Administrative Regulations 520 and 521: Student Behavior Expectations and Consequences AKA How to Be At Milestone

Document IDMDS-AR520/521TitleStudent Behavior Expectations and ConsequencesPrint Date
Revision(ongoing)Prepared ByVarious governing bodies of MDS – see belowDate PreparedSee below
Effective DateSee belowReviewed By See belowDate ReviewedSee below
Approved BySee belowDate ApprovedSee below

Referring Policies: 

Policy 112: Board of Directors Policy Development,  Adoption, Amendment, or Revision

Adoption of School Policy is the sole and exclusive responsibility of the Board. However, the School Plan as adopted by the Design Team shall be consulted as the originating source of all School Policy whenever possible. Further, all governing bodies of the School, including the Design Team, School Meeting, Community Engagement, and the TPP/EC, are strongly encouraged to develop and propose new policies, revisions to existing policies, and recommendations to eliminate existing policies, so long as those are not in contradiction of the School Plan, in order to ensure that the School meets their needs. Any such recommendation of policy change brought to the Board will be taken under consideration as part of the Oversight responsibility of the Board, and decisions to adopt, revise, or reject such proposals will be communicated clearly with the entire School community.

Operational Procedures and Administrative Regulations, which serve to make adopted Policies actionable, may be written and adopted by any governing body of the School and shall serve as binding obligations upon all members of the School community upon their adoption. The Board shall exercise their Oversight responsibility with all such adopted Procedures and Regulations, by reviewing them after adoption to ensure compliance with law, existing contracts, and the School’s worldview and values. Any violation of such compliance determined by the Board shall result in immediate suspension of the Procedure or Regulation, and communication by the Board to the governing body who adopted it to clearly indicate why the violation was determined and to indicate suggested revisions.

Policy 520: Student Behavior Expectations

The Board authorizes School Meeting, Community Engagement, the EC, and the Design Team to create and adopt Student Behavior Expectations consistent with the School Plan.

Policy 521: Student Behavior Consequences

The Board authorizes School Meeting, Community Engagement, the EC, and the Design Team to create and adopt Student Behavior Consequences consistent with the School Plan.

Rationale:

The Rights and Responsibilities of all members of the Milestone community are established by the School Plan. If you feel at any time that your rights are being violated, or that you are being prevented from living up to your responsibilities, bring your concern to the Board immediately.

As each governing body of Milestone creates and adopts guidelines and regulations pertinent to Student Behavior Expectations and Consequences, they shall be entered into this document as official and binding regulations upon the school community. Each entry shall record the author, reviewers, and adopting body, as well as tracking each subsequent revision.

Milestone Democratic School is a unique and innovative public charter school where students are provided many opportunities for learning based on their interests and ideas.  Students are allowed many freedoms within the school to create, explore, research, identify and grow interests.  Milestone places great emphasis on developing the whole student.

Students are given many freedoms and with freedom comes responsibility.  Students are expected to interact with others with respect and the dignity that all people deserve.  People are allowed to expect to be treated in a fair and dignified manner and also treat others in the same manner.  There are many opportunities for everyone at MDS to voice their opinions in a respectful way and allow others the same.  

Students at MDS are expected to treat others with respect and to conduct themselves in a manner that reflects and demonstrates the beliefs, philosophies and core values of the MDS.  Students are expected to refrain from conduct that violates these values including behavior that disrupts the learning process in the school and violates the standards of respect when interacting with others.  Students are expected to comply with the rules and guidelines in this school as they are designed to create and continue a functional, orderly and safe school environment for everyone. 

Adopted Guidelines & Regulations:

Laptops getting lost 

Revision1.1Prepared ByZeke, Lucius, TysonRevision by GIR StaffDate Prepared09/15/2110/11/21
Effective Date10/12/21Reviewed By School MeetingGIR StaffDate Reviewed09/22/2110/11/21
Approved BySchool MeetingGIR StaffDate Approved09/22/2110/11/21

We will make bar-codes on computers then to chek them out, the student that needs that laptop will scan the bar-code under the facilities manager’s supervison the student that checked out that laptop is responsable for it if that student lends that laptop to someone else the 1st student is responsible for it. You can only borrow a laptop over 1 NIGHT MAX.

When checking out a computer, students will need to request a computer from the staff member at the front desk.  Prior to taking a computer students will need to write down their name, number on the computer and charger if taking one.  

