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6 Robert E. Lee High School 2012-2013

7 Administrators Rick Canales – Principal Lee High School
Ernest Paz – A - C Corby Brown – D - Ha Monica Ruiz-Mills – He - Me Donald Poole – Mi - Ror Laura Lugo – Ros - Z Caprica Wells – Attendance Gary Comalander – Curriculum AP Cynthia Rinehart – STEM AP Kathy Bieser – Principal ISA Paul Smith - AP

8 Counselors Esther Cervantes A-C Linda Chanler D - Ha
Lucrisa Mireles He – Me Andrea Benavidez Mi - Ror Tracy Padilla Ros – Z Lisa Frisbie – STEM Safe and Drug Free Counselor – Karla Bolton Family Specialists – Alicia Walker and Ana Alvarado

9 Student Responsibilities
Attend school daily -Your education -Scholarships (San Antonio Educational Partnership) -No Credit (NC’s) -COURT -TEA Forms Be on time for your classes -Tardy consequences After School Detention assigned by classroom teachers In-School-Suspension Saturday Detention Be prepared for class (Books & Supplies important for success) Respect yourself, teachers, others and property Behavior standards within student code of conduct

10 Emergency Card Students are required to have a current emergency card on file at school. Working telephone numbers are vitally important. Parents, or other adults authorized to pick up students must be on the emergency card.

11 Medications Medications must be kept in the clinic in the original prescription container. Students must not carry any medications. Parents/guardians must provide all needed medication. (even Tylenol)

12 Identification Cards Students are required to obtain a school identification card and have it in their possession at all times. Students ID pictures can be taken in the main office before or after school and at lunch. ID’s MUST be in your possession to get lunch or leave a classroom. If you misplace your ID, you WILL need to purchase a replacement. Cost for replacement IDs will be $5.00 for ID card and/or $3.00 for lanyard.

No Leaving Campus If you leave you must check out through attendance office. Students may leave campus only when authorized by parents, legal guardian, or school administrator. During Lunch You May Not Leave Campus. Our Campus is a Closed Campus which means you must stay here. You must stay here before school You must stay here during passing periods You must stay here during classes Visitors may not come on campus for lunch or to sit in on classes.

14 Student leaving campus With an Off Campus pass
Late Start Students: When you arrive on campus, wait in entry foyer area near the attendance office until your class time. You are not to wander campus. Early Release Students: Only students that have Co-op, VAC, or Off Campus periods identified on the back of your ID by a color coded sticker may leave campus. Students having these periods must leave campus and not “hang around” A student may leave campus only when authorized by parents, legal guardian, or school administrator. Must be through attendance office.

15 Leaving Classroom Leaving Classroom
-Students are NOT allowed to leave classrooms without their personal ID and a PASS. Passes are not issued the first 10 or last 10 minutes of class. Please be responsible when leaving classroom and arrive at your designation within five minutes. Do not walk out of a classroom. If you have a concern with your learning environment or something happening in a classroom, schedule an appointment with your teacher first, then counselor or administrator.

16 Lockers Periodic general inspections of lockers may be conducted by school authorities for any reason at any time, without notice, without student consent, and without a search warrant. Whenever possible - student will be assigned an individual locker No valuables in lockers. Do not give combinations out.

17 Textbooks Lost or stolen books must be paid before other books are issued. Fines may be assessed for any damage - water, graffiti, writing, torn. Textbooks must be covered at all times. Students must turn in their textbooks dropping a class withdrawing from school before leaving school for summer vacation. Do NOT leave books in lockers at the end of the school year, there will be a $10 fine assessed

18 Deliveries Students may NOT receive deliveries such as flowers, balloons, etc. Students will NOT be called to the office during the school day to pick up deliveries. Gifts to one another should be given off campus. Deliveries and Gifts distract the learning environment. The only exceptions are lunch money, projects, books or clothing from parents.

