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					B. Michael Caudill Middle School
  1428 Robert Martin Bypass Richmond, KY 40475
              Phone: (859) 625-6172
              Fax: (859) 623-2652
       http://www.madison.kyschools.us/bmc




              “Home of the Spartans”


           Mr. Ken Bicknell, Principal
          Martha Scarberry, Vice Principal
          Christi Renzenbrink, Counselor

                    2011-2012




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Dear Parents & Guardians:

It is only natural to want to get your child from school during an
emergency. However, doing so could put your child and yourself
at greater risk for harm. Following recommended plans and
instructions will decrease your risk of harm in an emergency. DO
NOT GO TO SCHOOL to get your child during a community
emergency.

WHAT IS IN PLACE
Madison County EMA/CSEPP continues working in partnership
with Madison County Schools to update and exercise all
emergency plans and procedures to provide the best possible safety
for students, faculty, and staff. Each year schools conduct various
safety drills to stay prepared for emergencies. Each year all
Madison County Schools participate in the CSEPP annual exercise
and evaluation. Additional emergency capabilities have been
implemented at specific schools.

WHAT YOU CAN DO
Educate yourself—as parents and/or guardians, you play an
invaluable role in helping the schools keep your children safe.

KNOW YOUR ZONE: this will determine what action you will
be instructed to take in an emergency.

Make an emergency plan for your family and then talk to your
child or children about what each of you will do if an emergency
happens during school/work hours.

Practice following your family’s emergency plan.

Have an emergency kit ready with supplies to last 72 hours.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Talk with your school’s principal.

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Contact the Madison County EMA/CSEPP at 859-624-4787 with
questions about emergency preparedness.
Refer to the Emergency Preparedness calendar sent to every
Madison County resident from EMA/CSEPP.

Are you prepared? Our organization is here to help you answer
that question.

Sincerely,

Carlis Richards
Madison County EMA Director

Michael Bryant
Madison County CSEPP Director




             Madison County EMA/CSEPP
               560 S. Keeneland Drive
                Richmond, KY 40475

             www.madison-county-ema.com
              www.madisoncountyema.net




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                          TABLE OF CONTENTS
                              (Alphabetized)
Accidents/Insurance/Illness                             15
Attendance (Tardies/Dismissals/Late Arrivals/Truancy)   18
Cancellation of School                                  16
Child Labor Laws, KY                                    58
Counseling Services                                     10
Deliveries (Prohibited)                                 21
Discipline Code-BMCMS Offenses and Actions              24
Discipline Code-Madison County School’s Code
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(BMCMS code on pg 26-37)
Dress Code                                              21
Extra-Curricular Sports Activities                      18
Evacuation Drills                                       22
Fees (School and Class)                                 23
FERPA                                                   56
Grading Scale                                           9
Handbook                                                9
Lockers                                                 16
Lost and Found                                          23
Lunch Program                                           11
Map (school)                                            8
Media Center/Library                                    10
Motto                                                   9


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Photo Release                    16
Plagiarism                       23
Police (Use of)                  24
Return Checks                    22
Search and Seizure               43
School Property (damage)         22
Smoking (Prohibited)             23
Substitute/Student Teacher       22
Technology Policies              17
Textbooks                        16
Tutoring                         9
Visitors                         23




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             B. Michael Caudill Middle School
         1428 Robert Martin Bypass Richmond, KY 40475
                     Phone: (859) 625-6172


                   http://www.madison.kyschools.us

Dear Students of B. Michael Middle School:

The content of this handbook serves as a guide to understanding
the policies and procedures at B. Michael Caudill Middle School
and the Madison County School District. It does not contain every
school policy, nor can it address every possible situation that may
occur in our school, but it does explain vital information to help
you at BMCMS. Our school is a place of which you can be very
proud. We are dedicated to finding ways that will help you reach
your goals, and we encourage you to dream big!

We hope that you have a very successful middle school
experience. Our Staffulty is dedicated to you. We ask that you
dedicate yourself to the task at hand, which is to provide you with
the best possible education. We also believe it to be important to
help you develop as a person. You are a great influence to those
around you. We expect you to be able to think critically, to be
creative, and to make good decisions.

Nothing is more important than you. We look forward to the
future. Dream big; your future is what you make it. In the end you
will get out of life what you put into it.

Sincerely,
B. Michael Caudill Middle School Administration



  B. Michael Caudill Middle School does not discriminate on the basis of color,
                       national origin, sex, or disability.



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School Blueprint




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              Building Leaders One Student at a Time
                    We Care; We Can; We Will


  YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO B. Michael Caudill Middle School
                         As a student you should:
- Have high expectations for yourself.
- Always try to do your best in your work and in your behavior.
- Attend school regularly.
- Ask for help when you feel that you do not understand.
- Report to an adult any problems that you may have at school or at home.
- Have respect for yourself, for those around you, and for your school.
- Resolve conflicts in a positive way.
- Obey ALL rules.
- Report any activities that might endanger others or yourself.
- Be proud of your school, and yourself.



                            GRADING SCALE
         Numerical Grade             Letter Grade            Point Value
               100-90                       A                      4
                89-80                       B                      3
                79-70                       C                      2
                69-60                       D                      1
                59-0                        F                      0




                                 TUTORING
Extended School Services (ESS) may be offered to students in need of
tutoring. A schedule of after-school ESS classes can be obtained from the
counselor’s office and/or any advisor.

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                             HANDBOOK
Students shall be issued a handbook at the beginning of each year. It is
the student’s responsibility to have this important document with them at
all times.

If a student loses his/her handbook, additional handbooks must be
purchased for $5.00.

                      HALL WAY CONDUCT
Students are not permitted in the halls during class periods unless they
have permission from a teacher during regular class time. Students who
have received permission to be in the hallway during instructional time
should proceed to their designated location and purpose in a timely, direct,
and non-disruptive manner.



                     COUNSELING SERVICES
The Counseling Department provides a very important service to the total
school population. Students, parents, and teachers are encouraged to use
the services at any time.
The counselor's door is always open to students who need advice on
matters pertaining to school, personal problems, future occupations or
educational plans. Likewise, the counselor is available to discuss any
concerns parents may have regarding their child’s development and
success. Parents wishing to consult with our counselor may make an
appointment by calling (859) 625-6172




                      MEDIA CENTER/LIBRARY
The media center is open from 7:45 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. during normal
operating days. A student must be accompanied by a teacher or have a
valid, signed media center pass to be admitted to the media center during
the normal school day. A variety of printed, recorded, and electronic
media are available to enrich the student’s educational experience.

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BOOK FINES/FEES:
A. Books may be checked out for 2 weeks. (May be renewed if
   available)
B. Any student who keeps a book after the checkout period will be
   charged 5 cents for every school day the book is overdue. A student,
   who accumulates an excess of $1.00 in fines will lose the privilege of
   checking out books until the book is returned and the fines are paid.
C. Students will be responsible for the replacement cost for any lost
   book. Books not returned before the last day of school will be
   considered lost and students will be charged the cost of the book to
   replace it.
D. Any student who damages a book will be charged for the repair,
   rebinding, or replacement cost of the book.
E. Any student who withdraws and fails to turn in a book will have a
   charge entered on his/her permanent record.
F. Any library fines not paid at the end of the current school year will be
   carried over to the next year.




                 MADISON COUNTY SCHOOLS
                     LUNCH PROGRAM
                             MEAL PRICES
                              2011-2012

MEAL PRICES:
       BREAKFAST   FULL PAID STUDENT $1.10
             REDUCED STUDENT     $.30
       LUNCH       FULL PAID STUDENT $2.05
             REDUCED STUDENT     $.40

ADULT-STAFF/VISITORS
       BREAKFAST     $1.75
       LUNCH         $3.05




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Meal Payment Procedures
Students and adults may pay by cash, check or via the LunchBox food
service software program. Money can be deposited in student/adult (staff)
accounts for future purchases. Meals and A la Carte items may be
purchased from student and adult accounts unless otherwise noted.
The LunchBox food service software program allows you more direct
access to your children’s cafeteria accounts. This new technology will
also give you the option to enroll in EFunds for Schools, an on-line
payment option.
This technology will allow you to use the internet to log on and see what
and when your children have been eating, what their current balances are
and make some notes against their accounts for the cafeteria manager to
see.
To use Lunchbox Internet Deposit you will need…
     1. An internet connection
     2. Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
     3. A valid email address
     4. Your student’s permanent student ID number (10-digit). This is
          not the student lunch number.

To obtain your students ID number you can contact the food service
office by emailing:
Emily.agee@madison.kyschools.us or
regina.floyd@madison.kyschools.us

You must have the student ID number (10-digit) before starting the
registration process.

To register for Lunchbox and EFunds you can go to the district
website at www. Madison.kyschools.us
Click on “Food Service On-Line” under the Quick Links column.

IMPORTANT: When registering for EFunds you will be asked to
enter the family number. That number is your phone number as listed
on student enrollment forms. You must use the following format
when entering the phone number (XXX) XXX-XXXX.

You may choose to register for Lunchbox to monitor your student’s
food service account. The EFunds on-line payment is optional.

You can contact the food service office with questions at (859) 625-
6026. Please use the listed email addresses to obtain student ID
numbers.
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Meal Charges
Students are limited to no more than ten dollars ($10.00) in charges.
Charges are allowed for students who have forgotten to bring money for
breakfast or lunch and have no way to secure any money at the time.

Once the charge balance reaches five dollars ($5.00), parents will be
notified and asked to settle the account. Notices will be sent weekly until
the account is settled. Once the amount reaches ten dollars ($10.00), the
child will be served an alternative meal that meets the minimum
nutritional requirements of the school lunch program until the account is
settled.
      Students who have reached the charge limit:
           o Must bring a sack lunch from home OR
           o An alternate meal will be provided cheese & crackers, fruit,
                and milk or peanut butter & crackers, fruit, and milk
           o Parents will be notified by phone and/or letter of the
                outstanding charges.
           o The student’s name is turned over to the Principal or the
                Principal’s designee for corrective action.
           o Students with charges cannot purchase a la carte items.
           o All accounts must be paid in full before the last five (5)
                days of school.
           o Only a one-day charge will be allowed during the last week
                of school, which will accommodate a student that may have
                lost/forgotten their money.
           o All overdue accounts will be carried over to the next school
                year. When a child enrolls for a new school year and has an
                unpaid balance from the previous year, no additional
                charges will be allowed until all previous balances are paid.

Adult meals may not be charged at any school.

A LA CARTE items
1. A la Carte items can only be purchased with cash or from the student
    accounts.
2. A la Carte items cannot be charged.
3. A la Carte choices can be different at every school.
4. Students approved for free lunch must purchase milk if they bring
    their lunch.




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Offer Vs Serve
Offer vs. Serve is implemented in all Madison County schools. Offer vs.
Serve means that a student may decline some choices offered for breakfast
and lunch. Offer vs. serve is a provision that allows students to decline
either 1 or 2 of the food items in a school lunch or 1 food item in a school
breakfast that they do not intend to eat. As a result this reduces food waste
and permits students to select only the foods they want to consume.

At lunch, the 5 required food items are: meat or meat alternate; milk;
grains/breads; and 2 servings of vegetables or 2 servings of fruit or 1
serving of each.

Students must be offered at least 5 food items. Students must take full
servings of at least 3 of the 5 food items. Students may decline any food
item, including the entrée or milk.

At breakfast, the 4 required food items are: milk; juice/fruit/vegetable
(full-strength fruit or vegetable juice); and 2 servings of grains/breads or 2
servings of meat/meat alternate or equivalent combination of both of these
components. Students must be offered at least 4 food items from 3 or 4
food components. Students must take full servings of at least 3 food items.
Students may decline any food item, including milk

Lunch Applications:
ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE FILLED OUT COMPLETELY
BEFORE THEY CAN BE PROCESSED.
1. Please fill out only one application per family. List all students,
    social security number(s) and school(s) attending on one application.
    They can be turned in at any school.
2. If your student received free/reduced meals last year that status is
    good for thirty (30) days from the first day of school. After thirty (30)
    days they will be switched to paid lunch status.
3. You must fill out an application every year.
4. Do not fill out an application if you know you do not qualify for
    free/reduced meals.
5. Foster children must be on a separate application.
6. Families that receive food stamps or K-Tap must list the child’s
    name, social security number, school, and food stamp or K-Tap
    number. The application must be signed by an adult household
    member with social security number.
7. Families that are applying based on income must include the total
    monthly GROSS income of each household member. The application

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     must be signed by an adult household member with social security
     number.
8.   Do not list money that is paid out. (Example: child support, personal
     bills). The applications are processed by income only.
9.   Contact the food service office at 625-6026 with any questions
     concerning lunch applications.



