The district is committed to providing an orderly, respectful environment that is conducive to learning. To create and maintain this kind of an environment, it is necessary to establish rules for public conduct on school property and at school functions. Such rules, as well as consequences for violation of such rules, are contained in this code.
Spectator and audience conduct at school events
Throughout the course of a school year there are many occasions when parents and other interested citizens attend presentations, activities, and athletic contests. Consistent with District philosophy, policy, and Code of Conduct all members of an audience of a school sponsored event are expected to demonstrate appropriate conduct. Accordingly, they must conduct themselves in a manner that encourages a positive and enjoyable experience for all. They are to treat all those in attendance (students, staff, players, coaches, officials, performers, and other members of the audience) with respect. They may not verbally or physically abuse any individual, use profanity, or use tobacco, alcohol, or illegal substances.
Should anyone in attendance at a school sponsored event violate these behavioral expectations, the individual will be subject to disciplinary action, from a warning, to removal from the activity itself, or to permanent prohibition from attendance at school District activities. An administrator, teacher, or coach in attendance at a school District event has the authority to assess the conduct of spectators and members of the audience and to intervene, and, if the spectator or member of the audience refuses to comply with direction or becomes unruly, to seek assistance from police.