Joining a club, team or group is a great way to have a wonderful high school experience.
Credits – you must pass 26 classes in order to graduate.
To be a Sophomore – you must pass 6 classes and have 90% attendance this year to become a Sophomore.
STAAR EOC – you must pass 5 STAAR EOC tests to graduate high school. Three of these tests you take this year.
Students will follow all school rules while on campus.
Students will be in the cafeteria or gym before school. Students will not roam hallways at any time during the school day. Students may not listen to audible music.
Breakfast should only be eaten in the cafeteria unless planned and authorized by teacher. All trash must be thrown away.
If a student plans on attending a tutorial in the morning it must be proactively planned and the teacher must meet/escort the student from the cafeteria.
Between school bells student must be constantly moving to their next class. Students will be on time to class by “walking and talking” through the hallways.
Students will walk on the “right” side of the hallways to maintain consistent traffic flow.
Students shall not gather or listen to audible music in the hallways. Students should use this time to go to the restroom and/or get a drink of water.
Students shall utilize their time in school to ensure their academic success!
A student is tardy to class if arriving after the bell anytime. The teacher will input a “tardy” into the electronic gradebook for this student.
Any student arriving to class more than 10 minutes late will be marked “absent”.
Excessive tardies will result in disciplinary action. The third (3rd) tardy, and other subsequent tardies will result in a referral.
Excessive absences will result in loss of credit for the class. A student may have a passing grade for the class but due to absences may not earn credit for the class.
Only one student at a time is allowed to go to the restroom from a particular classroom.
No restroom passes will be given the first and last 10 minutes of the class period.
Student will be given and wear their class’s hallway colored restroom pass/lanyard. Students should go to the restroom in their colored hallway area.
Students should utilize their hallway time between class exchanges to use the restroom and/or get drinks of water.
6 Students sitting per table
All students are sitting down unless waiting in lunch lines
Students may not listen to audible music
Students speak to table mates in a controlled voice
Lunch may only be eaten in the cafeteria unless planned and authorized by teacher
All parent dropped off lunches can be picked up at the administrative table in the cafeteria
All trash will be thrown away
Students will be released by administration
Students with questions regarding this dress code should use this rule of thumb: “If in doubt, don’t wear it!”
These are NOT all of the rules regarding dress code – please see Student Handbook
Shirts/Tops NOT allowed: muscle shirts, tank tops, halter tops, spaghetti straps, low cut tops, backless, see-through, off the shoulder, and midriff. When you raise your hand, shirt/top must cover waistband.
All dresses/skirts, shorts 2″ above the top of knee.
Shirt/top worn with leggings must completely cover hips, and reach the top of the thigh.
Clothing and accessories may not display any prohibited substance, weapon, violence, vulgar and obscene language or image, gangs, cults, and/or insults to race, religion, gender or ethnicity.
No hats, caps, bandannas, or other hair/head covering is permitted. Exceptions approved by administration.
Bandannas may not be worn as an accessory.
CHS is NOT responsible for theft, damage, or loss of personal electronic devices.
The policy for the use of electronic devices includes ALL electronic devices.
Must have teacher permission.
Student must be able to hear and comply with staff directions.
Students may not take a picture or video of another student violating the student code of conduct.
Student may not use electronic device in ISS and/or detention.
Principal – Mr. Gorka / Building Secretary – Mrs. Von Quintus