              ACCIDENTS/INSURANCE/ILLNESS
The school is responsible only for immediate first aid. The Board of
Education does not pay any medical or hospital bill incurred as a result of
accident to the pupil at school. The parent or guardian is responsible for
the payment of such bills.

Hence, we urge all students to have the protection afforded through school
insurance. Each student will be given information regarding various
insurance plans during the first week of school. In case of an accident, no
matter how minor, the student should report that accident to the teacher
immediately. In the case of severe accidents or acute illness, emergency
care will be given and the parents will be notified. B. Michael Caudill
Middle School is not responsible for filing accident claims. Claim forms
are available in the office. Parents are responsible for filing claims.

                          Medical Transportation:
It is the responsibility of the parents to provide transportation and further
care of the student if the student becomes ill or injured on school property.
Students may not be sent home without parental approval and no student
may drive when excused for medical reasons unless parental consent has
been given.

*A SIGNED EMERGENCY RELEASE CARD MUST BE ON FILE
IN THE OFFICE FOR EVERY STUDENT.
If it becomes necessary for a student to take any form of medication at
school, a signed note from a parent must be presented to the office.
All medication will be kept in and dispensed through the office.

If a student becomes ill during school hours, he or she should report to the
classroom teacher and then be dismissed to the office with a hall pass.

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Any student having a medical problem of any kind should notify the
secretary and the school nurse.
The Madison County Board of Education carries a student and athletic accident
insurance policy through the Continental Casualty Company for all students. This
policy is a secondary policy with coverage up to $25,000. Free health coverage is
also available to qualified students through a state funded Insurance Program
known as KCHIP. See your school nurse or the school counselors for more
information.

                                 LOCKERS
 Each student is responsible for the care of his/her locker and liable for any
damage. Locks must be locked at all times. Loss or damage of a lock will
require payment for damages. Stickers or questionable pictures are not to
be placed in or on the lockers. (See dress code) The school reserves the
right to inspect any locker at any time. B. Michael Caudill Middle School
is not liable for personal property. ALL valuables should be in possession
of the owner at all times. The school cannot accept responsibility for
stolen money or other articles. All lockers must be emptied at the end of
the school year.
                               TEXTBOOKS
All basic textbooks are loaned to students for their use during the school
year. Textbooks are to be kept clean and handled carefully. If a textbook
is issued to you, please be sure that your name, grade, and classroom
teacher’s name are written on the book label in case the book is misplaced.
You will be required to pay for lost or damaged books. Failure to clear
your textbook record will result in a letter of non-payment being placed in
your permanent-record file. Once a textbook has been declared lost and
paid for, no money will be returned if the textbook is found. Textbooks
not returned on the last day of school are declared lost and must be
paid for.

                    CANCELLATION OF SCHOOL
In case of inclement weather, radio station WKXO Berea, WEKY,
WMCQ and WCBR Richmond will announce any school closings.
WKYT Channel 27, WLEX Channel l8, and WTVQ Channel 36 television
stations usually show school closings.


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                             PHOTO RELEASE
During the course of the school year newspapers and television often use
photographs of students in stories. By signing the acknowledgement of
receipt of this handbook parents are releasing a student’s photograph to be
used in the newspaper and television stories as well as school publications
such as the yearbook, school website and school newsletter. If parents do
not wish for a student’s photograph to be used in any of the
previously mentioned stories or publications, the school should be
informed in writing.

                       TECHNOLOGY POLICIES
All Technology Equipment owned by the Madison County Board of
Education and/or B. Michael Caudill Middle School is accessible to its
student body to assist in the performance of educational responsibilities.
(See Madison County Acceptable Use Policy) It is a student’s privilege to
be allowed to use the school’s technology equipment. Therefore, each
student should treat the computer/technology equipment as if it were his or
her own.
                           A student should not:
1.    use the school’s technology equipment for purposes unrelated to the
      educational instruction such as recreation and/or ―personal‖ business.
2.    copy programs from the network/computer terminal for his/her personal use.
3.    install programs/games on any of the school’s computer terminals/networks.
      Only authorized personnel may install programs. This includes material
      uploaded from jump/flash drives.
4.    print unnecessarily.
5.    access the Internet without proper authorization from the legal guardian and
      supervising teacher and/or access unauthorized web sites (blocked or
      unblocked by filtering devices).
6.    send or display offensive or sexually explicit material.
7.    use obscene language.
8.    harass; insult or attack others.
9.    violate copyright laws.
10.   use another’s password and/or share his/her password with others.
11.   trespass in another’s folder, work or files.
12.   use non – KETS e-mail services.
13.   respond to or initiate junk mail such as chain letters.
14.   maliciously deface the equipment in any manner. (rearrange keys on the
      keyboard, remove mouse-tracking balls, place foreign objects in the disk
      drive, etc.)

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Violations of any of these rules will result in a loss or reduction of computer
privileges. Loss of Network Access will related to the offence (i.e. Internet related
offenses will result in loss of Internet and E-Mail; computer offenses related to
hard drive or network resources will related to computer access being terminated).

                            Consequences of Violations:
Minor Offenses: (Includes accessing unauthorized websites, disrespecting
classroom rules related to computer usage, using other passwords to gain access to
resources without malicious, and/or items not considered an major offense and
outlines in the Guidelines of Discipline Offenses and Actions approved by the
Madison County Board of Education. )
      1. First offense : Warning from Supervising Faculty Member
      2. Second Offense: Loss of Network access for 2 weeks
      3. Third Offense – Loss of Network access for 4 weeks
      4. Fourth Offense – Loss of Network access for 18 weeks
      5. Fifth Offense – Loss of Network access for the year

Major Offense (Includes vandalism and harassment as well as any infraction
considered a SERIOUS OFFENSE as defined by the student handbook).
Guidelines for Discipline Offenses and Actions as outlined in this handbook will be
followed unless administration deems it necessary to follow guidelines listed below.
      1. First Offense – Loss of Network Access for 9 weeks.
      2. Second Offense – Loss of Network Access for school year.
(See your School Technology Coordinator for information about specific
technology policies such as Internet Policies, Student E-Mail Policies, and Web
Page Policies)

            SCHOOL CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS
Students may participate in clubs and organizations at B Michael Caudill
Middle School.

                   EXTRA-CURRICULAR SPORTS
                   ACTIVITIES REQUIREMENTS
                           GPA of 2.0 and failing no classes
                          Students must have sports physical
              All other information found in district athletic handbook



  ATTENDANCE/TARDINESS/EARLY DISMISSAL/LATE
             ARRIVALS/TRUANCY
ATTENDANCE (KRS 159.010)
1. The following reasons will be accepted as an excused absence:
   a.       Death or severe illness in the pupil’s immediate family.

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     b.        Illness of pupil. FOUR PARENT NOTES PER 18 WEEKS.
               The note must be submitted within two days of the absence.
               Each note will excuse only 1 day. (For multiple days a
               student should have a doctor’s statement).
     c.        Religious holidays.
     d.        One day for attendance to the KY State Fair.
     e.        Other valid reasons as determined by the principal, i.e., court
               appearances, driver’s license - ½ day, and doctor/dental
               appointments.
2.   A phone call will be made to the parent after the third unexcused
     absence.
3.   A letter will be sent home after the third unexcused absence. The
     letter sent home will inform the parent that after the eighth absence
     the students will be referred to the court system for mediation.
4.   Students with six or more unexcused absences may not be allowed to
     attend school dances.
5.   Students are always responsible for classroom work when they are
     absent from school.

Having been absent, a student must pick up an admission slip from the
office before being admitted to class. The slip will indicate if the absence
is excused or unexcused.

SUSPENSION
Students who are suspended are responsible for all classroom work during
the time of suspension. Graded work not turned in will result in the grade
of incomplete.


EXCUSED TARDIES (KRS 159.150)
Tardies will be excused for the following reasons.
1.   Death or severe illness in the pupil’s immediate family.
2.   Illness of pupil. FOUR PARENT NOTES PER 18 WEEKS.
     The note must be submitted within two days of the tardy.
     Each note will excuse only 1 day
3.   Religious holidays.
4.   One day for attendance to the KY State Fair.
5.   Other valid reasons as determined by the principal, i.e., court
     appearances, driver’s license - ½ day, and doctor/dental
     appointments.

UNEXCUSED TARDIES

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Once a student receives three UNEXCUSED tardies to school or receives
his/her fourth tardy to a class per semester, they will be sent to the office
for appropriate disciplinary action.
If a student is tardy to any class, that student will be ―swept‖ by a
monitoring teacher. That teacher will take the students name, and the
student will report to class. Upon their fourth tardy, disciplinary action
will be taken.

CHECK-OUTS
Checkouts will be excused for the following reasons.
1.   Death or severe illness in the pupil’s immediate family.
2.   Illness of pupil.
3.   Religious holidays.
4.   One day for attendance to the KY State Fair.
5.   Other valid reasons as determined by the principal, i.e., court
     appearances, driver’s license - ½ day, and doctor/dental
     appointments.
6.   Students must provide a note for an excused checkout when returning
     to school.

All other checkouts are unexcused. Students are always responsible for
classroom work when they are not in class.

When returning from a checkout, students are required to pick up an
admission slip before proceeding to class.        Doctor and dental
appointments are for appointment times only and students must bring a
note from the appropriate office.

TRUANCY
HB 72 – AN ACT relating to habitual truancy.
        Identifies any public school student who has not reached his or
        her twenty-first birthday, who has been absent from school
        without a valid excuse for three or more days or tardy without
        valid excuse on three or more days as truant.
        Identifies as a habitual truant, a student who has been reported
        as truant two or more times.
        Hold a public school student who has attained the age of 18, but
        who has not reached his or her twenty-first birthday, accountable
        if the student fails to comply with school truancy laws. Hold the
        parent, guardian, or custodian of a public school student who has
        not reached his or her eighteenth birthday accountable if the
        student fails to comply with school truancy laws. Holds the
        court-appointed guardian of a public school student who has not
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reached his or her twenty-first birthday, accountable if the
student fails to comply with school truancy laws.
Requires school district personnel to inform students (between
18 and 21), parents, guardians, and custodians that they are
subject to the truancy laws.




       DRESS CODE/UNIFORM CODE
Uniform will consist of brown/tan non-denim pants. It is
acceptable to have various shades of brown/tan from light tan to
brown. Cargo pants are not permitted. Girls may wear
brown/tan skirts that cover the knee when standing.
Shorts are not permitted (athletic practice and wellness classes
are exceptions)
Belts must be worn and they must be plain brown or plain black
in color. (Exception to this policy: Pants or skirts that have
elastic in the waist band and have no belt loops.)
Shirts must be of solid color and have a collar in proximity to
the neck line. Shirts can have no logos other than school
sponsored logos.
Approved school sponsored t-shirts or sweatshirts (non-hooded)
may be worn on any day.
Shirts must be tucked in.
Pants must be worn at waist line.
Solid color sweat shirt or sweaters (non-hooded, non-logo) with
a waist band may be worn without being tucked in.
No garments considered undergarments shall be visible (T-shirts
at the neckline are acceptable)
Jackets must be put in locker during the school day.
All jewelry must be gold, silver or pearl.
Wrist watches are permitted.
Emblems on neck jewelry must be no larger than a quarter.
No bandanas, chains, or dangling objects shall be part of student
clothing.
Hats not permitted in school.
Clear or mesh back-packs and book bags only.
Students may carry purses/bags that are smaller than a three-ring
notebook.

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          Principal has discretion to make exceptions when necessary.

                    DELIVERIES PROHIBITED
In the interest of safety and to preserve instructional time we prohibit the
commercial or private deliveries of flowers, balloons, food and other
favors to students during the school hours.




       MADISON COUNTY RETURN CHECK POLICY
The Madison County Board of Education has entered into an agreement
with Payliance Inc. for the collection of all returned checks. Returned
checks are automatically forwarded by the district’s banks directly to
Payliance. Payliance will contact the issuer to collect the face amount
plus their collection fee. Failure to respond will result in the check being
re-presented to the bank electronically along with applicable collection
fees.

