The student shall not:
1. Violate the District’s policies or procedures on student discipline;
2. Use a beverage containing alcohol (except for religious purposes);
3. Use tobacco in any form;
4. Use, possess, buy, sell, barter, or distribute any illegal substances or paraphernalia.
Use, possess, buy, sell, barter, or distribute any object that is or could be considered a weapon or any item that is a “look alike” weapon. This prohibition does not prohibit legal use of weapons in cooking and in sports, such as archery, martial arts practice, target shooting, hunting, or skeet;
Attend a party or other gathering and/or ride in a vehicle where alcoholic beverages and/or controlled substances are being consumed by minors;
Act in an unsportsmanlike manner;
Vandalize or steal;
Haze other students;
Violate the written rules for the activity or sport;
Behave in a manner that is detrimental to the good of the group or school;
Be insubordinate or disrespectful toward the activity’s sponsors or team’s coaching staff;
Falsify any information contained on any permit or permission form required by the activity of sport.
Students who are accused of violating the Code of Conduct for Extracurricular Activities are entitled to the following due process:
1. The student should be advised of the disciplinary infraction with which he or she is being charged.
2. The student shall be entitled to a hearing before an appropriate administrator.
3. The student will be able to respond to any charges leveled against him or her.
4. The student may provide any additional information he or she wishes for the administrator to consider.
5. The administrator, with the help of other staff members if needed, may interview material witnesses or others with evidence concerning the case.
6. If the administrator finds, after reviewing the evidence, that the violation occurred, he or she will contact the parent(s)/guardian(s) and may impose sanctions on the student, as follows:
Sanctions for violations other than drugs, tobacco, and alcohol will be based on the nature of the offense and the number of offenses, and may include suspension from all activities or sports:
A specified period of time or percentage of events, competitions, or practices
The remainder of the season or for the next season
The remainder of the student’s grade school career
Sanctions for alcohol, tobacco, and other drug violations will be based on the following:
Use, possession, buying, selling, bartering, or distributing: A suspension for the next five (5) contests of that season (this may carry over to the following season within a school year or the following school year if there are less than five contests left in the existing season).
Attendance at a party or riding in a vehicle where alcoholic beverages and/or controlled substances are being consumed by someone other than a parent/guardian: A suspension of the next two (2) contests of that season (this may carry over to the following season within a school year or the following school year if there are less than two contests left in the existing season).
The student will be required to practice with the group, regardless of the violation (unless suspended or expelled from school).