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wear spaghetti strap tops, tube tops or halter tops. Their tops must be long enough to meet skirts or pants at the waist.  Boys and girls may wear shorts [no short-shorts].  Under certain circumstances or during certain classes or activities a stricter dress code may be appropriate, and students must comply with the stricter requirement.

Coats are to be put in lockers prior to 8:30 and not to be worn on school campus during the school day [exception-leaving/returning from Tec building or from open campus]. Caps/hats/hoodies/bandannas/head apparel are not to worn in any area of the school complex during school hours 7:30-4:00 daily [exception Elem. Recess]. Items [clothing/etc.], which are long/loose enough to cause danger of tripping [themselves or others], will not be worn. Students inappropriately dressed will be warned and be required to change their clothing. Repeated disregard will warrant discipline measures. The Principal makes the final determination of the appropriateness of the student’s appearance.

Removal from Class

A student may be removed from a class if he/she creates a disruption in class.  Disruption is defined as behavior, which prohibits teaching from taking place, defying a teacher, or refusal to follow a teacher's directions.  Repetitious misconduct in a class may result in permanent removal from class.  Students removed from a class will report to the office. They will receive a grade of "F" and may be placed in the office/another room or study hall.

If a student is a class disciplinary problem, refuses to participate in class / class performances, will not do homework, comes unprepared to class, or shows through speech, manner, or action contempt for the teacher or the learning environment- that student may be subject to removal from the class. The third removal from a class will result in the student being dropped from the class. Their grade will be figured from points earned versus grading period total points. The student will lose their “student in good standing” status and will be ineligible for all school sponsored activities, trips, and assemblies during that semester. ***Steps to this process [see below] may be skipped or lengthened [by the Principal] for students with special education needs or if a student poses a health or safety threat to themselves or others. This may warrant special attention in vocational classes where dangerous equipment is used. See procedure as described below:  

1.   1st removal--Parent notification by instructor/principal--written or verbal.

2.   2nd removal--meeting with Parent, Teacher, and Principal. Formulate a written education / behavior contract.

3.   Failure to meet the requirements of the contract may result in removal from the class and placement in study hall.        Loss of eligibility and “student in good standing” status.

4.   Steps to this process may be skipped in extreme situations. Example— severe insubordination, violence or aggression.

5. Students who drop below the required number of classes [class load] suffer loss of:

         Class rank position

Student in good standing status

All eligibility-activities. *See Prom/Sr. class trip

**A student sent out of class {for discipline reasons} must report immediately to the Principal’s Office. The student will remain in the office until dealt with by the Principal. Failure to report immediately to the Principal’s office will result in further discipline measures, which may include ISS/OSS and loss of eligibility.

Removal procedures—Profanity, credible threats of violence, destruction of public property and the refusal to follow the lawful instructions of school employees will not be tolerated. Any student outburst that disrupts the orderly and efficient operation of a safe school environment will require the involvement of area law enforcement and the filing of disorderly conduct charges.---- See IHSAA Good Conduct policy / See Code of Iowa.

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