                       EVACUATION DRILLS
Tornado and fire drills are held from time to time and each room has a
specific pattern of evacuation. Each student and teacher should be
familiar with any room they occupy. All alarms are to be followed unless
persons in the office indicate otherwise by means of the intercom. Copies
of each room’s evacuation pattern should be posted by the door in each
room. Students must remain with their assigned teacher at all times
during an evacuation.


                          LOST AND FOUND
Students who find lost articles are asked to bring them to the Youth
Service Center office where they can be claimed by the owner.

             SUBSTITUTES/STUDENT TEACHERS
Substitute/student teachers are to be given the same respect as regular
classroom teachers. Any student failing to maintain a proper relationship
with a substitute/student teacher will be dealt with appropriately. The
responsibility is on the student to treat a substitute/student teacher with the


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respect and courtesy that is due all persons at B. Michael Caudill Middle
School
               DAMAGE TO SCHOOL PROPERTY
Students will be financially responsible for any damage to school property
whether deliberate or accidental. If damage is deliberate, the student will
also be subject to disciplinary action. Cost will be assessed by the
supervisor in charge based on replacement or repair.



                                VISITORS
All visitors to the school must secure a visitor’s pass and sign in from
the main office before contacting students or staff members. PERSONS
VISITING AT HOME WITH A STUDENT ARE NOT PERMITTED TO
ACCOMPANY THE STUDENT TO THE SCHOOL AND VISIT
DURING SCHOOL HOURS. Any exception shall be made by principal
or vice-principal.
                      SMOKING PROHIBITED
SMOKING OR USE OF ANY TOBACCO PRODUCT IS
PROHIBITED AT B. MICHAEL CAUDILL MIDDLE SCHOOL.
Students are not allowed to have in their possession cigarettes, smokeless
or other tobacco products, lighters or matches. Any tobacco product,
lighters or matches found in the possession of students will be taken and
not returned. B Michael Caudill Middle School must also maintain
compliance with the Clean Indoor Air Regulation (MCHR 700.00).
Students found using or possessing tobacco products are subject to
disciplinary actions. See page 31.




                              PLAGIARISM
Plagiarism is defined as ―the appropriating and putting forth as one’s own
of the ideas, designs, writings, etc. of another writer; esp. literary theft, as
in reproducing (more or less exactly) passages from another writer as
professedly original work‖. Plagiarism is a serious offense and is
considered cheating. See Madison County Schools statement concerning
Academic Integrity on pages 39-40.

                    SCHOOL AND CLASS FEES
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1.   Students will pay an $8.00 school fee. (Students who qualify for
     free and reduced lunch are exempt from school fees.) This fee
     covers the cost of books, lockers, instructional fees, handbooks, etc.
     The only additional fee would be for materials for individual projects
     in classes such as industrial tech, etc. where the student takes the
     finished project home.
2. No refunds will be made at the end of the school year.
3. Any student entering school during the first semester will be required
     to pay the full fee. Students entering any time during the second
     semester will pay half of the school fee.
4. Homeroom teachers will collect fees the first few days of school.
     After this time the bookkeeper will handle all fees.
All policy is subject to KRS 160.330 which states: ―The board may
furnish necessary school supplies free of charge to an indigent student.‖




                WITHDRAWAL FROM SCHOOL
The Commonwealth of Kentucky has a compulsory school attendance
statute which requires school attendance for students age 6-18.

                              USE OF POLICE
It is the philosophy and belief of the administration at B. Michael Caudill
Middle School that the responsibility for dealing with student discipline
violations rests with us. Thus, we will make every effort to handle such
problems in-house, according to the policies and procedures established by
the district and the school. However, when violations of state laws or
municipal ordinances occur, or when students or parents refuse to work
within the established policies of the district and school, or where security
of person or property appears to be in jeopardy, we will not hesitate to call
the police and initiate arrest and prosecution proceedings.



     B. MICHAEL CAUDILL MIDDLE SCHOOL DISCPLINE
                        CODE
                OFFENSES AND ACTIONS
(Any violation of a KENTUCKY REVISED STATUE including, but not
limited to those included in the list below, is grounds for disciplinary
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action).
B. MICHAEL MIDDLE SCHOOL shall maintain compliance with the
Madison County Schools Code of Acceptable Behavior and Disciple. In
administering this code BMCMS may use the following options: Student-
parent-administrator conference, Assigned seating, Schedule change,
Modify day, Peer isolation, Confiscation of item, Clean-replace-repair
damaged items at current replacement value, Counseling sessions,
Detention, Parent-administrator conference, Probation, School service
(work detail), In-School Suspension (ISS), Suspension, Referral to outside
agency-including the court system, Administrative Expulsion Hearing,
Other appropriate actions. The charts found on pages 35-36 will serve as a
guide for disciplinary actions but the administration of BMCMS reserves
the right to increase the severity of disciplinary actions in accordance with
the severity of the violation and the impact of the violation on the school
environment. Repeated violation of any rule may subjugate the offender
to more serious disciplinary action.

             DEFINITIONS OF DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS
PROBATION: A probationary period may be established for students when a
teacher or principal determines either that it would better benefit the student to
remain in the classroom than to incur a suspension, or after a suspension to establish
a level of behavior which will prevent additional problems
DETENTION: After school detention is a period in which the student is detained
for rules violations as assigned by the principal or assistant principal. The
parent/guardian will be responsible for transportation of the student. School
personnel supervise the student during the detention.
IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION (ISS): The ISS program is a short-term In School
Suspension program. It is one possible way to deal with less serious discipline
problems and prevent a student from being suspended from school and losing
school time. It is not a substitute for students who require more serious forms of
discipline. Assignments are made by administrators only and continuous
assignments to ISS may lead to a referral to Day Treatment. The student is expected
to follow the strict guidelines of behavior while in ISS. The student is allowed to
do classroom assignments, take tests, and be counted present at school. The student
will be restricted from participation in the normal school program while assigned to
ISS.
SUSPENSION: Suspension shall mean a denial of attendance at any single subject
or class or any full schedule or class. The student shall not participate in any school
activity during the time of suspension. This includes both co-curricular and extra-
curricular activities. See Madison County Schools policies on pages 48-49.
DAY TREATMENT: See Madison County Schools Policies on page 52-55..
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING: See Madison County Schools policies on pages
48-49.
EXPULSION: See Madison County Schools policies on page 48-49.

               DEFINITION OF OFFENSES
1. DISRUPTION OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT: Any offense which
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disrupts the schools ability to deliver instruction such as:

     A.   Chronic Talking: Repeated talking in classrooms without
          permission.
     B.   Throwing Objects: Involved in the throwing of any object in
          any part of school or school grounds in such a way as to be
          disruptive and endanger anyone.
     C.   Horse playing: Engaging in conduct that disrupts the educational
          process or interferes with teaching, learning and/or the operation
          of the school.
     D.   Harassing: Engaging in any activity that afflicts mental distress,
          anguish, or agitation to another person.
     E.   Repeatedly getting out of seat without permission of school staff
          member.
     F.   Rude Noises: Making any unnecessary noise that disrupts the
          teaching and learning and/or orderly operation of the school.
     G.   Use profanity.
     H.   Disorderly Conduct.
     I.   Other: Any action that causes disruption of the school
          environment.

2. DEFIANCE OF AUTHORITY:
    A. Refusal to comply with reasonable request of school personnel
        or disobeying any general rule of school conduct.
    B. Repeatedly failing to comply with directions of teachers, student
        teachers, and/or school personnel when the student is properly
        under the authority of school personnel.

3. LACK OF CLASS PARTICIPATION/SLEEPING/UNPREPARED:
    Students are expected to come to class prepared to learn and do so
    actively upon arrival. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary
    action.
4. UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY
    A person is guilty of unlawful assembly when:
    A. He/she assembles with five or more persons for the purpose of
         engaging or preparing to engage with them, in disorderly
         behavior.
    B. Being present at an assembly, which either has or develops such
         a purpose, and he/she remains there with intent to advance that

5. WANTON ENDANGERMENT (KRS 508.060):
   A person is guilty of wanton endangerment when he/she
   wantonly engages in conduct which creates a substantial danger of
   physical injury or death to another person.
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7. FIGHTING:
Mutual Combat involving the exchange of mutual physical contact
between students by pushing, shoving, or hitting either with or without
injury. At such time a fight or assault occurs, the incident may be reported
to local law enforcement and disorderly students may be taken into
custody by local law enforcement. Students involved will be suspended
(length of time determined by Principal/Superintendent) Repeated
occurrence of fighting/assault may lead to recommendation for alternative
program or expulsion.

7. INSTIGATING OF OR INCITING A FIGHT:
Any student who urges another student or students to become involved in
a fight is guilty of instigating of or inciting a fight.

8. BULLYING/INTIMIDATION:
A person is guilty of bullying/intimidation when he/she directs physical,
verbal, or psychological aggression or harassment toward others, with the
goal of gaining power over or dominating another individual.

9. HARASSMENT (KRS 525.070):
A person is guilty of harassment when, with intent to harass, annoy or
alarm another person he/she:
     A. Strikes, shoves, kicks or otherwise subjects him/her to physical
         contact or attempts or threatens to do the same; or
     B. In a public place, makes offensively coarse utterance, gesture or
         display, or addresses abusive language to any person present;
     C. Follows a person in or about a public place or places;
     D. Engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly commits acts
         which alarm or seriously annoy such persons and which serve no
         legitimate purpose.

10. SEXUAL HARASSMENT:
Conduct and/or actions prohibited under this policy include but are not
limited to:
     A. Unwanted touching, sexual name calling, sexual jokes and
          spreading sexual rumors;
     B. Members of one gender in class being subjected to sexual
          remarks of the other gender in the context of the classroom;
     C. Impeding the progress of a student in class by questioning the
          student’s ability to do the required class work based on the
          gender of the student;
     D. Limiting the students access to educational tools, such as
          computers, based on the student’s gender; and
     E. Teasing a student’s subject choice or assignment based on the
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          gender of the student.

11. TERRORISTIC THREATENING (KRS 508.080):
A person is guilty of terroristic threatening when:
     A. He/she threatens to commit any crime likely to result in death,
         serious injury to another person, or likely to result in substantial
         property damage to another person.
     B. He/she intentionally makes false statements for the purpose of
         causing evacuation of a building, place of assembly, or facility
         of public transportation. (Bomb Threat included here)
     (Possible expulsion proceedings)

12. MENACING (KRS 508.050):
A person is guilty of menacing when he/she intentionally places another
person in reasonable apprehension of imminent physical injury.

13. AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR TOWARDS ANY SCHOOL
    EMPLOYEE:
Physical contact or threat of physical contact (with the intention of doing
bodily harm) directed toward school employees.

14. DISORDERLY CONDUCT (KRS 525.055):
When a student engages in violent, tumultuous, or threatening behavior;
makes unreasonable noise; or creates a hazardous or physically offensive
condition by any act that serves no legitimate purpose and does so with
intent to cause public inconvenience, annoyance, or alarm.

15. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY: (See Madison County Schools Code of
Acceptable Behavior and Discipline)
It should be clearly understood that academic dishonesty is not tolerated
and incidents of it will have serious consequences. Anyone who
knowingly assists in any form of academic dishonesty shall be considered
as responsible as the student who accepts such assistance and shall be
subject to the same sanctions. Academic dishonesty can occur in different
forms, some of which include cheating, plagiarism, and fabrication. All
incidents will be investigated. Violations will result in O credit for the
assignment and additional disciplinary actions. Plagiarism of writing is
considered academic dishonesty.

16. GAMBLING:
Gambling is participating in games of chance for the express purpose of
exchanging money.

17. VANDALISM/DEFACING PROPERTY:
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Vandalism is the unprovoked or willful destruction or marring of school
property or property belonging to another located on school property.
Defacing property is damaging or altering property such that it affects the
appearance but not the functionality of the property and the appearance
can be easily repaired. (Examples of Defacing include, but are not limited to
graffiti with a lead pencil or rearrangement of a bulletin board, keyboard keys, or
classroom without permission.)
In case of vandalism/defacing, whether through neglect or conscious
intent, restitution may be sought.

18. EXTORTION:
Extortion is the solicitation of money, something of value, or a promise or
commitment from another student or from a staff member in return for
protection, or in connection with a threat to inflict harm.

