The C.A.S.H. Code of Conduct Policy is intended to provide a progressive model of discipline for infractions of school based rules. Students who are found to be in violation of these rules are subject to detention, parental conferences, in-school suspension, out of school suspension, referral to the Crisis and Intervention Center, transfer to an alternative school and expulsion. While every attempt will be made to keep students in school, certain behaviors will result in more than just detention. The following is a partial list of school violations and the consequences for such behaviors. 

    1. Tardy to class
    2. Cutting class
    3. Profanity/obscene language
    4. Classroom disruption
    5. Disrespectful behavior
    6. Presence in an area off-limits to students

    In most cases, the above infractions will result in an after school detention. Repeated violations will result in additional detentions, parental conferences or suspension.

    More serious infractions will result in immediate parental conferences, suspension, referral to CIC or expulsion.  Some of these infractions include:

    1. Leaving the building without authority
    2. Assault and battery
    3. Bullying or threatening
    4. Sexual harassment
    5. Damage or theft of school or private property
    6. Smoking in the building or on school grounds
    7. Possession of a controlled substance
    8. Possession of a dangerous weapon 

    Finally, the use of cell phones, headphones or other electronic devices is strictly prohibited within the building. The only exception to this rule is in the cafeteria during breakfast or lunch. Violation of this policy will result in confiscation of the device for the remainder of the school day. Students found to be in violation of this policy a second time will be required to serve detention and turn in their phone/device the next 10 days they attend school.