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Accidents are to be reported immediately to the Main Office so that staff can attend to the student and get the assistance necessary for injuries. A call will be made to by the responding staff member when emergency medical assistance may be necessary. In compliance with Section of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act ADA , the Davis School District and [name of your school] will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Augustin , their principal or supervisor, or you may contact the District ADA Coordinator, Steve Baker , for parent or employee accommodations; or Section Coordinator, Midori Clough for student accommodations.
Students will be ased an advisory class Support Our Seahawks that they will attend every day. The intent of this class will help with time management, work habits, social and emotional well-being, and other parts of a successful junior high experience.
Students will meet with this teacher for 60 minutes on the late start day and a quick check in for 20 minutes on all other days. Attendance will be taken in these classes. Absence: In accordance with Davis County School District Policy and Utah Law, students are to be in school unless they are excused due to illness, injury or family emergency. Parents should notify the attendance secretary of all excused absences within 48 hours of the initial absence.
They can call , or reply to the notification of the absence. Parents can also clear an absence on MyDSD within 3 days. It is the responsibility of the student to check with the teacher concerning missed work. Usually, one day make-up time will be given for each day absent. Asments are accessible online through Canvas.
Teachers may also be contacted before school, after school, or by e-mail concerning any work that might have been missed. The school cannot release students from school to anyone but the legal guardian or an adult deated by the legal guardian. The deation can be made on the Student Information Form.
Closed Campus: Syracuse Junior High is a closed campus. Students who leave campus without properly checking-out will be considered truant and may receive a truancy citation. Hall Passes: Students obtain a hall pass from the classroom teacher. Students abusing the hall pass privilege may be considered truant. Released-time Policy: Utah Law permits the release of students during school hours for attendance at religious classes taught on private property. Released-time students are to be off school property by the time the tardy bell rings and should not re-enter school property until the class dismissal bell rings.
Tardiness: Tardiness is disruptive to the orderly running of a school. Students may be considered tardy if they are not in class before the tardy bell. Students who are excessively tardy will receive reduced citizenship grades and will be subject to school discipline. Four 4 tardies are considered to be excessive in one term in any given class and may result in a U citizenship grade. The on-campus use of backpacks to carry books and school materials at school will be allowed.
Classroom teachers will inform students where their backpacks can be stored during class time. The administration of Syracuse Junior High is not authorized to issue bus passes until the Transportation Department releases the of available seats. This usually occurs in October. Until that time, all issues of bus eligibility should be addressed to Davis District Transportation by calling It is the policy of the DSD Transportation Department to allow its drivers to set up a comprehensive discipline plan for their bus. Discipline plans will be distributed to the student riders the first week of school.
Use this information and follow the step-by-step instructions provided online to setup your in the MyDSD system available by app or desktop computer. From the MyDSD , students can view grades, homework, attendance reports, take surveys, and teachers. All teachers will be using Canvas. If you need assistance, please contact the front office.
High school graduation requirements in the Davis School District include satisfactory citizenship grades and adherence to the rules and policies of the school. Citizenship grades will be determined each term by the classroom teachers.
School administration may also issue a U citizenship grade for negative or inappropriate behavior. Serious negative behavior may include, but is not limited to, documented conduct such as: five 5 or more uncleared absences in a term; four 4 or more tardies in a term; disrespect for school authority or staff; use of vulgarity or profanity; public displays of affection kissing, holding hands, hugging, etc.
Ninth grade students who receive unsatisfactory citizenship grades U , shall lose citizenship credits -. When a U is made up, the lost -. Ninth grade students can earn make-up citizenship credit by performing community service. Four 4 hours of service must be completed for each U grade received. This service cannot be for a relative of the student and must be done without pay. To clear a U from the record, students will need to complete the contract, which can be found by talking to the citizenship secretary in the front office, and submit it to the front office.
By school policy, no class change requests will be accepted during a semester already in session. Any exception to this policy will be rare and require certain conditions: i. Students are required to leave campus at the end of the day no later than p. Students must be involved in a supervised activity to stay in the building. Students who are not in an activity will be asked to leave the building and grounds immediately.
District Policy requires all students seventh, eighth and ninth grade who fail a core class Math, English, Science, or Social Studies to take a makeup class. Students should talk to their counselor for more information. School appropriate hats and head gear may be worn.
Consequences: Students who violate dress code may call home for appropriate clothes, be given alternative clothing, or be placed in In School Suspension until corrected. The use of all electronic devices both district-owned and privately-owned that are accessed at school shall be done so in compliance with the District Acceptable Use Policy. Students may possess and use privately-owned electronic devices at school subject to the following:. Accordingly, the use of the video or audio recording functions of privately-owned electronic devices is always prohibited on school premises.
