MEDIA CENTER BEHAVIOR PLAN
Media Center Passes
- Students coming must have a pass signed by a teacher.
- Students must deposit their pass at the desk and sign in
- Students leaving before the period ends must sign out and have their pass signed.
- Report directly from class/study hall and report directly back to class/study hall when leaving
Students are expected to:
- Show respect for all staff, including student assistants
- Show respect for other students
- Show respect for school property
- Be engaged in a constructive activity. They may talk quietly but be respectful of others in the center.
- Give up a computer they are using for personal use if it is needed by another student for research.
- Return and plug in Chromebooks when finished.
Student use of electronics:
- Students may use electronic devices to listen to music, etc., but they must wear headphones and keep the volume turned low enough that other students can not hear it. Only one person per device.
- 1st Offense: Verbal warning
- 2nd Offense: Return to study hall or class
- 3rd Offense: Suspended library visits for 2 weeks. Study hall teacher and Assistant Principal will be notified in writing
- 4th Offense: Suspended library visits unless accompanied by a teacher. All Teachers and Assistant Principals will be notified in writing
More severe discipline problems or repeat offenders will be referred to the Assistant Principals.
Students must have their Internet Permission Form/Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) on file to to use the computers. A parent or guardian must sign the Liability Form if the student is under 18. Any sites that are on the Internet can be checked. If a student is abusing the Internet privileges, those privileges may be suspended.
- 1st Offense: Two weeks loss of computer privileges
- 2nd Offense: Six weeks loss of computer privileges and referral to office.
- 3rd Offense: Loss of privileges for remainder of semester and referral to office.
There will only be one student allowed at each computer, unless a group project has been assigned or there are not enough computers to go around.
Students may print a reasonable number of pages from any work station. Any student printing excessively will be charged for the copies.