All AASB schools have mission statements that speak of high academic expectations and high expectations for character development and community building. We believe extra-curricular trips demand an increased layer of behavioral expectations and that the elements of risk are heightened for teachers, administrators, parents, students and for the school due to the elevated of risk inherent in taking numbers of students off campus.
Given the above, we believe a set of clear behavioral expectations and aligned consequences are necessary to help our schools support positive behavior and address infractions and violations consistently.
Level I Infractions (Major) include the following but are not limited to:
Use of drug/alcohol/tobacco/vaporiser
Physical & verbal abuse
Emotional abuse such as: hazing and bullying
Level II Infractions (Minor) include the following but are not limited to:
Violation of Curfew
Leaving any AASB venue without permission and/or proper supervision
Level I/II Consequences may include the following but are not limited to:
A student may be sent 五福彩票6688下载 which will be at the parent's expense. (LI)
The student may be excluded from all future events for a period of one year from the date of the infraction, including the same tournament/event the following year. (LI)
The student may be excluded from next event in which they would be eligible to participate/represent their school. (LI)
The student may be declared ineligible for further participation in the event. This would include games, dances, and awards ceremonies. (LI/LII)
The student may be declared ineligible for participation in the next scheduled activity. (LII)
AS A STUDENT / PARTICIPANT AT AN AASB EVENT I SHALL:
Show respect for teammates, opponents, officials, and coaches.
Respect the integrity and judgment of game event officials or organizers.
Exhibit fair play, sportsmanship and proper conduct on and off the playing field.
Refrain from the use of profanity, vulgarity, and other offensive language and gestures.
Refrain from any violent or aggressive behavior that jeopardizes the safety and/or well being of others.
Adhere to the established rules and standards of the game to be played.
Respect all property and use it safely and appropriately.
Not use alcohol, tobacco, vaporiser and drugs.
Follow the rules and regulations of the host school or organization.
Respect established curfews.
Not leave the premises of the sponsored event without permission from their school’s representative.
Not enter sleeping quarters other than my own.
AS A PARENT / SPECTATOR AT AN AASB EVENT I SHALL:
Encourage students to compete within the rules and respect chaperones/coaches and officials’ decisions.
Encourage all students to respect the efforts of other participants and teams.
Remember that children learn best by example, applaud good plays/performances by both my team and their opponents.
Give positive comments that motivate and encourage continued effort, focus on the team/individual efforts and performance – not the score.
Thank the coaches/chaperones, officials and other volunteers who give their time to conduct the event for my child.
Respect the rights, dignity, and worth of all people involved in the sport or activity, regardless of their gender, ability, or cultural background.
Not criticize or ridicule any student’s performance.
Refrain from using bad language.
Not harass or disrespect students, coaches/chaperones, officials or other spectators.
Not argue with an official or administrator. If I disagree with a decision or have a query, I will inform the coach/chaperone or manager after the competition.
Display sportsmanship and act with integrity.
Since 1960, PACA has served the local and international community of São Paulo as a Christian, American and Brazilian curriculum school. Our education integrates Biblical truth in all areas of instruction to guide the hearts and minds of our students and our academic program allows students to receive two diplomas, American and Brazilian, upon graduation which opens doors for them to study in the best universities in the USA, Brazil or throughout the world.