19. THEFT:
Theft is the taking of property of others without their consent. Possession
of stolen property may be considered theft. Theft of items with a total of
$300 or more may be considered a felony.

20. CRIMINAL TRESPASS (KRS 511.060):
A person is guilty of criminal trespass when:
     A. He/she knowingly enters or remains unlawfully in a building or
         premises on which notice against trespass is given by fencing or
         other enclosures;
     B. He/she knowingly enters or remains unlawfully in, or upon
         premises.

21. CRIMINAL USE OF NOXIOUS SUBSTANCE (KRS 512.050)
A person is guilty of criminal use of noxious substance when he
unlawfully deposits on the land, in the building, or in the vehicle of
another, any stink bomb device, or irritant with the intent to interfere with
another’s use of the land, building, or vehicle.

22. POSSESSION/TRAFFICKING OF ILLEGAL OR CONTROLLED
SUBSTANCES (NON_TOBACCO)
        A. Being present in school, or any school function, while
            under the influence of alcohol, illegal substances, or drugs
            not lawfully prescribed to the user. (The presence of an
            alcoholic beverage, including odor, on a student is
            considered a violation of the disciplinary code.)
        B. Use in any manner, while on school grounds or at any
            school function, of alcohol, illegal substances, or drugs not
            lawfully prescribed to the user.
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           C.    Possession in any manner, while on school grounds or at
                 any school function, of alcohol, illegal substances, or drugs
                 not lawfully prescribed to the user. . ―Possession of‖
                 includes items found in the locker assigned to the student,
                 in vehicles, and any other place where deposited by the
                 student.
           D.    The sale or attempted sale in any manner, while on school
                 grounds or at any school function, of: alcohol, illegal
                 substances, drugs not lawfully prescribed to the user, or
                 ―fake drugs‖ (substances/pills appearing, represented, or
                 presented as an illegal or mind-altering drugs).
           E.    Illegal substances include, but are not limited to: inhalants,
                 dangerous drugs, narcotics, marijuana, barbiturates,
                 amphetamines, butane, anabolic steroids and other material
                 that has a mind altering, harmful or unnatural effect on the
                 person using them.

23. TOBACCO VIOLATION: Students shall not possess, use, or
distribute tobacco products on BMCMS campus or while participating in
any school sponsored activity. Smoking in school is a violation of the
Clean Indoor Air Regulation (MCHR 700.000) punishable by a fine not
exceeding $50 (MCHR 700.802). Possession of tobacco products by an
individual under the age of 18 is a violation of KRS 438.311. BMCMS
has the right to search a student if reasonable suspicion of smoking has
been established. Disciplinary actions will be taken for all violations and
repeat offenders may face charges for violation of local ordinances and
Kentucky Revised Statutes.

24. ARSON (or attempted arson) KRS 513.010:
Starting or attempting to start a fire within the school or on the school
grounds for any purpose that results in destruction or disruption.

25. FALSE FIRE ALARM:
Pulling, engaging, or otherwise alarming a fire alarm when there is no
reasonable or eminent danger of a fire is a serious violation.

26. UNAUTHORIZED USE OF TELECOMMUNICATION DEVICE:
Cell phones, pagers, and other types of telecommunication devices must
not be handled, used, or heard during the instructional day. If one of these
devices is seen being handled, used in any way, heard, or is otherwise a
distraction, it will be confiscated immediately and the student will receive
a disciplinary consequence. 1st offense the confiscated phone is returned to the
student at the end of the day. 2nd offense the confiscated phone is returned to
parent/guardian. 3rd/4th offense the phone will be confiscated and student will serve
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a detention or ISD before the phone is returned to parent/guardian. 5th offense the
phone may be confiscated and held until the end of the school year.

Any student found to be in possession of a phone that is used in any way,
handled, or heard while in that person’s possession, regardless of who
might own the phone, is in violation of BMCMS disciplinary policy. The
person possessing/using the device at the time of the violation and the
owner of the phone will receive disciplinary action for violating and/or not
securing their phone in compliance with this policy. Students must keep
their own telecommunication devices secure at all times. No student
should be in possession of a telecommunication device belonging to
another student.

27. PUBLIC DISPLAY OF AFFECTION:
    A. Kissing and/or petting/ inappropriate touching is strictly
       prohibited.
    B. Holding hands is acceptable.

28. USE/POSSESSION OF WEAPONS:
The use or possession of a dangerous instrument or deadly weapon is
prohibited at BMCMS ―Dangerous instrument‖ means any instrument,
including parts of the human body when a serious physical injury is a
direct result of the use of that part of the human body, article, or substance
which, under the circumstances in which it is used, attempted to be used,
or threatened to be used, is readily capable of causing death or physical
injury; ―Deadly Weapon‖ means:
      A. Any weapon from which a shot, readily capable of producing
           death or serious physical injury, may be discharged;
      B. Any knife other than an ordinary pocket knife or hunting knife;
      C. Billy, nightstick or club;
      D. Blackjack or slapjack;
      E. Nunchaku karate sticks;
      F. Shuriken or death star; or
      G. Artificial knuckles made from metal, plastic, or other similar
           hard material;
(All items will be confiscated and parent may pick them up unless the
items will be used as evidence in a hearing or court procedures)

This policy applies to students, staff members, and visitors to the school.
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF WEAPONS ON SCHOOL PROPERTY
IN KENTUCKY IS A FELONY PUNISHABLE BY A MAXIMUM OF
FIVE (5) YEARS IN PRISON AND A TEN THOUSAND DOLLAR
($10,000.00) FINE. The above criminal penalty shall not apply to those
persons listed in KRS 527.070 (3).
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29. POSSESSION OF A PROHIBITED ARTICLE:
Articles such as the following are prohibited at school: a knife of any
kind, water devices, and electronic gaming devices. Possession of
electronic devices (such as radios, tape recorders, paging devices, portable
phones, MP3 players, CD players, and text messenger devices) without
administrative permission is considered a violation. These articles will be
taken from the student and returned to the parent.

30. SKIPPING:
Not coming to class or school when scheduled.

31. LEAVING CAMPUS WITHOUT PERMISSION:
No student is to leave campus during the school day without permission.

32. BEING IN AN UNAUTHORIZED AREA: No student is to be in any
area of campus (other than their assigned classroom) without proper
permission.

33. HALL PASS VIOLATION:
Students are not permitted in the halls or during class periods unless they
are accompanied by a teacher or have a hall pass signed from an
authorized staff member. Verbal permission is not acceptable.

35. BACKPACK/BOOK BAGS/DUFFEL BAGS VIOLATION
Only mesh and/or clear backpacks may be used. Any bag large enough to
conceal a standard two-inch 3 ring binder is prohibited. The school
personnel reserve the right to inspect any backpack/bag that gives the
indication of containing contraband or suspicious items. Violations of this
regulation will result in confiscation of illegal backpack/bag. Any
extracurricular carrying bags of any kind must be secured before school.
Coaches and sponsors must organize the care of these bags.

36. SEXUAL ACTIVITY: Sexual contact and inappropriate sexual
activity (KRS 510.010) (KRS 510.070) are strictly prohibited on campus
or school on school property at all times.

37. INDECENT EXPOSURE
Intentional exposure of part of one’s body under circumstances in which he
knows or should know that his/her conduct is likely to cause affront or alarm
to a person. (This includes ―mooning‖)




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38. CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY
A person having the intention of promoting or facilitating the commission of a
crime is guilty of criminal conspiracy when he:
(a) Agrees with one (1) or more persons that at least one (1) of them will
engage in conduct constituting that crime or an attempt or solicitation to
commit such a crime; OR
(b) Agrees to aid one or more persons in the planning or commission of that
crime or an attempt or solicitation to commit such a crime.

39. USE/POSSESSION OF SMALL EXPLOSIVES: Possession of
firecrackers or any small explosive device including caps and snapper pops or
discharging firecrackers and/or small explosives.

40. POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY: (KRS 514.110) Receiving,
retaining, or disposing of property on another knowing that it has been stolen
or having reason to believe that it has been stolen

41. MISREPRESENTATION: Misrepresentation is defined as:
A. Altering Notes: Tampering with official notes in any manner including
forging names to any legitimate excuses or related documents.
B. False Information: Making false statements, written or oral, to any one in
authority.
C. Other Passing of any false statements, information including name to any
one in authority.

42. DISRESPECTFUL TO SCHOOL PERSONNEL: The following actions
are considered disrespectful:
A. Walking Away: Leaving while staff member is talking to you.
B. Talking Back: Responding orally in a rude and disrespectful manner to a
staff member.
C. Other: Any response that demonstrates a disrespectful manner.




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Behavior interventions will be at to
the discretion of the teachers and
principals of B. Michael Caudill
Middle school. It is our desire to
work with students and parents to        Team/Teacher
instill positive behavior in our
students.                                Decision                       Administrative Decision
                                                                                                    Level 2 Options
                                                                                                    After School
                                                             Level 2                      Level 2   Detention,
                                         Level 1             Office     Level 2 Options   Options   Suspension,
Incident                                 Team Intervention   Referral   PASS Program      ISS       Expulsion         Other Information
Backpack/Bag Violation                   X
                                                                                                                      Level of severity may increase
Bullying/ Harassment                                         X
                                                                                                                      consequence

                                                                                                                      1st offense: confiscated and student can
                                                                                                                      pick up at end of day. 2nd offense:
                                                                                                                      confiscated and parents must pick up
Cell Phone/Electronic Device Violation   X                   X
                                                                                                                      phone. 3rd offense: confiscated and not
                                                                                                                      returned until student serves detention,
                                                                                                                      then must be picked up by parent


                                                                                                                      Cheater and person allowing cheating both
Cheating                                 X
                                                                                                                      receive zeros on assignment

                                                                                                                      Level to be determined by administration
Dangerous Instrument                                         X
                                                                                                                      based on actual use and potential harm

Defiance of Authority                    X                   X                                                        Level depends on severity of behavior


Disrespectful to other students          X                   X


Disruptive classroom behavior            X                   X

                                                                                                                      Must also change into dress code
Dress Code violation                     X                   X
                                                                                                                      appropriate attire


Instigating a fight                      X                   X


                                                                                                                      Consequence depends on the severity of
Fighting                                                     X
                                                                                                                      behavior

Food (inappropriate use of)              X                   X


Forging a note/document                  X                   X

Hall conduct violation                   X                   X

Hall pass violation                      X                   X

Unauthorized videotaping                                     X                                                        Receives same consequences as fighting

Leaving campus without authorization                         X


Locker violation                         X                   X


Physical contact (inappropriate)         X                   X

Plagiarism                               X                   X

Profanity towards a teacher                                  X




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Profanity, abusive, or offensive language or
                                                       X
gestures (not towards teacher)
Public displays of affection/Inappropriate
                                                   X   X
sexual or physical conduct

Refusing to participate/sleeping                   X   X


                                                                Level depend on severity of violation and
Safety violations                                  X   X
                                                                degree of safety violated


Sexual harassment                                      X        May also be referred to counseling

Skipping Class **                                  X   X

Skipping School                                        X


Stealing                                               X


Tardy                                              X   X

                                                                May vary depending on severity. Students
Technology (inappropriate use of)                  X   X
                                                                may lose technology rights based on AUP.

                                                                Depends on severity. Repeated violations
Threat/Intimidation                                    X        may result in recommendation for PASS
                                                                program or Alternative School.
Throwing of Objects                                X   X

Tobacco Products (possession or use)                   X

Unauthorized area without supervision              X   X

Unprepared for class                               X   X

                                                                Students will be required to make restitution
Vandalism (major)                                      X
                                                                or clean when needed.

                                                                Students will be required to make restitution
Vandalism (minor)                                      X
                                                                or clean when needed.

Water device (possession/use of)                   X   X

Weapon (possession/not deadly)                         X        May be increased based on severity.
*An attempt to contact parents will be made
for all violations resulting in detention,
Saturday school or suspension                      X   X
The following incidents constitutes immediate
Alternative School/Day Treatment Referral,
Expulsion, and/or involvement                          X
of local authorities may be used in conjunction
with out of school suspension:                         X

Arson                                                  X

Bomb Threat                                            X

Conspiracy to commit criminal acts                     X

Extortion                                              X

False fire alarm                                       X
Possession, use or sale of illegal or controlled
substances, drugs or alcohol                           X

Possession of a deadly weapon                          X

Indecent exposure                                      X

Terroristic threatening                                X

Use or sale of any explosives                          X

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             MADISON COUNTY CODE OF
        ACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR AND DISCIPLINE

                          Mission Statement
The Madison County School District, in partnership with the community,
is committed to providing all students quality education that inspires
individual excellence.
                               Introduction
The Board of Education requires high standards of personal conduct from
each student in order to promote respect for the rights of others and to
accomplish the purposes of the schools. The Board also requires
compliance with established standards and rules of the district and the
laws of the community, state and nation.

