KFA Public Conduct on School Property
PUBLIC CONDUCT ON SCHOOL PROPERTY
Any person who behaves in an unsportsmanlike manner at any time on school property including during an athletic or extracurricular event may be removed from school property. Examples of unacceptable conduct include but are not limited to:
- Using vulgar or obscene language or gestures;
- Using racially inflammatory language or language that violates the school committee’s discrimination or harassment policies;
- Possessing or being under the influence of any alcoholic beverage or illegal substance;
- Possessing a weapon;
- Fighting or otherwise striking, injuring, or threatening another person;
- Engaging in any activity that is illegal, disruptive, or may result in criminal charges; and
- Smoking on any school property.
Visitors to the school shall comply with all applicable Veazie School Committee policies and school rules. Visitors who violate these polices/rules and/or disrupt the safe and orderly operation of the school shall be asked to leave school grounds. The building administrator has the authority to refuse entry to persons who do not have legitimate, school-related business, and/or who may disrupt the operations of the school.
The building administrator may request the assistance of law enforcement as necessary to deal with unauthorized persons or violations of the law by visitors.
The Superintendent or building administrator is authorized to report to the appropriate authorities incidents involving violence, threats of bodily harm (including bomb threats), possession of a weapon, possession, selling, distribution, or use of illegal substances, or other activity that is illegal or which disrupts the operation of the school or school activities, and to furnish information concerning such incidents to law enforcement officials.