Student Handbook

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1 Academic Integrity ... ...11 . Administration... ...4 ... ... . ...1 2 ... Announcements and Posters... . Attendance Policy... 8 ...7 - ... . ...2 Bells... Bullying... ... ...15 ... . ... 1 1 Bus Conduct... ... Cell Phone Policy/Electronic Devices... 12 ... - 23 ... Chromebook Policy... 22 . ... 5 Classification of Students... ... ... .. ... 5 Clubs and Organizations... ... ...6 College and Career Readiness ... ... . ...2 - 4 Code of Pupil Conduct... ... 17 Dance Regulations... Detention... ... ...1 4 . ... .. ...1 9 - 2 1 Disciplinary Dispositions ... ... . Dress Code... ... 1 5 ... Dress Code a t Athletic Events ... . ...1 6 Drop/Add Policy... ... ... ... 7 Drugs and Alcohol... ... . ...16 ... ... . Due Process... 1 ...2 Extracurricular Activities... ... 16 Fees... ... ... ... ... ..7 Fighting... . ...10 ... Friday School... ... ... 1 4 ... Grades and Grading... ... ...5 Graduation Requirements... ... ...6 ... ... Guidance Services... ... ...5 . ... 9 Hall Passes... ... Harassment/Hazing... ... . .15 lth Services... ... ... ...1 3 Hea Homebound... . ...14 ... ... Homework... 8 Insurance... ... ...16 Library... ... .. ... ...9 Lockers... ... ...1 3 . ... . Lost and Found... 3 ...1 Lunchroom... ... 10 Messages... ... ...9 Mission Statement... 2 ... Money and Valuables... ...1 3 Notice of Asbestos Re - inspection s...24 Objectives...2 Parki ng Fee... ...11 ...1 6 Public Display of Affection... ...14 Pupil Information... ... ...6 SBDM ... ...9 School Dismissal and Delays... School Pranks/Trespassing...16 ... School Resource Officer... ...7 ... ... School Telephones... 8 Search and Seizure... ...1 3 Spe cial Education ... ... ... ...1 8 Student Drivers... . ...1 1 ... Student Medication... ...14 Student Suspension/Expulsion... ... ... 1 7 - 18 Tardy Proc ...8 edures... Tobacco... ... ...14 Visitors... ...9 2 Weapons... ... . ...1 1

2 BOYLE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT h School - disciplined pursuit of their Boyle County Hig strives to inspire and equip all students to be successful citizens through the self unique abilities. OBJECTIVES self - fulfillment that enhance the 1. To create a positive relationship between the child and the teacher that encourages success and - child’s self image. 2. To develop an understanding and supportive relationship between the parent, the staff, and the community in order to gain parent through organizations, partner and community participation ships, and cooperative educational experiences. 3. To guide the child’s growth in a democratic way of living a acceptance of responsibilities and duties, nd to encourage his increased - both in the classroom and out, which will develop his self discipline and value of education? 4. To teach the child how to study in such a way that he may learn to work independently, to think for himself, and to aspire to academic excellence. 5. To direct the child in such a manner that he will learn respect for himself, for others, and for authority, and that he will gain a desire for honesty in work, words, and actions. 6. To be awa District. re of and comply with the mission, goals, and objectives of the Boyle County School BELL SCHEDULE – SIX PERIOD DAY 7:55... ... . First B ell ... 0 ell ... Warning B 8:0 ... ... 05 9: 05 ... 8: .. First Period - 9: 1 0 - 10 : 1 0... ... ... Second Period 0 10 0 - 10: 2 1 ... ... Morning Break : 10: 20 - 1 1 : 20 ... ... . Third Period 5 1 1 : 25 - 12 :5 ... Fourth Period 1: 0 - 2:0 0 ... ... . . Fifth Period 0 - 2 ... . Afternoon Break 2:00 :10... 3:10... Period - 2:10 ...Sixth ... D ismissed 3:10... ...Students Schedule times are subject to change as needs dictate throughout the year. NOTE: BOYLE COUNTY SCHOOLS CODE OF PUPIL CONDUCT I. Philosophy teachers, It is the intent of the Boyle County Board of Education to provide a positive school climate for all participants (students, arents/guardians) in the schooling process. The Board of Education believes that every student has the right to a administrators, p relevant education without disruption and a corresponding responsibility not to deny this right to other students. Since students will s pend their lives in contact with others, they must learn to control themselves and be effective in training themselves to be self disciplined, socially responsible citizens. The Board of Education believes it to be a reasonable expectation for - students to exhibit self - disciplined behavior. Disciplinary methods used by personnel will not only be aimed at preserving an loping in student codes of behavior that are consistent with society. atmosphere conducive to learning, but deve II. School Authority Pu ng the pils are under the authority of the principal and teacher from the time they leave home until they are properly released duri r the school day to their parents/guardians, when in attendance at any school function before or after school hours, and when unde supervision of school personnel off school property. III. Participant Rights The United States Constitution provides for the protection and safeguard of all people. In the same vein, there is responsib ility , all participants in the schooling process must exercise the self - discipline and care necessary to afford inherent in all rights. Therefore others the same rights and to guarantee that their own actions do not infringe upon the rights of others. Further, all parti cipants have nd responsibility to know and understand the basic code of conduct expected of them. The following outlines both the the right a rights and responsibilities of all participants. A. - Students have the right: Student Rights 1. to receive an appropriate public education which meets high educational standards and the needs of individual pupils. 2. to be notified of information pertaining to regulations and policies which pertain to their public school experiences. to receive reasonable protection of their person and property. 3. 4. to c onsult with teachers, counselors, administrators, and other school personnel. 5. to participate in free student elections for organizations within the school or their counterparts within the state and natio n. 6. to apply for candidacy and office in student organ izations within the school, state, or national student organizations. 7. to examine their own personal school records or to authorize a representative to review them. Students under the age of eighteen (18) are required to obtain parental/guardian approval for this examination. 2

3 8. to be involved in school activities without being subject to any form of discrimination. to participate on an equal basis in school activities which require competition. 9. to receive respect from other students and school personnel. 10. 11. to present complaints and grievances to proper school authorities and to receive replies from school officials regarding the disposition of their complaints and grievances. Teacher Rights - Teachers have the right: B. to expect the support of their fellow teacher s and administrators. 1. 2. to work in a positive school climate with a minimum of disruptions. 3. to expect all student assignments to be completed as required. 4. to be safe from physical harm. to be free from verbal abuse. 5. to provide input to committees that have t he responsibility of drafting policies that relate to their relationships with students 6. and school personnel. 7. to take action necessary in emergencies pertaining to the protection of persons or property. C. Parent/Guardian Rights - Parents/Guardians have the rig ht: 1. to send their student to a school with a positive educational climate. 2. to expect all disruptive behavior to be dealt with fairly, firmly, and quickly. 3. to enroll their student in regularly scheduled classes with minimal interruptions. to expect their sc hool to meet high academic and accreditation standards. 4. 5. f to examine their student’s personal school record or to authorize representatives to examine them; this right is rescinded i the student is eighteen (18) years or older. 6. to address grievances to pro per school authorities concerning their student and to receive a prompt reply pertaining to the specific grievances; generally, the building principal or assistant principal is proper school authority; at the central off ice level, contact the head of the appropriate department. D. Principals/Designated Administrators have the right: 1. to expect all participants in the schooling process to comply with school and Board of Ed. Policy. to discipline any student who disrupts the educational environ ment. 2. 3. to expect respect from students, parents/guardians, and the school/district staff. 4. to address grievances and respond promptly to those filing the specific grievances. * Generally, the building principal or assistant principal is the proper scho ol au thority. When sexual harassment is alleged, the District Title IX Coordinator shall be notified. Legal Ref: Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act, Sec 504 of The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VI of The Civil Rights Act 1964, Titl e IX of Educational Amendments of 1974. - PARTICIPANT RESPONSIBILITIES IV. Student responsibilities Students have the responsibility: A. - to maintain acceptable conduct at all times. 1. to display consideration for the rights and property of others. 2. 3. to exhibit ex emplary behavior in terms of dress, action, and speech. to maintain proper hygiene at all times. 4. 5. to abstain from the possession and/or use of illegal substances including alcohol. fireworks, and other incendiary devices. 6. to abstain from the possession and/or use of weapons, dangerous instruments, 7. to abstain from physically attacking any school employee. 8. to refrain from physically attacking classmates. 9. to refrain from persistent violation of school regulations. 10. to be in attendance at all regularly scheduled classes. 11. to refrain from acts of truancy such as being absent without permission from school and/or class. 12. to show respect for school authority by avoiding all acts of defiance. 13. to abstain from gambling, extortion, theft, or any other unlawful activity. 14. t o abstain from use of tobacco products. 15. to complete all homework and class work in accordance to directions. 16. to represent the truth in all school matters. 17. to refrain from cheating in all academic and/or athletic activities. 18. to avoid the use of verbal abuse with all persons within the school setting. 19. to refrain from the hazing and harassment of fellow students and/or school personnel. to exhibit respect for other opinions by refraining from rudeness or inappropriate language. 20. 21. to abstain from willful disobedi ence by open rebellion to school regulations and/or school personnel. 22. to practice proper safety procedures while using the building facilities. 23. to show respect for the educational process by taking advantage of every opportunity to further education. 24. to re frain from habitual absence and tardiness. - control in terms of voice and limbs. 25. to practice self 3

