Student Code of Conduct
Board of Education Student Code of Conduct
Regular Attendance – Students are to attend school regularly and to attend all classes.
Punctuality – Students are expected to be on time for school and classes.
Work Habits – Students are expected to be prepared for and to participate in each class to meet performance standards, to have the necessary class materials, to complete class work and homework accurately and on time, and to prepare for quizzes, tests and examinations.
Respect for Self and Others – Students are expected to be honest, behave with dignity and treat others with respect and courtesy. Behavior of the individual should not interfere with the rights of others. This includes the use of appropriate language, actions and attire. Students are expected not to harass others verbally and physically. Students are expected to come to school free form the influence of tobacco products, alcohol or drugs. Students are expected not to use or possess such substances.
Respect for Authority – Students are expected to comply with all school rules and to obey all laws. Students are expected to respond in a respectful manner to all adults while under the jurisdiction of the school and while participating in school sponsored activities.
Respect for Property – Students are expected to treat all property belonging to the school and to others with care.
Freedom from Fear – Students are expected to contribute to a safe school environment free from fear. Acts of violence, weapons and contraband are never acceptable.
Developed by the Labor Management Cooperation Committee:
Board of Education Department of Education, Hawaii State Teachers Association, Hawaii Government Employees Association, Hawaii State Parent Teacher Student Association, Hawaii State Student Council
Formally adopted by the BOE on February 2, 1995