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SCIENCE STUDENT SAFETY CONTRACT (Grades 6-8) Lexington County School District One feels that you should be informed regarding the school’s effort to create and maintain a safe science classroom/laboratory environment. With the cooperation of the instructors, parents, and students, a safety instruction program can eliminate, prevent, and correct possible hazards. You should be aware of the safety instructions your son/daughter will receive before engaging in any laboratory work. Please read this list of safety rules. No student will be permitted to perform laboratory activities unless this contract is signed by both the student and parent/guardian and is on file with the teacher. Your signature online (or on this contract when submitted on paper) indicates that you have read this Student Safety Contract, are aware of the measures taken to ensure the safety of your son/daughter in the science laboratory, and will instruct your son/daughter to uphold his/her agreement to follow these rules and procedures in the laboratory. The safety contract must be signed by the student and their parent or legal/guardian, and returned before the student can participate in activities. The parent may do this online in InfoSnap. Teachers will arrange for students to sign the contract through Schoology. The study of science is activity based; therefore, safety is a primary concern for students, teachers, and parents. To ensure a safe science environment, the district is providing a list of rules in this student safety contract, which must be followed at all times. REQUIREMENTS • Keep this list of safety rules and guidelines in your Schoology resources and on your iPad as a reference. • You are responsible for notifying your teacher of any custodial changes during the term. New safety contracts will be requi red. • If you current ly wear contacts or obtain them during the term, notify your teacher.
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