4 26. to refrain from leaving school grounds prior to dismissal for the day. to abstain from any form of disruptive classroom behavior. 27. Staff Responsibility - Staff Members have the responsibility: B. to present the educational materials and experiences appropriate to their course or grade level. 1. to inform students and parents/guardians of achievement and progress. 2. to plan a flexible course of study which meets the nee ds of all students. 3. to maintain high standards of academic achievement. 4. 5. to administer such disciplinary measures as outlined in this code in order to maintain a positive learning climate. to provide feedback on student assignments as soon as possible. 6. to e xhibit exemplary behavior in terms of dress, action and voice. 7. to inform parents/guardians of their student’s successes, problems and failures. 8. to reward exemplary student work and/or classroom behavior. 9. 10. to exhibit respect for all students. 11. to maintain a c lassroom atmosphere conducive to good behavior. 12. to follow the rules and regulations of the Board of Education and the local school. - Parents/Guardians have the responsibility: C. Parent/Guardian Responsibility to instill in their student the need for an educat ion. 1. 2. to instill in their student a sense of responsibility. to assist their student in understanding the need for a positive school learning environment. 3. 4. to become familiar with the educational policies and program of the Board of Education. 5. to aid their s tudent in understanding the disciplinary procedures of the school. 6. to encourage their student to follow all school policies. 7. to see that their student is regular in attendance. 8. to inform school officials of any long - term illness affecting their student or any medical condition of their student threatening school safety. 9. to demonstrate respect for all school personnel at school and related activities. 10. to inform school officials of concerns pertaining to disciplinary procedures. 11. to instill in their student th e need for proper and appropriate student attire and hygiene. to exhibit concern for the progress and grades of their student. 12. D. Principal/Designated Administrators have the responsibility: to help create and maintain an atmosphere which respects the rig 1. hts of all participants in the schooling process. to administer discipline measures fairly and equally in accordance with the conduct code. 2. to exhibit exemplary behavior in terms of action, dress and speech. 3. 4. ram which communicates this code of conduct to the school community. to direct the school staff in developing a prog 5. to exhibit uniformity in enforcing the code of conduct as approved by the Board of Education. Legal Ref: KRS 158.160 ADMINISTRATION - STAFF Princip ... ... Mark ... Wade al... Assistant Principal...Lauren Burnett Assistant Principal /Building Assessment Coordinator... ... ...Steve Goggin Athletic Director Kyle Wynn /Administrative Dean... School Resource Officer... ... ... . Ricky Sellers .. Attendance Officer... ... ... . Sherry Bodner Counselors/Hom ebound Contacts... .. ... Dana Stigall /Amy Rhinehart ... ... Mary Casey Guidance Registrar... . or... ... ... ... Career and Technical Education Coordinat Matt Whitaker Director Pupil Personnel ... .. ... ... ... Chris Holderman Youth Service Center ... ... ... ... Sandra Clark Secretary ... ... ... ... Kim Evans /Bookkeeping Receptionist... ... ... ... Sh awn Campbell School Technology Coordinator... ... .Matt Whitlock 4

5 BOYLE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND CLUBS as clubs at BCHS : The following are clubs that have been approved - FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA F.F.A - CAREER AND COMMUNITY LEADERS OF AMERICA F.C.C.L.A. FAMILY, T.S.A TECHNOLOGY STUDENT ASSOCIATION - – F.C.A FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES - FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA F.B.L.A./D.E.C.A - HEALTH OCCUPATIONS STUDENTS OF AMERICA H.O.S.A EADERSHIP PROGRAM S.T.L.P. STUDENT TECHNOLOGY L - – NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY RUGBY KEY CLUB N.H.S. CHANGE OF HEART CLUB ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB DRAMA CLUB S PANISH CLUB PING PONG CLUB ART CLUB PEP CLUB Y CLUB CHESS CLUB BOOK CLUB QUIL TING CLUB MILITARY CLUB PEP CLUB YOGA CLUB MAGIC CLUB students wishing to create a club that wants to Once a month will be deemed a club day for these student organizations to meet. Any meet during this time must adhere to the following Club Formation Requirements : • Anyone in terested in forming a club would have to present a list of interested students. • A teacher or teachers would have to agree to become the sponsor. • purpose, fit within the school’s mission statement, have its’ own m ission statement, and develop an The club should have a agenda outline. Give an explanation of what dues collected are needed for. • Develop a member selection standards or criteria (open to all or group specific) • Submit and present request to BCHS Clear & Focused Mission Committee (via principal). • Fi nal step: obtain principal’s signature for approval • No new club will be created after the September Club meeting day. • GUIDANCE SERVICES reflects Boyle County High School employs two full time counselors to implement a comprehensive guidance program. This program ling, personal counseling, post - secondary options, student scheduling, various forms of standardized testing orientation, career counse and personal evaluation, to mention but a few of the major areas of services. Counselors also serve as liaisons between parents, - 5047, ext. 3071. teachers, and students in providing various documents and information. Contact this office at 236 GRADES AND GRADING - term) reports a Boyle County High School evaluates each student’s academic progress using interim (mid nd grade reports. Grade reports are issued every nine weeks. Interim reports are issued every 4 ½ weeks. Final grades are available on the Infinite Campus portal . The grading scale is A (90 - 100), B (80 - 89), C (70 - 79), F (0 - 69). CLASSIFICATION OF STUDE NTS a year, they Student grade level classification is based on credits earned toward graduation. If a student fails more than one course in will be retained at that grade level. Classifications are updated once an academic year, prior to the start of th The e school year. following chart will help you identify the number of credits required for each grade level as we transition from our previous schedule . to the six period day - 2016 & beyond 2015 st 1 year student 9th grade nd 2 10th grade year student 11th grade - 14 credits 11 15 credits & above 12th grade Graduation 22 Requirements REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION FROM BOYLE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL You are about to make important decisions about your class schedule for next year, and your graduation plans . During this process, it is imperative that you work closely with your advisor, counselor, and parents. As you review class choices, pay careful atte ntion to course prerequisites and grade levels for that course. Please plan carefully when making your co urse selections! The only schedule changes that will be made are those involving documented errors. No schedule changes will be made based on teacher preferenc e. 5

6 SITE BASED DECISION MAKING COUNCIL members to assist Site based councils are composed of teacher and parent in the planning and decision making of schools. The council meets on the third Thursday of the month at 4:00pm in the high school conference room. All meetings are 19 - SBDM committee includes: open to the public. The 2018 Tea cher Shawna Stomberger - Parent Amy Farr - Eli Edwards - Teacher Amy Isola - Parent Michelle Feistritzer Teacher Mark Wade - Principal - Kim Evans - Secretary GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS All high school graduates of the District are required to complete the following: G RADU C LASS OF 2015 AND B EYOND ATING Course Area Courses - 4 courses English English I (year - long course=1 credit) English II (year - long course=1 credit) English III (year long course=1 credit) - English IV (semester course=1 performance based credit*) Math - eac h year Algebra I (year - long course=1 credit) Geometry (year - long course=1 credit) Algebra II (year - long course=1 credit) Additional course(s)...see Math section (1 performance based credit*) Integrated Scie nce (semester course=1 performance based credit) Science - 3 courses Biology (year - long course=1 credit) long course=1 credit) - OR Chemistry (year Integrated Science II (semester course=1 performance based credit*) 3 courses Social Studies World Civilization (year - long course=1 credit) - - long course=1 credit) U.S. History (year American Government (semester course=1 performance based credit*) - Arts and Humanities (semester course=1 performance based credit*) OR Arts/Humanities 1 course umanities section An additional course...see Arts & H Wellness 1 course Wellness (semester course=1 performance based credit*) - ELECTIVES Varies depending on course selection. Digital Literacy Digital Literacy Course (or pass digital literacy competency exam) *Performance Based Credit udents will earn credit toward high school graduation through the district’s standard’s based, performance based credit syste St m that complies with requirements of Kentucky Administrative Regulation (704 KAR 3:305). Semester - long courses are less than 120 se at - long classes will be equal to 1 Performance Based Credit. hours (120 seat hours=1 Carnegie Credit). These semester Classes that are not performance based credit may be .5 credit (these are noted in the course description book). Credit amounts will alt er GPA. PRE - COLLEGE CURRICULUM Kentucky Pre - College Curriculum Certification must include a minimum of the following: Chemistry and MATH Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II, SCIENCE – FOREIGN LANGUAGE – Two credits are required – TRANSITION READINESS The Ken tucky Department of Education requires that all schools assess students to determine if they are college and/or career ready. Students are required to complete various assessments including, but not limited to: ACT , K OSSA , WorkKeys, and any other test dee med appropriate by the BAC (Building Assessment Coordinator). 6

7 DROP/ADD POLICY nd Students may drop a course and add a new course within the first three (3) days of a semester by completing a drop/add form a Students may switch between levels of a course (ex. Honors English I to English I) with obtaining teacher signatures for each cours e. No schedule changes will be allowed after the second week of a teacher permission during the first two (2) weeks of a semester. emester , unless required by an AR C. s Students taking AP courses are required to sign an AP Contract. That contract states that schedule changes will not be allowed regardless of the circumstances after the first two weeks. SCHOOL FEES ere will be a flat fee of $99 for each student. Th may fill out a fee waiver to apply for waived fees . Fees are due during Students ‘schedule pick - up’ in August . Students will receive a receipt for all fees paid. It is important that receipts are kept. SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER eriff employed by the Boyle County Sheriff’s Office, works closely with the administration and staff to The SRO, a sworn deputy sh provide police services to BCHS. The SRO provides for a positive interaction for the students. The SRO also provides law aw - enforcement services, teaches l related curriculum, community resources liaison and provides informal advising to students based on life and police experiences. The SRO also assists with safety, security, emergency management and crime prevention program s with the school district. Stu dents may call anonymous to The Crime Tip Line to leave tips about crime, bullying and school safety. Crime Tip Line 1 - 888 - 839 - 9115 ATTENDANCE POLICY The Boyle County Board of Education and the staff of the Boyle County Schools believe that every studen t has the right to a good education and can receive his or her full share of this right only through regular attendance. Consequently, students are ex pected to attend school regularly as required by state law. There is a direct relationship between poor a ttendance and lack of achievement. Students who have good attendance generally achieve higher grades, enjoy school more, and are much more employable after leaving high school or college. It should be emphasized again that students are required by law to be in attendance every day that school is in session unless they have a justifiable excuse for their absence. Schools, as well as parents, are required to account for each and every absence. e changed. This will affect each and every student’s attendance. In accordance with KDE regulations, attendance calculations hav Attendance is now calculated on full time equivalency (FTE) which means that every minute in a student’s instructional day is counted. With FTE, the concepts of half day absences no longer e xist. All students missing any portion of the day will have that exact portion tracked. Students missing 60 minutes or less of a day will be considered tardy. If a student misses 61 minutes or more, In the past, a student was considered that portion of that day missed is calculated to a per centage absence, which accumulates. - day absence if they missed 35 - 84% of a day and a full absence if tardy if they missed 34% or more of a day. It was considered a half they missed 85% or more of the day. This new way of calculating attendance (FTE) is a statewide mandate for all Kentucky Schools. The Boyle County School District defines “perfect attendance” for a student that has attended their respective school from th e first to es or tardies with in that school year. This student will be recognized from the district for this the last day of school with no absenc - outstanding achievement. NOTES REQUIRED Students returning to school following an absence must obtain an admission slip. A note signed by a parent or gua rdian/doctor’s note is to be presented explaining the absence. The note must also provide the date of the day/s missed as well as the phone numb er of the parent/guardian. Based upon the information received, the absence will be declared excused or unexcu sed in accordance with the Boyle County Board of Education Policy . EXCUSED ABSENCES An excused absence is one for which the student will be permitted to make up work, such as: Illness of the pupil (when a student exceeds the cumulative limit for absences as stated in Policy 09.123, a doctor’s statement • shall be required to certify the total days missed, and that the student was unable to attend school due to illness) • Death or severe illness in the pupil’s immediate family • Summons to court • Failure of bus tr ansportation (missing bus is no excuse) • Clinical appointments verified by a doctor’s statement • Religious holidays and practices • One (1) day for attendance at Kentucky State Fair • Other valid reasons as determined by the principals or their designees (pg.23/ form) Each student may have up to five (5) absences excused with a parent/guardian note, provided the note is received within three • (3) days after the student returns to school. 7

