TABLE OF CONTENTS - The Staff of Central High School SCHOOL DIRECTORY PRINCIPAL – Jeff Waggener Teachers

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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS Welcome………………………2 School Records………………..21

    SCHOOL INFORMATION DISCIPLINE / ATTENDANCE

    School Directory ……………..3 General Conduct……………24

    Mission Statement…………….4 Student Appearance………...25

    Class Officers/Sponsors………4 Cheating Policy……………..26

    Emergency Evacuation………..5 Student Behavior……………26

    Notice of Nondiscrimination…….6 Detention System…………...28

    Handbook Purpose…………...6 Suspension………………….30

    Weather Dismissal…………….6 Expulsion……………………31

    Telephone……………………..6 Attendance Procedure………31

    Students and Visitors………….7 Demerit System……………..36

    Book Rental…………………...7 Late Arrival/Early Dismissal………37

    Physical & Dental Exams……..7 Student Safety………………37

    Student Insurance……………..7 Sexual Harassment………….38

    Student Photographs…………..8 Special Student Services……38

    School Lunches……………….8 EXTRA CURRICULAR

    Medication at School………….9 Requirements………………..39

    Building Use…………………11 Clubs & Organizations……...40

    Activity Calendar……………12 School Parties/Functions……40

    ACADEMIC INFORMATION Student Council……………..41

    Grading System……………...12 Activity Funds………………41

    Dual Credit Classes………….12 Fundraising………………….42

    Weighted Classes……………12 Bus Transportation Rules…...42

    Honor Roll/NHS……………..13 Use of Cell Phones………….43

    Grade Point Average………...13 Driving Rules……………….44

    Class or Grade Status………..15 Vision and Hearing…………45

    Graduation Requirements……15 Athletic Handbook 46

    Area Vocational School……..17

    Lockers………………..……..18

    IRC Guidelines………………18

    Computer Use Guidelines…...19

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    Dear Students and Parents, Welcome back to school! Summer is about over and it’s time to head back to the classroom. We hope your summer was relaxing and enjoyable and you are excited about starting a new year of school. Please read over the handbook and become familiar with what is expected of students at CHS. This year the Student Handbook can be found on-line. There have been some revisions from last year’s handbook that you should review for this year. Please make sure that your acknowledgement forms have been signed and turned in at registration. We are fortunate to live in a community that values education and supports the efforts of our schools. We are proud of the students in our school and how well they represent their community and our school. Our goal at CHS is to give every student the educational opportunities to succeed in life and we ask for your help in making this a reality. Have a great year at CHS! Mr. Waggener

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    The Staff of Central High School SCHOOL DIRECTORY

    PRINCIPAL – Jeff Waggener Teachers Subject(s) Taught Amanda Blair Col Prep III/Brit Lit/Senior Comp Mark Brassfield Computers/Graphic Arts Chris Clevenger Band/Chorus

    Brad Dixon Geography/ World History/Gov Pam Eaton Art Alex Ebbing P.E. Justin Edgar Driver Education/P.E. Ronda Frese Family and Consumer Sciences Lane Glick Agriculture Andy Flachs Special Services Jill Knuffman Special Services Peter Lebron Spanish Lisa Litchfield Math I/ Teacher Tech Emily Obert Biology/ A & P Todd Plattner American History Casey Rhea Calculus/Pre-Calc/Trig/Math III Tracy Rhea P.E. Alicia Schmidt Chemistry/Physics Chris Schmidt Health/ Physical Science Hannah Schnettgoecke English I & III Amy Shaw P.E. Jordan Tenhouse Math II/ Math III Jackie Zeeman Speech/English II/ Journalism John Walter P.E. STUDENT SERVICES/ATHLETIC DIRECTOR - Matt Long SCHOOL COUNSELOR Sarah Triplett LIBRARIAN Vicki Eilers SECRETARIES Amy Summy/Debi Royalty

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    SCHOOL INFORMATION

    CHS MISSION STATEMENT Central High School will provide a safe learning

    environment which nurtures students of varying abilities in becoming productive and responsible citizens through a comprehensive and challenging curriculum.

    CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS President – Kelli Zimmerman President – Jaycie Taylor V. President – Anthony Holtschlag

    V. Pres. –Chrissy Weaver Secretary-Alisha Winters

    Secretary - Lydia Coggeshall Treasurer-Eric Lee Treas. – Callie Weber Student Council-CJ Brotherton

    Student Council-Lauren Conover/Taylor Heiman

    SOPHOMORE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS President – Maggie Peligrino President –Madeline Davis V. President – Keagan Merritt V. Pres – Kiley Hunt Secretary –Blake Stahl Secretary – Sophia Richmiller Treasurer – Logan Keppner Treasurer –Megan Lee Student Council – Landon Ayers Leah Shaffer

    Student Council-Brey Genenbacher

    CLASS SPONSORS Class of 2014 - Mr. Dixon/Mr. Tenhouse Class of 2015 – Ms. Triplett/Mr. Plattner Class of 2016 – Mrs. Knuffman/ Mr. Edgar

    Class of 2017-Mrs. Litchfield/ Mrs. Shaw

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    EMERGENCY EVACUATION

    Fire or emergency drills will be conducted periodically. At the beginning of the year, the teachers will give the procedures to follow in case of a drill. Drill regulations are posted in each room. During a fire drill, all pupils will be required to follow these general directions:

    1. Pupils as well as the teacher will close all room window(s) and door(s) and turn off lights.

    2. Pupils will move rapidly in a quiet and orderly fashion to the proper exit.

    3. The first pupils to reach the outside doors of the building will open them and remain in charge of them until everyone in the building has exited

    4. Upon leaving the building, each class will move away from the building to the area designated by their teacher and remain there until the alarm stops sounding.

    During a severe weather drill, all pupils will be required to follow these general directions:

    1. All students and teachers should move immediately to their designated shelter areas.

    2. All persons are to assume a kneeling or seated position on the floor with the head down and hands locked over the head.

    3. Keep away from outside walls, doors, and windows. 4. Remain at least 40 feet from exit doors and external

    building openings. 5. Leave a passageway through the center of each

    hallway. In the event of an evacuation, students will be transported to the designated evacuation sites. Parents will be notified through the School Reach Messaging System when their student(s) can be picked up. If circumstances prevent the parent or legal guardian from picking up their child, a school official will call the parent/guardian to get verbal confirmation that another person has permission to pick up their child. The parent/guardian or person responsible for picking up your student will NOT BE ALLOWED IN THE BUILDING. (This is to help eliminate chaos.)

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    Students who are not picked up by parent/guardian or designated person will be taken home on their usual bus route.

    NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION Camp Point Community Unit District # 3 insures equal educational opportunities are offered to students, regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, or handicap. Questions in reference to educational opportunities may be directed to Martin Cook, Superintendent.

    DISTRICT COMPLAINT MANAGERS: Please be advised that students, parents, guardians, employees, or community members should notify any District Complaint Manager or the District Non-discrimination Coordinator if they believe that the School Board, its employees, or agents have violated their rights guaranteed by the State or Federal Constitution, State or Federal Law Statute, or Board policy. The current District Complaint Managers are: Bill Reed, phone 593-7731 and Tracy Conley, phone 593-7116.

    HANDBOOK PURPOSE

    This handbook is intended only as a guide for the students of CUSD #3. The principal has the responsibility and authority to enforce the rules and implement the consequences as deemed appropriate. Rules are critical for students to follow in order for CHS to provide the structure for a safe, secure learning environment for all students.

    WEATHER/EMERGENCY DISMISSAL In the event that school must be dismissed due to bad weather, equipment breakdowns, or other unusual reason, the general public will be notified through radio stations (WTAD & WGEM) and TV stations (KHQA & WGEM).

    TELEPHONE Students should use the phone in the hallway for all calls

    made during the school day. Before using, students must have permission from the office. Calls are to be made during lunch periods only, except in case of emergency. Students receiving calls from parents will be called to the phone during class, only in the case of an emergency. Messages will be delive