CHIPMAN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 2905 EISSLER STREET BAKERSFIELD, CA 93306 (661) 631-5210 1. Welcome Letter 2. Notice to 7th Grade Students 3. Schedule (Sample) 4. Schedule of Classes/Fog Delays 5. Homeroom 6. Daily Wire 7. Binder Policy 8. Textbooks 9. Homework 10. Report Cards/Student Progress Reports 11. Awards/Student of the Month 12. How to Get Involved At Chipman 13. Student Government 14. School Library 15. Physical Education 16. After School Sports 17. Absences 18. Student Discipline 19. Tardiness 20. Noon Detention/After School Detention 21. Dress Code 22. Dress, Grooming, and Conduct 23. Hall Passes 24. Lunch Permits 25. Cafeteria 26. Valuables, Backpacks, Purses 27. Items to Leave At Home 28. Bicycles 29. School Office 30. Use of Office Telephone 31. Medication Policy 32. Safe School Bus Behavior 33. Video and Audio Recording 34. Student Rights & Responsibilities 1. WELCOME TO CHIPMAN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL! We are known as the CHARGERS and our school colors are red, white & blue. We hope that you will always be proud that you are a Chipman Junior High School Charger. Please show pride by respecting the school and following school rules. With your help, we can and will continue to be a great school. The primary goal at Chipman is to provide the best possible learning experience for every student. Please remember that you’re here to learn and our teaching staff is here to help you. Do the best that you can and ask for help when you need it. Enjoy the clubs, teams and special activities offered here. Together we can insure another successful year for all of us here at Chipman Junior High School. Russ Taylor Principal, Chipman Jr. High School 2 2. TO ALL INCOMING 7TH GRADE STUDENTS AND THEIR PARENTS: During the week of August 4, 2008, you will receive a postcard in the U.S. Mail with information regarding the first day of school, Monday, August 18, 2008. Students will be assigned an Advisory class; this room will be your “Homeroom” for the year. Students from all of our “feeder” elementary schools will make up this group. The advisory classes will be posted on the office window after 4:00 p.m. on the Friday before school resumes (8/15/08). All students will receive their daily class schedules during their Homeroom on the first day of school – August 18th. This period will be longer than usual so that schedules can be reviewed and questions answered. In this handbook for students and parents, we have tried to discuss some of the most frequently asked questions. If you find, after looking this handbook over, that you have other questions, please feel free to call the school office. We want your two years at Chipman to be not only good ones for academic growth, but also good ones for you socially. You will find many people here who will be willing to help you if problems arise. Your teachers, of course, will always be here. But don’t forget your friends in the office. Principal Vice Principal Counselor Campus Supervisor You will always find their office doors open. 3. SAMPLE SCHEDULE 1. Five Basic Subjects, including Science. 2. Physical Education alternates with Elective. 3. Exploratory Subjects (Consumer Ed., Choir, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Orchestra, Music Appreciation). Period Subject Room Teacher 1. Homeroom/Reading 660 Mrs. Doolittle 2. English 930 Mrs. Doolittle 3. Math 310 Ms. McGinnis 4. So. Science 970 Ms. O’Dell 5. Life Science 240 Mrs. Leslie 6. Physical Education/ 440 Mr. Weinmann Elective (Consumer Ed/Choir/Sym. Band/ Orchestra – One Only) 3 4. REGULAR SCHEDULE OF CLASSES (Subject to change) 7:40 – 8:38 Homeroom/Period 1 8:41 – 9:32 Period 2 9:32 – 9:40 Recess 9:43 – 10:34 Period 3 10:37 –11:28 Period 4 11:28 - 12:12 Lunch 12:15 - 1:06 Period 5 1:09 - 2:00 Period 6 2:00 - 2:45 Teacher time with no student contact Period 1 and Homeroom 58 minutes Other Periods 51 minutes Passing between classes 3 minutes each Recess 8 minutes Lunch 44 minutes Planning 45 minutes FOG DELAYS All Bakersfield City Schools will be in operation at their regularly scheduled starting time during the fog season. Delays of school bus services will continue when conditions of low visibility occur. Students who ride school buses can expect two-hour delays in the operation of buses when foggy weather conditions exist. REGARDLESS OF WHAT ACTION OTHER KERN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS TAKE IN RESPONSE TO FOGGY WEATHER CONDITIONS, THE DELAY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE BAKERSFIELD CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT APPLY ONLY TO THE MORNING PICK-UP TIME OF STUDENTS WHO RIDE DISTRICT BUSES. SCHOOLS WILL OPEN FOR OPERATION AT THEIR REGULAR STARTING TIMES. 5. HOMEROOM All students are assigned to a teacher who will act as ―an advisor.