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Student Behavior

The school administration can assign penalties and exclude a student from representing the school for conduct in or out of the school that reflects discredit on FVL and its mission or creates disruptive influence in discipline, Christian standards, educational environment, or good order for students attending FVL. Examples of behaviors not mentioned in the training rules but needing administration consideration for penalties may include such acts as vandalism, shoplifting, disorderly conduct, sexual misconduct, and the like. Violations of state or federal laws would also warrant consideration for suspension from athletics. Student misconduct may be personally witnessed acts but may also include but not be limited to social networking activities, internet postings, electronic or other forms of communication.

Non-Athletic Co-curricular Participants/Penalties
The FVL faculty and school administration will often apply similar rules, regulations, and suspensions to non-athletic cocurricular activity participants. It is good for all students representing FVL, whether athletes or non-athletes, to all follow similar standards.

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