Mannion Behavior Guidelines
On Thursday, August 10, all Mannion students received the 2023-2024 Student Success Presentation. A copy of the presentation is available to view here.
Through careful reading of this CCSD booklet, students and parents should be able to understand the expected Code of Conduct by all students enrolled in the Clark County School District. They will be aware that inappropriate behavior will result in correction of such behavior through constructive and corrective disciplinary action.
Policies and procedures regarding Mannion Middle School are publicized through the student handbook. Parents and students are encouraged to review the handbook carefully. Questions regarding the student handbook and its contents may be brought to the attention of any Mannion administrator.
All bikes, scooters, and skateboards must be locked in the bike rack area in the assigned area space. All students utilizing the bike rack area are required to register their bike, scooter, or skateboard using the button below. The Student Success Office will then assign a space.
Click the button below for instructions providing guidance on reporting abusive or inappropriate content on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter from a computer.
Youth vaping is on the rise and parents need to be equipped with e-cigarette knowledge. This video covers four facts about youth vaping and how your child might be impacted by the epidemic. In addition, this toolkit is a way for parents to learn more about the vaping epidemic, gauge their child’s risk of trying e-cigarettes, and find the best strategy for them to talk to their child about e-cigarettes.
Chronically absent students include students who are absent for any reason (e.g., illness, suspension, the need to care for a family member), regardless of whether absences are excused or unexcused. Students who are absent 10% or more of their enrolled school days are considered chronically absent. Mannion’s current Chronic Absenteeism Rate and comparison date to other CCSD schools is available below.
Students are issued lockers. Locker expectations and guidelines are in the handbook. This video will teach you how to open your locker. Locker issues/concerns should be brought to the Student Success Office.
Students are not permitted to wear air pods, headphones, or ear buds during passing periods and during class time. Please read the complete policy and the consequences for failing to abide by it by clicking the button below.
Mannion Middle School has classroom expectations for student behavior; however, each individual teacher may add additional behavior expectations to meet the needs of his or her individual classroom setting.