Students are responsible for the use and care of the computer and returning it prior to the end of their school day.  Students who do not check their computer back in will not be allowed to check out another computer until the original one has been returned.  Students are responsible for the computer they check out.  Any damage to or loss of the computer will be the responsibility of the student and could include the cost of repair and/or replacement.

Language

Revision2.0Prepared ByIassic, Azy, RowanRevision proposed by SeanDate Prepared09/15/21Revision 10/20/21
Effective Date10/20//21Reviewed By School MeetingDate Reviewed10/20/21
Approved BySchool MeetingDate Approved10/20/21

Theses are all bullying:

  • homophobia, 
  • Transphobia (knowingly or unknowingly saying something offensive to / about a trans person – discrimination based on perceived gender identity), 
  • racially biased or hurtful,
  •  Being sexist & misogynistic, 
  • overall biggoted (when you say something about someone because of “how they are” — negative connotations because of the way someone is, an aspect of you), 
  • Ableist
  • Saying slurs (racial, gendered/sexuality based, religious, ethnic, etc)
  • Blasphemy (Religiously hurtful) 
  • Saying hurtful or mean things, 
  • oppressive statements, 
  • classist statements
  • Nazi propaganda (overall white supremacy)

For example, 

  • “You aren’t -gender identity-, you are -insert gender-.” 
  • “Haha! You’re poor.”
  • “You’re obnoxious and r****ded.”
  • “This is a phase, you’re just confused”
  • “Your religion is wrong.” or “You’re going to Hell.”
  • “You’re nothing”
  • “You’re f*^#&#g disgusting!”
  • “f*g” or “-insert slur-”
  • “You’re not mentally ill, you’re just doing it for -insert thing-”
  • “Where do you get your clothes, a dumpster?”

Solutions:

  • By accident: it’s alright, just correct yourself/apologize
  • Have to educate yourself, for example if you say a slur, you have to watch a video on what it means and how it is hurtful and or oppressive.
  • Give a genuine apology and try differently
  • (if it is an example in an educative setting, give context warning, and only use to educate)

On purpose: 

  • 1-3 times: You have to have a genuine apology and do something about it to change.
  • 4+ times: (advisor chooses word count based on ability) Have to write about why what you said is wrong or incorrect, and how you can change your behaviour to better yourself.
  • Repeatedly, without care: Restorative justice, having a community meeting (with individual/s having done it, advisor/s, person/s affected, and whoever else the person/s or advisor/s would like there)

Beyond the bullying language described above, we also need to be very careful about discussions (in person and via chat, email, docs, or any other communication platforms) of sexual or excretory body parts and functions. We need to remember that there is a wide range of ages and developmental levels at our school, and also a wide array of experiences of trauma that can be easily triggered by even small jokes about sex and/or bodies. 

If you want to have a conversation about any of these things, please ask all people in earshot if they are comfortable with the topic and respect people’s wishes to opt out.

Open discussion of sexual assault, even with a content warning, is never acceptable in public discussions without clear content warnings and opportunities for people to opt-out.

If someone asks you not to make a joke about these things, or not to have a discussion about them that other people can hear, please respect their request. If you choose not to respect what is asked of you, you need to understand that you are actively causing harm to our community and will be asked to participate in restorative and transformative practices to appreciate and repair from that harm.

Drugs, tobacco, and alcohol

Referring policy:

Policy 510: Possession, Use, Sale, or Distribution of Drug, Tobacco, and E-Cigarettes

Excerpt of full policy:

(A) Milestone Democratic School students are prohibited from possessing, using, consuming, displaying, promoting, or selling any tobacco products, tobacco-related devices, imitation tobacco products, or lighters at any time on school property or at any off-campus, school sponsored event. The School prohibits the unlawful possession, use, distribution, manufacture or dispensing of illicit drugs (“controlled substances” as defined in Ch. 961, Wis. Stat.) and alcohol in accordance with s. UWS 18.09, Wis. Adm. Code, by students. The use or possession of alcoholic beverages is also prohibited on School premises, in accordance s. UWS 18.09, Wis. Adm. Code.

Revision1.0Prepared ByCruz, Ryan, KyenDate Prepared09/29/21
Effective Date10/12/21Reviewed By School MeetingGIR StaffDate Reviewed09/22/2110/11/21
Approved BySchool MeetingGIR StaffDate Approved09/22/2110/11/21

We expect people to not do illegal drugs or drugs that require a legal age or a prescription, smoke, or drink alcohol while on the premosis, or off the premises. For prescription medicine talk to Health & wellness coordinator.

