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Athletic extracurricular and co curricular code of conduct

Athletic, Extracurricular and Co-Curricular Code of Conduct


Overview of athletic extracurricular and co curricular code of conduct

Overview of Athletic, Extracurricular and Co-Curricular Code of Conduct

  • The policy covers students in grades 7-12.

  • The slate is not wiped clean when you leave Nagel Middle School.


Athletics

Academic quiz team

Baseball

Basketball

Bowling

Cheerleading

Cross country

Dance team

Football

Golf

Gymnastics

Soccer

Softball

Swimming/Diving

Tennis

Track

Volleyball

Wrestling

Athletics


Extra curricular activities

A Cappella

Anderson Renaissance Committee (ARC)

Band

Bowling

Class Officers

Dodge Ball

Drama

Fiddle

Flag Corps

Golf

Jazz Band

Key Club

Lacrosse

Mariachi

Math Counts

Mock Trial Team

Musical

NEED

Newspaper

Orchestra

Pep Band

Percussion

Powder Puff Football

S.A.L.T.

Showstoppers

Sportsmanship

Student Council

Vocal Music Courses/Groups

Yearbook

P.R.I.D.E

Extra-Curricular Activities


Co curricular

Co-Curricular

  • Band

  • Vocal Music

  • Newspaper

  • Orchestra

  • Yearbook

  • Flag Corp


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Athletic, Extracurricular, and Co-Curricular Code of Conduct

Participation in these activities is a

privilege and not a right.


Pledge forms

Pledge Forms

  • Students and Parents Must Sign Pledge Forms.

  • Failure to turn in forms will result in removal from sport or activity until forms are submitted.


When is the policy in effect

When is the policy in effect?

  • The policy applies during the school year 24-7.

  • The policy applies during summer events (ex. camp) for your sport or activity.

  • The policy applies during the summer once the date of the official season and/or activity begins.


Offenses and violations

Offenses and Violations

  • Violations of the Student Code of Conduct

  • Use, sale, consumption or possession of tobacco, alcohol, or illegal controlled substances.

  • Students who host a party with alcohol or other illegal controlled substances


Offenses and violations cont d

Offenses and Violations-cont’d

  • Disruptive behavior and misconduct

  • Disrespect to officials or other school personnel

  • Failure to return equipment

  • Failure to maintain the academic requirements


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Offenses and Violations-cont’d

  • Conviction of a violation of any law.

  • Violation of individual coaches’/advisors’ rules.


Self referral policy

Self Referral Policy

  • A student may voluntarily seek assistance with an alcohol, drug, or tobacco addiction by self-referral to their coach/advisor, AD, or school administrator.


Consequences for violating

Consequences for Violating

First Offense:

  • Removal for 365 days

  • May apply for reinstatement

  • Under no circumstances may a student be reinstated earlier than two weeks after initial removal.


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Consequences for Violating

Second Offense:

  • Removal for 365 days

  • No possibility of reinstatement until end of 365 days.


Consequences for violating2

Consequences for Violating

More than two offenses:

  • Permanently removed from all activities


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