Classroom Rules for High School Students
Rules are an important aspect of every classroom, especially when you’re working with high school students. Teenagers—with their budding hormones and complex social lives—can be easily distracted, and though many are mature and highly capable, they can still benefit from structure and rules.
Key Takeaways: Classroom Rules for High School Students
- Classroom rules provide the structure and guidelines needed to create a productive learning environment.
- You can create a set of classroom rules yourself or solicit input from your students and work together to make a list of rules.
Creating Effective Classroom Rules
Classroom rules provide guidelines that allow students to know what is expected of them. Ideally, they should be simple, easy to follow, and posted somewhere for all of your students to see. One of the keys to writing effective classroom rules is to keep them general enough to cover a variety of situations but also specific to your students, classroom, and school.
At the beginning of each school year or semester, go over the rules in class with your students, leaving time for questions and discussion. Students are more likely to follow the rules when they understand the purpose behind them; rules that seem excessive or unnecessary are more likely to be ignored. For this reason, it is important to communicate why you have established certain rules and how those rules will help create an effective, well-run classroom.
Sample Classroom Rules for High School Students
There are a number of different ways to create a list of classroom rules. You could do it all yourself, setting the rules however you see fit. Another way is to solicit suggestions from your students; you might even have them vote on which rules they prefer. The benefit of this method is that it allows you to learn more about what kind of classroom environment your students favor. Some possible rules for a high school classroom include:
- Arrive on Time: To keep the classroom running smoothly, everyone needs to be on time and ready to start class. Students outside the door and rushing in after the bell has begun to ring will be considered tardy. You must be in your seat when the bell rings to be counted present.
- Turn Off Cell Phones and Electronic Devices: When class is in session, cell phones and other electronic devices (mp3 players, tablets) must be turned off. If they are not turned off, they will be confiscated.
- No Food or Drinks: Eating and drinking should be reserved for lunchtime and breaks between class. (However, exceptions should be made for students with medical needs.)
- Attend to Personal Needs Before Class: Use the restroom or stop at your locker before class to avoid causing disruption for your fellow students. Hall passes are limited, so please do not ask for a pass unless you have a true emergency.
- Bring Required Materials Every Day: Unless you have been instructed otherwise, come to class prepared with all of the required materials you were advised to bring at the beginning of the school year. Do not interrupt the teacher or other students to ask to borrow items you forgot to bring to class.
- Start Your Assignment When the Bell Rings: Directions will be posted on the board or on the projection screen when you arrive for class. Please do not wait to be reminded to begin your assignment.
- Use Polite Speech and Body Language: Always behave in a way that is respectful to your teacher and fellow students. Unkind teasing and impolite behavior are unacceptable at all times and may lead to disciplinary actions. Be respectful of other students when they are speaking. Any form of bullying will not be tolerated.
- Speak When Permitted: Most of the time, you must raise your hand in class and wait to be called on before speaking. There may be times during group work when quiet talking is permitted. Be aware of when talking is and isn’t allowed. It is important that students remain quiet during exams until all students have finished.
- No Cheating: Students caught cheating will receive a zero and a phone call home. Both the student who shares his work and the person who copies it will suffer the same consequences. Be mindful of accidental cheating by covering your paper during exams and preparation of other graded assignments.
- Listen and Follow Directions: It is important for you to pay attention in class and follow the teacher’s directions. You will be a more successful student if you listen in class and follow instructions.
- Never Pack up Before It’s Time to Leave: It may be tempting to pack up early when it’s getting close to the end of class. Nevertheless, you should wait until the teacher has dismissed you before preparing to leave.
- Turn in Work on Time: Unless you have been given an extension, always turn in your work on time. Late assignments will receive a lower score.
- Use Technology for Learning: If the class is using a form of technology such as computers or tablets for a lesson, use the technology for its intended purpose—learning. Don’t browse the web or use social media.
- Make up Missed Work: If you have missed a lesson or an assignment, make arrangements with your teacher to complete the work.
- If You Have a Question, Ask for Help: If something is confusing—such as assignment instructions or something in your reading materials—ask your teacher or another student for help.
School Rules and Policies – Resources
Responsible Adult Behavior
We want to emphasize that attendance is particularly important. We know that students who attend school regularly perform better in their classes and earn higher grades than students whose attendance patterns are more sporadic.
OUR ABSENCE POLICY:
All student absences must be excused via a telephone call from a parent or guardian. Our attendance number is 558-2498. Calls must be made within 48 hours of the beginning of the absence. Washington High School does not accept notes excusing absences. Also, if you are calling to excuse your student for an appointment, please call at least an hour before the student is to be picked up so he/she can be ready.
Absences will be excused for the following reasons:
- Professional appointments
- Religious observance
- Court summons
- Pre-arranged family activity
Any absence from school for reasons other than those listed above will be designated as an unexcused absence.
The attendance office personnel will attempt to notify parents or guardians of an unexcused absence in a class via a telephone call or an e-mail notice. A computerized telephone calling system provided by the WHS PTA assists in this process.
The third unexcused absence in a class may result in the student being dropped from the missed class or the student’s assignment to after-school detention.
A total of ten absences in a class for any combination of excused and unexcused reasons may also result in the student being dropped from the missed class or the student’s assignment to after-school detention. Hospitalization or extended illness under a doctor’s care will be considered as exceptions to the “ten absence rule.”
A “reinstatement policy” exists for students who are dropped from classes for unexcused absences. The policy calls for the student to make up missed work and unexcused time within a ten-day period, to have no additional unexcused absences from any class, and to have teacher permission to re-enter the class. Students may only be reinstated into one class per term.
OUR TARDY POLICY:
Students must be through the door of the classroom when the tone sounds. Students who are not in their assigned classrooms will be marked as tardy. Students who arrive at the classroom after the first five minutes of class will be counted as absent.
On the incidence of a tardy in a class, the student may be assigned to after-school detention.
Generally, teachers handle tardies according to their individual classroom rules. The administration supports those classroom rules.
Freshmen and sophomores have closed lunch. Closed Lunch means that students may not leave the campus during their lunch period and, further, must remain in the approved areas of the campus during that time. Approved areas include the cafeteria, open hallways, and the courtyard. Other areas, such as parking lots or athletic fields, are unauthorized. Students may not be in those areas during the lunch period.
Juniors (who have turned in a parent signed permission form) and seniors have open lunch. Open Lunch means that students may leave the campus during their assigned lunch period. If students with open lunch choose to remain on campus, however, they must remain in the approved areas. No student, regardless of grade level or lunch designation, may loiter in unauthorized areas of the campus.
Ninth through eleventh graders may be excused from study hall if the study hall occurs period 2 or period 7. Blue parent permission forms will be distributed by the Study Hall teachers the first days of each term. The blue forms require a parent signature.
Students excused by blue forms must leave campus the appropriate period or report to study hall.
Eleventh graders may also be excused from 4th hour study hall if they have first lunch or a 6th hour study hall if they have 2nd lunch. A gold Junior Open Lunch Permission Card with a parent signature is required.
Seniors may leave campus during periods when they do not have classes scheduled. Seniors who choose not to leave campus must report to study hall, the IMC, or a classroom with the permission of the teacher.
