School Policies & Procedures
Student ID Badge
As a means to promote safety and security, ID badges must be worn by students at all times while on campus. IDs must be worn clipped near the neckline of the student’s shirt (specified in student planner). Students who deface their IDs will need to purchase replacement IDa at a cost of $5.00 each. In the event a student does not have his/her ID badge, he/she must report to the school office and the following procedure will be implemented.
- Student calls parent.
- Temporary ID issued and lunch detention assigned.
- Temporary ID must be returned to school office staff at the end of the school day. If a temporary ID is not returned, an obligation of $5.00 will be issued.
- New ID must be purchased for $5.00 (obligation written).
- Student calls parent.
All Ewa Makai Middle School students are required to wear the school uniform at all times while on campus. The front logo must be visible and cannot be covered with a pullover jacket or other shirt. Students are required to wear the uniform shirt and adhere to specific criteria for correct uniforms as set forth in the section below.
Ewa Makai uniform clothing is available from Education Works.
- Student ID badge (clipped to the collar of the shirt with picture visible)*.
- Ewa Makai Middle School T-shirt (front logo must be visible).
- Pants, capris, or shorts that are at least knee-length**.
* If student does not have his/her student ID, the student must report to the office before school to sign-out a temporary ID. Temporary IDs must be returned at the end of the school day or a replacement cost will be assessed. Student ID badges should not be defaced in any way -- this includes writing on the badge or attaching stickers or other foreign objects to the badge.
** Tights, "shredded" pants, pajama-like pants, and clothing deemed inappropriate by the administration is unacceptable. Belts should be tucked into belt-loops on pants.
At Ewa Makai Middle School, we expect every student to be an effective and ethical user of technology. Every year, students are informed about the proper use of technology and the Internet. This information is also included in the Acceptable Use Policy form that every student and parent/guardian is required to sign as part of the enrollment process. The use of computers and the Internet is a privilege provided to our students; in turn, we expect them to use it appropriately.
If your child is involved in an incident related to the improper use of technology, he/she may have their computer/Internet privileges suspended for a period of time. Repeated infractions or serious offenses may result in detention, suspension, and/or legal action. If an incident involves a Chapter 19-related offense, technology privileges may be revoked immediately without prior warning at the discretion of the Administration, and the student may face additional consequences.
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