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 TEACHER
HANDBOOK


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LEAKE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
704 North Jordan Street
Carthage, MS 39051

August 2013

Dear Faculty and Staff:

We hope that you have had a very enjoyable summer. Please place your LCHS Teacher Handbook in a
location where you can refer to it often. It contains information that you will find useful throughout the
upcoming year.

Our handbook has been prepared for the purpose of providing information concerning the operation of the
school so that all teachers will know what procedures and policies are to be followed in practically all
typical situations. Becoming acquainted with these provisions will enable all faculty and staff to handle
issues with students and team members in a consistent manner.

It is very true that handbooks cannot address every situation that can happen in a school year. Please
know that we consider this handbook as ongoing work. Our doors and minds will be open for suggestions
to make this handbook an instrument for our success in the 2013-2014 school year. For the upcoming year,
we will continue to focus on response to intervention and the 3 tier process. This theme embraces our
mission statement: To prepare each student to function as a successful citizen in an ever-changing world.
Let’s work together to insure that each student reaches his/her full potential.

We challenge each of you to work hard to take Leake Central High School to a higher level of excellence.
Together—with our students and parents—we can put real meaning behind our slogan: “LCHS—
Together We Can”. We hope that we can focus on helping all of our students to feel like a part of our
wonderful school.

We truly have the best staff in the state of Mississippi and the best student body. Please help us this year in
making everyone feel like they are wanted and a welcomed part of our school. This year, we hope you will
share this goal with us to make our school a place where teachers want to teach and students want to learn.

Have a great year!


LCHS Leadership Team
J.B. Norwood, Principal               D. Hayes, Counselor
S. McLaurin, Assistant Principal      A. Horn, Counselor
R. McFadden, Assistant Principal      T. Gordon, RTI Coordinator
B. Burns, Lead Teacher




Telephone Number       (601) 267-7713
Website                www.leakesd.org




ACTIVITY FEE (SENIORS)

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All seniors will be expected to pay an activity fee. There will be two plans to choose from:
Plan A - $75.00- This includes cap, gown, diploma and extra senior pages in yearbook (casuals, who’s who, etc.)
Plan B - $160.00-This includes cap, gown, diploma, yearbook with printed name, a class t-shirt,
graduation video and postage and extra senior pages in the yearbook (casuals, who’s who, etc.)
All senior fees are due by November 22, 2013. Seniors may pay their fee all at once or in three payments that are
due in September, October, and November. A $5.00 late fee will be added to each month for senior dues after
November.

ACCIDENT REPORT
All accidents (teacher and student) that take place on school property or school events must be reported and an
accident report must be filled out and turned in to Mrs. Green (See Appendix O4 & O5)

AFTER-SCHOOL DETENTION
Mrs. Christy Vasquez will have after-school detention duty Monday-Thursday. No after-school detention will be
scheduled on Friday. Only administrators can assign students to this detention. The administrator will assign
students based on their tardiness. Teachers may refer students to the office for detention.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Announcements shall be made each morning at the beginning of first period and at the end of sixth period.
All teacher requests for an announcement should be turned into Mrs. Green. Teacher announcement
requests should be brief and include the teacher’s name, date submitted, and date(s) to be announced.
(See Appendix O3)
ARRIVAL AND DISMISSAL (FACULTY)
All teachers are expected to sign in by 7:00 a.m. and be outside their room or at their duty station by 7:10
a.m. each day. Teachers’ school day ends at 3:30 p.m. every day.
ATTENDANCE (STUDENT)
Attendance is to be taken every period. Each teacher is required to take attendance in Sams each period.
The office will provide teachers with a student attendance report and morning report via e-mail during 2nd period
each day. The teacher must do all markings of attendance; students should not be allowed to assist with this task.
If a student comes in your class late, they must have an admit slip from the office to enter your classroom.

Check 2nd-7th period absences against the student attendance report distributed by Mrs. Christy Vasquez.
Report any absences not listed on the form to the office immediately.

If a student misses more than 5 unexcused absences, please notify Mrs. Hayes or Mrs. Horn. Please do this
in writing and give student’s name, class, teacher name, date of absence, and number of absences.

AVERAGE DAILY ATTENDANCE
The Leake County School District urges students to be in school each day. However, the district recognizes that
there are situations in which it is necessary for a student to be absent. House Bill 1530 (enacted by the
legislature during the 2013 session) provided that a compulsory-school-age child who is absent more than
37% of the instructional day must be considered absent the entire day. Each student must be present for
63% of his/her individual instructional day, as fixed by the school board, in order to be considered in full-
day attendance. It is therefore imperative that accurate attendance records be maintained and reported to Mrs.
Hayes and Mrs. Horn to be filed in the computer.

BELL SCHEDULES
Three Bell Schedules are utilized at LCHS. (See Appendix B)

BUS PERMITS
(See Appendix O11)

CAFETERIA

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The cost of lunches for teachers is $3.50. All teachers are to supervise student conduct in route to and from the
cafeteria and while in the cafeteria. Teachers will purchase a tray as soon as they enter the cafeteria, moving to
the head of the line so they may be available for supervision. Do not allow students to eat or drink in the
classroom.
CALENDAR
(See Appendix K)
CHILD ABUSE
Mississippi Law Code 43-21-353 states that any teacher who “suspects” that a student has been subjected to child
abuse or neglect is legally obligated to report the suspicion to the Welfare Department or a LCHS administrator.

CLASS ROLLS AND STUDENTS DROPPED FROM ROLL
On the first day of regular classes, each teacher will be given a list of students for each of his/her classes.
Attendance should be checked on the basis of these rolls until notified by the counselors of changes. Please send
your absences to the office each period for the first week of school. DO NOT put absences in SAMS for the first
week of school. DO NOT allow any students to go to the counselor’s office for a schedule change.

CLASS SPONSORS/COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Senior Class Sponsors    Harrell/Burnside/Holleyman/Cullen/Posey/Quates
Junior Class Sponsors    E Vasquez/V Townsend/Anderson/K. Rush/Hill/A Harris/Peebles
Sophomore Class Sponsors Morgan/Stafford/Crabtree/Moss/Glascoe/Wilbanks/Jodon/Chandler
Freshman Class Sponsors  Tucker/Sikes/J Rush/Neal/Palokas/Frey
                         F. Smith/Massey/J Hayes/Hall/Cooper/B Harris/Sims
Response to Intervention McFadden/Burns/Burnside/Harrell/Gordon
RTI Behavior Team        McLaurin/Horn/Gordon/Sikes/Moss
RTI Academic Team        McFadden/Hayes/Gordon/Burnside/Cooper/Morgan

Mentors
J Hayes-Mentor for Frey                       Gordon-Mentor for Peebles
E Vasquez-Mentor for Crabtree                 Palokas-Mentor for Chandler
Gordon-Mentor for Hill                        F Smith-Mentor for Stafford/White
Sikes-Mentor for Anderson                     Harrell-Mentor for Jodon

Crisis Management/Safety       McLaurin/McFadden/Tucker/Burns/Sikes/Shuler/T. Smith/Green/White

CLASS ROLLS
Permanent class rolls should not be made until well after the start of school in order to accommodate schedule
changes and late-entering students. However, temporary class rolls should reflect accuracy and consistency.

CLASSROOMS
Teachers should maintain an orderly and neat appearance of the classroom and its furnishings. Students should
not be allowed to leave waste paper, books, or other materials in the desk or shelves. Rules against marring desks
should be strictly enforced and an attempt should be made to determine responsibility for any violation.
Assignment of seats should aid in this effort. Adjustments of shades, windows, and lights should be made
before the teacher leaves each day.

CLOSING OF SCHOOL
Mr. Norwood will issue the end-of-year packet by May 14, 2014. On the last working day for teachers, all
teachers will be checked out together. Records and checklists should be completed on time. Please do not ask to
check out early!



CLUB/ACTIVITY SPONSORS

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Student Government Holleyman/K Rush
Graduation         Harrell/Burns/James/Quates/Burnside/D Hayes/James
Prom               E Vasquez/Massey/A Harris/Morgan/Sikes/Quates/Crabtree/Frey
C Vasquez/Cooper/Burns/B Harris/Anderson/Peebles/Hill
Beta Club          Anderson/Burns
FBLA               April Clark
Yearbook Staff     Rawson/Townsend/B Harris/Anderson
FFA                Tucker
Homecoming         Horn/Quates/Harrell/Neal/Peebles/James
Awards Day         F Smith/D Hayes/Horn

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
(See Appendix C)

COLLECTION OF FUNDS
Teachers should never collect funds from the students for any purpose without the permission of the Principal.
Local charity drives must be cleared through the Principal's office. All funds collected MUST be deposited on
a DAILY basis. Please DO NOT keep money in your room or at home. All monies are to be submitted to
Mrs. Tracy Smith in the front office no later than 2:00 p.m.

COMMITTEES
Leake Central High School’s administration strongly encourages shared decision-making and participatory
management through the committee process and an open-door policy.

COPIERS AND COPYING PROCEDURES
You must turn in work to be copied to Mrs. Christy Vasquez in the front office (1) day in advance. Teachers are
not allowed to use any copier in the front office.

CRISIS MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK
The Crisis Management Handbook was developed by Leake County and will be used in cases of fire, tornado,
drills, and other crisis situations. Mr. McLaurin and Mr. McFadden will direct and implement use of this
handbook.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR EMERGENCY DRILLS
Students must follow teacher directions during an emergency drill. Tornado or other emergency drills will be
held periodically. (See Appendix E)
For a fire signal, all buildings are to be evacuated according to the evacuation plan:
 Teachers should lead students out of the room checking to make sure that all students are in line behind
    him/her.
 The last student out of the room should close the door.
 Teachers should carry their grade books to call roll and their Crisis Management Handbook.
Detailed information regarding emergency procedures can be found in the Crisis Management Handbook.

CUMULATIVE RECORDS
Teachers have free access to student records, but should never remove these records from the office, nor
should the contents of these records be revealed to unauthorized persons.
CURRICULUM REVISION
The LCHS curriculum is an ongoing process being coordinated with Mr. Norwood. The process will be
developed through the faculty’s pacing guides, departmental meetings, teachers meetings, and curriculum team
recommendations.

DEPARTMENT MEETINGS
Each department will conduct departmental meetings.       Minutes of each meeting will be submitted to Mr.

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Norwood/ Mrs. Teresa Gordon.
DEPARTMENT
English/Foreign Language/Library
Science
Mathematics
Social Studies
Special Education
Band & Music/Fine Arts/Physical Education
Business/Vocational

DISCIPLINE MEASURES
The following are NOT acceptable as discipline measures:
-Placement in the hall                        -Zeroes or loss of credit
-Non-supervised corrections                   -Degradation
-Humiliation around others                    -Having a student to take names

DISCIPLINE PROGRAM
The major goal of the administration and faculty at Leake Central High School is to provide an atmosphere for
our students that will afford them to be successful both academically and socially.
We hope that through the combined effort of students, parents, faculty, and administration, the percentage of
students dropping out will be reduced. If students are exposed to a pleasant environment and feel they are being
treated fairly, they are more likely to finish their graduation requirements. Through the use of the In-School
Suspension program, we will be able to allow students a better opportunity to complete assignments and meet
minimum class requirements.
Another option available to students having difficulty completing their graduation requirements under the
conventional system of education is that they be assigned to the Alternative Program. Under this program of
study, a student will be allowed to complete the basic course instruction for graduation.
Discipline is looked upon by the administration as a means to accomplish two primary purposes:
1. To ensure students and teachers against annoying, distracting, or disorderly conduct that results in the
    loss of valuable time and learning opportunities.
2. To develop within each student the capacity for enlightened self-control.
Any student who demonstrates unwillingness to accept his/her responsibility by conduct, which disregards these
standards, may forfeit his/her right of attendance in this school.

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES
1. The teacher/student relationship in the classroom should be one of mutual respect at all times.
2. The teacher shall be recognized as the person with authority to maintain good discipline in the classroom.
3. The authority of school officials extends not only through the regular school day, but also at school events
   outside of school hours, on school buses, school property, and on the way to and from school.
   (MS Code 37-9-69)
4. Any teacher has the authority to correct any misbehavior by a student on school property.
5. ALL STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE TO ALL TEACHERS/STAFF AT ALL TIMES.
6. A student should not display any discourtesy to a teacher or administrator who is making disciplinary
   corrections.
7. Each student shall conduct himself/herself so as to observe the rules and regulations set up by the teacher,
   principal, superintendent, and Board of Trustees.
8. When the Principal sends a student home and requests a parent conference, this student cannot return to
   school until a parent conference has been arranged. (Refusal to attend a parent conference may result in a
   fine.
   (MS Code 37-11-53)
9. Leake Central High School is required by law to report violent acts or attempted violent acts to law
   enforcement officials.

