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BCP Student Handbook

School begins at 8:15 A.M.  Students are not allowed in the building until 7:55 A.M.,
unless they are enrolled in Before Care.  Supervision is not provided before 7:55
A.M.  Parents who drive their children to school must get into the carpool line on F
Edward Hebert Blvd. At 7:55 the carpool line for BCP will proceed past Belle
Chasse Elementary (BCE) and follow the driveway to the carpool loop in the back of
BCP. The children will be unloaded by BCP staff. Cars are not allowed in the front
horseshoe driveway of BCE or in the bus driveway at BCP during take-in. If a child
arrives after 8:15 he or she is tardy and a parent must walk the child into the office
to check the child into school. After 8:15, follow the carpool driveway past the
playground to the front of BCP to check your child in to the office. 

 Morning and afternoon carpool lines begin on F. Edward Hebert.  Please
proceed to the end of the line, do not cut in front of other cars waiting in line.
Follow directions of the crossing guard on duty.
 In the morning at 7:55, the duty teacher will signal for the car line to pull
around.  In the afternoon, a teacher will signal for the line to start when
dismissal begins at 3:15. The BCP carpool line will proceed past BCE,
remaining in the right lane of the driveway. There is NO PASSING allowed
in the carpool lane. Families that have both BCP and BCE students will drop
off their BCE student with the duty person stationed at the corner of the BCE
cafeteria and then continue to follow the line to the BCP carpool loop. Please
do not pass BCE carpool cars.
 Stay in your car at all times and drive around until the duty teacher informs
you to stop. Cars will enter the carpool loop by the Head Start building.
 For your child’s safety, please do not drop off your child until a teacher is on
duty. Please have your student ready to quickly exit the car on the driver’s
side of the car. Students should be seated in the backseat of the car. 
 Our carpool line is within the school zone and is considered a “HANDS FREE
DEVICE ZONE”.  This means you cannot use your cell phone using your
hands once the carpool line begins.  
 Do not park your car in the parking lot, in front of the school, or any other
place on campus to walk your child to and from school.  Students are to be
dropped off only in the carpool line. 
 All students MUST be picked up by 3:30. If you cannot pick up by 3:30,
register your child for after-school care.
 If you need your child earlier than 3:15 for an appointment, please keep in
mind that you must check your child out of school before 2:45 p.m. 
Checkouts take place through the office, and CHECKOUTS are not allowed
AFTER 2:45 p.m.
 If your child is tardy, you must accompany your child to the office using the
front door of the building.

The goal of the Plaquemines Parish School Board Transportation Department is to
provide safe transportation to and from school. Students will be picked up and
dropped off at the nearest stop to their address of record or an address approved by
school officials as per the student’s transportation plan. Every student must have a
transportation plan completed at the beginning of the school year to establish
permanent pick up and drop off locations. Changes to the transportation plan must
be made in person in the school office. In the event of an extreme emergency,
contact the school office to make transportation arrangements. 
Insert car pool procedures
Check with your child’s teacher about a schedule and procedures regarding snack.
Please send healthy snacks such as fruit, string cheese, and crackers. Do not send
candy or other sugary treats for snack. When selecting snack and lunch items to
send to school, be sure to select items that your child can open independently.

In order to protect instructional time, we discourage any classroom interruptions.  If
you would like to schedule a conference with your child’s teacher, please call the
office in advance, email the teacher or send a note in your child’s communication
folder. If your child is absent and you would like to get the work for the day, please
call before 10:00 a.m. and the teacher will have it for you after 3:30.  Teachers are
scheduled to be at work for 7:50 A.M.  At that time, they are on duty and attending
to the needs of their students.  Teachers are NOT available to meet with parents at
this time.

When sending a check or money to school, please put it in an envelope and on the
outside write: your child's name, teacher’s name, amount of money, and the
purpose of money. Make checks payable to BELLE CHASSE PRIMARY SCHOOL.

Every student will be given a take home folder.  This folder will go home at a
minimum every Tuesday. Graded tests and all school notices regarding early
dismissal, upcoming holidays and upcoming events will be placed in the
communication folder. Notices will also be sent through School Dojo and/or School
Messenger phone calls/email.  Please make sure to check your child’s schoolbag
daily and especially on Tuesday for the communication folder. Please sign your
child’s papers and return in the communication folder on the next school day. 
Please remove all school notices to refer to at a later time.
The classes of BCP are equipped with computers, Chromebooks and internet
access. The Plaquemines Parish School Board has programs to filter out particular
computer sites for the safety of all students. In order for a child to use the Internet,
parental consent and student agreement must be signed and returned.

