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including but not limited to, locker rooms, classrooms, and bathrooms. Possession of a cellu-
lar telephone or other electronic device by a student is a privilege, not a right, and this privi-
lege may be forfeited by any student who fails to abide by the terms of
this policy, or other-
wise engages in misuse of this privilege. Cellular telephones and electronic devices are not
permitted, in any way, to disrupt the educational setting of the school. Violation of this sec-
tion of the student code of conduct may result in confiscation of the cellular telephone or elec-
tronic device for an extended period of time. Parents/guardians may be required to retrieve a
confiscated electronic device at the discretion of the school administration. Harrison County
Schools shall not be responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen cellular telephones or electronic
devices. Parents/guardians are advised to contact their child during the school day by calling
the school office.
Failure to Complete Assignments. Non-defiant failure by a student to complete as-
signments or follow directions.
Failure to Display Good Sportsmanship. A student will not violate the principles of
good sportsmanship as outlined by the WVSSAC.
Failure to Serve Assigned Detention. A student will not fail to serve an assigned
detention of which students and/or parents/guardian have been notified.
False Identification. A student will not use another person's identification or give
false identification to any school official with intent to deceive school personnel or falsely
obtain money or property including school meals.
Inappropriate Communication. A student will not orally, in writing, electronically,
or with photographs or drawings, use profanity, make insulting comments or obscene gestures
in general or directed toward another student.
Improper Parking. A student will not engage in improper parking of a motor vehi-
cle on school property.
Inappropriate Displays of Affection. Students will not engage in inappropriate dis-
plays of affection as determined by school personnel, including but not limited to behaviors
such as kissing or embraces of an intimate nature.
Inappropriate Dress and Grooming. A student will not dress or groom in a manner
that disrupts the educational process or is detrimental to the health, safety or welfare of others
while at school or participating in county curricular and/or extra-curricular activities. A stu-
dent will not dress in a manner that is distractive or indecent, to the extent that it interferes
with the teaching and learning process. This shall include but not be limited to any clothing