CCSD Behavior Guidelines & Code of Conduct
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.
Mannion Student Handbook
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.
Student Lanyard and ID Policy
Students are required to wear their school issued lanyard and student ID from the moment they visit their locker before first period until they visit their locker after 6th period. Please read the complete policy and the consequences for failing to abide by it by clicking the button below.
Headphone, Air Pod, and Ear Bud Policy
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.
Bullying Policy and Information
Mannion Middle School recognizes that all students have the right to feel safe, secure, and respected when they come to school. Please use the button below for important information on bullying, CCSD’s policy and other valuable resources.
Classroom Behavior Guidelines
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.
Information About Chronic Absenteeism
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.