Field trips are enriching experiences to support the school curriculum and a good
way to promote good behavior.  No smoking or drinking of alcoholic beverages are
allowed by chaperones. Children with habitual discipline problems will not be
allowed to go on field trips unless their parent or guardian accompanies them.  No
field trip money will be collected after the specific due date.  Children who bring field
trip money in after the due date will not be allowed to attend the field trip.  NO
REFUNDS will be given on field trips. If chaperones are needed, it will be on a
limited basis.  ALL chaperones must attend the Field Trip In-service, sign in, wear a
visitor’s badge and follow all chaperone guidelines.  If a student’s behavior should
create a problem on any school field trip, he/she will not be allowed on future field
trips unless the child’s parent(s) accompanies the child.  This would be done at the
discretion of the classroom teacher and administration.
Due to schedules, security procedures, and locked exterior doors at BCP, we are
asking you to be mindful about checkout times. Please avoid checking out students
during recess or enrichment. If you come during those times, you will be asked to
wait in the office until your child returns to class. Refer to the master schedule on
page 3 for recess and enrichment times for your child’s grade level.  (Please note:
Times vary on a half day of school.) 
All student checkouts must be done before 2:45. Checkout after 2:45 is not allowed.
Any time there are changes in your child’s daily schedule (transportation, checkout)
please send a note to your child’s teacher. If a child checks in or out for any reason,
he/she will not receive Perfect Attendance.
 All visitors MUST report to the office with a driver’s license for a visitor's pass
to check in and out of the school building.
 When checking a child out, the office will notify the teacher to release the child
once the photo ID is checked and emergency card is checked.  Parents should
wait in the office for their child to be released.  Students checked out during
the day must be signed out by a parent or guardian whose name is listed on
the child’s emergency card.  If a child returns to school the same day, he/she
must be accompanied to the office by the parent or guardian and checked
back in.
 Lunch time visitors are welcome in the cafeteria, beginning September 5,
giving students the first weeks of school to learn cafeteria procedures and
expectations.  Lunch visitors will only be allowed to eat with family
members/friends listed on their emergency card. 
 Visitors are asked not to take (or post) pictures of students other than their own.
 In respect for our learning environment, we ask that all visitors dress modestly
and appropriately while maintaining a soft voice in the building at all times. 
 All visitors MUST conduct themselves in a manner that is appropriate while on
premises. If inappropriate behavior or language is used, that visitor will be
escorted from the premises immediately. 
In the event of a crisis at school, parents must be aware of the following:
 Do not attempt to rush to the school since multiple vehicles may block access of
emergency vehicles and personnel. Information and instructions for release of
students will be given at a designated gathering site.
 Remain at the numbers you have given for emergency contact so that you can be
contacted if needed. School Dojo and/or School Messenger may be used to send a
phone call or email with emergency information.
 Listen to WWL-TV, WWL 870 AM radio or visit the PPSB website for information.
 An emergency situation may call for evacuation of students, the sheltering of
students in place or a lock down. Be prepared to wait until your child can safely be
 Strict release procedures will be enforced. Be sure to update the names and
numbers of persons on school emergency contact lists as needed. 
A school nurse is a professional registered nurse, licensed in Louisiana and skilled in
health assessment of school children. School nurses conduct health screenings, provide
emergency first aid, monitor students’ compliance with state immunization laws, and
provide other health related services. If students’ immunizations are not up to date, they
are to be excluded from school until the proper immunizations are obtained. 
Screenings are done by the school nurse on all Head Start, Pre-K, Kindergarten and first
grade students.  
Students who have a fever or show signs of a disease should not be sent to school.
Students must be fever free and free of diarrhea and vomiting for 24 hours before
returning to school. If a child is absent from school for a period of five consecutive days