Seniors returning to the campus may be asked to wait at entrances until a class period ends. The purpose of that restriction is to maintain quiet halls when classes are in session.
Parents who would prefer that their seniors not be allowed to leave campus during open periods or lunch should make their request in writing and submit it to an administrator. Such students will be assigned to study halls during open periods.
The possession or use of alcohol, other controlled substances, materials that are purported to be controlled substances, or drug paraphernalia on our campus or at any school-sponsored event at any location will result in school suspension and possible expulsion. This includes consumption of a controlled substance prior to attending school or a school event. Parents will be contacted and the police will also be contacted. Please understand that our goal is to provide a substance-free school environment, and we will take all necessary steps to ensure that we meet that goal. Likewise, the use of tobacco by students will not be permitted on the school campus. Police will be involved.
WHS will not tolerate disrespect to staff members or students. Every student has the right to a safe learning environment that is free from discrimination. The following are clear legal violations and should be reported to the administration immediately. They will result in disciplinary actions that may include suspension or expulsion:
- Verbal threat to or assault on any school employee.
- Threat of physical assault on another student to obtain money or other materials of value.
- Possession of a weapon or an object that appears to be a weapon.
- Fighting or harassing others. Students must contact administrators if a conflict exists between students.
- Open or persistent defiance of authority and/or school rules and regulations.
- Failure to abide by corrective measures, such as detention, for previous acts of misconduct.
- Bringing friends or relatives to campus to intimidate students or staff is strictly forbidden.
- Sexual harassment or harassment on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, or sexual orientation, or any other form of harassment.
WHS insists upon a positive campus atmosphere. The following disrupt that atmosphere and are prohibited. They will result in disciplinary actions that may include suspension or expulsion:
- Bringing radios or dvd players to class.
- Wearing clothing that may disrupt the educational process (including garments that display profanity, nudity, gang-related symbols, tasteless or obscene messages, illegal substances, messages disrespectful to staff members, or messages that promote violation of laws or school rules).
- Garments that are inappropriately revealing or attention-seeking or disrupt the educational process are prohibited. Also, clothing should cover undergarments fully. We do not want to see underwear. Teachers who believe a student’s garment falls in one or more of those categories will refer the student to an administrator.
- Unsafe or disruptive driving on or near the campus.
- Vandalism of school or personal property.
- Occupying restricted areas of the campus.
- Disrupting classes or school activities.
- Any use of skateboards, bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles, automobiles, or trucks other than for transportation to and from campus.
- Use of profanity on campus or at school events.
WHS teachers all develop their own classroom rules and procedures, and administration supports those decisions. For example, individual teachers will explain their rules regarding bringing food and beverages to class.
Violations may result in a loss of access as well as other disciplinary or legal action. When accused of violating any of the rules in this “Behavior” section, students will be given due process before penalties are imposed.
Hazing is prohibited by the Code of Iowa, Section 708. 1.
WHS prohibits any activity expected of someone joining a group that humiliates, degrades, abuses, or endangers, regardless of the person’s willingness to participate. This includes but is not limited to activities like being yelled at, swore at, forced to wear embarrassing clothing, taking cold showers, participating in forced physical activity, etc. It does not include activities such as rookies carrying the team balls, team parties with community games, or going out with your teammates, unless an atmosphere of humiliation, degradation, abuse, or danger arises.
In case you don’t know what hazing is, Robert L. Keith, Coordinator of Greek Affairs at Ohio Wesleyan University, suggests that the following six questions be asked about a particular activity.
- Will the activity achieve one or more of the predetermined goals of the prospective member program?
- Would you be willing to tell your group advisor about the activity?
- Would you be willing to perform this activity in front of a school administrator?
- Would you be willing to send the parents of the prospective members involved a snapshot of this activity?
- Would you be prepared to go to court to defend the merit of this activity? Would you feel ridiculous doing this activity?
- Would you be willing to share a written description of this activity for other groups to use?
If there is the slightest question in anyone’s mind about the activity, there is a quick and definite answer. DON’T DO IT. It’s hazing.
T-SHIRTS AND OTHER GARMENTS
All T-shirts and other garments printed by WHS student groups or organizations and sold or given to WHS students must have the advance approval of the WHS administration.
REDUCED CLASS SCHEDULE
When a student’s class schedule drops below three classes because of attendance or disciplinary infractions, that student will be dropped from enrollment. Metro may be offered as an alternative way to earn high school credits.
Students are prohibited from using pagers, beepers, or cellular phones during classes.
Such devices must be turned off during class time and at school events.
BULLYING AND HARASSMENT OF STUDENTS
The Cedar Rapids Community School District prohibits harassment, bullying, hazing, or any other victimization of students based on real or perceived race, sex, creed, color, national origin, religion, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical appearance, personality characteristics or for any other reason. This policy is in effect while students are on property within the jurisdiction of the school district, while on school-owned and/or school-operated vehicles, while attending or engaging in school sponsored activities and while away from school grounds if the misconduct directly affects the good order, efficient management or welfare of the school district.
“Harassment” and ‘bullying” shall be construed to mean any electronic, written, verbal, or physical act or conduct toward a student which is based on any actual or perceived trait or characteristic of the student and which creates an objectively hostile school environment that meets one or more of the following conditions:
- Places the student in reasonable fear of harm to the student’s person or property;
- Has a substantially detrimental effect on the student’s physical or mental health;
- Has the effect of substantially interfering with the student’s academic performance; or
- Has the effect of substantially interfering with the services, activities, or privileges provided by a school.
The use of a cell phone to bully or harass a targeted student is specifically prohibited.
Sexual harassment means unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors or other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual manner when such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with a student’s performance or creating an intimidating, offensive or hostile learning environment.
Recourse to Student-to-Student Bullying or Harassment
A student (or adult on student’s behalf) who believes he/she has suffered harassment should report such matters to certified staff/administrators and/or the district’s equity coordinator.
Retaliation against a student because the student has filed a harassment complaint or assisted or participated in a harassment investigation or proceeding is also prohibited.
See Addendum to Parent-Student Handbook for more information.
2020-21 High School Ice Hockey Rules Changes
NFHS NEWS RELEASE
2020-21 High School Ice Hockey Rules Changes
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dan Schuster
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (May 21, 2020) —Measures to reduce the risk of injury for participants and to provide an additional scenario for instant replay usage comprise the prominent components of the 2020-21 high school ice hockey rules changes.
The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Ice Hockey Rules Committee proposed a total of five rules modifications as a result of its meeting April 27-28, which were all subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors. The committee’s meeting was held in an online format to comply with current health safety guidelines.
“I commend the committee for adapting its meeting to an online format, its continued focus on minimizing risk for players and its overall efforts to support high school hockey,” said Dan Schuster, NFHS director of educational services and liaison to the Ice Hockey Rules Committee.
One of the risk-minimization changes was made to Rule 3-2, through which a more severe penalty may now be assessed to a player wearing skates that are deemed “dangerous.” Previously, a player with dangerous skates was given a warning and an opportunity to return to the game once the issue was corrected. In 2020-21, a first offense will warrant a game misconduct penalty.