‖ Students report to their Homeroom each morning for attendance and announcements and first period class. The Homeroom also represents a section of government within the school. It is the place where decisions on school problems can be reached, opinions can be voiced, Student Council matters discussed, school spirit promoted, advice and guidance may be secured, and important school information is obtained. 4 6. DAILY WIRE Everyday this bulletin will be read to you during Homeroom. Each teacher receives a copy. It contains information about club meetings, sports practices after school, special events, and anything else students should know or be reminded about. It is your responsibility to know what is in the Daily Wire. 7. BINDER AND ORGANIZER POLICY We feel that if a student is prepared when he/she enters the classroom their chance of success is greatly improved. Every student at Chipman will be required to carry a hardcover three ring binder (no Peechee Folders), paper, pencils, pen and pencil pouch. The binder should include dividers for each of their subject areas. 8. TEXTBOOKS It is our desire to make textbooks available to students for use throughout the entire school year, or on a day-to-day basis for homework assignments. Since textbooks represent a considerable investment of tax dollars, parents will be asked to sign a textbook loan agreement that will show the price for books that are assigned for their child’s use. In the event that the books are not returned, parents will be expected to pay the replacement price. Students will also be expected to pay for defaced or damaged books. WE WILL BE UNABLE TO RELEASE REPORT CARDS UNTIL ALL DEBTS ARE CLEARED. 9. HOMEWORK Students can expect more homework in junior high school than they had in elementary school. You will be expected to make arrangements with your teachers to come in before or after school to make up assignments after absences or to seek extra help and explanations when you need it. It is suggested that you set aside at least ONE HOUR each evening for uninterrupted study. 10. REPORT CARDS/STUDENT PROGRESS REPORT Report cards will be sent home at the end of each semester (2 times during the year.) Semester mid-term grades will be given to each student in the form of a Student Progress Report. These forms are identical to the regular report card. Two copies are provided. Both copies are sent home with the student. The parent copy is to be returned to the homeroom teacher after the parent has signed the report card. Parent-teacher conferences may be scheduled in order 5 to set up a program of help for the student. Report cards will be held for outstanding debts, lost or overdue library books, textbooks and damaged books. Parents should not live by the old adage: ―No new is good news.‖ They are encouraged to make inquiries at any time and are always welcome on campus. Please check into the office first. 11. AWARDS Awards are presented at the end of each year to students who have earned recognition. Recognition is given for outstanding achievement, service, sports and arts. Eighth grade students will be screened each year to determine the winners of awards given by various organizations in our community. There are also other awards presented to the outstanding students in both 7th and 8th grades in the different subject areas. 12. HOW TO GET INVOLVED AT CHIPMAN Band/Orchestra School Site Council/School Chorus Advisory Committees After School Tutoring (as assigned) Oral Language Festival Science Fair After School Athletics Math Counts Team Library Helpers Student Council Migrant Education Flag Team Spelling Bee All Students are encouraged to get involved with one or more clubs or extra activities. This is part of a well-rounded education for middle level students. Meetings and try-outs are always announced in the Daily Wire. After School Activities – Students must make prior arrangements with their parents if they plan to stay after school and take part in an activity or club. NO STUDENT MAY RETURN TO CAMPUS AFTER SCHOOL HOURS. ONCE YOU LEAVE YOU MAY NOT RETURN TO TAKE PART IN AN AFTER SCHOOL CLUB OR ACTIVITY. THIS INCLUDES GAMES VS. OTHER SCHOOLS. 6 13. STUDENT GOVERNMENT Student government is an important phase of school life. All students are members of the student body organization. The Student Council guides our student government. It consists of your elected officers and elected representative from each of the Homerooms. This body governs the student organization and plans most of the Student Body activities with the approval of the Principal. 14. SCHOOL LIBRARY The library has over 19,000 books for student, teacher and parent use. There are computers available for student use. The library has an electronic card catalog, which allows students to access Library Media Center materials using computers. Students are able to search by author, title, subject, and key words. The library hours are 7:00 – 3:00 daily. Students are encouraged to take care of their library needs before school, at recess, at lunch recess, or after school. Students use Chipman I.D. cards to check out books. The library uses student workers. Library workers are chosen by the library media teacher during the first two weeks of school. Students applying to be library workers must fill out an application signed by a parent the first week of the school year. Parent volunteers are always welcome. 15. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Physical Education is a required class just as mathematics and English. Gym clothes are not required, but suitable clothing (including shoes) is needed for participation. Athletic shoes are required for running and other physical activity. Students not appropriately dressed for P.E. will be assigned other activities, which may include walking the track, or written assignments. P.E. excuses need to be taken care of before school. Parents may request their student not participate in P.E. from one to three days due to illness or injury. A doctor’s note is required for periods beyond three days. 16. AFTER SCHOOL SPORTS All students have the opportunity to try out for and participate in our after school athletics program. FALL – Flag Football (Boys) and Volleyball (Girls) FALL – Cross Country (Boys & Girls) WINTER – Soccer (Boys & Girls Teams) WINTER – Basketball (Boys & Girls Team) EARLY SPRING – Track (Boys & Girls Teams) SPRING – Softball (Boys & Girls Teams) 7 In order to qualify to be on our teams, a student must have at least a ―C‖ average (2.0 grade point average) and no ―F’s)‖ in conduct. These teams play in a league against the other nine junior highs and middle schools in the Bakersfield City School District. Bus transportation is provided following practice each day for students who participate in our after school programs and rides the bus to school. Team members only are transported via school bus to games taking place on other campuses. Students with parents are welcome to watch games with other schools. Game time is 2:45– 3:45 p.m. The after school sports program is a competitive league. Teams may also participate in designated tournaments. THEIR PARENT OR GUARDIAN MUST ACCOMPANY STUDENTS WISHING TO STAY AFTER SCHOOL TO WATCH A GAME. 17. ABSENCES For your convenience, we have a 24-hour message phone to report your student’s absence. The telephone number is 631-4908. Please report the following information: Your name Your child’s name and homeroom Your telephone number Reason for the absence, and if possible, how long. 18. STUDENT DISCIPLINE At Chipman, we believe that every student has the right to learn, every teacher has the right to teach, and we all have the responsibility to respect this. Good student discipline requires awards and reinforcement for appropriate behavior just as it requires consequences for inappropriate behavior. Our purpose is to maintain a warm positive school climate in which we celebrate student successes in learning. Therefore, all students will… 1. Show courtesy and respect for others. 2. Not disrupt the learning process. 3. Show respect for property. 4. Be on time, ready to work, and stay on task until finished. 5. Use safe conduct at all times. 6. Refrain from consumption of unauthorized food or drink in class. 7. Not chew gum on campus at any time. 8. Adhere to the District and school dress code. 8 19. TARDINESS Tardiness at any time will not be condoned. Pupils should be in the classrooms, in their seats, and prepared for work at the time the tardy bell rings. “Prepared” means that you have materials necessary for class, i.e. paper, pencil and 3-ring binder. One-minute tardies to school are subject to after school detention. Students who are tardy more than three times to any class will be referred to noon detention. The only excused tardies are to the doctor, dentist, funeral or illness that has been verified by a parent. To excuse a doctor or dentist tardy the student must arrive to school with a note from their office. 20. NOON DETENTION/AFTER SCHOOL DETENTION Noon Detention – Will be assigned by office staff. After School Detention – only assigned by the office staff. It is held from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. after school. Transportation will be provided for students who normally ride the bus. Parents are notified of after school detention either by note or verbally. 21. DRESS CODE The following Dress Code was established to meet the California Educational Code. Students are expected to wear clothes that meet acceptable standards in safety, health, and neatness. Extremes in dress or grooming that cause undue attention or become a disruptive influence in the classroom are not allowed. OUR HOPE IS THAT WHEN A STUDENT LEAVES FOR SCHOOL IN THE MORNING THEIR FAMILY WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE STUDENT’S APPEARANCE. 1. Shorts and skirts may not be shorter than arm’s length. 