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503.4 Good Conduct Rule

Participation in school activities is a privilege. School activities provide the benefits of promoting additional interests and abilities in the students during their school years and for their lifetimes.

 

Students may participate in interscholastic athletics, music, speech, and other contests or events approved by the administration subject to the rules and regulations which govern participation in general for each event or contest. Any such events must be supervised by certified school personnel.

 

Students who participate in extracurricular activities serve as ambassadors of the school district throughout the calendar year, whether away from school or at school. Students who wish to have the privilege of participating in extracurricular activities must conduct themselves in accordance with board policy and must refrain from activities which are illegal.

 

Students who fail to abide by this policy and the administrative regulations supporting it may be subject to disciplinary measures. The principal shall keep records of violations of the good conduct rule.

 

Furthermore, a student may not violate the rules and regulations of the state association and/or the discipline policy of the district or any rules or regulations pertaining to eligibility for extracurricular activity, without jeopardizing the student’s continued participation as it may apply.

 

It shall be the responsibility of the superintendent to develop rules and regulations for school activities. Students wanting to participate in school activities must meet the requirements set out by the school district for participation in the activity.

 

 

Legal Reference:                    Bunger v. Iowa High School Athletic Assn., 197 N.W.2d

                                                555 (Iowa 1972).

                                                In re Jason Clark, 1 D.P.I. App. Dec. 167 (1978).

                                                Iowa Code §§ 280.13, .13A.

                                                281 I.A.C. 12.3(8); 36.15(1).

 

Approved   02/26/91       Reviewed 08/15/2016     Revised 08/15/2016