Policies & procedures
Due to COVID-19, some policies & procedures may vary for the 2020-2021 school year.
- Arrival & dismissal
- Assemblies & presentations
- Building security
- Chaperones & visitors
- Dress code
- Electronic devices
- Illegal substances & tobacco
- Leaving campus
- Loss of credit
- Loss of privilege
- Lunch & cafeteria
- Online Student Services requests
- Parking Lot
- Passing periods
- Pep rallies
- Schedule changes
- Student IDs
- Special event dress code
Loss of credit
Missing assignments due to absences
Single period absences
Special Event Dress Code:
District i-Pad or Chromebook
Parking on campus is a privilege, not a right, and may be denied at the discretion of the Administration. By purchasing a parking permit($20, gor this year only), you are stating your intention to attend school over 90% of the days, be on time on the days you attend school, to drive the vehicle you registered, and to follow the rules below. If your parking privileges are removed, NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN!
PARKING LOT VIOLATIONS: Violations may lead to loss of parking privileges/other disciplinary action:
- Reckless driving. (Cutting across the lanes, excessive speed, cutting across the grass, riders on outside of the vehicle).
- Leaving campus, or attempting to leave campus, without permission from the office (vehicle will be searched).
- Going to your car in the parking lot during the day without permission from the AP office (vehicle will be searched).
- Parking in faculty parking or in the wrong space (see below).
- Possession of tobacco/e-cig in the parking lot (even if 18 yrs old), or transporting someone in possession of tobacco/e-cig.
- Fighting or encouraging others to fight in the parking lot, or loitering (not leaving in a reasonable time after school).
- Disrespectful behavior toward the parking attendant or other school employees.
- Failure to follow procedures when you drive a different car (see below).
- Failure to have a parking permit permanently mounted on the window (inside the front windshield, the bottom of the passenger side).
- Allowing others to use your space- - your privilege to park is non-transferable, not even to your siblings.
- Failure to move your vehicle by 3:00 p.m., if your space is located on the marching band practice area.
- Parking privileges may also be removed at the discretion of the principals, based on misconduct at school.
- If you have an accident in the parking lot and don't have current insurance, your parking privilege will be withdrawn.
- If you are an early graduate you must return your parking pass to the assistant principal’s office on your last day of class.
Two parking lot violations could result in loss of parking privileges in accordance with the student handbook.
Random searches will be conducted by the canine unit. If a canine alerts on your vehicle, you will be called to the AP office and escorted to the parking lot. A trained canine officer will search your car for any prohibited substance. You will be held responsible for the contents of your vehicle!
WHAT IF I HAVE TO DRIVE A DIFFERENT CAR FROM THE ONE WITH THE PERMIT? (Rule # 8)
If only temporarily, go to the AP office and fill out the “Temporary Parking” log sheet. You will print your name, ID number, and Parking Permit/Parking Space number on a list. This notifies them that the car in your space that day does belong there. If you have permanently changed cars, and need a new sticker, come to the Assistant Principal’s Office. You will need to bring the old sticker, or what you can of the old one, to get a replacement. If you are unable to bring in the old sticker you will need to purchase a new sticker. The charge is three dollars ($3.00).
IF SOMEONE HAS PARKED IN YOUR SPACE, do not simply take someone else’s space. Park in Row “M” (along the Main Street) and come immediately to the AP office. You will fill out the “Temporary Parking” log sheet and indicate that you are on row “M”. Parking Violators may have their vehicles towed or “booted.” The cost to have a “boot” removed is $20.00, and it is even more expensive to recover a vehicle that has been towed. The parking attendant will check a different section of the parking lot every day, to verify that each car has a permit and that the permit is on the correct, registered car.
ATTENDANCE EXPECTATIONS/ FINES AND PARKING PRIVILEGES
Parking privileges will be reviewed every nine weeks to make sure that those with parking privileges are attending school regularly and have no fines.
Loss of Credit (LOC);
The following policy will be in effect regarding Attendance and/or Loss of Credit (LOC).
- If your name appears on the Loss of Credit (LOC) list at the end of a 9-week cycle and you do not show sufficient documentation of tutorial attendance on a “Principal’s Plan Tutorial Form” before the end of the first week of the following cycle, you will lose your parking privilege until such documentation is submitted to the Assistant Principal’s office.
Loss of Privilege (LOP); Fines List:
The following policy will be in effect regarding Loss of Privilege (LOP) and/or Fines lists.
- If your name appears on the LOP or Fines list at the end of a 9-week cycle and you do not clear this before the end of the first week of the following cycle, you will lose your parking privilege until your name has been cleared from the list.
The following policy will be in effect regarding tardies:
- Three (3) A1/B5 (add both days together) tardies in a cycle will result in loss of parking privileges for the remainder of that cycle.
- Five (5) A1/B5 tardies during a semester will result in loss of parking privileges for the remainder of that semester.
- Seven (7) A1/B5 tardies during the school year will result in loss of parking privileges for the remainder of the school year.
- Ten (10) A1/B5 tardies for the year will make you ineligible for parking privileges the following school year.
- Any student who accumulates 10 or more total tardies, regardless of the class period(s), will lose parking privileges for the remainder of the school year. You MUST get to school/class on time to remain eligible to park on our campus!
You may only get your name on a waiting list if your attendance is in good standing. Students will be removed from the waiting list if they appear on the Loss of Credit or Fines List. Seniors on the waiting list will be given first priority. If you have been denied parking privileges, or lose them, you may only get your name on the waiting list if, at the end of a nine-week grading period, your name does not show up on a Loss of Credit or Fines List. Sign up in the Assistant Principals’ Office and this will be verified for you.
Dresses must not be low cut in front or extremely low cut in back (opening in back must not fall below the waist).
Hemlines must fall to below the fingertips with shoulders at rest.
Skirts/dresses with multiple layers must have a solid layer that comes below the fingertips with shoulders at rest.
Slits in dresses must not be higher than below the fingertips with shoulders at rest.
Strapless and spaghetti straps will be permitted.
Extremely tight clothing and dresses/skirts that ride up to an inappropriate length when walking or dancing are not acceptable.
No see through attire, revealing cut-outs, or exposed midriffs.
Campus Improvement Plan
- Compact Agreement
- Compact Agreement Spanish
- Compact Agreement Vietnamese
- RHS Campus Parent Involvement Policy
- RHS Campus Parent Involvement Policy Spanish
- RHS Campus Parent Involvement Policy Vietnamese
- Right to Know Policy English PDF
- Right to Know Policy Spanish PDF
- Right to Know Policy Vietnamese PDF
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.
- Student Code of Conduct & Handbook (PDF)
- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) (PDF)
- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)-Spanish (PDF)
- Parent Involvement Policy
Visit the Policies page on the district website for additional polices and related information.