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Code of Conduct

Behavioral Expectations of Students

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Students are expected to behave in accordance with the Patriot Way. The Patriot Way emphasizes that students must be safe, respectful, and responsible in order to create a learning environment that is conducive to student success. Students are expected to maintain this successful learning environment by doing the following:


Be Safe:
  • Follow directions and safety procedures
  • Use equipment, furniture, and materials properly
  • Enter and exit buildings in an orderly fashion. 
  • Stay in designated student areas
     
Be Respectful:
  • Treat property with respect.
  • Treat others the way you want to be treated
  • Use good manners and positive language
  • Maintain a clean and inviting campus.
  • Dress professionally and appropriately
  • Actively listen to classmates, teachers, and guests. 
 
Be Responsible:
  • Remind others to follow the rules 
  • Actively participate and be responsible for your own learning/behavior.
  • Ask questions and get help when needed. 
  • Clean up after yourself.
Pioneer High School Intervention Protocol

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Pioneer's teachers, administration, and staff will follow the protocol below when implementing behavioral interventions or assigning consequences in order to support students in following school behavioral expectations.

PHS Intervention Protocol
The WJUSD Progressive Discipline Plan (Grades 7-12)

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Please click HERE to access the WJUSD Progressive Discipline plan , which details the district-wide planned responses to negative student behavior grades 7-12.  As negative student behavior continues, the Progressive Discipline plan details the increasing consequences intended to curb the negative behaviors.

We encourage you to review these details with your student(s) so that they are aware of what behaviors are expected of them and the consequences for negative behaviors.