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CABOT HIGH SCHOOL SECONDARY STUDENT HANDBOOK PRESENTATION. 2010-2011. STUDENT POLICIES. Handbook policy applies at all off Campus Events and Field Trips Examples Football game in Russellville as a fan Band trip…. No Field Trip List.

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student policies
STUDENT POLICIES
  • Handbook policy applies at all off Campus Events and Field Trips
    • Examples
      • Football game in Russellville as a fan
      • Band trip…
no field trip list
No Field Trip List
  • You may not go on field trips if you go over 9 unexcused absences
  • Once you go on the list you do not come off the list until the new semester
student discipline
STUDENT DISCIPLINE
  • Prohibited Conduct
    • Disrespect/Insubordination (any school employee)
    • Disruptive behavior
    • Assaulting, or threatening to assault or physically

abusing a student or employee

    • Possession of a weapon
    • Possession or use of tobacco
    • Possession of laser pointer
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STUDENT DISCIPLINE
  • Damaging or stealing school property
  • Possession, selling, distributing, or being under the influence of an alcoholic beverage, any illegal drug, or the use or sharing of prescription or over the counter drugs or paraphernalia
  • Public displays of affection
  • Cheating, copying, or claiming another student’s work
  • Gambling
  • Inappropriate dress
  • Out of Area
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STUDENT DISCIPLINE
  • Vulgar, profane, or obscene gestures
  • Truancy
  • Excessive tardiness
  • Engaging in behavior designed to taunt, degrade, or ridicule another person on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, or disability
  • Hazing
  • Gangs or gang related activities
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STUDENT DISCIPLINE
  • Sexual harassment
  • Bullying
  • Skateboards
  • CD players, headphones, electronic

games and IPOD

  • Use or display of a cell

phone during the regular day

  • Fighting and/or acts of violence
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Tobacco
      • First Violation—One day Out-of-School Suspension
      • Second Violation—Three days Out-of-School Suspension
      • Third Violation—Suspension from school, consideration for alternative school and legal referral
  • Drugs and Alcohol
    • Level One Offense—Immediate Out-of-School suspension for up to 10 days, disciplinary hearing (Altern. School or expulsion)
    • Level Two Offense—Immediate Out-of-School suspension for up to 10 days, disciplinary hearing (Altern. School or expulsion for 1 yr.)
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Student Medications
    • Violations of the Student Medication Policy
      • Possession of any kind of medication
          • Results in 3 days ISS
  • A student gives an over-the-counter medication to another student
      • Results in 10 days OSS or ALE placement
  • Violation of Drug and Alcohol Policy for a student to sell a medication or give a prescription medication to another student
conduct to and from school transportation
Conduct To and From School/Transportation
  • Obey and respect the driver
  • Be at your stop on time
  • Enter and leave the bus quickly
  • No eating, drinking or gum chewing
  • No knives or sharp objects, firearms, or live animals
  • No tampering with safety devices
  • Keep seated while bus is in motion
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No hands or bodies out of the window
  • No yelling at anyone outside the bus
  • No glass containers or balloons
  • No defacing the bus
  • Keep aisle clean
  • Only get off at your regular stop
  • Try to be on the right side of the road waiting on the bus
  • Do not distract the driver
student dress and grooming
Student Dress and Grooming
  • Wear shoes
  • Boys wear pants/shorts and a shirt
  • Dresses, shirts, and blouses must have sleeves and cannot expose any part of the midriff or back
  • Pants, shorts, dresses and skirts will be no more than four (4) inches above the knees
  • The top of the waistband must be no lower than the top of the hipbone
clothing and accessories not allowed include but not limited to
Clothing and accessories not allowed, include but not limited to:
  • Caps, hats, toboggans, do-rags, bandanas etc.
  • Skirts and long dresses that have slits exceeding the 4 inches above the knee
  • Sagging and/or excessively loose clothing (straps on pants/skirts)
  • Clothing that displays obscenities, violence, sexual implications, reference to alcohol, tobacco or illegal substances
  • Chains (e.g. Wallet chains)
  • Inappropriate holes in pants
clothing and accessories not allowed include but not limited to14
Clothing and accessories not allowed, include but not limited to:
  • See-through blouses
  • Body shirts
  • Shorts not hemmed
  • Pajamas and/or house shoes
  • Other extreme styles, hair or clothing, that may disrupt school