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  • Student Conduct Expectations and Rules Wildwood Park Elementary *All information contained in this presentation comes directly from the Puyallup School District Elementary School Rights and Responsibilities Handbook . Some information may have been revised or paraphrased.
  • Rules and expectations are important and necessary!
  • Levels of Behavior and Consequences
    • Level 1 - Yellow slides – offenses resulting in classroom and/or school discipline
    • Level 2 - Orange slides - offenses which may result in suspension or expulsion
    • Level 3 - Red slides – offenses which are EXCEPTIONAL and may result in suspension or expulsion regardless of whether or not it was a first time offense
  • Failure to Comply with Bus Regulations
    • All school rules and regulations apply to conduct on a school bus.
    • Misconduct may result in removal of bus riding privileges as well as other forms of corrective action appropriate to the situation.
  • Food or Beverages
    • Gum chewing is not allowed at school.
  • Misconduct and General Misbehavior
    • Students are expected to behave in a manner that is conducive to a learning environment.
    • Behavior that is detrimental to obtaining a positive learning environment is prohibited.
    • Failure to behave accordingly may result in the student being denied participation in school activities such as field trips, assemblies, or other school events.
    • The following offenses may result in an in-school or out-of-school suspension.
    • Classroom disciplinary actions may be imposed in addition to a suspension, depending on the offense.
  • Dress and Appearance
    • Students are to come to school well-groomed and appropriately dressed.
    • Dress/appearance must not present health or safety problems, nor be vulgar, offensive, or cause disruption.
    • Clothing styles must not create conflict or be intimidating.
  • Dress and Appearance
    • Clothing that is degrading, harassing, hostile, intimidating, offensive, or discriminatory is also prohibited.
    • Teachers, in consultation with school administrators, may restrict appearance and attire, including footwear, with special consideration for safety and health issues.
  • Dress and Appearance
    • No clothing with words, depictions or themes related to alcohol, tobacco, or drug use, gang affiliations.
    • No sexually oriented text, themes, or depictions.
    • Except for t-shirts, all undergarments must be covered at all times.
  • Dress and Appearance
    • Pants are not to be sagging.
    • Skirts and shorts must not be any higher than the middle of the thigh.
    • Blouses, shirts, and tops must not expose the waist, hips, midriff, or shoulders.
    • No tube, tank, one-shouldered, low-cut, halter, spaghetti strap, see-through, or bare-back tops.
  • Dress and Appearance
    • No jewelry that presents safety hazards, such as safety pins, chains, etc.
    • No hats or head covering may be worn in the building during school hours.
    • All students must wear shoes. Sandals with heel straps are permitted. No flip-flops (see fitness attire section.)
    • The following behaviors are classified as E xceptional Misconduct and allow for short-term and long-term suspensions regardless of a student’s past disciplinary record.
    • Classroom disciplinary actions may also be imposed, depending on incident.
  • Aggressive or Reckless Behavior
    • Any action that poses a risk of harm to others or property.
    • This includes horseplay.
  • Disruption of the Educational Process
    • Students must comply with reasonable instructions of District personnel.
    • Any conduct that interferes or threatens to interfere with the educational process is prohibited.
    • Students creating disturbances may be guilty of a misdemeanor (RCW 28.635.030).
    • This includes multiple offenses of less serious nature or single major offenses.
  • Firearms and Dangerous Weapons
    • State law prohibits any person to carry on to school premises, school transportation, or other school facilities the following:
            • Any firearm
            • Any dangerous instrument or weapon
            • Any air gun
            • Any stunning or shocking devices
            • Any object that looks like a weapon
  • Harassment, Bullying, or Intimidation
    • Students may not engage in racial, sexual, or other forms of harassment, intimidation, or bullying of students or others.
    • Actions that tend to create, or would create, if uncorrected, a hostile, offensive, or abusive work or learning environments are prohibited.
  • Insubordination
    • Willful disobedience of the reasonable requests of any staff member is prohibited.
    • Students must identify themselves to all staff members. Failure to do so will be considered insubordinate and a threat to school security.
  • Technological Devices
    • Students may not bring any computer applications, including games, or any computer hardware to school for any reason.
    • District computers cannot be altered in any way by a student.
    • Using cell phones, cameras, or similar devices that might invade the privacy or rights of others is a violation of school rules.
  • Let’s each take personal responsibility by pledging to keep our school a safe, respectful, and desirable place for everyone!