The central purpose of the school system is to educate each student to the
highest level possible. To support the success of the educational program,
the Board directs employees to hold each student accountable to Code
standards in a fair manner. Compliance with the standards is necessary to
provide:
       Orderly operation of the schools,
       A safe environment for students, district employees and visitors to
       the schools,
       Opportunities for students to achieve at a high academic level in a
       productive learning environment,
       Assistance for students at risk of failure or of engaging in
       disruptive behavior,
       Regular attendance of students, and
       Protection of property.

This code applies to all students in the District while at school, on their
way to and from school, while on the bus or other District vehicle, and
while they are participating in school-sponsored trips and activities. The
Superintendent is responsible for its implementation and application
throughout the District. The Principal is responsible for administration
and implementation of this Code with the school in a uniform and fair
manner without partiality or discrimination.

Each school/council must select and implement appropriate discipline and
classroom management techniques necessary to carry out this Code and
shall provide a list of the school's rules and discipline procedures in the
school handbook.

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This Code establishes minimum behavior standards. Recognizing that
each school, grade or class may require special provisions, school
councils, administrators and teachers have full authority to make rules to
enforce these standards in keeping with their areas of responsibility.

Anyone who has knowledge of a plan to commit an act of serious
misconduct, as defined in this Code, shall report this information to
the teacher, principal, other staff member or a law enforcement
official.
                                 STANDARDS
The Board expects employees, students, parents/guardians and others
associated with the schools to apply the following standards in a
reasonable and fair manner:
     A professionally planned and positive school atmosphere is necessary
     for academic progress and a safe environment. Therefore students
     shall not interfere with the orderly environment of the school or
     school activity.
     Regular and punctual school attendance is both a privilege and a
     responsibility of the student. Good attendance is necessary to
     satisfactory progress and high academic achievement.
     Students shall exercise self-control as required by the particular
     situation and in keeping with school and district rules, or be subject
     to removal from the regular classroom setting or transportation
     system. In addition, a student may be barred from participating in
     extra-curricular activities, pending investigation that he/she has
     violated either the District's behavior standards or the school council's
     criteria for participation.
     School property belongs to the community and the state. It must be
     protected and preserved for educational and community use.
     Therefore, students shall respect school property and the property of
     others.
     Students shall work cooperatively and productively with each other
     and with school personnel in a manner that is consistent with
     standards of respect and courtesy.

                           Academic Integrity
Academic integrity is a fundamental value for the Madison County School
System. It should be clearly understood that academic dishonesty is not
tolerated and incidents of it will have serious consequences. Anyone who
knowingly assists in any form of academic dishonesty shall be considered
as responsible as the student who accepts such assistance and shall be

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subject to the same sanctions. Academic dishonesty can occur in different
forms, some of which include cheating, plagiarism, and fabrication. Each
school will develop policies to communicate and respond to instances
where there is a lack of academic integrity. In each school’s handbook,
the repercussions of a breach in academic integrity will be addressed and
communicated with students.

Forms of Academic Dishonesty:

Cheating: Cheating is an act or an attempted act of deception by which a
student seeks to misrepresent that he/she has mastered information on an
academic exercise. Cheating includes, but is not limited to:
- Giving or receiving assistance not authorized by the teacher; -
Participating in unauthorized collaboration on an academic exercise;
- Using unapproved or misusing electronic devices or aids during an
academic exercise.

Plagiarism : Plagiarism occurs when a student represents work taken
from another source as his/her own. It is imperative that a student gives
credit to information, words, ideas, and images that are integrated into
his/her own work. Acknowledgement of a source of information in any
form should consist of complete, accurate, and specific references and, if
verbatim statements are included, quotation marks as well. Examples of
plagiarism include, but are not limited to:

- Using words, ideas, or images from another source (including the
Internet); whether in quotation marks or not, without giving credit to that
source in the form of a bibliographic citation;
- Facts, statistics, or other supporting materials that are not clearly
common knowledge without acknowledgment of the source.

Fabrication : Fabrication is a form of deception and occurs when a
student misrepresents written or verbal information in an academic
exercise. Fabrication includes, but is not limited to :

- Citation of information not taken from the source indicated. This may
include the incorrect documentation of secondary source materials;
- Listing sources in a bibliography not directly used in the academic
exercise;
- Submission in a paper, thesis, lab report, practicum log, or other
academic exercise of falsified, invented, or fictitious data or evidence, or
deliberate and knowing concealment or distortion of the true nature,
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origin, or function of such data or evidence;
- Submitting as your own any academic exercise (verbal, written,
electronic, or artistic work) prepared totally or in part by another person.


 PROHIBITED STUDENT BEHAVIOR DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS,
                PROCEDURES, AND PUNISHMENTS
The purpose of this section is to set forth prohibited school behavior and
to state in general terms the disciplinary actions and procedures
established to deal with violations in a manner designed to effectuate the
philosophy of discipline within this code.

         PROHIBITED STUDENT BEHAVIOR/LEVELS OF
          MISCONDUCT/ DISCIPLINARY RESPONSES/
                PROCEDURES/PUNISHMENTS

                       MINOR MISCONDUCT
Minor misbehavior on the part of the student which impedes orderly
classroom procedures, affects the student's academic progress or interferes
with the orderly operation of the school is classified as minor misconduct.
Examples include but are not limited to: disorderly conduct which disrupts
the learning process of the classroom or school, absenteeism, tardiness,
use of abusive language, defiance of authority and insubordination.

DISCIPLINARY RESPONSES:
Minor misconduct calls for immediate intervention by the teacher or staff
member who observes the behavior. If necessary, the student may be
referred to the principal for appropriate discipline. A record of the offense
and disciplinary action taken shall be maintained.

1) Conference - This may be an informal talk or a more formal meeting
depending upon the nature of the misconduct. The purpose is to correct
the misbehavior.

2) Parental Involvement - The misconduct may require that school
personnel inform the student's parents to request their assistance and
participation in resolving the misconduct. School personnel should not
hesitate to involve parents when confronted with disciplinary code
violations.
     Punishments:
     1) Verbal Reprimand / Warning
     2) Special Assignment
     3) Withdrawal of privileges
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     4) Time-out room
     5) Saturday School
     6) Other punishment in discretion of teacher/principal. (Suspension
        not permitted).
Punishment may be imposed by the teacher, staff member or the principal.

                  INTERMEDIATE MISCONDUCT
Acts directed against persons or property or acts which disrupt the
learning process of the school or classroom but whose consequences do
not seriously endanger the health or safety of others in the school.
Examples include but are not limited to the following: fighting between or
among students, minor damage to school property, minor theft, threats of a
minor nature, vulgarity, profanity, defiance of authority, persistent minor
misconduct, disruptive apparel, disorderly conduct, violation of state law.

DISCIPLINARY RESPONSES:
Intermediate misconduct calls for the teacher, staff member or principal to
investigate the offense and take appropriate disciplinary action. A record
of the offense and disciplinary action taken shall be maintained.
1) Conference
2) Parental Involvement

PUNISHMENTS:
Same as minor misconduct;
Suspension (Principals may suspend up to five (5) days and the
Superintendent may add an additional (5) days for a total of ten (10)
days per incident.)

Consequences may be imposed by the teacher, staff member, principal,
superintendent. Suspensions may only be imposed by the principal or the
superintendent.

                       SERIOUS MISCONDUCT
            The following shall constitute serious misconduct:
     Willful disobedience or defiance of authority
     Use of profanity or vulgarity
     Assault or battery or abuse of other students or school personnel
     The threat of force or violence
     The use, possession or trafficking in alcohol, drugs or other
     controlled substances
     Stealing, destroying or defacing school property or personal property
     of students
     The possession or use of weapons or dangerous instruments

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     Incidents requiring the removal of violent/threatening students from
     the classroom, school, or transportation system (KRS 158.150 (3)
     Other incorrigible conduct
     Violation of State Law

DISCIPLINARY RESPONSES:
The teacher or staff member who witnesses an incident of serious
misconduct or to whom a report of serious misconduct is made shall
inform the principal of the allegation. The principal, together with
involved school personnel, shall investigate the incident and shall make a
written report as to the findings of their investigation. As required by state
law, they shall immediately notify the appropriate law enforcement agency
of the incident and their findings.

          assault resulting in serious physical injury;
          a sexual offense;
          kidnapping;
          assault involving the use of a weapon;
          possession of a firearm in violation of the law;
          possession of a controlled substance in violation of the law; or
          damage to school property.

To the extent authorized by state law, and as is necessary to assure the
safety of the students and staff, school personnel may immediately remove
or cause to be removed threatening or violent students from the classroom,
school or district transportation system. This removal shall be effective
pending further disciplinary action that may be taken by the school
district. The due process procedures set forth in this code shall be
implemented. Threatening or violent behavior shall include, but not be
limited to: statements, gestures or other conduct, including assault or
battery, by a student which evidences an intent to cause harm to
themselves, others or property. Incidents requiring the removal of
students shall be considered acts of serious misconduct. Each school shall
designate the site to which students may be removed and the employees
who will supervise a student.

PUNISHMENTS:
Same as minor misconduct;
    Referral to Day Treatment School;
    Suspension;
    Expulsion (requires a Board Hearing).


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Punishment for serious misconduct may be imposed only by the principal,
superintendent or the Board of Education.

In cases involving the suspension or expulsion of a student, the provisions
of KRS 158.150 shall be followed. In particular, this code mandates that a
student who is determined by the Board of Education, after a hearing, to
have brought a weapon, as defined in section 921 of Title 18, United
States Code, onto school property shall be expelled for a period of not less
than one (1) year. The Board may expel a student who has been
determined to have possessed prescription drugs or controlled substances
for the purpose of sale or distribution on school property or to have
assaulted, battered or abused educational personnel or other students.
School property includes any real property owned by the school district
and any school district vehicle or other vehicle being used to transport
students on school-related business or activities. Controlled substances
are all substances referenced and included in Chapter 218A of the
Kentucky Revised Statutes including counterfeit, simulates or "look
alike" substances.


                    DUE PROCESS PROCEDURES
Students have the following procedural due process rights:

In cases involving minor or intermediate misconduct:
1) The student shall be given notice of the charge.
2) If the student denies the charge, he or she shall be given an
     explanation of the evidence against the student.
3) Prior to any decision, the student shall be given an opportunity to
     present his version of the facts concerning the alleged misconduct.

In cases involving serious misconduct:

In the following instances the Board of Education shall hold a hearing for
any student alleged to have committed an act of serious misconduct: an
assault upon a student, teacher or other school personnel involving serious
physical injury; trafficking in controlled substances; the possession or use
of weapons. Serious physical injury is defined as physical injury which
creates a substantial risk of death, or which causes serious and prolonged
disfigurement, prolonged impairment of health, or prolonged loss or
impairment of the function of any bodily organ. For all other allegations
of serious misconduct, the principal may refer the student to the
Board of Education for a student Disciplinary Hearing.
The due process procedures which shall be followed for Board of
Education disciplinary hearings are:
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     Written notice of charge;
     Written notice of the date, time and place of the hearing;
     Opportunity to prepare for the hearing;
     Opportunity to learn the nature and details of the charge;
     Opportunity to interview witnesses and examine evidence;
     Opportunity to have the assistance of counsel at the hearing;
     Opportunity to present a defense, including the subpoenaing and
     calling of witness;
     Opportunity to cross-examine witnesses and make statements to the
     Board;
     Opportunity to appeal any final decision of the Board.

In all cases involving the suspension or expulsion of a student, the
requirements of KRS 158.150 shall be complied with by school district
personnel. Suspension of primary school students shall be considered
only in exceptional cases when there are safety issues for the child or
others.
                            GRIEVANCES
Students and parents wishing to express an educational concern or
grievance shall observe the following order of appeal:
   1. Teacher;
   2. Principal;
   3. School council, where appropriate;
   4. Superintendent;
   5. Board.

