TORAH HIGH’S CODE OF CONDUCT
Torah High promotes positive student behaviour and places much emphasis on ensuring appropriate interactions in order to uphold a safe and secure learning environment.
Students at Torah High are expected to:
- Act safely and responsibly at all times
- Respect teachers and all other students
- Speak and behave appropriately at all times
- Respect school property
- Arrive to classes on time and attend classes regularly
- Place effort into their classwork and complete assignments on time
Consequences of Misconduct:
Consequences of misconduct may include, but are not limited to, verbal warning, suspension, expulsion, and when warranted, the contacting of local authorities. The following is the procedure that the Torah High administration will follow when there is a report of misconduct in the classroom.
First Occurrence: Verbal warning
Second Occurrence: The parent/guardian is called by a member of the administration
Third Occurrence: The principal may suspend a student from Torah High for a maximum of two weeks.
Final Occurrence: The principal will ask that the parents withdraw their child from Torah High, resulting in an expulsion. In such a case, no refunds will be given, and the student will lose their credit.
OFFENCES WHICH MAY LEAD TO SUSPENSION
A student may be suspended from Torah High for the following behaviors including, but not limited to, the following:
- Unacceptable classroom behavior towards peers and/or teachers, such as cursing, bullying, uttering threats, excessive talking with peers during class, inappropriate usage of cell phones and/or other devices, vandalism, and inflicting or encouraging others to causing bodily harm toward others.
- Persistent unauthorized tardiness and/or absence from class
OFFENCES WHICH MAY RESULT IN EXPULSION
A student from Torah High may be expelled for the following reasons:
- Being in possession of, or being under the influence of, alcohol
- Having possession of, or being under the influence of, illegal drugs
- Having possession and/or usage of any weapon
- Continuing to misbehave after ample warning
- A second incidence of plagiarism or cheating
- Absenteeism from nine Torah High classes