Academic Honesty Policy
ACADEMIC HONESTY POLICY
Cheating is simply defined as using the work or ideas of others as your own. Some examples of cheating include:
Submitting internet data as your own original work.
Copying from printed sources such as encyclopedias, magazines, and newspapers where no credit is given to the author of the article.
Having others do your work for you and sharing your work with others.
Unauthorized talking during a test situation.
Using cheat sheets or unauthorized supplemental notes in test situations.
Looking at others work.
Copying homework assignments from another student.
The consequences for cheating are as follows:
1 st Offense: Zero on assignment, parent call & referral
2 nd Offense: All of the above including detentions & a Performance Contract
3 rd Offense: Suspension
4 th Offense: Meeting with the Assistant Principal