with any illness or has had a communicable disease, he/she must present a DOCTOR's
CERTIFICATE, in order to be readmitted.  If your child has developed head lice, please
inform your child's teacher. The faculty and staff keep a close watch on this issue, and
parental cooperation is needed to prevent the spread of infections and infestations.
The only medications allowed to be administered by the nurse are behavior modification
medications, asthma inhalers, insect sting allergy medication, and seizure medication as
prescribed by a physician. In order for a school to administer this medication, proper
paperwork must be filled out by the physician and the parent and returned to school
before the medication can be given. The medication must be brought to school by a
parent or guardian in the original container and left with the school nurse. The medication
must be counted by the nurse and signed in by the parent/guardian. A student is NOT
allowed to bring the medication back and forth to school.  Children are NOT allowed to
have any medication in their possession on school grounds, including cough drops. The
medication policy is available in the school office. This paperwork must be completed
each year.
Sometimes children become ill at school, and a parent will be called to pick the child up
from school. It is very important to continually update telephone numbers in the office and
with the teacher.  Emergency cards will be sent home the first week of school.  Please
return the card to school the following day.  We NEED at least TWO local phone numbers
to call in case of an emergency.  THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!
Students will enter the cafeteria silently and remain silent while the serving line is
open. When everyone is seated, students will be allowed to quietly talk with friends
seated around them. If the noise level becomes too loud, the cafeteria will return to
silence. When it is time to begin dismissal, the cafeteria will be silent. Students not
following the procedures will be asked to move to the “Take a Break” table. All
visitors will be expected to also adhere to silence during serving and dismissal times
as well. Breakfast and lunch may be purchased or brought from home. All students will
receive a Free/Reduced Lunch application that needs to be completed.  After
applications are completed and returned to school, students who qualify for free or
reduced lunch will be notified through the cafeteria.
 Student regular cost - $0.75, reduced cost - $.30, teacher & visitor cost -$2.65,
 Student regular cost - $1.25, reduced cost - $.40, teacher's cost - $4.00, visitor- $4.75
extra milk is $.50 and juice is $.50 Teacher and visitor amounts are subject to change.
Any students that eat breakfast at school must be in the cafeteria by 8:15 A.M. All
students will be encouraged to pay by the week or by the month.  Collecting money
each day takes valuable teaching time. Please indicate “lunch money” and child’s
first and last name on the memo line of the check. Students are encouraged to
prepay for meals. The cafeteria follows the PPSB meal account policy. After the first
charge, the child will receive a regular tray and the meal will be charged to the
child’s account.  If a parent is having financial problems, the cafeteria manager will
refer him/her to school food service director to assist working out any problems.  It is
the parent’s responsibility to keep accounts current, parents may call 595-6124 to
check balance.
Parents are welcome to come and have lunch with their child during their lunch
time, beginning September 5 th . All visitors are expected to comply with BCP
cafeteria rules and policies. Students, faculty, or visitors may NOT bring in fast food
or to-go food to the cafeteria during breakfast or lunchtime. In doing so, there are
some federal guidelines and school policies that will be enforced:   
Federal Regulations:
 Soft drinks are not allowed.
 No franchise, commercial wrappers are allowed (McDonald’s, Subway,
Burger King, etc.).
 Food and milk items purchased in the cafeteria may not leave the
School Policies: 
 Lunch times change for early dismissal days. It is recommended that you
avoid visiting for lunch on early dismissal days due to schedule changes.
 Parents may only have lunch with their child. 
 Parents must check-in in the office with a valid driver’s license.
 Parents must respect cafeteria rules and expectations observing
designated silent times as students are being served and dismissed.
 Parents are not allowed to go with their child to enrichment, recess, or
back to the classroom after lunch.
 Parents must check-out in the office after eating lunch with their child.

