Violations of Student Code of Conduct

The aim of the student code of Conduct is to provide school personnel, parents and students with a clear understanding of the rules and the resulting disciplinary actions. The following lists categorise and define certain violations that disrupt the school environment and / or the institutional process, and specifies disciplinary actions which are to be taken by the Principal. These verity and frequency of the misbehaviour is considered in defining appropriate disciplinary action. The Principal has the discretionary power to decide the same.

VIOLATIONS

The lists of violations in the following pages are not all inclusive,but only representative and illustrative. A student committing an improper actof misconduct which does not happen to be listed may be subject to disciplinary action.

LEVEL IVIOLATIONS

A level I violations is considered to be any behaviour which disrupts or interferes with the effective functioning of the school, but is not as serious as a Level II and Level III violation.

Discourtesy, disruptive behaviour in class, unexcused absences, abusive language, lying, in appropriate dressing and grooming, loitering about in the school without attending class and so on, will invite the following disciplinaryhierarchy.

FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT

Discussionbetweenteacherandstudent.

Student referred to Coordinator / Academic Supervisor / Grade Teacher ifnecessary.

Student submits a written apology to Grade Teacher.

SECOND ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT

Discussion between Teacher, Student, Coordinator / Academic Supervisor and Principal.

Submission of student’s apology and Grade Teacher’s report to Principal’soffice.

Record maintained in Principal’s office, Parent notification.

THIRD ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT

Parent notification through Principal and suspension.

Students will meet the Coordinator / Academic Supervisor for discussion at an appropriate time. Students may be given additional project/subject related work, service-oriented tasks or detention.

LEVEL II VIOLATIONS

A levelII violation is any behaviour which seriously disrupts or interferes with the effective functioning of the school, but is not as aggravated as a Level III violation.

Seriouslying, stealing, bullying, ragging, damaging property of another, misuse of internet facility (creating or viewing objectionable text or graphics, hacking other sites ore-mail addresses),borrowing money from fellow students, inappropriate display of affection, racist comments, profanity,obscenegestureandlanguage,physicalviolenceandsoon.

FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT

Discussion between Teacher, Coordinator/Academic Supervisor and Principal.

Parent notification.

Submission of student’s apology and Teacher’s report to Principal’s office.

Record of report maintained in Principal’soffice.

Suspension (Discretion ofPrincipal).

SECOND ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT

Submissionofstudent’sapologyandTeacher’sreporttoPrincipal’s office.

Parentnotification.

Expulsion/Suspension(DiscretionofPrincipal).

Studentswillcompensateanywillfuldamagetoproperty;privilege to facilities will be withdrawn. In addition, students will be given additionalproject/subjectrelatedworkandserviceorientedtasks.

LEVEL III VIOLATIONS

LevelIIIviolationisconsideredtobeanybehaviourofanaggravatednature whichseriouslydisruptsorinterfereswiththeeffectivefunctioningofthe school.

Useofnarcoticdrugs,orpossessionofdrugparaphernalia,consumption of alcohol and soon.

FIRST ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT

Discussion between Teacher, Coordinator / AcademicSupervisor andPrincipal.

Submissionofstudent’sapologyandTeacher’sreporttoPrincipal’s office.

RecordofreportmaintainedinPrincipal’sOffice.

Parentnotification.

Expulsion.

PLEASE NOTE: USE OF DRUGS / ALCOHOL / SMOKING ARE POINTS OF ZERO TOLERANCE.



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