8 SPECIAL FACTORS ide a doctor’s statement in order for these students to receive special Parents of chronically ill or handicapped students may prov (1) death or severe illness in the immediate family; (2) required court consideration. Special consideration may be considered for prior approval from the principal. appearances; (3) and school related activities with UP WORK MAKE - excused or unexcused absences are required to make up missed class work (assignments, quizzes, tests, etc.) with Students - up work upon t heir return to school. Make - up Students are responsible for contacting their teachers concerning make work must be completed within work that is not made three (3) days unless an extension is granted due to extenuating circumstances. Class Students are not counted absent during field trips shall meet regular deadlines as set by up will receive a grade of zero. and classroom teachers. HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENTS FOR ABSENCES In order to assist students in keeping up with class work while absent, these procedures must be followed to obtain assignmen ts: 1. Parent or student must call t he school before 9:00 a.m. 2. Assignments will be ready at the end of the school day (3:15 p.m.) 3. The person who comes to pick up the work should know the location of the child’s locker and the combination if books are needed. Homework will be labeled and on t he counter in the main office. 4. 5. Upon returning to school, it shall be the student’s responsibility to talk with his/her teachers regarding missed homework, quizzes, tests, etc. The student has up to three (3) days to complete missed work for absences. 6. nts of students who have extended illnesses should contact the guidance office at the high school for homebound Pare information. NOTIFICATION Parents can be Parents will be notified by mail when their child has an accumulated three (3), and six (6), unexcused absences. notified by mail when th eir child has an accumulated six (6), or nine (9), unexcused tardies. TRUANCY/TARDY Truancy/tardiness is a violation of Kentucky’s compulsory attendance law. KRS 159.150 states “Any child who has been absent from school for three (3) or more days, or tar dy without valid excuse on three (3) or more days is truant.” A truancy report will be filed with the Director of Pupil Personnel (DPP) when a student accumulates six (6) or more unexcuse d absences or accumulates nine (9) or more unexcused tardies in a sch ool year. Since state law holds the parent/guardian legally responsible for any violation by the child, the DPP will then make contact with the parents. If the problem is resolved, no legal action is taken. oblem, he is obligated by law to pursue litigation. If the DPP is unable to resolve the truancy pr TARDY PROCEDURE e Students who are late to school must check through the office to obtain an admittance slip. Tardiness will be excused for th following reasons only: Late bus 1. Illness substantiated by a written excuse from parent or doctor. 2. 3. Official legal document Circumstances approved by the principal or assistant principal. 4. 5. Tardy counts will reset to zero at the beginning of each semester. rd th th ulative to school or to class, fourth (4 ) & fifth (5 ), ) unexcused tardi es cum the student will be assigned after - On the third (3 rd th th school detention. Student drivers will have their parking privileges suspended or revoked on their 3 , and 5 , 4 unexcused th th th ) tardy. ), seventh (7 unexcused tardies cumulative, the student will be assigned to Friday School. ) & eighth (8 On the sixth (6 th ) and over tardies cumulative, the student will be suspended. On the ninth (9 Students that drive to school will also lose their r d th offense, rest of the semester on the 4 offense, and the rest of the school year on parking privileges for 5 school days on the 3 th the 5 offense. Students who are tardy and found to be in the halls after the tardy bell will be escorted to class by any staff on hall duty. D etention will be held after school. Failure to attend detention will result in Friday School assignment. It is the responsibility of students who have after - school employment to inform their employers in the event of assigned detention time; work will not be considered an exc use for missing detention. SCHOOL TELEPHONES ion The school phones are off limits to students except in emergency situations. Students must come to the office to get permiss to use the school phone. 8

9 HALL PASS a teacher or administrator to be in the halls during class time. Students found to be in All students must have a hall pass from the halls without a hall pass will be given a tardy and escorted back to class. Teachers will be held accountable for studen ts This applies to student aides, student council members, yearbook and newspaper staff leaving their rooms with a hall pass. members, and any other student who finds it necessary to be in the halls. Office aides must have name tags worn during their work times in the office. OCEDURE EARLY DISMISSAL PR uardian or approved contact may check o Only a parent/g must come into the school main office and ut a student, and this person sign out the student requesting an early dismissal. There will be no telephone checkouts and students over age 18 may no t sign . To obtain an Early Dismissal Permit, a written note from the parent/guardian stating the reason and time of themselves out t, dismissal must be presented. All teachers whose classes will be missed must sign the permit. Leaving school without a permi g without having teachers’ signatures, without signing out or not having followed checkout procedures are classified as skippin school, and students who do so will be assigned disciplinary measures accordingly. A parent/guardian may come to the school p rior to the dismissal time (i.e., morning or day before) and arrange the sign - out for the student. This is inclusive for all students at Boyle County High School (including those students who drive to school). The administration reserves the right to ve rify the identity of any individual wishing to check a student out of scho ol. LIBRARY The library serves in many ways. It helps with classroom assignments, provides books and magazines for pleasure reading, and is a knowledge, w hich storehouse of accumulated serves as a laboratory where all kinds of school and related problems can be solved. Certain regulations are applicable to all libraries: 1. Have all materials you take from the library charged to your name. 2. Return books promptly; many others may be wai ting for the book you are holding; a fine of 5 cents per day will be assessed on overdue books; you will be expected to pay for unreturned books. 3. Pay per copy machines are available to students at 10 cents per copy. 4. Illegal internet site usage (in any room of the building) will result in loss of internet privilege. All students are to adhere to the acceptable use policy. VISITORS FRONT MAIN ALL VISITORS TO BOYLE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL MUST ENTER THE BUILDING THROUGH THE ENTRANCE TIONIST TO SIGN IN! AND REPORT TO THE OFFICE RECEP 1. t BCHS; however, appointment s must be made to see a teacher. Parents are ALWAYS welcome a 2. Visitors must use the front door and ring the buzzer in order to be admitted into the main office. 3. The school policy is to accept only those visito rs who have legitimate business at the school; all visitors to classrooms or the guidance office must receive a pass from the main office. 4. Visitors to classrooms will not be issued a pass unless approved by one of the administrators. 5. Visitor passes will not be issued during mid - term or final examinations, achievement tests, or any other times during which an administrator deems it inappropriate to issue a pass. An administrator may refuse to issue a visitor’s pass any time he or s he feels it is in the be st interest of the students’ safety and the school to do so. 6. Any person found on school grounds without permission, visiting a student, or any other unauthorized purpose will be considered trespassing and is subject to arrest by police authorities. 7. s are not to invite friends to come to the school to visit during the school day (i.e., class, lunch, breaks). Student Visitors not having business in rooms or the guidance office must remain in the main office in sight of office personnel. 8. STUDENT MESSAGES NOT ges or deliveries of a non - emergency nature will be delivered to students while they are in class. We will be unable to Messa deliver messages to students, except in cases of emergency. We understand that parents may feel the need to get in touch wit h stud ents during the school day, but we cannot stop the instruction of the other students in the class for any reason other than a n emergency. Typically, we will take the message and see that it gets to the student as soon as possible or by the end of the day. SCHOOL DISMISSAL OR DELAY In the event of bad weather and/or road conditions, the decision to call off school or delay school will usually be made arou nd 6 - Parents 6:30 a.m. This will be announced on Radio Stations WHIR, WDFB, WRNZ, and TV channels 18, 27, and 3 6. NOTE: and/or students should not call the stations. 9