If you are of the legal age to smoke you can smoke off of school grounds. If you do anything of the sort on school grounds, you will have to participate in a restorative justice circle and a call home, the second time you will have to participate in a restorative justice circle with your parents, the third time you will have to participate in weekly counselling for eight weeks, the fourth time you will have to participate in two weekly meeting with the counselor, for twelve weeks. The fifth time your parents will be contacted and will create the punishment.  For all questions about this process, see the Health & Wellness Coordinator. 

MDS is a drug, alcohol and tobacco free environment.  Possession and use of drugs and alcohol is a violation of the values of MDS and Local and State law.  Students are not to engage in any type of drug/alcohol and tobacco use or possession while in school, on school property or at any school-related function.  

If staff have a reasonable suspicion that a student or students are in possession of drugs and/or alcohol or under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol, staff will conduct an investigation.  Such an investigation could include a search of the student’s school bags or backpack or other areas where such items could be hidden.  Any type of refusal of a student to allow school personnel to conduct a reasonable search could result in a student’s family and guardians, or a trusted community partner with clear written agreements with the school,  being called in to assist with the situation, including removing the student from the school. It will be determined by school staff if the student will be suspended from school and the length of any suspension.  Prior to returning to school, the student, parents/guardians and school personnel will meet in order to discuss the circumstances and potential future consequences should this occur again.  

If it is believed that the student could have an issue with drugs and/or alcohol, the school personnel will work with the family in order to assist with getting the student professional help for any addiction-related issues.

Cleanup

Revision1.0Prepared ByGhost, Jojo, Grey, HelenaDate Prepared09/29/21
Effective Date09/29/21Reviewed By School MeetingDate Reviewed09/29/21
Approved BySchool MeetingDate Approved09/29/21

If you make a mess, you clean it. If you don’t do that, or ya keep making messes, you gotta stay after and clean it — staff will give you 5 minutes before the end of the school day or leave the mess for you for the next morning if you cannot stay after. If it’s a group, this applies to all of them. If we don’t know who made the mess & it’s small, whoever finds it can clean it up. If it’s a large mess & we don’t know who made it, we can follow the staff’s plan of having three people clean. Clorox wipes will be provided in each bathroom stall for use as needed — so long as they are not flushed down the toilet.

People Talking Over Each Other

Revision1.0Prepared ByEl, Ceilidh, Lichen, Tae, SageDate Prepared09/29/21
Effective Date09/29/21Reviewed By School MeetingDate Reviewed09/29/21
Approved BySchool MeetingDate Approved09/29/21

in what situations is it acceptable to talk over someone?

  • during a presentation? NO
  • an instruction? NO
  • a meeting? Depends on context
  • Argument? Yes
  • Conversation? Depends on context
  • Mediation? NO

solutions to distributive behavior:

notifying teachers or staff

call and response

talking piece 

ignoring interrupters statement (not scribing ideas until stated properly) 

last resort; private conversation from student to teacher

Pronoun respect

Revision1.0Prepared ByIsla, Iris, Azalea SteeleDate Prepared09/29/21
Effective Date09/29/21Reviewed By School MeetingDate Reviewed09/29/21
Approved BySchool MeetingDate Approved09/29/21

We propose that you should respect people’s pronouns. If you purposely do not do this, then you will need to say this person’s pronouns 10 times, alone. In addition to 10 times repeating, we can host a learning session with the Justice Coordinator about pronouns and gender (in 3 parts). This will help with remembering to use the correct pronouns. If you accidentally mess up then just try correcting yourself. It is pretty easy to tell if someone is purposely messing up or accidentally messing up, by their tone of voice or if they are mocking you. If they continue to do this purposely then further actions will be discussed. For example, someone could have a talk with the person about how important it is to respect people’s pronouns. If they still continue to refuse to respect the pronouns then talk to an advisor for further action

Bathroom usage (gendered)

Revision1.0Prepared ByAvery, Serenity, and AbramDate Prepared09/29/21
Effective Date09/29/21Reviewed By School MeetingDate Reviewed09/29/21
Approved BySchool MeetingDate Approved09/29/21

Anyone can use any bathroom.

Where will students be?

