• Behavior and Consequences


    Students are responsible for their own behavior and are expected to follow all campus rules and regulations.  These behavior expectations apply at any time students are on campus and at all school activities.  The Education Code also gives the school jurisdiction over student conduct on the way to school, or at school activities, at break and lunch whether on or off campus, and on the way home from school.  These basic expectations supplement the District’s broad discretionary authority to maintain safety, order, and discipline.


    The following behaviors are inappropriate, unacceptable, and prohibited and may lead to suspension or, in some cases, expulsion from all District schools:


    1.     Caused, attempted to cause, or threatened to cause physical injury to another person.

    2.     Willfully used force or violence upon the person of another, except in self-defense.

    3.     Possessed, sold, or furnished any real weapons or explosives, including firecrackers and folding knives with locking blades or other dangerous objects.

    4.     Possessed, used, sold, furnished, or been under the influence of drugs, bogus drugs, drug paraphernalia, alcoholic beverages, or intoxicants.

    5.     Unlawfully offered, arranged, or negotiated to sell a controlled substance, alcoholic beverage, or an intoxicant of any kind, and either sold, delivered, or otherwise furnished an imitation to a person.

    6.     Committed or attempted to commit robbery or extortion.

    7.     Caused or attempted to cause damage to school or private property.

    8.     Stole or attempted to steal school or private property.

    9.     Possession or use of tobacco or products containing tobacco or nicotine products in any form including chewing tobacco.

    10.   Commission of an obscene act or vulgarity or use of profanity or slander.

    11.   Unlawfully possessed or unlawfully offered, arranged, or negotiated to sell drug paraphernalia.

    12.   Disrupted school activities or disobeyed any request by a school employee.

    13.   Knowingly received stolen school or private property.

    14.   Possessed an imitation firearm.

    15.   Committed or attempted to commit a sexual assault or committed sexual battery.

    16.   Harassed, threatened, or intimidated a student who is a witness in a discipline proceeding.

    17.   Unlawfully offered, arranged to sell, negotiated to sell, or sold the prescription drug, Soma.

    18.   Engaged in, or attempted to engage in, an act of hazing.

    19.   Engaged in an act of bullying, including, but not limited to, bullying committed by means of an electronic act.

    20.   Inflicted or threatened physical injury to another person or used real or facsimile weapons in a threatening manner.

    21.   Committed sexual harassment

    22.   Caused, attempted to cause, or participated in an act of hate violence.

    23.   Intentionally harassed, threatened, or intimidated, creating a hostile educational environment.

    24.   Made terroristic threats against school officials, school property, or both.

    25.   Possessed, sold, or otherwise furnished a firearm.

    26.   Brandished a knife at another person.

    27.   Unlawfully sold a controlled substance.

    28.   Committed or attempted to commit a sexual assault.

    29.   Possessed an explosive.

    30.   Used the pool or other school facilities without the supervision of an authorized school employee.

    31.   Threw any object, including water, food, or beverages.

    32.   Participated in “kidnapping” fellow students.

    33.   Dressed up in any type of costume, which is prohibited unless authorized by campus administration.


    34.   Brought skateboards, rollerblades, other wheeled vehicles, laser pointers, radios, or tape recorders on campus.

    35.   Possessed or used water balloons, water pistols, or other liquid-propelling devices.

    36.   Climbed on roofs of buildings or on covered walkways.

    37.   Gambled.

    38.   Unlawfully parked.

    39.   Behaved inappropriately on a school bus.

    40.   Used cell phones and/or iPOD or other similar devices without authorization.

    41.   Trespassed on other school campuses without permission from administrative staff members.

    42.   Participated in actions which threatened to disrupt the instructional process. 

    43.   Willfully defied the authority of school officials (including academic dishonesty).


    Violators of these behavior expectations may be subject to one or more of the following consequences:


    1.     Conference with student and/or parent/guardian.

    2.     Denial of school privileges.

    3.     Campus cleanup.

    4.     Detention.

    5.     Saturday School.

    6.     Removal from class.

    7.     Suspension.

    8.     Transfer to another District school or school district.

    9.     Expulsion.


    Academic Honesty Policy


    Fullerton Joint Union High School District students are expected to attend school ready to learn.  It is also expected that student behavior will reflect good sense and an ability to discern right from wrong.  The well-being of the school community depends on the student accepting responsibility for personal conduct in both social and academic endeavors.


    Academic honesty depends on the student taking responsibility for producing work that is reflective of the student’s best effort. Academic dishonesty is evidenced by cheating or plagiarizing and involves an attempt by a student to show possession of knowledge and skills he/she does not possess.  Academic dishonesty may result in a zero grade for work completed, loss of credit, a failing grade for the course, or other appropriate consequences as determined by a school administrator.


    Student, Parent/Guardian, and Teacher ResponsibilitiesStudents are expected to adhere to the principles of this policy in completing all school-related tests, quizzes, reports, homework, assignments, and other  academic work both in class and out of class. Parents/guardians are expected to support the spirit and intent of this policy by reviewing the policy with their students and encouraging the students to practice academic honesty. Teachers are expected to promote the academic honesty policy through ongoing reference to and application of the District Moral and Civic Values, to make clear to students the fact that the principles of the policy will be strictly enforced, and to act on and enforce appropriate consequences when a student is found to have violated the academic honesty policy. Students found to have been involved in any act of academic dishonesty may be subject to a failing grade on related assignments, removal from the class with no credit, removal from academic honor organizations, transfer to another school, suspension, expulsion, and other appropriate consequences.

Last Modified on June 16, 2016