• Accident Prevention: Student safety on campus and at school-related events is a high priority of the District. Although the District has implemented safety procedures, the cooperation of students is essential to ensure school safety. A student should:
    • Avoid conduct that is likely to put the student or other students at risk.
    • Follow the behavioral standards in this handbook and the Student Code of Conduct, as well as any additional rules for behavior and safety set by the principal, teachers, or bus drivers.
    • Remain alert to and promptly report to a teacher or the principal safety hazards, such as intruders on campus and threats made by any person toward a student or staff member.
    • Know emergency evacuation routes and signals.
    • Follow immediately the instructions of teachers, bus drivers, and other District employees who are overseeing the welfare of students.
    Accident Insurance: Soon after school opens, parents will have the opportunity to purchase low-cost accident insurance at their home campus that will help in meeting medical expenses in the event of injury to their child.
    Except for the purchase of insurance against bodily injury sustained by students while training for or engaging in interscholastic athletic competition or while engaging in school-sponsored activities on a school campus, the District, under state law, cannot pay for medical expenses associated with a student’s injury.
    Emergency Medical Treatment and Information: If a student has a medical emergency at school or a school-related activity when the parent cannot be reached, the school will need to have written parental consent to obtain emergency medical treatment, and information about allergies to medications, etc. Therefore, parents are asked each year to complete an emergency care consent form. Parents should keep emergency