10 LUNCHROOM POLICY balanced - The school cafeteria is maintained as a vital part of the health program of the school. To encourage good nutrition, a well The first week of school every student will receive a Free and Reduced Price Meal lunch is offered at a reasonable price. ving free application. Those who wish to apply should return the completed form to their teacher or to the office. Criteria for recei or reduced price lunches includes the family income and the number of children in the family. (Those who qualify for free or r the 2016 - 2017 reduced meals are also eligible for other benefits such as free textbook rental and fees.) School lunch prices fo school year are as follows: Studen t fu ll pric e lunch...$2. 60 • Reduced price lunc h (for those who qualify)...$ .40 • ll price breakfast ...$1.3 Student fu 5 • • ed price breakfast... $ .30 Reduc udents are issued a lunch number that is Cashiers in the lunchroom will accept money for lunches on a daily basis; however, all st logged into the cafeteria computer. Students may pay in advance, and their lunch costs will be deducted automatically from t heir account in the computer. Students are permitted to bring their lunch. Students are not permitted to leave campus for lunch and are considered skipping. Parent notes will not be excused for this purpose. Vending machines are closed during lunch. FAST FOOD POLICY Students are not permitted to bring in or have delivered to them fast fo od during school hours. There are to be no call - outs for food deliveries, and commercial food deliveries will not be accepted. Check - outs to go to lunch are not permitted and will also be considered unexcused and skipping school. LUNCHROOM RULES • No fo od or drink (bottles, styrofoam cups, etc.) may be taken from the cafeteria. • No glass contained beverages are permitted in the building. • Return all trays and utensils to the dishwashing area and deposit paper in trash cans. • Leave table and floor area aroun d you clean. • O nly seniors may eat in the outside area and are responsible for keeping that area clean to maintain that privilege. Only seniors are permitted to sit in the senior area. Senior area is defined as the outside area and the tables along the gl ass wall in the cafeteria. • Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors must eat in the cafeteria and must remain in the cafeteria during their lunchtimes until th e bell; students must sign out/in for the restrooms only. • Front lobby restrooms are to be used during l unches, and students are not permitted in areas other than those assigned during lunch. If students are found in unauthorized areas of the building during their lunch periods, they will be subject to discip linary action. • feteria items or exhibiting other unacceptable behaviors will be required to reimburse the Students found to be vandalizing ca school for any damages and be subject to disciplinary action. FIGHTING POLICY Fighting (both verbal and physical assaults), direct forms of school violence, will not be tolerated at Boyle County High School or and will be dealt with severely. The penalty for being involved in a fight, defined as an exchange of physical school functions he intentions of threatening or humiliation to an blows, (hitting, slapping, pushing, shoving) or direct verbal harassment with t individual will be up to 5 days of suspension or more severe disciplinary action for the first offense if the incident is dee med extremely serious. Further fighting offenses will result in increased suspen sion time. Students who hit other students and there is no response will be subject to 5 days suspension. Authorities may be contacted in certain incidents of violence. Students w ho do not fight back may not be subject to disciplinary action. Those stu dents should report the incident immediately to an administrator or teacher. Students should not take matters into their own hands but should allow an administrator or staff to handle the s ituation. Students who instigate fights but are not actively i nvolved (that is, students who carry rumors, put others up to fighting, carry information back and forth between other individuals who subsequently fight) submit themselves to the same penalties as those who are involved in the fight. Students who persist ently demonstrate an inclination toward fighting will be subject to an alternative school placement or possible expulsion from school. 10

11 BUS CONDUCT It is important to remember that the bus drivers are in complete charge of the pupils on their buses, and their instructions must be Loud followed at all times. While on the bus, hands and heads must be kept inside the bus. There is to be no smoking on the bus. ention and make safe driving difficult. talking, argumentative behavior, fighting, and horseplay all serve to divert the driver’s att Riders are not permitted to leave their seats while the bus is in motion. Drivers may assign seats to any or all riders at t heir In the mornings students should be on time at the designated bus stops a nd should wait until the bus comes to a discretion. complete stop before moving to board the bus. Bus infractions shall result in the following in reference to board policy 06.34 st 1 offense - assigned seat for 2 weeks AP.11: nd 2 offense - 5 day suspension from bus rd 3 offense - 10 day suspension from bus th offense - 30 day suspension from bus and referred to Superintendent’s designee for action. 4 STUDENT DRIVERS Once students arrive on campus in the mornings (i.e., early practices, clubs, etc.), they must remain at school and are not permitted to leave and then return. Students who drive are to follow routine check out procedures. Teachers supervising parking areas have the authority to use disciplinary action for students not following Student Driver regulation s. Cars are not to leave the parking lot after school until all buses have left. Loitering in cars and/or parking lots at any time is strictly prohibited. Any student who skips school using a car will receive a zero for classes skipped (unexcused) and sha ll be subject to losing his/her driving privileges. Students are not to use the areas set aside for faculty parking or visitor’s parking in the front of the school or other spec ifically designated parking areas. Carelessness (i.e., curbing, driving wrong way, smoking/spinning tires, speeding, etc.) or recklessness in the operation of a vehicle will result in driving privileges being revoked. Students should remember that smoking is prohibi ted on campus, and this includes parking lot areas. Violation of t he smoking policy shall result in disciplinary action. Students are not to Student driving/parking privileges bring open containers into the building upon arrival to school or at other times during the day. . will be revoked if the student accumulates 6 or more unexcused absences NO PASS/NO DRIVE STATUE (KRS 159.051) y, or 2.) The "No Pass/No Drive" Statute results in the denial or revocation of a student's driver’s license for 1.) academic deficienc . Academic deficiency is defined as a student who does not have passing dropping out of school as a result of unexcused absences grades in at least four (4) courses, or the equivalent of four courses, in the preceding semester. A student is deemed to have dropped out of school when he/she has nine or more unex cused absences in the preceding semester. Any absences due to suspension shall be unexcused absences. Should you want to review the full text of this law, please use the Legislative Research Commission's web site at the following address: /record/07RS/record.htm www.lrc.ky.gov PARKING FEE Students who wish to drive to school and use the campus parking area are required to purchase a $15.00 parking pass. This pa ss will identify the owner/driver of the automobile as a Boyle County High School student and must be properly displayed (visible) at all times while the vehicle is on campus. A student vehicle parked on campus without a properly displayed parking pass is subject to be towed at the owner’s expense. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY ore of the following actions, including, but not limited to: Cheating involves one or m To use the work of another person as your own. 1. To copy or give information for any assignment or assessment from any source including, but not limited to: another student o r 2. the Internet. 3. To fail to follow test procedures or instructions as outlined by the teacher (including, but not limited to: no talking, no turning around in seat, no electronic devices, raise hand to ask questions, etc.). 4. To use electronic means of communication while taking as sessments, including, but not limited to: texting, twitter, Instagram, photos, etc. 5. To prepare for cheating in advance or to have knowledge of an assessment in advance. 6. To plagiarize: plagiarism means using another person’s idea, expression, or words wi thout giving the original author credit. Inappropriate use of internet or other source to obtain information and then use it verbatim or paraphrase it without credit given to the author is considered cheating. rk and shall receive a level II punishment. Teachers will also document any cheating Those cheating will be given a zero for the wo through Infinite Campus as part of the student’s behavior record. 11

12 CELL PHONE POLICY/OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES edom and responsibility with the electronic device policy. The use of Boyle County High School strives to strike a balance with fre electronic devices will be permitted before and after school, during lunch period, and passing time as long as they do not di srupt the school day. Electronic Devices may be used under the following conditions: Use of these electronic devices in the classroom or in any academic setting is at the discretion of the classroom teacher. • • All devices shall be on silent mode at all times. Collection and/or distribution of material that is consid ered obscene, libelous, or harassing is prohibited not only by school • ie. It is policy but by state and federal law. This includes but is not limited to pictures, videos, texts, posts, and emails. prohibited to video a student altercation or to post a ha rassing comment on social media such as: Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Myspace, etc. • The use of any portable electronic device to take pictures, videos, and/or transmit data in locations where students and/or is prohibited at all times. These locations include but are not limited to locker staff have a reasonable expectation of privacy rooms and restrooms. • The use of any portable electronic device to take pictures or videos without the consent of the individual is prohibited. • Students and their parents assu me full responsibility for any cell phone or electronic item brought to s chool. • Any student who is referred to the office for disciplinary reasons and contacts their parent prior to being seen by an e further consequences. administrator is in violation of this policy and will fac First offense – Cell phone/electronic device will be confiscated for the remainder of the school day and returned to the student at the end of that school day. Second offense – Cell phone/electronic device will be confiscated for 1 school day and returned to a parent or guardian only on that school day. School office hours are from 7:45am - 3:30pm and phones will not be returned outside of those times. If after 3 school days a parent or guardian has not picked up the device, it can b e picked up by the student at the end of the 3rd school day. Days that school is not in session are not considered school days. as second offense in addition of being assigned a Friday School. Third offense – same Fourth and consecutive offenses - At this point administration will seek assistance Suspensio n will be assigned for each offense. from the court designated worker. Legal Ref: KRS 158.165 strictly prohibited at school. All electronic Electronic devices (i.e., laser pointers) or other instruments emitting beams or light are music, data, and game devices or other devices as indicated are not to be used during class time, unless the classroom teache r grants Teachers may confiscate such items and turn them in at the office if they are used without permission. Subsequent permission. Students are encouraged not to bring these items disciplinary action, which is the same as the Cell Phone Policy, will be enforced. to school. Boyle County High School will not be responsible for these items in the event o f theft, damage, or other such incidents This policy is the same as for cellular phones. involving these types of possessions. DISRUPTIONS, DEMONSTRATIONS, WALKOUTS, AND STRIKES Demonstrations, marches, or other disruptive activities (unnecessary announc ements, meetings, etc.) that would disrupt the planned instructional day will not be permitted in school or on school property. WEAPONS For the safety of all individuals at Boyle County High School, the carrying of any knives o r concealed weapons (i.e., g uns or The self - devices deemed dangerous by the administration) is strictly forbidden. posting of photos of students with weapons, or similar photos, with direct or implied threats toward the safety of others. Student violators of this regulation will be subject to severe disciplinary action, which may include suspension or expulsion from school. Students who use weapons or other instrume nts in a threatening or harassing manner will be subject to extended suspension or expulsion from school. Teachers are to report any such possession of weapons to the principal or assistant principal immediately. Violation shall constitute reason for suspens ion or expulsion. When deemed necessary, authorities will be contacted. ANNOUNCEMENTS AND POSTERS 1. All announcements /posters to be displayed at BCHS must first be approved by the Administration. An indication of that approval must be displayed on the announcement/poster. Advertisement posters are not permitted. 2. The individual(s) responsible for the announcement/poster are also responsible for removing them immediately after the event is over. 3. An announcement sheet, including daily absentees, will be distributed each morning. Those who have announcements relating efore school for approval and publication. to clubs, activities, etc. may submit them to the office b 12

