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“Today the School,

“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” Section I –Student Responsibilities Scholar Accountability • Scholars should not be allowed to leave any classroom unless for an emergency. If a student forgets his/her materials for class or needs to talk to another teacher, it is not considered an emergency. Advise students to make arrangements with other instructions prior to coming to class. • When granting permission to leave the classroom, all instructors should provide students with a hall or health suite pass; students without a pass should be prohibited from entering or exiting the classroom, which ensures that students are accountable and safe during the school day. • Any visitor throughout the building, including parents who wish to visit classrooms without an appointment, without a visitor pass should be redirected to the main office. • All schedule changes for students can only be made after the approval and/or clearance from administration. Schedule changes will only be made during the first two weeks of schools and students are expected to follow their original schedules until notification is received by the grade-level administrator and/or counselor. • Students are not allowed to be in classrooms unsupervised during lunch, planning and after school. • Students are not allowed in the teacher workroom, mailroom or copier room unless approved by the administration. • Food and drinks are prohibited outside of the cafeteria unless for the following reasons: medical requirement, mandated IEP accommodation or other reasons pre-approved by administration. • Students should not be given school keys or FOBs to gain access to any part of the building. Textbook & Supply Loan Textbooks are loaned to students for use during the school year. Teachers will issue book slips to be completed and signed, in ink, by both students and parents. The name of the student and his/her classification must be written on the bookplate as soon as the book is received. Textbooks will be issued only when the student has cleared prior obligations and presents a signed slip for each book. Parents are responsible for paying for any book that is lost or severely damaged. 23

“Today the School, Tomorrow the World. Global Education for a Global Society” Cheating & Plagiarism Cheating is a direct infraction according to the expectations of Theodore Roosevelt High School the DCMR, chapter 25. Any student caught in the act of cheating or other forms of academic dishonesty will face possible suspension and or immediate removal from the RHS program. Plagiarism is copying or imitating the language, ideas or thoughts of another person and passing them off as one's original work. Plagiarism and all other forms of cheating will not be tolerated under any circumstances. Students should never pass someone else's findings off as their own, when writing down someone’s exact words, you must cite the source according to the format determined by the instructor (i.e. APA Style Citation, MLA Citation, etc.); when you borrow someone's ideas, identify the author or artist. Borrowing without acknowledgment is plagiarism. Plagiarism is stealing. It is dishonest. It is also intellectually lazy. Teachers should review this policy with students: 1st Offense – Verbal Warning 2nd Offense – Suspension 3rd Offense – Report incident to the principal with recommendation for removal from the RHS program. Disciplinary Policy & Student Accountability It is the policy of DCPS as defined in “Chapter 25” (http://dcps.dc.gov/chapter25) that a safe environment conducive to learning is maintained to provide equal and appropriate educational opportunities for all students. Only Tier 3 referrals or higher should be reported immediately to administrators, Tier 1 and 2 behaviors must be managed in the classroom unless behaviors are continuous and persistent. Major disruptions to the classroom environment and learning are viewed as a serious, behavioral offenses and instructors should contact the respective grade-level dean of students immediately for support. RHS will apply a fair and consistent approach to student discipline, within the context of the student’s rights and responsibilities, and will remain in effect throughout school hours, on school premises, when transporting students on trips, and during any school-sponsored activity. For additional information regarding DCPS’ Student Accountability Policy, reference the full policy in the appendix section of this handbook. 24

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