DUTY POST

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Students are not to enter the building before 7:40 a.m. unless weather conditions warrant. If bad weather
warrants, (cold or rain) students may report to the gym. The students are to wait in the break area until time
to enter the building. Mr. McLaurin will be responsible for checking duty posts. A duty post roster will be
handed out to each teacher and will also be posted in the office.

EARLY EXAMS
All exams are to be given during the set times for each class period. If a teacher decides to do an alternative to a
regular written exam, students are still required to attend class during the time scheduled for that exam. Isolated
exceptions to the exam schedule may be made by the administration if a student’s case warrants this action.
Exceptions would be made only in the case of sickness or death in the family. Generally, no exam shall be given
early. All missed exams will be given when the student returns to school from his/her absence.

ENROLLMENT
1. Call roll from the class sheet. Mark every student absent whose name appears on the class roll and is not
   present for the first week of school. You must mark attendance every period in Sam’s thereafter.
2. Do not permit anyone whose name is not on your roster to remain in class unless the student has a copy
   of their schedule initialed by an administrator or counselor. Send the student to the office for schedule
   verification.
3. New students and students whose schedules have been changed must present a schedule change form
   initialed by one of the counselors for class admission.
4. If the courses you teach have a pre-requisite, please make sure that your students have successfully
   completed the pre-requisite course. If they have not met this requirement, report this to one of the
   counselors. No student whose name appears on your class roster should be permitted to leave class
   seeking a schedule change. All changes will be scheduled through one of the counselors.
   Communication with counselors for the first couple of weeks of school should be done in writing and left
   with office personnel in the office to be given to one of the counselors. A change of schedule form must
   be filled out legibly and in detail stating why he/she wants his/her schedule changed. If a change of
   schedule form is not filled out, the student’s schedule will not be changed.
5. To prevent students from repeating a class they have already passed, ask each student if they have taken
   and passed the course you are teaching. If they have already received credit, report this to a counselor.

EQUIPMENT
Students should not be allowed to operate or use any piece of equipment unless they have been properly
instructed in its use and then only under the teacher's direct supervision. Any equipment damage or
malfunction of equipment should be promptly reported. Any equipment, which does not ordinarily remain in
the teacher’s classroom, should be returned to its storage place immediately after use.

EVALUATION OF TEACHERS
Teacher evaluations are conducted on a regular basis and are an on-going process. Both announced and
unannounced observations are utilized. Informal drop-ins and formal observations using approved
evaluative instruments are incorporated. Every teacher will be evaluated by at least one of the
administrators.
(See Appendix N)




EXCESSIVE STUDENT ABSENCES


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High School students will miss no more than 8 days per semester (excused or unexcused) in a semester
course (1/2 unit course) and no more than 16 days in a yearly course. These limits apply to individual
class meetings. Students who have extended and/or chronic illnesses, or have exceeded the 8th/16th
absences may request a hearing with the school’s attendance committee. Extended illnesses and chronic
illnesses are not included in the number of absences. Extended illnesses are defined as absences prescribed
by a medical doctor for four or more continuous days. Chronic illness is defined as absences prescribed by a
medical doctor for a recurring health problem for four or more days. After 5 unexcused absences, Please
notify Mrs. Hayes or Mrs. Horn.

EXEMPTIONS
The only students exempt from final exams must meet the criteria in the Leake County District Handbook.
(See Appendix L)

FACULTY MEETINGS
Faculty meetings and professional development activities will be held as needed. Mr. Norwood will excuse
coaches engaged in practice from professional development only with prior approval and only in season.
Advance notice will be given for all general faculty meetings when possible. Small group conferences will
be held from time to time and the principal will contact the teachers who will be involved. Unless regularly
scheduled duties conflict with these meetings, every teacher is expected to attend and to be on time.

FACULTY MEETING AGENDA
An agenda will be distributed for each faculty meeting.

FACULTY/STAFF ROSTER
(See Appendix G)

FIELD TRIPS
Class field trips to places of interest are encouraged and are perceived as beneficial when they are scheduled
in conjunction with a particular course of study. However, be selective and limit the number of these
outings. Instructional time will be protected especially in subject areas. When going on a field trip, students
must ride the bus, if one is provided, even if their parent is chaperoning the event. All field trips, class and
homeroom parties, and fund-raising activities must be cleared through the principal’s office. If
anyone is leaving on a field trip, you must notify the secretaries. (See Appendix O1)

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
All students will report to the gym upon the ringing of the 7:40 a.m. bell.

FIXED ASSETS
 All items in your room that are valued at $1,000.00 or more have been inventoried and numbered.
 Items that can be easily taken, all laptops, and all computers have been inventoried and numbered.
 Teachers are responsible for all inventoried items in your room.
 Do not move these items to another room unless you fill out a fixed asset transfer form.
 If you have items in your room that are not numbered, you should notify Mrs. Tracy Smith in the front
   office to see if the item should have a fixed asset number. It is very important that fixed asset transfer
   and deletion forms be filled out in the event of transfers or deletions of fixed asset inventory. For Fixed
   Asset Deletion Form (See Appendix O12) and for Fixed Asset Transfer Form (See Appendix O13).

FORMS
Discipline referrals, maintenance requests, bus requisitions, fundraiser forms, staff absences forms, and all
other forms are located in the front office. (See Appendix O1-13)
FUND RAISING
 Submit fund-raising forms one month in advance to the high school principal. The principal must

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    sign and approve this form before submitting it to the school board for approval.
    (See Appendix O10)
   The principal must approve all fund raising activities. NO EXCEPTIONS!
   Fund raising activities may be limited.
   After collecting money from students, these funds MUST be receipted by Mrs. Tracy Smith in the office.
   All monies should be turned in and receipted as collected by the teacher on a daily basis. (DO NOT keep
    money over- night and DO NOT leave money unattended in the classroom.)
   Money must be turned and receipted (NO LATER THAN 2:00 P.M.) each day. The office must have
    time to get the deposit ready and go to the bank before 3:30 p.m.
   All fund raising accounts must be conducted through the school. Teachers should not open a personal
    account for fund raising.
   All fundraiser forms and other forms must be turned in to the superintendent’s office by Thursday at
    noon 2 weeks prior to each board meeting. Board meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each
    month.
   It is a possibility that the school board meetings may change and be held only once a month.

GRADE BOOKS
Grade books are confidential records and should not be open for general perusal by students or parents.
Even though we use the grade book system in the Sam’s program, a hard copy of your grade book must be
kept current throughout the school year. This will be kept each school year for backup grades. Also, if we
have a crisis situation, you must take your grade book with you during an evacuation to call roll to make sure
all students are accounted for once you have evacuated to a safe place.

GRADES
At least one grade a week is needed (minimum of 18 event dates and grades per 9 weeks). Administration
strongly suggests that test be given on other days besides Friday. Research shows when students take a test
on Monday that 50% of students score lower. Test what you teach and teach for understanding. Each
department will use the following grading system:

GRADING SYSTEM
A = 90-100
B = 80 - 89
C = 70 - 79
D = 65 - 69
F = 64 and below

1. High School: 50% of the student’s grade will be determined by averaging the student’s test grades (a
   minimum of 4 tests shall be given per 9 weeks); 35% of the student’s grade will be determined by
   averaging the student’s daily grades; 5% of the student’s grade will be determined by averaging the bell
   ringer grades (a maximum of 9 bell ringer grades shall be counted per nine weeks); 10% of the student’s
   grade will be determined by the 9 weeks test that will be given at the end of the grading period.
2. Each course will be divided into two semesters. Grades for each semester will be averaged by taking
   each 9-weeks of each semester and dividing by two (2).
3. The final grade in each course will consist of the average of 1st and 2nd Semesters.
4. In half credit courses, no yearly average will be given. (Example-Government/Economics-Students will
   receive a grade for Government and a grade for Economics, but will not receive a yearly average.)
5. Carnegie Unit Credits are awarded for courses in which a student maintains a 65 or higher average for the
   yearly average. (Exception-In courses that meet only one semester, ½ credits will be awarded.)
6. Make-up work must be arranged with the student’s teacher within 2 days of returning from an absence.

HONOR CODE
Teachers should emphasize the values of honesty and integrity to our students at all times. Students who are
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discovered cheating should be assigned a zero for the indiscretion. Teachers should call the parent.
HONOR ROLL
  1. Honor roll lists will be published each grading period during the school year.
     a. Superintendent’s List – Students who have a 90 or above in all subjects
       (Not an average of all subjects)
     b. Principal’s List – Students who have an 80 or above in all subjects
       (Not an average of all subjects)

I.D. (FACULTY/STAFF)
All faculty/staff will be required to wear an I.D. badge every day to school. If you lose your I.D. badge, you
must report this to Mrs. Tracy Smith or Mrs. Niki Green in the front office so that it may be replaced.

INCLEMENT WEATHER
When inclement weather signs are posted, students may enter the gym upon arrival.

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS REQUEST
Requests for these materials (maps, supplies, graphics, teacher aids, etc.) should be made to the department
chairperson each spring. The coordinator then reviews the requests and makes recommendations to the
principal for allocation of funds.

INSURANCE
Insurance is offered by the Leake County School District. For questions or changes to your insurance, you
may contact Mrs. Krystia Griffin, Payroll Supervisor, at the Superintendent’s Office at (601) 267-4579.

KEYS
Faculty and staff are issued keys to their classrooms and/or offices upon the opening of school. All keys
remain the property of LCHS and are to be returned upon the closing of school. EVERY teacher must turn
their keys in at the closing of school each year. NO EXCEPTIONS!!

LEAVING SCHOOL AND APPOINTMENTS
Teachers are expected to be on campus between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. All personal appointments are to be
made after 3:30. Each teacher should also be available during his/her planning period for student
conferences or other duty, if needed. All teachers must sign out in the office if they leave anytime during
the day.

LESSON PLANS
All lesson plans should be completed and in the computer by Monday at noon each week. Please download
your lesson plans from EZ Lesson planner and place them in your binder after lesson plans are posted each
week.

LETTERHEAD STATIONERY
Leake Central High School letterhead stationery is available for teacher use in the office.




LIBRARY SERVICES
We welcome and encourage teachers to plan library-related activities. The librarian will gladly work with
you for maximum results on these activities. But remember:
   1. If a class needs to use the library, the teacher must accompany and supervise his/her students.
   2. Arrange or schedule a class to use the library with the librarian prior to the time needed.
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    3. All library-related activities must be completed by May 5. Inventory of books, materials, and
       equipment will be made during the month of May; therefore, teachers should plan to complete the use
       of library materials before this time.
Individual students may be sent with passes and assignments but no more than three from any one class.
Teachers are required to accompany larger groups and remain with them.
The library is not for make-up tests, discipline problems, or socializing. Each teacher is responsible for
dealing with his/her own students on these matters.

LUNCH
The LCHS campus is closed and students are not allowed to leave campus for lunch. The student lunch area
is restricted to the cafeteria. Students are not allowed to eat lunch in any other area. Seniors may eat outside
in the commons area only when prior approval is given by the principal. The parking lot is off limits to
students during lunch or any other time of the day, unless permission is received from an administrator. All
areas of the campus except the cafeteria are off limits to students during lunch. Because classes will be in
progress during lunch periods, students will not be allowed to enter the building during lunch except for
bathroom needs.

LUNCH SCHEDULE
A lunch schedule will be handed out to each teacher and it will also be posted in the office.

MASTER SCHEDULE
The master schedule is developed with students as the foremost priority. This is followed, in no particular
order, by teacher requests by the level of subject area competency. A master schedule will be handed out to
each teacher and it will be posted in the office.

MAINTENANCE REQUESTS
All maintenance request forms should be submitted to Mrs. Tracy Smith or Mrs. Niki Green in the office.
Requests may be made directly to janitorial staff in the event of an emergency. Please try to go through the
office, if possible. Maintenance request forms may be found in the top green filing cabinet in front of the air
conditioner in the office. (See Appendix O8)

MONITORING HALLWAYS
Each teacher is expected to monitor hallways outside his/her room at the start of the school day and between
classes until the halls are clear.

