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Right to an Education

Students have a right to an education as long as they do not violate or interfere with the teaching/learning process of other students. This includes the rights of other students in their ability to learn and to teachers in their ability to teach.

Students are reminded that they are partners with the teachers, principal, assistant principal and support staff. Each group has a specific role in assisting students in learning as much as they can. A major part of that roll is to direct the activities of the students into proper, positive channels. There are times, however, when some students fail to act in the best interest of all of the above groups. At these times, students are advised that the principal, any teacher, any supervisor, aide or any auxiliary staff has the authority to direct the actions of the students at any place and time on the school property while school is in session or a school activity is in progress.

Thank you for your support,
Mrs. Wehunt
Last Modified on December 10, 2012