Discipline is the underlying framework around which all other aspects of education are structured. The ultimate goal of learning is self-discipline and self-direction. Good discipline begins with the earliest training in the home and extends to the school and community.
Mutual cooperation between home and school must exist if discipline is to be maintained.
Lack of respect, negative attitudes, bullying, leaving the school property without permission, continued
disregard for school rules, smoking, carrying harmful articles, violent
actions disruptive of school or school activities, stealing or defacing
school or personal property are considered major offenses.
In accordance with both state and federal law, sexual harassment of any nature will not be tolerated.
Suspension from school is employed by the principal and rector only for serious reasons. Parents will be informed of the suspension and its causes prior to the suspension date. An opportunity will be available for a conference with the administration and teacher(s) involved. A second suspension may result in expulsion.