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									A person without a sense of humor is like a wagon
    without springs, jolted by every pebble in the
                                             road.
                            -Henry Ward Beecher
Building Administration
Principal – Mrs. Wheeler
Grade 9 – Mr. Draves
Grade 10 – Mr. Taylor
Grade 11 – Ms. Bavaro
Grade 12 – Mrs. Schafer
Guidance Counselors
Mrs. Pizon     A-E
Mrs. Conway    F-K
Mrs. Keller    L-Q
Miss Camino    R-V
Mrs. Dumann    W-Z
 2011-12 Bell Schedule
                Warning Bell 7:21
7:25 – 8:15                 1st Period
8:20 – 9:10                 2nd Period
9:15 – 10:20                3rd Period
10:10 – 10:33               4th Period
10:38 – 11:01               5th Period
11:06 – 11:29               6th Period
11:34 – 11:57               7th Period
12:02 – 12:25               8th Period
12:30 – 1:20                9th Period
1:25 – 2:15                 10th Period
Attendance
 Board Policy only allows up to 10 days of excused
  absences
 Under the age of 18, truancy charges filed
 18 and over, loss of privileges including possible
  withdrawal from classes and/or school, exclusion from
  extracurricular activities, loss of parking pass.
18 Years of Age
 NO sign-in, sign-outs, calling yourself off just because
  you’re 18.
 As long as you are living at home, your parent is
  responsible for you and we must have parent
  permission for sign in/outs and absences.
Study Hall
 The procedure for attending the Media Center for
  Study Hall has changed. You will electronically
  register for a time slot.
 All information will be relayed during your Study Hall
  in August.
 The Log In will be on the High School page.
Arrival/Dismissal from
School/Classes
 Students arriving or leaving from school grounds must
  sign in/out in their grade level office.
 Even with a note, students will only be permitted to
  sign out after contact has been made with a parent or
  guardian.
 Once a student has signed out he/she is not permitted
  to sign back in, unless he/she has a medical or court
  excuse.
 Students are expected to be in their designated
  classroom at the beginning of each period. Those who
  are not prompt may be subject to disciplinary action.
Truancy/Class Cuts
Excused Absences/Sign                Unexcused Absences/Sign
Outs                                 Outs
                                      Babysitting
 Personal illness of the student;
                                      Hair appointments
 Illness in the student’s family;    Car or traffic problems
 Death in the family;                Missing the bus
                                      Driving tests
 Quarantine for contagious           Employment interviews
  disease;                            Oversleeping
 Religious reasons;                  Weekend shopping
                                      Attending non-school related events
 Pre-approved vacation               Birthdays
 Court/ Probation                    Outside employment, unless through
                                       an approved program
                                      (Work Study, OWE, OWA, etc.)
Dropping a Class
 A student may withdraw from a course
  within the first nine weeks without
  penalty, providing the students course
  load does not fall below 5 credits.
 If a course is dropped after the first
  nine weeks a grade of “F” will be
 recorded.
Progress Book
Progress book: online grade book
 Students/parents can access grades throughout the
  school year.
 Login remains the same throughout a student’s career-
  unless he/she changes it.
 Forget login see Mrs. Coates (East Office) or go to BHS
  webpage and use email helpline-
  bhsparentaccesshelp@bcsoh.org
Parking
 All unpaid school fees MUST be paid before you can
    purchase a parking pass
   All cars must have parking passes displayed by
    Thursday, September 1st
   Not in correct lot, ticketed, possibly towed
   Right to revoke parking pass for academics, discipline,
    abuse of privilege
   BHS Administration has the right to search cars
    parked in BHS lots
Cell Phone Policy
Rules:                             Consequences:
1. Are not allowed on your          First Offense-Confiscation of
   person at anytime.                phone and parent must pick
                                     up. Cell phones will not be
2. Are to be left in your locker     returned to student if parent
   or in your car.                   does not pick up until
3. BHS is not responsible for        conclusion of next school day.
   lost or stolen cell phones.      Second Offense-All the above
4. In the event of an emergency,     plus a Weds/Fri Detention.
   your family will need to         Refusal to relinquish cell
   contact your grade level          phone to staff member will
   office.                           result in suspension.
Dress Code Highlights
1.   Dresses, skirts or shorts must be        5. Coats-Must remain in lockers.
     knee length(including Award             6. Shirts-Students are not
     Ceremonies, Class presentations,
     etc.). No Yoga Pants or Leggings.           permitted to wear halter tops,
2.   Pants are not permitted to be ripped,
                                                 tank tops, tube tops or any top
     shredded, torn or damaged. Pants            exposing the midriff or cleavage.
     must be worn at the waist.              7. Clothing decorated with
3.   Students are not permitted to wear          offensive, obscene language or
     any type of hat, headband or                gestures promoting drugs,
     bandana. All hats must be kept in           alcohol, tobacco, sex, or violence
     lockers from 7:25 – 2:15.                   are not permitted.
4.   Students are not permitted to have      8. Failure to follow the dress
     unnatural hair color.                       code will result in you being
                                                 sent to CLC for the day until
                                                 rectified.
Bullying and Fighting
 Text messaging someone is the same as saying it to
  their face! Even if it happens out of school it could
  have implications in the school building which means
  you can be disciplined.
 If you are involved in a fight you will be suspended for
  at least 3 days of school. School work will not be
  allowed to be made up!
 Charges may be filed with the Brunswick Police
  Department!
Prescription Drugs
 All prescription and over the counter medications
  must be handed in to your grade level office with
  appropriate paperwork.
 You may not carry or store aspirin, prescription
  medication, cough medicine, 5 hr energy, vitamins
  etc… in your locker.
 Violation of this policy will result in a suspension
  with a recommendation for expulsion.
 EpiPens and inhalers must be registered with the grade
  level office.
 Each student will be assigned a locker. Students are
  responsible for their school materials and personal
  property, thus lockers should be kept locked at all
  times.
 Sharing of lockers and combinations is not
  advised.
 Lockers are the property of Brunswick City Schools
  and therefore can be searched at any time.
Class Exchanges
 On weather permitting days, students may walk
  outside during class changes.
 All doors are now alarmed. The office is notified
  whenever a door is opened.
 Reminder: cameras have also been installed.
IPods
 Students may not use listening devices during
  instructional time and while taking tests or quizzes.
 Misuse of an IPod can result in confiscation of the
  IPod
   Music must not be heard by others.
   IPods are not to be used in the classroom.
   BHS is not responsible for lost or stolen Ipods.
Hall Passes
 Your agenda book has your hall passes for the year.
  Students will ask their teacher for their signature and
  take their handbook with them to their destination.
  Once all lines have been used the student is out of
  passes for the quarter.
 The cost of replacing your handbook is $10.00. If you
  need a replacement, see Mrs. Caso in the Athletic
  Office.
ID’s
 You need your ID’s for books, media center, and
  dances.
 Replacement ID’s are $2 and can be purchased in the
  media center.
After School Policy
 All students are expected to exit the building by 2:30
  p.m. unless being supervised directly by a staff
  member.
 Weight room is not open unless supervised by a BCS
  staff member.
 The media center is open until 3:15 p.m.
Athletic Eligibility
 Students must have received passing grades in a
  minimum of 5 one credit classes or the equivalent
 9th graders must carry a 1.8 GPA
 10th-12 graders must carry a 2.0 GPA
 All requirements must be met in the grading period
  immediately preceding.
Random Drug Testing
• Participation by students in extracurricular activities
  offered at BHS is a privilege, not a right.
• Students participating in extracurricular activities will
  be required to participate in a random
  drug/alcohol/nicotine testing program.
• Each student and parent is required to sign a form
  consenting to the random testing. If the “Drug Testing
  Policy General Authorization Form” is not signed, you
  may not participate in any extracurricular activity.
Physical Education
 All PE students will need to purchase a shirt. Order
  forms will be available in PE class.
 There is a policy that permits students to be exempted
  from PE if they participate in a sport, cheerleading,
  dance or marching band for two completed seasons.
 If you have physical education and you change for class
  your belongings must be locked up! If you do not lock
  up your belongings you may have things stolen and it
  is not the schools responsibility.
Announcements
 Announcement can be heard between 7:00 – 7:25.
 Announcements will be posted in your Blue Devil Mail
  account daily.
 Also, refer to our website for information-
  www.bcsoh.org/highschool.
 Announcements will also be posted in each grade level
  office and Guidance daily.
Student Log In
 New this year:
   First initial middle initial last name + grad year
   Password: student id


