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This handbook has been compiled for your convenience and information. We hope it will answer some of your many questions and serve as a guide. Please take this handbook home with you so your parents may also know and understand your school rules, procedures, and facts concerning school. The faculty and administration hope that you enjoy your educational experience at Augusta High School. Unified School District #402 Board of Education Policy Books, Building Handbooks, and Administrative Handbooks are available for review at each attendance center, the Public Library, and the District Office. For more information you may contact your building principal.

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION Augusta, USD 402 does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, handicap/disability, or age in its programs or activities. Any questions regarding the District’s compliance with title VI, Title IX, Section 504, Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Age Discrimination Act may be directed to the Compliance Coordinator who can be reached at 7755484. Any incident of discriminatory conduct or behavior in any form shall be promptly reported to the school’s officials. Any student who engages in discriminatory conduct/behavior may be reprimanded and counseled to refrain from such conduct. Any student who continues to engage in discriminatory conduct/behavior shall be disciplined in a manner deemed appropriate by the administration, up to and including suspension or expulsion from school.

HAZING/HARASSMENT/INTIMIDATION/BULLYING /MENACING The board is committed to providing a positive and productive learning and working environment. Hazing, harassment, intimidation, menacing or bullying by students, staff or third parties is strictly prohibited and shall not be tolerated in the district. Students who feel they are being bulled/harassed should report the incident(s) to their counselor and/or the administration. (see BOE policyJDDC) Students whose behavior is found to be in violation of this policy will be subject to discipline, up to and including expulsion. Staff whose behavior is found to be in violation of this policy will be subject to discipline, up to and including dismissal. Third parties whose behavior is found to be in violation of this policy shall be subject to appropriate sanctions as determined and imposed by the superintendent or board. Individuals may also be referred to law enforcement officials.

USD #402 PHILOSOPHY, AHS MISSION, AND SCHOOL STAFF USD #402 STATEMENT OF PHILOSOPHY We Believe 1. All children will learn at a proficient level or higher. 2. Quality learning is our expectation for all students. 3. Quality learning enables students to face life’s challenges and opportunities. 4. A safe environment is essential for the development of a culture for learning. 5. We will seek the active support, investment, and commitment of our parents and community to provide quality learning for all students. 6. All employees will hold and demonstrate high expectations for student achievement and behavior. 7. All individuals will be treated with dignity, trust, and respect.


8. We will use the most current data to make instructional decisions. 9. Quality employees are critical to quality learning.

MISSION STATEMENT AND LOGO We Believe Augusta High School Exists To: 1. Provide opportunities for academic and extracurricular activities. 2. Encourage students to achieve their highest academic potential. 3. Provide leadership opportunities. 4. Help students become responsible citizens. 5. Provide a safe and healthy environment in which students may learn. 6. Help students recognize and develop talents and strengths in them. 7. Teach students how to establish goals, and to formulate a logical plan to achieve those goals. 8. Help students appreciate cultural diversity of others.

ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY, AND STAFF Board of Education Mr. Jim Brown Mr. Robert McCalla Mr. Charles Garcia Mr. Bill Rinkenbaugh Mr. Andy Hall Mr. Larry Winter Mrs. Carey Lee Administrative Staff Jim Lentz................................................................................................................... Superintendent John Black..................................................................................................... Deputy Superintendent Lisa Brookover........................................................................................... Assistant Superintendent Connie Hummel.................................................................................................... Clerk of the Board Donna Zerr.......................................................................................................................... Principal Craig Thompson................................................................................................... Assistant Principal Ryan Muhlig........................................................................................................... Dean of Students Doug Law .............................................................................................. District Director of Athletics Brian Smith............................................................................................................. Resource Officer Instructional Staff Angela Glaves................................................................................................... Counselor (10 & 12) Alisha Bodyk........................................................................................................ Counselor (9 & 11) Rick Hess................................................................................................................... Social Science Doug Jefferson........................................................................................................... Social Science Ryan Muhlig............................................................................................................... Social Science Jeff Regier.................................................................................................................. Social Science Joan Reichardt........................................................................................................... Social Science David Stephenson...................................................................................................... Social Science Jennifer Bagby....................................................................................................................... French Frank Espinoza..................................................................................................................... Spanish Maxine Moore....................................................................................................................... Spanish Karen Hasting..................................................................................................................... Business


Kellee Roberts.................................................................................................................... Business Mary Frances Wilks............................................................................................................ Business Anna Cox.............................................................................................................. Special Education Steve Reichardt..................................................................................................... Special Education Carrie Spear.......................................................................................................... Special Education Deana Walls.......................................................................................................... Special Education A.J. Bodyk..................................................................................................................... Mathematics Keith Conrady................................................................................................................ Mathematics Bill Jackson................................................................................................................... Mathematics Jonathan Morgan.......................................................................................................... Mathematics Roger Robben............................................................................................................... Mathematics Bryon Sturm.................................................................................................................. Mathematics Charles Bishop............................................................................................................................. Art Audra Shelite................................................................................................................................ Art Todd Hollis................................................................................................................................ Band Rachel Simmons............................................................................................................ Vocal Music Karen McKee....................................................................................................................... Librarian Traci Payne.............................................................................................................................. Nurse Matt Ingrim.......................................................................................................... Physical Education Cynthia Phillips.................................................................................................... Physical Education Brandon Terry ..................................................................................................... Physical Education Chris Husselman.............................................................................................. Industrial Technology Steve Pazzie.................................................................................................... Industrial Technology Tom Sullivan.................................................................................................... Industrial Technology Kathy Newcom...................................................................................... Family & Consumer Science Jennifer Webster................................................................................... Family & Consumer Science Julie Barker................................................................................................................ Language Arts Ann Bradford.............................................................................................................. Language Arts Kathey Gibbs.............................................................................................................. Language Arts Tim Laner................................................................................................................... Language Arts Cindy Nickel............................................................................................................... Language Arts Rebecca Timberlake................................................................................................... Language Arts Kaye Ward.................................................................................................................. Language Arts Kara Luce............................................................................................................................. Science Joe Conner........................................................................................................................... Science Brian Hallmark...................................................................................................................... Science J.D. Hand.............................................................................................................................. Science Erika Richardson.................................................................................................................. Science Nathan Stevens.................................................................................................................... Science Office Staff Elizabeth Dingler................................................................................................ Guidance Secretary Kelly Groom................................................................................................. Administrative Assistant