NEWS MEDIA
Television and newspaper reporters must check with the front office and be approved by an administrator
before entering a classroom or interviewing a teacher or student. No Teachers!!

NINE WEEKS ASSESSMENT SCHEDULES
Exams Dates: 2nd nine weeks assessment- December 18-20, 2013; 4th 9 weeks assessment-May 23-28, 2014.
Assessment schedules will be given to you in your end-of-the-semester packets.

NINE WEEK ASSESSMENT
Nine Week assessments are to be administered according to the instructional management plan, the state
framework, and the schedule in effect. (See Appendix Q)
OPEN HOUSE
Fall Open House will be August 20, 2013 from 4:00-6:00 p.m.

PARKING (FACULTY/STAFF)
The following areas are reserved for faculty members and other school personnel:
   1. Parking in front of the cafeteria and office for some teachers.

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   2. Parking for White, Stafford, cafeteria workers, and janitors is in front of the band hall.
   3. A Parking Diagram will be provided.

PARENT CONFERENCES
Teachers are expected to request parent conferences regarding student academic and behavior problems and
concerns. Expedient response to a parent conference request is also automatic. Each teacher has an
individual conference period scheduled for this purpose. Before or after school time is also recommended.
These can be held in the teacher’s lounge if you reserve it. If a student has a 65 or below average at the
time of progress reports or at the end of the nine weeks the teacher should have a parent conference
with the student’s parent/guardian either by phone or in person. A parent contact form must be filled
out for this meeting and a copy turned into Mrs. Hayes. (See Appendix D)

PASSES
No student should leave a teacher’s room without a hall pass during class time. Each pass must be
filled out completely containing the student’s name, class from which he/she is leaving, destination,
time leaving, date, and teacher’s signature. Students should show the hall pass to teachers on duty. Passes
for the bathroom should be kept to a minimum. Students in the main building who have a bathroom pass are
to use the bathroom in the main building. Students in the gym area who have a bathroom pass are to use the
bathroom in the gym area. Students should not be given passes to use the telephone during class time unless
it is an emergency.

Teachers should allow only one student out of the room at a time. NEVER ALLOW TWO STUDENTS
OUT OF THE ROOM WITH THE SAME PASS. NEVER WRITE A PASS FOR A STUDENT TO
LEAVE ANOTHER TEACHER'S CLASS. Please do not allow students to go the gym or band hall unless
they have a note from the proper teacher.

PEP RALLY SCHEDULE
Pep Rallies will be held on selected home game dates. Dates will be announced.

PHONE
Please use the phone in the copy room when making calls. We need both phones in the front office
available at all times. Please do not use line 3 to make calls due to the fact that line 3 does not ring in the
office for calls to be returned.

PRESS RELEASES/PUBLIC RELATIONS
All items released to the press should be presented to Mr. Norwood or Mrs. Hayes for clearance. Press
releases and public service announcements will be activated by the administration.

PREVIEW MATERIALS
 Do not allow companies to send materials to be previewed.
 Accept samples only.

PRIVACY ACT
Student records are confidential and should not be removed from the office. Requests for student data of any
type must be referred to Mrs. Hayes or Mrs. Horn.
PROGRESS REPORTS
Progress reports will be given out in homerooms by the homeroom teachers. Progress reports should go
home on the assigned dates for the 2013-2014 school year. (See Appendix P)
PURCHASE ORDERS
   All District, General Activity, Athletics, and Club Requisitions are to be turned in to Mrs. Tracy
    Smith.

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      Wait until you have a requisition signed by Mr. Norwood and a PURCHASE ORDER signed by
       the Central Office before making your purchase.
      Requisition forms must be filled out before a purchase order can be received. Make sure you have
       the company name, address, phone number, and fax number on the requisition and the account from
       which it will be paid. The requisition must be signed and approved by Mr. Norwood before being
       turned in for a PURCHASE ORDER.
      When your order arrives, your order will be checked in by Mrs. Tracy Smith to be sure you received
       everything that was ordered.
      If your order is complete, it will be giving to you from the office by Mrs. Tracy Smith.
      If you need a check to be sent with a purchase order for a motel room, an upcoming trip, expenses,
       etc., make sure you turn in the requisition 1 MONTH in advance due to the centralizing of the
       General Activity and Athletic funds for the 2013-2014 school year. This change will take effect on
       July 1, 2013. No checks from the General Activity or Athletic funds will be written from the Leake
       Central High School office after this date. All General Activity and Athletic checks will be written
       by the Superintendent’s Office when the district distributes checks ONCE A MONTH.
      Everything purchased must have a purchase order. This does include club accounts.
      (See Appendix I for Purchase Requisition Procedure)
      (See Appendix J for Purchase Requisition Form)

RECORDING GRADES
1. Forms for recording students’ grades are located in the counselor's office.
2. If you have questions concerning these forms, contact one of the counselors.
3. Report cards will be sent to parent on the assigned dates for the 2013-2014 school year. (See Appendix P)

REFERRALS
Teachers should handle all discipline problems in the classroom, if possible, according to the class rules. If a
student becomes a total disruption to the class environment, students with behavioral problems may be
referred to one of the assistant principals, please buzz the office for notification if student is being sent out of
a classroom. If a student has been referred to one of the assistant principals, the student should have a
referral with him/her when he/she comes to the office. If a student has to be removed before the teacher can
write the referral, please send the referral after removal of the student.
For a Discipline Referral Form (See Appendix O9)

ROOM ASSIGNMENTS
(See Appendix F)

SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS
You are invited to attend board meetings, which are usually held the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month on
the 2nd floor of the Leake County Courthouse. The board meetings are subject to change at any time.

SCHOOL CALENDAR
Mr. Norwood should be notified of any and all school-related events as early as possible so that conflicts
may be minimized. Before scheduling events, please check the calendar book on Mrs. Green’s desk. Also,
notify
Mrs. Green in writing of the event, date, time, etc.

SEATING FOR ASSEMBLIES
(See Appendix A)

SECURITY
For security reasons, all teachers will be required to keep classroom doors locked and the windows
uncovered. Before a person can enter your room, they must present a pass to you. Make sure that when a
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student leaves your room that he/she has a pass. When you are serving your duty post during the school
day please be watchful of suspicious individuals on campus. If you see someone who is suspicious, please
report it to one of the administrators. You must check for hall passes and the whereabouts of individuals in
your surrounding area. Also, emergency codes that will be used at LCHS are: Code Yellow – Lock Down.

SEXUAL HARASSMENT
The Leake County School District will not tolerate sexual harassment in any shape or form. Incidences must
be reported to an administrator. For further procedures, please see the District Handbook.

SPORTS SCHEDULES
The 2013-2014 Sports Schedules are available in the office and in this handbook for your convenience.
(See Appendix H1-H5)

STAFF DEVELOPMENT
All certified staff members are required to attend staff development sessions and provide documentary
evidence as mandated by MDE. If an emergency arrives and a teacher must miss staff development, the
teacher must have the approval of the principal.

STUDENT OFFICE WORKERS
These students work in the office and may assist with minor office requests. They will be wearing a badge
so that teachers may identify them.

STUDENT SICKNESS
In the event a student becomes sick at Leake Central High School the following procedure should be
followed.
     1. The teacher should send the student to the Principal's office
     2. After the extent of the sickness has been determined the office will:
        a. Call the student's parents. Calls to the student’s parents must be made in the office.
           DO NOT allow a student to use phones in other areas of the school.
        b. If necessary, transport the student home.
        c. The student will be carried to the emergency room and the parent will be notified to meet
           the student at the hospital in emergency situations.
        d. An ambulance will be called in situations where it is necessary.

STUDENT SIGN-OUT
Teachers and/or other school employees cannot be designated to sign out any student unless said student is
an immediate family member. Students enrolled in school may not be on another student’s check out list.
Students may not check out after 2:30 p.m. on regular school days and 12:30 p.m. on early dismissal days.




SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS
You are responsible for getting your own substitute teacher for any absence. All teachers are asked to call if
an emergency arises, Mr. McFadden at 601-408-7923, at home the night before or before 6:45 a.m. Only in
EXTREME emergencies should a teacher wait until 7:00 a.m. to call LCHS. If a teacher knows in
advance that he/she will be absent, he/she should notify Mrs. Tracy Smith of the dates of their absences.
You must complete the Staff Absence Form (See Appendix O6) for approval if you know before you are
going to be out or the day you return should an emergency arise. (See Appendix O7) for the substitute
teacher list. The plans for that day must be detailed and specific enough so that they can be understood by the

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substitute. Detailed lesson plans for planned absences also must be received by 7:40 a.m. on the day of the
absence, if not before.
When you are going to be absent, you are expected to provide the following for the substitute:
**This material should be found in your Emergency Lesson Plan Binder in the office. **
 A copy of the schedule (A, B, C)
 Seating Chart – All teachers must have a seating chart for every class; the substitute does not always
   know the students.
 All instructions for the class must be clear.
 Classwork – provide enough work to last the entire period; work should be individualized, up-to-date,
   pertaining to the assigned lessons and turned in at the end of class; copies of all handouts and worksheet
   should have been made for the substitute. You need 3 days of work in the binder at all times for each
   subject you teach. It will be used if an emergency arises and you cannot come by to leave your
   assignments.
 Instruction for leaving the classroom – Students should not be allowed to leave the classroom other than
   going to the restroom or unless the student has been called by the office or administration.
 Explanation of absentees, tardiness, restroom passes, routine of class, and student referrals.
 Place of duty, parking, lunch, etc.
 Please be sure to maintain the emergency lesson plan binder that is in the office.

SUPERVISION
NEVER LEAVE THE CLASSROOM UNSUPERVISED.                            Please do not disturb another teacher
unless it is an emergency.

SUPPLIES
Supplies should be part of the request made to the Principal in the spring. However, chairpersons should poll
their colleagues at the beginning of the year to verify that each member of the department has adequate,
functional supplies. Other supplies can be purchased through EEF Funds/1% Money.




STUDENT TARDINESS
Students who are tardy are considered a disruption to the instructional environment. There is no excused
tardiness. If a student has been detained by a counselor or an administrator, the student should ask for a slip
from the person who detained him/her before going to the next class. This will not count as a tardy or an
absence. If the office or a teacher detains a student, the student should ask for a slip so that he/she can be
admitted into class. This will count as a tardy, unless signed by an administrator. Therefore, do not keep
students after class unless it is an emergency and you must let an administrator know about this incident.

       For 1st Period
       Students are allowed 3 free tardies (car breakdown, flats, weather, etc.)
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                 TARDY NUMBER                                            ACTION TAKEN
                   3RD TARDY                                               WARNING
                   4TH TARDY                                       1 WEEK BREAK DETENTION
                   5TH TARDY                               1 WEEK BREAK DETENTION AND PARENT
                                                                       WILL BE NOTIFIED
                    6TH TARDY                                 1 HOUR AFTER-SCHOOL DETENTION
                    7TH TARDY                              1 HOUR AFTER-SCHOOL DETENTION AND
                                                                      PARENT CONFERENCE
                    8TH TARDY                                    1 DAY IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION
                    9TH TARDY                                   2 DAYS IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION
              10TH TARDY OR MORE                           1 DAY OUT OF SCHOOL SUSPENSION AND
                                                              PARENT MUST RETURN WITH CHILD

       For 2nd thru 7th periods
       Student are allowed 2 free tardies
                TARDY NUMBER                                             ACTION TAKEN
                    2ND TARDY                                              WARNING
                    3RD TARDY                                      1 WEEK BREAK DETENTION
                    4TH TARDY                              1 WEEK BREAK DETENTION AND PARENT
                                                                       WILL BE NOTIFIED
                    5TH TARDY                                 1 HOUR AFTER-SCHOOL DETENTION
                    6TH TARDY                              1 HOUR AFTER-SCHOOL DETENTION AND
                                                                      PARENT CONFERENCE
                   7TH TARDY                                     1 DAY IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION
                   8TH TARDY                                    2 DAYS IN-SCHOOL SUSPENSION
              9TH TARDY OR MORE                            1 DAY OUT OF SCHOOL SUSPENSION AND
                                                              PARENT MUST RETURN WITH CHILD

Mrs. Christy Vasquez will conduct after school detention Monday-Thursday. No after-school detention will
be scheduled on Friday. If there is a conflict on the day the student is assigned after school detention, he/she
has only one opportunity to reschedule or he/she will receive in-school suspension. If a student must
reschedule their after-school detention, the student must notify Mrs. Christy Vasquez as soon as he/she finds
out they will not be able to stay for after-school detention.




