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School Wellness Policy


PLEASE REMEMBER THAT EVERY STUDENT MUST WEAR THE PROPER SCHOOL UNIFORM EVERYDAY WITHOUT EXCEPTION. Any student not in their proper uniform will not be allowed to enter the classroom. 


                                  SAME RULES HOLD EFFECTIVE DURING FINAL EXAMS. 


 Student Dress Code
The school uniform is a mandatory requirement for all students of Razi School. The uniform gives a professional look to our school and helps to break down the social barriers that can sometimes effect the youth of today. All students are expected to wear the uniform daily.

Make-up, fingernail polish or grown nails are not permitted.
Excessive jewelry is not permitted;
School staff will determine what “excessive” is.
For safety reasons, no jewelry may be worn during physical education class.

The Razi School uniform will consist of the following:

Boys: Kindergarten - Grade 6

  • Navy blue dress pants. NO Jeans.
  • White long sleeves shirt with collar.
  • Black shoes and white socks.
  • Solid navy blue sweater or sweatshirt. (no designs, logos or writing)

Boys: Grade 7 - 12

  • Black dress pants. No jeans.
  • White long sleeves shirt with collar.
  • Black dress shoes and white socks
  • Solid gray sweater or sweatshirt. (no designs, logos or writing)

Girls: Kindergarten - Grade 6

  • Navy blue jumper, with white long sleeves blouse navy blue leggings. (not nylons)
  • White head scarf, completely covering hair and secured by pin(s).
  • Black shoes & white socks.
  • Solid navy blue sweater or sweatshirt. (no designs, logos or writing)

Girls: Grade 7 - 12

  • Black long skirts.
  • White long sleeves shirt with collar.
  • White head scarf, completely covering hair and secured by pin(s).
  • Black shoes & white socks.
  • Solid gray sweater or sweatshirt. (no designs, logos or writing)
Gym Uniform (boys and girls):
  • Gym Sweats (T-shirt during warmer months)
  • Sneakers & socks

Boys’ uniforms may be purchased through Cookies Department Store.

Girls’ uniforms are purchased through the School.

Students must wear sneakers during physical education. NO regular shoes are allowed to be worn in the gymnasium. It is recommended that a pair of sneakers be left at the school.


 School Discipline

"Oh Lord! I implore your protection from the excitation 
Of greed, the impetuosity of anger; 
The domination of envy, the depravity of morals, 
The importunity of passion, the excess of zeal, 
The submission to desires, the opposition to right; 
The drowsiness of negligence, the entrance into troubles, 
The preferring wrong to right, 
The persistence in sin, the underestimation of guilt, 
The over-estimation of service, the pride of the wealthy, 
The begging of equals, the despising of the poor; 
The ridicule of enemy, the abuse of power; 
The omitting to thank, assisting the oppressor; forsaking 
The oppressed, aspiring to which I am not entitled and speaking of learning without knowledge. 
And I implore Your protection from observing the weaknesses of others, from being proud of my good deeds, from indulging in far-fetched hopes, 
From being involved in calamity, from the oppression of the ruler; from extravagant habits, from want of livelihood, from living in hardship, dying without asking pardon 
And from the chastisement of the fire. 
Oh Lord! Bless Muhammad and his descendants 
And protect all the true believers, and me
Both male and female, from all these, 
By Your Mercy, Oh Most Merciful!

- As-Sahifah AI-Sajjadiyyah, Imam Ali Sajjad (a. s.)

One of our most important aims is to build an Islamic community in school, a seed that will blossom and take its rightful place as a vital part of the Islamic ummah.

Self control and discipline can be achieved and maintained by teaching each student that he/she is a valuable, productive individual who must function harmoniously as part of a group. Good school spirit, a positive classroom atmosphere, enthusiasm for learning, and satisfying interpersonal relationships all contribute to the student's sense of well being.

A good discipline policy ensures an optimal educational environment for all. It requires a rational approach accompanied by firm positive action and training to develop the traits of self-control and righteous judgment.

The basis of our Discipline Policy is as follows:

• Every student should act as a responsible Muslim.
• Every student has the right to learn.
• Every teacher has the right to teach.
• No student will prevent a teacher from teaching or a student from learning.