Under Rule 7-6-1, a player who strikes an opponent with his or her hand may now receive a major penalty at the discretion of the official. Traditionally, improper hand contact that was not considered to be fighting constituted a minor penalty.
State associations that have authorized an instant replay system during games may now utilize it to review infractions that involve student-athlete ejections. This clause was added to Rule 9-13 as an accompaniment to the pre-existing instant replay situations, which include reviewing goals and undetected goals and determining the correct amount of time on the game clock.
“If a state so chooses to adopt this as part of its replay policy, it will allow review to ensure the correct player is removed in an ejection situation,” Schuster said. “An ejection, in some cases, can be as critical to a game as a goal. This will give state associations the flexibility to review this important moment in a game. ”
Risk minimization was also the focus in Rule 7-13-3, where language was added to prohibit a player from moving an opponent’s glove, tooth or mouth protector that has fallen on the ice for the purpose of keeping it from the opponent’s possession. The stick was the only piece of equipment specified within the original version of the rule.
Finally, a subtle change was made to Rule 3-4-2 to clarify the purpose of the throat/neck protector as a “laceration” protector.
According to the 2018-19 NFHS High School Athletics Participation Survey, more than 35,000 boys participate in ice hockey in 1,638 high schools across the country, and more than 9,600 girls participate in the sport in 642 schools.
About the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS)
The NFHS, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, is the national leadership organization for high school sports and performing arts activities. Since 1920, the NFHS has led the development of education-based interscholastic sports and performing arts activities that help students succeed in their lives. The NFHS sets direction for the future by building awareness and support, improving the participation experience, establishing consistent standards and rules for competition, and helping those who oversee high school sports and activities. The NFHS writes playing rules for 17 sports for boys and girls at the high school level. Through its 50 member state associations and the District of Columbia, the NFHS reaches more than 19,500 high schools and 12 million participants in high school activity programs, including more than 7.9 million in high school sports. As the recognized national authority on interscholastic activity programs, the NFHS conducts national meetings; sanctions interstate events; offers online publications and services for high school coaches and officials; sponsors professional organizations for high school coaches, officials, speech and debate coaches, and music adjudicators; serves as the national source for interscholastic coach training; and serves as a national information resource of interscholastic athletics and activities. For more information, visit the NFHS website at www.nfhs.org.
Game Rules | High School
General Game Play
If a rule is not listed on this page, GSL Tournaments will defer to the MLB rule book also known as “big book rules”.
Click here to download an Official Copy of the MLB Rules Book
All 15U through 18U games will be played on fields with 90 foot bases and a 60 foot 6 inch pitching distance.
Teams are required to register with GSL Tournaments and complete all required documents prior to the start of the tournament.
Teams who are unable to attend a game during the event will be required to take a 7-0 forfeit and will receive no refund.
We reserve the right to refuse service to teams.
For all games played during the week, teams are responsible for game balls
The age cutoff for GSL Tournaments is May 1st. Any player with a birthday prior to May 1st must play in that years age division or older. Example: a player turning 16 on April 30th will be required to play in the 16U division or older. A player turning 16 on May 2nd may play in the 15U division or older. We strongly suggest that players try and play with their grad class rather than their age division for recruiting purposes.
All metal bats must be bear the BBCOR stamp and have a ratio of minus 3. If bats appear to be tampered with they will immediately be removed from the game.
Wood bats are legal to use in all events. In addition to solid wood bats players may use the following bats: Baum bats and composite bats – must not contain any metal on any part of the bat.
There is no weight to length ratio requirements for wood bats.
There are no pitching restrictions for GSL High School Tournaments. How a team uses their pitchers is entirely up to their discretion. We do suggest that teams consider following the USA Baseball Pitch Smart Guidelines when trying to protect the future of their players.
Click here to view the USA Baseball Pitch Smart Guidelines
15U through 18U games will play 7 innings or 2 hours with no new inning, whichever occurs first.
The time starts upon completion of the plate meeting. It is the responsibility of the coaches to get the start time from the crew chief.
The new inning starts as soon as the third out from the previous inning has been recorded.
In the case that the home team is winning and time is reached while they are batting, the game will be ruled complete.
There is no time limit for championship games unless deemed necessary by the tournament director.
Pool play games will end at the conclusion of the allotted innings or time regardless of the score. Pool play games will end in a tie if there is no time left. Example: a 7 inning game is tied 2-2 at the end of 7 innings and there is 15 minutes left on the time limit, this game will be ruled complete and scored as a tie ball game.
Tied games will go down as half a win and half a loss.
If a playoff game is tied at the end of the allotted innings at the time limit, they will start with a runner on second base and one out. This will continue until there is a winner.
|2nd Inning||3rd Inning||4th Inning||5th Inning|
|15 Runs||12 Runs||10 Runs||8 Runs|
Seeding and Tie Breakers
- Win/Loss record
- Head to head (when all tied teams have played each other)
- Runs allowed
- Run differential (min/max of 8)
- Runs scored
- Fewest runs allowed in a single game
- Most runs scored in a single game
- Coin flip
- We will never revert back to a previous tie breaker once a tie has been broken
When ties are involved, teams will be rewarded half a win and half a loss for a tie. This will help determine seeding. Example: 2-1 in pool play is the same as 1-0-2.
Batting Order and Substitutions
Teams will be allowed to use EHs and a DH (for any player)
Teams will have the option of batting 9, 10, or their entire roster. Example: if a team rosters 13 players, they may not choose to bat 11 or 12. If they choose to bat 10 or the entire roster, all players not currently playing in the field will be scored as an EH which will represent a position the same way a shortstop or centerfield would.
Teams are allowed free defensive substitutions throughout the game. A player may enter the game at any time defensively without entering into the batting order. The only time a player must check in and become an eligible substitute is when replacing a player in the batting order. Example: a substitute may play left field every other inning without actually taken the place of the starting left fielder in the batting order as long as the substitute is never granted an at bat.
All age divisions will allow re-entry one time for the starter.
Teams are allowed a courtesy runner only for their catcher and only when there are two outs in the inning. This rule is in place to speed up the game and still allow catchers to develop their base running abilities.
There are no courtesy runners allowed with less than two outs and for no other positions than the current catcher.
The courtesy runner must be a player currently not in the batting order. If a team is batting their entire roster, it will be the last recorded out.
The fake pickoff to third, pickoff to first is not allowed and will be ruled a balk per MLB Rule.
All players, coachers and fans will be expected to conduct themselves in a sportsmanlike manner at all times. Razzing, heckling, taunting and making disparaging remarks to the opposing team and umpires will not be tolerated. Any player, coach or fan whose conduct is unbecoming or abusive will, at a minimum, be removed from the premises at the discretion of the Tournament Director, Umpire-in-Chief and umpires. Any individual ejected from the game will miss the remainder of the game, plus the next game. If the same person is ejected for a 2nd time, he, or she, is suspended for the remainder of the tournament. Failure to comply will result in forfeiture of the game.
No Games Played Full Credit to any 2020 Event. Will not go into the next year.