Jane Mapes................................................................................................. Administrative Assistant Dianne Reichard.......................................................................................... Administrative Assistant

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS, STUDENT RECORDS, AND STUDENT SERVICES GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS The minimum requirements for an Augusta High School diploma is twenty five (25) credit units. The requirements for graduation are set by the USD #402 Board of Education according to district philosophy and state mandates. Credit Awarded (Units) A unit of credit may be earned for the satisfactory completion of any approved subject in which a student has been enrolled for two semesters. One-half unit of credit may be earned for approved subjects in whom a student has been enrolled for one semester. The following is a list of required courses for graduation. English Language Arts - 4 units. a. English I or Honors English I b. English II or Honors English II c. English III or Honors English III d. English IV or Honors English IV Social Sciences - 3 units a. World Geography (1/2 unit) required of all Freshmen b. Modern World History (1 unit) required of all Sophomores c. American History (1 unit) required for all Juniors d. American Government (1/2 unit) required for all Seniors Science - 3 units a. Physical Science (1 unit) required of all Freshmen b. Elective Science (2 units) Mathematics - 3 units a. Algebra I or Algebra Concepts 1 & 2 b. Elective Math (to total 3 units) Physical Education - 1 unit a P. E. (1/2 unit) required for all Freshmen b. Health (1/2 unit) required for all Freshmen Fine Arts - 1 unit Electives - Complete total unit requirements with elective units Underclassmen and first semester seniors must be enrolled as full time students. Juniors and seniors in good standing are encouraged to take advantage of the BCC dual-credit educational program available at AHS. To be eligible for this privilege, students must score at least proficient on their Kansas math and reading assessments and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Second semester seniors are encouraged to take advantage of the many educational programs available at AHS and/or through our dual-credit arrangement with BCC. It is a time for students to explore personal interests or to further develop the skills necessary for their future success. Second semester seniors are required to take only those courses needed to satisfy graduation requirements. It is recommended that seniors challenge themselves beyond the minimum. Diploma of Distinction


(State Scholarship Requirements) Students who complete the following curriculum and meet the requirements for graduation while maintaining a 3.0 overall GPA will be awarded the Diploma of Distinction. • Four (4) credits of English. • Four (4) credits of Mathematics to include Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II (completion of any of these courses prior to entering high school satisfies this requirement) and one unit beyond (higher than) Algebra II. • Three (3) credits of Natural Science to include biology, chemistry and physics. • Three (3) credits of Social Science. • Two (2) credits of one Foreign Language. College Admissions Requirements Students applying to any of the six Kansas Regents universities must meet certain admission criteria. You should regularly review your education plan with your counselor and your parents to make sure you are on the right track. To qualify for admission you must meet one of the following requirements: The applicant has completed the qualified admissions curriculum prescribed by the board of regents with a minimum grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.00 scale or has been recognized by the board of regents as having attained a functionally equivalent level of education, or The applicant has a composite American College Testing program (ACT) score of not less than 21 points, or the applicant ranks in the top 1/3 of their high school class upon completion of 7 or 8 semesters. Qualified Admissions Curriculum: • Four (4) credits of English; one credit must be taken each year. • Three (3) credits of Mathematics to include Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. Algebra Concepts 1 & 2 may be substituted for Algebra I • Three (3) credits of Science to include credits chosen from Physical Science, Biology, Advanced Biology, Chemistry, or Physics. At least one credit must be in Chemistry or Physics. • Three (3) credits of Social Science to include one credit of American History and 1/2 credit of American Government.

GRADE REPORTS Progress reports are issued at the end of each term. Grade reports will be mailed home at the end of each semester. Teachers are expected to notify parents of students with poor performance by telephone. Parents are encouraged to view their child’s progress on PowerSchool through the districts website (www.usd402.com). The following grade scale will be used in all classes: A 100% - 90% Superior 4.0 grade points B 89% - 80% Above Average 3.0 grade points C 79% - 70% Average 2.0 grade points D 69% - 60% Below Average 1.0 grade points F 59% - below Failing .0 grade points This is a uniform grading scale employed by all AHS faculty. Any questions regarding this grading scale may be addressed to the class instructor or the administration.

HONOR ROLLS The honor rolls are compiled and published at the end of each semester citing students for academic achievement. Class rank will be based on these semester grades. Pass/Fail courses will not be considered in computing the Honor Roll. The requirements for various honor rolls are as


follows: Principal’s Honors High Honors Honors

4.0 grade point average 3.5 - 3.99 grade point average with no F’s 3.0 - 3.49 grade point average with no F’s

ACADEMIC LETTER AWARDS Academic letter awards, Academic Oriole, will be given to any student receiving a 4.0 GPA (all A’s) at a semester grading period. The student will be recognized at the spring awards assembly and the award will be given at that time to those students receiving the 4.0 GPA for the preceding school year’s spring semester and/or the current school year’s fall semester.

NON-PARTICIPATION DUE TO INJURY OR ILLNESS Upon the written request of a physician and with appropriate written direction from the principal; teachers shall make modifications in a child’s educational program as necessary to comply with the terms of the medical order. As necessary and appropriate, the principal shall include special education professionals and other appropriate consultants. The teacher will provide a written copy of the modifications to the principal and the child’s parents or guardians. The principal will inform the teacher in writing of the physician’s release for the child to return to the regular instructional program.

CLASSIFICATION Classification will be done once a year at the time the student enters the current school year. Students are classified according to their credit status. The minimum number of credits for a given grade level is: Sophomores-5 credits, Juniors-11 credits, Seniors-17 credits.

GRADUATION CEREMONIES Students must have successfully completed the requirements for graduation as established by the Board of Education in order to participate in commencement exercises. (see BOE policy JFC) Commencement is a ceremony in which families, friends and colleagues honor the graduating students. Graduation is a formal ceremony. Proper decorum is necessary and expected. Appropriate dress is necessary. Commencement is a voluntary activity. If a student does not want to abide by appropriate decorum and dress standards, then the student should not participate. Dress clothing is required.

VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN The Valedictorian and Salutatorian award are presented to graduating seniors who have completed the requirements for the diploma of distinction with the highest and second highest cumulative grade point average respectively. The grade point average will be computed at the conclusion of the eighth semester and will be based on a 4.0 scale. Semester grades will be used to compute grade point averages. In the event of a tie for valedictorian, there will not be a student or students named as salutatorian.

