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Blvd Quincy, Florida Main: or Fax: www. In order for the Gden County School District to perform effectively, it must operate within a system of rules.
These rules are written in the Code of Student Conduct to ensure a safe learning environment for the students who attend our schools. We know that there are many factors that contribute to discipline problems in a school; consequently, schools have the responsibility to encourage, promote, and maintain effective disciplinary practices. The contents of this document apply to all students in grades Pre-kunless otherwise stated. The information contained in the Code of Student Conduct is written specifically to ensure that each student associated with school activities has positive experiences in a safe learning environment.
This document will explain the rules of the Gden County School District, student rights and student responsibilities, disciplinary actions, and the disposition of school records. While this document does not contain the exact Florida Statutes referenced herein, a copy of those statutes can be obtained from the district office at 35 Martin Luther King, Jr. The administrators and school personnel will continue to promote and maintain the kind of leadership that will foster a healthy dose of intervention, prevention, and the encouragement to discontinue those behaviors that are not acceptable to a safe learning environment.
As we continue to find ways to make all of our schools safer, we realize that consequences for inappropriate behavior must be fair, consistent, and comply with policies as conflicts are resolved and undesirable behavior is modified. Please read and thoroughly discuss this document with your.
Help us maintain the safe school status which we all desire throughout our district. We want to ensure Lady seeking real sex FL Quincy 32351 each student will have positive experiences in a safe, nurturing learning environment. No person shall, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, age, or marital status, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under, any education program or activity.
This practice shall apply equally to students, employees and all persons having business with the School Board. The pledge of allegiance to the flag shall be recited at the beginning of the day in each public elementary, middle and high school in the Gden County School District. Upon written request by his or her parent, a student shall be excused from reciting the pledge, including standing and placing the right hand over his or her heart. When the pledge is given, unexcused students must show full respect to the flag by standing at attention, men removing headdress, except when such headdress is worn for religious purposes.
It is the intent of the Students' Rights and Responsibilities, as expressed in the Code of Student Conduct that students understand that their rights must be accompanied by corresponding responsibilities. Florida's School Improvement and ability System states that all school communities will provide an environment that is alcohol and drug-free and protects students' health, safety, and civil rights.
Regular attendance is the actual attendance of a pupil during the school day as defined by law and regulations of the state board. The school attendance law was amended by the Florida Legislature to require that any sixteen or seventeen year old student withdrawing from school must file a formal declaration of intent to terminate school enrollment with the district school board.
School-based interventions will occur for all truant students. The educational program offered by this District is predicated upon the presence of the student and requires continuity of instruction and classroom participation. Attendance shall be required of all students enrolled in the schools during the days and hours that the school is in session. School attendance shall be the responsibility of parents and students. Absences shall be reported to the school attendance office by the parent or adult student as soon as practicable. In accordance with statute, the Superintendent shall require, from the parent of each student of compulsory school age or from an adult student who has been absent from school or from class for any reason, a statement of the cause for such absence.
The School Board reserves the right to verify such statements and to investigate the cause of each single absence.
In addition, educators shall have the responsibility of encouraging regular attendance of students, maintaining accurate attendance records, and following reporting procedures prescribed by the Superintendent. Provision shall be made for promoting school attendance through adjustment of personal problems, education of parents, and enforcement of the compulsory attendance laws and related child-welfare legislation.
Failure to report and explain the absence s shall result in unexcused absence s. The final authority for determining. The Board requires that the following school-based intervention procedures be adhered to for truant students:.
NOTE: Student study team is to convene when a student misses five 5 unexcused absences within thirty 30 calendar days, or when a student misses ten 10 days within ninety 90 calendar days. After ten 10 days of unexcused absences within a ninety 90 day period, the student is referred to the visiting teacher. After fifteen 15 unexcused absences within a ninety 90 day period, the student is considered "habitually truant," pursuant to F. The Florida Legislature enacted requirements that school districts report to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles DHSMV the names, birthdates, sex, and social security s of minors who attain the age of fourteen 14 and accumulate fifteen 15 unexcused absences in a period of ninety 90 calendar days.