**ANY TEAM THAT PULLS OUT OF THE TOURNAMENT AFTER THE SCHEDULE HAS BEEN RELEASED WILL NOT RECEIVE A REFUND**
1 Game Played $300 Credit to a 2020 event or Refund
2 Games Played $150 Credit to a 2020 event only NO REFUNDS
3 Games Played No Refund or credit
1 Game Played $400 Credit to a 2020 event or Refund
2 Games Played $200 Credit to a 2020 event only NO REFUND
3 Games Played No Credit or Refund
Any refund for any tournament where a game has not been played by your organization there will be a $200 admin attached to those per tournament.
Top Ten Most Common Rules at School
1 Raise your hand before you speak
In the regular, general and semi-honor sections, they always follow this rule so they could rise to the honors section.
They just don’t know the number of crazy and downright insane rule-breakers the honor class would usually contain.
If you just shout out without raising your hand that would be so rude for the teacher and you might get in trouble.
This is the best rule. It means that the teacher has the opportunity to hear what the quiet kids want to say.
Yeah there’s a kid who says whatevever he wants whenever he damn well pleases and it’s really funny. He got expelled.
2 No eating in class
I still eat in class without getting caught. Its easy just chew slowly so it looks like your not eating and have your food in your lap so no one sees. It works for me at least.
When I am really hungry I eat some chips. So Put the bag in the bench and out the chips fast in your mouth without the teach notice and chew with your saliva. That what I do and I never got caught
There’s a teacher who let me eat in class I didn’t get yelled at he was nice the science teacher and the other students were eating too!
My crush does this in 4th period all the time. It’s a good thing the teacher in that class is nice and she allows him.
3 Be on task
Task! My class even can fight my teachers back
I always zone out, and I miss all the directions.
The rule that nobody obeys.
You will get your work done.
4 Keep your hands and feet to yourself
Yea I gotta vote for this one, 2 boys in maths class, one got the other one to turn his head then got his hand on his hand and almost kissed and the teacher saw it and said: don’t do that.
by the way everyone were doing work while I noticed something near me and yep, they kissed in accident, it was the persons fault
I was told this… then someone was literally fighting me and all the teachers are like, “why didn’t you defend yourself? ” I was literally told not too.
Unless someone is physically harming you!
The most disobeyed one
5 All assignments must be done on time
I agree with this, unless there is a medical reason and/or valid reason to have not done the assignment
That’s lit brat
Would you rather do your homework or be scolded by the teacher/call parents
6 No talking when the teacher is talking
Talking when the teacher is talking is very rude, my class is the type that talks and talks for fun, I try my best to listen but there r dumbasses who won’t shut their damn mouths!
Teacher: Why are you talking when I’m teaching?
Me: Why are you teaching when I’m talking?
After th teacher is done talking you can raise your hand and tell her what you need to.
It is right that we should not talk while our teacher is talking. My class seems a little talkative
7 Be respectful to other students
I’m in seventh grade and my mom said that my private school is like a big family and I got bullied by all the girls in my class. So what if I hate them?
Could they teach that to my classmates? Because they don’t know the definition of respectful.
CartoonsGirl we must go to the same school or something I have yet to be told something nice by anyone at my school.
Oviously the kids at my school don’t know the meaning of respecting opinions.
8 Get to school on time
My friends always late to come to school but the teachers didn’t even know that they had come in.
Why does it have to be that early? We people need to sleep well!
Get to school on time helps not missing out classes and being there on time gets you into a routine
Never did Never will
9 No running
This rule is bad I can’t gut up 3 levels open my locker gat all the way down go across the field and get to class in 5 minuets without running. I can barely do it with running.
What if there is a fire or explosion. You have to run in situations like that.
What if the zombie apocalypse starts and I have to run away?
I’ve had a sprinting race with my best friend before!
10 Stay focused
That is the same as #10
11 Don’t vandalize school property
If you want your name displayed in school, work hard and get a plaque and not graffiti it on to the lockers.
This is a actual law in the real world so of course you can’t do it in school.
Good job buddy
12 Always use the bathroom at break and lunchtime
Ikr! I am a woman, which means I don’t choose when stuff comes out of me. So… you’ll just have to get a bloody chair then… oh well…
If I gotta go I gotta go. I once nearly gave the teacher some fudge because of this
So we have to pee our pants, then…
That is wrong
13 Always remain in your seat
As someone who suffers from ADHD, I’m always getting out of my seat. And when I do stay in my seat, I’m not paying any attention at all.
Fair point though…
14 Don’t use foul language
I use foul language at school sometimes, it was awesome. Plus, this goes the same to all of my friends who are at school and other students.
Yeah theres not much to say, it’s a fare rule to be honest unless your a collage student or in like senior year or something.
Yea do not do that kids
15 Be nice
Only to people who are nice to you!
Not to a bully
17 Pay attention
To the guy that said if you don’t pay attention you don’t get your work done. TEACHER’S PET!
I pay attention to the dreams I have in class does that count?
If you don’t pay attention you don’t get work done.
Yea… I hardly ever do that.
18 Respect your teachers
19 No racism
I personally think that racism is stupid, mainly because we’re all people, we all have feelings, and no one wants to be left out or bullied because they are black or white, etc. Deep down underneath a human’s skintone or color, we are all (well almost), good people. So stop judging and start fighting against it!
My high school special ed teacher hates me and I’m Asian. I’m the only Asian in the class and I constantly get in trouble for no reason.
This one is the most sensible. Stop hating on blacks, asians or pacific islanders!
Glad there is no racism at my school.
20 Obey the rules
21 No phones in class
This is a dumb rule. Unless, you are on your phone and not paying attention at all phones are harmless. Music while I work is pretty much a MUST but that can’t be allowed because of this rule that has no real structure on why its enforced.
This goes out to my friends, phones! Dude in language! They get their phones out (almost everyone except me and 3 other boys), got in troublr while we just talk to each other
My classmates secretly bring phones to school. The teachers know that but they don’t care.
Yes call in class
22 Do not shout in the class
One kid was looking at someones dick and that person shouted “MISS He’s LOOKING AT MY DICK!”, what happened? They both went to the office for well inappropriate behaviour and shouting, the person looking done nothing but went 🙁
I have loudest schoolmates possible. they are so annoying and talk with the teacher about irrelevant stuff and the teacher doesn’t care just shut up.
Simple manners at the end of the day.
I agree cause if we shout we could disturb the other class that could be paying attention
23 Don’t chew gum
My homeroom teacher came into class one day and she was chewing gum… so if the teachers are breaking this rule, it’s kind of pointless. My classmates always chew gum. I don’t chew it but I don’t like it
I think we should not chew gum at school cause it is bad.
I disagree because it is not changing anything in your education
24 No fighting
So one day I was in school and I saw two of my best friends fighting with other two of my best friends…so I told them to stop fighting and one of my best friends said:
We’ll have to fight with them, UNTIL DEATH!
I was like:*super facepalm* How are you gonna fight with them when you’re an adult? You don’t even know where they are!
But it was too late they already left and started fighting with the other best friends, I was gonna start to tell those people that help us,but they said “oH tHeY wIlL pRoBaBlY sToP”
But they didn’t, I quit and started playing with other friends
This happened too much at my school. Bullies asked for it.
25 Your pencil should be talking not your mouth
The hell is this
It means that the teacher wants you to be quiet and do your work
Rules and Routines in the Classroom
Rules have consequences, and routines have reminders. What worked for me was far fewer rules and many, many more routines and procedures.
