Code of Conduct Assemblies

Evan Eubanks

In the past two weeks, there were 4 code of conduct assemblies held for each grade level. Each assembly was a way for administrators to catch students that did not have on the correct  uniform. The students that didn’t have correct uniforms or student identification cards, received a slip that needed to be signed by a parent and brought back to the grade level administrator.
The 11th and 12th grade assemblies both talked about fundraising, prom and senior dues. The 9th grade assembly was about the what the administrators expect from them and how to transition them from Middle School to High School. The 10th grade assembly was about getting settled into their second year and getting ready to start paying attention to colleges.
These assemblies were used as reminders to always wear the correct uniform and carry your student identification cards.