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Behavior Expectations

Student Attendance and Behavior

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Expectations for Attendance

Students and parents who desire to obtain the greatest benefit from public education must recognize that regular attendance is essential. It is the joint responsibility of parents, students and school to ensure regular attendance.

Parents are requested to notify school officials prior to a student's absence or by the time school starts on the day of absence.

Web Links to District Attendance Policies

Expectations for Behavior

Every student is expected to follow accepted rules of conduct and to show respect for and to obey persons in authority in the schools.

Web Links to District Behavior Policies

 

 

 

 

 


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