Students will be considered to be cheating if involved in any of the following: roving eyes, cheat sheets, open books during tests, talking during tests, plagiarism (as defined by instructor), other cases of observed cheating.
Each documented cheating offense may result in the teacher having a parent conference, a grade of “F” on the work involved, and a discipline referral to the guidance office. Should more serious offenses occur, one or more of the following actions will be taken:
- Restriction from co-curricular activities
- Loss of scholarships and awards
- Transfer to Community Learning Center
- Restriction on letters of recommendation