Conduct and Attire Policy

Matthew 22:37-39 “Jesus replied, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with your entire mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ “


We desire for our children to learn in an environment that is wholesome and free from unnecessary distractions. Therefore, we cannot permit the disregard of rules to negatively affect the classroom environment or the activities we participate in, or cause us to lose privileges to meet in a given facility, or to reflect negatively on Christ on whom we represent. We expect children to practice self-discipline, obedience to authority, and Christ-like courtesy and respect of others.

1. Obedience is expected the first time; direct disobedience will not be tolerated.
2. Students will do their best to learn what is taught academically and character related.
3. Students will treat their classmates with care, concern, and consideration.
4. Students will take care of the property God has given us and will demonstrate good stewardship.
5. Students will be timely and orderly out of consideration of others and to help them better learn.


In dress, as well as in conduct, the children should present themselves in a manner that is honoring to God.

1. Clothing should be everyday dress: casual, modest, and clean.
Things to avoid:

  • Tattered, patched, or hole-y clothing
  • Lingerie showing
  • Cleavage or midriff showing
  • Over-sized or skin-tight clothing
  • Revealing clothing

2. Clothing with offensive writing or pictures will not be allowed.
3. Girl’s makeup should be tasteful and modest.

Discipline Policy

Should the above expectations be violated, the teacher or leader will take disciplinary action as outlined below:

1st Offense: Student will receive a verbal correction.

2nd Offense: Student will be taken out of the class or situation and have the appropriate behavior explained to him or her.

3rd Offense: Student will be taken to his or her parent.