13 SEARCH AND SEIZURE Regular Inspection are jointly held by the school and the pupil. School School property, such as lockers and desks, Chromebooks and digital storage al inspection of any or all such property on a regular basis. During these inspections, authorities have the right to conduct gener left items which are school property, such as overdue library books, may be collected. Students should not expect privacy to items in such locations. A single desk or locker may be searched if reasonable grounds exist to believe that evidence of a violation of the law or a school rule is contained therein. Routine inspection for illegal substances may also take place. r possessions reasonably determined by proper school authorities to be a threat to Illegal items (e.g., weapons, drugs, etc.) or othe ’ the pupil s safety or to others’ safety and security will be seized by school officials and, when deemed necessary, turned over to law enforcement authorities. Items which may be used to disrupt or interfere with the educational process may be temporarily or er permanently removed from the pupil’s possession by a staff member. Such items may be returned to the pupil by the staff memb ems which have been seized shall be turned over to the proper authorities (as deemed or through the principal’s office. All it necessary) or returned to parents or owner. NOTE: Any illegal item or items mentioned herein that are not allowed at school and are confiscated, if deemed necessary, may n ot be returned. Reasonable Suspicion horized No pupil’s outer clothing, pockets, or his or her personal effects (e.g., handbags, backpacks, etc.) shall be searched by aut evidence that the pupil has violated or is school personnel unless there are reasonable grounds to believe the search will reveal by a violating either a school rule or the law. Searches of a pupil’s person or his/her personal effects shall only be conducted onduct of the pupil or the principal or assistant certified person (this includes all building staff) directly responsible for the c principal of the school which the student attends. Students will have the opportunity to be present when their personal posse ssions are searched, with the following exceptions: 1. The student is absent from sc hool or is engaged in a class activity. 2. School authorities decide that the student’s presence could endanger his/her health and safety. When a pat - down search of pupil’s person is conducted, the person conducting the search shall be the same sex as the pup il; and a witness of the same sex as the pupil shall be present during the search. No search of a pupil shall be conducted in the pres ence of other students. No strip searches of a student shall be permitted. Students who fail to cooperate with school aut horities requests will be subject to other disciplinary action. Legal Ref: KRS 161.180 LOCKERS are available for students’ Lockers should be kept locked at all times. It is advisable that students not tell anyone Lockers use. tudent is responsible for the care of the locker assigned and may be held responsible for any damage. A his/her combination. Each s minimum of $5 will be charged for damage. The high school will not be held responsible for theft, damage, or vandalism if students share their lockers with others. MONEY AND VALUABLE ARTICLES cked in Students are urged not to bring large amounts of money or valuable possessions to school. All valuable articles should be lo PT RESPONSIBILITY FOR STOLEN the student’s locker at all times. BOYLE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL WILL NOT ACCE MONEY OR OTHER ARTICLES. LOST AND FOUND The Lost and Found Department is located in the main office. If you find items, please turn them into the office. If you los e books or other articles, check with the office. Items not c laimed at the end of the year, including items left in lockers, will be given to the school clubs or organizations for yard sales. HEALTH SERVICES ter ONLY m Students who become ill or injured should report to the main office. The personnel in the office can adminis inor first a Certified Athletic Trainer and the key response person for incidents of an emergen cy nature. Boyle County aid. BCHS has school nurse and they will be contacted whenever possible. BOYLE COUNTY SCHOOLS DOES NOT Schools has a district SUPPLY MEDICATION FOR STUDENTS. NO MEDICATION CAN BE DISPENSED TO STUDENTS WITHOUT PARENT CONSENT. STUDENTS MAY REMAIN IN THE OFFICE FOR A MAXIMUM OF ONE PERIOD AFTER WHICH HE/SHE WILL BE REQUIRED TO RETURN TO CLASS OR GO HOME. A key controlled elevator i s provided for students on crutches or who are recovering from surgery, etc. The key may be obtained from the office or library and returned at the end of each day. Those eligible to use the elevator may take only ONE person t o help carry books. All studen ts, by law, must have an up - to - date IMMUNIZATION CERTIFICATE from a licensed physician BEFORE they are allowed to attend school. Immunizations include diphtheria, tetanus: poliomyelitis, rubella and rubeola; also, a cer tificate ad a phy stating he/she has h sical examination and a TB skin test. 13

14 STUDENT MEDICATION release Any student, regardless of age, who needs to receive prescription medication during school hours, must have on file a parent for administration of prescribed medications form. This form requires the parent/guardian’s and the provider’s/physician’s labeled - signature. All medication must be delivered to the front office by the parent/guardian in its original current dated pharmacy of over - the - counter medications (Tylenol/Ibuprofen) for their child to container. Parents and guardians who wish to leave a supply take during the school year must provide written consent and bring the medication to the front office in its original contain er. With documented physician and parental consent a student MAY be allowed to carry their own asthma medications. NOTE: prohibited from having prescription and over - the - Students are counter medication in their possession. Any student found to be sharing or receiving type of medication, even Tylenol, would b e subject to disciplinary actions according to district policies ANY related to drug possession. HOMEBOUND Parents of students who expect to be absent as long as five (5) days or more should contact the counselor’s office (236 - 5047 ext. n about a homebound teacher coming to their homes. 3071) for informatio PUPIL INFORMATION changes during the school year, please notify the If your last name, street address, telephone number, or parents’ work number office and guidance office immediately. This is very import ant in keeping our records up to date and being able to contact a parent or guardian in case of emergency. The parent/guardian you LIVE WITH should be the one(s) listed on the information card. New students from other districts should have proof of reside nce within Boyle County, and these students’ addresses must be verified by the District Director of Pupil Personnel (DPP). Out - of - district addresses must be reported to the school as soon as possible and these students must have an Out - - District Contrac t signed by the parent with the school. of DETENTION will be held after school (3:15 - 4:15 ) on designated days of the week. Times for detention will be announced at the Detention beginning of the school year. Students will be assigned detention for various o ffenses such as excess tardies and/or infractions of the discipline policy as outlined in the handbook. Students are responsible for making transportation arrangements for getti ng home on days they have detention. As a rule, detentions will not be postpon ed, and after school jobs will not be accepted as a reason for postponing a student’s detention. Students who work have the responsibility of informing their employers when having detenti on time assigned. Students who do not attend assigned detention wi ll be assigned Friday School. If a postponement is necessary, the student’s parent – NOT THE STUDENT - must notify the school principal or assistant principal prior to the time of the assigned detention. EDULED DETENTION. NO DETENTION WILL BE RESCHEDULED ON THE DAY OF SCH FRIDAY SCHOOL POLICY 1. Hours are from 3:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. Students are to report to the BCHS library or designated location . There will be no late admission. The door to the room will lock ed at 3:15 . Failure to attend assigned Friday Sc hool will result in suspension assigned. Parents will be notified of Friday School assignment; students are responsible for making arrangements for transportation fro m Friday School. The student must bring material to work on during Friday School. 2. Students should have all books, paper, pencils, and necessary supplies to complete assignments. 3. Any disruptive behavior, failure to complete assignments, or violation of any school policy will result in disciplinary action. No fo od/drink is permitted in the library. behavior or policy violation. This will be 4. The Friday School teacher may ask any student to leave due to any inappropriate reported to the office for further action. 5. Students w ho drive will need to park in the student parking lot. No transportation is provided by the school. 6. Failure to attend Friday School will result in three days of suspension assigned. /complete attend assigned Friday School due to 7. The parent/Guardian must notify principal or assistant principal if student is unable to illness, family emergency led if the absence is excused by a or other special circumstances. Friday School will be reschedu , octor’s note or if the absence is determined to be due to a legitimate emergency/reason. D NO FRIDAY SCHOOL WILL BE RESCHEDULED ON THE DAY OF SCHEDULED FRIDAY SCHOOL. TOBACCO & VAPOR PRODUCTS USE AND POSSESSIO N The Boyle County School District is completely tobacco free. Students are not permitted to posses s or vapor or use tobacco . The use or possession of tobacco or vapor products by juveniles is against the law. Therefore, juvenile consequences products iffer from that of students that are 18 years of age or older. The use or possession of tobacco or vapor products will result in the d following consequences: P ossession/Use for Juveniles Tobacco/Vapor Tobacco/Vapor . /Use for 18 & Older Poss st st offe nse=Tob acco Education Group 1 1 offense=Tobacco Education Group nd nd & above=file charges with CDW 2 2 offense=1 day suspension rd offense=2 day suspension 3 14