Once you make a rule, you have to stick with it. Students will expect a warning, a second warning, and then a consequence. A rule cannot be treated like a routine ever. If being on time is a classroom rule, for example, when a student walks in 22 seconds late, we can’t say, “I reminded you yesterday about being tardy”—we have to say, “This is a warning and a consequence will follow.” And then, a consequence has to follow if they walk in two seconds late two days later.
All the other students are watching and expecting the follow through. If we just sigh, shake our head, and let it slide, students will not see being on time as a rule. We need to be selective when choosing that small handful of rules because those will need to be enforced.
Choosing Routines to Emphasize
There will be procedures and routines that will take several seconds to go over and others that are more in-depth. The ones that take extra effort to explain and model are often those that are border on being rules, like getting out of your seat.
You’ll want to address all scenarios for getting out of one’s seat: sharpening a pencil, getting supplies or a tissue, turning in work, etc. I always told students, “If you’re up, you are on a mission,” which sets it up nicely: If you see a student wandering a bit or stopping at a classmate’s desk for an off-topic chat, ask, “What’s your mission?” This serves as a gentle reminder. The key word here is reminder—this kind of situation doesn’t need a consequence.
There isn’t really a limit to how many routines and procedures you have, but you’ll need to make sure each one is clear to every learner in your room.
Be it a rule or a routine, kids have to know what it looks like, with examples, on day one. If a rule is a general, all-encompassing one like “be respectful to all,” you’ll have to give numerous examples of what that looks like—and what it doesn’t look like.
Have the class brainstorm examples and add a few yourself. Some of the things we expect students to bring up: no name-calling or putdowns, and hands to yourselves. However, students always brainstorm things beyond what we can imagine, so it’s important that they’re part of this process. It gives a keener understanding of the rules for the class collectively.
Every time we decide to involve students in the decision-making or discovery process in the classroom, it takes considerably longer. We’re often tempted to just give them the information. But exploring examples of what the rules and routines look like together gives students ownership around these agreements, which will pay off the entire school year.
The Ultimate Goal
Of course, the ultimate goal of teaching is not enforcing rules and routines but teaching effectively. And when teachers are together, we spend most of our time talking not about classroom management, but about effective teaching. When we’re effective, the majority of kids are learning and getting what they need, goals and objectives are achieved, and we teachers feel an incredible sense of accomplishment.
Here’s a short quiz that rates your teaching effectiveness. It comes from education author and speaker Harry Wong, whose book The First Days of School is a popular tome in our profession, with wonderful strategies for teaching effectively and setting up structures and community in the classroom at the beginning of the year.
NFHS Releases High School Swimming & Diving Rules Changes for 2021-2022
The NFHS, which governs most high school sports in the United States, has released its new swimming & diving rules changes for the 2021-2022 school year.
While most of the rules are minor, there are a handful that coaches need to know about.
One such rules change involves allowing competitors to wear suits providing full body coverage for religious reasons. This eliminates the need for individual state associations to authorize suits providing full body coverage.
Full body suits must still adhere to Rule 3-3-4, namely that it must be made of a woven/knit textile material, must be permeable, may not aid in buoyancy, and may not have fastening systems other than a waist tie or elastic material in the terminal ends.
This national change allows swimmers to wear current iterations of modesty suits already being made without having to receive state approval.
Most of the significant changes involve diving, which now allows a standing forward takeoff as part of efforts to attract more competitors to the sport. To use the standing forward takeoff, a diver must declare their intent ahead of time and will receive an automatic 2-point penalty.
Most levels of diving already allowed standing dives, including international competition and NCAA competition, so this catches the high school rules up to that standard.
The rule book also clarifies that four oscillations of the board are permitted before a diver leaves the board, which the NFHS rules committee hopes will remove some vague language.
While the nature of the rules proposals are approved, the exact language is still in a draft stage.
2021-2022 NFHS Rules Changes and Rationale
3-2-5: Changes protocol for declaration of the lead-off swimmer in a relay to be submitted prior to the start of the event.
Rationale: The lead-off swimmer must be declared at the specified time and place prior to the start of the event, which is consistent with entry procedures for identification of all relay participants.
3-3-5: Permits competitors to wear suits providing full body coverage for religious reasons.
Rationale: Eliminates the need for state association authorization of suits providing full body coverage. Added language allows for exercise of religious practice without creating a competitive advantage for the athlete.
3-3-5b,c,d: Permits the application of temporary adhesives for divers.
Rationale: Allows divers to protect themselves from hand slippage, minimizing risks for the diver.
5-4-3 NOTE: Clarifies protocol for conducting swim-offs and what purposes the time can be used.
Rationale: Updated language clarifies the impact of the swim-off time on future seedings.
9-2-1: During championship meets, new language establishes when diving boards should be open for practice if breaks between sessions extend longer than ten minutes.
Rationale: Defines when diving boards shall be made available for practice during the break between sessions of a championship meet unless the meet director establishes specific guidelines prior to the start of competition.
9-3-7 PENALTIES, 9-5-2, 9-5-5, 9-7-4f, 9-7-5k, 9-8-2c: Permits standing forward takeoffs, clearly defining the proper procedure for performing a standing forward takeoff and the protocol for application of the mandatory two-point deduction.
Rationale: The standing forward takeoff is a critical part of the educational process in teaching new dives. This provision allows divers to participate in competition sooner and encourages growth in the sport.
9-5-4b: Clarifies that only four oscillations are permitted before the diver leaves the board.
Rational: The removal of vague language clarifies the number of oscillations a diver may take while on the diving board.
9-6-4: Defines process to rectify announcing errors that occur during diving competition.
Rational: Language establishes protocol when an announcer error occurs. The diver should not be penalized for the error of meet personnel; the referee retains broad discretion to resolve such problems in the most equitable and efficient way possible.
2021-22 SWIMMING AND DIVING EDITORIAL CHANGES
1-4-2, 4-1-6, 4-4-1, 4-4-2, 4-5-1, 6-2-2, 6-4-1b(3), 8-3-3
2021-22 SWIMMING AND DIVING POINTS OF EMPHASIS
- Suggested Meet Warm-up Procedures
- Responsibility of Official, Competitor, and Lap Counter in Distance Events
- Updating Diving Rules
In view of the continuing epidemiological situation in Yaroslavl, associated with the threat of spread and infection COVID -19, from September 1, 2020 on the territory of “Secondary School No. 27” the following rules will apply
Order “On enrollment in the contingent of 1st grade school students in the 2021-2022 academic year”
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Orion detachment youth army
In April and May 2021, members of the Orion detachment of secondary school No. 3 took part in a number of patriotic and military-applied events.
On April 20, the Orion detachment junior soldiers Maria Budyleva, Anna Baturina and Bogdan Levitsky took part in the regional youth army rally “We are the heirs of victory”, which took place in the Khimvolokno recreation center in the city of Tver. During the meeting, they took part in the work of sections, where they were told about the preparations for the celebration of the 76th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War, the promotion of the activities of volunteer and patriotic organizations in social networks. Youth soldiers took part in the interactive game “The Way to Victory”.
