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  • Stoughton VikingsActivities Code of Conduct Meeting
    Mel Dow – Athletic/Activities Director Amy LeMoine – Admin. Assistant
    Shelley Anderson – Asst. AD Bob Empey – Asst. AD
  • Why be a
    VIKING?
    “Striving for a standard that sets us ahead”
    WE ARESTOUGHTON
  • Benefits of SHSExtra/Co-Curricular Activities
    Activities support the academic mission of schools. They are not a diversion but rather an extension of a good educational program.
  • Students who participate in activity programs tend to have:
    Higher GPA
    Better attendance records
    Lower dropout rates
    Fewer discipline problems
  • If Extra/Co-Curricular Activities do all that….
    Our goal at Stoughton High School is to have:
    100%
    of all our students involved in an
    Activity…
    Group…
    Team…
    Club…
    Organization…
  • Where can you get involved?
    Art Club Book club
    Chamber Strings Ensemble Chorale
    Class Officers Computers
    Concert Band Concert Choir
    Divine Fine Arts Weekend
    Forensics Freshmen Madrigals
    Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) German Club
    GLBA History Club
    Homecoming Jazz Ensemble
    JazzKor Knowledge Master
    Link Crew Literary Magazine
    Madrigal Singers Marching Band
    Math Team National Honor Society
    Norse Star Newspaper Norwegian Dancers
    Roe Wetland Site Science Club
    Science Team Spanish Club
    Spanish National Honor Society Stoughton FFA Chapter
    String Choir Student Council
    Symphonic Band Symphony Orchestra
    TAG Theater
    Trees for Tomorrow Viking Singers
    Yearbook Athletics
  • Code of Conduct
  • Extracurricular (Athletics/Activities) Code Page 1
  • Extracurricular ExpectationsPage 2
  • Attendance RulesPage 2
  • Scholarship RequirementsPage 3
  • Citizenship RequirementsPage 4
  • Health, Safety and BehaviorPage 5
  • Violation Suspension ChartPage 7
  • Reporting Violations 4
    State Felony 9
    Review Board 9
    Practice 9
    Travel & Conduct 9
    Equipment and Care 10
    Athletic Injuries 12
    Athletic Awards 13
    Voluntary Statement 15
    Appeal Procedure 16
    Code of Conduct Summary 18
    Alternative Transportation 19 & 20
    Additional Information
  • Attendance
    Must attend the WHOLEday to be eligible to participate.
    Self Referral
    Must be within 72 Hours &
    BEFORE another source of report
    Misconceptions
  • Bottom Line:
    Representing Stoughton and your Family is a privilege.
    We expect you to not only follow, but teach others the laws & rules of society.
    If there is a violation, policy will be followed in a timely manner and all involved will be treated with dignity and respect, so an educational lesson will result.
    Parents, help us keep your students actively involved.
    Students, help make your parents and Stoughton proud of you.
  • Step 1 Student & Coach/Advisor
    Step 2 Parent (Student) & Coach/Advisor
    Step 3 Student & Activities Director
    Step 4 Parent (Student) & Activities Director
    Step 5 Parent (Student) & Principal
    Step 6 Parent (Student) & Superintendent
    Step 7 Parent (Student) & School Board
    Chain of Communication
  • -Office will be in Room 126
    -Online Paper Work
    Changes in Athletic/Activity Department
  • Athletic/Activity Office will be in Room 126
  • Online Paper Workwww.stoughton.k12.wi.us
    Student Life > SHS Student Activities
  • Hazing and Harassment
    NO TOLERANCE & POTENTIAL
    FOR CRIMINAL CHARGES
    Defined as:
    embarrassing, humiliating or degrading
    silliness to cruelty
    dangerous, violent or sexually charged
    substance abuse
    potentially life threatening
  • WE ARESTOUGHTON
    “Striving for a standard that sets us ahead”
  • Parent & Student Pledge Sheet
    Please download the following Parent & Student Pledge Sheet, sign and return to your advisor.