New school year, new deans, but same expectations

Bryce Boese – Mustangs Ahead

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – As the 2017-18 school year kicks off, new LRHS assistant principal Michael Staker reminds Mustangs that staying out of trouble can be key to school success.

Staker stated, “Students need to review the Code of Conduct for the 2017-2018 school year. Also, student planners are a great resource for discipline related questions and policies.”

Along with new disciplinary rules come new deans Susan O’Brien and Kent Ringquist to enforce them.

Staker said that LRHS would start to crack down on even the little offenses.

“Students need to be sure they are in dress code, wearing their ID’s, and keeping their electronic devices away during the school day,” he said. “We enforce all school rules according to the discipline matrix, not just the major offenses.”

Staker said the goal of LRHS administrators is to keep the school under control and provide a safe learning environment.

“We are all here to provide a safe and secure campus where all students have the greatest possibilities for success,” he commented.

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