2. Strapless and halter dresses, blouses, body suits or crop tops are definitely NOT acceptable for school wear. The mid-section or stomach area is to be completely covered. 3. Shirts are to be buttoned when worn. 4. Shoes must be worn and considered safe at all times. Due to safety, sandals must have back straps. Thongs (or the like) are forbidden. 5. Armbands, insignias, or buttons which are libelous, obscene, scandalous, or otherwise disruptive will not be permitted on campus. 6. Bandannas, caps, hats, beanies, or headgear of any kind are not to be worn to school. 9 7. Only factory printing is acceptable on clothing items. Gothic/Old English Script or personalization is not allowed. No airbrushed shirts are allowed. No names on shirts/blouses. Also clothing that is determined disruptive will not be allowed. 8. Sagging pants are not allowed at school. Pants must be hemmed, not frayed, and the length may not extend beyond the bottom of the shoe. 9. Marks, symbols or writing on the arms, hands, and legs are not acceptable. Any tattoos must be covered at school. No body piercing (except earrings). 10. Off color hair tones are not allowed. Natural hair coloring is tolerated for dyed hair colors. 11. All issues related to dress, grooming and appearance considered disruptive to the educational process will not be permitted on campus. Inappropriate Clothing 1. Tops – spaghetti strap, strapless, crop (midriff skin showing). 2. Shorts may not be shorter than arm’s length – or have splits on side seams. 3. Sagging/baggy pants – pants must fit and be no more than one size larger than waist and the length may not extend beyond the bottom of the shoe. 4. Any clothing determined to be gang related will not be allowed. 5. Pajama like clothing. 6. Body piercing, other than ear piercing. 7. Pants/shorts with holes that are above arms length. 22. DRESS, GROOMING, AND CONDUCT Positive conduct and maintaining good personal hygiene at school can help you to work successfully with your fellow students and school personnel. Use these positive actions daily and see the great effect they have on yourself and those around you. 23. HALL PASSES During class time students are expected to have a hall pass from their teacher when they are not in the classroom. Students are expected to use the restroom before school, during recess, and at lunch. If there is a problem with this please contact the school office. Passes can be given during class for emergencies only at the discretion of the teacher in order to minimize class disruption and maximize student learning. 10 24. LUNCH PERMITS Lunch passes will be given to those students leaving campus, to go home only, during the lunch period. A form explaining the rules and tardy procedure must be signed by the parent and the student, and be on file in the school office. Parents wishing to take their student to lunch must come into the office and sign the student out. The student must return to school before the end of the lunch period, or be assigned noon detention the following day. STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO GO HOME WITH FRIENDS. 25. CAFETERIA FIRST WEEK OF SCHOOL - If the student is from another Bakersfield City School and the student was on a free or reduced lunch, they will be allowed free or reduced meals for the first 20 days. A NEW APPLICATION FOR FREE OR REDUCED MEALS MUST BE FILLED OUT EACH YEAR. All students must use their Student ID Card in the breakfast, lunch and A-la-carte line. The ID cards have their picture, name, SID number and bar code. Students may pre-purchase meals before school or during recess. To help the serving line move more efficiently money is NOT accepted during serving time. Pre- purchased meals are entered into students accounts daily. Meals are deducted from student’s account when card is scanned. Any student without their I.D. card may eat, but must wait in the ―no card line‖. Students will be allowed to borrow or charge, but may do so only two (2) times. After that, they will be given an alternate meal, in which the main dish is replaced with an alternate. These must also be paid for. Student lunches are $1.30 and breakfast is $.50. Reduced price lunch is $.40, breakfast is $.30. Our cafeteria also serves A-la-carte lunch items. If a student does not wish to eat the regular lunch, there are other food items to choose. A-la-Carte is sold on cash only basis. No charges will be allowed. 26. VALUABLES, BACKPACKS, PURSES Students should be very careful with their backpacks, purses, and valuables. Large sums of money are not needed at school and should not be brought by students. Should you lose your personal property report it immediately to your teacher or the office. A lost and found area is located in the office. ALL STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN THINGS. 