Revision2.0Prepared BySchool MeetingDate PreparedApril 6, 2022
Effective DateApril 8, 2022Reviewed By ECDate ReviewedApril 7, 2022
Approved ByConsensus of ECDate ApprovedApril 7, 2022

You are expected to begin each class hour in the Learning Experience on your PLP schedule.

You get 2 reminders if you walk out first 2 are warnings and then the 3rd one is having to call your parents/guardians to discuss with them. 

People can be out of the classroom. There should be a sensory room in the current conference room, with cameras, or a baby monitor at the front desk so there is supervision. Baby monitor has two way audio so person at front desk can speak to someone. 

If someone needs to sleep, or feels sick, they need to sign into the Health Room.

If someone needs physical activity, they can sign into the Fitness Room.

If the Conference Room is full, students can also request time in the Lobby, or the Kitchen (only if a staff member is present).

To leave, ask the adult or staff member in charge, like advisor, get them to write on a pass that u have permission, and the time they were given permission. It is a five minute minimum for a break, it could be all day, like if you are having a bad mental time, you could be in there all day. If someone is spending all their time repeatedly in there, restorative justice will be used, to see if they are okay and if they need help with anything.

When can I eat food?

Revision1.0Prepared ByBrad HornDate PreparedSept 20, 2021
Effective DateSept 21, 2021Reviewed By GIR Staff at MilestoneDate ReviewedSept 20, 2021
Approved ByConsensus of GIR Staff at MilestoneDate ApprovedSept 20, 2021

Eating food requires taking your mask off, so it will only happen at specific times and places.

8-9AM: outdoors (food will be placed outdoors)

9-11AM: if your entire advisory takes a snack break, you can eat in either the MakerSpace or outdoors (follow the instructions of your advisor)

Your lunch period: be aware that we will be assigning 3 students (on a rotating schedule) each day to do cleanup duty for the last five minutes of your lunch break.

2-2:15PM: we are making a fifteen minute break in your afternoon.  Be sure to eat then, in the Makerspace or outdoors, because you won’t be allowed to eat at other times.

What can we do in classrooms

Revision1.0Prepared ByBrad HornDate PreparedSept 20, 2021
Effective DateSept 21, 2021Reviewed By GIR Staff at MilestoneDate ReviewedSept 20, 2021
Approved ByConsensus of GIR Staff at MilestoneDate ApprovedSept 20, 2021

The following are allowed in the classroom:

  • Laughing
  • Learning
  • Cleaning
  • Sticking up for yourself or someone else
  • Having your mind blown
  • Drinking water (so long as you are quick about your sip)
  • Subverting the dominant paradigm
  • Questioning reality
  • Other things as directed by a teacher or Advisor

The following are prohibited in the classroom:

  • Eating
  • Touching others in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable or they don’t want
  • Interrupting the class, such as with disruptive or off-topic conversations
  • Use of slurs (the n-word, the  r-word, calling someone “stupid,” any language that denigrates or demeans someone based on their identity, etc.) or intentionally making someone feel unwelcome in our community
  • Using technology in a way that’s not approved by a teacher or staff member
  • Wearing headphones without permission
  • Damaging the property of the school or of others

Masking requirements and consequences

Revision1.1Prepared BySean AndersonDate PreparedOct 10, 2021
Effective Date10/12/21Reviewed By GIR StaffDate Reviewed10/11/21
Approved ByConsensus of GIR StaffDate Approved10/11/21

When can a student be sent home for a failure to follow masking requirements?

  • After 2 reminders to follow our mask requirements, which are described in our COVID plan, the student will be asked to step out and have a conversation with the Health/Wellness/Safety Coordinator (or another staff member designated for that role). The student will call home and explain to their guardian they are having issues with keeping their mask up and if it happens again they will need to be picked up.
  • After 3 reminders, the student will be asked to step out and have a conversation with the Health/Wellness/Safety Coordinator, who will call home and request the student be picked up.
    • If guardians are unresponsive or unable to pick them up, the student will be isolated in the Health Room with a book to read.
    • Once home, the student is expected to complete the school day remotely.  The student should return the next day to school and try again.
    • After 2 days per year of being sent home for mask noncompliance, students remain in remote learning until a meeting happens with students, guardians, and advisors and a mutually-acceptable solution/plan is reached.
      • Does the student need more time outdoors while taking a mask break staying six feet away from others?
      • Does the student need mask wearing breaks throughout  the day outdoors by the front lobby while an adult can observe them?
      • If mask breaks need to be added to a student’s PLP or schedule, the student still needs to remember to sign out and in.

