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Second Period

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Second Period
Student Handbook
STUDENT HANDBOOK, PAGE 2
Grade Level
Organization
Students may not gather or stop on or near the balcony or ramp in the commons area at any time during school hours. Students who violate this rule will be subject to immediate disciplinary action.
Ramp and Balcony, p.4
Northbrook High School maintains a closed campus during the lunch periods. Students may not leave campus for meal purposes.
Closed Campus at Lunch, p. 6
NO FAST FOOD!
ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE AN OFFICIAL HALL PASS TO BE IN THE HALL OR COMMONS DURING CLASS HOURS.
PASSES WILL NOT BE WRITTEN DURING THE FIRST OR LAST 10 MINUTES OF CLASS!
YOU CANNOT LEARN IF YOU ARE NOT IN CLASS!
Hall Passes and 10/10 Policy, p.5
The changing of classes must be done in an orderly and quiet manner. Keep to the right and proceed directly to destination. Students must not stop near entrances and exits during the passing period. There should be no shouting, running, whistling, loud talk, or boisterous conduct in the halls at any time.
A student in grades 6-12 may use a personal telecommunications device on school grounds during non-instructional times or at athletic events or other school-related activities/special events.
Cell Phones, p. 7
All personal telecommunications devices shall be set so that incoming calls, text messages, and the like do not emit audible sound.

A student in grades PreK-12 may use a telecommunications device to the extent authorized by a classroom teacher or administrator for instructional purposes.
Telecommunications devices shall not be used to take pictures or video at any time during the school day or on school grounds, unless authorized.

All visitors/volunteers to the Northbrook campus must check in at the security vestibule to secure a visitor pass in accordance with SBISD policy. Campus administration must approve all visitors to the campus. Trespass warnings will be issued by campus police to individuals who violate this policy.
Visitors, p.7
8:45-9:45
EVERYTHING will be handled by grade levels regardless if you are a reclassified or in that grade for the first time!

Principal Alison Butler
Counselor Molly Cuevas
Secretary Lisa McLaurin
Secretary Veronica Sanchez
Post-Secondary Counselor Marin Fons

9th Grade Level Office
Principal Terri Rogers
Counselor Sharlondrea Basquine
Secretary Gloria Atkinson-Castilla
Secretary Yurely Ledezma
Parent Liaison Scott Glueck

10th Grade Level Office
Principal Kendra O'Keefe
Counselor Anne Styler
Secretary Carla Mendez
Secretary Dorie Tedder

11th Grade Level Office
Principal Reba Poteet
Counselor Cameron Raska
Secretary Melissa Gautier-Rios
Post-Secondary Counselor Diedra Hader

12th Grade Level Office
Passes may not be issued to go to the parking lot during the regular school day, except by a Grade Level Principal.
A pass from one place to another does not give permission to loiter in the halls or the restrooms.
The student who is not in direct route to the destination the pass designates may receive disciplinary action.
Halls are off limits during lunch hours.
Students returning to campus are not permitted to bring food from outside establishments to the school. Students who violate this policy are subject to disciplinary action.
A staff member who discovers a student in possession of a personal telecommunications device in violation of District policy shall confiscate the device and turn it over to a campus administrator by the end of the school day.
The District is not responsible for telecommunications or electronic devices brought onto campus or school-related events that become lost or stolen.
The campus administrator shall release the personal telecommunications device to the parent/guardian or student after the student has completed the necessary consequence, as defined by the Student/Parent Handbook, which is assigned by the administration. All personal telecommunication devices not claimed within the 30 calendar days will become the property of the District.
This policy includes children of students, siblings of students, and other children under the care of Northbrook students. Child care arrangements must be made outside the school setting.
All campus visitors/volunteers must submit proper identification before being allowed on campus.

Students are not allowed to charge their cell phones during instructional time.
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