TEACHER ABSENTEEISM
Teachers are expected to notify the office in advance if an absence is planned for any reason. In case of an
unforeseen illness or emergency, contact Mr. McFadden at 601-408-7923, before 6:45 a.m. on the morning of
the absence. Teachers are responsible for finding their own substitute when absent.

TEACHER TARDINESS
Please try your best not to be tardy. We are all professionals and should always act accordingly. If you see
you are going to be late, please call ahead and notify the office. All teachers should report to the office by
7:00 a.m. The sign-in sheet will be taken up at 7:10 a.m. and the tardy sign-in sheet will replace the regular
sign-in sheet.

TEACHER MAILBOXES
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Each teacher is assigned a teacher mailbox. The teachers’ mailboxes are located in the teachers’ lounge.
Check your box upon arrival at school in the mornings and before departure in the afternoons.
Announcements and delivery of memos may be minimized during your classroom instruction if boxes are
checked regularly. Only emergency messages will be sent to your room.

TEACHERS’ LOUNGE
The teachers’ lounge is located in the main building near the front office. A refrigerator and drink machines
are located in the teachers’ lounge. Tables and other supplies are available for use. A microwave is available
for teacher use in the cafeteria by the ice machine. Notices of general interest may be placed on the bulletin
board in the teachers’ lounge, but should be removed after a reasonable length of time. Do not send students
to the teachers’ lounge because they are NOT permitted in the teachers’ lounge. STUDENTS ARE NOT
ALLOWED TO BUY DRINKS IN THE LOUNGE, NOT EVEN FOR A TEACHER, SO PLEASE DO
NOT SEND THEM TO THE LOUNGE.

TELEPHONE
We are aware that it is necessary for you to receive calls from home occasionally; however, if it is not an
emergency, please inform your family of your conference period and ask that they call you at this time so
you will not have to leave your class unattended. The secretary has been instructed, except for emergencies,
to take a message that will allow you to make the call at your leisure. We do need your help and cooperation
in this effort. All long distance telephone calls should be school business related and should be made only
on urgent matters. Personal long distance calls may not be made from school phones.
Teachers are asked to turn off their cell phones during class time.

TESTING CALENDAR
The testing dates are printed in the LCHS Student Informational Guide & Calendar. Sponsors and extra-
curricular staff are to schedule their activities around these testing times in order to insure excellent student
participation and eliminate conflicts. (See Appendix R)

TEXTBOOKS
It is the duty of each teacher to be sure that no student has a textbook that has not been properly issued.
Even if a student needs a book for only a short time, be sure to note this. Also, watch for book abuse and
remind students of the damage scale and help us to enforce good care of books by penalizing those who do
not comply. We will use textbook lists instead of book cards.
Yearly textbook requests are made at the end of the school year; however, conflicts should be addressed to
department chairpersons.

TORNADO/FIRE DRILLS
Fire drills and tornado drills, some unannounced, will be conducted during the school year. All students,
faculty, and staff are expected to participate. No exceptions. (See Appendix E)

TRIP APPROVAL
Both Student Trip approval and Teacher Trip approval should be discussed with the administration prior to
submission. Student Trip requests (Field Trip Forms) should be submitted to Mr. Norwood. Teacher Trip
approval forms (Permission to Attend) should be directed to Mr. Norwood.
Please discuss and receive approval from Mr. Norwood before any school trips, activity trips, or professional
trips are scheduled.
For Field Trip Form (See Appendix O1) and for Permission to Attend Form (See Appendix O2)

VENDING MACHINES
Vending machines are located in the teachers’ lounge for personnel use. Do not allow students to get drinks
from machines. Students are not allowed in the teachers’ lounge for any reason. There are vending
machines located in the student commons area for break and before and after school use.

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WEB SITES
www.leakesd.org

WORKBOOKS
The school administration has no objection to the use of workbooks if a teacher feels the material will assist
in the learning process. However, it will be the teacher's responsibility to collect the money for these
workbooks and turn in to the office.
YEARBOOKS
Teachers must be photographed in the fall for the Yearbook photos and ID badges.




                                              APPENDIX A

                                      SEATING CHART FOR GYM

                              Door 1 – Front Door

Row
21                                    Lobby
20
19
18
17
16     10th Grade                                                          11th Grade
15

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14
13


12
11
10
 9
 8
 7
 6   9TH Grade                                            12th Grade
 5
 4
 3
 2
 1

 EMERGENCY EXITS

 9th Grades will exit through Door No. 2
 10th Grade will exit through Door No. 1
 11th Grade will exit through Door No. 1
 12th Grade will exit through Door No. 3




                                           APPENDIX B

                                HIGH SCHOOL BELL SCHEDULES

                                       REGULAR SCHEDULE
FIRST BELL RINGS AT 7:40
                  1ST PERIOD                                   7:45-8:35
                  2ND PERIOD                                   8:40-9:30
                     BREAK                                     9:30-9:40
                  3 RD PERIOD                                 9:45-10:35
                  4TH PERIOD                                 10:40-12:10
                  5TH PERIOD                                  12:15-1:05
                  6TH PERIOD                                   1:10-2:00
                  7TH PERIOD                                   2:05-2:55


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Lunch Schedule
Lunch will be scheduled during 4th Period.
Lunch will start at 10:35.

                                          SHORT DAY SCHEDULE
FIRST BELL RINGS AT 7:40
                    1ST PERIOD                                                    7:45-8:15
                    2ND PERIOD                                                    8:20-8:50
                       BREAK                                                      8:50-9:00
                    3 RD PERIOD                                                   9:05-9:35
                    4TH PERIOD                                                   9:40-11:20
                    5TH PERIOD                                                  11:25-11:55
                    6TH PERIOD                                                  12:00-12:30
                    7TH PERIOD                                                   12:35-1:05

Lunch Schedule
Lunch will be scheduled during 4th Period.

                                           LATE DAY SCHEDULE
FIRST BELL RINGS AT 9:40
                    1ST PERIOD                                                   9:45-10:15
                    2ND PERIOD                                                  10:20-10:50
                    3RD PERIOD                                                  10:55-12:35
                    4TH PERIOD                                                   12:40-1:10
                    5TH PERIOD                                                    1:15-1:45
                    6TH PERIOD                                                    1:50-2:20
                    7TH PERIOD                                                    2:25-2:55

Lunch Schedule
Lunch will be scheduled during 3rd Period.

**Buses will run 2 hours later on a Late Day Schedule. **
**There will be no break during a Late Day Schedule. **




                                                 APPENDIX C

                                      CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
                                        Leake Central High School


The following guidelines are in effect concerning an equitable policy on participation in co-curricular
activities:

a. Field trips to hear guest speakers, witness presentations, or view special events will be open to all students
    in that particular related discipline provided there are not restrictions specified by the inviting institution.
    Our students are not to be denied equality of educational exposure due to G.P.A. ability, leveling, or
    teacher preference.

b. If there are numerical restrictions specified by the inviting institution then the individual teacher or
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   department (if applicable), will choose half of the students by random selection and half by teacher
   nomination. A rotating basis should be employed in both instances.

c. High standards of academic excellence coupled with access to equal opportunity will be the criteria for
   selecting students for invitational competition. If there are numerical restrictions specified by the inviting
   institution, apply the above. If there are numerical restrictions specified by the inviting institutions then a
   departmental screening process based upon grades and teacher nomination should be devised to insure
   that our top students are competing.

d. All other decisions of participation in co-curricular activities shall rest with the judgment of the principal
   and will be considered on an individual basis.

e. Student must be present 60% of the day to participate in co-curricular activities and trips.

f. When going on a field trip or trip students must ride the bus, if one is provided, even if their parent is
   chaperoning the event.

g. Students with excessive absences and with a failing grade may not be allowed to attend extracurricular
   activities that would cause the student to miss class.




                                                 APPENDIX D

                                         PARENT CONTACT FORM
                                          Leake Central High School


Student Name:

Teacher Name:

School:

Date:                                                  Grade:                          9 Weeks:

Conference held by:


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        Phone

        In Person

        Letter

If by letter, date mailed:

Student Average:


Comments:




                                            APPENDIX E

                                     EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
                                      Leake Central High School

EMERGENCY CODES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

   Code Red                  Fire

   Code Blue                 Bomb

   Code Tan                  Tornado

   Code Yellow               Lock Down




                                    Emergency Procedures Drill
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Each month, we will conduct a fire drill. Each nine weeks, we will conduct a
tornado drill.

FOR PROCEDURES, SEE THE CRISIS PROCEDURES MANUAL.




                                 APPENDIX F
                         ROOM ASSIGNMENTS
             TEACHER                          ROOM ASSIGNMENT
           HOPE ANDERSON                       BUILDING A/ROOM 11
             BRUCE BURNS                        BUILDING A/ROOM 6
            LISA BURNSIDE                       BUILDING T/ROOM 1
         ASHLEY CHANDLER                        BUILDING S/ROOM 1
          TANESHA COOPER                       BUILDING A/ROOM 28
         BROOKS CRABTREE                        BUILDING M/ROOM 1
           MONICA CULLEN                       BUILDING A/ROOM 12
              DAVID FREY                        BUILDING V/ROOM 2
             JOE GLASCOE                       BUILDING A/ROOM 33
     TERESA GORDON/JAMIE POPE                  BUILDING A/ROOM 17
         TEARSANNAE HALL                        BUILDING P/ROOM 2
         CYNTHIA HARRELL                       BUILDING Q/ROOM 1-2
             ALEX HARRIS                       BUILDING A/ROOM 32
          BRITTANY HARRIS                      BUILDING A/ROOM 23
     KELSEY HILL/MEGAN PEEBLES                  BUILDING A/ROOM 7
            ASHLEY HORN                          BUILDING A/ROOM
           DEBORAH HAYES                         BUILDING A/ROOM
            JOSHUA HAYES                        BUILDING V/ROOM 1
          ROSS HOLLEYMAN                        BUILDING O/ROOM 1
     MONICA JAMES/DORIS HENSON                 BUILDING A/ROOM 15
           PATRICIA JODON                       BUILDING R/ROOM 1
          DIANNE LEFLORE                        BUILDING U/ROOM 1
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          EMILY MASSEY                        BUILDING D/ROOM 1
        ROBERT MCFADDEN                       BUILDING A/ROOM 6
          SAM MCLAURIN                        BUILDING A/ROOM 6
RONDIE MORGAN/ZEERIKA MCQUEEN                BUILDING A/ROOM 29
           JESSICA MOSS                      BUILDING A/ROOM 21
             ANN NEAL                         BUILDING R/ROOM 2
        ANTHONY PALOKAS                       BUILDING S/ROOM 2
             GAIL PIGG                       BUILDING A/ROOM34
          JESSICA POSEY                       BUILDING A/ROOM 9
          NANCY QUATES                        BUILDING A/ROOM 8
         RHONDA RAWSON                       BUILDING A/ROOM 30
            JARVIS RUSH                     BUILDING D/GYM FLOOR
            KELLY RUSH                        BUILDING U/ROOM 2
            JOHN SALLIS                       BUILDING L/ROOM 1
          REBECCA SIKES                      BUILDING A/ROOM 22
             GWEN SIMS                        BUILDING T/ROOM 2
           FANNIE SMITH                      BUILDING A/ROOM 27
         DAVID STAFFORD                       BUILDING I/ROOM 1
        KATHY TOWNSEND                        BUILDING P/ROOM 1
         VISTA TOWNSEND                      BUILDING A/ROOM 14
         MICHAEL TUCKER                      BUILDING B/ROOM 1-3
  CHRISTY VASQUEZ/JUDY FLAKE                  BUILDING N/ROOM 1
       ELIZABETH VASQUEZ                     BUILDING A ROOM 10
  CYNTHIA WARD/ANDIE ATKISON                 BUILDING A/ROOM 16
           ERICA WHITE                        BUILDING C/ROOM 1
         CARL WILBANKS                        BUILDING K/ROOM 1