STUDENT RECORDS Students transferring from or leaving AHS must have an exit form signed by the student’s teachers, librarian, counselor, financial secretary, and the principal. A brief exit interview will be completed when the student leaves. All obligations must be met before the exit is complete. Student records and transcripts will be held until all obligations are met. If parents and students move to another school district during the school year or summer months, the student’s records will be sent to the appropriate school at the request of that school.

GUIDANCE SERVICES Guidance and counseling services are involved with the total activity of each student. Services include assisting students with educational, personal, and vocational concerns. Counselors provide the following services: individual counseling, parent conferences, parentteacher conferences, high school planning, college planning, vocational planning, financial aid


reference, student appraisal, group aptitude, interest and achievement testing, student records and transcripts, and referral agents for school psychologist and outside school agencies. Students and their parents are encouraged to call the counselor with questions or concerns that fall within the realm of guidance and counseling. Schedule Changes/Drop-add Schedule changes must be initiated through the counselor. There must be a valid reason for a student to add or drop a class. A drop/add slip must be signed by a parent, the student and approved by the counselor or the principal. All schedule changes will be closed by the end of the first week of the semester except for those approved by the administration. Second semester seniors and other part time students may drop a course without receiving an “F” if they withdraw by the fifth week of the semester. Students withdrawing after the fifth week will be assigned a failing grade. Career/College Planning & Placement Counselors will assist students in planning for future occupations and professional employment. Juniors are permitted one visitation day and seniors are permitted two visitations days (one per semester) to post secondary institutions. The student must plan the visitation with the guidance counselors at least eight days prior to the visit. Approval of parents, principal, counselor, and teachers, are required. A visitation form must be completed with the counselor to be recorded as a non-absence. Testing The guidance office coordinates all testing for AHS including the NWEA, PLAN, PSAT, ACT, SAT, and ASVAB. Students should contact the counselors if interested in taking any evaluation.

STUDENT POLICIES ATTENDANCE POLICY Research shows that regular attendance is directly correlated with high academic achievement. We ask that parents and students recognize the need for prompt and regular attendance throughout the school year. It is expected that each student will attend classes every day. Only through regular class attendance and a commitment to personal and educational growth can students achieve optimum benefits at Augusta High School. Our attendance policy is not intended to penalize students who have an occasional illness or miss infrequently for approved reasons. It does, however, emphasize that students are accountable for their attendance. (see BOE policy JB) Attendance Procedure When a student is absent, parents are encouraged to call the school (775-5461) between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. to report the nature of the absence. Parents who do not contact the school by phone need to send a written excuse with the student upon student’s return to school. Documentation of medical or legal appointments should be presented as the absences occur. Any student’s absence not excused by a phone call from the custodial parent or guardian on the day of the absence or by a note written by the custodial parent or guardian on the day the student returns to school, will render the absence classification as “pending” until the parent has made contact. Late Arrivals/Tardiness Students who arrive at school after the tardy bell must report to the office for an admit/pass to class. Students more than twenty (20) minutes late to first period will be considered absent to first period. Any student receiving their fourth tardy, and each subsequent tardy, will receive disciplinary action. Excused/Unexcused Absences The principal or his designated representative shall be responsible for determining if an absence is excused or unexcused. It is important for all students and parents to know that an absence that is excused at home does not mean it will be excused at school. The following criteria will


be considered in making this determination: I. Excused Absences A. Personal illness B. Death in the family C. Medical or legal appointments D. Prearranged absence requested by parent and approved by the administration E. Severe weather conditions II. Non-Absences A. School activities B. School sponsored educational field trips C. Prearranged career/post secondary education visits III. Administrative Disciplinary Action (Non-Absence) A. Out-of-School suspension (no credit) IV. Unexcused Absences A. All absences that do not fall in the categories of excused absences B. Leaving school (class) when school (class) is in session without obtaining permission and/or signing out in the office Leaving Campus Students cannot leave campus during school hours without receiving permission of the custodial parent and an administrator. When permission is granted the student must sign out through the office. Makeup Policy Students will be allowed to make up missed assignments if the absence is excused. It is the responsibility of the student to make arrangements to complete assignments with teachers. Student’s who miss school due to vacations or family business known in advance, should get their assignments prior to the absence. The students will be granted a minimum of two school days for each day missed to complete their assignment. However, it may be impossible to earn daily participation grades during an absence. Class work missed due to unexcused absences cannot be made up for credit. Students are encouraged to complete all missed assignments so they may keep up with their classes. Excessive Absences Any student who is absent from school more than ten (10) days in any semester will be considered excessively absent. Attendance is taken each class period. For the purpose of counting, any absence up to two (2) class blocks will count as half a day. Any absence over two (2) blocks will count as a full day. The absence count for second semester seniors and other part time students will be prorated based on the number of courses in which the student is enrolled. Parents will be notified by letter when their student has missed seven (7) days during a semester. Any student who is excessively absent as defined in this policy may be subject to placement on “suspended-credit” status and a hearing with the attendance committee. Parents will be notified by mail of their student’s “suspended-credit” status. Prior to such placement the principal or his designated representative will review the student’s attendance record. If the absences are properly documented and a cooperative effort on the part of the student and his parents is sufficient to resolve the attendance problem, the principal or his designated representative may determine that a hearing is not necessary and that the student should be removed from “suspended-credit” status. If the principal or his designated representative determines that a hearing is necessary, the student


