Acts of MISCONDUCT for which the offending student is subject to removal from class include, but are not limited to the following behaviors:
A. Refusal to participate or co-operate in class activities
B. Violation of the school dress code
D. Cutting class
E. Fighting and improper physical contact
F. Displays of disrespect toward teachers, school staff, or other students
H. Use of profane, obscene, indecent, immoral or offensive language and/or gestures
I. Possession or use of tobacco, alcohol, narcotics or illegal or unauthorized chemical substances.
J. Possession of firearm on campus.
L. Intimidation of students or PAideia staff
M. Inappropriate public displays of affection towards students of the opposite sex. This includes holding hands, kissing, hugging, or spending time separate from other
N. Inappropriate comments concerning the PACES program, staff, or students on social media sites.
O. Failure to turn in homework assignments for three consecutive weeks without prior notice from parents.
P. Three consecutive absences in one semester without prior notice from parents.
Q. Violation of Intellectual Property License Agreement.
CONSEQUENCES of misconduct will include but are not limited to the following:
If the student fails to meet the requirements, the student will be required to pay the
remainder of the semester's tuition, receive an "incomplete' in the course for the
semester, and be expelled for the remainder of the semester. No credit will be given
for the semester the student was dismissed.
To be reinstated after a suspension, the student and parent(s) must meet with the Campus Headmaster.