Students' Rights and Responsibilities

  • Each and every student in the Homer schools will be instructed and assisted to enable him or her to achieve scholastic, personal, and social success. While each child has a right to an education, he or she also has the responsibility to conduct him or herself in a manner that does not interfere with the rights of others to an education. Students will be instructed in and should demonstrate responsibility for their conduct and personal standards which include courtesy and respect to oneself and others, honesty and integrity, and respect for one’s own property and the person and property of others. One of the goals of education in Homer schools is self-discipline and accepting responsibility for one’s own actions.