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December 11, 2017
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Stillwater Elementary School

Code of Conduct

Unless otherwise indicated, the District Code of Conduct applies to all students, school personnel, parents and other visitors when on school property or attending a school function.

While going to and from school, you are expected to:
  • Keep a safe distance from the bus, cars, or trucks.
  • Walk on sidewalks, staying out of the way of traffic.
  • Walk to and from the bus.

 

While in school, you are expected to:
  • Respect the rights and feelings of others by being kind and not hurting others.
  • Use appropriate language in all places including in school, on the playground, and on the bus.
  • Follow the rules and directions of your teacher and other adults who are in charge.
  • Stay in the classroom until excused or dismissed.
  • Take care not to damage school property such as desks, chairs, walls, books, or any other items.
  • Use special care when handling equipment in art, music, library, and physical education classes.
  • Sit where instructed.
  • Watch and listen quietly to the performance or speakers.
  • Leave the room quietly, following directions of an authorized adult in charge.
  • Refrain from using electronic devices without the permission of the principal. The school will not be responsible for any electronic device that is lost, stolen or damaged at school.
  • Respect the guidelines of the Acceptable Use Policy related to computer/internet access.

 

When outside of your classroom, you are expected to:
  • Play only in areas chosen by an adult and be sure an adult is with you at all times.
  • Never leave the playground area without permission.
  • Use playground equipment safely.
  • Report injuries to the adult in charge.
  • Keep your hands to yourself.
  • Use good language.
  • Show good sportsmanship.
  • Remember your table manners.
  • Never throw food or objects.
  • Talk quietly during lunch.
  • Clean up after lunch and dispose of your trash properly.
  • Respect the rights of others by walking and being quiet and polite in the hallways.

 

Consequences

Students who break the above listed rules may face disciplinary action depending on the facts of the case. This could mean a warning, reprimand, exclusion from activities, detention or suspension. Suspension proceedings are conducted according to Section 3214 of the Education Law.

Student Appearance/Dress Guidelines

Parental guidance and responsibility are necessary to help children make appropriate choices about their school attire. Students are expected to wear clothing that is appropriate for our school environment and all school activities while not detracting from a positive learning environment. Students should wear footwear with backs, while avoiding flip flops, open toed sandals, and athletic shoes with wheels. Failure to abide by footwear guidelines may result in missed PE and recess opportunities.

Dignity for all Students Act

Stillwater Elementary School has high expectations for all students and staff with regard to how we treat each other. We believe in and follow the golden rule. We have an expectation that we will treat each other in a respectful manner at all times. By doing this, we will avoid situations of bullying and/or harassment in our school. There may be times, however, that individuals may make poor decisions and harassment becomes a concern. These cases will be addressed by staff members and taken seriously. Mr. Morcone will serve as the DASA coordinator for Stillwater Elementary School and any concerns can be brought to him by students, staff, and parents. Mr. Morcone will also utilize the counseling department to provide support for students to ensure that they are comfortable sharing their concerns.

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