For the safety of all students and to secure the enrichment of their learning process, all students are expected to abide by the following general school rules:

1. Students must arrive to school on time and ready to learn.
2. Disrespect to any faculty or staff member will not be tolerated.
3. Homework must be completed on time. 
4. Do not bring to school toys or other items deemed inappropriate by administration. Items will be confiscated and returned only to parents.
5. No eating or drinking in the classrooms.
6. No chewing gum in school or on the bus.
7. No playing in the classrooms except during playtime.
8. No fighting, backbiting, or fraternizing. 
9. No running in the halls or stairways.
10. No talking during class, except during discussions.
11. No playing in the bathrooms or around the water fountains.
12. No obscene words or school declared "curse" words.

We believe that our students represent Razi School, and their behavior should reflect the ideals of the school when they are on or off school grounds. Razi School students are expected to observe the standards of behavior wherever they may be. Each student is responsible for maintaining this standard of behavior and will be held accountable.

Parents are also expected to uphold the standards of Razi School while on the school premises. If a parent blatantly ignores school rules or behaves in a discourteous manner towards school staff, his child may be discharged from Razi School.

The Policy set forth below states in brief form yet is not limited to, what disciplinary action will take place. Action taken will be based upon the severity of the incident.

Failure to Complete Homework

[1] Lunch Detention and contact parent
[2] After-school detention and contact parent
[3] Parent conference and after-school detention
[4] Parent conference and in-school suspension

No hall pass

[1] Detention
[2] In-school suspension
[3] Parent conference and suspension 

Tardiness to class or prayer

[1] Warning to student
[2] Detention
[3] Parent conference and suspension

Violating Dress Code (Incomplete or no uniform, etc.)

[1] Warning to student
[2] Contact parent
[3] Detention
[4] Parent conference and suspension

Improper Islamic behavior (Physical contact, teasing, passing notes, etc...)

[1] Warning to student
[2] Detention
[3] Parent conference and suspension
[4] Expulsion

Disrespectful behavior with faculty

[1] Detention
[2] Suspension
[3] Expulsion

Littering (throwing things in the halls, lunch room, and classroom) or Eating in the classroom or corridors

[1] Warning to student and student cleans litter
[2] Lunch detention
[3] After-school detention
[4] Suspension
[5] Expulsion

Obscene Language (Gestures, derogatory remarks)

[1] Detention
[2] Parent conference and suspension
[3] Expulsion

Leaving school building without Permission

[1] Parent conference and suspension
[2] Expulsion

Disrespectful behavior

[1] Detention
[2] Parent conference and suspension
[3] Expulsion

Graffiti (on walls, furniture, books, or any other school property)

[1] Clean and pay for damages
[2] Detention
[3] Parent conference and suspension
[4] Expulsion


Pay all damages
[1] Parent conference and suspension
[2] Expulsion

False Fire Alarm

[1] Parent conference, suspension, and $500 fine
[2] Expulsion

Fighting or Assault

[1] Detention
[2] Parent conference and suspension
[3] Expulsion

Burglary or Theft

[1] Parent conference and suspension [2] Expulsion

Possession/Use of Tobacco, Alcohol, or Illegal Substances

[1] Immediate Expulsion

Cell phones & other electronic devices 

Students are not allowed to carry cell phones and other portable devices during school hours. All students must deposit their phones at the main office at the beginnning of the school and can re-collect them at dismissal. Anyone violating this rule will have his/her cellphone or device confiscated and not returned. If for any reason, the student needs to have a cell phone on him/her, it will only be permitted once a formal consent letter from the parents has been sent to the administration.  

Lockers & Desks

Students are not permitted to store or keep any unauthorized items in their lockers or desks at any time. The school upholds the right to search the lockers & desks without any prior notice to the student. This is to ensure the safety and security of our students.

Failing to uphold the standards of Razi School while off school grounds will result in a penalty imposed depending upon the severity of the situation.

A student given an in-school suspension will spend his day completing his daily assignments in the school office. After lunch, he must report immediately back to the office and may not have recess time. Detentions will be held after school or before school. Suspensions may be for one day, three days, or five days in length according to the severity of the incident.