15 HAZING AND HARASSMENT Hazing is prohibited on school grounds and is considered a serious infringemen t upon a student’s person and will be dealt with zed severely. Boyle County High School does not approve of hazing on or off school property and will cooperate with parents of ha students if they wish to bring legal action against those who did the hazing. Anyone caught hazing another student on school . The above applies to male/ female students. THERE WILL BE NO CLUB property will be subject to suspension or expulsion INITIATIONS. Harassment is intimidation by threats of or actual physical violence; the crea tion, by whatever means, of a climate of hostility or intimidation, or the use of language, conduct or symbols in such a manner as to be commonly understood to convey hatred, contempt, or prejudice. Harassment will be looked upon as a most serious violatio n of student conduct at Boyle County High school suspension, out School. Harassment by a student(s) upon another student or students will result in in of - school suspension, - - and if continued, expulsion or placement in the alternative program. Section 5 (KRS 525.080) Harassing Communications states: A person is guilty of harassing communications if “he/she ther communicates while enrolled as a student in a local school district with another student in any manner that would cause the o ar of physical harm, intimidation, humiliation, or embarrassment...” This could also include any harassing student to suffer from fe communication that takes place away from school property. BULLYING As used in this section, "bullying" l behavior among students that involves a real or , means any unwanted verbal, physical, or socia perceived power imbalance and is repeated or has the potential to be repeated: - sponsored transportation, or at a school - sponsored event; or 1.That occurs on school premises, on school ucation process. 2.That disrupts the ed Bullying will not be tolerated. Any student, parent, or teacher shall report any instance of bullying to t he administration. Failure to report by any party shall result in disciplinary action. The administration will investigate the re ported matter and will assign a resolution according to the discipline hierarchy. Students that are identified as persistent “bullies” will be referred to t he court designated worker and charges may be filed. STUDENT DRESS CODE DURING SCHOOL A student sh all not be prevented from attending school or a school function, or otherwise be discriminated against, so long as his/her dress and appearance are not destructive to school property, complies with the requirements for health and safety, an d does fere with the educational process. not inter The administration and staff are authorized to take action in instances where individual dress does not meet the stated requirements. The Boyle County High School Dress Code is as follows: 1. Students’ pants: A. Mu st be free of any holes that expose the skin 4 inches above the knee. Holes that expose skin 4 inches above the knee are not acceptable. Items worn underneath the hole are not acceptable. Patches must be affixed to the garment. B. Must cover the underwear and backside at all times regardless of movement. C. P ajama and flannel pants are prohibited. 2. Students’ shorts, skirts, skorts, dresses, etc.: inches above kneecap. A. Be no shorter than 4 B. Must cover the underwear and backside at all times regardless of movement. Students’ : shirts 3. A ll shirts shall fit appropriately where no cleavage is showing . A. Sleeve must have a measurable underarm seam. B. C. Midriff shall remain covered at all times. All parts of bras shall remain covered at all times. D. E. Shirts shall be free of holes or cutouts a nd shall cover the back and front of students. - any clothing that displays a bare stomach, spaghetti string tank tops, halter tops, NON ACCEPTABLE ITEMS INCLUDE: muscle shirts, oversized pants that are worn below the hips, see through mesh or net tube tops, garments. 4 . No gang related items, emblems/images, words, phrases, slogans, or apparel that convey or support or imply profanity, illegal substances (alcoholic beverages, tobacco, drugs, etc.), or are sexually explicit will be permitted. Chains or studded accessories gs are not to be worn as articles of clothing. are not to be worn. Fla 5 . Shoes or sandals m ust be worn at all times. Hats, hoods, bandannas, novelty wigs, etc. are not to be worn inside the Hats, s building. be left in the school locker. unglasses, heavy coats and gloves must 6. Blankets and pillows are not permitted in the school. If a student wears clothing deemed to be in violation of the dress policies, the student is subject to the disciplinary measu res stated herein. All building staff has the authority and is expec ted to indicate to students violations of the dress policy. If any student st violates this code, he/she will be dealt with in the following manner: offense 1 - warning and a change of or correction in their nd rd apparel or sent home to change; 2 Friday School and change of or offense - d etention and sent home to change; 3 offense - correction in apparel. 15

16 S STUDENT DRESS CODE AT ATHLETIC CONTEST th as such. 1. Do NOT apply paint to your body on school grounds. The mess left is considered vandalism and will be dealt wi Women: Sports bras alone are not acceptable. Sports bras covered by a tank top are acceptable. Tank tops can be cut off at 2. section. the mid - Exposed skin must be completely painted. Being shi rtless is acceptable for men only if e xposed skin is completely painted. 3. Do not display foul language or inappropriate symbols on your person. 4. Promote good sportsmanship and positive school spirit. Remember other school rules apply at sporting events. 5. 6. If any student violates this code, he/she will be dea lt with in the following manner: Student will be asked to change and make correction in their apparel. Student being defiant with change in apparel will be removed from athletic contest and a Friday ine if student should be allowed to attend any future athletic contest. School assigned. School administration will then determ PUBLIC DISPLAY OF AFFECTION Public display of affection is not acceptable while at school. Violation of this policy shall result in the following: 1st of fense - a rd - Friday School plus parent notification; 3 offense warning; 2nd offense - out - of - school suspension; 4th offense - three days out - of - school suspension. DRUGS AND ALCOHOL Students in possession or with any drugs or alcohol in their system at school or school activity (this includes illegal use of A. medications whether prescription or over the - counter, herbs, or other substances producing mind - altering effects), on field - trips, or during any school sponsored activity or event will be subject to the following action: 1. They will be removed from the class or activity and will be isolated from others and illegal items confiscated. 2. Law enforcement officials may be contacted and the facts reported to them. 3. The students’ parents, guardians, or other designated responsible person will b e notified and will need to come to the school. 4. Consequences of such violation shall be up to 20 days suspension or recommendation for expulsion . Students who sell or distribute illegal drugs, medications (prescription or over B. counter), substances capable of producing - - the mind - action: altering effects, or alcohol will be subject to the following 1. The drug/s or alcohol will be confiscated. The viola tion will be reported to the police . 2. 3. e informed that the matter has been reported to the proper Parents or guardians will be asked to come to the school and will b law enforcement officials. Consequences of such violation shall be recommendation for expulsi on. 4. C. Alternative School placement may be employed in special cases of violations of this nature. INSURANCE not Student accident insurance will be available to students at the beginning of the school year for a nominal fee. The school is responsible for pay ing medical or hospital bills incurred as the result of an accident at school. SCHOOL PRANKS/ON SCHOOL GROUNDS/TRESSPASSING With each class trying to out - do the previous class in regards to school pranks and vandalism , BCHS has had to take a firm stance a nd has created the following strict policy: * Any student (9 - 12) on campus attempting to, caught in the act, or found to have been associated with the act of trespassing, vandalism, or carrying out a prank, WILL NOT WALK AT THEIR SENIOR GRADUATION. * Sai h d students will clean up any and all messes, will pay for all vandalism to school property and will be criminally charged wit WILL NOT WALK AT GRADUATION. the Boyle County Sherriff’s Office. Furthermore, THEY REPORTING CHILD ABUSE Boy le County Schools policy 09.227 requires any teacher, school administrator, or other school personnel who knows or has to reason to believe that a child under age eighteen (18) is dependent, abused (physically, emotionally, sexually), or neglected immediately make a report to one of the following: a local law enforcement agency, the Kentucky State Police, the Cabinet fo r Families & Children or its designated representative, the Commonwealth’s Attorney or the County Attorney (KRS 6 20.030). The names of all reporting individuals are confidential and cannot be revealed without a court ord er. Reports of abuse, neglect, or dependency may be made anonymously by calling the Cabinet for Families and Children (239 7105 ) or local law enforcement. - EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES All students are expected to conform to all school policies and regulations while participating in any extracurricular activi ty; this includes both home and away events. Extracurricu lar is defined as any school sponsored function outside the classroom. Violations will result in discipline consistent with school discipline policies. 16

17 EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS rehearse emergency procedures, including fire drills, severe Boyle County Schools conducts drills throughout the year to weather drills, earthquake drills, lockdown drills, and evacuation drills. These drills are precautionary steps created to prepare We understand that when an students and staff to act quickly and to reduce a child’s fear should a real emergency occur. not dismissing, eir child as soon as feasible. emergency happens, parents will be worried and will want to be with th If school is please do not come to school to pick up your child, as this may hi nder community responders’ and school staff’s ability to take action. vised that parents follow If dismissal occurs, the school will need to follow safe and orderly dismissal procedures. It is ad guidelines listed below: the Listen to local radio stations* and television stations** for information about the time and location of dismissal (students may don’t call the school or your child’s cell phone for be dismissed from an alternate location to be announced that day). Please lines, cause additional confusion, and possibly put your child in danger. Students are requir information. This will jam up ed to be absolutely silent in lockdown situations. Experts report that some radio and cell phone fr equencies can trigger explosive devices. Bring valid identif ication with you to pick up your child. Even if school personnel know you, you will : need identification because the school may receive support from people who do not know you (e.g., district staff). You will be child so that we are able to account for all students. Please don’t take your child required to sign for the release of your your child’s Emergency without signing him/her out. If you are unable to pick up your child, only people listed on form will be allowed to pick your child up for Contact you. This person will be required to show valid identification. Once you have signed out your child, please leave the area immediately. If you or one of your child’s emergency contacts are unable to pick up your child, s/he will be supervised at the reu nification area until alternate arrangements can be made. *Danville radio stations: WHIR 107.1 FM or 1230 AM, WRNZ 105.1 FM, WDFB 88.1 FM **Lexington television stations: WDKY Ch. 56, WKYT Ch. 27, WLEX Ch. 18, WTVQ Ch. 36 SCHOOL DANCE REGU LATIONS A. Dance Ticket Sales Tickets are sold to Boyle County High School students and their dates. 1. 2. All dance tickets must be purchased in advance; none will be sold at the door. 3. A list of tickets sold with corresponding numbers and names will be provid ed to the principal prior to the end of school day on the date of the dance; the same list will be used to check off names at the door; if guests are permitted at a dance, thei r names must be included when tickets are purchased. ages of 14 and 20. Guests must be between the The following will prevent students from attending dances: 3 or more unexcused absences, 6 or more class tardies, 6 4. or more unexcused school tardies, any suspensions at anytime throughout the year, or any outstanding school op - outs are permitted to attend any dances at BCHS. No dr fees. Tickets cannot be exchanged among students. 5. Students cannot purchase tickets for anyone other than themselves or their 6. guest. Couples tickets must be purchased together. 7. Non - Boyle County High School stud ents (dates) may need to be approved by the principal or someone so designated (administration has the right to refuse attendance of any individual at dances and other school activities). Students are responsible for knowing their guests. 8. All receipts mus t be turned over to the sponsors of the dance. B. Dance General Information 1. No one is to leave the dance and return. 2. One faculty member should always be posted at the entrance door. All students are expected to conduct themselves with appropriate manners. 3. 4. Any use or possession of illegally controlled substances will not be permitted and could result in arrest, suspension, or expulsion. 5. All dances shall end by midnight at the latest. 6. The source of entertainment will be approved by the sponsors and principal one week prior to the dance. 7. Lighting/decorations must be approved by the sponsors and principal. 8. Students are not to bring containers or drinks or food to the dance; refreshments will be provided. 9. Formal attire is required for Prom. STUDENT SUSPENSION AN D EXPULSION Serious, or repeated misbehavior, or violations of school rules may result in the suspension or the expulsion of a pupil. Ken tucky Statutes declare that willful disobedience, or defiance of authority, profanity, or vulgarity, assault, battery, or abuse or other persons (includes harassment or sexual harassment), threat or force of violence, use or possession of alcohol or drugs, stealing, des truction, 17

