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Whoever knows that another person is the victim of hazing as defined in section seventeen and is at the scene of such crime shall, to the extent that such person can do so without danger or peril to himself or others, report such crime to an appropriate law enforcement official as soon as reasonably practicable. Whoever fails to report such crime shall be punished by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars. Each such group, team, or organization shall distribute a copy of this section and sections seventeen and eighteen to each of its members, plebes, pledges, or applicants for membership.
It shall be the duty of each such group, team, or organization, acting through its designated officer, to deliver annually, to the institution an attested acknowledgement stating that such group, team, or organization has received a copy of this section and said sections seventeen and eighteen; that each of its member, plebes, pledges, or applicants has received a copy of sections seventeen and eighteen; and that such group, team, or organization understands and agrees to comply with the provisions of this section and sections seventeen and eighteen.
Students are expected to cooperate fully in an investigation conducted by the Academy; failure to demonstrate such cooperation will lead to separation from the Academy. Abuse of the process, including falsifying information, will result in discipline being imposed, up to and including dismissal from school. In addition, because candor and honesty are essential to the investigation and remediation process, they are required of all participants, including third-party witnesses.
Respect for Shared Environment The dormitory buildings are year-round homes to faculty and their families and become home away from home for boarding students while school is in session. In order to ensure that dormitories are welcoming, comfortable, and safe environments in which to live and study, all residents and visitors to dorms are expected to treat all buildings, furnishings, and inhabitants with care and respect.
Concern for the safety and well-being of dormitory residents and for the preservation of an academic environment is central. House counselors, in consultation with the cluster dean, may make dorm-specific guidelines.
Global Challenges, Local Actions Sustainability Leadership The Trustees of Phillips Academy approved a new Strategic Plan in that includes the specific institutional directive to create a climate action plan CAP , as well as a Campus Master Plan in that emphasizes sustainable practices and growth on campus.
The CAP and other environmental stewardship initiatives are managed by the Sustainability Steering Committee SSC , a diverse group that includes the chief operating and financial officer; dean of students; director and associate director of facilities; dean of policy and strategic planning; senior manager—campus design, sustainability, and grounds; and the campus sustainability coordinator.
In , the SSC created an Environmental Policy Statement EPS that affirms our responsibility to serve and to lead as stewards of the natural world and to promote global thinking and local action. Student Engagement and Sustainability There are several student groups dedicated to environment and sustainability—related issues.
Waste Management Operations Phillips Academy currently processes approximately tons of solid waste per year. This includes trash sent to an incinerator, single-stream recycling paper, glass, plastic, and metal cans , compost Paresky Commons and the Andover Inn , metals, wood, and electronics.
We also collect reusable items, such as furniture, clothes, shoes, toys, and books. We encourage students and faculty to break down all cardboard boxes, especially during move-in and move-out periods. This helps increase our recycling rates.
Numerous solid waste and singlestream recycling blue top dumpsters are strategically placed throughout the campus for the collection of the following materials. Single-stream recyclables also are collected once per week in a yard compactor located at Paresky Commons.
This waste is then transported to a farm to be made into organic compost. They are emptied on an as-needed basis. Material Instructions Classrooms and offices: Place materials in designated recycling bins.
Books, Clothing, and Shoes Bring to the recycling station located near the Sumner Smith Maintenance Garage and place in properly labeled bin.
Batteries and Other Hazardous Materials Drop-off locations for small batteries and light bulbs will be made available in George Washington Hall. Bring to designated recycling areas for collection blue-top dumpsters across campus next to trash dumpsters. Use of Devices Computers, mobile phones, digital cameras, and other technologies are now widely available, and Phillips Academy supports their appropriate use.
By way of preface, we ask that you also keep a few basic guidelines in mind: 1. Mobile phones should always be off during classes, concerts, and lectures, as well as in the library, LLC, computer center, chapel, or any venue where a ringing phone may cause disruption. A student who uses an electronic device during All-School Meeting should expect to have the device confiscated.
Limiting time on the internet, including on social networking sites, has become an essential skill for academic success. Even with academic work, there is reason for caution on the internet; plagiarism and other inappropriate behavior including getting too much research and editing help from family members and friends can happen more easily electronically. Make sure you have clearly documented all outside sources and helpers on all academic work.
The Academy reserves the right to require students to remove from their rooms or from dormitory commons areas any technology that the house counselor or cluster dean feels detracts from the academic or social atmosphere of the dormitory.
Each student is allowed, at most, one computer monitor not to exceed 30 inches. Finally, make sure to secure proper consent for all subjects of photographs or videos.
Texts, voicemails, photos, and videos can become public, and thus you should always be fully prepared to take full responsibility for their content. Study Hours A dormitory and areas around classroom buildings should be quiet enough to allow for effective study.
Faculty and students are asked to be especially aware of the requirement for quiet during study hours beginning at 8 p. Although different people study at all different times during the day, the time after 8 p. After 8 p. Music should be kept to a low volume or headphones should be employed so as not to disturb others.
To encourage a campuswide study environment, we require all junior, lower, and upper boarders to sign into their dorms by 8 p. If they leave their dormitories after 8 p. Signing out to a specific place of study and then going to another location is considered dishonest.
All students must sign into their dorms by the final sign-in times: p. Between final sign-in time and 6 a. Non-senior day students who are on campus after 8 p.
Juniors, as well as lower and upper day students, may not visit in dormitories during study hours without special permission from the house counselor. All day students are required to leave the campus each night by the final dormitory sign-in time. Weekend Sign-In On Friday evenings, the sign-in time is 10 p.
On Saturday evenings, the sign-in time for all students is p.
Boarders who have been outside the town of Andover on a Day Excuse or Overnight Excuse are required to sign in at their dormitories immediately on their return to campus. Sundays In order to preserve one evening of the week with no formal commitments for students and faculty, from 6 to 8 p.
There are no meetings of any kind permitted after 6 p. Study hours begin at final sign-in at 8 p. On long weekends when there are no classes or required programming on Monday, sign-in on Sunday evening is extended until p.
End of the Day To ensure that students get an adequate amount of sleep and develop healthy sleep habits, juniors are required to be in their own rooms with the lights out by 11 p.
Lowers all year and uppers in the fall term only are expected to be in their own rooms by 11 p. We encourage all students to get to bed no later than midnight on nights before classes. Being out of the dorm between final sign-in and 6 a. Food Delivery All students may order food to be delivered to their dorm during study hours, but delivery must be completed by p. Dormitories and Privacy All members of the community should respect the privacy and property of others and share in the creation of an environment that protects the physical and emotional well-being of each resident of the dormitory.
Because the house counselor is responsible for the dormitory and its residents, the house counselor and cluster dean must have immediate access to any room upon knocking and may confiscate any items not permitted in a dormitory. When necessary, they may use a key to enter a room whether a student is present or not. Dorm rooms should not be locked when residents or other students are in the room. Searches On the rare occasion when a room or dorm search is necessary, cluster dean s will conduct it formally, in the presence of the student, an elected cluster representative, and the house counselor.
In extremely rare instances, for reasons of health or safety, the cluster dean may conduct the search with just the student or in the absence of the student. If the student is not present, two adults will conduct the search.