Student Conduct

Students are responsible for conducting themselves properly, in accordance with the policies of the district and the lawful direction of staff. We have high behavioral expectations for Crescent Valley High School students.


Students are responsible for maintaining regular attendance in all of their assigned classes. The attendance line is 541-757-5806. Parents are responsible for notifying the attendance office when their child is absent from school. Absences not verified by the parent/guardian withing 48 hours f the student’s return to school will be recorded as “unexplained”.


Students are responsible for conducting themselves properly, in accordance with the policies of the district and the lawful direction of staff. The district has the responsibility to afford students certain rights as guaranteed under federal and state constitutions and statutes.

It is our desire to teach and shape appropriate behaviors. Sometimes consequences must be assigned to support these processes.

Behavior Consequences

Community Service

Community Service is a typical consequence for minor infractions. Failure to perform the service assignment will result in progressive disciplinary consequences. If this occurs, clean-up duty will not be an option should the student incur additional infractions.

In-School Suspension (ISS)

Students may be assigned in school suspension for more serious infractions. Students will serve ISS during lunches and off periods as needed.

Lunch Detention

Students may be assigned lunch detention for tardies or other minor infractions as determined by school staff. Lunch detention is held Tuesdays and Thursdays in room H3 from 11:25 to 11:50 a.m. When assigned a lunch detention, students are expected to attend. If a student chooses not to attend, he/she will be given one chance to make up the detention. If not made up, the student will be assigned in-school suspension.


Students will be held accountable for the destruction of property by fixing, replacing or paying for any damage.

Out of School Suspension

Suspensions may be assigned for up to ten days. Suspended students may not be on any school district property or attend any school or school-related activity for the duration of the suspension. Students will have the right to make up missed work in a reasonable time frame, determined by the individual teacher.


Students may be expelled for up to one calendar year for serious or repeated offenses. Expelled students may not be on any school district property or attend any school or school-related activity for the duration of the expulsion. Alternative education will be provided during the time the student is not allowed on school district property.


Dress Code and Grooming

The Corvallis School District and Crescent valley High School recognizes the right to free expression and the value of diversity, including the diversity in dress and general appearance. The purpose of dress and grooming guidelines is to ensure that students are not distracted and are able to focus on learning. Students have the right to a non-disruptive, safe, and healthy educational environment at school. Clothing with illicit drug or alcohol messages encourages the use of illicit drugs and alcohol and is prohibited. Clothing with obscene or profane references and comments is also prohibited. Students who represent the school in a voluntary activity may be required to meet additional dress and grooming standards and may be denied the opportunity to participate if those standards are not met. Board Policy JFCA

If the student’s attire threatens the health or safety of any other person, then discipline for dress or attire violations should be consistent with discipline policies for similar violations. Enforcement will accommodate clothing worn by students as an expression of sincerely held religious beliefs and/or worn by students as a result of a disability.

The responsibility for the dress and attire of a student rests primarily with the student and their parents or guardians.


  • Allowable Dress & Attire:
    Students must wear clothing including both a shirt with pants or skirt, or the equivalent and shoes.
    Clothing must have fabric in the front and on the sides.
    Clothing must cover undergarments (waistbands and bra straps excluded).
    Fabric covering all private parts must not be see-through.
    Hats and other headwear must allow the face to be visible and not interfere with the line of sight to any student or staff. Hoodies must allow the student face and ears to be visible to staff.
    Clothing and shoes must be suitable for all scheduled classroom activities including physical education, science labs, wood shop, and other activities where unique hazards exist.
    Specialized courses may require specialized attire, such as sports uniforms or safety gear.
  • Non-Allowable Dress & Attire:
    Clothing may not depict, advertise or advocate the use of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana or other controlled substances.
    Clothing may not depict pornography, nudity or sexual acts.
    Clothing may not use or depict hate speech targeting groups based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious affiliation or any other protected groups.
    Clothing, including gang identifiers, must not threaten the health or safety of any other student or staff.
    Clothing may not display profanity.

Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) Sanctioned Events

Student participation in activities and athletics is governed by the regulations developed and administered by the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA), the Mid-Willamette Conference, and the Corvallis School District. The code of conduct is in effect for the entire school year to include fall athletic practice in August and any school-sponsored events, regardless of the time of year. A code of conduct form must be signed by all student participants and their parent/guardian.

School officials at OSAA events will take measures to ensure that CVHS will maintain a high level of sportsmanship. The following specific expectations regarding spectator conduct at all OSAA sanctioned events, including regular and post-season competition, are provided:

  1. Spectators are not permitted to have signs or banners (larger than 8.5 x 11 inches), confetti, balloons or glass containers. Spectators are required to wear shirts.
  2. Spectators are not permitted to have artificial noisemakers. Some examples of artificial noisemakers are Thunder Stix, cowbells, clappers and air horns.
  3. Spectators will not be permitted to use vulgar/offensive or racially/culturally insensitive language. Spectators will not be permitted to engage in any racially/culturally insensitive actions.
  4. All cheers, comments, and actions will be in direct support of one’s team. No cheers, comments or actions will be directed at one’s opponent or at contest officials. Some examples of inappropriate conduct or actions that are not permitted are: turning backs, holding up newspapers or jeering at the cheerleaders during opposing team introductions; disrespecting players by name, number or position; negative cheers or chants; throwing objects on the floor or field.
  5. Spectators who fail to comply with the Association or site management spectator conduct expectations may be expelled from the event and prohibited from attending future events.