Summer School will be a fun-filled and challenging learning experience for students. To ensure that all students are safe and able to learn, the same behavior appropriate during the regular school year will be expected. Students are expected to treat all staff and students at school with respect, as well as respect the property of others, while demonstrating safe and appropriate behavior habits in and about the school. To assist students in developing desirable behavior habits, educators wil provide an envirnoment that is safe, positive, and challenging. Students feel safe and learning improves when they have clear, logical, and consistent boundaries. Teachers and administrators work as a team to provide the needed structure and support to help each student learn to take responsibility for their actions. Parents/Guardians will be kept informed on any concerns and will be asked to partner with the school in helping their children learn to make good choices. The Summer School program will not utilize detentions or in-school suspension because of limited summer staff. Because of this during an instance where a detention or in-school suspension would be an appropriate consequence the student may be sent home or asked not to attend part, or the remainder of the Summer School program.