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The driver is in charge of the riders and the vehicle, and the driver is to be obeyed promptly and cheerfully.

Riders should assist in looking after the safety and comfort of younger riders.

Riders who must cross the roadway to board or depart from the vehicle must pass in front of the vehicle (no closer than 10 feet), look in both directions and proceed to cross the road or highway only on signal from the driver.

Riders must not throw objects about the vehicle nor out through the windows.

Shooting paper wads, squirt guns or other material in the vehicle is not permitted.

Riders must keep their feet off the seats.

Roughhousing on the vehicle is not prohibited.

Riders must refrain from crowding or pushing.

The use or possession of alcohol, tobacco or look-a-like substances is prohibited in the vehicle.

The good conduct rule is in effect.

Students must be under the direct supervision of a staff member before 8:10 or after school 3:35. Students will not gather unsupervised on school grounds before, during or after school. Students who ride buses need to report to them immediately after exiting the building. Non-bus students need to leave school grounds immediately after exiting the building.

Driving and Biking to School

Students should realize that parking on school grounds is a privilege.  Students will park [in rows] in the parking lot graveled area to the south of the weight room in an orderly manner that does not block exits or other students in.  Students are expected to enter and leave school grounds in a safe manner obeying all traffic laws, At the end of the school day students are to turn to the south out of the parking lot when leaving.  

Students are not to drive in a reckless or excessive manner. Students/visitors are not to drive in a manner that violates local/state laws or could endanger the safety of others. Students are not to go to their vehicles during the day unless they obtain permission from the Principal.  Students are not allowed to drive or ride in a vehicle during the open lunch period.  Vehicles placed on school grounds may not be moved after 8:00 a.m. without district approval. Failure to obey the above regulations could result in the student losing the privilege to park on school grounds as well as other discipline measures.

Student Parking Lot- use

Student parking lot is for the use of SHS students only--- 7:30 a.m.—4:00 p.m. daily.

It is not a gathering place. When students arrive they need to enter building. When done for the day they need to get in their car and leave school property.    *See school day/supervision of students.

Student Publications

Students may produce official school district publications as part of the curriculum under the supervision of a faculty advisor and Principal.  Official school district publications include, but are not limited to, the school newspaper and yearbook.  Expression made by students, including student expression in the school district publications, is not an expression of official school district policy.  The school district, the board and the employees are not liable in any civil or criminal action for student expression made or published by students unless the employees or board have interfered with or altered the content of the student speech or expression.  Copies of the school district publication code can be obtained from the Superintendent.

A faculty advisor supervises student writers to maintain professional standards of English and journalism and to comply with the law including, but not limited to, the restrictions against unlawful speech.  No student shall express, publish or distribute in an official school district publication material, which is:

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