                               APPENDIX G
                        FACULTY & STAFF ROSTER
       TEACHER                              DEPARTMENT
       HOPE ANDERSON                            ENGLISH
        ANDIE ATKISON                        SPED ASSISTANT
         BRUCE BURNS                         LEAD TEACHER
        LISA BURNSIDE                         MATHEMATICS
     ASHLEY CHANDLER                             SPANISH
      TANESHA COOPER                            ENGLISH
     BROOKS CRABTREE                      SOCIAL STUDIES/COACH
       MONICA CULLEN                            ENGLISH
      SHELDON DEVINE                           CUSTODIAN
         DAN DOUGAN                            CUSTODIAN
          DAVID FREY                         HEALTH/COACH
         JOE GLASCOE                          MATHEMATICS
       TERESA GORDON                         RTI SPECIALIST
          NIKI GREEN                           SECRETARY
     TEARSANNAE HALL                          MATHEMATICS
     CYNTHIA HARRELL                    FAMILY/CONSUMER SCIENCE
         ALEX HARRIS                          MATHEMATICS
      BRITTANY HARRIS                     ENGLISH/ANUUAL STAFF
        DORIS HENSON                         SPED ASSISTANT
         KELSEY HILL                       SPECIAL EDUCATION
         ASHLEY HORN                      GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
       DEBORAH HAYES                      GUIDANCE COUNSELOR
        JOSHUA HAYES                    DRIVER EDUCATION/COACH
     ROSS HOLLEYMAN                       SOCIAL STUDIES/COACH
        MONICA JAMES                       SPECIAL EDUCATION
       PATRICIA JODON                      SPECIAL EDUCATION
      DIANNE LEFLORE                               ISS

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          EMILY MASSEY                       SOCIAL STUDIES/COACH
        ROBERT MCFADDEN                       ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
          SAM MCLAURIN                        ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL
        ZEERIKA MCQUEEN                        TEACHER ASSISTANT
         RONDIE MORGAN                            MATHEMATICS
           JESSICA MOSS                              ENGLISH
              ANN NEAL                         SPECIAL EDUCATION
         JAMES NORWOOD                              PRINCIPAL
        ANTHONY PALOKAS                              SCIENCE
              GAIL PIGG                            LIBRARIAN
             JAMIE POPE                           RTI ASSISTANT
          JESSICA POSEY                              SCIENCE
          NANCY QUATES                     AP SCIENCE/SCIENCE SKILLS
         RHONDA RAWSON                       SCIENCE/ANNUAL STAFF
            JARVIS RUSH                   PHYSICAL EDUCATION/COACH
            KELLY RUSH                           SOCIAL STUDIES
            JOHN SALLIS              MATHEMATICS/ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/COACH
          REBECCA SIKES                          ENGLISH/COACH
             GWEN SIMS                            MATHEMATICS
           FANNIE SMITH                       COMPUTER/BUSINESS
           TRACY SMITH                            BOOKKEEPER
         DAVID STAFFORD                       GENERAL MUSIC/BAND
        KATHY TOWNSEND                                 ART
         VISTA TOWNSEND                       COMPUTER/BUSINESS
         MICHAEL TUCKER                                AEST
        CHRISTY VASQUEZ                  DATA CLEK/VIDEO CONFERENCE
                                                  FACILITATOR
        ELIZABETH VASQUEZ                        SOCIAL STUDIES
          CYNTHIA WARD                     SPECIAL EDUCATION/COACH
           ERICA WHITE                           FINE ARTS/BAND
          CARL WILBANKS                      SOCIAL STUDIES/COACH



                      APPENDIX H1
                        2013-2014
        LEAKE CENTRAL VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

        DATE                   OPPONENT                      PLACE
      August 23           Choctaw Central (Classic)           Home
      August 30                Leake County                   Away
     September 6                Scott Central                 Home
     September 13                 Canton                      Home
     September 20                  Union                      Away
     September 27                  Open                       TBA
      October 4              West Lauderdale*                 Away
      October 11             Noxubee County*                  Home
      October 18                 Houston*                     Home
      October 25                Kosciusko*                    Away
     November 1                 Caledonia*                    Away
** Games start at 7:00 P.M. **                      *District Games

                                2013-2014
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      LEAKE CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

         DATE                     OPPONENT                     PLACE
      September 3               Choctaw Central                 Home
      September 10                   Morton                     Home
      September 17                    Forest                    Away
      September 24            Porter Middle School-             Home
                                     Canton
                                  8th Grade Only (6:00 P.M.)

      September 30                 Scott Central               Away
          (Monday)                       (6:00 P.M.)

      October 8                Neshoba Central                 Away
      October 15                Kosciusko (No JV)              Home
      October 22             Leake County (One Game)           Home
** Games start at 5:00 P.M. unless noted **

** The football duty roster will be handed out. **



                          APPENIX H2
                            2013-2014
      LEAKE CENTRAL SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL SCHEDULE
   DATE             OPPONENT           PLACE    TIME
 August 10       Neshoba Jamboree       Away     TBA
 August 17       Kosciusko Classic      Away     TBA
 August 19            Louisville        Away  5:00 (JV)
 August 20          Leake County        Away 4:30 (V 1ST)
 August 22           Caledonia*         Home  5:00 (JV)
 August 24    Leake Central Tournament  Home     TBA
 August 26          Nanih Waiya         Home  5:00 (JV)
 August 27           Caledonia*         Away  5:30 (JV)
 August 31     Sebastopol Tournament    Away     TBA
September 3          Kosciusko*         Away  5:00 (JV)
September 5           Richland          Home  5:00 (JV)
September 7      Union Tournament       Away     TBA
September 10      Choctaw Central       Away  5:00 (JV)
September 12            Lake            Away  5:00 (JV)
September 19        Nanih Waiya         Away  5:00 (JV)

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September 24                Kosciusko*           Home           5:00 (JV)
September 28                   Union             Home           11:00 (JV)
September 30                 Noxapater           Away            5:00 (JV)
  October 1             Neshoba Central          Home            5:00 (JV)
  October 3                    Union             Away            6:00 (JV)
 October 10                  Sebasopol           Home            5:00 (JV)
 October 15            1 st Round Playoffs       TBA               TBA
 October 19           2nd Round Playoffs         TBA               TBA
 October 22         N/S State Championship       TBA               TBA
 October 26           State Championship         TBA               TBA
*Division Games

** The slow pitch softball duty roster will be handed out. **




                         APPENIX H3
                          2013-2014
             LEAKE CENTRAL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

    DATE                 OPPONENT                PLACE            TIME
 November 14                Forest                Away          6:00 (JVG)
 November 19            Velma Jackson             Away           5:00 (JV)
 November 22             Leake County             Away          5:00 (JVB)
 December 6               McAdams                 Home             6:00
December 12-14     Leake Central Tournament       Home             TBA
December 20-21    Choctaw Central Tournament      Away             TBA
  January 2-4         Morton Tournament           Away             TBA
   January 7                Forest                Home          6:00 (JVB)
 January 10           Noxubee County*             Away             6:00
 January 14           West Lauderdale*            Home          5:00 (JVG)
 January 17                Houston*               Away             6:00
 January 21               Kosciusko*              Home          5:00 (JVB)
 January 24               Caledonia*              Home             6:00
 January 28           Noxubee County*             Home             6:00
 January 31                Houston*               Home             6:00

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   February 4            West Lauderdale*         Away   5:00 (JVB)
   February 7               Caledonia*            Away      6:00
   February 11              Kosciusko*            Away   5:00 (JVG)
   February 14             Velma Jackson          Home    5:00 (JV)
February 18, 20-21      District Tournament       TBA       TBA
  February 24-25     1 st Round State Playoffs    TBA       TBA
 Feb. 27- March 1    North Half State Playoffs    TBA       TBA
    March 7-15              State Finals          TBA       TBA
  *Division Games

 ** The basketball duty roster will be handed out. **




                             APPENIX H4
                                2013-2014
        LEAKE CENTRAL FAST PITCH SOFTBALL SCHEDULE
   DATE            OPPONENT               PLACE  TIME
 February 22    Kosciusko Jamboree         Away   TBA
  March 1        Kosciusko Classic         Away   TBA
  March 6         Choctaw Central          Home 5:00 (JV)
  March 7            Sebastopol            Home 5:00 (JV)
  March 20       Noxubee County*           Home 5:00 (JV)
  March 22     Sebastopol Tournament       Away   TBA
  March 25       West Lauderdale*          Away   TBA
  March 27           Houston*              Home 5:00 (JV)
  March 29   Leake Central Tournament      Home   TBA
   April 1          Kosciusko*             Away 5:00 (JV)
   April 3       Noxubee County*           Away 5:00 (JV)
   April 4           Louisville            Away 5:00 (JV)
   April 5      Neshoba Tournament         Away   TBA
   April 8          Caledonia*             Home 5:00 (JV)
  April 10           Houston*              Away 5:30 (JV)
  April 12       Union Tournament          Away   TBA

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 April 15               Kosciusko*              Home            5:00 (JV)
 April 17         West Lauderdale*              Home            5:00 (JV)
 April 22               Caledonia*              Away            5:00 (JV)
  April 25          Choctaw Central             Away            5:00 (JV)
April 28-29            Play-In Dates            TBA               TBA
  May 2-3          1 st Round Playoffs          TBA               TBA
  May 5-6         2nd Round Playoffs            TBA               TBA
 May 9-10       N/S State Championship          TBA               TBA
 May 16-17        State Championship            TBA               TBA
*Division Games

** The fast pitch softball duty roster will be handed out. **




                               APPENIX H5
                                 2013-2014
               LEAKE CENTRAL BASEBALL SCHEDULE
  DATE                    OPPONENT                PLACE            TIME
February 22                 Louisville             Home          10:00/1:00
February 28                 Kosciusko              Away             TBA
 March 3                      Pisgah               Away          4:30/6:30
 March 8                     Morton                Away          11:00/1:00
March 12-14     Kosciusko Spring Break Tournament Away              TBA
 March 18                   Houston*               Home          5:00/7:00
 March 21                   Houston*               Away          5:00/7:00
 March 22                  Yazoo City              Home          5:00/7:00
 March 25               West Lauderdale*           Away          5:00/7:00
 March 28               West Lauderdale*           Home          5:00/7:00
 March 29                     Pisgah               Home          11:00/1:00
  April 1                  Kosciusko*              Home          5:00/7:00
  April 4                  Kosciusko*              Away          5:00/7:00
  April 5                     Union                Away          11:00/1:00
  April 8               Noxubee County*            Home             TBA
 April 11               Noxubee County*            Away             TBA
 April 12                     Union                Home          11:00/1:00

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   April 15                             Caledonia*                          Away          4:00/6:00
   April 17                             Caledonia*                          Home          4:00/6:00
   April 22                            Leake County                         Home             5:00
   April 26                            Nanih Waiya                          Away          11:00/1:00
  *Division Games

  ** The baseball duty roster will be handed out. **




                                           APPENDIX I


             PROCEDURES FOR DISTRICT, GENERAL ACTIVITY, AND ATHLETIC
                                PURCHASE ORDERS
                              Leake Central High School


1. Complete the REQUISITION listing the company’s name, address, phone number, and fax number. List
the account from which the purchase will be made (Athletic, General Activity, High School Programs, etc.)

2. Return to the Mrs. Tracy Smith to be SIGNED by Mr. Norwood.

3. AFTER you have an approved REQUISITION, it must be forwarded to the Central Office for approval.
Once the purchase order is received from the Central Office, you may then place the order.

4. When your order arrives, Mrs. Tracy Smith will check your order to make sure everything has been shipped
and is in good condition.

5. PLEASE turn invoices into Mrs. Smith. This is a MUST.

6. You MUST complete a requisition and get a purchase order for ALL purchases. This DOES include Club
Accounts.

7. If you need a check to be sent with a purchase order for a motel room, an upcoming trip, expenses,
etc., make sure you turn in the requisition 1 MONTH in advance due to the centralizing of the General
Activity and Athletic funds for the 2013-2014 school year. This change will take effect on July 1, 2013.
No checks from the General Activity or Athletic funds will be written from the Leake Central High
School office after this date. All General Activity and Athletic checks will be distributed by the Central
Office when the district distributes checks ONCE A MONTH.


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**THE SAME FORM IS USED FOR ALL REQUISITIONS**

SEE APPENDIX J BELOW FOR A REQUISITION FORM.




