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Behavior Expectations

Effective August 9, 2016

Students at King Academy will be held to high yet achievable behavior guidelines and expectations.

  • Positive behaviors will be reinforced,and negative behaviors will be corrected through interventions and a structured discipline process.  
  • All King Academy students are expected to be RESPONSIBLE, be ORGANIZED & PREPARED, ALWAYS SAFE and be RESPECTFUL.

These are the school rules and will be covered on the first day of school, and throughout the school year.


Students who do not adhere to these rules are subject to discipline.


When students are given an orderly environment for education, with appropriate rules, and are free from of harassment, learning can take place. The California Education Code #300 states:


Every pupil shall attend school punctually and regularly; conform to the regulations of the school; obey promptly all the directions of his/her teachers and others in authority; be diligent in study; respectful to his/her teachers and others in authority; kind and courteous to school mates and refrain entirely from the use of profane and vulgar language.


Title IX Policy on Sexual Harassment 4119.11(a) and 5145.7(a)

The Governing Board is committed to maintaining a learning environment that is free of harassment. The Board prohibits the unlawful sexual harassment of any student by an employee, student, or other person at school or at any school-related activity.


Any student who engages in the sexual harassment of anyone at school or a school-related activity shall be subject to disciplinary action. The Governing Board prohibits sexual harassment in the working environment of District employees or applicants by any person in any form. Employees who permit or engage in such harassment may be subject to disciplinary action up to and including dismissal.