Information on filing a formal complaint or grievance is available at each
school and at the Central Office.

                   STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
State and federal law requires reasonable accommodations for students
with disabilities.

                        SEARCH AND SEIZURE
Students have the right to be secure from unreasonable searches of their
person and property. However, school authorities are authorized to search
a student if they have reasonable suspicion that the search will reveal
evidence that the student has violated or is violating this Code or a school
rule or the law. Also, school authorities may conduct general inspections
of jointly held property on a regular basis. All searches will be conducted
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Students cannot expect to have complete privacy in their use of school
property assigned for their use, such as desks and lockers.

                        PHYSICAL RESTRAINT
Employees are authorized by law to physically restrain students as
necessary for the following reasons: to protect themselves, students, or
others from physical injury; to get possession of a weapon or other
dangerous object; or to protect property from serious harm.

                        CORPORAL PUNISHMENT
The Board does not permit use of corporal punishment as a disciplinary
technique.
               STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION
The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of age, color,
disability, parental status, marital status, race, national origin, religion,
sex, or veteran status in the programs, activities and services it provides,
as required by law.

Individuals who have questions concerning compliance with this
requirement should contact Clara Parrish at the board of Education’s
Central Office.

                      INTERVIEWING STUDENTS
When it is alleged that a student has committed a criminal offense, is a
witness to a criminal offense or has information material to a criminal
investigation and law enforcement officers, or court-designated workers
(CDW), come to school requesting to interview a student, the principal,
while attempting to assist with legitimate criminal investigations, shall
protect the student’s rights and see that any discussions or interviews with
a student are conducted under circumstances that minimize the disruption
to the student’s attendance in class. In carrying out this policy, it shall be
the principal’s decision as to whether a student will be asked to answer
questions and in making this decision, the principal shall consider the
following factors:
1. the seriousness of the offense;
2. whether the student is a suspect or a witness;
3. whether the crime was committed on or off school property;
4. the information that the peace officer or CDW believes the student
     has;
5. the difficulty the officer or CDW will have in interviewing the
     student off school property and the possible consequences this will
     have for the investigation;


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6.   the effect the interview may have upon the student and the need for
     parental approval;
7.   the disruption the interview will have upon the student’s attendance
     in class.

If the principal decides that based upon a consideration of these factors, it
would be appropriate for the student to be interviewed the principal shall
follow these procedures:
a. ADULT STUDENTS -- If the student is an adult (18 years of age or
      over), the student shall be informed of the request and the student
      may decide whether or not he or she wishes to comply with the
      request. The decision shall be the student’s. Prior to any interview,
      the principal shall attempt to notify the student’s parent. If unable to
      notify a parent, the principal shall attempt to notify a relative or other
      adult so that a parent can be notified. In the event the student agrees
      to be questioned, the principal shall attend the questioning. A
      memorandum noting the interview shall be kept by the principal.
      Attempts to notify a parent or other adult shall be documented by the
      principal.
b. JUVENILE STUDENT – If the student is a juvenile, the principal
      shall notify the student’s parent of the request. If unable to notify a
      parent, the principal shall attempt to notify a relative or other adult so
      that a parent can be notified. Once notified, the decision of whether to
      permit the student to be interviewed shall be made by the student and
      the parent. The parent may elect to come to school and attend the
      interview or may authorize the principal to attend the interview on
      behalf of the parent. If a parent cannot be notified, the principal shall
      determine whether the student may be interviewed using the factors
      set forth above. Attempts to notify a parent or other adult shall be
      documented by the principal.
c. Nothing in this policy shall be interpreted to mean that students shall
      be forced to answer questions and in the event the principal
      concludes that the interview has become coercive or improperly
      intimidating to the student, he or shall may terminate the interview.
d. EMERGENCY SITUATIONS – In emergency situations involving
      matters of public safety, the principal may determine that officers
      will be permitted to interview a student even though the student’s
      parent has not been notified.
e. SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS – It is the intention of this policy
      that school resource officers shall be authorized to carry out their
      responsibilities in providing security for the schools and in taking
      whatever law enforcement actions are necessary pursuant to
      agreements executed by the school district and the municipality

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     providing the officers. Nothing in this policy should be interpreted to
     give a principal any control over any criminal investigation.


           SERVICE OF COURT-RELATED DOCUMENTS
School personnel shall assist law enforcement or court personnel who
come onto school property for the purpose of serving court-related
documents such as summonses, subpoenas, or other documents. The
principal shall use his or her discretion in facilitating service of these
documents in a manner that causes the least disruption to the students’
education.
If custodial arrest is involved, the principal will request that all procedural
safeguards, as prescribed by law, will be observed by the law enforcement
officials.

                   SUSPENSION AND EXPULSION
SUSPENSION
In accordance with KRS 158.150, the principal or assistant principal may
suspend a pupil up to a maximum of five (5) days per incident.
The Superintendent may suspend a pupil up to a maximum of ten (10)
days per incident or until the Board of Education meets to consider the
charges.

A pupil shall not be suspended until due process procedures have been
provided as described in KRS 158.150 unless immediate suspension is
essential to protect persons or property or to avoid disruption of the
educational process. In such cases, due process shall follow the suspension
as soon as practicable, but no later than three (3) school days after the
suspension.

The principal or assistant principal shall report any suspension in writing
immediately to the Superintendent and to the parent of the pupil being
suspended. The written report shall include the reason for suspension, the
length of time of the suspensions, and the conditions for reinstatement.

In cases, which involve special needs students, the procedures mandated
by federal and state law for handicapped students shall be followed.



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When suspended, the student is not allowed on school grounds or at any
school sponsored events.

EXPULSION
Expulsion is the most serious penalty that Board of Education can impose.
Since expulsion involves the termination of a student’s educational rights,
our Board of Education is reluctant to use expulsion as a disciplinary
method. Clearly, some conduct especially that which proves a serious or
immediate threat to the safety or well being of students or staff, requires
the removal of the offender from the school.

The Board may expel any pupil for misconduct as defined in KRS
158.150, subsection (1). KRS 158.150 provides as follows: All pupils
admitted to the common schools shall comply with the lawful regulations
for the government of schools. Willful disobedience or defiance of the
authority of the teachers or administrators, use of profanity or vulgarity,
assault or battery or abuse of other students or school personnel, the threat
of force or violence, the use or possession of alcohol or drugs, stealing or
destruction or defacing of school property or personal property, the
carrying or use of weapons or dangerous instruments, or other incorrigible
bad conduct on school property as well as off school property at school
sponsored activities constitutes cause for suspension or expulsion from
school.

When serious violations of the discipline code occur, or a student
continues to violate the code, they may be referred to the Madison County
Board of Education for a Discipline Hearing. The board will determine if
the charges brought against the student are true and assess punishment,
which could include expulsion from the Madison County school system.
If a student is referred to the Madison County Board of Education for a
hearing, the Superintendent shall notify the parent and the student of their
rights and the date and place of the hearing.

In cases, which involve handicapped students, the procedures mandated by
federal and state law for handicapped students shall be followed.




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                      SPECIAL EDUCATION
PROCEDURES
The behavior of exceptional (special education) students and students who
have been referred for evaluation for possible special education placement
and/or related services will be considered during the initial Admissions
and Release Committee (ARC) meeting. Behavioral interventions,
treatment and consequences will become a part of the Individual
Education Plan for that student. Should these interventions prove
unsuccessful, as evidenced by misconduct of the student, the issue will be
brought to the appropriate ARC to make changes in the student’s program
which might result in more appropriate behaviors. All cases dealing with
Special Education shall be handled with the Special Education
Coordinator.

A special needs child may be suspended temporarily without the special
education change of placement procedures. A special needs child may be
expelled only if appropriate ARC procedures are followed with a
committee determination that the child’s disruptive behavior was not a
result of the handicapping condition.
A special needs child may NOT be expelled if the committee determines
that the child’s disruptive behavior was a result of the handicapping
condition.

Even if the child is expelled through the appropriate procedures, there will
NOT be a complete cessation of educational services. Therefore, if a
special needs child is expelled, alternative services such as homebound
instruction will be provided.

SUSPENSION OF SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS
Due process procedures as outlined in the Madison School District Policy
Manual will be followed when suspension is necessary to protect person
or property or to avoid disruption of the ongoing academic process.

The student may then be suspended for up to five (5) days per discipline
event. If student is suspended for more than 9 days an ARC must be
convened. The ARC shall determine whether the disciplinary problem is
related to the student’s handicapping condition.

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a.   If the discipline problem is determined to be related to the
     handicapping condition, the ARC must consider the appropriateness
     of the placement and/or the IEP.
b.   If the discipline problem is determined to be unrelated to the
     handicapping condition, the ARC submits its findings and returns the
     case to the principal.

EXPULSION OF SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS
The Admissions and Release Committee (ARC) shall convene prior to
expulsion by the Board of Education of any special education student.
The committee shall consist of the Superintendent or his designee, parent,
special educator, and possible support persons. Parents shall be informed
of their rights. Parents have the right to request a hearing. The student
shall remain in his present program until a decision is reached.
The ARC shall consider the following items:
1. Whether or not the placement and IEP are appropriate and the IEP is
     being fully implemented. This should be documented.
2. Whether or not the student’s handicapping condition is the basis of
     the discipline problems. If the ARC concludes that the placement is
     appropriate, an appropriate IEP is being implemented, and the
     handicapping condition is not the basis of the student’s inappropriate
     behavior, these determinations shall be given to the Superintendent
     and Board of Education. The ARC is limited to making the above
     written determinations. It is not the role of the ARC to recommend
     expulsion.

If the student’s placement of IEP is inappropriate, changes should be
implemented immediately that might result in more appropriate behavior.
The ARC should state the findings and remedies in the written
determination. If the student’s handicapping condition is found to be the
basis of the discipline problem, the ARC should so state in its written
determination. Again in this instance, expulsion would be inappropriate
and the ARC would need to consider changes in the student’s program that
might result in a more appropriate behavior.




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                        PROHIBITED ARTICLES
Problems arise each year because students have articles which are
hazardous to the safety of others, or interfere in some way with school
procedure. It is now against the law to possess a firearm or deadly weapon
on school property. A firearm is defined as ―any weapon which will expel
a projectile by the action of an explosive.‖ KRS 527.010 (2). A deadly
weapon means ―any weapon from which a shot, readily capable of
producing death or other serious physical injury, may be discharged; any
knife, billy, nightstick or club; blackjack or slapjack, nunchaku karate
sticks; shuriken or death star or artificial knuckles made from metal,
plastic or other similar hard material. KRS 500.080.

According to KRS 500.080, pocket knives are not specifically defined
as deadly weapon, but they will not be permitted at school. If found
on school property they will be taken and not returned.

Other articles prohibited are water devices, radios, tape recorders,
video games, music “boxes”, electronic music devices, radios,
earphones, pornography, or drug-related magazines.         Also, no
skateboards, skates, roller blades, motorcycles, and bicycles are
allowed to be used on campus.

Unlawful possession of a deadly weapon on school property is a class D
felony, punishable by 1 to 5 years imprisonment and a fine of up to
$10,000. Items classified as deadly weapons will be taken from
student and will not be returned.

                         PEST MANAGEMENT
The Madison County Board of Education has implemented a program of
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in order to control pests in a way that
minimizes economic, health and environmental risks. All individuals
applying pesticides will be properly certified in keeping with applicable
legal requirements. If you wish to be notified 25 hours in advance of
planned pesticide application or as soon as possible when an emergency
application is necessary, please register at the front office of the school
your child is attending. Employees assigned to a non-school work site
may register at the Central Office.



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   POSSESSION OF TELECOMMUNICATION DEVICES
While on school property or while attending school-sponsored or school-
related activities, whether on or off school property, students shall be
permitted to possess and use personal telecommunications devices as
defined by law, provided they observe the following conditions:
1. Devices shall not be used in a manner that disrupts the educational
      process. Unless an emergency situation exists that involves
      imminent physical danger or a certified employee authorizes the
      student to do otherwise, devices shall be turned on and operated
      only before and after the regular school day.
2. When students violate this prohibition, they shall be subject to
      disciplinary action, including losing the privilege of bringing the
      device onto school property. In addition, an administrator may
      confiscate the device, which shall only be returned to the student’s
      parent/guardian.
3. Students are responsible for keeping up with devices they bring to
      school. The District shall not be responsible for loss, theft, or
      destruction of devices brought onto school property.
4. Students shall comply with any additional rules developed by the
      school concerning appropriate use of telecommunication devices.
5. Students shall not utilize a telecommunication or similar electronic
      device in a manner that would violate the District’s Acceptable Use
      policy or procedures or its’ Code of Acceptable Behavior and
      Discipline.

