Parents & Students
STUDENT EXPECTATIONS for achieving a positive learning environment at school or school-related activities shall include:
• attending all classes daily and being on time (except when ill or otherwise lawfully excused).
• signing the statement indicating he/she has received a copy of the Student Code of Conduct.
• following the policies and regulations outlined in the Student Code of Conduct.
• being prepared for each class with appropriate materials and required assignments.
• pursuing mastery of the essential knowledge and skills of the curriculum as prescribed by the District
and the State.
• following school rules, procedures, and directives concerning appropriate behavior, safety and dress.
• immediately reporting changes in the home address or home/parent’s work phone numbers to the school office.
• establishing an effective working relationship with parents, peers and school personnel:
- showing respect for others and their property.
- refraining from: harassment; hate language; name calling; bullying; and profane, insulting, threatening, or intimidating remarks/gestures.
- maintaining a cooperative and responsible manner.
- striving toward self-discipline, setting individual goals and utilizing good work habits.
PARENT/LEGAL GUARDIAN EXPECTATIONS for working in partnership with the school to pursue educational excellence shall include:
• establishing and maintaining a positive working relationship with teachers and administrators.
• providing for the physical, emotional and social needs of his or her child.
• signing the student and parent statement indicating that a copy of the Student Code of Conduct has been received.
• encouraging the student to adhere to the Student Code of Conduct and supporting the procedures outlined, including the student dress code.
• ensuring the student’s compliance with attendance requirements and promptly reporting and explaining absences and tardies to the school.
• attending scheduled conferences and/or initiating conferences to discuss academic progress and other concerns. (Bringing to the attention of school authorities any learning problem or condition that may be related to his or her child’s education.)
• cooperating with school administrators and teachers when his or her child is involved in a disciplinary problem.
• notifying the school of medical issues and food allergies which could affect his or her child at school
• responding promptly to school personnel when contacted.
• supporting the academic and behavior goals of his or her child.
• participating actively in the overall school program.
• immediately reporting changes in the home address or home/work phone numbers to the school office. It is imperative that the school have accurate phone numbers in case of emergency. Falsification of information is a violation of Texas Education Code Section 25.001(h) and Texas Penal Code Section 37.10 and could result in criminal and/or monetary penalties.
The mission of the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District is to continue its proud tradition of excellence as a diverse, high-performing organization committed to ensuring each student is empowered today to excel tomorrow.
Empowering Today to Excel Tomorrow
2014 - 2019 District Goals
- Goal 1 Student Achievement
- Goal 2 Effective and Efficient Operations for All Components
- Goal 3 Quality Teaching, Administrative, and Support Staff
- Goal 4 Safe, Healthy, and Nurturing Schools
- Goal 5 Enduring Relationships with Stakeholders
1. Students are responsible for their own learning.
2. Quality teachers and effective schools are essential to students’ learning.
3. Parents and patrons are vital partners in the educational process.
4. A safe environment for every student and employee is a prerequisite to learning.
5. Decisions and actions, at all levels, focus on and support effective student learning.