The legislation further provides that those minors under age eighteen 18 who thus fail to satisfy attendance requirements or drop out of voluntarily withdraw from school will be ineligible for driving privilege. Additional information about procedures and waivers is available from the school administration or guidance office. Chronic truancy or deliberate nonattendance in excess of fifteen 15 school days within a semester shall be sufficient grounds for withdrawal of students sixteen 16 years of age or older, who are subject to compulsory school attendance under F.
The student shall have a reasonable amount of time, up to ten 10 school days, to complete make- up work for excused absences. Principals may grant extensions to the make-up time limit for extenuating circumstances. Regarding make-up of the work missed as a result of unexcused absences, each principal shall establish site-specific policies that encourage both regular attendance and high academic achievement, and shall review and modify these policies from time-to-time as required to maintain and improve their effectiveness. Personal illness of the student medical evidence may be required by the principal or deee for absences exceeding five 5 consecutive days.
Insurmountable problems. Prior permission by principal or deee is required except in the case of an emergency. ificant community events with prior permission of the principal. When more than one 1 school is.
Pursuant to State law, unexcused tardiness or absences shall not be grounds for suspension from school, but may result in other disciplinary consequences, such as detention or placement in existing alternative programs. Any student who fails to attend any regularly scheduled class and has no excuse for absence should be referred to the appropriate administrator. Disciplinary action should include notification to parents or guardians. Students may not be given excused absences to remain out of school for the purpose of working, unless the job is an integral part of the student's instructional program.
Students are recognized as individuals. Their rights include a safe, healthy, and drug-free environment. Students should treat others, school property, and property of others with respect.
Respectful behavior includes, but is not limited to, following school, classroom, and bus rules. Unacceptable behavior includes, but is not limited to, fighting, stealing, destroying property, and violating school rules. A student not respecting the right and property of others may be subject to disciplinary action allowed by School Board policy. Disciplinary action may range from counseling to expulsion. Students have a right to be in an environment conducive to learning and will have appropriate educational programs. Students should come to school prepared to take advantage of all educational opportunities offered.
Students should inform school personnel if they have a problem at home or at school that keeps them from doing their best. Students will participate in educational opportunities and complete classroom asments and homework to the best of their abilities. Students who fail to comply with the above stated rule may hinder their educational progress and be subject to other disciplinary procedures allowed by the local school-wide discipline plan.
Students may meet in an orderly manner on the school grounds or building s if proper authorization has been granted. Regulations: 34 CFR Part Students and their storage area, under the jurisdiction of the School Board, may be searched in cases of reasonable suspicion. Strip searching is prohibited. The use of metal detectors or specially trained animals is permissible.
Prohibited items will be confiscated by school personnel and the students will be subject to disciplinary actions allowed by School Board policy. All students will be a part of classroom instruction and other school activities for which they are qualified, without regards to their race, sex, religion, national origin, age, marital status, disability, or perceived disability. Students should do their best in school or while participating in school activities.
They should also be aware of the rights and responsibilities of others so as to make the school the best place of learning possible. Students who violate the above stated rule may be subject to disciplinary actions allowed by School Board policy. Students have a responsibility to wear clothes that are not dangerous to their health or safety and to dress in a manner that is not disrupting to the educational process.
Student will dress and groom in such a way as to express personal preferences within the guidelines of the school dress code. Students are prohibited from wearing bandannas, dropped pants, low riding jeans, and shorts revealing the buttocks or underwear, short tops revealing the belly button, and inappropriate short dresses, shorts, or skirts. Middle and high school students are required to have shirts tucked in and pants are to be worn with a belt.
In order to promote safety, personal hygiene, academic well-being and moral and character development, students shall be expected to comply with reasonable requirements relating to dress, grooming and personal appearance as follows: 1 All students in elementary or middle school shall wear a school uniform while in attendance during the regular school Lady seeking real sex FL Quincy 32351 and on school sponsored field trips.