and his parent will be required to meet with the Attendance Hearing Committee to determine if credit will be allowed. A student may not be denied credit (placed on “no-credit” status) unless the committee determines this to be the appropriate response to nonattendance or the student violates a condition of probation required by the committee for retention of credit. The Attendance Hearing Committee will be determined by the building principal and will include the building principal or his designated representative, building counselor(s), at least one of the student’s classroom teachers and a teacher not currently associated with the student in either curricular or non-curricular areas. Tardies to Class Students will be considered tardy when the final bell rings if they are not in class according to classroom procedure. If a student is detained in class, the detaining teacher is obligated to give that student a pass for admittance to the next class. Truancy The Compulsory Attendance Law makes it mandatory that any child who has reached the age of seven (7) years and is under the age or eighteen (18) be enrolled in school. Any child not satisfying the requirements of the Compulsory Attendance Law (K.S.A. 72-1113) by being inexcusably absent from school three consecutive days or five or more days in any semester is considered to be truant. Habitually truant students can expect the county attorney’s office to be notified and subsequent court action if the truancy problem is not resolved. If the child is 16 or 17 years of age, the child shall be exempt from the compulsory attendance requirements of this section if (1) the child is regularly enrolled in a program recognized by the local board of education as an approved alternative educational program, or (2) the child and the parent or person acting as parent attend a final counseling session conducted by the school during which a disclaimer to encourage the child to remain in school or to pursue educational alternatives is presented to and signed by the child and the parent or person acting as parent. The disclaimer shall include information regarding the academic skills that the child has not yet achieved, the difference in future earning power between a high school graduate and a high school dropout, and a listing of educational alternatives that are available for the child. Foreign Exchange Students USD #402 School District recognizes the cultural benefits of foreign exchange student programs. The Board of Education authorizes district schools to accept foreign exchange students as participating members of the school. Foreign Exchange students are admitted to the district on a tuition free basis. The schools may accept a maximum of three (3) students from district-approved exchange programs. Other organizations or individuals will be considered upon their application, with approval by the Superintendent of Schools. Exchange students will receive a certificate of attendance at the end of the school year. No diploma will be granted, although exchange students at the senior grade level may participate in baccalaureate and commencement exercises. (see BOE policy JQKA-R)

STUDENT ATTIRE The primary purpose of the school program is education. Students in their manner of dress and grooming must be considerate of their fellow students so as not to distract them or cause disruption. The administration shall be responsible for determining the appropriateness of a student’s attire relative to this policy. (see BOE policy JCDB) Students should dress appropriately and groom themselves for school attendance in a way which reflects personal pride. This might be described as neat, clean, attractive, tasteful, moderate, modest dress. Students should take into consideration classes where additional safety measures are required for dress, such as laboratory classes, industrial arts classes, physical education classes, or art classes. The following is a list of specifics which can be helpful when faced with questions of appropriate school dress: 1. Shoes or sandals must be worn.


2. Clothing with offensive slogans or pictures, or explicit /implied meanings is unacceptable. 3. Clothing promoting or advertising drugs, alcohol, gang’s affiliations, and/or tobacco is unacceptable. 4. The hemline of any garment shall be sewn. Shorts, dresses, and skirts must reach at least fingertip length while standing. Shirt/blouse hemlines must touch the waistband of the pant at all times to prevent any midriff exposure. 5. Hats, head coverings/bandanas, chains, spiked jewelry, and excessive make-up, and sunglasses are unacceptable at school. 6. Tank tops, spaghetti, halter or strapless tops, midriff shirts, swim suits, open mesh, exposed under garments, sagging pants, or transparent garments are unacceptable at school. Low, revealing necklines will not be permitted. 7. Students are extended the privilege of possessing cell phones/MP3 players on school grounds; however their use is limited to after 3:00 p.m. These devices must be in the off position, not visible, nor be used before 3:00 p.m. Students will be disciplined if these guidelines are not followed. Pagers, radios, CD/cassette players, etc. are unacceptable at school.

STUDENT CONDUCT The Board of Education of U.S.D. #402 has established certain discipline policies affecting students to which reference should be made for complete detail, and such policies are available in the principal’s office and are otherwise made available in the school buildings to the students. All students are expected to comply with the regulations for student conduct or behavior. (see BOE policy JCDA) Policy Statement • Students shall respect constituted authority. This shall include conformity to school rules and regulations and those provisions of law which apply to the conduct of juveniles or minors. • Student conduct shall reflect consideration for the rights and privileges of others and demonstrate cooperation with all members of the school community. • High personal standards of courtesy, dress, decency, morality, clean language, honesty, integrity, and wholesome relationships with others shall be maintained. Respect for real and personal property, pride in one’s work, and achievement within one’s ability shall be expected of all students. • Every student who gives evidence of a sincere desire to remain in school, to be diligent in studies, and to profit by the educational experiences provided will be given every opportunity to do so and will be assisted in every way possible to achieve scholastic success. The following examples of undesirable conduct may lead to disciplinary action and could cause a student to be assigned detention, suspended or expelled. A. Student Behavior: (Relationship to other students) (see BOE policy JGF& Kansas School Safety Security Act) • Fighting on or near the school grounds. • Fighting at school activities, both home and away. • Hazing of other students. • Intimidation or threats to another student. • Public displays of affection. B. Student Behavior (Relationship to teachers and employees) • Failure to comply with a reasonable request (willful disobedience). • Open defiance of a teacher or school employee. • Intimidation or threats to a teacher or school employee.


C. Student Behavior (Relationship to school and society) • Cheating / plagiarism. • Destruction, defacing, or vandalism of school buildings or property. • Unruly behavior in class, in the buildings or on school grounds. • Dress code violations. • Theft of school property. • Theft of property belonging to other students. • Theft of property belonging to teachers or school employees. • Possession of stolen property. • Use of obscene or foul language -- spoken or written. • The printing, distribution or possession of obscene or pornographic literature, drawings, paper, etc. D. Student Behavior (Attendance) • Excessive absences, unexcused absences, or tardies as outlined in the attendance policy. • Leaving the school grounds during school hours without signing out in the office. E. Student Behavior (Use/possession of tobacco products) • Students are prohibited from carrying and/or using tobacco products on school grounds, or in school buildings. (see BOE policy JCDAA) • Students should remember that tobacco includes Skoal and/or other chewing substances of a like nature. F. Student Behavior (Use/possession of alcohol, drugs/drug paraphernalia) • Possession, use or distribution of alcoholic beverages on school property or at school activities both at home and away. (see BOE policy JCDAB) • Possession, use or distribution of illegal drugs/controlled substances or drug related paraphernalia on school property or at school activities both at home and away. This policy shall include substances being used as, or represented as, an illegal drug/controlled substance. (see BOE policy JDDA) • Possession (unless authorized by the school nurse or policies JGFGBA on Student SelfAdministration of Medications or JGFGB on the Supervision of Medications), or distribution of prescription or over-the-counter drugs (non-Rx) on school district property, in a school vehicle, or at any school-sponsored activity or event. • Coming to school having consumed alcohol, or being under the influence of drugs or alcohol. IF AT ANY TIME A STUDENT IS FOUND TO BE IN POSSESSION, DISTRIBUTING, SELLING, OR GIVING AWAY ANY TYPE OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, DEFINED BY LAW AS BEING A DRUG, HE/SHE WILL BE SUSPENDED FROM SCHOOL IMMEDIATELY. IN ADDITION, AN EXPULSION RECOMMENDATION WILL BE PRESENTED TO THE USD #402 HEARING COMMITTEE. THIS POLICY IS IN EFFECT ON ALL SCHOOL DISTRICT PROPERTY AND AT ANY DISTRICT SPONSORED ACTIVITIES. POLICE WILL ALSO BE NOTIFIED. G. Student Behavior (Use/possession of weapons, look-alike weapons) • Students shall not knowingly possess, handle, or transport any object that • can be considered a weapon on the school grounds or off school grounds at a school activity, function, or event without advance written notice to and permission from the building principal. • This policy shall include any weapon, any item being used as a weapon or destructive device, or any facsimile (look-alike) of a weapon. (see BOE policy JCDBB)


