Student Responsibilities

It is impossible to list all specific student responsibilities, but it is important for students to do their best to behave in a responsible manner at all times in order to achieve school success and avoid negative consequences.

  • 1.  It is your responsibility to:
    • arrive at school and class on time.
    • inform and obtain parent’s permission before being absent.
    • ask permission before leaving class.
    • receive permission before leaving the school campus.
  • 2.  It is your responsibility to:
    • be prepared for class with appropriate materials.
    • participate in class activities.
    • follow classroom procedures.
    • complete assignments, including assigned homework.
    • have pride in one’s work, and the work of others.
    • progress to the best of your ability toward promotion and/or graduation requirements.
  • 3. It is your responsibility to:
    • demonstrate cooperation and responsible behavior in the classroom and at school activities.
    • show respect for staff members, teachers, adult supervisors, classified employees, guest speakers, substitute teachers, and other students.
    • learn and follow the guiding principles and behavior expectations prescribed in the Student and Family Handbook.
    • use respectful  communication to resolve conflicts.
    • respect the property of others.
    • be honest.
    • use respectful language.
    • show concern for the welfare of the school and student body.
    • have respect for the differences of others.
    • avoid the use of rude, defiant, disrespectful words or gestures, or profane/vulgar language.
    • Avoid the use of hate-motivated speech or behaviors and words that are discriminatory, including negative words about another student’s race, ethnicity, culture, heritage, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, physical/mental attributes or religious beliefs or practices
  • 4.  It is your responsibility to:
    • keep the campus clean and free from litter.
    • keep the restrooms clean.
    • keep the walls of your campus free from graffiti.
    • keep all equipment, lockers, desks, and books free from being defaced or damaged.
    • help keep the campus safe by reporting outsiders who should not be on campus.
    • use school property only when permission is granted, and use it properly.
    • follow check-out procedures for school equipment.
    • return school equipment promptly and in good condition.
  • 5.  It is your responsibility to:
    • take home all information sheets and printed material intended to be given to your family.
    • return to school all requested forms.
    • ask visitors to report to the school office.
    • dress and groom appropriately.
    • give true identification when asked.