Notice of this policy and penalties for violating it shall be published
annually in the District’s Code of Acceptable Behavior and Discipline.
Reference: KRS 158.165 Related Policies: 09.426 and 09.438

                   DAY TREATMENT CENTER
It is the philosophy and intent of the Madison County Board of Education
to provide an education for all youth in the Madison County School
District. If the youth’s behavior in school is assessed to be detrimental to
their own educational needs or the needs of others; the Madison County
Board of Education has made available the following resource:

Madison County Day Treatment Program is a specialized treatment and
educational Program for both male and female youth, ages twelve (12)
through age seventeen (17), who present problems of pre-delinquent or
delinquent behavior, family dysfunction, and are having difficulty in
school. Youth with no pending or past delinquent charges are also
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It is understood by the Madison County Board of Education that each
student has unique needs, and to respond to those needs, the Madison
County Board of Education has developed different levels of care. A
student will be placed in the appropriate level of treatment based on the
least restrictive environment for that student. There are several methods in
which a student can be placed outside of their School of Enrollment. It
should also be noted that the parents or guardians retain the right to
request a hearing before the Madison County Board of Education at any
time during the delivery of Services.

REFERRAL PROCESS
School of Enrollment Referral
If a student is referred by the School of Enrollment which includes all
middle and high schools in the Madison County School System, the levels
of care and structure will proceed as follows:
    1. School of Enrollment
    2. Madison County Day Treatment Program
    3. Madison County Board of Education disciplinary hearing

The following options will be given to each student at each level of care:
1. School of Enrollment:
     If the student exhibits behavior problems, the School of Enrollment
     may suspend, place in Time-Out place in a SAFE room, or other
     measures relevant to that school and their Discipline Code. If the
     student continues to misbehave, the School of Enrollment will refer
     to the most appropriate level of care. The Madison County Day
     Treatment Program or a Madison County Board of Education
     disciplinary hearing may be considered. If one level of care is
     deemed inappropriate at that time, it will be understood that the
     bypassed option will no longer be considered at a later date. This
     will be documented by the School of Enrollment. If in-school
     disciplinary measures are successful no referral will be made.
2. Madison County Day Treatment Program:
     Once placed in Day Treatment the student has two (2) options:
     a. Successfully complete the program and return to School of
          Enrollment.
     b. Persist in negative behavior which warrants a Madison County
          Board of Education hearing.




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OTHER REFERRAL SOURCES
If a student is referred by an outside source which may include parent(s),
the Department for Social Services, Madison Juvenile Court or any other
possible source; the level of care and structure will vary from that of the
School of Enrollment referral. However, it is desired that the level of care
remain consistent with the before mentioned School of Enrollment referral
process.
In these unique situations, a student shall be referred directly to The
Madison County Day Treatment Program. When the referral is made, the
following are options:
1. The Madison County Day Treatment Program admits a student and
      that student successfully completes the program and returns to the
      School of Enrollment.
2. The Madison County Day Treatment Program admits a student and
      that student fails to successfully complete the program. The student
      then returns to the School of Enrollment. (This option will only be
      used when the student has not had previous or current behavior or
      problems in the school.)
3. The Madison County Day Treatment Program does not admit the
      student and suggests a more appropriate level of care to the referral
      source.

It should be understood that if a student who has been referred by an
outside source and has been denied admission to the Madison County Day
Treatment Program, then that student will continue to attend their School
of Enrollment while the outside referral source finds other options.


         HARASSMENT/ DISCRIMINATION POLICY
DEFINITION
Harassment/Discrimination is intimidation by threats of or actual physical
violence; the creation, by whatever means, of a climate of hostility, or
intimidation, or the use of language, conduct, or symbols in such manner
as to be commonly understood to convey hatred, contempt, or prejudice or
to have the effect of insulting or stigmatizing an individual.

PROHIBITION
Harassment/Discrimination due to an individual’s race, color, national
origin, age, religion, marital status, political beliefs, sex, or disability is
prohibited.


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DISCIPLINARY ACTION
Students who engage in harassment/discrimination of another student on
the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, marital status,
political beliefs, sex, or disability shall be subject to disciplinary action
including but not limited to suspension and expulsion.

PROCEDURES
The Superintendent shall develop procedures providing for:
1. Investigation of allegations of harassment/discrimination to include
    the submission of a written report of all findings of an investigation
    to be completed within ten (10) school days of submission of original
    written complaint;
2. Establishment of measures to provide confidentiality in the complaint
    process;
3. A process to identify and employ, within ten (10) school days of the
    submission of the written investigative report, methods to correct and
    prevent reoccurrence of the harassment/discrimination;
4. Annual dissemination of written policy to all students; and
5. Age-appropriate training during the first month of school to include
    an explanation of prohibited behavior.

Prohibited Conduct and/or actions prohibited under this policy include but
are not limited to:
 1. Unwanted touching, sexual name calling, sexual jokes and
      spreading sexual rumors.
 2. Members of one gender in a class being subjected to sexual remarks
      of the other gender in the context of the classroom.
 3. Impeding the progress of a student in class by questioning the
      student’s ability to do the required class work based on the gender
      of the student.
 4. Limiting students access to education tools, such as computers,
      based on the student’s gender.
 5. Teasing a student’s subject choice or assignment based on the
      gender of the student.




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APPEAL
Upon the completion of the investigation and correction of the conditions
leading to the harassment/discrimination, any party may appeal any part of
the findings and corrective actions to the Superintendent.

If a supervisor is an alleged party in the harassment/discrimination
complaint, procedures shall also provide for addressing the complaint to a
higher level of authority.

RETALIATION PROHIBITED
No one shall retaliate against a student because he/she files a written
grievance, assists or participates in an investigation, proceeding, or
hearing regarding the charge of harassment/discrimination of an individual
because he/she has opposed language or conduct that violates this policy.

Upon the resolution of allegations, the Superintendent shall assure that
students are protected against retaliation.
References: 42 USC 2000e
US Supreme Court -Franklin vs. Gwinnett County
Related Policies:     03.162; 03.262        Approved: December 9, 1993
(Motion #245)




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       FAMILY EDUCATION RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT
                                  FERPA
The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents
and ―eligible students‖ (students over 18 years of age) or students who are
attending a post secondary institution certain rights with respect to the
student’s education records. They are:

1.   The right to inspect and review the student’s education records
     within forty-five (45) days of the day the District receives a request
     for access.
     Parents or eligible students must submit to the school
     principal/designee a written request that identifies the record(s) they
     wish to inspect. The Principal will make arrangements for access and
     notify the parent or eligible student of the time and place where the
     records may be inspected.

2.   The right to request the amendment of the student’s education
     records that the parent or eligible student believes are inaccurate,
     misleading, or in violation of the student’s privacy or other rights.
     Parents or eligible students may ask the District to amend a record
     that they believe is inaccurate, misleading or in violation of privacy
     or other rights. They are to write the school principal, clearly identify
     the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is
     inaccurate, misleading, or in violation of their privacy or other rights.

     If the District decides not to amend the record as requested by the
     parent or eligible student, the District will notify the parent or eligible
     student of the decision and advise them of their right to a hearing
     regarding the request for amendment. Additional information
     regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the parent or
     eligible student when notified of the right to a hearing.

3.   The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable
     information contained in the student’s education records, except to
     the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent.
     One exception, which permits disclosure without consent, is
     disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A
     school official is a person employed by the District as an
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     administrator, supervisor, instructor, or support staff member
     (including health or medical staff and law enforcement unit
     personnel); a person serving on the school Board; a person or
     company with whom the District has contracted to perform a special
     task (such as an attorney, auditor, medical consultant, or therapist); or
     a parent or student serving on an official committee, such as
     disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school
     official in performing his or her tasks.

     A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official
     needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her
     professional responsibility.

     Upon request, the District shall disclose education records without
     consent to officials of another school district in which a student seeks
     or intends to enroll or to other entities authorized by law.

4.   The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of
     Education concerning alleged failures by the District to comply
     with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the
     Office that administers FERPA is:
                        Family Policy Compliance Office
                          U.S. Department of Education
                         600 Independence Avenue, SW
                           Washington, DC 202-4605




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               KENTUCKY CHILD LABOR LAWS
Proof of age is required for minors 14 but not yet 18 years of age.

Age 14 -15 years
May not work before 7:00 a.m. May not work after 7:00 p.m. when
school is in session and 9:00 p.m. when school is not in session.
Maximum hours when school is in session: 3 hours per day, 18 hours per
week. Maximum hours when school is not in session: 8 hours per day, 40
hours per week.

Age 16 -17 years
       May not work before 6:00 a.m. May not work after 10:30 p.m.
        Sunday through Thursday, 1:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday when
        school is in session.
       Maximum hours when school is in session: 6 hours per day
        Monday through Friday, 8 hours per day Saturday and Sunday, 30
        hours per week. The student may work up to forty (40) hours in
        any one workweek if a parent or legal guardian gives permission
        in writing and the principal or head of the school the minor
        attends certifies in writing that the minor has maintained at least
        a 2.0 grade point average in the most recent grading period.
        School certification shall be valid for one year unless revoked
        sooner by the school authority. The parental permission and
        school certification shall remain at the employer’s place of
        business.
       Maximum hours when school is not in session: no restrictions.

Minors under 14 years of age shall not be permitted to work at any gainful
occupation at any time, except for employment in connection with an
employment program supervised and sponsored by the school and
approved by the Department of Education. Minors under 18 years of age
shall not be permitted to work more than five hours continuously without
an interval of at least thirty minutes for a lunch period.

DEFINITIONS
     SCHOOL IN SESSION -means that inclusive time between the
      beginning and ending of the calendar school year as established
      by local school district authorities; but shall not include
      Christmas and spring break.


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        SCHOOL NOT IN SESSION -means the period of time not
         included in the definition of School in Session. No Restrictions of
         Hours Worked. There are no restrictions of hours or time of work
         schedule for the following:
         1. Minors who have graduated from high school or an
              approved vocational school equivalent to a high school.
         2. Minors who are no longer attending a school and have not
              attended school for the previous sixty days.
         3. Minors not required to attend school for that period here in
              described as ―School Not In Session‖.



                      Youth Service Center
                        Kim Quinlan, YSC Director

The Youth Service Center serves families and students by removing
barriers to education. Enacted as part of KERA, Kentucky law mandates
Youth Service Centers to meet a variety of components.

Those components are:
         Health and Social Services
         Family Crisis and Mental Health
         Summer and Part-time Job Development
         Employment Counseling, Training, and Placement
         Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counseling
To meet those components, a variety of services are offered:
         Parent Education
         Basic Needs Assistance
         Anger Management
         Home Visitations
         Support Groups
         Education Groups
         Referrals for Tutoring Services

Learn more information by visiting
http://chfs.ky.gov/dhss/frysc/default.htm

For a listing of available resources for students, see pages 64 -71, your
school counselor and/or contact the B. Michael Caudill YSC.

