This permission is effective as long as I/my child attends his/her/my current school or until I
give further notice to his/her/my Assistant Principal in writing.
We have received the Student Code of Conduct & Discipline Handbook
and all included documents, and understand that we are responsible for reading and understanding
this information. Parents are responsible for ensuring their student(s) understand this information.
We also understand that this Student Code of Conduct & Discipline Handbook contains rules that
students are expected to follow, including but not limited to, rules that must be followed at school,
on school grounds; off school grounds at a school activity, function or event, going to and from school
or other transportation provided by the District, at school bus stops; while in any vehicle used in connection
with a school function or activity, or while using the school technology resources.
We also understand that this Student Code of Conduct & Discipline Handbook contains information about possible
legal consequences if a child does not attend school as required by Georgia law in § 20-2-690.1.
If a child
has more than five (5) unexcused absences, parents, guardians, or other persons who have control or charge of a
child are subject to fines, imprisonment, community service or any combination of these penalties
. Absences that are excused are listed in Policy JBD and may be accessed at www.fultonschools.org and/or at the local
We understand that this handbook contains information about opting out of the Georgia Department of
Education's Georgia Student Health Survey II (GSHS II) and that if we do not “opt out” our child from
survey participation, he/she could be selected to complete a survey on or after October 3, 2016.
We also understand that in addition to school-based discipline of students, student misconduct may be
reported to appropriate law enforcement authorities. The School District encourages parents/guardians
to inform their children of the consequences, including potential criminal penalties, of underage sexual
conduct and crimes for which a minor can be tried as an adult.
We understand that all volunteers who work with children in the state of Georgia are required by law to
report suspected child abuse as required by Georgia law in O.C.G.A. 19-7-5.
Anyone requiring an additional copy of the handbook should contact their local school administrator or
review a copy on the District’s website (Code of Conduct (English) click here)
If I/We have any questions about the information in the handbook, I/We will ask a school administrator
to discuss those questions.
Failure to sign and return this form does not relieve me/us or my/our child(ren)
from complying with and understanding the information enclosed in the Student Code of Conduct & Discipline