On April 23, 2021, the school’s youth soldiers went on an excursion to the city of Military Glory, Rzhev. During the excursion, the detachment’s youth soldiers visited the Memorial to the Soviet Soldier. They also visited the branch of the Rzhev Museum of Local Lore, where they were told about the course of the Battle of Rzhev in 1941-1943. The Yunarmeys will visit the Eternal Flame in the city of Rzhev and visit the burial places of Soviet and German soldiers who died near Rzhev.
On April 24, 2021, at the initiative of the regional headquarters of the Youth Army and the Committee for Youth Affairs of the city of Tver, a subbotnik was organized as part of the All-Russian Day of Cleanliness. The junior soldiers of our detachment took part in this event. As part of the volunteer clean-up, the Yunarmeys helped to clean the Pervomaiskaya grove, a resting place for many Tver residents.
On May 4, young soldiers from the Secondary School No. 3 visited the traveling exhibition “Train of Victory”. At the exhibition, the children were shown samples of military equipment, historical materials about the Great Patriotic War, materials about the All-Russian youth movement and the Russian army.
On May 9, the school’s youth soldiers took part in a parade dedicated to Victory Day on Mikhail Tverskoy Square.Eight Yunarmeytsy detachment MOU Secondary School No. 3 took part in the solemn march in the consolidated box of Yunarmeytsy city detachments and detachments of the Kalininsky district of the Tver region. Participation in the parade was preceded by repeated trainings at the Zhukov Military Academy in April and May.
On May 14 this year, a school-wide review of the formation and songs was held in secondary school No. 3, dedicated to the 76th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War. According to the results of the review, the detachment’s Yunarmeys took first place among the 7-8 grades.Yunarmeytsy showed good proficiency in drill and song performance
Municipal budgetary educational institution “Lyceum No. 1” of the city district, the city of Ufa, Republic of Bashkortostan
– Pages of the history of the Lyceum
The municipal budgetary educational institution “Lyceum No. 1” of the urban district, the city of Ufa of the Republic of Bashkortostan, opened on May 1, 1920 as an experimental school of the People’s Commissariat for Education of the BASSR, is unique in its rich history.and in 2020 will celebrate its 100th anniversary. The school was located at 60 Nikolskaya Street (now M. Gafuri Street).
For several years, without having its own premises, the school changed addresses and moved from one building to another, changing its status. At the end of 1920, the school moved to a building at 45 Aksakov Street and was housed there until 1936 (in 1928 and 1934 an extension was made, by 1936 the school occupied 3 buildings)
1921-1922 academic year – the school was named “Experimental demonstration school-commune of the 1st stage”.Students – 87 people, teachers – 16 people.
1922 – 1927 – the school was called “Experimental – demonstration school BASHNARKOMPROS (seven years). Students – 201 people, teachers – 17 people.
1927-1931 – the school was called “Experimental demonstration school BASHNARKOMPROSA (nine years old). Students – 212 people, teachers – 16 people
1931 – 1933 – the school was called FZS No. 12 (seven-year school). There are 452 students, 26 teachers.
1933 – 1934the school is called FZD No. 12 exemplary (nine-year school). 444 students, 26 teachers.
1934-1936 – the school is called Model Secondary School No. 1. There are 435 students, 21 teachers.
From 1936 to 1941 – the school moves to a new building, built in 1936. along Krasin street, 33 (now Gymnasium No. 91). There are 1374 students, 48 teachers.
During the Great Patriotic War, the school building is given to a military hospital, and the school is located in a building at st.Belomorskaya, 28 (1941 – 1949)
from 1943 to 1951 – the school is called Women’s Secondary School No. 1
In 1949 -1951, the school is located at st. Zentsova, 49.
In the winter of 1951 – 1952, the school moved to a building at 53/55 Socialist Street (now 53/55 Mustai Karim Street)
In the 1967-1968 academic year, a five-story building was opened. The school is switching to a cabinet teaching system. A two-story building given to primary school students, a five-story building to high school students.
From the first days of its existence, the school proudly bore the title of exemplary, tirelessly following the sacred traditions of honor and dignity. In June 1941, immediately after the last school ball, graduates, teachers and director Sergei Nikolayevich Kondyukov leave for the Volkhov Front to defend the Fatherland. In memory of the teachers and students who did not come from the war, a granite obelisk was erected near the school, with 59 names on it. It is here that any ceremonial event for schoolchildren takes place, for everyone it is a holy place!
23 August 2018By the decree of the head of the Administration of the urban district, the city of Ufa of the Republic of Bashkortostan (No. 1356 of 23.08.2018) MBOU School No. 1 was renamed into the Municipal budgetary educational institution “Lyceum No. 1” of the urban district, the city of Ufa of the Republic of Bashkortostan.
On October 9, 2018, a new building of the Lyceum was opened, erected on the site of a demolished two-story building built in 1951, which was recognized as emergency in 2009. The head of the Republic of Bashkortostan Rustem Khamitov congratulated teachers, students and their parents on the long-awaited event.
The renovated Lyceum building is designed for 775 children. In a little over a year, a 4-storey building was built and the old 5-storey one was reconstructed, the school territory was significantly increased, the lyceum received new modern technical equipment. The work was carried out by the construction department No. 10
Throughout history, the school was headed by highly qualified experienced youth mentors, associates of the pedagogical field:
1920 – Bogolyubova Z.V.
1921-1930 g.- Belitskaya Nadezhda Evgenievna
1930-1932 – Yavnova Evdokia Lvovna
1932-1936 – Vlasova (Akatieva) Anastasia Andreevna – Honored teacher of the BASSR school
1936-1940 – Tokarev Andrey Timofeevich
1940 – 1941 – Sergei Nikolavevich Kondyukov
1941-1947 – Maria Mironova
1947-1949 – Khairullina Galina Askarovna
1949-1958 –Vlasova Anastasia Andreevna – Honored teacher of the BASSR school, medal “For valiant labor in the Second World War 1941 – 1945”
1958-1960–Andreeenko Makar Sergeevich
1960-1982 – Yafaeva Roza Sultanovna – Honored Teacher of the School of the BASSR, Excellence in Public Education of the RSFSR
1982-1986 – Silantieva Valentina Andreevna
1986-2001 – Goryachkina Lidia Grigorievna – Excellence in Public Education of the RSFSR
2001-2010 – Arbuzova Lidia Nikolaevna – Honored teacher of the BASSR school, Honored teacher of the RSFSR school
2010 to the present – Elena Vasilievna Verevkina – Excellence in Education of the Republic of Bashkortostan, Honorary Worker of General Education of the Russian Federation
Thanks to their selfless work, the school occupies a worthy place in the region, city, republic.
Even in the years of the most difficult trials for the country and the republic, the school had the strength and creative burning of an advanced mobile team, ready to accept and implement the most daring new ideas that are born in the process of teaching the younger generation. The school was one of the first to introduce training in the classroom system, and established a close relationship with universities.
