Code of Conduct Article III: Student Conduct, Section A

A. Student Rights and Responsibilities

All students have the right to:

  1. An education that offers opportunity for inquiry and development to their fullest potential
  2. Constructive discipline for the development of good character, conduct, and habits
  3. Security in the school community against influences detrimental to proper development
  4. An educational climate where the well-being of students is of primary concern
  5. An educational staff that exhibits a positive role model
  6. The opportunity to develop and express opinions, beliefs and values, provided such expression is not disruptive, slanderous or insubordinate
  7. Wholesome extracurricular activities
  8. Health and psychological services to assist in physical, mental and social development
  9. An appropriate education and/or remediation to serve special needs
  10. Consideration as an individual within the educational environment
  11. The opportunity to approach teachers and administrators with reasonable requests and questions concerning education
  12. Be free from bullying, discrimination, harassment and retaliation on school property or school functions including but not limited to the educational program, activities, or admission policies of their school. Such conduct shall include, but is not limited to, threats, intimidation or abuse based on a person’s actual or perceived race including natural hair and hairstyle, color, weight, national origin, ethnic origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practices, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender (including gender identity and expression) or any other legally protected status

All students have the responsibility to:

  1. Work toward personal growth
  2. Be honest with themselves and others
  3. Show respect for fellow students, teachers, and all school District staff
  4. Perform all assignments to the best of their ability
  5. Consider their education as preparation for the future
  6. Obey all school rules and regulations
  7. Respect public, private, and school property
  8. Attend school regularly and punctually
  9. Develop high moral standards and the courage to live by them
  10. Strive for mutually respectful relationships and comply with reasonable requests of teachers, administrators, and other District staff
  11. Inform an adult in the school about any threat to safety within the school environment
  12. Take full advantage of educational opportunities available at school
  13. Learn and practice civic responsibility