Children are expected to dress appropriately for school; personal grooming should reflect
daily attention to hygiene and cleanliness. Children are expected to have clean clothes, as
well as clean bodies and teeth.  Please practice good health habits with your child. These
policies will be enforced from bus stop to school and from school to bus stop and/or at any
time students are under school jurisdiction. Visit ppsb.org for the entire PPSB dress code
 Belle Chasse Primary students MUST wear a Kelly-green collared school uniform
shirt with the school logo embroidered on the left chest. The hunter green or royal
blue shirts with the old BCP logo are no longer allowed to be worn. White shirts with
a round collar may be worn with the khaki jumpers only. All shirts must be tucked in
completely around at the waist of the uniform bottom.
 Undershirts must be white or Kelly-green.
 Khaki uniform shorts, skorts, jumpers or skirts must be worn at the knee. Uniform
pants are to have the traditional khaki pant leg. No bell-bottoms, wide leg, or other
non-traditional leg shapes are allowed.  Slit or frayed pant legs are not allowed.  
The rolling up of pant legs is prohibited. Hip huggers and “peanut” pants with 3”
zippers are not allowed. Khaki jeans are not allowed.
 Pants, shorts and /or other uniform bottoms with multiple pockets such as cargo-
pockets, cell-phone pockets, and/or non-traditional pockets are not allowed.  All
pants, shorts and other uniform bottoms are to be worn at the waist.  No oversized
or undersized clothing is permitted.  Clothing must be properly sized.
 Belts are required and must be worn at the waist with all uniform bottoms.  Only a
standard black, brown or khaki-colored belt may be worn -- this is a belt that fits in
the belt loops of the standard khaki uniform pants.  Belts with large holes in them
and/or hanging ornaments on them are prohibited.  Oversized belt buckles are
prohibited. Belt buckles with any type of writing, pictures, or symbols on them are not allowed.  
 Socks/ hosiery and clean shoes must be worn daily. Socks can be white, black, or
Kelly green. White or black stockings can be worn during the winter months.  
 Closed in tennis shoes are preferred. Shoes such as flip-flops, slides, clogs,
moccasins, sandals, boots, dressy shoes, slippers, Crocs, or shoes with no ankle
straps are prohibited. All string shoes must be properly laced and tied.  Velcro flaps
must be properly strapped. ALL shoes MUST fit appropriately and must cover a
sufficient amount of the top of the foot. 
 Winter wear includes a BCP school sweatshirt, fleece jacket, windbreaker, and
sweaters with the school logo embroidered on the left chest. Please mark all
outerwear with student names.
 The 2023-2024 school theme t-shirt or BCP green spirit t-shirts may be worn on Fridays throughout the year.
 Moderate hairstyles only are permitted.  Any hair style which creates a distraction
(such as a mohawk or designs cut into hair) or a safety hazard shall be considered
inappropriate. Colored hair is prohibited. Boys’ hair may not extend lower than the
top of the shirt collar.  Hair cannot be worn to fall below the eyebrow line. 
 Eyebrows that are shaved to create a decorative design or distraction are
 Caps, hats, sweat bands, hoods, scarves, bandanas, and other head coverings are
not allowed. Girls may wear headbands, barrettes, or ribbons to hold back hair, but
excessive adornment is not allowed. 
 Students are not permitted to wear dangling, hoop or oversized stud earrings.
Students are allowed to wear only one earring per ear.  Earrings are to be worn in
the ear lobes only.  
 Jewelry or clothing that can be hazardous to students or any other persons is prohibited. 
 Fingernails in excess of ½ inch will not be allowed. 
 Only clear or mesh backpacks are allowed.  No bags with wheels are allowed. 
In order for a student to be promoted to the next grade, each child must master the specific
criteria that is established and approved by PPSB. The criteria for all grades can be found in
the PPSB Pupil Progression Policy.
A kindergarten student shall be promoted if he/she meets the following: 
1. attendance requirements
2. scores 70% or more on the end of the year Plaquemines Parish Academic
Readiness Assessment (average of ELA and math)
3. successfully masters 70% of ELA skills and 70% of math skills (separately) on the
kindergarten report card 
4. the student must reach age six on or before September 30, of the current year to enter first grade. 
First Grade
A first-grade student shall be promoted if he/she meets the following: 
1. attendance requirements. 
2. passes both ELA AND mathematics. If a student fails either ELA or mathematics, he or
she will be retained in the present grade. Remediation or tutoring is highly recommended, but
not for promotional purposes 
Report cards are issued four times a year to all students in kindergarten and first grade. 
Report cards must be signed and returned the next school day.  The Belle Chasse Primary
School follows the Plaquemines Parish Pupil Progression Policy.  Letter grades are used to
record grades in all subjects in first grade:  
93-100=A     92-85=B      84-75=C   74-67=D      66-0= F     S (+) =Satisfactory  NI=Needs
Improvement U (-) =Unsatisfactory
PK, HS, and Kindergarten students are administered a developmental assessment at the
beginning of the school year. This assessment requires observation of several key
developmental skills. Head Start and PreK teachers will report progress on developmental
skills throughout the school year. Kindergarten students will be given teacher made
assessments throughout the school year to assess progress on kindergarten standards and
report card skills. In the spring, the kindergarten students will take the Plaquemines Parish
Kindergarten Assessment for promotion. All first-grade students will be regularly assessed
throughout the year using teacher and district made assessments.
Homework is any assignment given by the teacher that the child is responsible for completing
on his/her own time. Parents are responsible for encouraging the completion of homework
assignments and to be sure a child has made his/her best effort.  Parents, please remember
that it is your child’s responsibility to complete homework. This work is to be completed and
returned by the student.  Notes from parents asking for homework to be excused will not be
accepted unless a child has been hospitalized or there is an extenuating circumstance.
Belle Chasse Primary School will conduct interventions to build students’ skills in areas of
need:  academic, social/emotional, or behavior.  Students need more than one piece of data
to receive an academic intervention:  teacher recommendation, at-risk screening data, at-risk
grades in the subject area.  There are pull-out teacher led interventions, computer-based
interventions, and in-class interventions available.  The intervention team determines which
intervention is best for the individual student.  Parents will be notified if their child needs an
intervention.  If a student is still having difficulty, the intervention team will refer the student to
the Pupil Appraisal team.  
The primary goal of the School Counselor is to support students' needs so that every
student at BCP is able to reach his/her full potential.  Some of the programs to help do this
 Counseling Lessons Lesson units for kindergarten and first grade include areas
such as self-control, conflict resolution, feelings, coping skills, kindness, diversity,
growth mindset, and mindfulness.  Pre-K mini lessons in the areas of social and
emotional development are also prepared by the counselor and offered to Pre-K
teachers to deliver to their students.
 Group Counseling for Kindergarten and First Grade students focusing on areas of
self-control, social skills, identification of feelings, and coping skills. 
 Immediate Student Support and Counseling for students that may be having a tough
day, have a problem, or experiencing something difficult in their lives.  Students will
come to the counselor’s office individually as needed through student, parent, or
teacher referral.  
 School-Wide Programs including The Great Kindness Challenge held nationally
every February and the coordination of the Life Skills enrichment that is a drug
prevention program teaching students healthy choices and problem-solving skills. 
 Referrals for more long-term counseling support. 

