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Students in grades 9-12 may leave the campus during their lunch period.  Students in grades 7 & 8 must bring a note to the office from their parents [weekly] stating the days that they wish to leave campus.  Students are not to drive or ride in a vehicle during their lunch period.  Students should be reminded that open campus is a privilege.  Behaviors like fighting, walking in the middle of the street, having water fights and littering are grounds on which the open campus privilege might be denied or revoked. *See hot lunch program description [accounting program] end of handbook.

Students restricted from open campus privilege include-

1.

Students failing two or more classes at a grade reporting period.

2.

Unacceptable behavior to include [but not limited to]- being in/at vehicles, littering, walking in the street, fighting, truancy, prohibited behaviors, being in unassigned areas of the building, returning tardy from lunch.

3.

Students found in restricted areas [wings] of the building.

     4.   Any student dropped from a class for being removed for the third time----Loss of O/C remainder of the school year or a min. 9 weeks.

[RESTRICTED TO THE LUNCHROOM AND MUST CHECK OUT WITH THE SUPERVISOR FOR ALL REASONS]

[Students who violate/disregard applied restrictions will be suspended from school] *See eligibility.

STUDENT HEALTH, WELL-BEING AND SAFETY

Safety Statement

The Seymour Community School would like to stress that the safety of students, staff and visitors is a priority.  It is very important that anyone who is in the school or on school property should conduct himself or herself carefully and with concern for their own and other's safety.  Students [knowledgeable adults] are encouraged to notify teachers or the administration of risks of injury or harm to themselves or others.  A few other safety reminders include, but are not limited to:  students should always walk down the right side of the hallway, obey all traffic laws when entering and leaving the school grounds, no running or yelling in the hallways, no pushing and shoving in the hallways and always beware of traffic when crossing the street between the school and the parking lots.

Emergency Drills—

Periodically the school holds emergency drills.  At the beginning of each semester, teachers will notify students of the procedures to follow in the event of an emergency.  All students and staff will participate and adhere to the predetermined emergency drills and procedures. Emergency procedures and proper exit areas are posted in all rooms.

Students are expected to remain quiet and orderly during a drill or an emergency.  Students who pull the fire alarm or call in false alarms, in addition to being disciplined under the school district's policies, rules and regulations, may be reported to law enforcement officials.

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