Student Rights and Code of Conduct


This is a guide to district policies and regulations for students in 鶹ýPorn. Please direct any questions you have about the Student Rights & Code of Conduct to your child's school principal. 


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How to complete your digital acknowledgement

Each year, parents/guardians and secondary students must acknowledge that they have reviewed the Student Rights and Code of Conduct. Parents/guardians are not given access to ParentVUE until they electronically sign the acknowledgment. 

Here's how to complete your acknowledgement:

  • Parents/guardians:
    • Log into the ParentVUE parent portal.
    • Read the Acknowledgement text box.
    • Click on the link at the bottom of the page to download the Code of Conduct.
    • Write your name on the signature field exactly as it appears on your ParentVUE account.
    • Click Yes. Parents/guardians will not be given access to ParentVUE until they electronically sign the acknowledgment. 
  • Parents of secondary students (6-12): Your student will also be asked to acknowledge having received and reviewed the Code of Conduct when logging into StudentVUE for the first time this school year.  
  • Families new to 鶹ýPorn who have never accessed their ParentVUE account will receive a separate email with instructions for how to log into ParentVUE.  
  • If you have questions, see the ParentVUE FAQ or contact your school. 

Student Rights & Code of Conduct PDF versions

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 Student Rights & Code of Conduct

Table of Contents

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Welcome to the 2024-2025 school year! 鶹ýPorn is committed to providing academic and extracurricular activities for students in a safe environment with minimal disruptions and an atmosphere of mutual respect. This handbook provides information to students and their families of their rights and obligations regarding various educational opportunities offered by the district, the rules governing confidentiality and inspection of education records, and the districts policies and procedures relating to safety, discipline, and student conduct. Parents and guardians are encouraged to review this Student Rights and Code of Conduct booklet with their children and to
support its implementation by our schools.

District policies may be subject to change during the school year. The entire up-to-date text of any policy and/or regulation is available on the districts policy web page or upon request from the principals office at the school or from the district administration office located at: 鶹ýPorn R-1, 2407 Laporte Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80521.

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School Safety

School safety is a community effort and 鶹ýPorn relies on students, staff, parents and community members working with us to help keep our campuses safe places for learning. Our mantra is: If you see something, say something. That goes for anyone in our buildings or on our campuses including parents, volunteers and business leaders. We encourage everyone to report suspicious activity or safety information to school administrators for follow up. The district has three ways to report the things that negatively impact the experiences of students, staff and community members in our district. Safety concerns can be reported through Safe2Tell, the statewide Colorado program which provides the opportunity for anyone to provide anonymous tips about safety at schools. Information can be provided to Safe2Tell via its website, App or hotline at (877) 542-SAFE (7233).

All information is anonymous and passed onto the appropriate personnel in the district for follow-up. Sexual harassment can be reported through the districts Title IX platform. Negative experiences, such as discrimination, can be reported through the districts Incident Reporting platform. Keeping our schools safe places for learning requires that we work together as a community to speak up when something doesnt seem right and actively participate in reporting suspicious behaviors, activities or rumors in a proactive manner.

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鶹ýPorn is committed to the policy that no otherwise qualified individual shall be denied access to, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to unlawful discrimination under, any District program or activity on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability. 鶹ýPorn R-1 does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability in access or admission to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities.

This notice is provided as required by Title VI & VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008, and Colorado law. Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding these laws may be forwarded to the designated compliance officer listed below or directly to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, 1244 North Speer Blvd., Suite 310, Denver, Colorado 80204.

Compliance Officers

Officers are located at the Johannsen Support Services Complex administrative building, 2407 Laporte Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80521 

Title IX Coordinator/ADA:
Liz Davis, Senior Executive Director of Student Services

Title VII: 
Erich WonSavage,Chief Human Resources Officer 

Title VI: 
David Autenrieth, Director of Language, Culture & Equity

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Policies List


Student Rights and Responsibilities Policies

Visit the Student Rights and Responsibilities web page to see the following policies:

  • Tobacco-Free and Marijuana-Free District (ADC)
  • Student Conduct on School Buses (EEAEC)
  • Student Conduct on School Buses (EEAEC-R)
  • Electronic Monitoring and Surveillance (ECAF)
  • School-Sponsored Student Publications (IHAAA).
  • Compulsory Attendance Ages (JEA)
  • Student Attendance/Truancy (JH/JHB).
  • Open/Closed Campus (JHCA)
  • Student Dress (JICA)
  • Threat Assesments (JICDD) 
  • Bullying Prevention and Education (JICDE)
  • Student Distribution of Non-School Materials (JICEC)
  • Secret Societies/Gang Activity and Dress (JICF)
  • Student Conduct Involving Drugs and Alcohol (JICH)
  • Student Conduct Involving Weapons (JICI)
  • Searches (JIH)
  • Interscholastic Athletic Training and Personal Conduct Rules (JJ)
  • Student Discipline (JK)
  • Disciplinary Removal from Classroom (JKBA)
  • Discipline of Habitually Disruptive Students (JKC)
  • Suspension/Expulsion of Students (JKD/JKE) 
  • Procedures Regarding Suspension/Expulsion of Students (JKD/JKE-R)
  • Grounds for Suspension/Expulsion of Students (JKDA/JKEA)
  • Administering Medicine to Students/Asthma, Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Health Management (JLCD)
  • Administering Medicine to Students (JLCD-R)
  • Administering Medical Marijuana To Qualified Students On District Property (JLCDB)
  • Medically Necessary Treatment in School Setting (JLCDC)
  • Authorizing Private Health-Care Specialists to Provide Medically Necessary Treatment in School Setting (JLCDC-R)
  • Screening/Testing of Students (JLDAC)
  • Student Vehicle Use and Parking (JLIE) 
  • Student Records/Release of Information on Students (JRA/JRC)
  • Use of Restraint and Seclusion

Nondiscrimination/Equal Opportunity Policies

Visit the Additional Student Code of Conduct Policies web page to see the following Nondiscrimination/Equal Opportunity policies:

  • Nondiscrimination/Equal Opportunity (AC)
  • Reporting Discrimination/District Response to Discrimination Complaints- Complaint and Compliance Process (AC-R1)
  • Sexual Harassment Investigation Procedures (AC-R2) 
  • Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability (ACE)
  • Harassment of Students (JBB)

Information Technology Policies

Visit the Additional Student Code of Conduct Policies web page to see these Information Technology policies:

  • Student Possession and Use of Personal Communication Devices (JICJ)
  • Student Use of District Information Technology (JS)

Additional Policies

Visit the Additional Student Code of Conduct Policies web page to see these policies:

  • Choice/Open Enrollment (JFBA) 
  • Public Concerns/Complaints About Instructional Resources (KEC)
  • Public Concerns/Complaints Form (KEC-E)
  • Visitors to Schools (KI)

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