Code of Conduct respect students will



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Code of Conduct

RESPECT


Students will:

  • Respect each other, and all property to ensure a positive and safe learning environment.

  • Display appropriate behavior according to the BCPS Handbook at all times.

  • Cooperate with all school personnel.

  • Use respectful, appropriate language. Avoid using sarcasm, gossip, belittling, or putting down of others.

  • Consume food in the Commons Area only.

  • Place all trash and discarded materials in trash cans throughout the day.

  • Move quietly through the building to avoid being a distraction to classrooms along the route.

  • Display appropriate behaviors that will allow the bus driver to reach each destination safely.


RESPONSIBILITY


Students will:

  • Wear proper and acceptable attire to school (see the chart below).

  • Arrive to school and to every class on time and be ready to work.

  • Move to class when the warning bell rings at 7:40 a.m.

  • Take proper care of textbooks, materials, and equipment.

  • Remain on school property during school hours.

  • Present a note signed by a parent/guardian to explain any absences.

  • Advise the school office, guidance, and nurse regarding changes of address, phone number, and emergency information on a consistent basis.

  • Keep backpacks in lockers from 7:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.

  • Keep all electronic devices (MP3 players, headphones, CD players, Ipods, games, etc.) in lockers from 7:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.

  • Students must park in the student parking lot (near Portables) only with a valid parking permit.

  • Exit the building promptly at the ringing of the dismissal bell. Students involved in after school activities must report to that activity by 2:25 p.m., and remain under direct supervision of the staff while in the building.

  • Carry a bus card or I.D. card at all times.

  • Keep cell phones turned off and out of view.



READY TO LEARN


Students will:

  • Conduct themselves in a manner that allows the teachers to teach, and all students to learn.

  • Strive for success and believe it is possible.

  • Carry materials needed for each class according to teacher expectations.

  • Utilize a planner for organizing assignments and due dates.

  • Complete and turn in assignments on the due date.

  • Return as quickly as possible whenever out of class in order to maximize learning.


DRESS CODE EXAMPLE





  • Dress appropriately for learning.




  • Abbreviated or scanty clothing is not acceptable, which shall include, but not limited to: excess cleavage, see-through shirts, exposed midriffs or buttocks, and sleeveless undershirts as outerwear.

  • Pajamas and other bedroom attire are not acceptable.

  • Clothing or accessories, including bandanas, belts, belt buckles, jewelry, or chain wallets with inappropriate slogans or pictures are not acceptable.

  • Items with references to drugs, alcohol, weapons, sex or race are not acceptable.

  • Headgear of any kind is not acceptable.

  • Hats, visors, scarves, bandanas, etc. Bandanas anywhere on your person will not be acceptable at any time.

  • Heavy coats should not be worn in the building during the school day.

  • Heavy outerwear MUST be placed in locker.

  • Keep a sweater or sweatshirt in locker for cold conditions.


Soaring with Bayhawk Pride
Respect – Give It to Get It:



Responsibility – You Control Your Success:


  • Know and abide by the Code of Conduct

  • Accept and learn from consequences

  • Be proactive, not reactive


Ready to Learn – Preparation leads to Success:


  • Come to school with appropriate materials

  • Be on time to school and each class

  • Be actively engaged in class




SPEND BAYHAWK “R” BUCKS



TURN IN BAYHAWK “R” BUCKS

IN THE FRONT OFFICE
BI-WEEKLY REWARDS

  • Free homework pass

  • Food Coupons

  • Dog Tags

  • T Shirt

  • Music Downloads


QUARTERLY BAYHAWK REWARDS

  • Prize Drawing


END OF YEAR BAY HAWK REWARDS

  • DVD Players (grades 9-12)

  • IPODS (grades 9-10)

  • Prom Picture Package(grades 11-12)






BAYHAWK “R” BUCK INCENTIVES




Chesapeake High School

2007-2008 School Store Price List

2 “R” Bucks = 25 ¢
CHS License Plate Holders are $5.00 or 40 “R” Bucks

Writing Utensils

Item

Cost


R” Bucks

Pencil, No. 2

25 ¢

2

Mechanical Pencil

60 ¢

5

Lead Refill

60 ¢

5

Pen, Blue or Black

50 ¢

4

Gel Pen, various colors

60 ¢

5

Erasable Gel Pens

$1.00

8

Cap Erasers

2 for 25 ¢

2

Pencil Sharpener

50 ¢

4

Binder Pouch (Pencil Holder)

$1.50

12

Paper Products

Item

Cost


R” Bucks

Notebook Paper, College

$1.50

12

Notebook Paper, Wide

$1.50

12

Pocket Folder

50 ¢

4

Pocket Folder w/ Fasteners

75 ¢

6

Three Ring Binder

$3.00

24

Index Cards 3 x 5, 100

$1.00

8

Index Cards 4 x 6, 100

$1.50

12

Manila Folder

25 ¢

2

Portable 3 hole Punch

$1.50

12

Clear Report Cover

$1.00

8


Math Products

Item

Cost


R” Bucks

Ruler, 12’’

50 ¢

4

Compass

75 ¢

6

Protractor

50 ¢

4

Computer Products

Item

Cost


R” Bucks

Floppy Disks, 3 ½, with label

$1.00

8

CD-RW

$3.00

24

Art Products

Item

Cost


R” Bucks

Sketch Pad

$10.00

80

Colored Pencils

$3.00

24





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