With prior approval, the above prohibitions may be relaxed under certain circumstance as directed by a teacher for educational purposes i. Although the availability of video documentation might seem useful in resolving issues such as fights, the replaying of the video is often so disruptive and harmful to the subjects of the incident, that its negative effects far outweigh any benefit of having it. The posting or distribution of video only serves to continue to victimize the individuals involved, violating their right to privacy. Such action contributes to the harm of the students involved and is considered egregious behavior.
Individuals who post or repost online or otherwise share recorded material of a school incident may receive school disciplinary action for disruptive behavior. The school is not responsible for electronic devices that are not picked-up by a parent within ten days after the date the administrator contacted the parent for retrieval of the device. When a Personal Electronic Device is submitted to the office, the following consequences will be administered:.
School consequences could include In School Suspension, suspension, citizenship U, restriction on the possession of a privately-owned electronic device at school. The school can also suspend access to school owned devices for violations of this policy.
The school shall not assume responsibility for theft, loss, damage, or unauthorized use of an electronic device. If devices are loaned to or borrowed and misused by non-owners, device owners are tly responsible for the misuse or policy violation s. Individuals wishing to report a violation of this policy should contact a school administrator. Extracurricular Activities - Participation in interscholastic athletics, cheerleading, student government, student clubs, graduation ceremonies, and other extracurricular activities is not a protected civil right.
Therefore, students who are suspended, transferred to an alternative placement, or expelled, may lose the privilege of participation in all extracurricular activities during. Students desiring to participate in extracurricular activities must maintain the following standards:. Cheerleading Eligibility - Any student who seeks to be a cheerleader must have maintained a minimum GPA of 3. Cheerleaders must not have received either an F or a U during the three terms preceding tryouts. Furthermore, overall citizenship grades may be factored into the score sheets of cheerleader applicants.
Candidates must not have received either an F or a U during the three terms preceding elections. An N grade may have an adverse effect on the score of an appointed office application. Once in office, officers may not receive an F or U, and must maintain a 3. Athletics Eligibility - In the term preceding athletic participation, students must have obtained a minimum GPA of 2. Determination of academic and citizenship eligibility shall be made no later than the seventh calendar day following the last day of the grading period.
Grade changes after that time cannot restore lost eligibility. Students falling below these standards on any end-of-term report card will be immediately ineligible to participate. Mid-term reports do not apply. Students may appeal to the Standards Committee for further consideration of their standing. These rights are:. Parents who wish to ask the school to amend a record should write the principal or appropriate school official, clearly identify the part of the record they want changed and specify why it should be changes.
If the school decides not to amend the record as requested by the parent, the school will notify the parent or eligible student of the decision and advise them of their right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Such exceptions include, but are not limited to: [a] school officials with legitimate educational interests; [b] other schools to which a student is transferring; [c] individuals who have obtained court orders or subpoenas; [d] individuals who need to know in cases of health and safety emergencies; [e] official in the juvenile justice system to improve education outcomes ; [f] a State agency or organization that is legally responsible for the care and protection of the student, including the responsibility to investigate a report of educational neglect; [g] specified officials for audit or evaluation purposes; or [h] organizations conducting studies for or on behalf of the District.
A school official is a person employed by the District as an administrator, supervisor, instructor, or support staff member including health or medical staff and law enforcement unit personnel ; a person serving as a volunteer; a person serving on the District School Board; a person or company with whom the District has contracted to perform a special task such as an attorney, auditor, medical consultant, or therapist , or to whom the District has outsourced institutional services or functions.
A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. Student Directory Information Directory Information, which is information that is generally not considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if released, may be released at the discretion of school officials, without consent, for appropriate reasons such as, school publications, newspaper articles, and to outside education related organizations.
In addition, two federal laws require secondary schools to provide military recruiters, upon request, the names, addresses, and telephone s of their students. Family Policy Compliance Office, U. Complaints should be reported as soon as possible, but not later than days from the date you learned of the circumstances of the alleged violation. Rights under the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment: The Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment PPRA affords parents certain rights regarding the use of surveys or other school activities which may involve the collection or use of protected information.
These include the right to:. Receive notice and an opportunity to opt a student out of activities involving collection, disclosure, or use of personal information obtained from students regarding any of the protected information areas. Inspect, upon request and before administration or use of: [a] protected information surveys deed to be administered to students; and [b] instructional material used as part of the educational curriculum.
Davis School District has policies in place to protect student privacy as required by both State and Federal law. Syracuse Junior High School will directly notify you of the specific or approximate dates of activities which involve the collection or use of protected information and provide an opportunity to opt your student tout of participating in such activities.Seeking cheerleader for Syracuse no sex
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