Students have the right to a safe and positive learning environment, free from crime, violence, intimidation, and harassment. At school, on district land or buildings, in district vehicles, and during school-sponsored activities, field trips, and sporting events, students must accept responsibility for their own behavior; develop and use problem-solving skills to resolve conflicts; follow established school and classroom rules; refrain from interfering with learning and teaching; maintain adequate clothing and hygiene; respect others and treat them with kindness; respect the rights and property of others; refrain from harming themselves or others; not use threats or intimidation against others; not engage in illegal activities. If a student needs to contact a parent during the school day, they can go to the main office and use the school's landline. Inappropriate behavior can result in denial or abandonment of extracurricular activities and participation in school-sponsored events. Any student who commits a disciplinary violation can lose the right to participate in school-sponsored events or extracurricular activities for up to one year. District policies make clear that behavior that takes place outside the school campus can be subject to suspension or expulsion when it is harmful to the safety and well-being of other students or school staff. If students experience any form of harassment while on school grounds or in school buildings, they should immediately report it to a member of the school staff, the school principal, or call Safe2Tell at 1-877-542-SAFE.
Rules for Student Use of Personal Vehicles on School Property in Colorado Springs, CO
Students have the right to a safe learning environment. Learn about the rules for student use of personal vehicles on school property in Colorado Springs.Liz Lamons10/09/20231 minute 11, seconds read