Staff member
Aug 19, 2019
School Rules 1. Be on time at the beginning of the day and after lunch or recess breaks. 2. Come prepared with supplies and complete homework. 3. Be kind, polite, and courteous to others. Share with others. 4. Keep your hands and feet to yourself. 5. Use equipment properly 6. Have a good attitude. 7. Contribute to discussions 8. Be respectful of others’ ideas 9. Cooperate with your Classmates. 10. Do not bully others. 11. Line up neatly and quietly 12. Be respectful of classmates, teachers, and property. 13. Respect the property rights of others. 14. Be respectful to your environment. Do not deface or damage school property. Students who vandalize the school property will make restitution. 15. Listen to the teacher and classmates, and follow directions. 16. Work hard, and always do your best. 17. Keep your workspace, desk, backpack, and lockers tidy. 18. Keep a presentable uniform up to code.

19. Be safe! Do not climb trees, gates, railings, fences, and school buildings. 20. Raise your hand when you would like to speak in class or if you need to leave the classroom for any reason (e.g., going to the bathroom, visiting the nurse, etc.) [You must have a pass] 21. Maintain order when moving to different areas. Do not run; running is a frequent cause of injuries. 22. Remain within school boundaries at all times. Students leaving the campus must have a Student Pass and must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. (Leaving campus without consent is a major offense. 23. Avoid using abusive or profane language and gestures. (Disorderly Conduct) 24. Leave the premises immediately after school duties/responsibilities are completed. 25. Buying/selling personal items and trading is not allowed. The following are not allowed in school unless prior permission is granted by the school staff: Radios, cell phones, pagers, and other electrical equipment. Yoyos, darts, slingshots, and other potentially dangerous toys, pets. Skateboards, roller skates, rollerblades, razors, Valuables, money, computer games, items of sentimental value, fireworks, matches, weapons or expensive toys, gum

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All infractions of these rules can and w may result in disciplinary action by either a staff member or be sent to the dean of discipline to decide what shall be done. (edited)

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Shorts/skorts may be worn to school if they are no shorter than 2 inches above the top of the kneecap. No biking shorts, spandex, or tight-fitting shorts. Clothing with hole sin them is unacceptable. Skirts or dresses may be worn to school if they are no shorter than two inches above the top of the knee cap (slits or openings in skirts or dresses cannot extend beyond two inches above the top of the kneecaps). IF TIGHTS, JEGGINGS, OR LEGGINGS ARE WORN, THEY MUST BE WORN UNDER SHORTS, SKORTS, SKIRTS, OR DRESSES THAT MEET DRESS CODE LENGTHS. LEGGINGS WORN UNDER BLOUSES ARE ONLY ACCEPTABLE IF BLOUSES MEET DRESS CODE LENGTH OF SKIRTS/DRESSES. Shirts, blouses, and/or dresses must be worn at all times and must be long enough in length to cover the stomach and back completely. Necklines may not expose cleavage. You may wear sleeveless tops having a minimum two (2) inch wide shoulder strap.
Pajamas must not be worn except on designated days. Blouses made of sheer fabric may be worn only as an overblouse to tops that meet previously stated guidelines. Pants must be worn at the waistline. Low riding, sagging pants are not allowed. If belts are worn they must be buckled. Hoods, hats, caps, head stockings, hair rollers, sunglasses, bandanas, combs, wide headbands, and other types of headwear shall not be worn except in designated areas and on designated days.
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Shoes must be worn at all times. Bedroom slippers or shower shoes are not to be worn. All students must wear soft-soled athletic shoes in PE classes. Hard soled shoes are not permitted in gymnasiums. Clothing or accessories bearing profane, suggestive, offensive, obscene, or gang related language, symbols, slogans, or advertising alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, or unlawfully controlled substances are not permitted. Appropriate undergarments must be worn at all times and must not be seen. Wallet chains, dog collars, or other inappropriate chains or accessories will not be allowed on campus. Shirts must be tucked in at all times Sock must always be worn No open toes shoes. Uniform shirts should remain clean and pressed. Uniforms should be worn at all times during school hours unless a designated event or holiday allows for alternative attire. The school administration is the final authority regarding the appropriateness of dress and grooming. The student code of conduct will be applied to violations of the dress code.

Cabin Rules Be responsible for belongings Be on time for all scheduled activities Always tell a Den Mother when you check-in or out Always tell a Den Mother when you are going Confine eating to meal and snack times Always be courteous and cooperative Foul language or verbal abuse will not be tolerated Any form of physical fighting will not be tolerated Play safely and use good sportsmanship Always ask permission from the den Mother before visiting another Cabin that is not your own.
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Be quiet during a quiet time - a good rule is to rest and relax Lights out means lights out [8:30 pm] Be back in your cabins by Curfew [6:30 PM] Take rules seriously during activity times and field trips Report anything wrong (e.g., broken toilet, burned-out light, etc.) to the Den Mother Leave special items in your lockers or Cubbies Keep your implement at the designated spot above your bed. Shoes stay in cubbies at night and up off the floors. Beds shall be made every single day. Bedding is changed weekly. (edited)

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Indoors Rules General Horseplay is not allowed Walk indoors at all times Running is not allowed Use inside voice Do not leave the room without Den Mother's approval Clean up your activity area before beginning another Do not go into other Students lockers or cubbies All students shall participate in cleaning activities
Punishment Preparation and Guide Lines for Staff Never punish a student in anger. Always make sure they understand their infractions and why they are receiving the punishment. Offer at least one chance for them to rectify the behavior. Focus on the behavior is bad, not the student. Ask that they change the behavior. Offer moral and emotional support where needed. Console them afterward and be caring. Offer and give aftercare. Consider the severity of punishments and weigh them with the infractions. Consider your options: Privileges revoked, Time out, detentions, groundings, written assignments, and more.

Possible Privileges For Advancement due to outstanding Deportment Get your own room in a house setting, providing you with more liberties to privacy. Lighter security restrictions. Access to the park and other small shops around the modeled town. Reduction in Inhibitor collars, or removal of such. Opportunity to work on and hone your abilities or powers more freely. Field trips. Opportunities and trust to learn and operate various items such as learning to drive a car or fly a plane. Less general restrictions and more personal freedom in attire, meal times, and meal choices. Caretakers have more freedom to run their community household shows they see fit.