Antelope Valley School District

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct and Honor Code

You should always have pride in the work you do and should take ownership in your own learning! We understand that with tools like Google search, it’s easy to find immediate answers to your questions. In your courses, you are responsible for understanding the difference between using the web for help and support of your learning, versus using the web to cheat. Cheating is against our classroom policy and has consequences.

Student Expectations in this Course

Academic dishonesty jeopardizes your success and your integrity. In completing this online coursework, you agree to:

  • Be honest at all times
  • Actively encourage academic integrity in your classmates
  • Discourage any forms of cheating or dishonesty
  • Inform your teacher, counselor, administrator, or someone you trust if you have a reasonable belief and/or evidence that academic dishonesty has occurred

Some examples of academic dishonesty are, but not limited to:

  • Using unauthorized materials and/or resources throughout this course
  •  Copying work from another student, or from the web
  • Using a technological/communication tool and/or resource during an assessment
  • Having anyone else but you complete any part of your coursework for you
  • Using online searches to find answers to your assessment questions
  • Posting answers to assessment questions online
  • Sharing passwords with other students


Academic Dishonesty Consequences

The following are possible consequences for Academic Dishonesty:

  • No credit on assignment  
  • Removal from your program
  • Dismissal as an AVAE student



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