Our Learning Environment
- Students have a right to:
- Experience a rich and appropriate education.
- Be treated with respect and dignity.
- Learn from their mistakes.
- Be heard and have their –feelings and opinions respected by others.
- Participate in decisions about their own education.
- A safe school where personnel and community property are safe.
- Students have a responsibility to:
- Contribute to a positive learning environment.
- Treat others with dignity and respect, and not treat others differently because of their race, ethnicity, religion, age, appearance, gender, sexual orientation, or socio-economic status.
- Help others learn from their mistakes.
- No one should silently stand by while the rights of others are abused.
- Listen to others and respect the rights of others to express themselves, their feelings, and their opinions.
- Help to create an environment where personal and community property are respected and safe from harm or misuse.
Our Academic Expectations
LEARNING is West Valley Mid-Level campus’s #1 PRIORITY! We think student’s most important reason for attending school is to acquire the attitudes, skills, and information necessary to become a contributing and positive member of society. For students to meet our learning expectations, they are responsible for the following:
- Keeping a positive attitude.
- Having prompt and regular attendance.
- Bringing assignments and materials to class daily.
- Turn in daily work and homework on time.
- Ask for assistance or further explanation when in doubt., when needed
- Follow the guidelines in the student handbook.
- Out-of-district students who fail any class at the end of any term may have their permission to attend West Valley School District revoked.
A FIRST INCIDENT requiring repair is covered with a $20 copay. In the event that the part in need of replacement is less than $20, you will only be charged that amount and it will be documented as your FIRST INCIDENT. In all other incidents following, the student will be charged the cost of the parts needed to repair or a $250 device replacement fee. Damage to Loaner Chromebooks will result in a charge in the amount of the parts needed or a device replacement cost of $250. Mechanical failures, determined by IT Staff, are covered by WVSD.
Responsibility in the Event of Loss or Damage
- Report Chromebook loss or damage to library staff or designee within five days.
- If the loss is due to theft, burglary, robbery, or vandalism, notify local law enforcement and present the official police report to school administration in the main office to assist the district in providing a permanent replacement.
- If a device cannot be repaired, a replacement of the district’s choosing will be provided. If a replacement is provided, all damage incidents will be charged the amount of the parts needed to repair or a $250 device replacement cost. While the device is repaired, the student will be issued a loaner of the District’s choosing and the student will be responsible for any damage to the loaner
FIRST INCIDENT Qualification
- The copay only applies to accidental damage, cracked screens, drops, liquid spills, submersion, theft, burglary, robbery, or vandalism with an official police report or a school administrator incident report. FIRST INCIDENT qualification is void for intentional acts of neglect or abuse as determined by school staff. Cosmetic damage. Unexplained loss, mysterious disappearance or law enforcement seizure. Devices not returned when withdrawing. Tampering with or any unauthorized attempts to repair device.
- Coverage may be denied if a student willfully defrauds, conceals, and/or misrepresents any material information about the cause of damage or loss of the device. Please report all incidents promptly.
- For emergencies: call 911 immediately
- Information line: - (509) 972-6002 and (509) 972-6003
- Anonymous WV crime and safety tip line: - (509) 972-6027
- Crime Stoppers Online Tip Form
- Flash Alert App: Sign-up for emergency alerts sent to your phone
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