“Hudson Falls High School is a community partnership dedicated to challenging all students to reach their full potential through quality educational opportunities in a safe, cooperative environment, thus preparing them for lifelong learning as responsible citizens in a changing and diverse society.”
Student Code of Conduct
As a public institution, the Hudson Falls Central School District should provide the opportunity for every student to achieve a broad educational and social experience. To attain this goal, we must recognize the worth and dignity of the individual, foster the development of personal values, encourage the practice of self-evaluation, and create an atmosphere in which new and potentially controversial ideas can be rationally examined and evaluated.
The school system should reflect the ideals of the local community and should act as an instrument for preserving the positive values and traditions of the community, state, and nation.
To teach each student how to develop as a responsible citizen within society, the school must clearly define the values and ideals by which personal and group conduct is judged. Toward that end, we believe Hudson Falls should foster a disciplined environment that will guide each individual in developing a firm code of moral conduct and a respect for the dignity of others.
|THE SCHOOL MUST INSTILL WITHIN EACH STUDENT THE IDEA THAT THE WELL-BEING OF THE OVERALL SCHOOL COMMUNITY WILL NEVER BE SACRIFICED OR COMPROMISED FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL NOT WILLING TO FUNCTION AS A CONSTRUCTIVE MEMBER OF OUR EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY.|
Electronic Device Policy
Permitted during Non Academic Time
Electronic Device use is permitted during non academic times of the school day. This time includes: assigned lunch periods and in the halls and bathrooms in-between classes; study halls and library are considered academic time.
Electronic Device use at any other time than what is described above results in confiscation of the phone and a night of detention. Failure to complete detention results in ISS. Failure to complete ISS results in OSS.
Students who do not immediately surrender their device after 1st request receive two nights of detention…one for the electronic device violation and one for the insubordination.