Misconduct has been divided into three levels, depending on the severity of the incident. Level three is most severe. Students should avoid compromising situations, which might give the appearance of being involved in the following activities:

Level 1

Definition: (Disobedience) Any minor disturbances that interfere with classroom order and instruction. Any minor 1st time incident.


  • Distracting other students from learning 
  • Talking
  • Not being prepared for class
  • Chewing gum
  • Minor dress code violation

Consequences: Conversation with teacher. Possible call to parents.

Level 2

Definition: (Disobedience, Disrespect, or Defiance) Any repetitive level one incident. Activities and attitudes that show a lack of respect for authority.


  • Repeated level one incidents
  • Cell phone use
  • Leaving classroom without permission
  • Immodest clothing
  • Talking back to teacher
  • Teasing
  • Horseplay
  • Cheating

Consequences: Conversation with teacher. Teacher calls parents. Possible meeting with teacher and parents. 1 or 2 Detentions. Conversation with administration. Possible administration call to parents.

Level 3

Definition: (Disobedience, Disrespect, or Defiance) Any repetitive level two incident. Any physical or verbal abuse. Any activity dangerous to self or others.

  • Repeated level two incidents
  • Fighting
  • Bullying
    • Verbal
    • Physical
    • Electronic (Internet or Text)
  • "Pantsing"
  • Public displays of affection
  • Profanity
  • Immorality
  • Stealing
  • Lying

Consequences: Administration calls parents. Meeting with administration. Suspension: either in school or out of school to be determined by administration. Possible expulsion.