POSSESSION OF A FIREARM OR OTHER WEAPON OR FACSIMILE OF A WEAPON SHALL RESULT IN EXPULSION FROM SCHOOL FOR A PERIOD OF ONE CALENDAR YEAR (186 SCHOOL DAYS), EXCEPT THE SUPERINTENDENT MAY RECOMMEND THIS EXPULSION REQUIREMENT BE MODIFIED ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS.

CONSEQUENCES OF STUDENT MISCONDUCT Occasionally, students may become such a disruption to class, teacher, or other students that corrective measures need to be taken. As with the various degrees of misconduct there are varying degrees of consequences Teacher Detention If, after repeated problems, a student is not showing signs of improved behavior teachers may assign detention. If the assignment of the detention does not effectively resolve the behavior problem, or if the student fails to serve as assigned, the detention will be doubled. Attempts will be made to make parent contact. Failure to serve teacher detention will result in office referral and the assignment of office detention. Office Detention Students will be referred to the office when the teacher has expended all avenues of teacherstudent discipline. Office detentions are assigned in one hour increments. Failure to serve the detention will result in increased detention time, or suspension. Suspension and Expulsion The Board has policies for suspending by short term suspension or long term suspension, and for expulsion for willful violation of public regulations or policies for student conduct adopted or approved by the BOE for conduct which substantially disrupts, impedes, or interferes with the operation of the school; for conduct which results in conviction of the student for a criminal offense; or for conduct which constitutes disobedience of and order of a teacher, peace officer, school security officer, or other school authority when such disobedience can reasonably be anticipated to result in disorder, disruption or interference with operation of the public school or constitute substantial and material impingement upon or invasion of the rights of others. The policies provide for procedural due process and for hearings. (see BOE policy JDD)

STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND ATHLETICS/ACTIVITIES-ATHLETIC AFFILIATION Augusta High School is a member in good standing with the K.S.H.S.A.A. and The Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League. Interscholastic activities include: Band, Debate, Forensics, Scholars Bowl, Vocal Music, Interscholastic Varsity Athletic competitions include: Bowling, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Wrestling, Soccer, Softball, and Baseball. The Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League is separated into four divisions based on school population and geographical location. Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Division 1 Derby, Campus, Hutchinson, Maize, Newton, Salina Central, Salina South Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Division 2 Andover, Andover Central, Ark City, Goddard, McPherson, Valley Center, Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Division 3 Augusta, Buhler, El Dorado, Mulvane, Rose Hill, Winfield Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Division 4 Andale, Circle, Clearwater, Maize South, Wellington, Wichita Collegiate


ACTIVITIES-ATHLETIC CITIZENSHIP AND SPORTSMANSHIP RULE 52 The effective American secondary school must support both an academic program and an activities program. We believe that these programs must do more than merely coexist; they must be integrated and support each other in “different” arenas. The concept of “sportsmanship” must be taught, modeled, expected and reinforced in the classroom and in all competitive activities. Therefore, all Kansas State High School Activities Association members stand together in support of the following sportsmanship policy. Activities are an important aspect of the total education process in the American schools. They provide an arena for participants to grow, to excel, to understand and to value the concepts of SPORTSMANSHIP and teamwork. They are an opportunity for coaches and school staff to teach and model SPORTSMANSHIP, to build school pride, and to increase student/community involvement; this ultimately translates into improved academic performance. Activities are also an opportunity for the community to demonstrate its support for the participants and the school, and to model the concepts of SPORTSMANSHIP for our youth as respected representatives of society. Sportsmanship is good citizenship in action! All actions are to be FOR, not against; POSITIVE, not negative or disrespectful!

SECTION 1 - GENERAL REGULATIONS (APPLY TO GRADES 7-12) Art. 1: SPORTSMANSHIP is a general way of thinking and behaving. The following sportsmanship policy items are listed below for clarification: a. Be courteous to all (participants, coaches, officials, staff and fans). b. Know the rules, abide by and respect the official’s decisions. c. Win with character and lose with dignity. d. Display appreciation for good performance regardless of the team. e. Exercise self-control and reflect positively upon yourself, team and school. f. Permit only positive sportsmanlike behavior to reflect on your school or its activities. Art. 2: ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURE: a. It is encouraged and recommended by the Kansas State High School Activities Association that local boards of education adopt these regulations and reinforce them as indicated herein. b. The Executive Board of the Kansas State High School Activities Association shall be responsible for the interpretation of these regulations, including: desirable and unacceptable behavior and shall publish them in the Association’s Citizenship and Sportsmanship Manual.

ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY POLICY FOR INTERSCHOLASTIC PROGRAMS •

The student shall have passed at least five new subjects of unit weight the previous semester of attendance and be enrolled in and attending a minimum of five new subjects during the present semester. This is in accordance with the Kansas State High School Activities Association (K.S.H.S.A.A.) of which we are a member. Students must attain at least a 1.70 grade point average with no more than one failed course in the most recent grading period in order to participate in interscholastic activity competition during the following grading period.

ATHLETIC GUIDELINES This policy is in effect from the first day of fall athletic practice each school year until the conclusion of spring sports. Student athletes will be held accountable to the guidelines during and outside of their season of competition. If at any time a student is found to be using, in possession of, or distributing (selling or giving away), any type of controlled substance (excluding alcohol and tobacco) they will be denied the privilege of participation in the athletic program for the remainder of the school year.


