Major Disturbances, Misconduct and Safety Violations Include, but are not limited to:

  1. MAJOR INSUBORDINATION
    See “Serious Violations” for the definition of insubordination. The determination of minor or major insubordination will be made by the Assistant Principal.
  2. MAJOR INAPPROPRIATE LANGUAGE
    Inappropriate, abusive, or foul language is never allowed. Any language of this sort, including written communication and any inappropriate gesture, severe in nature will be considered major misconduct. Determination will be at the discretion of the Administration.
  3. DISORDERLY CONDUCT; DISRUPTING THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
    Rules and guidelines are intended to encourage responsible student behavior and provide an environment conducive to learning.  Inappropriate or disruptive behavior that interferes with the teaching process or the learning of others will not be tolerated.  Determination will be at the discretion of the administration.
  4. CAFETERIA VIOLATIONS/THROWING FOOD
    Cafeteria violations include but are not limited to: failing to dispense of trash properly, throwing food, organizing a food fight, and instigating a food fight.   
  5. CONTINUED DEFIANCE OF SCHOOL RULES
    Continued defiance of school rules and regulations will not be tolerated.
  6. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH HEALTH SERVICES POLICY
    Including, but not limited to, any student in possession of prescription medication (including their own) or over the counter medication without permission from the school nurse.
  7. THEFT, EXTORTION, OR VANDALISM
    Theft or vandalism to school property, lockers, the property of school personnel, or the property of other students is forbidden.  Students who obtain control over stolen property knowing the property to have been stolen or under such circumstances as would reasonably induce him/her to believe the property was stolen is also considered theft. Forced entry into containers, vehicles, classrooms or other locked areas of the school are also considered major misconduct. Restitution (Board Policy 7:170) and possible referral to the police will result from these infractions.