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Disruptive/Illegal/Inappropriate Items

Please note: All inappropriate items will be confiscated, and the items will be logged-in and kept in the office.  Most items may be picked up by the student at the end of the school day.  Disruptive items will be handled in the same manner as cell phones.  Each time an item is confiscated it will result in detention and possibly Friday School.  All items must be picked up on or before the last day of the school year.  Items not picked up by the end of the school year will be donated to a charity chosen by the Oakley Union Elementary School District and Delta Vista Middle School.

Items including but not limited to the following:

Gum Trading cards Permanent markers Glass containers Holes in jeans
Lasers Cigarettes Sunflower Seeds Hats worn sideways Curling/Flat Irons
Toys Alcohol/ drugs Hanging Chains Vapor Pens Torn or ragged clothing
Matches Poppers Roller Blades Water balloons Drug paraphernalia
Spikes Weapons Skateboards MP3/Ipods Sunglasses in class
Suckers Lighters Toy Weapons Hats in Class Rubber bands
Scooters Slam Books Bandanas Aerosol cans Safety Pins
Cameras Area Codes Double Rings Skateboards Electronic devices of any kind

 

Any item deemed offensive or disruptive (i.e. “I love boobies” bracelets, I [heart] Haters, The words Dirty Ghetto Kids, or any other words that have a negative connotation)

Writing on backpacks other than student name is not allowed and will have to be removed.

Any object that has no reasonable use and may be a distraction can be confiscated.

Over the past several years there has been a nationwide increase in dangerous objects being brought to school.  Dangerous objects include but are not limited to knives of any kind; any object that could be used as a weapon, any type of gun (toy guns, air-soft guns, BB and Pellet Guns).  Not only are these objects in violation of school rules, in most cases they are against the law to possess.  A first offense of possession of a dangerous object will result in a minimum of a 5-day suspension and a recommendation to the School Board for possible expulsion.