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Appropriate Darkroom & Studio Behavior Policy



Green Valley High School Photography provides resources, educational opportunities and individualized instruction to help instill best practices in becoming a competent commercial photographer with an emphasis in Portrature.



The Darkroom & Studio areas of Green Valley HS furthers the achievement of the mission through its service to students, faculty, staff and the greater community. This policy affirms that Liberty HS students, faculty, and staff are the primary service population, and details the expectations for users to responsibly use the facilities in a safe environment conducive to research and study.



Users are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that is respectful of others and that is in keeping with the Darkroom & Studio’s purpose. Those who engage in behavior that infringes on the rights of others, poses danger to themselves or others, or violates school or CCSD policies may be held to disciplinary action. Public Safety officers may be called to handle the situation if the teacher or staff member believes it is advisable to do so. Unlawful behavior will be reported immediately to Public Safety.


Expectations of Users

  • Interact courteously with other users and staff.

  • Comply with all policies, particularly with regard to acceptable use of computers, Photographic equipment and chemicals, and food and drink.

  • Respect resources— e. g. print only when necessary; refrain from damaging materials & equipment; return checked out materials & equipment on time.

  • Respect intellectual property including copyright.

  • Keep all valuables and personal property with you at all times. Liberty HS is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

  • Use of cell phones is only designated for class assignments that require that type of technology and in cases of emergency.

  • Maintain an acceptable standard of personal hygiene. CCSD dress code standards must be adhered to for models at all times. Creating a hazardous or offensive condition, such as inappropriate clothing or personal effects is unacceptable.


Unacceptable behavior

  • Destruction or theft of materials or property

  • Depicting the use of alcohol or illegal drugs

  • Lewd, indecent, disruptive or boisterous behavior

  • Threatening, harassing or intimidating language or behavior

  • Sleeping in the Studio

  • Bringing weapons into the Darkroom or Studio 

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