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                                            Appendix J

                                                                         PO#        ___________
                                    LEAKE COUNTY SCHOOL
                                          DISTRICT                       VENDOR #____________
                                      REQUISITION FORM                   Loc:       __________

SCHOOL: Leake Central High School
                                                 FUND
                     LCHS                        CODE:         _____________________________
DEPARTMENT/TEACHER/GRADE                         FUNC/OBJ:     _____________________________

REQUISITIONSED BY: _______________


                  CATALOG                                                           UNIT
QUANTITY          NUMBER                    DESCRIPTION                             COST            TOTAL
                                                                                            $0.00   $0.00
                                                                                            $0.00   $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                                                    $0.00
                                                                         SHIPPING                   $0.00
                                                                         TOTAL                      $0.00

ORDER FROM:                                      REQUISITION APPROVED BY:

___________________________
___________________________                      SUPERVISOR:   __________________________________

___________________________                      DATE:         _____________________________




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                                                             APPENDIX K

                                            2013-2014 SCHOOL CALENDAR
                                               Leake Central High School
August 1-2 ................................................................................................New Employee Orientation
August 6....................................................................................................Teachers Report
August 7-9 ................................................................................................100% Professional Development
August 12..................................................................................................First Day for Students
September 2 ..............................................................................................Labor Day Holiday-No School
September 9 ..............................................................................................Grades Due for Progress Reports
September 12 ............................................................................................Progress Reports
September 16-20.......................................................................................SATP2 Re-test
October 9-11 .............................................................................................1st Nine Weeks Test
October 14 ................................................................................................100% Professional Development-No Students
November 11 ............................................................................................Grades Due for Progress Reports
November 14 ............................................................................................Progress Reports
November 25-29 .......................................................................................Thanksgiving Holidays
December 3-9............................................................................................SATP Re-tests
December 18-20........................................................................................2nd Nine Weeks Test
December 23-31........................................................................................Christmas Break
January 1-3................................................................................................Christmas Break
January 6...................................................................................................100% Professional Development-No Students
January 7...................................................................................................Students Return
January 20.................................................................................................Martin Luther King Day-No School
February 10 ..............................................................................................Grades Due for Progress Reports
February 13...............................................................................................Progress Reports
February 17 .........                                ...Presidents’ Day Holiday-No School or Inclement
                                                    Weather Make Up Day
March 5-7..................................................................................................3rd Nine Weeks Test
March 10-14..............................................................................................Spring Break
March 17-28..............................................................................................SATP2 Re-tests/Seniors Only/Online
April 1-30..................................................................................................WIDA Testing-ELL
April 14.....................................................................................................Grades Due for Progress Reports
April 17.....................................................................................................Progress Reports
April 18.....................................................................................................Good Friday-No School
April 21 ........................................................................................................Easter Holiday-No School or Inclement Weather
                        Make Up Day
May 5-12...................................................................................................SATP State Primary Assessments
May 22 ......................................................................................................Leake Central High School Graduation
May 23-28.................................................................................................Final Exams
May 26 ......................................................................................................Labor Day Holiday-No School
May 28 ......................................................................................................Last Day for Students-60% Early Dismissal
May 29 ......................................................................................................100% Professional Development




                                                            APPENDIX L1

                                       REQUIREMENTS FOR EXEMPTIONS
                                           Leake Central High School

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 The Leake County School District will exempt students at the end of the first and second semester
 grading period only. Students may NOT be eligible for second semester exemptions unless the first
 semester average is 65 or above. Exempted students may elect to take the exam.

 Exemptions will be as follows:
     90-100 average          5 absences or less
     80-89 average           3 absences or less
     70-79 average           0 absences
     69 average-below        Not exempt


 Three days before exam week will be the last day a teacher may take a grade (except for makeup
 work). Two days prior to the exam schedule will be review days.




                                       APPENDIX M


TYPE OF ACTIVITY_______________________ STUDENT NAME_______________________

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SPONSOR SIGNATURE____________________ PARENT SIGNATURE___________________

DATE OF ACTIVITY________________________



                                    PRE-ARRANGED ABSENCE FORM
                                     Leake Central High School

Students who wish to attend any school function or educational trips must complete the following:
Get each teacher whose class you will not be attending to sign your sheet for that
period so you will not be expected for class. (Teachers will note on their grade books those of you who
have cleared with them). For a pre-arranged absence, arrange for transportation before you leave
home.
Don’t expect to use the office telephone to make these arrangements.


                             PRE-ARRANGED ABSENCES/EXEMPTIONS

1st Pd. ____________________________                   ______________________________
         Teacher Signature                              Date

2nd Pd. ____________________________                  _______________________________
         Teacher Signature                              Date

3rd Pd. ____________________________                  _______________________________
         Teacher Signature                              Date

4th Pd. _____________________________                 _______________________________
        Teacher Signature                                Date

5th Pd. ____________________________                   ______________________________
         Teacher Signature                              Date

6th Pd. ____________________________                    _______________________________
         Teacher Signature                              Date

7th Pd. ____________________________                    _______________________________
         Teacher Signature                              Date




                                         APPENDIX N
                              FACULTY EVALUATIONS
             TEACHER                                               EVALUATOR
           HOPE ANDERSON                                         LEADERSHIP TEAM
            BRUCE BURNS                                             NORWOOD

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    LISA BURNSIDE   LEADERSHIP TEAM
 ASHLEY CHANDLER    LEADERSHIP TEAM
  TANESHA COOPER    LEADERSHIP TEAM
 BROOKS CRABTREE    LEADERSHIP TEAM
   MONICA CULLEN    LEADERSHIP TEAM
      DAVID FREY    LEADERSHIP TEAM
     JOE GLASCOE    LEADERSHIP TEAM
   TERESA GORDON       NORWOOD
 TEARSANNAE HALL    LEADERSHIP TEAM
 CYNTHIA HARRELL    LEADERSHIP TEAM
     ALEX HARRIS    LEADERSHIP TEAM
  BRITTANY HARRIS   LEADERSHIP TEAM
     KELSEY HILL    LEADERSHIP TEAM
     ASHLEY HORN       NORWOOD
   DEBORAH HAYES       NORWOOD
    JOSHUA HAYES    LEADERSHIP TEAM
  ROSS HOLLEYMAN    LEADERSHIP TEAM
    MONICA JAMES    LEADERSHIP TEAM
   PATRICIA JODON   LEADERSHIP TEAM
    EMILY MASSEY    LEADERSHIP TEAM
 ROBERT MCFADDEN       NORWOOD
    SAM MCLAURIN       NORWOOD
  RONDIE MORGAN     LEADERSHIP TEAM
     JESSICA MOSS   LEADERSHIP TEAM
       ANN NEAL     LEADERSHIP TEAM
 ANTHONY PALOKAS    LEADERSHIP TEAM
   MEGAN PEEBLES    LEADERSHIP TEAM
       GAIL PIGG    LEADERSHIP TEAM
    JESSICA POSEY   LEADERSHIP TEAM
    NANCY QUATES    LEADERSHIP TEAM
  RHONDA RAWSON     LEADERSHIP TEAM
      JARVIS RUSH   LEADERSHIP TEAM
      KELLY RUSH    LEADERSHIP TEAM
      JOHN SALLIS   LEADERSHIP TEAM
   REBECCA SIKES    LEADERSHIP TEAM
       GWEN SIMS    LEADERSHIP TEAM
     FANNIE SMITH   LEADERSHIP TEAM
  DAVID STAFFORD    LEADERSHIP TEAM
 KATHY TOWNSEND     LEADERSHIP TEAM
  VISTA TOWNSEND    LEADERSHIP TEAM
  MICHAEL TUCKER    LEADERSHIP TEAM
ELIZABETH VASQUEZ   LEADERSHIP TEAM
   CYNTHIA WARD     LEADERSHIP TEAM
     ERICA WHITE    LEADERSHIP TEAM
   CARL WILBANKS    LEADERSHIP TEAM




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 APPENDIX O


TEACHER FORMS




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                                   APPENDIX O1

                               FIELD TRIP FORM
                             Leake Central High School


Teacher Name_________________________________________________


Date of Field Trip_____________________ Period(s)_________________


Number of Students: __________________________________________


Location of Field Trip: _________________________________________


Type of Transportation Needed: _________________________________


If taking a bus, the teacher is responsible for acquiring the trip ticket from the office and
notifying Mrs. Tracy Smith if a substitute is needed.

COMMENTS:
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________

Principal: __________________________________________

Date Approved: _____________________________________




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                                  APPENDIX O2

                PERMISSION TO ATTEND
TO: Patrick Posey

FROM: Leake Central High School

DATE:

Please grant permission to attend the following:
Workshop ( )         Conference ( )         Field Trip ( )

Name of Workshop, Conference, or Field Trip:


Place:

City/State:

Date(s):


Name(s) of person(s) to attend:


Funding (Title I, IDEA, FHA, BETA, etc.)


Administrator’s Signature: ____________________




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                                APPENDIX O3

                   DAILY BULLETIN ANNOUNCEMENT FORM
                           Leake Central High School


From:                                                 Date:


To:     _____Teachers   _____Students   _____Other:


ANNOUNCEMENT: (Please write legibly.)




        ______


SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS:




DATE(S) TO APPEAR IN DAILY BULLETIN:



PLEASE RETURN TO Mrs. Green.




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                                          APPENDIX O4

                        TEACHER/STAFF ACCIDENT REPORT
                             Leake Central High School

This form is to be completed at the time of an accident by the person who was injured.

Date: _________________________ Class/Period: _______________________

Person Injured: ________________________ Phone:______________________

Address: _________________________________________________________

Time: ________                              Witness: __________________________

Location of accident: _______________________________________________

Brief description of the accident/injury:_________________________________

________________________________________________________________

Action Taken:_____________________________________________________

Nature of Accident                                  *Part of Body Injured

Abrasion              Head Injury                   Abdomen        Eye            Head
Bruise                Fracture                      Ankle          Face           Knee
Burn                  Laceration                    Arm            Finger         Leg
Cut                   Puncture                      Back           Foot           Teeth
Convulsion            Shock                         Chest          Hand           Wrist
Dislocation           Sprain                        Elbow

Other: ____________________                         Other: ____________________

*Indicate left or right, if applicable.

Family member notified (if needed)? __________________________________

Signature: _______________________________________________________

Please return to Mrs. Green.




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                                       APPENDIX O5

                              STUDENT ACCIDENT REPORT
                                Leake Central High School

This form is to be completed at the time of an accident by the person in charge of the student who is
injured and/or by the person caring for the injured student.

Date: _________________________ Class/Period: _______________________

Student: _______________________________ Phone: ____________________

Address: ________________________________ Age: ________ Sex: _______

Time: ________ Grade: ________ Adult in Charge/Teacher:________________

Location of accident: _______________________________________________

Brief description of the accident/injury: ________________________________
________________________________________________________________

Action Taken: ____________________________________________________

Nature of Accident                                   *Part of Body Injured
Abrasion              Head Injury                    Abdomen        Eye            Head
Bruise                Fracture                       Ankle          Face           Knee
Burn                  Laceration                     Arm            Finger         Leg
Cut                   Puncture                       Back           Foot           Teeth
Convulsion            Shock                          Chest          Hand           Wrist
Dislocation           Sprain                         Elbow

Other: ____________________                          Other: ___________________

*Indicate left or right, if
 applicable.

Were parents notified? ______________________

Signature: __________________________
Please return to Mrs. Green.




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                                                               APPENDIX O6

                                                     STAFF ABSENCE REPORT
                                                   LEAKE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
STAFF MEMBER’S NAME                                               DATE OF REPORT                     DATE OF ABSENCE


SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER                                            SUBSTITUTE’S NAME


DIRECTIONS:           1. FILL OUT COMPLETELY AND SIGN
                      2. GIVE BACK TO MRS. TRACY


REASON FOR ABSENCE (CHECK ONE):

       PERSONAL LEAVE                                ILLNESS                               PROFESSIONAL LEAVE: SPECIFY



       JURY DUTY                                     OTHER: SPECIFY

                                                                                   PLEASE LIST THE SUBSTITUTES THAT YOU CALLED:

                                                                                      1.
Note: Substitutes are hard to get; therefore, please use discretion in taking
time off. Only 5% of certified staff would be allowed off at one time.                2.

                                                                                      3.

                                                                                      4.
EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE                                                  DATE              5.

                                                                                      6.

