On-Campus Conduct

Computer Use and the Internet

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The purpose of computer technology and the Internet is to support research and education in and among academic institutions in the United States by providing access to unique resources and the opportunity for collaborative work. Transmission of any material in violation of any U.S. or state regulation is prohibited. This includes but is not limited to: copyrighted material; plagiarism (the claiming of someone’s work as your own); use of profanity, obscenity, or other language which may be offensive to another user; threatening, pornographic, obscene or other material deemed inappropriate for minors; expressions of bigotry, racism or hate; or materials protected by trade secret. Use for commercial activities, product advertisement and/or political lobbying is also prohibited.

The use of computers and the Internet is a privilege, not a right. Inappropriate use will result in cancellation of those privileges and may result in other consequences as per the DOE Code of Conduct. An administrator may deny access at any time as required. The administration, faculty and staff of the school may request the system administrator to deny, revoke or suspend specific user access.

  • Be polite; do not get abusive in your messages to others.
  • Use appropriate language; do not swear, use vulgarities or suggestive language.
  • Illegal activities are strictly forbidden.
  • Electronic mail is not guaranteed to be private.  Messages relating  to or in support of illegal activities will be reported to the authorities.
  • Use the network in a way that will not disrupt the use of other users.
  • All communications and information accessible via the network should not be assumed to be private property.

Dress Code:
• Pants are to be worn at the waist, NOT sagging
• Skirts / Shorts / Ripped pants must be at least finger-tip length
• Hats, hoods, du-rags, headbands, bandanas etc., are PROHIBITED
• Bare chests / mid-riffs and crop tops are PROHIBITED
• See-through clothing including leggings, t-shirts, etc., are PROHIBITED
• Exposed undergarments are PROHIBITED
• All beads are PROHIBITED

If a student is discovered wearing a hat or beads the item will be confiscated and ONLY returned to a parent/guardian

If a student is deemed to be “dressed inappropriately” by an administrator, he/she will be asked to change his/her clothes. If the student does not have appropriate clothes to change into, the parent/guardian will be asked to bring appropriate clothing. Repeat offenses may result in further disciplinary action.

Academic Conduct

Grades earned in any course shall reflect the student’s daily achievement as well as the fulfillment of other academic requirements that may be established by the teacher.
 
Students and Parents have the ability to go on-line and see how they are doing in every class on their program.  Grades on all assignments, tests, quizzes, projects and homework can be seen.  This program will also show what assignments are missing and or incomplete. 
 
Teachers and students and teachers and parents can communicate to each other using this system.  The system allows you to e-mail each other any questions or concerns you may have.
To use the Datacation system log into:  www.pupilpath.com.
*Students will receive their username and password in their English classes.
*Parents will be sent a letter home with their username and password.
If students have difficulty logging-in they can see our Computer Tech, Daniel, in Room 438.  If parents have difficulty logging-in they can contact the school at (212) 501-1202.
A.  Cheating (e.g., copying from another’s test paper; using material during a test which is not authorized by teacher; collaborating with another student during the test without authorization; knowingly using,
      buying, selling, stealing, transporting, or soliciting, in whole or part, the contents of un-administered test;
      substituting for another student or permitting another student to substitute for one’s self to take a test;
      bribing another person to obtain a test that is to be administered; or securing copies of the test or answers
      to the test in advance of the test).
 
B.  Plagiarizing (appropriating another’s work and using it as one own for credit without the required citation
      and attribution).
 
C.   Colluding (engaging in fraudulent collaboration with another person in preparing written work for credit).
 
Academic Dishonesty is prohibited punishable by penalties, including failing grades, suspension and expulsion, as provided herein.
 
Academic Dishonesty
 
Cheating is the unauthorized use or attempted use of material, information, notes, study aids, devices or communication during an academic exercise.
 
  • Copying from another student during an examination or allowing another to copy your work
  • Unauthorized collaboration on a take home assignment or examination
  • Using notes during a closed book examination
  • Taking an examination for another student, or asking or allowing another student to take a examination for you
  • Changing a graded exam and returning it for more credit
  • Submitting substantial portions of the same paper to more than one course without consulting with each instructor
  • Preparing answers or writing notes in a blue book (exam booklet) before an examination
  • Allowing others to research and write assigned papers or do assigned projects, including use of commercial term paper services
  • Giving assistance to acts of academic misconduct/dishonesty
  • Fabricating data (all or part0
  • Submitting someone else’s work as your own
  • Unauthorized use during an examination of any electronic devices such as cell phones, palm pilots, computers or other technologies to retrieve or send information
 
Plagiarism is the act of presenting another person’s ideas, research or writing as your own.
 
The following are some examples of plagiarism, but by no means is it an exhaustive list:
  • Copying another person’s words without the use of quotation marks and footnotes attributing the words to their source
  • Presenting another person’s ideas or theories in your own words without acknowledging the source
  • Using information that is not common knowledge without acknowledging the source
  • Failing to acknowledge collaborators on homework and laboratory assignments
 
Internet plagiarism includes submitting downloaded term papers or parts of term papers, paraphrasing or copying information from the internet without citing the source and “cutting & pasting” from various sources without proper attribution.

Although conflict is a natural part of life, fighting does not have to be.
Law, Advocacy & Community Justice High School has a zero-tolerance for fighting.
To help prevent fights, we have a conflict mediation program that will work with students who are in conflict.
This program helps disputants to develop skills that will allow them to be heard, to listen, and to come to a resolution that is satisfactory to all parties involved.