Student Expectations

  • Attendance: Buses arrive at 8:50 and school starts promptly at 9:00 AM. Students who arrive after 9:00 will be considered tardy. Breakfast will not be served past 9:00 so that classes may begin at 9:15. The only exception is if a bus arrives late we will then make accommodations. If a student does arrive late to school, he or she must go to the office and get a pass. Three tardies count as one unexcused


  • Classwork/ Homework: Learning is priority. If a students chooses not to complete homework or classwork, they may be asked to come in for extended hours to complete missing assignments/ assessments. If additional support is needed, they need to let a staff member know. We want all students to be successful.


  • Backpacks: Should be kept in a student’s locker for the entire day. Students will not be allowed to have backpacks at lunch, in the hallway, or in class. This is a safety concern.


  • Coats/Jackets: Coats and jackets must be kept in the student’s locker for the entire day. School issued sweatshirts and crew neck gray sweatshirt can be used if cold. No Hoodies in the classroom.


  • Phones/ Headphones: While we understand that you may want your child to carry a cell phone so they can contact you outside of school, our policy is that students may not use or possess cell phones at school under any If a student brings a cell phone to school, it must be turned off and and put in their locker for the school day. Other electronic devices, such as ear pods, music players, stereos, and video games should not be brought to school for any reason. Any electric device that is being used during school, and is not authorized will be confiscated by Stonebridge staff and turned in to the School Director. The first time the phone will be returned to the student at the end of the day. Going forward phones will only be returned to a parent or guardian by Stonebridge Admin. Progressive disciple will be considered. Stonebridge World School is not responsible for lost or stolen items.


  • Classroom Engagement: Our expectations are that students are in class on time and fully participate in what the teacher has planned for the


  • Alcohol/ Drugs/ Tobacco/ Vaporizers/Weapons: Possession and/or use of alcohol, drugs, tobacco, or weapons on the premises or at school activities is Being under the influence of intoxicating beverages or drugs is prohibited at school or at any school activity. Any student found in violation will be suspended according to district policy and referred to other school support staff.
  • Selling Products in School: Student to student selling of products or food for personal profit from lockers is prohibited.


  • Technology: Students will follow all school and classroom policies, procedures and guidelines when using They need to sign and understand Technology Agreement before receiving school technology.


  • Gender Inclusion Policy: States that all students deserve respectful and inclusive learning environments that value students’ gender identity and


  • Lunch: Students will have approximately 30 minutes for lunch and be eating in the cafeteria with time to socialize with friends. No phones are allowed at lunch (or anywhere during the school day).


Display of Affection

We ask that students refrain from intimate behavior (kissing, embracing, hugging, etc.). Teachers and other staff members are instructed to correct students if their behavior is not acceptable.


Anti- Harassment

To maintain a learning and working environment that is safe and secure, and where students and employees are treated with respect and dignity. Stonebridge World School will strive to ensure that no student or employee will be subject to offensive or degrading remarks or conduct. Such behaviors include inappropriate remarks on conduct related to a student’s or employee’s race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, age, or status with regard to public assistance. (see full policy on school website)


Bullying is “unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged that involves a real or perceived power differential, is repeated over time, and is harmful.” This can be for face to face, social media, or any other method. If a student feels they are a victim of bullying, they should report it to a staff member. (see full policy on school website)

Defacing breaking or destroying school property will be addressed through the school discipline policy.