All school property is provided by public funds and requires the care a student would give to his/her own property. The building and all of the equipment in it will remain a source of pride to the community if each student takes proper care of what the district has provided.
The staff of Glens Falls Middle School is committed to work with students on respect for school property. All forms of thievery, vandalism, or malicious damage to the school or to the property of other students, including those committed in the name of “tradition” are considered very serious matters.
Students involved in such matters will be subject to:
- Financial restitution
- Suspension, and
- Prosecution under the law
Parents are reminded that state law makes parents liable for damage done by their child.