parents/guardian) Internet AUP Agreement on file. This agreement consists of two parts:
The Archdiocesan Internet AUP
The Elder High School Internet AUP and Code of Conduct.
Students who violate either AUP are liable to have their computer privileges suspended, receive demerits, or both.
Personal Electronic Devices: Students may not have in their possession personal electronic devices. During the school day (7:50 A.M. to 2:30 P.M.) such equipment must be disabled/turned off and secured in the student’s locker. If confiscated:
The student will receive 2 demerits (including 2 hours of Saturday detention). The student may retrieve the device from the Dean of Students, at the end of the school day, upon paying a $10 fine.
If confiscated a second time during the school year, the student will receive 4 demerits (including 4 hours of Saturday detention). The student may retrieve the device from the Dean of Students, at the end of the school day, upon paying a $10 fine.
If confiscated a third time during the school year, the student will receive 4 demerits (including 4 hours Saturday detention). The student may retrieve the device at the end of the school year from the Dean of Students.
Administration of Medication: Medication (prescribed or over-the- counter) may only be administered to a student by school personnel if the appropriate written consent of the parent/guardian and physician is on file in the school office. Medical authorization forms may be obtained by contacting the school nurse or Main Office If a parent/guardian prefers their son to self-administer physician- prescribed or over-the counter medication during school hours, they must first contact the School Nurse and/or Principal. The departure from policy (see paragraph above) is permitted only under the following conditions:
A copy of the prescription (if applicable) or parental note (if over- the-counter) is on file with the school.
The medication must be in either a properly-labeled script container or OTC package.
Only a one-day supply of the medication may be in the container.
The medication is not to be shared with anyone.
Failure to comply with these conditions will be grounds for the matter to be considered a violation of Elder’s drug policy (see I-2 in this handbook).
Athletic and Extracurricular Eligibility: Participation in Elder’s athletic/ extracurricular program is a privilege. In order to represent Elder High