Kaimuki Student ConductStudents must, at all times, abide by state and federal laws, D.O.E. regulations, and school rules.
- All students are responsible for their own behavior. Students should not disrupt activities and/or class work of other members in school.
- Students should not engage in any behavior detrimental to the welfare of Kaimuki High School, its student body, faculty and/or staff
- Chapter 19 (distributed to students) and the Student Code of Conduct (posted in classrooms) will be enforced for infractions.
- Kaimuki High School is a closed campus; students are not permitted to leave the campus during school hours without permission.
Prohibited Student Conduct
The following prohibited conduct applies to all students during school hours, on school premises, or during department-supervised activities, on or off school property:
Class A and B Offenses: Unlawful conduct: Assault; burglary; Dangerous weapons, substances or instruments - possession or use of; Disorderly conduct; Drug paraphernalia - possession, use or sale of; Extortion, False alarm - rendering of; Firearms - possession or use of; Gambling; Harassment; Illicit drugs- possession, use, or sale of; Murder; Property damage; Robbery; Sexual offenses; Terroristic threatening; Theft; Trespassing.
Class C Offenses: Department prohibited conduct: Class cutting; Insubordination; Leaving campus without consent; Smoking - use of tobacco substances; Truancy, Laser pen/laser pointer - possession or use of.
Class D Offenses: School prohibited conduct: Being in off-limits areas (pay phone, second floors of all buildings during lunch, gym, outdoor courts; field, parking lot); Contraband - possession or use of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), radios, tape/CD players, iPods, MP3s, electronic games, and cellular phones (electronics should not be visible or in operation during the instructional period and may be confiscated for at least one day); Traffic/Parking (reckless driving, speeding, parking without a pass, parking in areas not designated for students could result in loss of parking/access and/or police involvement.)
Penalties: Depending on the seriousness of the offense, one or more of the following may apply: Warning, parent conference, detention, suspension, dismissal, disciplinary transfer, police arrest, court referral.
Trespassing: Students must leave the school campus by 2:50 p.m. unless under the strict supervision of a teacher, advisor, or coach. Students must be supervised at all times while on school grounds.
Confiscation Of Items
Class A and B = Dangerous weapons or instruments, drug paraphernalia, firearms, illicit substances. Procedures outlined under Chapter 19 should be followed.
Class C = Tobacco substances.
Class D = Electronic cigarettes, lighters, and matches, roller blades, gang-related apparel.
Item will be confiscated and student can retrieve it from the Vice-Principal. (e-cigarettes, tobacco and related items will not be returned.)2nd Offense:
Parent will be required to retrieve confiscable item from Vice-Principal3rd Offense:
Parent will be notified. Disciplinary action will be taken and items will be returned at the end of the school year.
Other items that compromise the health, safety, and educational purpose of the school: Walkman/Discman/electronic games/radios/cellular phones/pagers are banned during instructional day, and are permitted only during lunch, excluding the library. These items should not be visible or in operation during the instructional period. If they are visible or in operation, confiscation procedure stated above will be followed.
You may view Chapter 19 in other languages, click here, navigate to the bottom of the page and select the desired language.
Updated July 18, 2013