students are expected to practice self-discipline and to use good judgement.
It is the responsibility of each student to respect the rights of teachers,
aides, monitors, volunteers, fellow students and all others who are involved
in the educational process. No student has the right to interfere with
the education of other students. The Discipline Referral Policy is posted
in each classroom. Every teacher has behavioral expectations posted in
the classroom according to TUSD policy.
EXPECTATIONS: Leadership Exhibit a positive attitude and contribute
to improving school life. Service Work cheerfully and enthusiastically
to render service to the school and community. Character Demonstrate
the highest standards of honesty and reliability; show respect, courtesy,
and concern for others; and observe and obey instructions, rules, and
punctuality. Citizenship Demonstrate respect for all and use talents
and skills to improve society. Scholarship Exhibit academic initiative,
accept new challenges, and explore new horizons.
Fighting on campus will result in automatic suspension and/or arrest.
A mandatory mediation which may include parents must be attended before
the parties involved will be allowed to return to class.
/ SKATEBOARDS: Bicycles must be locked to the bike rack upon arrival at
school. Bicycles, skateboards and In-line skates are not to be ridden
on the school campus. Arizona law requires bicycle riders to wear helmets.
OF AFFECTION: Displays of affection are considered inappropriate behavior
LANGUAGE OR SIGNS: Students must use appropriate language at all times.
Students using or writing profane, obscene, vulgar or otherwise inappropriate
language will be disciplined.
PASSENGER RULES: Riding the bus is a privilege. Misbehavior on the school
bus or at the bus stop may result in the loss of bus riding privileges.
1. Always comply with bus driver's or monitor's directions. 2. Use classroom
voices only. No profanity, shouting or loud noises are allowed. 3. Remain
seated at all times. 4. Keep hands, feet, and head inside the bus. All
personal possessions must be secured. 5. Keep unauthorized materials and
substances off the bus (snacks, drinks, animals, glass objects, weapons,
skateboards, balloons, large radios, beepers, etc.).
ON CAMPUS: Food, candy, pencils, toys, etc. may NOT be sold except through
school sponsored activities approved by Student Council.
HARASSMENT: Sexual harassment is against the law and will not be tolerated.
A student who has been sexually harassed by anyone should contact a teacher,
counselor or administrator.
DIVERSIONS: Radios, tape players, cameras, electronic devices, beepers,
toys, water pistols, and balloons, etc. are not to be brought to school.
All non-school diversions will be confiscated and held in the office until
parents retrieve the article. Gum is not allowed anywhere on campus or
while riding the school bus. Consequences will include scraping gum off
furniture and floors.
/ SODA MACHINES: These machines can only be accessed before and after
school and during lunches.
Any defacing or destruction of school property is considered vandalism.
Students vandalizing our school will be suspended, prosecuted and will
be required to pay for any necessary repairs.