Code of Conduct
Students: If you see unsafe behavior, report it to an adult immediately.
The following actions are considered serious. Please avoid these activities: Vandalism, fighting, defiant/disrespect to an adult, swearing, stealing, severe classroom disruption, bullying, pantsing, throwing rocks/sticks/ice/snowballs, and possession of anything dangerous.
Dangerous or Disruptive Conduct
Students: DO NOT bring any type of knife or gun to school, even toy knives or guns. If you see a dangerous object, DO NOT touch it. Report it IMMEDIATELY to an adult.
Utah State Law states the possessing (regardless of intent), using selling or attempting to possess, use or sell any firearm, weapon, knife, explosive device, noxious or flammable material, firework, chemical weapon, martial arts weapon or other instrument including those which eject a projectile or any facsimile of any of the above could result in suspension for up to 180 school days.
Students: DO NOT bring any type of medication to school. Have your parents bring it to the office with a doctor’s note, for the office to administer.
Students shall not possess, use or distribute any over-the-counter medications, prescription medications, illegal substances or alcohol as defined by Utah Code on school grounds or traveling to or from school. Student sanctions will follow guidelines in District Policy AS90.
Students: DO NOT BULLY! Be kind. If you are being bullied or you see someone being bullied, report it to an adult.
Bullying is a repeated aggressive behavior that happens over time, is intentional and involves an imbalance of power or strength. Bullying is threatening. It can be verbal, physical, and/or emotional. Bullying is not okay. It is grounds for suspension.
Toys and Gadgets
Students: LEAVE THE TOYS AT HOME!
Leave your toys and gadgets at home, unless it is a special day and the teacher gives you permission to bring them. THE SCHOOL DOES NOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOST ITEMS.
Students: Recess rules are meant to keep you safe! Be a good sport: everyone plays who wants to; no games can be locked.
Student must have a pass to enter back into the building during recess.
Student will not eat candy, food or gum on the playground.
Students will play safely on all equipment and use proper game rules.
Students will stay away from puddles, mud, snow, ice and water.
Students will follow any directions.
Students: Follow all bus safety rules and enjoy the ride and friendships.
Jordan School District Transportation Department works hard to provide the best situation possible for every student who is eligible to ride the bus. According to District Policy DA170, student and passenger safety is of utmost concern. When the bus is traveling, students shall remain seated at all times. Students shall not extend arms or head outside the bus at any time. Students shall not throw objects from the bus. No illegal substances, hazardous material, weapons or facsimile of weapons, nuisance items or animal shall be brought on the bus. If bus rules are violated repeatedly parent conferences will be held to help solve the problem. Riding the bus is a privilege that can be revoked.
Students: PLEASE WALK YOUR RIDES!
Bicycles, skateboards and scooters are wonderful modes of transportation. For safety reasons students/parents should not ride bikes, scooters or skateboards on school property. If a student rides one of these items on school property, he or she will be given a warning. After the warning, if the student continues to ride on of these items on school property, the item will be taken to the office and the parent will be asked to pick it up. The school cannot assume responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged bikes, scooters, or skateboards. Please be sure to lock your ride securely.
Students: Do not use cell phones during school hours (even texting)!
We have a limited number of phone lines. Students should only use the phones for emergencies. Please make prior arrangements with your child for inclement weather. We try not to interrupt classrooms during the day so if you need to call a teacher, you are welcome to leave a message and they will return your call when they are available.
We understand that cell phones are a wonderful way for parents and students to communicate. Policy established by the Jordan School District states: Possession of a cellular telephone by a student is a privilege that may be forfeited for any student who uses his or her cell phone inappropriately. A student who possesses a cell phone shall assume responsibility for its care. At no time shall the District be responsible for preventing theft, loss or damage to cell phones. Any cell phone use during school time is prohibited. Exceptions to this policy may be granted by school administration on a case-by-case basis to accommodate family emergencies or medical necessities.