 Physical and Verbal Aggression/Language

Revision1.0Prepared ByRick HammesDate Prepared10/10/21
Effective Date10/12/21Reviewed By GIR StaffDate Reviewed10/11/21
Approved ByConsensus of GIR StaffDate Approved10/11/21

Students are to refrain from verbal and physical aggression.  If students have a dispute, they are expected to resolve their differences in a manner that demonstrates respect and dignity.  There are supports within the school to help students resolve their differences. Students are encouraged to utilize this help rather than through physical and/or verbal aggression.  

Language is an important part of respect.  Engaging in profane language within the context of a conflict will not be tolerated.  Using profanity when interacting with others at school is considered degrading of others and violates the values of MDS.  It also disrupts learning, instruction and the flow of the school.  Students are expected to refrain from using profanity, yelling and screaming while at school.  Students who engage in such language will be asked to stop.  Continued use of loud, profane language could result in parent contacts;  parent, student and staff conference; removal from the school for a specified duration,  placed in a virtual school model.   

Acts of physical aggression will not be tolerated.  MDS provides opportunities for students to resolve their differences in ways consistent with the values of the school; maintaining respect and dignity for others.  Those students who choose to engage in physical aggression could be subject to being removed to an area of the school to calm down for a period of time; suspended in or out of school; depending on the severity and number of such incidents, the local authorities could be contacted for assistance.    Parents/guardians will be contacted and could be required to meet with school personnel and the student prior to the student being allowed to resume school at MDS.  Based on circumstances of any physical altercation, trained staff may intervene to stop the aggression.  

 Covid Masks

Revision1Prepared ByRick HammesDate Prepared10/10/21
Effective Date10/12/21Reviewed By GIR StaffDate Reviewed10/11/21
Approved ByConsensus of GIR StaffDate Approved10/11/21

As long as the Covid pandemic is a national and local concern and mask requirements are in place, everyone, staff, students and visitors, will be required to wear a mask. We will always follow local, state, and national guidance and regulations regarding masking. This is to reduce the spread of the virus and to keep students, staff and family members safe and virus free.  The mask must be properly worn and cover the mouth and nose.  The mask can be lowered when eating or drinking.  The mask mandate will be for both indoors and outdoors.  If masks are found to not be worn properly, they will be reminded to properly wear their mask.  Continued violations of the mask policy could result in  parents being contact and students not allowed at school until such time they agree to fully abide by the mask policy.  Those students who are sent home will be expected to participate in school virtually.

 Student Schedules and Classes

Revision1.0Prepared ByRick HammesDate Prepared10/10/21
Effective Date10/12/21Reviewed By GIR StaffDate Reviewed10/11/21
Approved ByGIR StaffDate Approved10/11/21

All students have a say in the type of class they would like to be involved in.  Students are able to make proposals for classes they would like to take in the future.  Students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity in order to develop their individual interests and learning plan.  

Every student has a school/class schedule and they are expected to follow it on a daily basis. Attending class is not considered optional as all students are expected to be in their scheduled class at the scheduled time.  Students are to ask permission and then sign out of class if they need to leave the room.  Students are not allowed to just leave a class and roam the school.  When in class, students are expected to follow along with the class and be engaged in the learning activity. 

There will be sign out sheets in each room that students use, and any time someone needs to leave the room they are assigned to be in based on their PLP, they will sign out (using permanent ink) with their name, where they are going, and what time they leave. When they return to their assigned room, they sign back in with the time they return. There will also be space for notes. At the end of each day, the Director of Operations will collect all sign out sheets, and keep them for at least one week. 

Students who choose to not comply with their class schedule or just leave the room will be directed to return to the classroom.  In the event a student refuses, staff personnel will inquire about the reason and either allow for some time for the student to sit in a quiet area by themselves or be directed to return to class.  If the student refuses to comply, a call will be made to the student’s parents/guardians informing them of the situation.  If the refusal continues, parents/guardians may be contacted again and asked to pick up their student for the day.  

Prior to the student returning to school and classes, a meeting will be held with the student, parents and school personnel to discuss the issue and develop an action plan for the student.  

