DEBT POLICY If a student has outstanding debts, his/her report
cards, diplomas, and other like documents, as well as the opportunity to
participate in the graduation ceremony will be withheld.
ID CARDS Students are required to purchase 4-year ID cards at
the beginning of the freshman year and are expected to carry an ID card whenever
they are on campus. Students must pay for a replacement if the card is lost. ID
cards are required for checking out library materials and for admission to
certain school functions.
LOCKERS Lockers are issued by the 4th hour teachers at the
beginning of the school year. The locker rental fee is $1.00. Students should
safeguard the belongings kept in the locker by protecting the combination to the
locker at all times.
GYM LOCKERS Never leave valuables in the gym locker. The P.E.
teacher in charge of the class will provide safe lock-up for valuables kept
during class time. If you leave clothes, shoes etc. in your gym locker, make
sure it is locked and cannot be opened by anyone but yourself.
PARKING Parking stickers (permits) are required to be
purchased at the beginning of the school year by students wishing to bring
vehicles onto the campus. Parking on the campus is a privilege and as such can
be revoked if students do not buy parking permits or park illegally.
- Students are to park in either of the two large
parking lots. Students should back the car into the space between the yellow
stripes, and they should not park in the row nearest the school, which is
reserved for teachers until 8:10 a.m.
- Automobiles are to be vacated and locked
immediately on arrival and may be re-entered only at time of authorized
departure. Students are not to loiter in the parking lot before or after school.
The area in front of the school and the area near the gym are not for student
parking. The stadium parking lot will not be used for student parking during
school hours without approval of the administration. If a student receives a
parking violation slip, he is to report to Room 113 before school on the next
day. Students are not allowed on the parking lots during the school day without
authorization from the office.
CAFETERIA Students are expected to display proper behavior
while in the cafeteria. Students are to return trays when they have finished
eating and are to clean up the area in which they eat. Food and drink should be
consumed only in the cafeteria or in a designated outside area at lunch.
Do not bring food, chips, candy, drinks, or drink
containers to school unless they are properly stored. All food, chips, candy,
drinks, or drink containers improperly stored will be confiscated.
Money collections are permitted on campus provided
they are for approved school purposes. No outside solicitations will be
permitted on campus.
RADIOS, TAPE PLAYERS, CAMERAS,
BEEPERS, CELLULAR PHONES, LASER LIGHTS, AND OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES Radios, tape players, cameras, beepers, cellular
phones, laser lights, and other electronic devices are not to be brought to
school, and will be confiscated.
The pay phones are not to be used during class.
However, they are available before school and after school until the building is
secured. Only the pay phone in the gym lobby may be used during lunch. The pay
phone is not to be used to check out of school! This must be done through the
secretary in the office. The counselors' phones in the office are for EMERGENCY
POLICY It shall be the policy
at Captain Shreve High School that every student and employee is free of sexual
harassment. A grievance procedure that provides for prompt and equitable
handling of sexual harassment complaints may be initiated through Mrs. Arlene
Hague, Assistant Principal.
ADMINISTERING MEDICINES TO
STUDENTS It shall be the
policy of the Caddo Parish School Board that all children's medication be
administered by a parent. However, under exceptional circumstances, and subject
to the conditions set forth, if a child is required to take oral medication or
an injection during school hours and the parent or tutor cannot come to the
school to administer the medication, the principal or his designee may
administer the medication in strict compliance with the following regulations:
- The medication must be prescribed and
directions given by a physician for administering the medicine.
- A written request signed by both parents, if
available, or a tutor shall be made on a form available in the office and
designated at "Medical Request". The request must be delivered
in person by the parent or tutor to the principal of the school in which
the child is enrolled.