A positive and constructive working relationship between the school and parent is essential to the fulfillment of the school’s educational purpose and responsibilities to its students. If the parent’s or other family member’s behavior, communication, or interactions on or off campus (including during School-sponsored events) is disruptive, intimidating, or overly aggressive, or reflects a loss of confidence or serious disagreement with the school’s policies, methods of instruction, or discipline, or otherwise seriously interferes with the school’s safety procedures, responsibilities, or accomplishment of its educational purpose or program, the school reserves the right to dismiss the family from the community. In addition, the school reserves the right to place restrictions on parents’ or other family members’ involvement or activity at school, on school property, or at school-related events if the parent or other family member engages in behavior or has a status (such as a criminal conviction) that would reasonably suggest that such restrictions may be appropriate for the community. Thus, the school reserves the right not to extend the privilege of enrollment or re-enrollment to a student if the school reasonably concludes that the actions of the student’s parent make such a positive and constructive relationship impossible or otherwise seriously interferes with the school’s accomplishment of its educational purpose. Moreover, the school reserves the right to expel a student at any time if, in the judgment of the Head of School, conduct of anyone directly associated with the student, including but not limited to the student’s parent or other family member, in or out of the school, is not in keeping with the school’s accepted standards or principles. There will be no refund of tuition where such enforced withdrawal occurs and any unpaid balance is payable in full according to the terms of the student’s enrollment contract.