Newsletter Aug-Sept 2018
Students and parents/guardians are hereby notified that school lockers, desks and other facilities or spaces provided by the school for student use are subject to periodic search without prior notice other than this annual notice. School officials may conduct periodic searches that will occur in the presence of student(s) or in the presence of at least two school officials without the student(s) present. Here are a couple of helpful things to have your student do before riding the bus: 1. Make sure your student knows their 2. Make sure your student knows their . 3. Make sure your student knows what . 4. Make sure your student knows which the bus. 5. . If there is a tag in their back pack with this information, it will help school staff get the child to the right place. Pay when it’s most convenient with a computer or mobile device at https://lemarscsd.RevTrak.net . Skip the lines, save time, and be confident that your pay- ment makes it where it needs to go. You can pay online with eCheck, debit, or credit cards. Your school is now accepting online payments for textbook fees, course fees, lunch, activity passes, and in-town bussing. A student’s dress and grooming have a substantial effect upon his/her performance both in school and on the job. The well-groomed student is encouraged toward better school work and behavior. All students are expected to dress in proper attire. The criteria for determining the acceptability of student appearance shall include safety, health, modesty, cleanliness, and no disruption or distraction to the educational process. Students are not expected to dress in a uniform manner, but inappropriate or unkept dress and grooming that would bring discredit or disruption to the school is unacceptable. Examples of inappropriate dress include clothing promoting alcohol, drugs, tobacco, gang activity, sex, cults, or satanic activities. This includes clothing with logos that are clearly identified as such or make blatant inferences. Biking shorts and tube tops are not acceptable. Pants that are worn well below the normal waist or belt line are not permitted due to the distraction they cause which interrupts the educational process. The State of Iowa Health Code does require that shoes be worn at all times. Caps, hats, sunglasses are for outside wear unless approved in advance through the principal’s office. Chains such as those attached to billfolds and belt loops are not allowed to be worn regardless of the length of the chain or where on the body they are worn. Students not dressed appropriately will be required to change and may be counted unexcused in their absence from class while they find acceptable clothing.
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