While at TJCRS students will conduct themselves in a manner that is appropriate to a holy place and the study of Torah. Students will follow these five rules:
1. Speak and behave respectfully toward others;
2. Come to class on time, prepared with books and other materials;
3. Follow direction of teacher and other persons of authority;
4. Follow class rules.
Parents, teachers, rabbis, and directors will work together as partners.
• Parents will encourage positive attitudes toward study and behavior;
• Teachers will encourage positive behavior through teaching and discipline in the classroom;
• Directors and rabbi will support and maintain the enforcement of discipline within the school.
If a student violates this established brit limmud, the teacher or the directors will take corrective action with discretion and good judgment in the following manner:
1. The teacher will remind the student of the rules.
2. If inappropriate behavior persists, the student will be asked to leave the class and meet with the Principal
3. If inappropriate behavior persists, the student will meet with a Principal and parents(s) will be contacted.
4. If the situation is not resolved, the Principal will have the right to give the student an in-house suspension for a day. During the suspension the student will be expected to complete assigned work. The expectation is that the child will return to class as a productive and positive member of the class.
5. If inappropriate behavior continues, the student will be given a second in-house suspension. The expectation continues to be that the child will return to class as a productive and positive class member.
6. In the unlikely event that the problem persists, the Principal will have the option to pursue indefinite out-of-school suspension.
If the student violates the brit limmud in such an extreme fashion that the Principal judges that is would be inappropriate to follow the procedure set forth above, the Principal may assign a penalty in accordance with the violation, including expulsion from TJCRS.