Policies & Procedures
Academic honesty is an integral part of the educational process. Appropriate moral and ethical development must include students’ placing a genuine value on honesty.
Cheating is a form of academic misconduct, which results in the misrepresentation of student ability and achievement. It includes, but is not limited to:
- Copying (homework, quizzes, tests, projects, assignments, computer discs, etc.)
- Giving or obtaining assistance on quizzes and tests (or attempting to do so
- Using unauthorized help materials
- Possession of test questions an/or answers in advance of or during a test
- Substituting for a test-taker
- Collusion on tests, projects, etc.
Parent contact will be made and further disciplinary action could result, depending on specific circumstances. Penalties for cheating will be determined by the teacher, and when necessary, the Principal or Assistant Principal.
The MS honor roll is designed to recognize student achievement. Students achieving honor roll status must have a 87.0 GPA (with no grade less than a “C”) with all grades being weighed equally (including core academic classes and specials).