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Transcript of Responsibility Assembly
Mr. Trimmell - Assistant Principal
Mrs. Hallum - Counselor Introductions Inform you about district and school rules
Help you understand what we expect of you
Make you aware that you are responsible for your actions Purpose of Assembly Be in school every day, on time A FRESH START . . .
have the courage to do what is right Obey all school and classroom rules Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself
Respect your teachers and others in authority Treat others the way you would like to be treated LEARNING LOGS Boys - t-shirts depicting violence, offensive language
Girls - low cut tops, tank tops, shorts that are torn or with holes
1st offense - Parent may pick up clothes
2nd offense - Parent may pick up clothes after a parent conference
3rd offense - We keep until June CELL PHONE POLICY TAKE FOOD OUT OF BOUNDS Please Do NOT . . . Please Do NOT . . . TAG OR GRAFFITI SCHOOL PROPERTY
Please do NOT. . .
Tempt thieves to take your “stuff”- keep your belongings with you at all times.
Protect thieves by staying silent when you see them take something- this is YOUR school!
Be lazy, complacent, or naïve- we do have thieves and you need to protect yourself.
Violate school rules by bringing items not allowed by school rules and board policy. Recipe for Success DRESS CODE We recommend that you do not bring a cell phone to campus. Lakeside is not responsible for any lost/stolen/damaged phones. Phones must be turned off and in your backpack (not in your pocket/desk). Phones may be picked up on Friday between 3:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. by a parent or legal guardian Excessive violations will result in a parent conference and further consequences Stolen Items A Few Do Nots... Please Do Not... Sit on the Tables Illegal Items
The state of California identifies objects that illegal to POSSESS if you are a minor in school. If you have one of these, you have already violated the penal code!
PC 594.2 and 640.5 Graffiti Implements: Any marker capable of tagging including sharpies.
PC 417.27 Laser pointers are prohibited by the state of California; you may not possess them at school. Caused, attempted to cause, or threatened to cause physical injury to another person (including fighting, “play fighting”, etc.).
Possessed, sold, or otherwise furnished a firearm, a firearm replica, knife, explosive, or dangerous object.
Possessed, used, sold, furnished or was under the influence of a controlled substance (alcohol or drugs) Committed or intended to commit robbery or extortion
Caused or attempted to cause damage to school or private property
Stole, attempted to steal or knowingly received stolen school or private property.
Committed or attempted to commit sexual assault or sexual battery.
Excessive disruption of school activities or willfully defied authority Possessed or used tobacco or products which contain tobacco or nicotine.
Engaged in habitual profanity, vulgarity or committed an obscene act.
Intentionally harassed, threatened or intimidated a student, or group of student creating substantial disorder, and invading student rights by creating an intimidating or hostile educational environment.
Made terrorist threats against school property, school officials, and students (including threats on other students). To participate in the Promotion Assembly
No more that 5 “U”s in citizenship for the year
Any student who has below a 2.0 will be required to attend the Bridge Program at Santa Fe during the summer where they will receive their promotion certificate
To participate in activities (Knott’s/Picnic)
GPA must be 2.0 or above
No more than 21 days absent
No more than 5 “U”s in citizenship for the year Promotion Requirements Education Code 48900 PRIDE PROMOTING RESPONSIBILITY INTEGRITY DETERMINATION EXCELLENCE DEFIANCE
Refusing to comply with a directive
Using foul language toward a teacher
We do not accept defiance a Lakeside CHEATING
Cheating in any form is a very serious infraction of school rules. Cheating is...
Copying or loaning of homework or other assignments, whether inside or outside of class
Receiving or giving answers to quizzes or tests SEXUAL HARASSMENT
Sexual harassment is UNWANTED or UNWELCOME sexual behavior.
VERBAL: Comments about your body, spreading sexual rumors, sexual remarks or accusations, dirty jokes or stories
PHYSICAL: Grabbing, rubbing, flashing or mooning, touching, scooping, pinching, sexual assault
VISUAL: Displaying inappropriate pictures or drawings, obscene gestures / text messages / emails BULLYING
“Bullying” means any severe or pervasive physical or verbal act or conduct, including communications made in writing or by means of an electronic act, and including one or more acts committed by a pupil or group of pupils directed toward one or more pupils that has or can be reasonably predicted to have the a negative effect on the pupil(s).
Bullying can describe many types of behavior:
Hitting or kicking
threats and/or intimidation
teasing and taunting
serious assault and abuse CYBER BULLYING
Cyber bullying is buyllying through the use of electronics such as:
Crank calling / leaving messages
Facebook (any other social networking site) STOP - WALK - TALK IF YOU ARE BEING BULLIED ASK THE PERSON TO STOP WHAT THEY ARE DOING IF THEY DON'T STOP, WALK AWAY IF IT CONTINUES, TELL AN ADULT Win Cool Stuff Earn Cards Be a Good Citizen BE A GOOD CITIZEN
Pick up trash
Get 100% on a quiz
Help without being asked
Treat others the way you want to be treated EARN PRIDE CARDS
Effort in and out of the Classroom
Doing something nice without being asked MUSTANG PRIDE PRIDE CARDS
Turn in all cards to the raffle drum in the attendance office
Print first and last name clearly
Drawings take place every Friday All students at Lakeside are required to use a Learning Log
Parents and teachers will be checking your Learning Logs
It is your responsibility to write down your homework assignments, important dates, and any other information your teacher gives you
Do not destroy or tear out pages in your Learning Log
USE YOUR LEARNING LOG DAILY!