    Example:
        mbavaro2013
        student id
Attendance at Extracurricular
Events
 Football games – ALL STUDENTS MUST BE SEATED
    DURING GAMES!
   It is your responsibility to follow the Student Code of
    Conduct.
   Inappropriate behavior at extracurricular events will result
    in removal from that event and possible future events.
   Remember you are the building leaders for underclassmen,
    be good role models and show respect for our school.
   Athletic Passes – 10 game pass - $30.00 and Blue Devil
    Unlimited Pass allows in all home games for $50.00.
PSAT
 Why take:
        To practice for the SAT
        To earn scholarship and academic recognition
        To begin college search
        To get feedback on how to improve academic skills needed for
         college

        When: Wednesday, October 12, 2011 @ 7:00
        Registration: Thursday, September 1 – Friday, September 30,2011
        Cost: $15.00
        More information in Guidance Office
College Visits
 During the week of September 26, you will receive three
  passes and a schedule of college reps visiting Brunswick
  High School during Language Arts class.
    Scheduled visits will be posted on Guidance web page.
 You must go to your Language Arts first, get your teacher’s
  signature , then go to the guidance office. Most visits will
  be in the guidance office, unless it’s a bigger university
  (PAC/CLT)
 Students are only allowed three passes to miss class for a
  college rep visit so they need to be selective.
 For more information, see your guidance counselor.
Class of 2013…..
 Work hard, have fun
  and have a great
       year!!!!!

								
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