11 27. ITEMS TO LEAVE AT HOME Cell Phones Skateboards/Rollerblades Electronic Items Radios/Walkman Grinding Shoes Cameras Pagers Toys/Stuffed Animals Frisbees C.D’s Blankets Collectable Cards Permanent Markers (Sharpies) MP3 Players Laser Pointers These items and others that are similar are to be left at home. It is our experience that they cause disturbances and pose temptation for others. Items of this type will be collected, kept in the office and returned at a later time. In some instances the student may face disciplinary action and the parent or guardian may be requested to pick up the item in question. Permanent markers (sharpies) will not be returned. 28. BICYCLES Students may ride bicycles to school. They must be locked INDIVIDUALLY inside the bike rack. The school cannot be responsible for loss or theft of bikes. California law states that helmets must be worn. 29. SCHOOL OFFICE Students may come to the office ONLY if they have a PASS FROM ONE OF THEIR TEACHERS to conduct school business, or if they are ill or injured. First aid is provided for students who incur scratches, small cuts, or other minor medical problems. A place is provided in the office for students to rest who are ill or injured and are waiting for someone to take them home. THE SCHOOL OFFICE IS NOT A PLACE TO LOITER OR VISIT WITH FRIENDS!! 30. USE OF THE OFFICE TELEPHONES Office telephones are available to students for EMERGENCY USE ONLY. Any student who requests the use of the telephone will be asked to state the specific purpose. Personal calls which students feel are emergencies can usually wait until after school and made from home. Office personnel will determine if the student request is an emergency. 12 31. MEDICATION POLICY School authorities may not dispense any medicine, even aspirin (Tylenol). However, if a student needs to take required medication, for an extended period of time, the parent must bring the medication to the school office in the prescription container, with a District medical waiver completed and signed by the doctor. For intermittent use of medicine the parent will need to dispense the medicine to the student. 32. SAFE SCHOOL BUS BEHAVIOR Students shall obey the bus driver at all times and show respect for their authority. Students shall be truthful and give proper identification to the bus driver upon request. Students shall not attempt to ride the bus after receiving a ―no ride‖ penalty. Students shall not use profane language or obscene gestures. Students shall not engage in any abusive bodily contact, slapping, poking, shoving, and pulling hair, etc., with other students while waiting in line or while loading or unloading the buss. Students shall remain in their seats at all times. At no time shall students put any part of their bodies out of bus windows. Students shall not throw objects in the bus, at the bus or out the windows. Students shall not create any excessive noise or distractions. Students shall not smoke, light matches or cigarettes, eat, drink or chew gum while standing in line or while riding the bus. Students shall not bring any live animals, insects, glass objects, or helium balloons on the bus. Students shall not tamper with bus radios or controls, or open or close any doors, emergency exits or windows without consent of the bus driver. Students shall not damage or deface the bus or any other school property. Students shall not eat or drink on the bus or have food or beverage on bus. CHIPMAN JUNIOR HIGH BUS REFERRAL POLICY FIRST OFFENSE: DRIVER REPRIMAND OF STUDENT. SECOND OFFENSE: BUS REFERRAL TO SCHOOL-CONFERENCE WITH ADMINISTRATOR/COUNSELOR. WARNING LETTER SENT HOME WITH STUDENT TO BE SIGNED BY PARENT AND RETURNED TO THE SCHOOL. THIRD OFFENSE: BUS REFERRAL TO SCHOOL-FIVE (5) DAY SUSPENSION FROM THE BUS. PARENT NOTIFIED. FOURTH OFFENSE: BUS REFERRAL TO SCHOOL-TEN (10) DAY SUSPENSION FROM THE BUS. PARENT NOTIFIED. FIFTH OFFENSE: BUS REFERRAL TO SCHOOL—FIFTEEN (15) DAYS SUSPENSION FROM BUS. PARENT NOTIFIED. 13 SIXTH OFFENSE: EXCLUSION FROM BUS. LOSS OF BUS RIDING PRIVILEDGES FINAL PARENT NOTIFICATION. NOTE: A STUDENT MAY BE EXCLUDED FROM THE BUS AT ANY TIME FOR BEHAVIOR, WHICH IS DANGEROUS OR CAUSES INJURY OR IS LISTED IN THE BCSD DISCIPLINE CODE UNDER BEHAVIOR B THROUGH E. 33. VIDEO AND AUDIO RECORDING Chipman Junior High School has reasonably determined that video surveillance in the open and public areas of the school is necessary to help protect the health and safety of students, staff, visitors, and community members. Chipman Junior High School has adopted video surveillance as a component of its Comprehensive School Safety Plan. Procedures for implementing video surveillance at Chipman Junior High School are outlined in Board Policy 300.42, entitled Video and Audio Recording. 34. STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Students have the right to: 1. A meaningful education that will be of value to them for the rest of their lives 2. The maintenance of high education standards. The maximum potential of the student must be developed. 3. A meaningful curriculum. 