• DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR

    Disruptive behavior includes, but is certainly not limited to, yelling; whistling; abusive language; taunting; roughhousing, horseplay, play-fighting, "going bodies,‟ pushing, shoving, jumping (especially on others), "messing around,‟ or any other dangerous or disorderly conduct; pinching, slapping, or hitting games; throwing items (specifically snowballs) and other willful disobedience or defiance of proper authority. This policy applies to before and after school, when school is in session, and at school- or District-sponsored activities both at home and away. Violations may result in a referral to the administration. Students are expected to keep their hands, feet, and inappropriate comments to themselves at all times.
     
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