T-shirts may be worn at the discretion of the individual school. Shirts must be tucked into pants. No sweat pants, overalls, or jeans will be allowed. No sagging of pants will be allowed. At the beginning of the school year, students will be required to conform to the uniform dress code within but no later than the first ten 10 school days.
Likewise, students transferring into the district will have the first fifteen 15 days of school enrollment in order to conform to the uniform dress code. Any student enrolled in an elementary or middle school who reports to school improperly attired shall be disciplined as follows:. Notification of parent or guardian and require student to change in to appropriate attire and One day of in-school suspension if available or three 3 days of after school detention. The fourth and subsequent offenses are considered to be willful disobedience that will result in further disciplinary action that may include additional days of in-school suspension, after school detention, or work detail.
Any absence resulting from a violation of the uniform dress code will be excused. When young ladies wear shorts, skirts, and dresses, the length must be near their knees. Any other type of clothing or garment that is distracting, immodest, or interferes with learning will not be allowed.
The School Board is aware that wireless communication devices WCDs are used by students and parents to communicate with each other. However, the use of Lady seeking real sex FL Quincy 32351 communication devices WCDs on school grounds must be appropriately regulated to protect students, staff, and the learning environment. This policy sets forth the District's policy with respect to WCDs. Students may possess wireless communication devices WCDs in school, on school property, during after school activities e.
A "wireless communication device" is a device that emits an audible al, vibrates, displays a message, or otherwise summons or delivers a communication to the possessor. Also, during after school activities when directed by the administrator or sponsor, WCDs shall be powered completely off not just placed into vibrate or silent mode and stored out of sight.
The requirement that WCDs must be powered completely off will not apply in the following circumstances when the student obtains prior approval from the building principal: The student is using the WCD for an educational or instructional purpose e. However, the use of any communication functionality of the WCD is expressly prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, wireless Internet access, peer-to-peer ad-hoc networking, or any other method of communication with other devices or networks.
In no circumstances shall the device be allowed to connect to the District's network. The preceding prohibitions do not apply to Board-owned and issued laptops, PDAs or authorized assistive technology devices. Students are prohibited from using WCDs to capture, record or transmit the words i.
As set forth in State law, sexting is the knowing transmission or distribution to another minor by a computer or similar device any photograph or video of any person that depicts nudity and is harmful to minors.
Sexting also includes possessing a photo of any person that was transmitted or distributed by another minor that depicts nudity. Such conduct not only is potentially dangerous for the involved students, but can lead to unwanted exposure of the messages and images to others, and could result in criminal violations related to the transmission or possession of child pornography.
Such conduct will be subject to discipline and possible confiscation of the WCD. The student has a special health circumstance e. The use of WCDs that contain built-in cameras i. Students are prohibited from using a WCD in any way that might reasonably create in the mind of another person an impression of being threatened, humiliated, harassed, embarrassed or intimidated. See Policy In particular, students are prohibited from using their WCDs to: 1 transmit material that is threatening, obscene, disruptive, or sexually explicit or that can be construed as harassment or disparagement of others based upon their race, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, or political beliefs; and 2 send, share, view or possess pictures, text messages, e-mails or other materials of a sexual nature i.
Sexting also includes possessing a photo of any person that was transmitted or distributed by another minor that depicts nudity and is harmful to minors. Violation of these prohibitions shall result in disciplinary action.
Furthermore, such actions will be reported to local law enforcement and child services as required by law. Likewise, students are prohibited from using their WCDs to receive such information. The building principal may also refer the matter to law enforcement if the violation involves an illegal activity e.
In particular, egregious offenses involving the invasion of another person's privacy, the Board reserves the right to confiscate the WCD and hold it. WCDs in District custody will not be searched or otherwise tampered with unless school officials reasonably suspect that the search is required to discover evidence of a violation of the law or other school rules. Any search will be conducted in accordance with Policy — Search and Seizure.Lady seeking real sex FL Quincy 32351
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