4. Physical safety and protection of personal property. 5. Safe buildings, sanitary facilities, and peaceful campuses. 6. Access to teachers, counselors, administrators, and anyone else connected with the school. 7. Free election of their peers in the student government (as per candidacy guidelines) and the right to seek and hold office. 8. Participation in the development of classroom rules and regulations to which they are subject and the right to be notified of such rules and regulations. 9. Be involved in school activities of they so desire without being subject to discrimination on the basis of national origin, ancestry, color, age, gender, race, disability, and/or religion. 14 10. Not be penalized in any way by the school administration for the beliefs they hold provided they do not violate the rights of others. 11. Respect from students and adults, which would exclude their being subjected to corporal punishment or any other cruel and unusual punishments, especially those which are demeaning or derogatory, or which diminish their self-esteem, or exclude them form their peer. 12. Privately present their own side of the story when accused of wrong doing. 13. Exercise their constitutionally protected rights of free speech and assembly on their own campus so long as they do mot interfere with the operation of the regular school program. However, students must refrain from any distribution or display of materials that are obscene according to the current legal definitions, that are libelous, or slanderous, of that advocate the commission of unlawful acts. California State Education Code Section 4897 states the rights of the students to: A. Wear political buttons, armbands, or any other badges of symbolic expression. B. Use bulletin boards designated by the Principal. C. Distribute political leaflets, newspapers, or other printed materials provided, however, the time of such distribution may be limited to before and after school, during lunch, or other free periods so as to prevent interference with classroom activities. D. Form political and social organizations. E. Determine their own appearances of that appearance: (1) is not disruptive to the learning process in the classroom, (2) is not unsafe, (3) does not prohibit full participation in the program, (4) does not indicate gang association, or (5) does not relay drug- related messages. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES 1. It is the student’s responsibility: To be prompt to school and to class. Not to be absent from school without parent’s knowledge and consent. Not to leave a classroom without teacher’s permission. Not to leave campus without school permission. 15 2. It is the student’s responsibility: To be prepared for class with appropriate materials. To participate in class activities. To follow classroom procedures. To complete assignments, including assigned homework. To meet proficiency standards To progress toward promotion and/or graduation requirements. 16 3. It is the student’s responsibility: To demonstrate cooperation and responsible behavior in the classroom and at school activities, To show respect for staff members, teachers, adult supervisors, classified employees, guest speakers, substitute teachers, and other students. To learn and carry out the rules and regulations prescribed in the school handbook. To use proper mannerisms and channels of communication to resolve conflicts. To respect the property of others. To be honest. To use acceptable language. To show concern for the welfare of the school and student body. To have pride in one’s work and the work of others. Not to use rudeness, defiance, or disrespectful words or gestures. 4. It is the student’s responsibility: To keep the campus clean and free from liter. To keep the restrooms clean. To keep the walls of your campus free from writing, carvings or slogans. To keep all equipment, desks, and books free from being defaced or damaged. To keep loiterers away by reporting them to the proper authorities. To use school property only when permission is granted. To follow check-out procedures for school equipment. To safeguard and use school equipment properly. To return school equipment promptly and in good condition. 5. It is the student’s responsibility: To take home all information sheets and printed material. To return to school all requested forms. To ask visitors to report to the school office. To dress and groom appropriately. Not to give false identification, nor practice forgery. Not to violate rules and regulations prescribe in the student handbook. Reference: EDUCATION CODE 35183 Dress Codes and school uniforms 35294.1 School safety plans 48907 Student exercise of free expression AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990 (PL 101-336) CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, DECLARATION OF RIGHTS BOARD POLICY 300.41; 605.1; and 605.2.
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