Examples of School Rules:
School Rules Set #1
1. Team players follow the rules. Do not bring electronic
devices including cell phones, toys, food, beverages, and hooded tops to
school. As per School Regulations these items, including cell phones, will be
temporarily confiscated. Always is a team player!
2. Excellence begins with you! Follow the school dress code
with pride every day! Torn jeans or clothes are not allowed. Pants must be
belted at the waist. Coats, jackets, scarves, hats, beads, bandanas, and
du-rags will be locked in your locker or closet without exception until
3. Respect for all others. You may not eat or drink in any
classroom. You must have a signed/dated pass from a teacher, dean, or an
administrator in order to be legally out of your class. There is Zero Tolerance
for physical and/or verbal violence, including cyber bullying.
4. Never forget your mission. Come to school prepared to do
outstanding work each and every day. This includes having a book bag, required
textbooks, agenda, a pen, a pencil, a notebook and all homework and classwork
5. Successful students are punctual. Students must report to
school on time and be ready to learn. Ready to Learn means be in your assigned
seat on time, book bag off, notebook/pen out, quietly listening to
announcements, ready to start the day.
School Rules Set #2
Students will be on time, in their seat, and ready to go
when the bell rings.
Students will bring all needed materials to class.
No food or drink in the classroom. This includes gum, candy,
All electronic device, unless medical, are forbidden. All
electronic watches, which emit loud alarms, must be turned off.
Students will also obey all district and school rules.
School Rules Set #3
Bring all your materials (including homework) with you every
Come to class regularly and not be tardy.
Sharpen your pencil before the tardy bell rings.
Use the restroom between classes or during lunch. Please do
not ask unless it is an emergency.
Do not talk when the teacher is talking.
Do not chew gum in class.
Do not bring drinks to class.
Be respectful to teacher and to one another.
Have a positive attitude.
School Rules Set #4
Be in the classroom and seated by bell, each day. Those not
in their seats at the start of class time will be counted tardy. Tardies will
be handled according to school policy.
No one will be allowed to leave the classroom without a pass
from a staff member.
Have locker and restroom needs taken care of before coming
Hats shall not be worn during class. Please remove hats upon
entering the classroom.
Be courteous! Do not talk while the teacher or another
student is presenting material.
Respect other people's feelings!
Follow directions the first time they are given.
Stay on task!
School Rules Set #5
Arrive on time.
Raise your hand before speaking.
Listen to others and participate in class discussions.
Use the pencil sharpener during noninstructional time.
Stay on task.
Do your assignments.
Bring materials and have them ready.
Listen to directions.
Cooperate with your group.
Pick up after yourself.
Leave other people's materials alone.
Do not interrupt other students' learning.
Keep hands, feet and objects to yourself.
Keep your hands clean and take care of personal hygiene in
the rest room during breaks.
No vandalism. Don't write or carve on your desk or school
Treat computers with care.
School Rules Set #6
One person at a time leaves the room with the hall pass.
Clean your workstation appropriately.
Absolutely no food, drink, gum, or candy permitted.
Do not come to class late without a hall pass.
Be organized and prepared for class.
Class Rules Set #7
Come to class prepared to learn. (Pencils sharpened, pen,
paper, and notebooks)
Respect all property. (School property, personal property,
and other's property)
Respect all ideas given in class and do not criticize
anybody's ideas or thoughts.
Do your very best!
Dress Code Rules Set #8
1. No bare feet or bedroom slippers.
2. No Pajamas.
3. Skirts and dresses are to be 2" or less above the
4. Shorts must be 3" or less above the knees.
5. No Tank tops, razorback, back out, see-through
6. No Spaghetti strap tops (camisoles).
7. No underclothes showing.
8. Do not wear pants with holes above the knees.
9. Cleavage must be covered.
10. No tight form fitting jeans, leggings or jeggings
(Regardless of pockets).
11. For presentations, dress appropriately, but if you
is out of code, bring a change of clothes.
Dress Code Rules Set #9
SHIRTS Middle School Grades 6 - 8:
Long/Short-sleeved yellow or white oxford our with the
official World Communications Charter School logo.
High School Grades 9-12:
Long/short-sleeved gold, green, black or tan oxford or
black/gold golf shirt with the official World Communications Charter School
No Non-Uniform tops
No Blouses w/ designs, ruffles, etc.
No Stained/Overly worn shirts
No Non-Uniform sweaters or tops
SWEATERS (Optional) must be purchased from World
Communications Charter School.
PANTS Male Students:
Black dress slacks, black khaki bottoms, or black knee
length khaki shorts.
Black dress slacks, black khaki bottom, or black Capri pants
No Basketball Shorts, Cargos, sweatpants, tights, jeggings,
skinny-legged, excessively large or skintight pants.
No Pants with stripes, rips /tears, designs or writing.
PHYS ED UNIFORM White World Communications Charter School
P.E top, black sweatpants and black sneakers
SHOES ALL Black Shoes/Sneakers including laces, eyelets,
buckles, soles, designs and emblems. Must be closed toe and heel. No Flip
flops, sandals, croc style shoes, slides, sling-backs, clogs, UGG type boots,
work boots, slippers or shoes that reveal the heel or toe. Colored shoes or
SOCKS Plain white or black. No Colors, designs or tights
BELTS Plain black belt w/ buckle for pants/skirts with belt
loops. Buckle must be no larger than a credit card and be plain in design.
No Belts w/ designs, color or embellishments.
JEWELRY One bracelet and one necklace may be worn at a time
and should be modest in design. Earrings my not be larger than a quarter. No
Earrings larger than a quarter.
PURSES, BAGS & HATS Students are not permitted to carry
these items during the school day. Hats, do-rags and scarves may not be worn in
LANYARDS Lanyards must wear a World Communications Charter
issued lanyard at all times and to enter the building each day. In the lanyard
should be the student identification card.
No Non-World Communications Charter lanyards.
Dress Code Rules Set #10
1. No Bare feet, appropriate footwear is required.
2. No See-through clothing or bare midriff.
3. No Shorts and skirts more than 3" above the knee.
4. No Alcohol, drug advertisements, or profanities.
5. No Hats, caps, or stocking caps worn inside the building.
6. No Clothing that shows disrespect for the American Flag.
7. No Tank tops with less than 3" shoulders or large armholes.
8. No Gang-related attire.
9. Hair Color should be a natural color (no blue, pink,
10. No Inappropriately ripped or torn clothing.
11. Pants must be belted at the waist.
12. No Body piercing allowed in school. (Except for ear
Dress Code Rules Set #11
Students are required to carry a pass when leaving the classroom. Passes are to be properly filled out by the teacher. This includes going to the guidance counselor’s office.
Students are not permitted to bring electronic games, toys, Walkman, sports equipment, radios, headphones, beepers, pagers, or cellular phones. These will be confiscated and will only be returned to the parent.
Excellent attendance, punctuality, effort, and respect are required for success.
School uniforms are required for all students, in accordance with resolutions adopted by our Parent Teacher Association and the School Leadership Team.
The nurse’s office is for students who are too ill to attend class. A pass from the classroom teacher must be obtained before going to the nurse’s office.
If a student is too ill to remain in school, a parent/guardian will be expected to pick him/her up. The student must be officially signed out at the Main Office. All school personnel have been trained to obtain strict proof of identification before releasing the child.