Classroom and School Expectations
Your behavior at school reflects your attitude about learning — let your classroom behavior reflect your Eagle Pride and the value of education! Your success (here and beyond) and the success of others depends on maintaining an environment conducive to learning. These expectations help ensure the success of all EHS students:
• Treat everybody with the respect you would appreciate.
• Be in class on time with the needed materials.
• Display appropriate, workplace-like behaviors that show respect for school and learning.
• Demonstrate respect for teachers and peers by not talking during classroom presentations.
• Avoid the use of profanity that may offend others.
• Do not engage in disruptive behavior nor encourage it by accepting it.
• Avoid making noise in hallways during class time —please stay off 2nd floor during first lunch
and 1st floor during second lunch.
• Show respect by following individual classroom rules and directives.
• Pay attention! You are responsible for all material presented.
• Refrain from sitting in the hallways during class and passing times.
[EHS Student Handbook, 2011-12, pg. 6]