18 or defacing or property, carrying or use of dangerous weapons, or encouraging bad conduct on sc hool property, or off school ion or student. (Senate Bill 13 ) property at school sponsored activities constitutes cause for suspension or expuls Suspension Suspension is exclusion of a pupil from school for a specified period of time, usually not exceeding ten days but, pending the seriousness of the incident, may be up to 20 days. The superintendent and principals are empowered to suspend pupils; suspens ions re afforded due process must be reported as soon as possible to the superintendent and to the parent or guardian. Students a procedures as described below: Oral, or written notice, of the charges which constitutes the cause of suspension must be given to the pupil, and the pupil’s 1. parent/guardian will be notified as soon as possible. The evidence supporti 2. ng the charges must be explained to the pupil if he/she denies the charges. The pupil must be given the opportunity to respond to the charges. 3. 4. Attempts will be made to contact parents/guardian in all incidents involving suspension. There need be n o delay between the notice of charges and the time of the informal hearing. As a general rule, the above procedures are to be followed prior to the removal of the pupil when possible. However, if the superintendent or principal believes that immediate susp ension is necessary to protect persons, property, or to avoid disruptions of the academic process, the pupil may be suspended immediately and the necessary notice and hearing are to be held as soon as possible after the suspensi on affected . A conferenc is e with the pupil’s parent/guardian must take place prior to the pupil’s return to classes. Expulsion ulsion. Exclusion from school for a period longer than twenty days, not to exceed a calendar year, is usually considered to be an exp Only the Board of Education may expel. In most instances a student may be brought before the Board for expulsion only after a licy which reasonable effort on the part of the school to cope with the situation has failed; there are specific violations of school po result in immediate recommendation of expulsion. This effort should include principal, teacher, parent, and student conferences, with use of guidance and social agencies that are available. due process hearing before the board, including the In order for expulsion to take place, the pupil is entitled to a procedural following: 1. ill A written statement, setting forth the specific charges and grounds which, if proven, would justify expulsion under the law w be presented to the pupil and his or her parents or guardians. T he statement will be of sufficient clarity and will be presented adequately in advance of the hearing to allow the pupil to prepare a reasonable defense. The action of the board will be base d on those charges – no others. 2. is to proceed before the Board of Education, the pupil and parents or guardians will be If a recommendation for expulsion med of provided with the names or witnesses against the student (if any). If there are no witnesses, the student will be fully infor the manner in which the alleged viol ation(s) came to the attention of the Board. School witnesses may include administrators, teachers, law enforcement representatives, and any other individual/s deemed pertinent to the incident. 3. During the hearing, the pupil and his or her parents, or guar dians, will be afforded the opportunity to present the Board with a defense to the charges by oral, or written testimony, including the introduction of a reasonable number of witnesses on his o r her own behalf. 4. ardians so desire, they may be accompanied by a lay advisor and/or represented by Should the pupil and his or her parents or gu legal counsel. If the latter is desired, they must notify the Board of this intention so the board attorney may also be prese nt and aware of such counsel. The pupil is entitl 5. decisions after the hearing, consistent with the ed to an expeditious handling of his case and prompt requirements of mature and careful reflection by the Board. 6. The pupil will be given the board’s decision in writing. 7. xcept that the pupil and his/her parents/guardians have recourse to the courts if the pupil is The decision of the Board is final, e denied due process, or if the expulsion is believed to be for illegal or unconstitutional reasons. If the pupil and parent/guardians fail to appear at the schedu led hearing the Board will take whatever action it deems appropriate, according to the charges. If a pupil is expelled for a period less that the full school year, a conference should be held wit h the Board, or its designees, prior to readmission. Legal R ef: KRS 158.150 SPECIAL EDUCATION Exceptional (special education) students who create a dangerous or disruptive situation may be suspended from school. The due process procedures that should be followed for short - term suspension (generally no longer than 10 days) are the same for all students and are outlined in KRS 158.150 (appendix C, page 41). The behavior or exceptional students and students who have be en referred for evaluation for possible special education placement and/or related service should be considered during the initial Admission and Release Committee (ARC) meetings. Behavioral interventions, treatment and consequences should become a part of the Individual Education Plan for that student. Should this intervention prove unsuccessful, as evide nced by misconduct of the student, the issue should be brought to the appropriate ARC to make changes in the student’s program which might result in mo re appropriate behaviors. 18

19 In deciding Kaelin V. Grubbs, (June 9, 1982) the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has outlined general standards governing the suspension and expulsion of handicapped children in Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan. These standards will be followed when Boyle County School System develops disciplinary measures for handicapped children: A handi capped child may be suspended temporarily without the special education change of placement procedures. (KRS 1. 158.150 and OAG 78 - 637 outlines due process requirements which must be followed in suspension of all children.) 2. A handicapped child may be expelled as long as the appropriate Admission and Release Committee procedures are followed with a committee determination that the child’s disruptive behavior was not a result of the handicapping condition. A handicapped child will not be expelled if the committe e determines that the child’s disruptive behavior was a result of the 3. . handicapping condition; if expelled, the child may be provided alternative services DISCIPLINARY RESPONSES TO STUDENT MISCONDUCT ine, BCHS has categorized behavior into four levels of severity and developed Following current research for best practice in discipl a menu of consequences. Similarly, a basic structure for dealing with student behavior was developed within the four levels of consequences. - RVENTION TEACHER INTE LEVEL I MISBEHAVIORS 101. violation of established rules/procedures £ st nd £ & 2 102. offense) Failure to dress for P.E. (1 £ 103. horseplay/scuffling/running £ 104. minor defacement of school property £ public display of affection 105. refusal to work £ 106. 107. bus misconduct £ £ throwing objects 108. £ 109. unprepared for class £ 110. disrespect £ disruptive behavior 111. £ 112. dress code violation £ 113. chewing gum £ 114. other minor behavior problems LEVEL I CONSEQUENCES £ 151. student conference student £ 15 2 teacher contract - £ change seating 153. 154. withdrawal of privileges £ 155. after school detention £ 156. area clean - £ up 157. teacher contac t parent £ 158. £ parent/teacher conference £ 159. restitution of damages writing assignment £ 160. 161. cooling - £ - out off or time £ 162. temporary confiscation of items that disrupt the educational process £ 16 3. refer to counselor £ conference with teachers, special services, or administrative personnel 164. loss of privileges £ 165. After 3 offenses. all Level I offenses will fall under misbehavior #201 under Level II misbehaviors. EL II MISBEHAVIORS - ADMINISTRATOR INTERVENTION LEV 201. £ persistent Level I misbehaviors cell phone violation £ 202. insubordination £ 203. £ 204. out of assigned area £ 205 . skip a class £ 206 l eft class without permission . £ loitering in unauthorized areas 207. £ 208. skip a school day £ 209. leave building without permission £ . leave before bell 210 211. out of class unauthorized £ dress code violation for 2 & above £ 212. 19

20 £ 213. * profane/inappropriate language * defiance of authority/insubordination £ 214. class tardies 3 & above 215. £ £ 216. missed detention failure to attend Frida y school £ 217. ** possession of tobacco products £ 218. ** 219. £ use of tobacco products £ 220. possession of lighter/matches 221. inappropriate use of school computer technology £ £ 222. inciting violence/fight 223. careless driving £ no student parking tag £ 224. 225. use of tobacco products £ £ 226. Cheating/plagiarism other persistent/serious misbehaviors £ 227. LEVEL II CONSEQUENCES £ 251. loss of privileges £ 252 . after - school detention £ . restitution of damages 253 254 . Friday school £ 255 bus suspension/assign seat £ . 256 . £ out of school suspension (1 day) £ . out of school suspension (2 days) 257 £ . out of scho ol suspension (3 days) 258 £ 259 . banned from campus except for classes £ 260 charges filed with Court Designated Worker . After 10 offenses, all Level I and II offenses will fall under misbehavior #301 under Level III misbehaviors. LEVEL III MISBEH - ADMINISTRATOR INTERVENTION AVIORS (requires session with counselor) £ 301. persistent Level I and Level II misbehaviors £ 302. * fighting £ 303 . assault possession/use of fake/look £ 304. ** - alike weapons £ 305 . poss ession/sale/use/delivery of look - alike substance/drugs vandalism/defacement of school property £ 306. ** threats/intimidation £ 307. * 308. * disrupting school environment £ * profane / inappropriate language, verbal or writte n £ 309. 310. false fire alarm/tampering with equipment £ 311. * sexual harassment £ £ 312. gang - related activities 313. harassment/discrimination £ 314. damage to property of others £ 315. £ ** stealing/theft/posses sion/sale of another's property 316. ** stolen property (buy/receipt/possession) £ £ 317. ** fraud/forgery/falsification of documents £ 318. injury to others or self disorderly conduct/disruptive behavior £ 319. ** 320. obscene literature £ 321. ** sells / delivers / possesses look £ alike drugs - £ 322. other very serious misbehaviors LEVEL III CONSEQUENCES £ 351. restitution of damages £ 352. contacted law enforcement agency £ 353. Frid ay school £ after - school detention 354. £ 355. temporary/emergency removal £ out of school suspension (1 day) 356. £ 357. out of school suspension (2 days) £ 358. out of school suspension (3 days) of school suspension (4 days) £ 359. out 20

