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Before each class begins there is a warning bell to inform students they have one minute before the tardy bell will ring.
7:40am - 8:40am
8:45am - 9:41am
9:46am - 10:42am
10:42am - 11:12am 7th 4th hour 11:17am - 12:13pm 8th 4th hour 10:47am - 11:43am 8th LUNCH 11:43am - 12:13pm 5th hour 12:18pm - 1:14pm 6th hour 1:19pm - 2:16pmDRESS CODE - STUDENTSIt is the intent to permit students to dress according to current fashions and at the same time restricts extremes and indecencies which distract disrupt the main purpose of the educational program. Due to the relationship between one’s appearance and behavior, students must be dressed inreasonable and modest appropriate attire that will not cause distraction disruption.Any attire which disrupts the educational process is prohibited. The student dress code applies at school, on school vehicles, and to participants at school-sponsored or authorized activities. Students who are dressed inappropriately will be asked to change and may be counted absent from any classes they miss.The principal’s discretion will judge questionable attire. Faculty may be asked to articulate how reported violations create a disruption to the teaching/learning process. Violations may result in disciplinary action. The principal may make exceptions for spirit days or special activities. Preapproval is required.The following is a general guide regarding proper dress.1. Skirt and short fit apparel should be an appropriate length to assure that no undergarments are visible at any time.2. No frayed, shredded, holey, ripped or torn garments that expose skin above the minimum length requirements for shorts and skirts may be worn.3. Leggings and tights must be covered by an opaque top that covers the essential hip/pelvis area of the student.4. Halter tops, off-the-shoulder tops, bare midriff tops, tank tops, backless garments, mesh shirts, muscle shirts, or outer garments that have the appearance of underwear or sleepwear are prohibited. Clothing that is too tight or loose (including “sagging”) is not to be worn. The student’s torso, chest, or undergarments should not show at any time, including while sitting, bending, or leaning. Sleeveless blouses must cover most of each shoulder. Necklines should be modest and appropriate.5. Offensive writing, suggestive slogans or logos which pertain to beer, liquor, drugs, or tobacco, or carry connotations of immorality, vulgarity, obscenity, or nudity, or promotion of violence and/or gang/cult activity on any person or article of clothing, belt buckles, jewelry, schoolmaterials, etc. will not be allowed.6. Students must wear shoes. Cleats, house shoes, roller shoes, or shoes that limit physical activity or safety should not be worn.7. Headgear may not be worn in or around the school buildings. Examples include, but are not limited to: caps, hats, bandannas, and sunglasses. Hoods on sweatshirts or sweaters may not be worn over the head inside the buildings at any time.8. Any known gang/cult related attire or personal grooming is prohibited. Examples include, but are not limited to: headgear, colors, “sagging”, etc. Students may not wear colors, clothing, or identified articles denoting gang/cult membership.9. Biker or animal chains/collars/spikes may not be worn. Jewelry or personal items or manner of dress which could cause harm to self or others may not be worn.10. Clothing normally worn when participating in a school sponsored extracurricular activity or sports activity may be worn to school when approved by the school administration.Exceptions to this policy are at the discretion of the building principal as there may be clothing, hairstyles, or accessories not specifically addressed herein that are so disruptive to the educational process that the principal may need to take immediate corrective action.
Cheating / Plagiarism will be considered the act or intent of gaining or giving knowledge or information for an assignment or test answer by fraudulent means. The penalty will be a zero for the assignment or test.All students need to be checked in and out through the Attendance Office. No student can be checked out to any person who is not designated on the student's emergency procedures records. In the interest of safety, these procedures help us to assure that no student leaves the building with an unauthorized person. Phone check-out is not permitted.HEJH Detention ScheduleMonday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday FridayAM NO Room 504 Room 204 Room 107 Room 1017:05 Detention Mrs. Stull Ms. Blair Mrs. Gandy Mr. Thornburg7:35Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday FridayPM Room 502 Room 503 Room 303 Room 505 NO2:20 Mrs. Nelson Mrs. Williams Mrs. Micue Mrs. Thomason Detention2:50Students will be given a slip to sign if they receive detention. This slip will tell them where detention will be held. It also reminds them that they must have some school work to do. If they have no school work then they need to take a book to read. Students who arrive late will not be admitted to detention. If a student misses detention then the detention doubles. If a student is absent the day of their assigned detention or if there is conflict after they chose their detention time they need to see the teacher that assigned the detention to reschedule.
Upon returning to school it is the student’s responsibility to ask for and to make up work missed during an absence.
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One day must be allowed for each day of absence to make up work. Teachers may grant an extension with extenuating circumstances.
After a student is absent three or more days, the parent/guardian should call the attendance office and request assignments for the student. Contact should be made to the office by 10:00 a.m. during morning hours to give the teachers time to get the assignments together by 3:00 p.m. that day. Requests made to the office after 10:00 a.m. will result in assignments being ready by 3:00 p.m. the following day.
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