 Bullying and Harassment

Referring Policy:

Policy 502: Bullying

Revision1.0Prepared ByRick HammesDate Prepared10/10/21
Effective Date10/12/21Reviewed By GIR StaffDate Reviewed10/11/21
Approved ByGIR StaffDate Approved10/11/21

Bullying and harassment can be defined as the deliberate or intentional behavior using words or actions, intended to cause fear, intimidation or harm. Examples of bullying behavior, although not exhaustive, include: Physical Assault, hitting, punching, kicking, theft, threatening behavior Verbal Threatening or intimidating language, teasing or name-calling, racist remarks Indirect Gossiping, spreading rumors, social isolation, intimidation through gestures, sending insulting electronic messages.

MDS is a school that has as one of its core values the respect and dignity of others and treating others accordingly.  Students are expected to behave and engage with other students in this manner.  Bullying and/or harassment will not be tolerated at MDS.  Students who engage in such behavior will be talked to by school personnel and expected to stop all such behavior.  If the behavior continues, parents/guardians will be contacted and informed of the situation.  Continued bullying/harassment could result in the student being isolated from activities, removed from school for a time, and participating in school via virtual instruction.  In the event a student is removed from school for a period of time due to continued bullying and harassment, a meeting with the student, parents/guardian, and school personnel will take place prior to the student being allowed to return to school.  

Technology and Cell Phones 

Revision1.0Prepared ByRick HammesDate Prepared10/10/21
Effective Date10/12/21Reviewed By GIR StaffDate Reviewed10/11/21
Approved ByConsensus of GIR StaffDate Approved10/11/21

Technology is an important component in learning and instruction.  MDS strives to ensure all students have access to technology to enhance their educational opportunities and experience.  It is one of the goals of MDS to provide enough laptop computers for each student.  

Students using cell phones at school can become a problem especially when students are using their phones when they should be participating in class.  Such phone use can be a major disruption for students and staff.  Students are to be focused on instruction rather than their phones.  

Students are allowed to use their cell phones only before and after school, during lunch and break times, and when the teacher gives permission.  Cell phone use at any other time is not allowed.  Cell phones are to be turned off during instruction time.  If a student believes they need to use their phone, they must obtain the permission of the advisor/teacher.  

Students using their phones without permission will receive a verbal request to put the phone away.  Continued use of the phone could result in  parents/guardians being contacted, the phone taken away until either the end of the class or the end of the day.  Continued violations of cell phone use could result in a meeting with school staff, parents/guardians, and the student in order to develop an action plan to address and correct the issue.  Continued violations of cell phone use could result in the student not allowed to have a phone at school, student being sent home, student participating in virtual learning.  

 Lunch Period

Revision1.0Prepared ByRick HammesDate Prepared10/10/21
Effective Date10/12/21Reviewed By GIR StaffDate Reviewed10/11/21
Approved ByGIR StaffDate Approved10/11/21

MDS has two lunch periods. First lunch is from 11:00-11:30 and the second lunch is from 11:30-12:00.  Each student has their lunch time as part of their school schedule and is expected to follow it.  Students are to eat their lunch in the maker space room or outside.  If students do not have a lunch, the school does have some food available when needed.  Students are to remain either outside or in the maker space room during their lunch time.  Students are not allowed to roam the school during their lunch time.  With permission, students may sit in the lobby during their lunch time but are not allowed to eat in the lobby.  Students are not allowed in the kitchen without permission.  When students are finished with their lunch and before the end of their lunch period, they are expected to clean up any messes they may have made.  If someone makes a mess, that person is responsible for cleaning it up.

At the end of the first lunch period, those students who had lunch go to either physical activities outside or music in the auditorium.  Those students who had physical activity or music from 11:00-11:30 are to go to the maker space room or outside for their lunch.

MDS has a closed campus meaning students are not allowed to leave the school or its property during the school day including during the lunch periods.  Students are required to stay out of the parking lot during the school day including lunch periods.  Students who drive to school are not allowed to go to their cars during the school day including the lunch periods.  If a student needed to retrieve something from their car during the day including lunch periods, they must first obtain permission from a staff person.

Signed Agreement of Student Expectations

Revision1.0Prepared ByRick HammesDate Prepared11/10/21
Effective Date11/12/21Reviewed By GIR StaffDate Reviewed11/12/21
Approved ByGIR StaffDate Approved11/12/21

All students will be required to review the following summary of our expectations, to have it signed by a guardian, and to return it to be kept on file for the school year:

Student Expectations 2

Last updated bySean Anderson on July 11, 2022
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