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Discipline

All students will be expected to adhere to the guidelines contained in the Escambia County School District Rights and Responsibilities Handbook, which can be found here.

The following behaviors are considered unacceptable and may result in withdrawal from the Adult Education Program:

  • Committing any act, or attempted act, of defacement or destruction of school or personal property.
  • Engaging in abusive or profane language towards a staff member or fellow student.
  • Use of all forms of tobacco products on any areas of campus.
  • Use or possession of illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia, or alcohol.
  • Physical violence, not limiting to fighting.
  • Insubordination (including loitering on campus).
  • Acts of sexual harassment.
  • use or possession of objects that are generally considered to be weapons.

All adult education students are expected to behave in a manner conducive to academic progress, both for themselves and others in the program. Uncooperative or disruptive students will be counseled and/or disciplined on the first offense. If the offense is severe or repeated, if a similar act is committed, or pattern of behavior develops that is not conducive to the purpose of the program, the student may be administratively withdrawn.