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Behavioral Expectations and Consequences

Behavioral Expectations

 All of the specific school rules relate to these three behaviors. For more specific information, see the Parent/Student Handbook.
 All students are expected to... 

¨ Behave safely, respectfully and responsibly.

¨ Behave in a manner which allows teachers to teach and students to learn.

¨ Behave in a manner which does not interfere with their ability to learn and the ability ofothers to learn.

¨ Come to school with a positive attitude, ready to learn

¨Come to school with necessary materials to learn –including, books, homework, pencils, paper, etc

Behavior Consequences/Suspension

Our intention is that our school environment be a positive and successful one.  At some times and under some circumstances, it may become necessary to suspend a student from school.  According to Travis USD Board Policy, 5114(c), and California Education Code, 48900, students may be suspended from school. Again, see the Parent/Student Handbook for more specifics.