• Spartan Behaviors

    These deeds increase student achievement and establish a positive learning environment.

    •          Being self-responsible
    •          Cooperating with others
    •          Returning equipment
    •          Helping others
    •          Acting as a role model

    Minor Behavior Violations

    These actions do not require administrative involvement, do not significantly violate the rights of others, do not put others at risk or harm, or are not chronic, and are managed by using the Five Step Plan.  (This is only a partial list of inappropriate behaviors.)

    •          Minor inappropriate language
    •          Unprepared for instruction
    •          Insubordination
    •          Disruptive
    •          Late to class
    •          Inappropriate use of electronics, gum, hats, etc.

     

    The Five Step Plan for managing insubordination, class disruption, failure to follow directions and/or to cooperate with reasonable requests: 

                   

    1st Offense

    Student warned/redirected

    Conference with Teacher

    2nd Offense

    Student warned/redirected

    Parent contact by teacher

    3rd Offense

    Detention served at lunch or after school in Room 201

    Parent contacted by teacher

    4th Offense

    Detention served at lunch or after school in Room 201

    Student, parent, teacher, counselor conference

    5th Offense

    Referral to Administration

    Parent conference required

     

    Major Behavior Violations

    These behaviors require administrative involvement, significantly violate the rights of others, put others at risk or harm, or are chronic.  Possible consequences include restorative justice, detention, in-school-suspension, Saturday School, out-of-school-suspension, or expulsion.

    •          Profanity, verbal harassment
    •          Physical aggression, harassment
    •          Stealing
    •          Habitual minor violations
    •          Drug or alcohol violations