Code of Conduct
Code Of Conduct for the Summit On-boarding Team
The Summit Wildcat On-boarding Team shall herein be referred to as “us”, “we”, or “Summit Wildcat On-boarding Team”. The Summit Wildcat On-boarding Team believes that everyone should have an equal opportunity to express their opinions, ideas, and questions, however, in doing so we also have a few rules set to help keep the community clean and respectful for everyone. You are free to say/do anything you wish on the Summit Wildcat On-boarding Team's website in a family friendly and clean manner. This means no swearing, cussing, inappropriate forms of communication (examples include but are not limited to: profile pictures, ASCII Art, Usernames, Profile Links, or any other forms of communication that can relay an inappropriate message, agenda, implication, or idea). We reserve the right to punish, warn, or terminate any account that breaks these rules with or without warning or reason.
Harassment and Bullying
The Summit Wildcat On-boarding Team has a Zero Tolerance Policy of bullying, harassment, target harassment, or any other forms or variations of the aforementioned. We will not tolerate any forms of harassment or bullying based upon but not limited to: gender, gender identity, race, region, age, status, financial situation, position, religion, political views, and grade level. Depending on the severity of the situation, any person(s) or confirmed reported person(s) caught in the act of bullying, harassing, or discriminating another individual or group based upon the aforementioned items may have their account warned, punished, or terminated/suspended with or without reason or notification.
Here at the Summit Wildcat On-boarding Team we invite all discussions, questions, or comments regarding education, or education based content revolving around the Summit Learning platform. In that note we would also like to keep it that way, by keeping it clear of anything deemed off-topic. This is not a place to discuss grades, political views, gossip, current affairs, or any other off-topic content. Exceptions to this rule include events or other notable items that directly impact the Summit Learning Platform, or learning in general. If any user(s) is/are found to be participating in or organizing any off-topic content that user or users may be muted or suspended from the platform.
What to do if you or someone else becomes a target
If you find yourself, a peer, teacher, Onboarding Member, or any other user on the platform a target of harassment, discrimination, or bullying, notify a teacher or Contact Us Immediately. We believe in a harassment, bullying, and discrimination free environment where we can discuss the Summit Learning Platform. Any person/s or confirmed reported person/s caught in the act of bullying, harassing, or discriminating another individual or group based upon the aforementioned items may have their account warned, punished, or terminated/suspended with or without reason or notification.
Forums, Comments, and Chat Rooms
The Summit Wildcat On-boarding Team's website has many ways for the community to communicate with one another and announce events, news, and more. We encourage people to reach out and use the forums, comments, and chat rooms to collaborate, ask questions, and help fellow community members. However, in the event that a member breaks one of the rules regarding harassment, bullying, discrimination, swearing, or any other rule of the website, that user may be warned, punished, or suspended from the website or a certain website service (forum, comments, etc..).
By creating an account, making a comment or forum post, or interacting in any way on the website that can alter the website's contents (comments, forum posts, profile settings and about sections) you are agreeing to be bound to this code of conduct and agree with its contents. We reserve the right to change this code of conduct at any time as we see fit with or without reason or notification.
Last Updated: 07/15/2020