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Administrator

Mayeda, Ann
Assistant Principal

Deans

Backstrom, Kellye
Dean & Senior Activities Advisor
Vasquez, Ray
Dean

Dean's Office

A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN'S OFFICE

In order to maintain a safe and orderly campus, Narbonne High School continually reinforces high standards of behavior from all students, faculty, and staff at all times. The standards are based upon State and District mandates and are also voted upon by Narbonne’s Leadership Council made up of Administrators, faculty, parents and students.

Narbonne has ZERO tolerance for the following infractions:

  1. Fighting                                              
  2. Assaults
  3. Possession of weapons
  4. Possession of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco
  5. Stealing
  6. Hate crimes
  7. Sexual Harassment
  8. Profanity and/or vulgar language

If a student is involved in any if the above, that student may be arrested, cited, suspended, and/or transferred to another school.

If a student is defiant towards a teacher or any other school personnel, a parent conference will be held. Narbonne’s progressive discipline procedure will be implemented for continued defiance.

Student behavior that disrupts school activities will not be tolerated. Disruptive students will be counseled and parents will be notified. All incidents and action taken by the school will be recorded on the student’s anecdotal record. Students may be required to serve detention after school or on Saturdays.

ELECTRONIC DEVICES/CELL PHONE POLICY

The use of cell phones, I-Phones, I-Pods, MP3 players, Nanos, PSP’s, Sidekicks, CD players or any other recreational electronic devices by students on campus is PROHIBITED DURING SCHOOL HOURS. If any student brings such a device to school, it must remain “OFF” and stored in a locker, backpack, purse, pocket or other place where it is not visible during school hours. If such a device is observed or heard by school staff, it will be confiscated until redeemed by a parent or guardian.

 

NARBONNE HIGH SCHOOL WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LOSS OF ANY PERSONAL ITEMS BROUGHT TO SCHOOL.

Student Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

  1. Students are to carry their school I.D. cards whenever on campus.
  2. Students are to follow the specific directions of school personnel.
  3. Students are to demonstrate self-control in the classroom. A student's behavior must not interfere with the education of others.
  4. Students are expected to be in class and on time, daily. Tardies are unacceptable.
  5. Students are not to be out of class without an appropriate pass.
  6. Students are to bring required books and supplies to class every day.
  7. Electronic devices are not allowed in the classroom and will be confiscated.
  8. Bicycles, skateboards, and mopeds are not to be on campus except for entering and leaving via the access road and parking area.
  9. Please keep our campus clean and beautiful. Please use trashcans that are provided.

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