The Student Code of Conduct is the same for all children attending schools in Pomona Unified School District.
The following rules that make up the Code were identified as behaviors that promote academic achievement: Come to school prepared to learn.
Respect the rights of others. Obey all school rules. Obey the requests of all school personnel.
1. Respect Yourself
2. Respect Others
3. Respect Your Environment
By working together, we can improve student behavior and enable all children to learn.
Pueblo's discipline program is designed to provide a safe and secure learning environment for all students. Our discipline plan uses positive reinforcement for appropriate behavior and consistent consequences for inappropriate behavior.
Students who disobey class or school rules receive consistent consequences such as
detention, loss of privileges, and office visit for conference with the assistant principal or principal, or suspension, whenever conduct is inappropriate for school according to state and district regulations.
2. Teacher records 2nd warning
3. Child spends a short time-out either in the class or with a buddy teacher. Teacher counsels child and contacts parent.
4. Administrator counsels child, records incident in office behavior log, and issues consequences such as Community Service, Time-out and contacts parents. Parent acknowledges that next incident will result in home intervention.
The following violations are punishable by suspension or the parent having to spend the entire day with the student at school, including recess and lunch periods:
Fighting, destruction of property, theft, and willful disrespect to staff, bringing knives, guns, or drugs to school and throwing rocks or dangerous objects is unacceptable. The repeated violation of any other general classroom or playground rule may also result in suspension.
Police reports will be made when necessary.
The staff of Pueblo School believes that each child has the right to learn, each teacher has the right to teach, and parental involvement and support is essential to success. Therefore, parents should encourage and support of the following:
1. Act in a safe and orderly manner.
• Walk in the hallways, playground, and when lining up with respectful hands
• Use restrooms properly without loitering
• Follow the playground and game rules
• Remain in designated supervised areas
2. Follow Directions of all school personnel the first time it is given.
Respect the rights and property of others.
• Speak politely
• Keep your hands and feet to yourself
3. Settle disputes non-violently by taking responsibility for poor choices.
• Fighting in never permitted under any circumstances
• A.B.C. (Always Be Courteous)