Seton’s Cell Phone Policy:
- If a student’s phone is heard and has therefore not been powered off, the phone is confiscated and sent to the main office. Confiscated phones are returned to the students after a fine of $20 is paid. The money will be sent to our twin school in Haiti.
- If a student has an important need to use his phone, he must get permission from a teacher and go to the office to use it.
- If a student has his phone visible, without permission, the above penalties will apply and the student will also receive an automatic detention.
- If a student is a repeat offender of Seton’s cell phone policy, that student may lose the privilege to have a cell phone on Seton grounds. Texting violates the policy of unpowered phones and is not allowed at any time during school hours. All rules which apply to talking on a cell phone apply to texting as well.