MBOU “Lyceum No. 1” for 8 years has been offering extended pre-profile and profile training of students, in-depth study of individual subjects, preparation for training in specific universities of the Republic of Bashkortostan – USATU, USNTU, BashSU.The Lyceum implements pre-profile training, training in physics and mathematics, physical and chemical, information technology profiles. Courses are being studied “Cheerful Informatics”, “Fundamentals of Programming”, “Technical Drawing”, “Solving Non-Standard Mathematical Problems”, “Propedeutical Course of Chemistry”, “Methods for Solving Non-Standard Problems in Physics”. Introduced new programs of extracurricular activities “Infologica”, “Chess ABC”, “Infographics”. The Lyceum is equipped with modern educational equipment, which allows for the implementation of specialized training in the engineering and technical direction.The quality of students’ knowledge is 67-68% annually.
Today, the MBOU “Lyceum No. 1” employs highly qualified teachers, among whom 87% have the highest qualification category, 10% – the first qualification category, 3% – young specialists. More than 70% of teachers were awarded high awards of the Republic of Bashkortostan and the Russian Federation, they have high titles Honorary Worker of General Education of the Russian Federation, Excellence in Education of the Republic of Belarus, Excellence in Public Education of the RSFSR, Honored Teacher of Leninsky District.Awarded with the Certificate of Honor of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Bashkortostan, the Certificate of Honor of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, the Certificate of Honor of the City Education Department.
Since 2010, the school began to actively cooperate with the leading universities of the Republic of Bashkortostan. The network of additional education for students is widely developed. Together with institutions of additional education, the school provides additional training in various circles and creative associations in elective courses in mathematics, physics, computer science and ICT, robotics.There are sections of sports dance, volleyball, sports aerobics, basketball, classes in which are taught by highly qualified teachers and trainers.
MBOU “Lyceum No. 1” annually takes part in competitions of various levels. Lyceum awarded:
Certificate of Laureate of the All-Russian National Prize “The Best Educational Institution of Russia”, International Academy of Public Recognition, November 2018.
Diplomas of the Laureate of the V All-Russian Festival of Additional and Extracurricular Education, St.St. Petersburg, April 2018; V All-Russian festival-competition of creative initiatives “Little Prince”, St. Petersburg, April 2018;
IV All-Russian Festival of Innovative Products All-Russian Competition “Innovation in Education-2017”, nomination “The Most Successful Project in the Field of Implementation of Information Technologies in Education”, St. Petersburg, December 2017;
All-Russian competition for the best organization of summer recreation and health improvement for children and youth, nomination “Daytime health camps”, St.St. Petersburg, December 2017;
All-Russian competition “Educational organization of the XXI century. League of Leaders 2017 “, nomination” Leader in the development and implementation of a strategy for the development of an educational organization and improving the quality of education “, St. Petersburg, November 2017;
III All-Russian conference “Spiritual and moral education of a citizen and patriot of Russia in the context of the implementation of the Federal State Educational Standard. All-Russian competition of educational projects and programs for the spiritual and moral education of children and youth “Citizen and Patriot of Russia-2017″St. Petersburg, September 2017;
All-Russian competition “Use of modern information technologies”, October 2017.
In October 2017, the school was recognized as the winner of the Open Public All-Russian Review Competition of Educational Organizations.
In 2017 – 1st place in the city competition “For the best organization of anti-drug work”, in 2018 – 1st place in the city competition of propaganda teams “For a healthy lifestyle”.
Winner of the All-Russian review – competition of educational organizations “School of the Year 2020”
Laureate of the All-Russian competition “500 best educational organizations of the country -2020” in the nomination “Leader in the organization of educational work and extracurricular activities – 2020”
Diploma for active participation in the V specialized exhibition “Innovative potential of Ufa – 2020”
II All-Russian Pedagogical Congress “My Country” – Diploma of the Laureate of the All-Russian competition in the nomination “Leader in the organization of educational work and extracurricular activities – 2020”
Library MBOU “Lyceum No. 1″ – winner of the Republican competition “The best information and library center”, 3rd place
Winner of the All-Russian competition of organizations “Leaders of Industry. RF” – 2021
MBOU “Lyceum No. 1” today is a modern school, interesting for parents and children, which offers a full range of opportunities for students and parents, as well as for residents of the region and the city.
Number of students in the school
2011-2012 academic year – 539 students
2012-2013 academic year – 526 students
2013-2014 academic year – 536 students
2014-2015 academic year – 555 students
2015-2016 academic year – 603 students
2016-2017 academic year – 632 students
2017-2018 academic year – 523 students
2018-2019 academic year – 765 students
2019-2020 academic year – 1007 students
2020-2021 academic year – 1122 students
Sarkisov Alexander Alexandrovich – an outstanding Russian scientist and designer in the field of aircraft engine building. Doctor of Technical Sciences, Lenin Prize Laureate (1984), Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, Professor.
Yuri Nikolaevich Slepov – Full Commander of the Order of the Patriotic War. Graduated from the Moscow Oil Institute. He was engaged in the development of the use of point nuclear charges for peaceful purposes, was awarded the gold medal of the USSR Exhibition of Economic Achievements.
Afanasyeva Tatyana Leonidovna – Honored Artist of the Republic of Bashkortostan, actress of the State Academic Russian Drama Theater of the Republic of Bashkortostan.
Breitburg Valeria Vyacheslavovna – Senior Lecturer of the Russian Academy of Music Gnesinykh, musical director of musicals and variety show productions. Vocal teacher of the project “People’s Artist” on the TV channel “Russia”; she was engaged in vocal preparation of the participants of the TV program “Two Stars” on Channel One.
Benin Vladislav Lvovich – Dean of the Social and Humanitarian Faculty of the Bashkir State Pedagogical University named afterM. Akmulla, head of the department of cultural studies and socio – economic disciplines, doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor. Honored Worker of Education of the Republic of Belarus, Honorary Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation, Laureate of the Prize of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Education.
Kiekbaev Murat Dzhelilovich – famous politician and scientist, doctor of sociological sciences. Deputy of the Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation of the fifth convocation as part of the federal list of candidates nominated by the All-Russian political party “United Russia”.Member of the United Russia faction. Member of the State Duma Committee on Nationalities.
Mukhametshin Igor Timerbulatovich – Vice Admiral, Chief of Staff of the Baltic Fleet
Krul Sergey Leonidovich – famous Ufa bard, writer and ethnographer.
Mazin Mikhail Pavlovich – famous architect, honored builder of the Republic of Belarus. Unique buildings and residential buildings, built according to the designs of Mikhail Mazin, can be seen in Tyumen, Oktyabrsky, Nizhnevartovsk, Nefteyugansk.In Ufa, according to the project of the architect and his colleagues, the Neftyanik Palace of Culture, the current Bashkortostan concert hall, was built. Mikhail Pavlovich also developed projects for the reconstruction of the buildings of the Bashkir State Philharmonic Society and the Bashkir Opera and Ballet Theater. Many cities of the republic and the Tyumen region were built up according to the master plan of an outstanding architect.
Pertseva Tatyana – director, participant of the Festival of National Ethnic Cinema “Silver Akbuzat”, director of a short film based on the story of the same name by Viktor Pelevin “Tambourine of the Upper World”
Sakaev Iskander Raufovich – Artistic Director of the Levendal Theater (St. Petersburg).
Vakhitova Guzel Faizovna – director of the programs “Weak Link”, “As simple as shelling pears”, films and TV series “Capercaillie”, “Silent Witness”, “Matchmaker”, “Elder Daughter” and others.