PRINCIPAL/SCHOOL AUTHORITY SIGNATURE DATE                                             7.
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                                APPENDIX O7
                             Substitute Teacher List
                                   2013-2014
FIRST NAME                   LAST NAME                 PHONE NUMBER
   1. GAIL                   ADAMS                     601.267.8014
   2. DOROTHY                BARTON                    601.253.2380, 601.953.8251
   3. CLARENCE               BEAMON                    601.985.8060, 601.267.9208
   4. SHONDA                 BLACK                     601.267.6189
   5. MARY                   BOLER                     601.253.0460
   6. LEONA                  BRIGHT                    601.253.2217
   7. PRISCILLA              BROWN                     662.582.7619
   8. PAMELA                 BUTLER                    601.668.9806
   9. REBECCA                DAUGHERTY                 662.289.2444, 601.416.3703
   10. BERNIE                EDWARDS                   601.267.8301, 607.559.8323
   11. WENDY                 ELLIS SALLIS              601.267.3957
   12. FREDA                 FEAZELL                   601.507.8875
   13. NELIA                 GATES                     601.267.7335
   14. YVETTE                GRAY                      601.267.3638, 601.594.0043
   15. CAROLYN               HARRIS                    601.267.4285
   16. LAWILLIAM             HOLMES, SR.               601.741.0402
   17. HELEN                 HUTCHINS                  601.267.3318
   18. AVERY                 JACKSON                   601.253.2177
   19. CORBIN                JENKINS                   601.562.2667
   20. RENEE                 KELLY                     601.862.0565
   21. CYNTHIA               KING                      769.226.2578
   22. RICARDO K.            KIRKLAND                  601.741.2131
   23. FRANCES               LACY                      601.209.2530, 601.267.4404
   24. ROBERT                MCMICHAEL                 601.504.7698
   25. PEGGY                 MILLER                    662.705.1217
   26. SYLVIA                MOORE                     601.267.9909
   27. BONNIE                SCOTT                     601.260.2934
   28. ANNA                  SMITH                     601.267.3602
   29. CYNTHIA               STUART                    601.942.5815
   30. SELOTTIE B.           THAMES                    601.253.2708
   31. KATINA                TRIPLETT-CLEMONS          601.253.4106
   32. ROSE                  WEATHERS                  601.253.2632
   33. GLORIA                WILDER                    601.267.3828
   34. CINDY                 WOOTEN                    601.672.0376




               APPENDIX O8
                                                                                    45
             LEAKE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
                 MAINTENANCE REQUEST                               FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
                                                                                Job Number
PART I: WORK REQUEST BY PRINCIPAL/ADMINISTRATOR
                                                                                 PRIORITY CODE
School __________________________________Date _____________
                                                                            _______ Urgent
                                                                            _______ Do Today
Requested By ____________________________ Room #/Office
                                                                            _______ Do When
                                                                                     Assigned
Approved By _________________________________________________
                                                                            _________________
                   (Authorization by Principal / Administrator)
                                                                            _______
Description of Request _________________________________________            Future/Summer
_______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________

                               FOR SUPERINTENDENT USE ONLY
  PART II: WORK ORDER

Assigned to _______________________________ By ________________ Date ___________ Time ______

Comments______________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________

                         FOR MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR USE ONLY
  PART III: WORK REPORT

 Job Completed By __________________________________________ Date _____________ Time ______

Explanation______________________________________________________________________________
 _______________________________________________________________________________________
 _______________________________________________________________________________________
 _______________________________________________________________________________________
 MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT SIGNATURE: ___________________________________________________

 WARNING
 Check asbestos management plan for each school or building prior to performing any work. If
 asbestos is indicated in areas assigned, contact the Maintenance Department or the County
 Superintendent of Education immediately. Do not commence any work until further advised.

REQUEST FOR MAINTENANCE BY TELEPHONE WILL BE ACCEPTED ONLY IN CASES OF EXTREME EMERGENCY.




                                           APPENDIX 09

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                                                           Leake County School District
                                                               OFFICE REFERRAL FORM
Name: ________________________________________                                                                          Location

Date: _____________________ Time: _____________                                          [ ] Commons Area                 [ ] Library
Teacher: ____________________ Grade: _________                                           [ ] Cafeteria                    [ ] Bathroom
Referring Staff: ________________________________                                        [ ] Hallway                      [ ] BUS Arrival/Dismissal
                                                                               [ ] Classroom                              [ ]Other _____________
         Minor Problem Behavior                                Major Problem Behavior                                   Possible Motivation
 [   ]   Inappropriate Language                        [   ]   Abusive Language                             [   ]   Obtain Peer Attention
 [   ]   Physical Contact                              [   ]   Fighting/Physical aggression                 [   ]   Obtain Adult Attention
 [   ]   Defiance                                      [   ]   Overt Defiance                               [   ]   Obtain Items/Activities
 [   ]   Disruption                                    [   ]   Harassment/Bullying                          [   ]   Avoid Peer(s)
 [   ]   Dress Code                                    [   ]   Dress Code                                   [   ]   Avoid Adult
 [   ]   Property Misuse                               [   ]   Tardy                                        [   ]   Avoid Task or Activity
 [   ]   Tardy                                         [   ]   Inappropriate Display Affection              [   ]   Don’t Know
 [   ]   Electronic Violation                          [   ]   Electronic Violation                         [   ]   Other _________________________
 [   ]   Other _______________________                 [   ]   Lying/Cheating
                                                       [   ]   Skipping Class
                                                       [   ]   Other ______________________
 Specific Details:__________________________________________________________________________________

                                                                Administrative Decision
 [   ]Loss of Privilege                                              [ ]Individualized instruction
 [   ]Time in Office                                                 [ ]Corporal Punishment ( _____ Licks)
 [   ]Conference with Student                                        [ ]In-School Suspension (______ hours/days)
 [   ]Parent Contact                                                 [ ]Out-of-School Suspension (______ days)
 [   ]Other _____________________________                            [ ]If checked, student cannot return to school without mandatory
                                                                      parent conference. Parent must be present at time of admittance back
 [ ]Referral to counselor Date: _____/____/201___                    to school.
 Counseled By:
 Date(s) Student suspended: FROM: _____/____/201___ TO: _____/____/201___
 Date student may return to school on: _____/____/201___
 Others involved in incident: None Peers Staff Teacher Substitute Unknown Other
 Administrator Signature: __________________________________________ Date: _________________
 Other Comments:________________________________________________________________________
 _______________________________________________________________________________________
 _______________________________________________________________________________________
 #ISS’s ______ for _______ days                              # OSS’s _______ for _______ days

 Student Signature: _______________________________________________ Date: _________________
 By signing above , the student does not have to agree with consequences nor accusations, but the knowledge of them.
                                                PARENT CONFERENCE INFORMATION:
 DATE CONFERENCE HELD: _____/____/201___
 DATE STUDENT RETURNED TO SCHOOL: _____/____/201___
 STUDENT WILL RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING CONSEQUNECE IF REFERRED AGAIN:
 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________
 Parent Signature: ________________________________________________ Date: _______________
 Attending Administrator Signature:_________________________________ Date:________________
    All minors are files with classroom teacher. Three minors are equal a major. All majors require
                        administrator consequence, parent contact, and signature.




                                                                   APPENDIX O10
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               LEAKE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
                         FUND RAISING ACTIVITY

                     LEAKE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL

    THE                                 CLUB IS PLANNING A FUND RAISING EVENT.

    THE                                  FUND RAISING ACTIVITY WILL BEGIN ON

                                   AND END ON                                     .


                                       VENDOR


THE PRODUCT/ITEM TO BE SOLD:

PRICE OF PRODUCT/ITEM BEING SOLD:


                             TOTAL ESTIMATED PROFIT
__________________________                           _____________   __________
       % PERCENT                                              $ MONEY




____________________________________            ____________________________________
CLUB SPONSOR                                          DATE

____________________________________            ____________________________________
CLUB OFFICER/PRESIDENT                                DATE

____________________________________            ____________________________________
PRINCIPAL                                             DATE

____________________________________            ____________________________________
SUPERINTENDENT                                        DATE




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                            APPENDIX O11
                                 DATE:
             REQUEST TO USE SCHOOL BUS FOR ACTIVITY TRIP
BUS DRIVER

SCHOOL

BUS NUMBER

DESTINATION

NUMBER OF PUPILS

SUPERVISING
FACULTY
DEPARTURE TIME                           AM/PM

DEPARTURE DATE

RETURN TIME                              AM/PM

RETURN DATE

SAFETY COUNCIL

ROUTE FOLLOWED




                                    ___________________________________
                                    PRINCIPAL SIGNATURE




                                                                      49
                         APPENDIX O12
                LEAKE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
                  FIXED ASSET DELETION FORM


DATE

PLEASE REMOVE THE FOLLOWING FIXED ASSETS FROM THE FIXED
ASSETS LISTING AT LEAKE CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL. THE ITEMS ARE
NOT IN WORKING ORDER AND ARE OF NO VALUE TO THE DISTRICT.

FIXED ASSET #       DESCRIPTION           SERIAL NUMBER




PLEASE TURN THIS FORM IN COMPLETED TO MRS. TRACY SMITH IN THE
FRONT OFFICE.

BLG #                         ROOM #

TEACHER SIGNATURE



                                                                50
                         APPENDIX O13
                LEAKE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
                  FIXED ASSET TRANSFER FORM


DATE

PLEASE TRANSFER THE FOLLOWING FIXED ASSETS:

FROM BLG #                    ROOM #
TO   BLG #                    ROOM #

FIXED ASSET #       DESCRIPTION           SERIAL NUMBER




PLEASE TURN THIS FORM IN COMPLETED TO MRS. TRACY SMITH IN THE
FRONT OFFICE.


TEACHER SIGNATURE




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                                         APPENDIX P

                          GRADING REPORTS AND DATES

                                 Student Grading 2013-2014

Grades Due for Progress Reports.....................................September 9, 2013
Progress Reports ............................................................September 12, 2013
End First Nine Weeks.....................................................October 9-11, 2013
Grades Due.........................................................................October 14, 2013
Parent Report Card Pick-up ...............................................October 16, 2013
Grades Due for Progress Reports...................................November 11, 2013
Progress Reports ............................................................November 14, 2013
End Second Nine Weeks...........................................December 18-20, 2013
Grades Due .....................................................................December 20, 2013
Parent Report Card Pick-up..................................................January 8, 2014
Grades Due for Progress Reports ....................................February 10, 2014
Progress Reports ..............................................................February 13, 2014
End Third Nine Weeks........................................................March 5-7, 2014
Grades Due .............................................................................March 7, 2014
Parent Report Card Pick-up..................................................March 19, 2014
Grades Due for Progress Reports ...........................................April 14, 2014
Progress Reports.....................................................................April 17, 2014
End Fourth Nine Weeks .....................................................May 23-28, 2014
Grades Due ..............................................................................May 28, 2014
Parent Report Card Pick-up.......................................................June 3, 2014




                                         APPENDIX Q

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                                     2013-2014
                              9 WEEKS TEST SCHEDULE

                          1st NINE WEEKS TEST SCHEDULE

October 9, 2013
Wednesday-2nd, 4th, and 6th period
October 10, 2013
Thursday-1st, 3rd, and 5th period
October 11, 2013
Friday-7th period
All students will attend regular classes Monday through Friday. Vo-tech tests will be given at
regular scheduled times on Tuesday, October 8, 2013. No exemptions on 1st and 3rd nine
weeks.

                          2ND NINE WEEKS TEST SCHEDULE

December 17, 2013
Tuesday-Vo-tech tests will be given at regular times
December 18, 2013
Wednesday-2nd period test-7:45-9:00
         4th period test-9:05-10:05
        6th period test-10:10-11:10
        Lunch 11:10-12:45
        Review and make up tests 12:45-2:55
December 19, 2013
Thursday-1st period-7:45-9:00
         3rd period-9:05-10:05
         5th period-10:10-11:10
         Lunch-11:10-12:45
         Review and Make up-12:45-2:55
December 20, 2013
Friday-7th period-7:45-9:00
       Make up tests-9:00-11:10
       Lunch-11:10-12:45
       Make up tests-12:45-2:55




                         9 WEEKS TEST SCHEDULE (CONT.)

                                                                                            53
                          3rd NINE WEEKS TEST SCHEDULE

March 5, 2014
Wednesday-2nd, 4th, and 6th period
March 6, 2014
Thursday-1st, 3rd, and 5th period
March 7, 2014
Friday-7th period
All students will attend regular class Monday through Friday. Vo-tech tests will be given at
regular times on Tuesday, March 4, 2014. No exemptions on 1st and 3rd nine weeks.