19 Cell Phones Cell phones must be turned off and concealed between 8:45 a.m. and 4:05 p.m. with the exception of your lunch time in the cafeteria or the gray courtyard. Verbal Warning - (enter on District Referral Form and Compass) parent contact, item remains with child. 1st Offense - (enter on District Referral Form & Compass) parent contact; item confiscated, turned into main office; picked up by parent during AP/parent meeting. 2nd Offense – (enter on District Referral Form & Compass) parent contact; item confiscated, turned into main office, phone picked up by parent during AP/parent meeting. Continued Offenses - (enter on District Referral Form and Compass) . Same as 1st Offense. AP consequence for Persistent misbehavior. REFUSAL TO TURN-IN IS AN ACT OF DEFIANCE

20 MP3’s and other Electronic Devices
Mp3’s, iPod’s, PSP’s and other electronic devices are NOT allowed on campus. NO ear-buds or headphones are to be worn on campus. As per NEISD school policy we are NOT RESPONSIBLE for lost or stolen electronics. Please leave these valuables at home. You are encouraged to file a report with the school police officers if stolen.

21 Got Problems? Need Mediation?
Goal of Mediation: To help students control anger before he/she raises a fist or reaches for a weapon. The Mediator’s do not judge, blame, punish, or impose solutions on disputants. Mediation is a voluntary process in which you may seek guidance for problems that may rise with students. Contact a teacher, counselor, or AP for help. PALS STAN COUNSELOR – Karla Bolton

22 Riding the bus is a PRIVILEGE, NOT a right!
Bus Conduct Riding the bus is a PRIVILEGE, NOT a right! Students are under the same Student Code of Conduct on the bus as they are in school Video Cameras are used in busses to promote safety

23 CONDUCT Students who engage in fighting or disorderly conduct will be subject to a ticket and the possibility of an AHS placement

24 Student Safety Who can you call?
North East ISD Police Department is on Our Officers are: Officer Moe Suarez Officer Raul Guerrero The 24 hour hot tip line phone number is 655-CARE (2273)

25 Prohibited Items Alcohol, Drugs Weapons, Chains, Mace Metallic markers, permanent markers Teen Club Flyers, Party Brochures SKATEBOARDS ON CAMPUS Petitions and or printed documents of any kind on school grounds without specific approval of principal.

26 Gangs and Gang Activity
Wearing, possessing, using, distributing, displaying, or selling any clothing, jewelry, emblems, badges, symbols, graffiti, bandanas or any other signs of gang activity are prohibited. Gang related apparel will be confiscated Gang graffiti is prohibited on notebooks, bookcovers, desks, person, lockers, graffiti implements, etc.

27 Internet/Network Acceptable Use
Internet services are used to enhance the learning process only Students and parents are required to read and sign the NEISD “Acceptable Use Guidelines” for Internet access. By signing this document the student and parent/guardian indicate that the student will follow the guidelines. Violation of guidelines will result in disciplinary action

28 DRESS CODE 2012-2013 North East Independent School District

29 NO CAPS ALLOWED Prohibited head apparel:
Hats Bandanas Caps Rags Etc.

Prohibited Dress at all School Activities HALTER TOPS/STRAPLESS

31 Pants may not have excessive tears or holes


33 Prohibited Advertising:
Alcoholic beverages Sex, tobacco Drugs, gang, satanic Weapons Etc.

34 Footwear Prohibited: Footwear with reinforced toes or soles that are: Steel, Hard plastic, or similar materials. NO House Shoes or slippers

Cutoffs, frayed-hem shorts/skirts/pants EXCESSIVELY WORN AND FRAYED JEANS OR OTHER PANTS ARE PROHIBITED. Excessively short skirts and shorts Appropriate Length

36 Prohibited length for shorts or skirts

37 Prohibited pants and bandanas

38 EAR ONLY No body piercing
PROHIBITED: Upper or Lower Lip Nose Eye Brow Chin Cheeks Etc. We will confiscate all facial piercings. Teachers and administrators will pick them up and you may get them after school from the main office CLEAR PLASTIC RETAINERS MAY be used in the pierced area.

39 Tattoos Displaying tattoos promoting violence, reflecting gang activity are considered to be offensive and are prohibited.

40 Hair Hair must be neat and clean Hair must be of a NATURAL COLOR

41 Appropriate dress

42 Appropriate Shorts Appropriate length for shorts and skirts must be longer than tip of your middle finger. Anything shorter will result in either calling home for a change of clothes or sitting in ISS.

43 Thank You…

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