Shevchuk Yuri Yulianovich – Soviet and Russian rock musician, songwriter, poet, actor, artist and producer. Founder, leader and the only permanent member of the DDT group. Creator and director of “Theater DDT” LLP. People’s Artist of the Republic of Bashkortostan
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EXTRACT FROM THE CHARTER OF SECONDARY SCHOOL No. 37 EXTRACT FROM THE CHARTER OF SECONDARY SCHOOL No. 37 “2.9. Rules for the admission of students. 2.9.1. Admission rules
EXTRACT FROM THE CHARTER OF SECONDARY SCHOOL No. 37
“2.9. Rules for the admission of students.
2.9.1. The rules for admission to the School in the part not regulated by the current legislation are determined by the legal act of the Founder.
The founder of the School establishes the rules for admission to it at the level of primary general, basic general, secondary (complete) general education, ensuring the admission of all citizens subject to training who live in a given territory and have the right to receive an education of the appropriate level.
Children who have reached the age of six years six months on September 1 are admitted to the first grade.
At the request of the parents (legal representatives), the Founder has the right to allow, in accordance with the rules established by him, the admission of children to the School for education at an earlier age. Education of children under 6 years 6 months by the beginning of the school year is carried out in compliance with all hygienic requirements for the conditions and organization of the educational process for preschool children.
Those who do not live in this territory may be refused admission only due to the lack of free places in the School.
The categories of citizens determined by the current legislation enjoy the extraordinary or priority right of admission to the School.
2.9.2. Enrollment in the School is formalized by the order of the director on the basis of a personal statement of the parents (legal representatives), a copy of the child’s birth certificate or a copy of the child’s passport, medical documents of the established form; School.
2.9.3. The school is obliged to familiarize the student and his parents (legal representatives) with the Charter of the School, the license for the right to conduct educational activities, the certificate of state accreditation, the main educational programs implemented by the School, and other documents regulating the organization of the educational process. ”
90,000 Student Code of Conduct
- 1.1. Students arrive at school 15-20 minutes before class starts.It is necessary to come to training sessions in business, strict, tidy clothes.
- 1.2. Wearing outerwear in the school premises is not allowed. In the school premises, all students wear changeable shoes.
- 1.3. For physical education, students must have sports clothing and shoes.
- 1.4. The student must treat the elders and the younger ones with respect and give them way.
- 1.5. Students are strictly prohibited from: – bringing, transferring or using weapons, stabbing and cutting objects, explosives, gas canisters, toxic and narcotic substances, alcoholic beverages; – use any means and substances that can lead to explosions and fires; – use physical force to sort things out, intimidate extortion; – perform any actions that entail dangerous consequences for others.
- 1.6. Smoking is prohibited in all areas of the school and on the territory of the school yard.
- 1.7. Students protect the property of the school, as well as all persons in the building and on the territory of the school.
- 1.8. Pupils of the school behave with dignity in any place so as not to lower the authority of their parents and the school.
- 1.9. Violation of these rules and the Charter of the school entails a penalty in accordance with the current legislation of the Russian Federation and the Charter, local acts of the school.
- 1.10. These policies are communicated to students at classroom hours annually and posted in a prominent place in the school.
- 1.11. These rules are mandatory for all students in the school.
2. Rules of conduct in changing rooms
- 2.1. Students take off their outerwear and outdoor shoes in the locker room at the designated area for this class.
- 2.2. Money, keys, mobile phones and other valuable items must not be left in the pockets of outerwear.
- 2.3. Do not run, push, jump in the locker room, as this place is a high-risk area.
- 2.4. After the end of the lessons, all classes descend in an organized manner into the locker room with the teacher who led the last lesson.
- 2.5. Students take their belongings from the locker room and dress for recreation to avoid cramping the locker room.
3. Rules of conduct in the classroom
- 3.1. Entering the classroom, the student prepares the workplace for the beginning of the lesson: takes out a textbook, notebook, writing utensils.
- 3.2. The student is obliged to present a diary at the request of the teacher, have everything necessary for work in the classroom, write down assignments at home, and do homework daily.
- 3.3. In exceptional cases, the student may come unprepared for the lesson, which must be warned in advance by the teacher. In the next lesson, the student must report to the teacher about the completed assignment.
- 3.4. You can not be late for lessons, miss them without a good reason.
- 3.5. Skipping lessons is not a reason for homework failure. The student performs them independently, with the help of his peers or during consultation hours with a teacher.
- 3.6. During the lesson, the student must not leave the classroom, change places at the desk, shout out, make noise, interfere with the lesson.
- 3.7. During the lesson, the student should carefully listen to the teacher’s explanation and the answers of his peers. You cannot be distracted yourself and distract your comrades.
- 3.8. After the teacher has explained the new material, the student can ask a question if he did not understand something during the explanation.
- 3.9. The student’s desire to ask a question to the teacher, to ask the teacher about something is determined by raising his hand.
- 3.10. During practical and laboratory work, technology lessons, each student observes safety precautions when performing this type of work.
- 3.11. During the control and independent work, each student is obliged to perform them independently.Help from other students is not allowed. It is allowed to use only those materials indicated by the teacher. In case of violation of these rules, the teacher has the right to take away the student’s work and evaluate only that part of the work that the student has done independently.
- 3.12. If an adult arrives or leaves the classroom, the students greet him by standing up.
- 3.13. Students are not allowed to use mobile phones or chew gum during lessons and extracurricular activities.
- 3.14. In case of absence from classes, the student must provide the class teacher with a medical certificate stating the reasons for the absence and that he can attend school.
- 3.15. During the school day, the student has the right to leave school on a medical certificate, a note from the class teacher or administration.
4. Rules of conduct at recess
- 4.1. The break time between lessons is given to students for rest, communication with friends, the opportunity to move to another room in accordance with the lesson schedule.
- 4.2. During recess, students should not be in classrooms, gyms, assembly halls, workshops without a teacher.
- 4.3. During breaks, it is forbidden to run along the corridors and stairs, push other students, throw various objects at each other, shout, make noise, use obscene expressions.
- 4.4. It is forbidden to gather with other students in the toilet for communication and conversation, to smoke, to spoil the premises and sanitary equipment.
- 4.5. It is forbidden to open windows and sit on windowsills during breaks. Transoms are used to ventilate classrooms and corridors.
- 4.6. Responsible for maintaining order on the floor are the students of the duty class and the duty teacher. All other students are required to follow their instructions.
5. Rules of conduct in the dining room
- 5.1. Students are in the dining room only during breaks and during meal times.
- 5.2. When entering the dining room, take off your backpack and leave it outside the dining room.
- 5.3. Before and after eating, you must wash your hands with soap and water. You cannot eat while standing and take food out of the dining room.
- 5.4. You can talk softly while eating. Good manners should be observed, not to disturb the neighbors at the table. The canteen staff should be thanked when receiving food and at the end of the meal.
- 5.5. After eating, students tidy up the table at which they ate.
- 5.6. The appearance in the dining room of people in outer clothing is prohibited.
School number 302 – State budgetary educational institution secondary school number 302 Frunzensky district of St.
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