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Behaviors for Learning



Aragon High School, committed to providing a quality education that recognizes the importance of both standards-based academics and personal development, fervently supports individual student achievement and strives to create a community where all students, teachers, administrators, and parents are accountable for demonstrating a commitment to learning. 

To make a positive contribution in our 21st century democratic multicultural society, students must make a consistent effort to master and demonstrate appropriate behavior for learning, which will in turn enable them to make the most out of their experience at Aragon.




First Week of Class:  Teachers explain BFL rules and review the process steps for the tardy policy.

Policy:          Tardies are recorded in Aeries for being late to class any time during the class period.  Total absence from class will constitute a cut.  The teacher’s attendance records remain the official record for attendance as defined by California Education Code.

Expected Behavior:  Be in class and ready to work when the bell rings.

1st Step:        After the 3rd class tardy Ø Teacher writes referral to Dean including a note as to prior           conferences with the student regarding tardies. Saturday School assigned.

2nd Step:       After the 6th class tardy Ø Teacher writes referral to Dean. Attendance Conference with                      Administration.  Saturday School assigned

3rd Step:        After the 9th class tardy Ø Administration conference and a disciplinary issue, possible suspension. 

*Records are cleared at the semester.

Thursday Detention Center will be each week ~ Each session clears one detention.    

Saturday School is held 8am – 12pm once a month and is a study time with tutors ~  Each hour of Saturday School clears one detention  (Saturday School schedule will be available when school starts)



The BFL-Learning Targets

                        1.  Respectful Language

                        2.  Academic Integrity

                        3.  Respect School and Others’ property

                        4.  No Electronic Devices

            Major Infractions automatically go the assistant principals and/or dean

Consequences:  Recorded in Aeries in the intervention file

  •  Schoolwide infractions in any 6 week period Ø Saturday School.
  •  Recidivism will warrant an administration conference and a disciplinary issue.