Offenses and Consequences

 

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Aya of the Week

He frowned and turned away (1) Because the blind man came unto him. (2) What could inform thee but that he might grow (in grace) (3) Or take heed and so the reminder might avail him? (4) As for him who thinketh himself independent, (5) Unto him thou payest regard. (6) Yet it is not thy concern if he grow not (in grace). (7) But as for him who cometh unto thee with earnest purpose (8) And hath fear, (9) From him thou art distracted. (10) Nay, but verily it is an Admonishment, (11) So let whosoever will pay heed to it, (12) On honoured leaves (13) Exalted, purified, (14) (Set down) by scribes (15) Noble and righteous. (16)

Minor Offenses
Violation of general school and/or class rules.
Horseplay on school grounds or being in an unassigned area without a pass
Tardies
Harassment
Consequences Warning, student conference,
Recess or after school detention,
Notice sent home, and/or
Possible parent conference
Major Offenses
Repeated minor offenses
Profanity or vulgarity
Consequences Referral to office, detention, parent
conferences, and/or suspension.
Severe Offenses
Repeated major offenses
Defiance
Fighting
Habitual profanity or vulgarity
Severe defacing or destruction of school property (including school textbooks)
Bringing a controlled substance, cigarettes or weapon on campus
Repeated Harassment
Consequences Referral to office, restitution for damage, suspension and/or expulsion.
The following are also considered serious violations and will result in immediate disciplinary actions, which may result in suspension or expulsion:
Failure to respect authority of adults
Besides fighting, any action that is gravely detrimental to the physical and Spiritual welfare of other pupils
Theft
Lying
Continued willful disobedience
Non-Negotiable Action
Vandalism and Damage: Any damage to the school building or its contents and equipment through recklessness or carelessness will result in fines sufficient to cover the cost of replacement, including labor. The student will be subject to disciplinary action.
Stealing: Stealing is unacceptable. Stealing another person's property or school equipment will result in a disciplinary action. Items that are found should be turned in immediately to the Lost and Found.
Cheating: Cheating in any form, including plagiarism or allowing one’s work to be used, will be considered a serious offense. When a student is cheating, the following steps will be taken: 1) the student will be sanctioned, 2) the student’s parents will be notified.
Disrespect: Any action of disrespect or defiance towards a faculty or staff member is unacceptable. Students who talk back to faculty members, ignore directives, or threaten faculty members will receive disciplinary action.
Harassment, teasing, or other forms of disrespect of peers will be dealt with in a similar way. Students who witness such behavior should report it to a faculty member.
Fighting: Students who are involved in fights in any way will receive disciplinary action(s), including possible suspension. Repeated violations could result in expulsion procedures.
A suspension from school for one or more days (or expulsion) may be administered immediately at the discretion of the Principal. During a suspension, the student should be supervised and counseled by the parents about responsibility to improve behavior.
Students who follow the school-wide and classroom rules will be rewarded. Students who do not follow rules will receive the appropriate consequences as outlined above.