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Juanita Elementary Affirmation Mirror

Strong kids begin with strong minds. That's why Jordan McClellion at Juanita Elementary is nurturing her students to see the best in themselves through the "affirmation mirror" station.

Saidhruv Chittamuri & Paige Stime-perfect ACT scores

A student from Redmond High School (RHS) and another from Nikola Tesla STEM High School have achieved something that less than one-half of 1% of test takers achieve. Saidhruv Chittamuri, senior at RHS, and Paige Stime, senior at Tesla STEM, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36.

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    Student Conduct

    File: JFC

    The board acknowledges that conduct and behavior are closely associated to learning. An effective instructional program requires a wholesome and orderly school environment. The board requires that each student adhere to the rules of conduct and submit to corrective action taken as a result of conduct violations. The rules of conduct are applicable during the school day as well as during any school activity conducted on or off campus. Special rules are also applicable while riding on a school bus.

    Students are expected to:

      1. Conform to reasonable standards of socially acceptable behavior;
      2. Respect the rights, person and property of others;
      3. Preserve the degree of order necessary for a positive climate for learning; and
      4. Submit to the authority of staff and respond accordingly.

    The superintendent shall develop written rules of conduct which will carry out the intent of the board.
    Current practice codified 1988


    Adopted:
    11/04/91

    Revised:
    09/30/10

    LEGAL REFS.:
    RCW 4.24.190
    RCW 9.41, generally
    RCW 28A.600.010
    RCW 28A.600.020
    RCW 28A.600.040
    RCW 28A.400.110
    RCW 28A.600.420
    RCW 28A.635.060
    WAC 180-40-205
    WAC 180-40-225
    WAC 392-400-215
    WAC 392-400-225

    CROSS REFS.:
    Student Conduct on School Buses (JFCC)
    Student Rights and Responsibilities (JF)
    JG series, all relate to discipline
    Public Conduct on School Property (KGB)

    A group of students sing at an assembly