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B. MICHAEL CAUDILL MIDDLE SCHOOL
                                Student Resource Guide
A
Adult and Child Protective Services ..................... 623-1204
Hotline .................................................................. 1-800-752-6200
Adult Education .................................................... 623-4905
AIDS/HIV Testing ................................................ 1-800-590-2437
AIDS Volunteers of Lexington ............................. (859) 225-3000
Al-Anon (Dry Dock) ............................................. 624-3808
Alcoholic’s Anonymous (Dry Dock) .................... 624-3808
Alcoholism Information
24 hour HOTLINE ................................................ 1-800-234-0420
Kentucky Alcohol Program .................................. 624-8967
All God’s Children ............................................... (859) 223-4253
Alzheimer’s Society.............................................. 623-4906
American Cancer Society ..................................... 1-800-227-2345
American Red Cross ............................................. 623-1336
Animal Shelter (Madison County) ........................ 986-9625
ARC (Assc. of Retarded Citizens) ........................ 233-1483
Attic,(Berea) ......................................................... 986-8358

B
Big Brothers/Big Sisters ....................................... 623-2318
Bluegrass Hearing Clinic ...................................... 623-4458
Bluegrass Impact .................................................. (859) 792-3081
Boys and Girls Club of Madison County
Richmond Unit ..................................................... 625-0010
Berea Unit ............................................................. 985-8803
Burrier Child Development Center ....................... 622-3445 or
.............................................................................. 622-1173
Bus Garage (Madison Co. Schools)
Richmond ............................................................. 624-4515
Berea ..................................................................... 986-2858
Bus Station
Richmond ............................................................. 623-2810
Berea ..................................................................... 986-5840
BURRR................................................................. 985-1903

C
Children’s Action Networks ................................. 985-1226
Children’s Advocacy Center ................................. 225-5437
Children’s Wraparound Services .......................... 626-5030
Child Care Assistance Program ............................ 623-9811

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Cancer Research ................................................... 1-800-223-7874
Hope Line ............................................................. 1-800-4-CANCER
Cardinal House ..................................................... 623-1328
Center for Personal Recovery ............................... 986-7878
Child Abuse Services
Child Abuse Hotline ............................................. 800-752-6200
Richmond ............................................................. 623-1204
Berea ..................................................................... 986-8411
Child Care Centers
ABC Daycare ........................................................ 623-0157
Angel Academy .................................................... 626-3011
Child Dev. Center of the Bluegrass ...................... 622-2241
Grow and Learn of Kingston ................................ 986-3644
Hands and Feet Learning Center........................... 985-1027
Harvest Academy.................................................. 624-8620
Kids Under Construction ..................................... 623-5154
Kidz Zone ............................................................. 986-0099
Little Lambs .......................................................... 625-0205
Madison Montessori ............................................. 623-1819
Richmond Child Care Center ................................ 624-0368
Richmond Montessori ........................................... 623-1048
Small Wonders Daycare ....................................... 625-5700
Stepping Stones .................................................... 985-0028
Telford YMCA ..................................................... 623-9356
Yellow Beetle ....................................................... 624-1086
Child Support Office ............................................. 624-4718
Clark-Moores Youth Service Center..................... 624-2291
Colonel’s Cab Co.................................................. 624-8294
U.K. Hosp. Speech and Hearing Clinic................. 257-3390
Community Based Services
Family Support Services ....................................... 623-1310
Protection and Permanency .................................. 623-1204
Comp Care After School Program ........................ 623-1910
Comprehensive Care Center ................................. 623-9367
Court Designated Worker ..................................... 623-0251
Coyle’s OK Cab Co .............................................. 624-0492
Crisis Pregnancy Center........................................ 624-2942
Counseling Solutions ............................................ 623-4740

D
Daniel Boone Family Resource Center ................. 624-4564
Day Treatment Center........................................... 624-4565
Dept. for Employment Services ............................ 623-2564
Dept. for Mental Health ........................................ (502) 564-7707
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Madison County Detention Center ....................... 624-4710
Domestic Violence Program ................................. 1-800-544-2022
Driver’s License ................................................... 624-4715
Drive Smart KY .................................................... (505) 564-1438
Drug Hotline ......................................................... 1-800-432-9337
Drug Information Service (DISK) ........................ 1-800-432-9337
Dry Dock .............................................................. 624-3808

E
EKU Information .................................................. 622-1000
EKU Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic ................ 622-4444
EKU Psychology Clinic ........................................ 622-2356
Emergency ............................................................ 911
Employment Services
CBS Personnel Services........................................ 624-3111
Express Services ................................................... 624-5627
Interim Personnel .................................................. 1-859-231-0801
Kelly Services ....................................................... 624-1644
Labor Works of Richmond ................................... 1-800-204-4085
Manpower Temporary Srv .................................... 1-800-288-1331
Olsten Staffing Services........................................ 986-9434

F
Family Life Abuse Center..................................... (859) 256-2724
Family Life Counseling Center ............................. (859) 256-5623
Family Life Services ............................................. (859) 256-5612
Farmer’s Home Administration ............................ 624-1982
Fish and Wildlife Dept.......................................... (502) 564-3176
Poacher Line ......................................................... 1-800-252-5378
First Steps ............................................................. 1-859-626-4282
Foley Middle School
Main Office .......................................................... 986-8473
Youth Service Center ............................................ 986-7294
21st Century After School ..................................... 985-0465
Forward in the Fifth .............................................. 986-3696
Foothills Comm. Action Partnership .................... 623-4496
Food Service ......................................................... 624-3208

G
GED Information .................................................. 622-8065
GED Testing Center ............................................. 622-1281
Glades Village Apartments ................................... 986-9810
Goodwill Industries of KY ................................... 624-5525
Goodwill Store
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Berea ..................................................................... 985-9816
Richmond ............................................................. 623-7173
Parents Helper program ........................................ 624-1747

H
Habitat for Humanity ............................................ 625-9208
Health Department
Berea ..................................................................... 986-1192
Richmond ............................................................. 623-7312
Hearing Aids (Beltone) ......................................... 1-800-775-6590
Hillcrest Hall Drug/Alcohol Rehab....................... (859) 498-6574
Home Meals Delivery ........................................... 623-3294
Home School Information .................................... (502) 564-3421
Hospice Care Plus ................................................. 986-1500
Housing Authority of Richmond .......................... 623-5968
Housing Authority of Berea .................................. .986-4436
Hospitals
Berea Hospital ...................................................... 986-3151
Patti A Clay .......................................................... 623-3131
HUD Section 8...................................................... 623-5968
Humane Society .................................................... 625-1394
4-H ........................................................................ 623-4072

I
Instant Care Center ............................................... 623-1950
Internal Revenue Services .................................... 1-800-829-1040

J
Job Corps Center .................................................. 1-800-786-3298
Department of Juvenile Justice ............................. 623-1185


K
KCHIP .................................................................. 1-877-524-4718
Kentucky River Foothills Development Council
Foothills Express .................................................. 624-3236
Headstart ............................................................... 623-7233
Family Preservation Program ............................... 623-2046
Family Reunification Program .............................. 623-2046
Outreach ............................................................... 623-6514
Kentucky School for the Deaf............................... (859) 236-7017
Kentucky State Police ........................................... 623-2404
Kentucky Talking Book Library ........................... 1-800-372-2968
Kentucky Tech/Voc School .................................. 624-4520
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Kentucky Volunteer Resource Center................... 624-2046
Kingston Elementary School ................................ 986-4668
Family Resource Center........................................ 986-2879
Kirksville Elementary School ............................... 624-4583
Kirksville Family Resource Center ....................... 624-4452
Kit Carson Elementary School.............................. 624-4525
Kit Carson Family Resource Center ..................... 624-4524

L
Legal Aid Services ................................................ 1-800-426-3406
Richmond ............................................................. 624-1394
Lexington Rape Crisis Center ............................... (859) 253-2511
Madison County Public Library
Berea ..................................................................... 986-7112
Richmond ............................................................. 623-6704
Legislatures of Kentucky ...................................... 1-800-372-7181

M
Madison Avenue Apartments ............................... 623-6050
Madison County Adult Ed .................................... 622-8065
Madison County Ambulance ................................ 986-3727
Madison County Attorney .................................... 624-4777
Madison County Board of Education.................... 624-4500
Mad County Commonwealth Attorney ................. 624-4714
Madison County Extension Office ........................ 623-4072
Madison County Family Court ............................. 625-0601
Madison County Fiscal Court ............................... 624-4700
Madison County Juvenile Court ........................... 624-4723
Madison County Ministerial Assoc....................... 623-8942
Madison Manor Nursing Home ............................ 623-3564

Madison Central High School
Main Office .......................................................... 624-4505


Madison Towers ................................................... 623-6067
United States Marine Corp ................................... 623-8920
M.A.R.C Center .................................................... 623-0308
Mad. County Community Partnership .................. 624-3622
MEPCO Home Health .......................................... 623-3441
Migrant Advocate ................................................. 624-4537
Model Laboratory School ..................................... 622-3766
Mountain Maternal Plan Parenthood .................... 986-2326

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N
Narcotics Anonymous .......................................... 624-3808
New Opportunity School for Women ................... 985-7200

O
Oneida Baptist Institute ........................................ (859) 847-4111
Open Concern, Inc ................................................ 623-1570
Operation READ .................................................. 623-4905
O.K. Cab Co ......................................................... 624-0492

P
P Cab (Berea)........................................................ 986-1111
Parents Anonymous .............................................. 622-1192
Parents Helper Program ........................................ 624-1747
Parents Help Line ................................................. 1-800-432-9251
Pattie A. Clay Hospital ......................................... 623-3131
Nursing Midwife Service ...................................... 623-1726
Outpatient Clinic................................................... 623-9548
Outpatient Rehab Clinic........................................ 623-2804 ext. 458
Psychological Services ......................................... 986-9259
Plasma Center ....................................................... 624-9814
Poison Control Hotline ......................................... 1-800-222-1222
Pregnancy
Crisis Pregnancy Center........................................ 624-3942
Opportunities For Life .......................................... 1-800-822-5824
Prime For Life (Alcohol/Drug Prog) .................... 624-3622
Psychological Health
EKU Psychology Clinic ........................................ 622-2356
Comprehensive Care ............................................. 623-9367
Public Defender .................................................... 623-8415
Protection Advocacy ............................................. 1-800-372-2988

Q

R
Rape Crisis Hotline ............................................... (859) 253-2511
Richmond After School Program.......................... 623-1650
Richmond Alzheimer’s Sup Group ....................... 623-4906
Richmond Cardinal House .................................... 623-1328
Richmond Chamber of Commerce ....................... 623-1720
Richmond City Fire Dept ...................................... 623-1164
Richmond Family Resource Center ...................... 623-4585
Richmond Head Start............................................ 623-8546
Richmond Little League ....................................... 623-4787
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Richmond Parks and Recreation ........................... 623-8753
Richmond Police Department ............................... 623-8911
Richmond Pre-School Building ............................ 623-8546
Richmond Register ............................................... 623-1669
Richmond Section 8 Housing ............................... 623-4246
Richmond Senior Citizen’s Center ....................... 623-0474
Richmond Youth Sports Program ......................... 625-9636

S
Salvation Army ..................................................... 625-1009
Schools
Alternative Ed/Day Treatment .............................. 624-4565
KY Tech ............................................................... 624-4520
Clark Moores Middle School ................................ 624-4545
Daniel-Boone Elementary School......................... 624-4530
Foley Middle School............................................. 986-8473
Kingston Elementary School ................................ 986-4668
Kirksville Elementary School ............................... 624-4583
Kit Carson Elementary School.............................. 624-4525
Madison Central High School............................... 624-4505
Madison Middle School ........................................ 624-4550
Madison Southern High School ............................ 986-8424
Mayfield Elementary School ................................ 624-4540
Migrant Program................................................... 624-4537
Model Laboratory School ..................................... 622-3766
Shannon Johnson Elem School ............................. 986-8233
Silver Creek Elementary School ........................... 986-4991
St. Mark’s Catholic School ................................... 623-9112
Waco Elementary School...................................... 369-5540
Sheriff’s Office ..................................................... 623-1511
Shriner’s Hospital for Children ............................. (859) 266-2101
South Mad. Family Resource Center .................... 986-2383
.............................................................................. 986-3621
Stop Smoking Clinic ............................................. 623-3131
Sylvan Learning Center ........................................ 625-0400

T
Talent Search Program (EKU) .............................. 622-5425
Telford Community Center ................................... 623-9356
Time and Temperature .......................................... 623-5555

U
Upward Bound (EKU) .......................................... 622-1080
UK Medical Center ............................................... (859) 323-5000
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V
Veteran’s Affairs Office ....................................... 1-800-831-6515
Vietnam Veteran’s of America ............................. 624-1131
Voter Registration................................................. 624-4706
Victims of Advocacy ............................................ 1-800-372-2551
Vocational Rehabilitation ..................................... 623-8682

W
WCBR Radio ........................................................ 623-1235
Waco Family Resource Center ............................. 369-5005
Welfare Fraud ....................................................... 1-800-372-2970
WEKY Radio ........................................................ 623-1340
White Hall Family Resource Center ..................... 624-4593
White House Clinic............................................... 986-2323
WIC Program........................................................ 623-1846
Workforce Development Center ........................... 624-2564

X

Y
YMCA .................................................................. 623-9356

Z




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