The privileges and rights of all students shall be guaranteed without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, creed, or national origin.


Students shall have the right to peaceably and responsibly advocate change of any law, policy, or regulation.  Students may exercise their right to freedom of expression through speech, assembly, petition, and other lawful means.  The exercise of this right must not interfere with the education or rights of others.  Freedom of expression may not be utilized to present material which is in violation of federal, state, and local laws, or official school policies, rules, and regulations.


Students may present complaints to teachers or administration officials.  Adequate opportunities shall be provided for students to exercise this right through channels established for considering such complaints.




Adoption Date:      April 8, 1993

Amended:              July 11, 2013