The daily bulletin is read at the beginning of each day. Bulletin announcements are short, concise and will appear for a maximum of three (3) days. Only announcements pertaining to school activities will be printed in the bulletin.
Clubs and Other Student Organizations
The clubs and other student organizations will vary from campus to campus. Further information will be made available as your school year begins.
The cafeteria is a clean and friendly place. In an effort to keep it this way, we ask students to put their garbage in the trash cans located around campus, and respect one another by not cutting in line. Student lunches can be purchased. Free breakfast and lunch is available to all eligible students.
Note: Information about eligibility for free or reduced lunches and an application are included at the back of this handbook.
Library hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during regular school days. Food, gum or drinks of any kind are not allowed in the Library.
If a book is overdue, you must clear that book and any fines before you will be able to check out another book.
Lost & Found
All lost and found items are located in the Main Office. Articles not claimed within 30 days will be discarded. Students should check at the Main Office immediately upon losing an article. Lost and found books will be in the Library.
Lost Textbook Reporting Process
Report it to your teacher
Go to the school office to pay for it
If you can’t pay for it in full, you can make payments
Teacher will issue you another book
All bills must be paid in full prior to your graduation in order to receive your diploma
For first aid, illness, or any other type of emergency, students should report immediately to the Administration Office, or if in the classroom, report to the teacher. Students who need to leave campus for illness must sign out at the Attendance Office.
Certain students may need to take prescribed medication during the school day. The person(s) designated by the superintendent/principal shall assist such students in taking their medication.
The following statements are required before medication can be administered:
- A written statement from the student’s physician detailing the method, amount and time schedules for the taking of the medication.
- A written statement from the student’s parent/guardian requesting the district to assist the student in taking the prescribed medication.
In addition, the parent/guardian of a student on a continuing medication regimen from a non-episodic condition shall inform the designated employee(s) of the medication being taken, the current dosage, and the name of the supervising physician. The designated employee(s), with the parent/guardian consent, may communicate with the student’s physician regarding the medication and its effects. The designated personnel may also counsel school personnel regarding the possible effects of the drug on the student’s physical, intellectual and social behavior, signs and symptoms of adverse side effects, omission or overdose.
STUDENT RELEASE REQUESTS BY PHONE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Work permit applications can be picked up at the Attendance office.