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Student Behavior Policy

The following rules are to be followed during testing (students will be reminded each day by their test administrator):

 

1)    An emergency contact number must be given to the teacher before testing can begin.

 

2)    Identified supervising adults must be listened to and obeyed.

 

3)    The CWCS Dress Code must be followed. Students will be sent home or, if available, a garment will be provided to wear over their clothing.

 

4)    There is no talking, note passing, or noise making while during testing.

 

5)    Cell phones are turned off during testing.

 

6)    There is no talking when the teacher is talking (during breaks, quiet talking is allowed).

 

7)    Hands are raised for questions.

 

8)    Only one student at a time is allowed to leave the room to use the bathroom.

 

9)    Respect will be shown for other's personal space and belongings.

 

10)   There is no verbal or physical abuse allowed- profanity, threatening or violent behavior will not be tolerated.

 

11)  We are using private property for a school sponsored event and the rules of the facility must also be followed.

 

12)   There is no smoking allowed.

  

13)   Students must stay in their designated areas.

 

 14)  When tests are finished, students stay in the classroom until others are finished.  Students may bring books or dry art materials to engage in during this time- NO electronic devices such as gameboys, mp3 players, ipods, cellphones, etc. are to be used during this time).

 

15) Regarding CAHSEE testing- Students may not leave the facility until all of their testing is complete for the day and 90% of the other students have finished their testing. The disruption to other students still testing will not be allowed.

 

16) Regarding CAASPP testing:  Students may not leave the facility until:

            -Grades 2-8-Parents come in and check students out from their teacher

 -Grades 9-11 Students check out from their teacher with a signed letter from parent stating that they may leave on their own (if student does not have a letter, they will wait there until a parent or guardian can be contacted and talked with by an adult helper or teacher).

 

Breaking these rules could result in Suspension or Expulsion from the school.

 

Parents will be called immediately and student will be sent home with consequences and return at a later date to make up the CAASPP tests.