Student Responsibility


STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY

 

School Property
         Students are expected to respect property of other students, staff, and personnel.  No student is to borrow or use another person’s property or enter another person’s desk or locker without permission.
         Students are expected to respect school property, including the building, furnishings, grounds, equipment, and textbooks.  Misuse, damage, or loss caused by a student is subject to fine or replacement.
         The student is responsible for his own personal property and is expected to take care of his belongings.  The school takes no responsibility for the loss or damage of personal property.
         Students are responsible for their conduct while in attendance at any school sponsored functions.  Students who are on school grounds or in attendance at any school sponsored function at any place, day or night, are subject to all regulations of the school and will be governed accordingly.
Alcohol/Drugs
         It is prohibited for any student to sell, display for sale, provide to another for use, or to possess with intent to sell, deliver, distribute, display for sale, or provide to another for use any controlled substance or drug related object while under the jurisdiction of the school.  Any student who violates this regulation may be dismissed from school.
         It is prohibited for any student to sell, display for sale, provide to another for use, or to possess with intent to sell, deliver, distribute, display for sale, or provide to another for use any alcoholic beverage while under the jurisdiction of the school.  Possession of any type of tobacco is not allowed.
Conduct Standards
         To maintain the school’s atmosphere of learning, the following basic principles need to be understood and adhered to:

  1. Students should be encouraged to think of others first and practice the principles of Christian morals, ethics, and fair play.  Courtesy and respect should be in the forefront.  Fighting or using inappropriate language will result in suspension.
  2. The principles of healthful living as taught by the Seventh-Day Adventist church will be upheld throughout the school day.  Parents/guardians should send wholesome, balanced school lunches.  Please limit sweets and junk foods in your student’s lunch.  No caffeinated drinks, nor unclean meats (see Leviticus 11) are allowed.
  3. Students should leave their electronic equipment at home.

Weapons
         Weapons of any kind are not allowed on campus.  Any student who violates this rule may be suspended or expelled.