Where is a parking permit used?

School rules

Hegau-Gymnasium Singen
Partner school for Europe

For an orderly school operation in the sense of the mission statement, certain rules are necessary that have been developed in cooperation with students *, parents and teachers and are formulated in the following school regulations.

1. Validity
1.1 The school and house rules are binding for all members of the school community and all guests of the school.
1.2 It applies to the entire area of ​​the school including the outbuildings (Tittisbühl) and the paths between the main building, outbuildings, the connected green areas and the sports facilities.
1.3 The “general rules of conduct” apply throughout the school as well as for all school and extra-curricular events.

2. General rules of conduct
2.1 Public and private property must be treated with care.
2.2 In order not to disrupt the classroom, everyone on the school premises must remain quiet during class time.
2.3 Throwing objects of all kinds and ball games are prohibited inside the school building and near glass doors and windows.
2.4 Smoking and alcohol are strictly prohibited for schoolchildren.
2.5 The consumption of other drugs or drug-like substances is prohibited.
2.6 During the breaks, the pupils eat and drink exclusively outside the school building or in the rooms provided for this purpose (cafeteria, corridors without carpeting).
Drinking water from lockable containers is permitted in the classrooms after consultation with the teacher.
Chewing gum is prohibited.
2.7 All student devices suitable for media playback and recording (e.g. smartphones, etc.) must be switched off.
Filming, photography and making sound recordings are prohibited. Exceptions can be granted by the responsible teacher - provided there is a teaching context.
2.8 The use of the student's own smartphones, tablets, iPads, laptops, etc. and a corresponding internet access is possible in the context of the media concept "bring your own device" in the classroom after approval by the responsible teacher for clearly defined tasks.

3. Traffic regulation on the school premises
3.1 Pupils only park their bicycles and motorbikes in the designated areas in the schoolyards of the main or auxiliary building or on the bike racks on the east wing of the main building.
3.2 Scooters, skateboards and the like may not be used in the school. They are to be transported and stored in such a way that nobody is disturbed or endangered.
3.3 Parking on the school premises is only permitted with a parking permit. The corresponding card must be clearly visible in the car. Violations will be reported.

4. Stay in the school area
4.1 The south entrance of the main building is open from 7:00 a.m. The entrance to the annex, the west and east entrances and the entrance to the annex will be open from 7.30 a.m.
4.2 Before the first lesson and at the end of each break, the students go to their places in their respective classrooms and close the door, unless there are other regulations for the subject rooms.
If no teacher has arrived at the class after five minutes, the class representative or a substitute reports this in the room of the substitute planner (room 110), in the staff room or in the secretary's office.
4.3 During the long break from 9.25 a.m. to 9.40 a.m., all students are in the following areas: in the playground of the main building, in the cafeteria, in the media library, in the corridors between the main staircase and the transition to the annex on the ground floor of the main building, in the entrance area of ​​the extension, in the playground of the outbuilding, in the entrance area of ​​the outbuilding. It is forbidden to stay in class or specialist rooms without supervision.
4.4 The time between 9.25 a.m. and 9.40 a.m. is available to the teachers as a break time. Other office hours will be offered to the students upon request.
4.5 Pupils who spend the lunch break at school are in the following areas: in the cafeteria, the media library and the rooms of the all-day area as well as in the school yard of the main building.
4.6 Course level students may spend their free periods and breaks in the “Blubbelraum” lounge.
4.7 During the morning and afternoon lessons, only students of the course level are allowed to leave the school area without the approval of a teacher.
4.8 Specialist rooms, swimming pool and gymnasium may only be entered at the express instruction of the respective specialist teacher. The respective departmental regulations regulate the details.
4.9 The adjoining building is usually closed from 1.30 p.m., the main building from 4.00 p.m. Teachers entering or leaving a school building outside of opening hours ensure that it is locked. Due to so-called "panic locks", it is possible to leave the building at any time without closing the door.

5. Responsibility for order and cleanliness
5.1 All members of the school community are responsible for order and cleanliness in the entire school area. Take special responsibility
a) The two class folders in the classroom: They ensure that the blackboard is cleaned and the room is ventilated at the beginning of each lesson.
b) When a class changes room, the teacher checks the cleanliness before leaving the room with the class and concludes.
c) in the break areas of the main building and the adjoining building: the respective yard duty of grades 5 to 11.
5.2 The class that has lessons in the 6th lesson or the last class in a room sits up there, closes the window and turns off the light. The subject teacher is the last to leave the room and lock it up.
5.3 Students and teachers report damage to the caretaker immediately.
5.4 Lost property must be handed in to the caretaker.
5.5 Notices from outside the school must be approved by the school management.

6. Illnesses and accidents
6.1 If a student falls ill during the school day, he or she reports sick to the subject teacher or the subject teacher of the following period and to the secretariat.
The secretariat documents in the electronic class register that and by which teacher the student was dismissed due to illness. The student receives a message to the legal guardian, who confirms the knowledge with a signature. This excuses the absence.
6.2 In the event of an accident, first aid must be provided and the secretariat must be notified immediately.
6.3 In the interests of orderly business and school operations, students are only permitted to make calls in the secretary's office in justified exceptional cases. Telephone messages to students must also be limited to urgent exceptional cases.

7. Right to complain
If there are conflicts between students and a teacher, talk to the teacher. If this discussion does not lead to a satisfactory result, first the placement of the class teacher, then that of the liaison teacher can be used. After that, students have the right to submit complaints to the school management. In serious cases you can of course contact the school management directly.

8. Violations of school and house rules
Violations by students are punished depending on the severity or frequency of the offense:
Lighter violations result in suitable educational measures (e.g. entry in the class register, preparation of an extra task, detention for up to two hours), serious violations are punished within the framework of the educational and regulatory measures according to § 90 SchG (e.g. detention for up to four hours, Threat of temporary exclusion from classes, temporary exclusion from classes).

9. Entry into force
These school and house rules were adopted by the general teachers' conference and the school conference in July 2020. It comes into force on August 1st, 2020. They replace the previous school and house rules from August 1st, 2015.
The legal basis of these regulations is the School Act for Baden-Württemberg in the currently valid version with the associated ordinances.
They are supplemented by the regulations of individual departments and the alarm plan.
On behalf of the general teachers' conference and the school conference

signed Kerstin Schuldt, OStD ‘


Equal opportunity clause: Insofar as personal terms are used in masculine terms in these house and school rules, this form is used in a generalized manner and relates to both genders.