21 £ 360. out of school suspension (5 days) £ 361. out of school suspension (6 days) out of school suspension (7 days) 362. £ out of school suspension (8 days) £ 363. 364. out of school suspension (9 days) £ out of school suspension (10 days) £ 365. 366. suspension from school bus transportation £ 367. £ Placement in alternative school . 368 recommendation for expulsion £ After 5 offenses, all Level I, II, and III offenses will fall under misbehavior #401 under Level IV misbehaviors. - CENTRAL OFFICE INTERVENTION LEVEL IV MISBEHAVIORS 401. persistent Level I, II, and III misbehaviors £ 402. aggression towards teachers/employees/others £ £ 403. as sault/aggravated assault £ 404. ** sell/deliver/possess/use dangerous/illegal drugs/controlled substances 405. ** drug paraphernalia £ 406. ** £ - prescription drugs misuse of prescription/non £ 407. ** sells/possesses/delivers alcoholic bev erages £ 408. ** under the influence of drugs or alcohol £ 409. * * possession/use of a weapon and/or dangerous instrument £ 410. offense related to abusable glue or aerosol paint £ 411. ** arson 412. ** criminal mischief (felony) £ £ 413. ** breaking and entering any Boyle County School property, building, facility or a vehicle 414. ** £ criminal trespass £ robbery/larceny - theft 415. ** bomb threat 416. ** £ 417. ** £ possession/use of minor fireworks/explosives 418. endangering the safety and welfare of others £ 419. ** criminal homicide £ £ ** forcible rape 420. 421 . possession use/sale of harmful substances £ 422. othe r extremely serious misbehavior £ LEVEL IV CONSEQUENCES 451. £ restitution of damages 452. £ contacted law enforcement agency £ 453. out of school suspension (10 days) 454. Placement in alternative school £ 455 . recommendation for expulsion £ oard Violation ** Denotes Law Violation * Denotes B - In period school disciplinary measures may include the following: detention (after school), parent conference, assigned writing, short of isolation; other measures deemed appropriate by the administration is Friday School. NOTE: When a student is on out - of - school suspension, the student may not participate in any school activities or extracurricular activities or events. This is all inclusive - to dance, clubs, athletics, etc. to the school during this time. The student is not to come DUE PROCESS Boyle County High School adheres to the concept of due process for all students. if you are accused of an infraction of schoo l rules, you will be given the opportunity to present you r interpretation of the accusation. This does not mean that you will be allowed to judge if you are right or wrong, but that you will be given an opportunity to explain your actions. We contact parents through ma ilings and/or phone calls for any consequenc es resulting in a Friday School of higher. FINAL AUTHORITY Concerning the aforementioned student violations of school policies, the administration of Boyle County High School reserves the riated by the school Principal or Assistant Principal right to change or reassign the disciplinary measure judged approp 21

22 BCHS/BCMS Chromebook User Policy for Students I. BCHS Chromebook Policy Overview 12 in an effort to better The Boyle County Public School District has initiated a 1:1 Chromebook Initiative,for all students in grades 6 - in the prepare each student to become a 21st Century learner. From this point forward, students will routinely be using Chromebooks classroom as part of the classroom instructional sequence. Upon fulfilling district and school 1: 1 Policy, BCHS/BCMS students will be permitted to take their Chromebooks home for instructional purposes with parental consent. Please remember that Chromebook s All software, applications, and are the property of Boyle County Schools and their content may be accessed/ viewed at any time. documents stored on the Chromebook are the property of the District. II. District Goals for BCHS/BCMS Student Users • Enhance 21st Century Learning Skills • Increase Student Productivity and Organizational Skills rease Student Ownership of Learning and the Learning Process • Inc • Increase Student Access to Digital Educational Resources and Information • Achieve “Technology Proficiency” III. BCHS/BCMS Guidelines for Acceptable Use Regarding Chromebooks, Students Mu st: • Maintain control of their assigned Chromebook at all times unless otherwise directed by administration or other appropriate school/ district personnel. elements. • Keep Chromebook free from exposure to food, drink, weather, and/ or other potentially harmful • Use only included Chromebook charger and standard electrical outlet to charge the device. • Ensure hands are clean prior to using the Chromebook • Use only a soft, lint - free cloth to clean the screen. • Report software and/or hardware issue s to the Tech Help Desk as soon as possible. • Ensure that the device is adequately charged for school use daily • Have Chromebooks in their possession daily at school. Regarding Chromebooks, Students Must Not: • Modify Chromebooks in any way, unless directed by authorized school personnel (students who wish to purchase approved vinyl sleeves and/ or skins for Chromebooks may do so, but must assume financial and other potential liability(ies) in doing so) • Place adhesive stickers, tape, and/ or decal s on Chromebooks or mark them with paints, markers, or any similar substance • Modify asset tag or assigned number in any way • Allow heavy objects to be placed/ stored upon Chromebook. • Exchange or loan Chromebook with/ to any party at any time play or transmit offensive material, messages, and/or images including, but not limited to profanity, pornography, harassing, • Dis threatening, and/or “bullying”communications. IV. Loss, Theft, or Damage to Chromebook In the event your Chromebook is damaged or lost, report to the Tech Help Desk and/or Administration as soon as possible. If theft is suspected, a police report must be filed. If an incident happens in the evening, please inform the administration by 8:05 AM. – – Accidental Damage 1st Occurrence Report to Tech help desk and return the device to the school so that a spare device may be issued. Cost to Student = $20.00 Accidental Damage 2nd Occurrence – Report to Tech help desk and return the device to the school so that a spare device may be – issued. Depending on availability, a spare device may not be issued for second occurrence. Student may be required to wait un til original device is returned from service. Cost to Student = $40.00 – Accidental Dam ageReport to Tech help desk and Administration and return the device 3rd Occurrence and Subsequent Occurrences e. Loss of to the school, however a spare device will not be issued. Student must wait until the original device is returned from servic privileges regarding Chromebook use may be invoked. Cost to Student = $80.00 Intentional Damage to Chromebook Report to the Tech help Desk/ Administration and return the device to the school so that a spare - device may be issued. Willful damage will be referred to school administration and any and all a ppropriate discipline for damage to school property may be invoked as described in the BCHS/BCMS Student Handbook. Cost to Student = Cost of Repair or Full Replacement Cost (currently $273.00) Lost Device and/or Power Cord – A report must be made immedia tely to Tech Help Desk/ Administration and full replacement cost $25. paid. Cost to Student = Device - $273.00, Power Cord - 22

23 Theft – A report must be made immediately to Tech help desk/ Administration and a police report filed by student. An investigatio n inal will take place. Cost to Student = None *Please Note: Falsifying a police report is a criminal offense and may result in crim charges being filed. V. General Rules of Conduct for Students Using Chromebooks • Students must abide by the provisions s et forth within the district’s Chromebook User Agreement and Acceptable Use of Technology Agreement at all times. • Students must follow teacher instructions daily with regard to Chromebooks as with any classroom rule(s) and/or expectation (s). • Teachers reserve the right to limit Chromebook use during class. • Administrators and teachers reserve the right to monitor to the Chromebook and its content at all times. • The administration reserves the right to confiscate student Chromebooks and suspend stud ent use of the device at any time. After 5 unexcused absences in a semester (or less by recommendation of Principal/DPP), students may be relegated to Day User status u ntil regular attendance is established. • General misconduct, failure to have Chromeboo k at school and/or fully charged may result in student being relegated to Day User status for a period of time (i.e. 3 days, 5 days, 10 days, etc.) as determined by the administration. • In extreme cases involving inappropriate use of the Chrom ebook, Internet, and/ or electronic mail, the administration reserves the right to relegate students to Day Use or Non - User status and/or restrict or suspend access to any and/or all District technology and Internet/ network access. • The Chromebook is th e property of Boyle County Public Schools. • BCHS/BCMS will enforce all district policies and all local, state, and federal laws that apply to the appropriate and legal use of technology. 23

24 NOTICE OF ASBESTOS REINS PECTIONS TO: Parents FROM: , Director of Operations Chris Holderman May 2, 2012 DATE: Asbestos Re - inspection RE: In compliance with the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA), inspections of each school building for asbestos - containing building materials were completed in the spring of 2011. The inspection findings and asbestos management plans have been on file in each school’s administrative office since that time. The EPA requires re - insp ections of the asbestos materials every three (3) years. During the months of September 2010, through May 2011, accredited asbestos inspectors performed these re - inspections. Another three (3) year re - inspection will be completed and recommended actions to take to safely in 2014. An accredited man agement planner reviewed the results of the re - inspections manage asbestos material in our buildings. The actions recommended have been completed and noted in the management plan. e on file in the management plan in each school’s administrative office. Everyone is welcome to view The results of the inspections ar these during normal school hours (Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM). I am the LEA contact person, and I will be 6634 extension 3272. available to answer any questions you may have about asbestos in our buildings at (859) 236 - 24

25 STUDENT REQUEST TO MISS EXTENDED DAYS aordinary educational extr EHO days, authorized by KRS 159.035, allow principals to grant students an excused absence to pursue an The expectation is that the activity for which the excuse was granted would provide a high - opportunity. quality, educationally experience that supports the student’s in - school program. relevant an EHO day, the principal must determine that the activity has significant educational In order for a principal to approve value . Examples that are provided in the statute are participation in educational foreign exchange programs, or in intensive programs in English, mathematics, science, social studies, the arts, and foreign language. instructional, experiential or performance m ust be submitted at least two (2) weeks in advance . This _____________________________________ _____________ Student’s N ame Today’s Date Reason for absence (To be completed by parent/guardian) Number of days to be absent _______ _________________________ Parent’s Signature _____Excused Absence _____Unexcused Absence ________________________ Principal’s Signature Student is required to secure work assignments prior to absence . _________________________ Work to be completed & turned in by __________ st Teacher’s Signature 1 Period _________________________ Work to be completed & tu rned in by __________ nd 2 Period Teacher’s Signature _________________________ Work to be completed & turned in by __________ rd 3 Teacher’s Signature Period _________________________ Work to be completed & turned in by __________ th 4 Period Teacher’s Sig nature _________________________ Work to be completed & turned in by __________ th 5 Period Teacher’s Signature _________________________ Work to be completed & turned in by __________ th 6 Period Teacher’s Signature ____________ _________________ ______ _______ Student’s Signature 25

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