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Moorhead High School

Phone: 218-284-2300
Fax: 218-284-2333

Attendance Office: 218-284-2301
Counseling Office: 218-284-2312
Health Office: 218-284-2310
Activities Office: 218-284-2345
Registrar: 218-284-2400
Special Services Office: 218-284-2440
Media Center: 218-284-2334

School Hours: 8:25 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Dave Lawrence, Principal
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Disruptive Behavior

Students who display disruptive behavior in a class may be removed from that class by a teacher or principal for up to five (5) days, placed in in-school suspension with the opportunity for parent-teacher conference provided. A second referral for disruptive behavior may result in permanent removal from the class after the opportunity for a conference with the student and parent(s)/guardian is provided. Students are expected to behave in an appropriate manner in the hallways between classes as well as before and after school.

Moorhead recognizes that the harm done by the presence and activities of gangs in the public schools exceeds the immediate consequences of activities such as violence and destruction of property. Gang activities create an atmosphere of intimidation in the entire school community. Both the immediate consequences of gang activity and the secondary effects are disruptive and obstructive of the process of education and school activities. As a result, any dress, signals, or gestures identifying gang membership/affiliation are prohibited.

For additional information refer to School Board Policy 551 on the school district website or in the school office.

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