Policies & procedures

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Links are provided below for information most requested by parents and students. Please feel free to contact the administrative offices at GHS if you have questions about any of this information or require additional information regarding a subject not listed.

Visit the Policies page on the district website for information about the following policies:

  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
  • Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
  • Student Code of Conduct & Handbook
  • Parent Involvement Policy


Please see district attendance policy.

GHS attendance personnel, student last names for which they are responsible, and their phone extensions are listed below. 

Alexis Mondragon: A-E, Ext #60073 

Ivonne Renteria: F-L, Ext #60005  

Martha Cruz; M-R; Ext #60472

Lourdes Aguilar; S-Z; Ext #60006


For infractions of the Student Code of Conduct or a campus or classroom rule violation, teachers and administrators may detain students after school hours on one or more days. The student shall be informed of the behavior that constitutes the violation and shall be given an opportunity to explain his/her version of the incident.

Campus enrollment

Enrolling at GHS

New students can enroll Monday through Friday from 7:00-9:15 a.m.

Items needed for enrollment:

  • Proof of Residence (Contract/Lease or Most Current Electric or Gas Bill)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Immunization Records
  • Social Security Card
  • Most Recent Report Card or Withdrawal Records


District policies

To support our mission of providing an exceptional education to all students, we have created policies designed to help your student have the best possible education experience.

Visit the Policies page on the district website for additional polices and related information.

Dress code

Please see district dress code.

Title I 

The Campus Parent Involvement Policy explains how our campus supports the important role of parents in the education of their children.  We offer a Parent Compact to establish a partnership among parents, school staff, and students for improving student academic achievement.

Campus Improvement Plan

A Campus Improvement Plan serves as the blueprint for how a campus will address performance objectives and other campus needs that have been identified from a Campus Needs Assessment.