All delegates are required to dress in professional business attire.
All delegates are required to conduct themselves appropriately. This includes
respecting staff decisions, recognition before addressing the committee, and refraining
from the use of undiplomatic language.
The official language of MUNSA is English. All sessions must be carried out entirely
within the confines of the English language, including conversation, debate, and note-passing. The exception to these requirements is the Organization of American States committee.
All North East Independent School District rules and regulations for the 2015–16 school
year will apply, including but not limited to the following:
The usage of phones inside rooms during debates is prohibited
No pagers or beepers are permitted on the premises.
Possession of or acting under the influence of drugs is prohibited.
No NEISD-prohibited items (e.g., mace, metallic markers, laser pointers, graffiti implements)
are permitted on the premises.
Theft is grounds for suspension.
Tobacco and paraphernalia are prohibited.
Vandalism is grounds for expulsion.
Verbal and confrontational disruption is not allowed.