• Attendance is important for success in each and every class!
• Consequences for missing school include documentation, parental contact,
suspension, parental meeting, and referral to the truancy officials.
• Excused = parent note within 48 hours.
• Unexcused = no note from parents after 48 hours.
• The Attendance Secretary is Cindi Noora. Her direct line is 441-8477.
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parent. Phone phone or letter from teacher and Parent Principal, CISD.
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letter to parents 4 or more Assistant Review Principal Notify Principal
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• Being Tardy is considered being late to class by 30 minutes or less.
• Consequences include after school detentions, parental contact, suspension and
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• IDs must be on students at all times.
– Failure to produce an ID upon request can result in referral to
office, detention and $10.00 replacement fee.
• Students are encouraged to wear their IDs.
• Do Not deface your ID!!! It is sensitive to damage.
– Do not puncture, bend, color, etc..
• IDs have many uses:
– Locker Access
– Checking-out books in the library
– Purchasing lunch
• IDs will be distributed on the 1st day of school.
– They will include your locker number.
– If you have no ID upon arrival, the office will contact you later
for a picture and ID assignment.
The following is a condensed list of Dress Code Regulations.
Violation of Dress Code may result in documentation, change of clothes,
parental contact and suspension
• Skirts and shorts are to be no shorter than fingertip length.
• Clothing must cover all appropriate undergarments.
• Pants are to be worn at the waist with no sagging.
• Holes are discouraged.
• Exposure of the belly or midriff, bust or cleavage, butt, or back is not
• Both shoulders are to be covered with a minimum of a 2” strap.
• Only school appropriate messages on clothing.
• Clothing that identifies with gang affiliation or worn in a manner that
identifies with gang affiliation is not permitted.
• Outdoor coats, hats, hoods, any head coverings, and sunglasses must be
stored in lockers during the school day.
• Small purses and cinch bags (size per handbook) are allowed. Larger items
must be stored in lockers.
• Spandex or fishnets may be worn under dress code appropriate skirts only.
• Breakfast is available served before school and during
– $1.20 (Reduced $.30)
– Ala Carte items available
– $1.70 (Reduced $.40)
– Ala Carte items available
– Sandwich Central (pre-order is available)
• Trash and Recycle bins are located throughout the
cafeteria. It is expected that you use them.
Warning Bell 7:35 a.m.
Block 1 7:40-9:10 a.m.
Nutrition Break 10 minutes
Block 2 9:20-10:58 a.m.
Block 3B 11:28-12:58 p.m.
Block 3A 11:05-12:35 p.m.
Lunch A 10:58-11:28
Lunch B 12:35-1:05
Block 4 1:05-2:35 p.m.
• Counselors are here to assist you
throughout your High School experience
– Mrs. Oaks A-F
– Mr. McCrumb G-M
– Mrs. Avery N-Z
English 4 Credits
Math 4 Credits
Science 3 Credits
Social Studies 4 Credits
Computer 1 Credit
P.E./Health 1 Credit
Visual, Performing, Applied Arts 1 Credit
Electives 11 Credits
Total 29 Credits
A Failing Grade (Less than 60% ) Means No Credit is Earned.
In a Core Class, this Means You Must Repeat the Course.
• Sports participation is possible for students of all ability
– Not all sports have “cuts.”
• All students have the opportunity to participate
regardless of income.
– See athletic office for more information.
• Athletes’ grades are checked weekly.
– Any grade below 60% means the athlete is ineligible
for participation the following week.
• Please contact the Head Coach or the Athletic Office
with any questions.
• There are many opportunities to be involved in
extracurricular activities and events.
– Homecoming is a great way to begin.
– Student Senate is an organization that gives students
opportunities to participate in and take responsibility for their
school and community. The Senate is open to any student. The
goals of the organization include promoting student leadership,
developing future leaders, providing and planning for social
events, and involving students in community service projects.
• If Interested, please pick-up a Student Senate Petition.
– More information and forms are available from Mrs. Avery.
• PowerSchool is a great way to monitor
student academic achievement
– All parents and students have their own
username and password
– Contact the Guidance Office for more
Click on the link below for access to
• E-Chalk is an information sharing web
service administered by Harper Creek
– Each teacher maintains a webpage for your
use and viewing
Click on the link below to find E-Chalk