The C.A.R.E. Center offers a variety of services to the residents of Plaquemines
Parish.  Some of the services include: General Counseling, Group Counseling, Anger
Management, Mind-Body Skills Training, Parenting Classes and Child Psychiatry.  Please
contact them if your child or family are in need of services.  The contact information for the
C.A.R.E. Center is: 115 Keating Drive, Belle Chasse, LA 70037 Phone: (504)393-5750 Fax: (504)393-5760
The Pupil Appraisal and Support Service Team consists of a school psychologist, a social
worker, and an educational diagnostician.  This team is actively engaged in helping
teachers to meet each child's individual needs in a regular classroom setting.  If problems
arise, the Pupil Appraisal and Support Team provides assessments and evaluations to
determine the need for special services.  Our school offers special education services for
the gifted and talented, as well as those with learning disabilities, developmental delays,
physical handicaps or behavioral issues.
Entrance requirements are based on various screenings, teacher and parent
recommendation, and the findings of the parish evaluation team. The gifted classes
challenge students to apply higher level thinking skills. To qualify for talented visual arts
service, students must produce a portfolio and are tested by the Special Education

After appropriate evaluation, a child who is having speech difficulties will be scheduled for
individual or small group speech therapy.  Therapists are provided by the Plaquemines
Parish School Board to help those students improve articulation skills, increase fluency, or
increase receptive and/or recessive language proficiency.  Parents are able to monitor
progress through written progress reports.

