Student responsibilities are determined by the rules and regulations promulgated by the Pennsylvania State Board of Education as adopted September 13, 1974. These responsibilities are:
(1.)Regular school attendance, conscientious effort in classroom work, and compliance with the school rules and regulations. Most of all, students share with the administration and faculty a responsibility to develop a climate within the school that is conducive to wholesome learning and living.
(2.)Not to interfere with the education of his fellow students. It is the responsibility of each student to respect the rights of teachers, students, administrators and all others who are, involved in the educational process.
(3.)To express their ideas and opinions in a respectful manner.
(4.)Be aware of all rules and regulations for student behavior and conduct themselves in accord with them. Students should assume that, until a rule is waived, altered or appealed in writing, it is in effect.
(5.)Volunteer information in matters relating to the health, safety and welfare of the school community and the protection of school property.
(6.)Dress and groom to meet fair standards of safety and health, and not to cause substantial disruption to the educational process.
(7.)Assist the school staff in operating a safe school for all students who are enrolled.
( 8.)Comply with Commonwealth and local laws.
(9.)Exercise proper care when using public facilities and equipment.
(10.)Attend school daily and be on time to all classes and other school functions.
(11.)Make up work for legal or excused absences.
(12.)Pursue and attempt to complete satisfactorily the course of study prescribed by the Commonwealth and the local school authorities.
(13.)Report accurately and not use indecent or obscene language in student newspapers or publications.
Last Modified on March 7, 2003