GENERAL SCHOOL POLICIES: In addition to the Campuswide Expectations accessible through the link below, there are few general policies specific to our campus that we want students and parents to know
Ø Valuables or large amounts of money should not be brought to school. Securing personal items is each student’s own responsibility. Our school/district can't be responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged personal items
Ø Sports Eligibility—A student must be in attendance during the school day to be eligible to participate in activities, sports practices or games
Ø Students riding bicycles, skateboards, etc. to school are required to park and secure them before the first bell. Bikes and boards are not to be ridden on campus
Ø Advertising, selling, or distributing material not connected with the school must have prior approval from the administration
Ø We have a closed campus policy—once students arrive to school, they are to remain on campus throughout the day unless excused to leave by an adult listed on the blue card and checked out through the attendance office. Students out of class for any reason must possess a hall pass, otherwise the student is considered truant or tardy.
Ø All school district employees have full authority to intervene in student misbehavior. Students must correctly identify themselves and follow directions.
Individual teachers may also have additional, specific procedures or expectations, which they generally communicate to parents within the first few weeks of school. Every student is subject to all of the rules and regulations outlined in the NTPS Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook, which is distributed to every student, generally during the first week of school.
EXCEPTIONAL MISCONDUCT: Behavior infractions which rise to the level of “Exceptional Misconduct” (See pgs. 4-5 in the NTPS Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook) will be dealt with directly by an Administrator and consequenced within the guidelines provided in the district student handbook.