Behavioral Expectations

Behavioral Expectations

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS!

Tardies to school have gotten out of hand.
Effective with the start of second semester (Monday, Jan. 14th, 2019),
students with seven (7) or more tardies to school
will NOT be permitted to attend school dances.

THIS INCLUDES PROM!
2018-19 ZHS Student Handbook
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BEHAVIORAL EXPECTATIONS
3 Office Referrals resulting in a warning, Lunch & After-School Detention, Friday School, or OSS.
1st Semester: You lose…
  1. Homecoming Dance
  2. Winter Dance
  3. School Assemblies & Pep Rallies
  4. Other school-related privileges.
6 Office Referrals resulting in a warning, Lunch & After-School Detention, Friday School, or OSS.
2nd Semester: You lose…
  1. All School Dances
  2. Prom
  3. School Assemblies & Pep Rallies
  4. Other school-related privileges including after-school activities.
9 Office Referrals resulting in a warning, Lunch & After-School Detention, Friday School, or OSS.
Anytime throughout the year: You lose…
  1. Parking / Driving Privileges
  2. Late Arrival and/or Early Dismissal
  3. Work Permit
  4. Senior Trip
  5. Graduation
  6. Any additional school-related privileges including after-school activities.
* Once lost, these privileges cannot be earned back!
 
* Students involved in any altercation that is harmful to themselves and/or others can lose all privileges immediately. This could include things like weapons, drugs, alcohol, threats, fighting and bullying.
* Bullying is not a one time incident. Bullying is a series of repeated negative behaviors to another person over time. Any time someone is receiving gratification by causing others grief over time is deemed as bullying.
 
Each 9-week period this reward system will start over. A student is given a chance to show growth and maturity.

Things to think about - positive referrals (random acts of kindness)
  • Students who help break up fights.
  • Students who help other students.
  • Perfect Attendance (by month, grading period, semester)
NOTE: Multiple discipline infractions can result in unruly charges being filed by the school resource officer, involving the juvenile court system.
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