He/She must not use or have possession of alcohol or tobacco products. Any student involved with these substances on school grounds, at a school activity, or while in any way representing Augusta schools will be withheld from athletic competition as outlined in the USD 402 Athletic Policy. The student will be placed on probation for all athletic activities for the remainder of the school year. • If a student is involved with these substances away from school grounds or activities and it can be substantiated by a reliable source, such as the police, a faculty member, or an administrator, he/she will face the same penalties as outlined above. • Probation means that if any further involvement with alcohol or tobacco products becomes evident, the student will be immediately removed from their athletic activity and denied the privilege of participation in the athletic program for the remainder of the school year.

STUDENT COUNCIL Student Council is an organization of elected Student Council officers, Class Presidents, Class representatives, Club Presidents, and Members-at-Large. Student Council exists to promote worthy school activities, create and maintain standards of good citizenship and to aid in the formation of policies for the betterment of the school.

ACTIVITIES AND CLUBS Student activities are important in the overall development of a well-rounded educational program. Students are encouraged to become involved in activities outside of the academic classroom. Statistics have shown that students involved in their school have notably higher levels of attendance and achievement. Augusta High School offers a wide variety of activities including: Activities Cheerleading.................................................................................. Teri Rinkenbaugh / Jean Shetlar Dance Team........................................................................................................... Rachel Simmons Vocal Music............................................................................................................ Rachel Simmons Instrumental Music........................................................................................................... Todd Hollis Scholars’ Bowl............................................................................................................ Diane Doudna Forensics........................................................................................................................... Tim Laner Debate............................................................................................................................... Tim Laner Yearbook........................................................................................................................ Julie Barker Newspaper................................................................................................................... Kathey Gibbs National Honor Society........................................................................................... Erika Richardson Student Council......................................................................................................................... TBD Spanish Club............................................................................................................... Maxine Moore French Club............................................................................................................... Jennifer Bagby A.H.S. Renaissance......................................................................................................... Jeff Regier Drama Club....................................................................................................................... Tim Laner Freshman Class......................................................................................................... Jennifer Bagby Sophomore Class....................................................................................................................... TBD Junior Class .................................................................................................................. Kelly Groom Senior Class............................................................................................................ Craig Thompson Varsity Athletic Club...................................................................................................... Steve Pazzie SADD............................................................................................................................. Brian Smith Color Guard................................................................................................................. Rene Bergren FCCLA....................................................................................................................... Kathy Newcom Art Club........................................................................................................................ Audra Shelite


VICA............................................................................................................................. Tom Sullivan Athletics Cross Country.......................................................................................................... Steve Reichardt Football...................................................................................................................... Roger Robben Golf (Girls)................................................................................................................... Keith Conrady Soccer (Boys)........................................................................................................... Monty Rowland Soccer (Girls)............................................................................................................ Monty Rowland Tennis (Girls)............................................................................................................ Nathan Stevens Volleyball...................................................................................................................... Heidi Dreiling Basketball (Boys).................................................................................................. David Stephenson Basketball (Girls) ........................................................................................................ Brad Kohlman Bowling...................................................................................................................................... TBD Wrestling..................................................................................................................... Brandon Terry Baseball............................................................................................................................ Rick Hess Golf (Boys).................................................................................................................. Keith Conrady Tennis (Boys)............................................................................................................. Brian Hallmark Track........................................................................................................................ Steve Reichardt Softball........................................................................................................................... Ray Aguirre

ACTIVITY PARTICIPATION Students must be in attendance a minimum of two (2) class blocks on the day of an extracurricular activity in order to participate in that activity. The administration may waive this requirement if special circumstances are involved.

ACTIVITY MONEY INCOME/EXPENDITURES Any activity which involves the expenditure of district funds shall be subject to prior approval by the activity sponsor and the building principal. Any and all moneys collected by students for an activity or organization shall be turned into the activity sponsor or the office accounting secretary. Fees or admissions for special student activities not included in the general student fee structure, such as dances or plays, may be established by a cooperative effort between students in the organization, sponsors, and administration. Students (and parents) are forbidden from charging any type of purchase to the school district. Requests for all fund raising projects must be in writing and approved by the principal before beginning a fund raising project.

CLASS DUES All dues from freshman to junior year must be paid to be eligible to attend prom as a junior in good standing. Each student will be charged as follows to offset the cost of class expenses: Freshman............$ 5.00 Juniors...........$20.00 or the minimum magazine sales Sophomores........$10.00 Seniors..........As determined by the class

DANCES/FUNCTIONS Students may attend school dances/functions provided they meet the sponsors and administration prerequisites and guidelines. Student dress will conform to the school’s dress code and student conduct will reflect “high personal standards of courtesy, dress, decency, morality, clean language, and integrity while maintaining wholesome relationships with others” as per BOE policy. Students failing to comply will be asked to leave and forfeit their opportunity to attend the next dance/function. In addition the following guidelines will be observed: 1. AHS dances/functions are open to only AHS students. 2. AHS dances/functions will be completed at or before midnight.


3. Students requesting admittance will be able to provide a picture ID to enter. 4. Students will not be readmitted upon leaving the dance/function. Individuals who do not attend AHS may attend Homecoming and Prom as the date of an eligible student, providing they meet the following criteria: 1. Must be in good standing with AHS. 2. May not be left unattended at the dance/function. 3. Must be signed up to attend prior to noon on the Wednesday prior to the dance/function. 4. Must have a photo ID supporting the fact that they are at least a high school freshman and enrolled in a high school or not older than 20 years of age. 5. Comply with established rules and expectations keeping in mind that they are the responsibility of the AHS student who invited them. Prom All seniors and juniors who have paid their class dues are eligible to attend the prom. Each qualified junior or senior may bring a date to the dance. All dates must be accompanied to the dance by a junior or senior from AHS. All dates who are not students of AHS (see Dances/Functions) must be registered on the “Guest List” in the office prior to noon on the Wednesday prior to the prom. Dress for the prom will be formal.

SCHOOL SPONSORED EVENTS AHS students are expected to exhibit proper behavior at all school-sponsored activities. Fighting or causing other disturbances at school sponsored activities will not be tolerated. AHS students are expected to display good sportsmanship to opposing players, coaches, fans and officials at all times. Appropriate behavior must occur both on and off campus at school events.

STUDENT SECTION/BASKETBALL SEATING Students wishing to assemble at our home varsity basketball contests shall do so in the designated “Student Section” of Hutter Gymnasium

STUDENT SUPERVISION: ACTIVITIES, ATHLETICS Under no circumstances will students be allowed to be unsupervised in activities or athletics on or off the high school campus. Phones are available for students to call parents at the close of any activity or athletic event.