The Plaquemines Parish School Board provides physical and occupational therapy
services for students who qualify.  Those children in need receive special services along
with reports of progress.
Good discipline is necessary for learning to take place.  All teachers and staff at BCP will
implement the ideals of Responsive Classroom. Responsive Classroom is an evidence-
based approach to education that focuses on the strong relationship between academic
success and social-emotional learning (SEL). The Responsive Classroom approach
empowers educators to create safe, joyful, and engaging learning communities where all
students have a sense of belonging and feel significant. Teachers at BCP will employ the
Responsive Classroom approach to create learning tasks that are active, interactive and
appropriately challenging. Teachers will nurture a sense of belonging, significance and
emotional safety so that students are comfortable taking risks and working collaboratively
with peers. A calm, orderly environment that promotes independence and allows students
to focus on learning will be established. And, adults will use knowledge of child
development along with observations of students to create a developmentally appropriate
learning environment. Teachers will teach our school and classroom expectations and
procedures during the first week of school. These rules and procedures will be reviewed
frequently throughout the year to remind the students of expectations.  It is important to
review rules and discuss them with your child at home as well.
There are three major expectations for students at Belle Chasse Primary.
1. Take care of yourself.
2. Take care of others.
3. Take care of your school.
Examples of “take care of yourself” in class are to stay on task and always try your best.
Using kind words and keeping hands to yourself are examples of “take care of others”. A
student shows that she can “take care of your school” when she keeps her workspace
clean or picks up after herself.
When a student breaks a school rule, logical consequences will be implemented in the
classroom by the teacher. Repeated behaviors that have not been corrected after the
teacher has communicated with the parent and after the student has been retaught
expectations with modeling of appropriate behaviors, an Office Discipline Referral form will
be written and submitted to the office. An Office Discipline Referral form will also be
issued for major infractions as defined in the PPSB Disciplinary Handbook. Parents will be
contacted and school administrators will issue a consequence. The form must be taken
home, signed by a parent or guardian, and returned the next school day. Any student
suspended shall be assigned school work missed while suspended and shall receive
partial or full credit.  
Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) is a general term that refers to the
application of positive interventions and system changes to achieve socially important
behavior change. The school-wide PBIS plan at BCP will include the following steps:
1. Expectations are clearly and positively defined. 
2. Behavioral expectations are taught and retaught to all students as needed.
3. Appropriate behaviors are acknowledged.
4. Behavioral errors are proactively corrected.
5. A database for keeping records and making decisions is established.
6. Data-based monitoring and adaptations to the plan are regularly conducted.
ClassDojo is a communication app for the classroom that connects teachers and parents
by allowing users to share photos, videos, and messages through the school day. Each
classroom will use Class Dojo to recognize students for followings rules and making good
decisions. Points earned through the Class Dojo system will give students opportunities to
earn privileges and rewards within the classroom - individually and as a class.
Throughout the school year, our students will explore various pillars of character using the
Character Counts framework. Students will be encouraged to demonstrate
trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship in order to help
establish a positive school culture. Students will be recognized for specific examples of
these positive character traits. Parents will be invited to attend a Character Counts
Recognition Breakfast with their child when they are selected by their teacher for being a
model of the Character Counts pillar of the month. 
Each month the bus drivers select one student from their bus that has shown outstanding
bus behavior and manners or great bus behavior improvements. Students will be honored
with a certificate and special treat.
1. Make every effort to provide for the physical needs of the student.
2. Teach the child to pay attention and obey rules. 
3. Assure their child attends school regularly and is on time, and report and explain
absences and tardiness to school personnel.
4. Be sure the child is appropriately dressed in proper school uniform. 
5. Support school personnel in the enforcement of discipline imposed in accordance
with BCP’s school-wide discipline policy. 
6. Participate in meaningful conferences with school personnel regarding the child’s
progress, behavior, and general welfare. 
7. Discuss report cards, school assignments, and proper discipline with the child. 
8. Bring to the attention of school personnel any problem or condition that may relate
to the child’s education or well-being. 
9. Supply all records required for enrollment and custody. 
10. Submit a signed statement that they have received and reviewed the
Parent/Student Handbook and that they are knowledgeable of the responsibilities
outlined in the book. 
11. Pay required fees and fines. If a parent writes an NSF check and does not
clear the matter up with the school accountant, the parent’s name will be turned
over to the district attorney’s office. 
12. Parents or guardians of students guilty of damaging school property shall be
liable for damages in accordance with law.
1. Attending all classes daily and on time. 
2. Being prepared for each class with appropriate materials and assignments. 
3. Being properly dressed in school uniform. 
4. Exhibiting respect toward others and their property. 
5. Behaving in a safe, respectful, and responsible manner.
6. Obeying all school rules, including safety rules. 
7. Exhibiting responsible conduct at school, on school buses, and at all school
functions, on /off campus. 
Students shall not vandalize or otherwise damage or deface any property, including
furniture and other equipment belonging to or used by the PPSB.