                          4th NINE WEEKS TEST SCHEDULE

May 22, 2014
Thursday-Vo-tech test will be given at regular times
May 23, 2014
Friday-2nd period test-7:45-9:00
        4th period test-9:05-10:05
        6th period test-10:10-11:10
        Lunch-11:10-12:45
        Make up-12:45-2:55
May 27, 2014
Tuesday-1st period test-7:45-9:00
        3rd period test-9:05-10:05
        5th period test-10:10-11:10
        Lunch-11:10-12:45
        Make up-12:45-2:55
May 28, 2014
Wednesday-7th period test-7:45-9:00
        Make up test-9:00-11:10
        Lunch-11:10-12:45
        Make up-12:45-1:05
May 29, 2014
Thursday-100% for teachers




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                                                                                     APPENDIX R
                                                                          2013-2014 Statewide Testing Calendar

                                                                                                                                      Paper?                                  Date(s)        Student Lists             Reports

                        Wed-Thur                                        New and Nearly New DTC's on Wednesday and all DTC's
DTC Training
                      Sept 4-5, 2013                                         on Thursday. Both meetings will be in Jackson.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Dec 4-5, 2013
                         Mon - Fri                                        Paper/Pencil NEW FRAMEWORK Re-testers and/or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Paper/Pencil
    SATP2               Sept. 16-20                    Mon              First Time testers who missed the May 2013 Adm. and/or          Yes                                                  Nov 13, 2013
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Nov 14, 2013
  OPTION 1          Sept. 16-17 - Eng II             Sept. 23                  any transfer students testing for the first time.    (Algebra I)                                              Paper/Pencil
  Traditional       Sept. 18 - U.S. Hist        Eng II, Hist, Alg I           (Eng.II for First time testers is Sept. 16 ONLY)      (Biology I -        Aug 29-30, 2013     Oct. 1-3, 2013   Oct 22, 2013       Electronic Posting -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        P/P
   Schedule           Sept. 19 - Alg I               & Bio I                     Online OLD FRAMEWORK Re-testers                    Online only)                                               Online
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Nov 5-6, 2013
                      Sept. 20 - Bio I                                                    (Eng. II - 1 day ONLY)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Online

                       Mon - Thur                      Fri
                                                                                                                                                                                             Nov 13, 2013       Dec 4-5, 2013 New
                       Sept. 16-19                   Sept. 20                   Online NEW FRAMEWORK Re-testers                         Yes
                                                                                                                                                                                                 New            Framework Online
                     Eng II & Alg. I             Eng II & Alg I                (ONLY change from OPTION 1 Schedule,                  (Algebra I)
                                                                                                                                                                                              Framework           Nov 14, 2013
                       Sept. 23-26                   Sept. 27                             Eng. II -2 days)                           (Biology I)
                                                                                                                                                                                                Online          Electronic Posting
                    US History & Bio I          U.S. Hist & Bio I
      SATP2
   OPTION 2
  All Re-testers       Mon - Thur                      Fri
                                                                                                                                                                                             Oct 22, 2013
      Online           Sept. 16-19                   Sept. 20                                                                           Yes                                                                       Nov 5-6, 2013
                                                                                 Online OLD FRAMEWORK Re-testers                                        Aug 29-30, 2013                          Old
(Offers an online     Eng II & Alg I             Eng II & Alg I                                                                      (Algebra I)                            Oct 1-3, 2013                         Old Framework
                                                                                         (Eng. II 1-day ONLY)                                             (LP/Braille)                        Framework
 testing window        Sept. 23-26                   Sept. 27                                                                        (Biology I)                                                                      Online
 with 2 subjects    US History & Bio I          U.S. Hist & Bio I                                                                                                                               Online
 per week over a
 2 week period)                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ;




                         Mon - Fri
                     Sept. 16-20, 2013                Mon                 Paper/Pencil NEW FRAMEWORK First Time testers                                                                      Nov 13, 2013         Dec 4-5, 2013
                    Sept. 16-17- Eng II             Sept. 23               who missed the May 2013 administration and/or any            Yes                                                      New           New Framework P/P
                    Sept. 18 - U.S. Hist        Eng II, U.S. Hist,              transfer students testing for the first time.        (Algebra I)                                              Framework           Nov 14, 2013
                      Sept. 19 - Alg I           Alg I, & Bio I                           (Eng. II - 1 day ONLY)                                                                                 P/P            Electronic Posting
                      Sept. 20 - Bio I
                                                                          Subject Area Testing Program Alternative Assessment                                               Portfolios due
                                                                        Request Form packets due in OSA no later than October 7,                                            in OSA Mon.,
  SATP2 AA             October 7th / Annually                                                                                                                                                        Apr 30, 2014 (Wed.)
                                                                         2013. Withdrawn notices are due no later than March 7,                                               March 31,

                                                                          English II Writing RETEST for students who tested
                                                                        PRIOR TO 2008-2009 only. Two expository prompts.
                                                                        English II RETESTERS who were first-time test takers          Planning
                                                                                                                                                                            Arrive in OSA
                                  Tues                       Wed       in 2008-2009. Expository and/or position papers (E/PP).          Pages                                                Jan 7, 2014
   MWAP3                                                                                                                                               Oct 3, 2013 (Thur)   NLT Oct 29,                                  NA
                              Oct 22, 2013               Oct 23, 2013 English II RETESTERS who were first time test takers in        provided in                                               (Tues)
                                                                                                                                                                             2013 (Tues)
                                                                       2009-2010 and prior to the start of the 2012-2013 school     Test Booklet.
                                                                        year. Expository/Position Paper/Response to Literature
                                                                                               (E/PP/R)
                                                                         (MS-CPAS2) Secondary 4x4 Block Only Occupation-
  MS-CPAS2                  Nov 11-14, 2013                   n/a       Specific Completers - 4-day testing window. (Site may
                                                                      choose any two consecutive days to test but additional days
                                                                                      may be requested if needed)


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                                                                                                                                                    Scratch                              Pick Up      Pass / Fail &       Student Score
      Event                Date(s)                   Make Up                                        Description                                                   Delivery Date (s)
                                                                                                                                                    Paper?                               Date(s)      Student Lists          Reports

                        Tues. - Mon.                                          Paper/Pencil NEW FRAMEWORK First-Time testers                                                                                               Mar 26-27, 2014
      SATP2             Dec. 3-9, 2013                  Tues                       for 4x4 Fall block. (Eng. II - Dec. 3 ONLY)                        Yes                                              Mar 7, 2014         Paper/Pencil
                                                      2013-2014 Statewide Testing Calendar

                                                      2013-2014 Statewide Testing Calendar
                                                                                                                        Scratch                             Pick Up       Pass / Fail &      Student Score
    Event                Date(s)            Make Up                               Description                                         Delivery Date (s)
                                                                                                                        Paper?                              Date(s)       Student Lists         Reports

                       Mon - Fri                              Paper/Pencil NEW FRAMEWORK Re-testers Seniors
    SATP2            Mar 17-21, 2014           Mon             Only (LAST OPPORTUNITY FOR SENIORS TO TEST AND              Yes                                           May 9, 2014
  OPTION 1           Mar 17-18 Eng II     Mar 24, 2014          RECEIVE SCORES BEFORE MAY 2014 GRADUATION)             (Algebra I &                                      Paper/Pencil May 30 - June 2, 2014
  Traditional        Mar 19 US Hist      Eng II, U.S. Hist,                  Eng, II- March 17 Only                      Online        Feb 25-26, 2014    Apr 1-2, 2014 April 21, 2014 Paper/Pencil May 7-8,
   Schedule            Mar 20 Alg I       Alg I, & Bio I        Online OLD FRAMEWORK for ALL Retesters (not            Biology I)                                          Online          2014 Online
                       Mar 21 Bio I                                restricted to seniors) Eng. II March 17 Only

                       Mon - Thurs             Fri                                                                                                                        May 10, 2014 May 30 - June 2, 2014
                        Mar 17-20         Mar 21, 2014                                                                                                                                   New Framework
                                                              Online NEW FRAMEWORK for ALL Online Re-testers                                                                  New
                    Eng II & Alg I Mar    Eng II & Alg I                                                                                                                                      Online
                                                                      (not restricted to seniors) Eng. II - 2 days                                                         Framework
                           24-27              Mar 28                                                                                                                                      May 12, 2014
                                                                                                                                                                             Online
                      US Hist & Bio I    U.S. Hist & Bio I                                                                                                                              Electronic Posting



                                                                                                                          Yes
     SATP2
                                                                                                                       (Algebra I)
   OPTION 2
  All Retesters        Mon - Thurs             Fri                                                                     (Biology I)
                                                                                                                                                                          April 21, 2014
      Online            Mar 17-20         Mar 21, 2014                                                                                                                                        May 7-8, 2014
                                                              Online OLD FRAMEWORK for ALL Online Retesters                                                                    Old
(Offers an online      Eng II & Alg I     Eng II & Alg I                                                                               Feb 25-26, 2014    Apr 1-2, 2014                       Old Framework
                                                                  (not restricted to seniors) Eng. II - One day Only                                                       Framework
 testing window         Mar 24-27             Mar 28                                                                                                                                              Online
                                                                                                                                                                             Online
 with 2 subjects      US Hist & Bio I    U.S. Hist & Bio I
 per week over a
 2 week period)




                       Mon - Thur
                                                Fri           Paper/Pencil NEW FRAMEWORK for FIRST-TIME                                                                                    May 30 - June 2, 2014
                      Mar 17 Eng II
                                          Mar 21, 2014        TESTERS who are Seniors Only (LAST OPPORTUNITY              Yes                                             May 10, 2014     Paper/Pencil May 12,
                      Mar 18 US Hist
                                         Eng II, U.S. Hist,    FOR SENIORS TO TEST AND RECEIVE SCORES BEFORE           (Algebra I)                                        Paper/Pencil       2014 Electronic
                       Mar 19 Alg I
                                          Alg I, & Bio I           MAY 2014 GRADUATION) Eng. II Mar. 17 Only                                                                                     Posting
                       Mar 20 Bio I




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                                                                 2013-2014 Statewide Testing Calendar
                                                                                                                                      Scratch                               Pick Up      Pass / Fail &   Student Score
    Event               Date(s)                        Make Up                               Description                                            Delivery Date (s)
                                                                                                                                      Paper?                                Date(s)      Student Lists      Reports
    English
  Language                           Apr 1-30, 2014                                   WIDA ACCESS for ELLs ®                             No            Mar 25, 2014        May 5, 2014       NA           July 7-9, 2014
  Proficiency
                                                                        MS Career Planning Assessment System, Second Edition
                                                                          (MS-CPAS2) Secondary 4x4 Block Only Occupation-
  MS-CPAS2                        Apr 7- May 1, 2014                   Specific Completers - Three-week testing window. (Site may
                                                                       choose any two consecutive days to test but additional days
                                                                                      may be requested if needed)

    MST2               Mon-Thur                          Fri                                                                                       May 5-9, 2014 (Online
                                                                                                Grade 8                                 Yes                                   NA              TBD: NLT July 15, 2014
   ONLINE          Apr 28-May 1, 2014                 May 2, 2014                                                                                       Window)



    MST2              Mon-Thur                           Fri                                                                                       May 5-9, 2014 (Online
                                                                                                Grade 5                                 Yes                                   NA              TBD: NLT July 15, 2014
   ONLINE            May 5-8, 2014                    May 9, 2014                                                                                       Window)



                      Mon-Fri                                          Paper/Pencil NEW FRAMEWORK First Time test takers
                                                        Mon                                                                                                                                              July 17-18, 2014
     SATP2          May 5-6- Eng II                                       for ONLY 4x4 Spring Block or Traditional Schedule
                                                   May 12, 2014                                                                                                            May 14-16,                    New Framework
All paper/pencil    May 7 -US Hist                                                     (Eng. II- 1 day ONLY)                          Algebra I       Apr 15-16, 2014                    July 3, 2014
                                                  Eng II, U.S. Hist,                                                                                                         2014                           July 7, 2014
     Testers         May 8 - Alg I                                         Paper/Pencil NEW FRAMEWORK Re-testers
                                                   Alg I, & Bio I                                                                                                                                        Electronic Posting
                     May 9 - Bio I                                                       (Eng. II - 2 days)


                     Tues - Reading
                     May 13, 2014
                                                                                                                                     Yes and/or
                     Wed - Writing                        Fri                                                                                                              May 20-22,
    MCT2                                                                                       Grades 3-8                            graph paper      Apr 21-25, 2014                    June 27, 2014   July 14-18, 2014


                     May 14, 2014                     May 16, 2014                                                                   (Math Only)                              2014
                   Thurs - Math May
                        15, 2014




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