STUDENT GENERAL INFORMATION AUDITORIUM SEATING For auditorium functions the following seating arrangement will be followed: Senior Class Center Section, front Junior Class Center Section, rear Sophomore Class Section left of center Freshman Class Section right of center

BUS TRANSPORTATION Qualifying students will be provided bus transportation by USD #402 without charge. Riding a bus is a privilege, and students who cannot behave themselves and abide by the bus regulations will lose that privilege. Students are responsible for their behavior on the bus, and will be disciplined for misconduct. Bus route information may be obtained by calling the Transportation Office at 7751171.

CITIZENSHIP “A” Each spring the Citizenship “A” Award will be given to one boy and one girl in each class. This award is based student’s citizenship and is not a popularity or scholarship contest. This award has a special significance. The selections are made by an honest peer evaluation of qualities such as


consideration for others, respect, positive leadership, self-control, etc. Nominations will be determined by a confidential vote of the staff per the guidelines of the “Citizenship A” balloting process. A student can only receive this award once during a high school career. However; student may be nominated more than once.

DAILY BULLETIN The daily bulletin is printed each morning and announced over the PA system each day. It will include announcements that are pertinent to some or all students. Announcements will be posted in the building as well as being read each day. All announcements for the daily bulletin must be written out and approved by the sponsor, office staff, or administration.

DELIVERIES TO SCHOOL Flowers, balloons, bouquets, food, gifts, (etc.) for a student are to be delivered to the office. To limit distractions, the student will be notified and will be able to pick up the delivery at the end of the school day.

DRUG FREE SCHOOLS Maintaining drug free schools is important in establishing an appropriate learning environment for the district’s students. The unlawful possession, use, or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol by students on school premises or as a part of any school activity is prohibited.

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Fire Drills We are required by statute to conduct one fire drill each month while school is in session. It is our aim to evacuate the building in an orderly fashion and as quickly as possible. There may be a need for further instructions so it is essential to remain quiet. SIGNAL - a continuous blast from the alarm horn. To insure the safety of all persons evacuating the building, the following rules must be observed: • Everyone, including students, teachers, custodians, secretaries, and visitors, is expected to leave the building. • Move immediately toward evacuation door. • Students nearest the door should exit first. The first students out are to hold the doors. Teachers should leave the room last to make sure all students have evacuated. • Students should walk rapidly but not run. • Once outside, move away from the building at least fifty feet, but not more than one hundred feet. ALL CLEAR SIGNAL - Will be two rings of the bell, or by any verbal instructions via the intercom. Tornado Drills By statute we are required to conduct three tornado drills per year at sometime during the regular school day. As with fire drill procedure, we ask that everyone move quickly and quietly to his/her assigned shelter areas. There may be a need for further instructions so it is essential that everyone remain quiet. SIGNAL - will be a rapid succession of bells, or verbal instructions via office intercom. • Students should position themselves along a wall in the classrooms without windows and will sit against the wall. • Teachers in rooms with windows should take their students to an interior classroom away from windows and sit against the wall. • P.E. classes and students in the commons area should report to the locker rooms. • Teachers should not take their students through the commons area unnecessarily due to the danger presented by the large windows. ALL CLEAR SIGNAL - will be two rings of the bell, or by verbal instructions via the intercom.


COMPUTER/E-MAIL USAGE/INTERNET USAGE Students shall have no expectation of privacy when using district e-mail or computer systems. Email messages shall be used only for approved educational purposes. Students must use appropriate language in all messages. Students are expected to use the system following guidelines approved by teachers or the administration. Accessing or saving inappropriate and/or controversial materials, such as pornography, will not be tolerated and will result in loss of privilege in using the district network and may result in academic penalties, including the risk of suspension or expulsion. Any e-mail or computer application or information in district computers or computer systems is subject to monitoring by the staff and/or administration. The school retains the right to duplicate any information created by students in a computer system or on any individual computer. Students who violate these rules or any other classroom rules relating to computer use are subject to disciplinary action, up to and including suspension from school. (See BOE policy II BG)

FEES Fees are for book rental, lunch tickets, athletic towel fees, arts and woods projects, and for any damages to books or school property. Book rental is to be paid when the student enrolls. Students moving during the school year will be given a refund prorated on the amount of time enrolled. (see BOE policy JS)

HARASSMENT POLICY USD #402 will not tolerate the use of insulting or derogatory language or any form of harassment directed at any employee or student or group of employees or students. If investigation supports, a formal reprimand will be developed and appropriate disciplinary action taken. (see BOE policy GAAC)

ILLNESS/INJURY Students who become ill or are injured during the school day should report to the office. Office personnel will determine if the student should remain at school or be sent home. See policy concerning checking-out of the building.

IMMUNIZATIONS The Kansas Legislature requires students to be immunized against measles, mumps, rubella, polio, diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus. Parents will be informed, by the close of the previous school year, of the immunizations needing to be updated so that they may be obtained over the summer break. Documentation of the immunization is due at the time of enrollment in August. New students to the district will be given thirty (30) days to bring immunizations up to date. Students failing to meet these requirements will be excluded from school unless a documented medical exception from a physician is provided.

INAPPROPRIATE ITEMS Problems arise each year because students bring articles which are hazardous to the safety of others or interfere in some way with school procedures. Only those items needed for classroom use should be brought to school. Items not needed in class will be impounded and returned to the parent if requested.

INSURANCE The responsibility for insurance for all students shall be the obligation of the parent or guardian. The school district will make available school-time and full-time insurance to all students who desire the coverage. This plan pays in addition to other family insurance but has certain limitations and exclusions. Further information and applications may be picked up in the office during enrollment at the beginning of the school year.

LAW ENFORCEMENT A reasonable and cooperative effort will be maintained between the school administration and law enforcement agencies. The School Resource Officer(s) and/or law enforcement officials may be


summoned in order to conduct an investigation of alleged criminal conduct on the school premises or during school-sponsored events and activities.

LOCKERS All lockers in Augusta High School are the property of the school district, and the district allows students the use of the lockers. All students have assigned lockers and are to use that locker for the entire school year. Locks with rubberized covers are provided to secure property within lockers. It is the responsibility of the student to maintain the locker in the condition issued. Students are required to use school issued locks and covers on school lockers. All locks must be returned at the end of the school year. Students will be billed $5.00 for locks not returned and $1.00 for lock covers. The school will not be responsible for items lost or stolen from lockers. School administrators may search any locker(s) at any time. Such searches may be conducted without notice to the student.

LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER Our media center is equipped with a good selection of books, and an excellent selection of magazines and resource materials. The center is a place for study, research, and reading. The librarian or student assistant will be glad to help with library needs.

LOST AND FOUND Students who find lost articles are asked to take them to the office where they may be claimed by the owner. Please check regularly and claim what belongs to you. Articles not claimed at the end of each school year are donated to a charitable organization.

LUNCH SERVICES Augusta High School has a closed lunch hour, which requires all students to remain in school during lunch. Students and faculty eat during their designated lunch period. No food shall be brought in from outside food service establishments. Students are expected to maintain/clean their own tables. Participation in the school lunch program is a privilege. Students who continually abuse the privilege in any way will be denied participation. Free and Reduced Lunch Program Free and reduced price lunches are provided for students who qualify under district, state and federal guidelines governing the program. The necessary rules and regulations will be provided through the office of the principal. Those students qualifying for free or reduced lunches will be notified by the District Office. Free or reduced lunch tickets are issued by number to one student. Federal law prohibits the ticket from being used by any other student.

MEDICATIONS It is the policy of USD 402 that school nurses may provide students with over the counter medications which are listed on the student medication information sheet. Parents must provide written consent for these medications to be administered. The school will cooperate with parents in the supervision of physician-prescribed medications under the following conditions. The physician shall send a written order to the building principal. The parent must submit a written request asking for the school’s cooperation in the supervision of the medication and a release of the District and personnel from liability. (see BOE policy JGFGB)

NURSE The school nurse will advise and assist the administration and teachers in planning and carrying out a school health program. Nurses do not diagnose. The school nurse will attempt to interpret the conditions and follow up with the advice and consent of parent. The nurses act as a liaison between the school, the home, the physician and other professional organizations. Nurses are available to the student who becomes ill or injured during school hours.

PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS Students involved in athletics, cheerleading and dance team must submit a properly completed physical form to the central office before participating in any practice. The physical forms are valid


only when signed by the parent and physician. Physical forms may be obtained from the office and must be completed annually.

POSTERS AND SIGNS All posters and signs displayed at Augusta High School must be approved by a faculty sponsor and the administration before being displayed. If the poster is not sponsored by a school club or other school group, it must have the approval of an administrator. Signs must be removed immediately after they have served their purpose.

SCHOOL CLOSING When conditions exist that would cause Augusta High School to close, students and their parents will receive notification by telephone through the District’s Alert Now System. Local radio and television stations will also be notified. Students are encouraged to tune in to one of the following radio or television stations should questionable weather conditions exist: TV : KSNW (3) KAKE (10) KTVH (12) FM: KFDI 101 KZSN 102 KEYN 103 KXLK 105 KICT 95 KRZZ 96.3 KRBB 98 KSPG 98.7 AM: KQAM 1410 KFH 1330 KFDI 1070

SCHOOL PROPERTY, CARE OF Any student who willfully or maliciously damages school property will be charged for repairs and replacement and disciplined appropriately. Students and staff are asked to do their part in taking care of equipment, furniture, and other school property so that future students will be able to have a quality education.

SEARCHES In order to protect the health, safety, and welfare of students under school jurisdiction, building principals are authorized to search students, lockers and vehicles (while on school property or at any school activity regardless of location) when a “reasonable suspicion” of improper activity exists or randomly, as part of a general inspection. Such searches may be made without notice to the student. (see BOE policy JCAB, JCAB-R, JCABB)

STOLEN PROPERTY Any student who has property stolen should report the loss immediately to his/her teacher or to the office. Students found guilty of theft may be suspended and a parent conference held before the student may return to school. Students are checked out locks for both hall lockers and P.E. lockers, and are strongly encouraged to use locks at all times.

STUDENT PARKING LOT Traffic regulations of the city of Augusta are enforced on the property (ord. 1601, sec 3). Driving and parking on school grounds will be in accordance with these codes. Students reported to be driving recklessly by school employees on school property will be given a verbal warning. The second offense will result in notification of police and possible loss of parking privileges. Any further violations will result in disciplinary action by the school and loss of parking privileges. All students are to park in the south parking lot. Students are to park in such a way as not to take up more than one parking space. Parking in any marked fire lane is prohibited. Students are not to be in the parking lot during school hours. If it is necessary to go to your car during the school day, permission must be secured from the office.

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS Our school is fortunate in having capable people to help us whenever our regular teachers are ill or are attending conferences. A substitute teacher is an important visitor whose impressions of our school will be carried into the community. Let us be certain that these are good impressions by being polite, helpful and considerate.


TELEPHONES Telephones should only be used before and after school. Students will not be called out of class except in case of an emergency. Pay telephones are located in the hallway. School office telephones are not available for general student use.

VENDING MACHINES Vending machines are open for student use before and after school. Students are responsible for cleaning up and properly disposing of cans and trash.

VISITORS TO OUR SCHOOL Persons wishing to visit the school during school hours should come to the office to receive permission. All visitors must conform to school standards of dress, conduct, etc. Students may not bring visitors to attend classes.

DAILY CLASS SCHEDULE We will operate on a rotating A/B schedule. The A/B rotation will generally not be adjusted when school days are missed due to inclement weather. Regular Bell Schedule Block 1 8:00 - 9:30 Channel One 9:30-9:45 Block 2 9:50 - 11:20 Block 3 11:25 -1:25 Block 4 1:30 - 3:00 Lunch I 11:25 - 11:49 Lunch II 11:57 - 12:21 Lunch III 12:29 - 12:53 Lunch IV 1:01 - 1:25

2010-2011 “ALMA MATER” We hail thee, Alma Mater, To thee, our praises ring. The glory of our A.H.S. Bids memory’s tongue to sing, Thy hallowed halls of learning Imparts a vision clear, We pledge to thee our loyalty, Our Alma Mater dear.

AUGUSTA HIGH SCHOOL


DONNA ZERR, PRINCIPAL CRAIG P. THOMPSON, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL RYAN MUHLIG, DEAN OF STUDENTS DOUG LAW, DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS ALISHA BODYK, COUNSELOR ANGELA GLAVES, COUNSELOR 2020 OHIO STREET AUGUSTA, KANSAS 67010 (316) 775-5461 VOICE (316) 775-3484 FAX


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