EXTRACURRICULAR AND CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Extracurricular and co-curricular activities in high school are extremely important in teaching the many intangible skills and qualities necessary for success in life. Students who are active in school clubs, drama, music, arts and/or athletics are often more likely to be successful academically. School activities also provide opportunities for students to build friendships and to experience the kind of challenges and successes that are essential to building self-confidence, self reliance, and self esteem. Students are encouraged to GET INVOLVED!
CODE OF CONDUCT
Those involved in extracurricular activities/athletics are expected to sign the WLWV Activity/Athletic code of conduct.
SPORTSMANSHIP AT EXTRACURRICULAR EVENTS
Both participants and spectators represent the school and community at extracurricular and sporting events. Wilsonville High School students and parents are expected to uphold the traditional high standard of conduct and sportsmanship that has come to be expected of them at extracurricular events both at home and away. Students representing Wilsonville High School at school-sponsored events, as participants or spectators, are subject to the rules of the school discipline code. The School District reserves the right to limit spectator participation due to inappropriate conduct.
DANCES AND SCHOOL FUNCTIONS
Dances are sponsored by various classes and student clubs. The adult advisors are responsible for coordinating and supervising, while the class members or club members are responsible for recruiting chaperones, decorating, and cleaning up.
- Students are expected to have student I.D. cards or temporary replacement cards for admission to dances and other functions.
- Students are not permitted to re-enter a dance once they have left.
- Wilsonville students may bring one guest only if they have completed the dance guest pass form at least 3 days prior to the dance. Guests must be 19 or younger and are subject to administrative approval. The Wilsonville host student is responsible for the behavior choices of his/her guest and must make the guest aware of applicable school rules.
Students who have been suspended, expelled, or otherwise barred from the campus are not permitted to attend dances.