Introduction Non-discrimination policy Affirmative Action Mission Statement Sumner-Fredericksburg High School Mission Statement Educational Goals and Expected Student Outcomes School Colors, Mascot, & Song Jurisdictional and Behavioral Expectations Statement Definitions School Fees Emergency Forms Attendance College Visits Early Release Emergency Closings International Students Open Campus Administration of Medication Asbestos Notification Communicable and Infectious Diseases Emergency Drills Health Screening Homeless Youth Illness or Injury at School Immunizations Insurance and Hawk-I Insurance for Children Physical Examinations Physical Restraint of Students School Day School Nurse Sexual Abuse and Harassment of Students by Employees Wellness Student Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Student Participation in Non-School Athletics Scholarship Rules Starting Dates Music and Speech Scholarship Eligibility Good Conduct Rule Activity Bus Activity Tickets Assemblies Dances and Social Functions Selection of Class Officers and Student Senate Members Field Trips Funds and Fund Raising Open Gym During Non-School Hours Student Senate Sunday Activities and Family Night Activities Use of School District Facilities by Student Organizations Introduction Care of School Property Cheating Dress Code Driving and Biking to School/Use of Skate Boards and Rollerblades Dual Enrollment Students Electronic/Technological Devies/Cell Phones Grievance Procedure (Student Complaints) Hall Passes Harassment (includes hazing and initiations) Illegal Items Found in School or in Student's Possession Internet (Use of Educational Technology)Locker Room Privacy Posting of Information Student Suspension Student Lockers and Desks Student Publications Student Searches Theft Threats Tobacco/Nicotine-Free Environment Academic Honors Academic Enrollment Requirement Academic Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Adding/Dropping Courses Articulated Courses Career Education Commencement Contracted Classes Credit Credit Outside of the Classroom Credit Requirements for High School Graduation Cumulative Grade Point Averages Diploma Driver Education Early Graduation Global Education Grade Level and Homeroom Classification Grade Reports and Incompletes Grades and Grade Points Homework Human Growth and Development/Health Education Independent Study Instructional Materials and Strategies Iowa Communications Network (ICN) Classes Multicultural Gender Fair Program Parent Involvement Performance Testing Physical Education Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Registration Trimester Tests/Projects Standardized Tests and Surveys Talented and Gifted Education Teachers and Paraprofessionals - Highly Qualified notice to parents Announcements Awards Buses and Other School District Vehicles Cafeteria (School Lunch) Citizenship Guidance Program Inspection of Educational Materials Legal Status of Students Lost and Found Library Non-Resident Students Student or Building Assistance Team Telephone Use During the School Day Visitors/Guests This handbook is meant to provide information about the organization and practices of Sumner-Fredericksburg High School as set forth by the Board of Education and Administration necessary for efficient operation of the school.It is meant to help students plan their high school curriculum.
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Students who feel they have been discriminated against are encouraged to report it to the school district Affirmative Action Coordinator. Parents wanting access to this process should contact Mr. Committed to continued excellence in lifelong learning, leadership, and character. Students may not use abusive language, profanity or obscene gestures or language.All personnel, in a positive professional manner, prepare all students academically, socially, and behaviorally for life after high school Navy Blue, Hunter Green, Vegas Gold Cougars On Cougars, on to victory! Whether we win or lose tonight, we won't go down in shame, We'll always have our honor and our name! The handbook and school district policies, rules and regulations are in effect while students are on school grounds, school district property or on property within the jurisdiction of the school district; while on school-owned and/or school-operated buses or vehicles or chartered buses; while attending or engaged in school activities; and while away from school grounds if the misconduct directly affects the good order, efficient management and welfare of the school district or involves students or staff.School district policies, rules and regulations are in effect 12 months a year.A violation of a school district policy, rule, regulation or student handbook may result in disciplinary action and may affect a student's eligibility to participate in extracurricular activities whether the violation occurred while school was in session or while school was not in session.
Students are expected to comply with and abide by the school district's policies, rules, regulations and student handbook.
Students who fail to abide by the school district's policies, rules, regulations and student handbook may be disciplined for conduct which disrupts or interferes with the education program; conduct which disrupts the orderly and efficient operation of the school district or school activity; conduct which disrupts the rights of other students to obtain their education or to participate in school activities; or conduct which interrupts the maintenance of a disciplined atmosphere.