The Administration reserves the right to issue detentions, in-school suspension, or home suspension to any student as deemed necessary.

In case of severe disciplinary infractions and/or destructive behavior, the Administration reserves the right to immediately expel the student. If a student is expelled, he will not be promoted to the next grade and must reapply for admission for the following school year. Furthermore, the school is not obligated to enroll the student.

Teachers and administrators will make every reasonable effort to find out all of the circumstances and the involvement of others in any violation of the school rules.

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 Student Rights & Responsibilities
The Right of Allah

“Your Lord has ordained that you must not worship and obey anything other than Him.”
- Surah Bani Isra’il 17:23

Rights of the Student

"It is the right of your dependents in knowledge that you should know that Allah has made you their master bestowing upon you knowledge with the treasure of wisdom. Therefore, if you are generous in this commission given to you by Him you will be a virtuous man, and you will have hope and true faith. Otherwise you will be guilty against His creatures."
- Imam Zayn-ul-Abideen (a.s.)

Responsibility to Your Parents

“Your Lord had commanded you to worship Him and none else, and to be kind to your parents.”
- Surah Bani Isra’il 17:23

Prophet Mohammed (SAWW) says, “Goodness and benevolence towards your father and mother is superior than prayers, fasting, hajj, umrah, and jihad, and it carries a greater recompense.”

Rights of Your Teacher

It is the right of your teacher that you respect him/her and respect the dignity of his audience, to listen to him while intently facing towards him and to help him to teach you knowledge which is something that you cannot be without.
- Imam Zayn-ul-Abideen (a. s.)

Responsibility to Your School

This school belongs to you. The reputation of any school depends upon its students. Therefore, it is your responsibility to be good Muslims and good students. In this way you can bring honor and dignity to your school.

Responsibility to Your Classmates

It is your responsibility to help your classmates and influence each other to become better Muslims. You must treat each other the way you want others to treat you. You must help each other to achieve the very best education possible.


 Student Wellness Policy

Whereas, children need access to healthful foods and opportunities to be physically active in order to grow, learn, and thrive;

Whereas, good health fosters student attendance and education;

Whereas, obesity rates have doubled in children and tripled in adolescents over the last two decades, and physical inactivity and excessive calorie intake are the predominant causes of obesity;

Whereas, heart disease, cancer, stroke, and diabetes are responsible for two-thirds of deaths in the United States, and major risk factors for those diseases, including unhealthy eating habits, physical inactivity, and obesity, often are established in childhood;

Whereas, 33% of high school students do not participate in sufficient vigorous physical activity and 72% of high school students do not attend daily physical education classes;

Whereas, only 2% of children (2 to 19 years) eat a healthy diet consistent with the five main recommendations from the Food Guide Pyramid;

Whereas, nationally, the items most commonly sold from school vending machines, school stores, and snack bars include low-nutrition foods and beverages, such as soda, sports drinks, imitation fruit juices, chips, candy, cookies, and snack cakes;

Whereas, school districts around the country are facing significant fiscal and scheduling constraints; and

Whereas, community participation is essential to the development and implementation of successful school wellness policies;

Thus, the Razi School is committed to providing a school environment that promotes and protects children's health, well-being, and ability to learn by supporting healthy eating and physical activity. Therefore, it is our policy that:

  • The Razi School will engage students, parents, teachers, food service professionals, health professionals, and other interested community members in developing, implementing, monitoring, and reviewing district-wide nutrition and physical activity policies.
  • All students in grades PK-12 will have opportunities, support, and encouragement to be physically active on a regular basis.
  • Foods and beverages sold or served at school will meet the nutrition recommendations of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
  • Qualified child nutrition professionals will provide students with access to a variety of affordable, nutritious, and appealing foods that meet the health and nutrition needs of students; will accommodate the religious, ethnic, and cultural diversity of the student body in meal planning; and will provide clean, safe, and pleasant settings and adequate time for students to eat.
  • To the maximum extent practicable, Razi School will participate in available federal school meal programs (including the School Breakfast Program, National School Lunch Program.
  • The Razi School will provide nutrition education and physical education to foster lifelong habits of healthy eating and physical activity, and will establish linkages between health education and school meal programs, and with related community services.