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Student Advisor's Office

Parents are encouraged to contact the Student Advisor's Office if they have any questions or concerns about discipline issues.

Principles for a RESPECTFUL School Environment:

Resources are to be valued and shared. (Value and share them.)

Each day should start with a positive attitude. (Be positive.)

Set a good example for others to follow. (Be a role model.)

Personal space and property should be honored. (Honor them.)

Expect to be treated with respect. (Reciprocate.)

Courteous behavior is contagious. (Be courteous.)

Teamwork is essential for success. (Be part of the team.)

Foster the sharing of opinions and ideas. (Welcome new ideas.)

Understand and value diversity. (Be aware of differences.)

Listen with attention and consideration. (Be a good listener.)

The student advisor's office will provide an environment where students have the opportunity to discuss and express their due process regarding discipline issues with the student advisor. Additionally, they can receive assistance with peer mediations and personal struggles with academic, career and family situations that may have manifested into a discipline referral.

  • parking passDriving/Parking at SG
  • Conduct Referrals/Detentions detention
      • All conduct referrals submitted by teachers are handled by the Student Advisor’s Office
        • School detentions are only issued by the SAO
        • Students are notified face-to-face by the SAO if they are assigned a detention and are asked to sign the referral
        • Conduct referrals do not automatically result in a detention
  • dress codeDress Code
      • Refer to the NCCVT Student/Parent Handbook for complete dress code
      • Most relevant items to remember:
        • Shorts/skirts/holes in pants must be at least fingertip length
        • No hats/hoods/headwear allowed during school hours
        • No tank tops or belly shirts
        • No inappropriate logos/images on clothing
  • Bullying/Cyberbullying no bullying
      • Contact Mr. Dave Williams via Schoology (or email) with any concerns regarding bullying and/or cyberbullying
      • Be prepared to provide all information/evidence of the situation
        • Screenshots, text messages, social media posts, etc.
      • We will only take measures to fix the situation that the reporting student is comfortable with (our goal is to improve your situation, not make it worse)
  • mediationConflict Resolution/Peer Mediation
    • The Student Advisor’s Office is meant to be a resource for all SG students
    • We handle any day-to-day issues that arise between students, even if the issue originated outside of school
    • We are always available… No appointments are necessary
code of conduct
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