On the third visit, a second written warning or a suspension notice will be given. On the fourth visit, the student may be dismissed from school. The discipline procedure is a guideline. All disciplinary actions are at the discretion of the Principal. It is very important that the home and School cooperate fully in the discipline of students.
To do so violates Scripture and tears down the credibility of the School and teacher. Matthew 18 teaches Christians the proper way to handle disagreements. Robinson Township Christian School uses this model as the method to resolve differences. Demerits can be given by ANY teacher to a student for the following: 1.
Late arrival for class as determined by the classroom rules of the teacher 2. Student is in the hallway during class time without a hall pass 3. Student is in possession of a hall pass that indicates an excessive length of time outside the classroom without an explanation or teacher approval 4.
Disrespectful attitude or response to faculty 5. Dress code violations. Demerits are not for academic infractions.
Demerit Accumulation: 1. Every 3 demerits will result in a lunch time detention. Demerits will accumulate during each week and but will reset to zero at the end of each week. After 3 lunch detentions, the student will be required to serve an after school detention. Accumulation of lunch detentions will reset at the end of each marking period. Demerits will not be communicated to parents until they result in a detention. All detentions lunch and after school will be communicated to parents.
Detention, Suspension, and Expulsion 1. Detention will be served after school from p. The student has two weeks to make the proper arrangements. All detentions will be documented in the School office. During an in-school suspension, students will sit alone in the office.
They will receive zeros for all grades during the period of suspension. During an out-of-school suspension, students are not permitted on school grounds, nor are they permitted to participate in school activities. Students will receive zeros for all grades during the period of suspension. A written notice will be sent to confirm the suspension. Electronic Device Policy The use of Electronic Devices for school work, including laptops and graphing calculators, is a privilege and inappropriate use will result in the cancellation of those privileges.
Violation of this policy will also result in disciplinary action. Use of cell phones and other devices not essential to daily academic functions, will only be permitted before and after school, or with teacher permission. In addition, each student should show courtesy to coaches and directors and ask permission before using such devices during extracurricular activities.
Harassment and Bullying Policy RTCS intends to provide all enrolled students, in every grade, an environment that is free of offensive behavior. Conduct, whether intentional or unintentional, that subjects another person to unwanted attention, or to comments or actions because of race, national origin, age, gender, physical characteristics, or disability robs the person of dignity and is not permitted. Any student who is verbally or physically abusive or disrespectful of any other student or person will be subject to corrective action and discipline, possibly including suspension or expulsion.
Rated 4. What type of people should praise the Lord? He prompts and leads and woos and persuades but He does not force. If that is the case, then may be you are not even saved yet. Thirdly, a turning from sin or the devil and a turning unto God.
Internet Use The Internet provides enormous potential, both as a tool for teaching and support for learners. Robinson Township Christian School, to the extent possible, has taken precautions to restrict access to educationally inappropriate curriculum materials via the Internet. Therefore, the use of the Internet must be in support of education and research and consistent with the educational objective of RTCS. Transmission of any material in violation of any U.
Users will not transmit, download, upload, duplicate, or create any threatening or obscene materials, which are intended to embarrass, harass, or dispute the educational and Christian environment of the School. Use of the system for commercial solicitation is prohibited. Use for product advertisement or public lobbying is also prohibited. Privileges - The use of the Internet is a privilege—not a right—and inappropriate use will result in the cancellation of those privileges. Each student who receives access will be held responsible for usage. The Administration or its designee will deem what is appropriate use, and its decision is final.
Network Guidelines - Users are expected to abide by the generally accepted rules of network etiquette. These include, but are not limited to, the following:. Be polite. Do not get abusive in your messages to others. Use appropriate language. Do not swear, use vulgarities or any other inappropriate language. Illegal activities are strictly forbidden.
Users should not reveal personal addresses, phone numbers, or social security numbers. Users should not use the Internet to intentionally obtain or modify files, passwords, and data belonging to others.
Electronic mail and other materials created by the user are not private. Users have no expectation of privacy for any materials created, copied, downloaded, or accessed by the user on the workstation, including hard copies of such materials. The Administration has access to all materials on the system, including e-mail. Do not use the network in such a way that would disrupt the use of the network by other users. All communications and information accessible via the Internet must be assumed to be the private property of the author and must be properly documented. Users should not load or use unauthorized games, programs, files, or other electronic media.
Users should not destroy, modify, or abuse the network hardware and software. Users should not create links to other networks whose content or purpose would violate these guidelines. Users should not use the network for non-work or non-school-related work. Warranties - RTCS makes no warranties of any kind, whether expressed or implied, for the service it is providing.
RTCS will not be responsible for any damages suffered. RTCS specifically denies any responsibility of the accuracy or quality of information obtained through its services. Security - Security on any computer is a high priority, especially when the system involves many users. Attempts to log into the computer, network, or Internet as a system administrator or under a username other than the one given to the student will result in cancellation of user privileges or disciplinary action.
Any user identified as a security risk or having a history of problems with other computer systems may be denied access to the Internet. This includes, but is not limited to, the intentional uploading or creation of computer viruses, or any illegal or improper use of the Internet or accessed equipment.
The Use of the Internet in Schools. The National Association of Head Teachers. Pittsburgh City Schools. Internet Usage Policy. West Islip Public Schools. Association of Coordinators and Teachers of Internet Technology. The Administrator or faculty member has the primary role of seizing banned materials and will take precautions not to deliberately involve other students.
Sexual Harassment Policy Robinson Township Christian School is committed to maintaining an academic environment where all individuals treat one another with dignity and respect and that is free from all forms of intimidation, exploitation, and harassment, including sexual harassment. RTCS is prepared to take action to prevent and correct any violations of this policy. Anyone who violates this policy will be subject to discipline, up to and including termination or expulsion.
Submission to, or rejection of, the conduct by the individual is used as the basis of academic decisions affecting the individual.
Submission to, or rejection of, the conduct by the individual is used as the basis for any decision affecting the individual regarding benefits and services, honors, programs, or activities available at or through the School. Examples of Harassment Unwelcome conduct of this type includes a wide range of verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature.
Among the types of conduct that would violate this policy include: 1. Unwanted sexual advances or proposition. Offering academic benefits in exchange for sexual favors. Making or threatening reprisals after a negative response to sexual advances. Visual conduct such as leering, making sexual gestures, displaying sexually suggestive objects or pictures, cartoons or posters.
Verbal conduct such as making or using derogatory comments, epithets, slurs, and jokes. Physical conduct such as touching, assaulting, impeding, or blocking movements. All forms of sexual harassment are prohibited including student to student; employee to student and student to employee.
What to Do If You Experience or Observe Harassment Students who feel that they have been subjected to conduct of a harassing nature are encouraged to promptly report the matter to one of the following school officials. Students who observe conduct of a sexually harassing nature are also encouraged to report the matter to one of the school officials listed below. All complaints will be promptly investigated.