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parents/guardian) Internet AUP Agreement on file. This agreement consists of two parts:

  • 1.

    The Archdiocesan Internet AUP

  • 2.

    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.

  • T.

    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:

    • 1.

      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.

  • 2.

    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.

  • 3.

    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.

  • U.

    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).

V.

Athletic and Extracurricular Eligibility: Participation in Elder’s athletic/ extracurricular program is a privilege. In order to represent Elder High

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