The Hopkins Summer School expects that members of the community will at all times:
· treat others with respect and courtesy
· act with honesty and integrity
· treat property with care and respect
· obey the laws of the city, state, and nation
Serious misconduct involves acts such as
· serious breaches of community standards of language and behavior.
· acts that may compromise or disrupt the School’s computer network.
· disruption to class.
· use of tobacco products.
Very misconduct involves acts such as
· includes language and/or behavior that is racially, ethnically, or sexually offensive.
· verbal or physical harassment of other students, teachers, or staff.
· serious disrespect toward adults.
· cheating or plagiarism.
· violating network security or use of technology for illegal purposes.
· criminal acts include, but are limited to: theft, vandalism, assault, threats to public safety, possession of illegal drugs or explosives.
If necessary, the Director of the Summer School and a Hopkins Administrator will exercise discipline after consultation with those involved, and in accordance with the Hopkins School Handbook of regulations and rules of conduct.