HONOWAI ELEMENTARY

Discipline

Chapter 19

Section 8-10-6 Prohibited Student Conduct; Class Offenses

Class A Offenses

  • Assault
  • Burglary
  • Dangerous instrument, or substance; possession or use of dangerous weapons; possession or use of
  • Drug paraphernalia; possession; use or sale of; (alcohol)
  • Extortion
  • Fighting
  • Firearms; possession or use of
  • Homicide
  • Illicit drugs; possession, use or sale of;
  • Intoxicating substances; possession, use, or sale of; (alcohol)
  • Property damage or vandalism;
  • Robbery
  • Sexual offenses
  • Terroristic threatening

Class B Offenses

  • Bullying
  • Cyberbullying
  • Disorderly conduct
  • False alarm
  • Forgery
  • Gambling
  • Harassment
  • Hazing
  • Inappropriate or questionable uses, or both of Internet materials or equipment, or both;
  • Theft
  • Trespass

Class C Offenses

  • Abusive language
  • Class cutting
  • Insubordination
  • Laser pen/laser pointer; possession or use of
  • Leaving campus without consent
  • Smoking or use of tobacco substances
  • Truancy

Class D Offenses

  • Contraband; possession or use of (see below)
  • Minor problem behaviors; or defiance/disrespect/non-compliance
  • Disruption means student engages in low-intensity, inappropriate disruption
  • Dress code violation
  • Inappropriate language
  • Physical contact
  • Property misuse means student engages in low-intensity misuse of property

Class D Contraband


All item(s) may be confiscated if it poses a threat to the health/safety/welfare of self/others or hinders the normal functioning of school.

Possession or use of the following:

  • Caps/hats-use in class
  • iPods/MP3/CD players, etc.
  • ALL TOYS: yo-yos, stuffed animals, electronic game units of all types, foot/basket/soccer balls, board games, etc.
  • Skateboards/"razors"
  • Sunglasses worn in class
  • Heelies
  • Sharply pointed items: pocket knives, x-acto blades, razors, etc.
  • Money-beyond what is needed to buy books, pay for fieldtrip, lunch, etc.
  • Packaged dry saimin, powdered Kool-Aid, pixie sticks, gum, sunflower/pumpkin seeds or other seeds
  • Lighter, matches, etc.
  • Gang/drug/tobacco/obscenity and risqué sayings or drawings on clothing
  • Bandanas, gang-related wearing of clothing such as only one pants leg rolled up
  • Showing of underwear
  • Cell phone/pagers-use during school
  • ALL types of trading cards: Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokemon, etc.
  • Collectibles: pogs, comics, etc.
  • Animals or pets
  • Excessive jewelry (safety)
  • Paint pens, markers, etc.

Class D Prohibited Behaviours


Any games, behaviors, activities or “playing” that could  compromise the health/safety/welfare of self or others. 

The following is NOT allowed at any time:

  • Throwing rocks, sticks, dirt, rubbish, etc.
  • Wrestling or martial arts moves, sparring of any kind
  • Piggy-backing
  • Wall-to-wall, smear-the-queer, keep away
  • Bouncing/tossing equipment on campus
  • Pencil fighting
  • CONTACT basketball or other sport or any form of rough play that involves physical contact
  • Climbing or sliding down: hillsides, gates, fences, railings, walls, etc.
  • Running up/down stairs on campus
  • Leaving the field without permission to retrieve a ball, use the restroom, etc.
  • Use the park restroom at any time
  • Playing on the playground equipment
  • Hanging around the area by the backstop, swinging from the backstop or other fencing
  • No trading/selling of items, no selling fundraiser tickets or candy from outside sources, no selling or personal or homemade items
  • No entrepreneurial activities of any kind allowed

Other Class D

  • No teasing/name calling, spreading rumors, making rude/obscene gestures, swearing
  • No loitering in the parking lots or on the stage in the café
  • Students are not to be on campus before 7 am in the morning and must leave promptly at the end of the day
  • JPOs are to be obeyed and shown respect
  • CAFÉ: sit at assigned table. No sharing/taking food from others. Milk or food is not to be taken out of the café. Keep your table clean.

"Heely” Rule

All “heelys” or heely type shoes are not allowed on campus by order of the Complex Area Superintendent.

Warning Issued

Teachers explain the school rules to their students. Recently, students were given written information to take home to their parents/guardians listing prohibited conduct, contraband items, etc.

1st infraction
The heely plugs will be removed and kept by the vice principal. Plugs will be returned at the end of the day to the student.

2nd infraction
The heely plugs will be removed and kept by the vice principal. Plugs will be returned to a parent/guardian only.

3rd infraction
The heely plugs will be removed and kept by the vice principal. Plugs will be returned to the student on the last day of the school year.

Heely replica shoes

If possible, plugs will be removed. If plugs are not removable, student will be given a pair of slippers to borrow in exchange for the shoes.

1st infraction
Shoes will be given to vice-principal and slippers will be issued. Shoes will be returned at the end of the day.

2nd infraction
Shoes will be given to vice-principal and slippers will be issued. Shoes will be returned to parent/guardian only. Slippers must be returned.

3rd infraction
Repeat 2nd infraction consequence