Code of Conduct

  • 新加坡六合彩官网 is committed to partnering with you and your family to make sure all students have the social, emotional, behavioral and academic skills they need to succeed in life. The Code of Student Conduct Book (English | Spanish) guides our district staff, students and families in developing safe, participatory, and productive learning environments and disciplinary practices.


    Code of Conduct Book
    To speak to someone regarding the 新加坡六合彩官网 Code of Student Conduct Book, contact our  at 484-258-7038.

    Academic and School Concerns
    To speak to someone regarding academic and/or school concerns, please use the below chart. If you cannot determine whom to call, contact the District Office at 484-258-7032 ext. 01205.

    School Concerns FlowChart

Your Rights and Responsibilities as 新加坡六合彩官网 Families

    • To be treated fairly and respectfully by all school and district staff, and to treat everyone in the school community with respect.

    • To talk with your child about the Code of Student Conduct (available in school and online at ) and school rules.

    • To receive information and work with the school principal, teachers, and other staff to support your child’s academic, social/emotional, or behavioral needs.

    • To ensure that your child has an opportunity to express his/her side of the story before any disciplinary action and to advocate for appropriate supportive interventions.

    • To be notified promptly of consequences assigned and appeal disciplinary actions taken.

Code of Conduct

Five Principles of Student Behavior

  • The Code of Student Conduct is based on five principles that provide an important foundation to guide behavior. These principles outline the conduct and behavior students are expected to meet every day:

    1. My words, actions and attitudes demonstrate respect for others and myself at all times.

    • Keep hands, feet and objects and/or physical actions to self.
    • Promptly deliver all school communications to parents/guardians 

    2. I demonstrated pride in myself, in my future, and in my school by arriving on time, dressed appropriately, and prepared to focus on my studies.

    • Demonstrate responsibility
    • Attend school and all classes daily and on time
    • Come to school prepared to learn
    • Follow the district's dress and grooming policy
    • Make up all the work when absent

    3. I always seek the most peaceful means of resolving conflict and obtain the assistance of teachers, administrators or school staff when I cannot resolve conflicts on my own.

    • Refrain from using profanity, insults, rumors, lies, and threats against someone in writing, verbally, or on social media or other electronic communication.

    4. I seek to correct any harm I have caused to others in the school community.

    • Promote a climate of mutual respect and dignity by behaving respectfully towards others and property. 
    • Comply with all laws, district rules, and regulations

    5. I take pride in promoting a safe and clean learning environment at my school.

    • Respect the rights of students, teachers, administrators, and all others.
    • Take appropriate care in using district facilities, books, computers, and other equipment.
    • Reading High School students must have their student ID on their person at all times while in the building, and it must be presented upon request. All students who use district transportation must have their ID or bus pass to ride the bus. 

What Should I Do If I Believe My Student is a victim of bullying?

  • A person is bullied when he or she is exposed, repeatedly and over time, to negative actions on the part of one or more other persons, and he or she has difficulty defending himself or herself.

    This definition of bullying has three major components: First, it is aggressive behavior that involves unwanted, negative actions. Second, bullying typically involves a pattern of intentional behavior repeated over time. Third, it involves an imbalance of power or strength.

    You should notify the school principal, assistant principal or main office staff as quickly as possible if you believe your student is a victim of bullying.