Orderly conduct in hallways and restrooms is a courtesy to other classes. All students should be encouraged to use good manners, especially in common areas.
- Teachers are encouraged to be at their doors at the start of each day and during class changes for the purpose of greeting students and providing additional supervision.
- Elementary school students are to walk in the hallway in single file without talking.
- The teacher should walk with the class. Students should stop at the designated points and wait for the teacher’s direction.
- Middle and high school students should move quietly and considerately in the hallways. Teachers should monitor hallways.
- Students should follow designated routes for their grade levels.
- Students who are held after class must be given a note from the teacher.
- Students sent on errands should be given a note.
- Middle and high school students will be required to secure a hall pass from their teacher in order to leave the classroom during class time. No student should be found outside of his or her classroom without an appropriately completed hall pass.
- Elevator use is restricted to handicapped students and students given teacher permission.
- When Lower Campus teachers take their classes to the restroom en masse, they must check the condition of the restroom for cleanliness both before and after the class uses it. Problems with the condition of the restroom should be reported to the office.
- Students on Upper Campus should use the five minute passing period to go to the restroom.
- Students should be required to keep the restroom tidy, and wash hands before leaving.
- Behavior during bathroom breaks should be orderly and quiet.
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