• Behavior Expectations

    Behavior expectations apply to students wherever they are, on any district property and at any school-sponsored activity regardless of location, including traveling to and from school.  The major objectives of these expectations are to help students develop self-discipline and to teach the following fundamental concepts of living:

    ·             Respect for the rights, dignity and safety of all individuals within the school and community.

    ·             Respect for law and observance of district policies, procedures and local school regulations.

    ·             Respect for public and private property rights.

    Acceptance of personal responsibility for one’s actions in the school community.