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1 STUDENT HANDBOOK Delvis Rodriguez PRINCIPAL Michael McAuley VICE PRINCIPAL Sean Bullock ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 100 Grace Street Dover, NJ (973)

2 Dover High School Directory ADMINISTRATION Mr. Becker Ms. Schoonmaker Mr. Kevin Bullock Mr. Rodriguez Mr. McAuley Mr. Bullock TBD Superintendent of Schools Assistant Superintendent Federal Programs Administrator Principal Vice Principal Athletic Director Director of Guidance Services FACULTY Business/Technology Mr. Ambrosino Ms. James Mr. Lauto Mrs. Zucarro Language Arts Ms. Barabas Mrs. Baran Mr. Keimel Mrs. Paterek Mrs. Ramirez Mrs. Ratcliffe Mrs. Rohrbacker Mrs. Sperry Mrs. Worthington Science Mrs. Frame Dr. Belenky Mrs. Franco Mrs. Passucci Dr. Seanor Mr. Clear Mr. McElroy Mr. Nowell Mr. Varin Special Education Mr. Gannaio Mr. Lishewa Social Studies Mrs. Andriac Mr. DeRitter Mrs. Gensinger Mr. Morgan 21 st Century Life & Career Mr. McConnell Mrs. Ragan Math Mrs. Frame Mrs. Baker Mr. Fernandez Mr. Hill Mrs. Kennedy Mr. Purdue Mr. Bronson Mrs. DiFiore Mr. Mikolay Mrs. Starr Mrs. Butka Mr. Hernandez Ms. Jerman Ms. Murray Mr. Richard World Language Mr. Quiñones Mrs. Chaparro Mrs. Colligan Ms. Gilbert Mr. Guglielmo Ms. Kenny Mr. Romano Ms. Schwenk Mrs. Shuler Ms. Walker Tiger RAP Mrs. Seeley Ms. Culley Mrs. DeFuria Mrs. Sikora Nurse Mrs. Donna Schaeffer Student Assistant Counselor Ms. Jamie Allen Mr. Cortese Mrs. Homa Music/Fine Arts Mrs. Gaynor-Matonti Mr. Dixon Mrs. Rolandelli Ms. Shamy Ms. Sinisgalli Mr. Vazquez Mr. Wiseman Physical Education Mr. Bullock Mr. DeGregorio Mr. Ippolito Mrs. Kolibaba Mr. McDonald Ms. Pierson Dr. Trinity Mr. Trudgeon Mr. Walter Guidance TBD Mr. Davey Mrs. Tate-Melendez Main Office Ms. McCloskey Security Mr. Cole Ms. Leccese Mrs. Thomson Ms.Weir Ms. Mills 2

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Message from the Principal 4 Alma Mater/Mission Statement 5 High School Graduation Requirements 5-6 Technological Literacy/Usage 6 Attendance Regulations 6-8 Procedures for Loss of Credit 8-9 Medical Requirements 9 Guidance Services 9-12 Appeal Procedures Summer School 13 Textbooks 13 School Lunch Identification Cards 14 Motor Vehicle Use 14 Bell Schedules 15 Equality in Education Programs 16 Visitors 16 Hall Passes 16 Controversial Issues 16 Search and Seizure 17 Behavioral Expectations Bus Behavior Conduct Away from School 22 School Level Disciplinary Consequences District Level Disciplinary Consequences 23 Dress Code Electronic Devices 24 Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying Inspection of Student Lockers 31 Discipline Philosophy 31 Agreement for Student Photograph and Internet Use 31 Tiger Rap 32 Substance Abuse Policy Discipline Matrix 40 3

4 Dover Public Schools Board of Education and Administration Mrs. Susan Shauer-President Mrs. Lynn Laurie-Vice President Mr. Alan Bocchino Mrs. Linda Mullin Mr. William Shuler Mrs. Irene Hansen Mrs. Maria Rosario Mr. Joseph Heredia - Mr. Scott Miller Mr. Michael Scarneo Mine Hill Representative Mr. Robert B. Becker, Superintendent of Schools Ms. Beth Schoonmaker, Assistant Superintendent Mr. Kevin Bullock, Federal Programs Administrator Message from the Principal Make Every Day Count. Our school theme for this year is Make Every Day Count. It carries forward our theme of Be Present from last year. Both themes challenge students to achieve excellent attendance as the first step to academic success. This year s theme further challenges you to put in great effort each school day. Being present in class is not enough; to make every day count you must also pay attention, complete classwork and homework, and study. As with last year, I encourage all of you to get the year off to a great start by achieving perfect attendance in the month of September, and to maintain excellent attendance for the entire year. Commit yourselves to the hard work necessary to succeed in your classes, and you will be rewarded with good grades and academic advancement. At the end of the day, your goal is to graduate from Dover High School in four years. When you make every day count, you are ensuring that your future adds up! Sincerely, Delvis Rodriguez Principal 4

5 Dover High School Alma Mater Through the four happy years of our pilgrimage Mid scenes we love so well On her name and her fame and her history We always love to dwell, Loyalty true, we pledge anew; so we sing, and we cheer, with a song for Dear Old Dover High by R. Bowlby and L. Hinkle Dover High School Mission Statement Dover High School, a community rich in diversity, talent and history, challenges and instructs all students to identify and develop their unique abilities. Students achieve academic excellence and demonstrate responsible citizenship through participation in a comprehensive offering of academic and co-curricular activities. ALL STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO BECOME INVOLVED WITH THEIR SCHOOL IN SOME CAPACITY!! High School Graduation Requirements Course Requirements A. Four years of English (English I, II, III, IV or E.S.L. if deemed appropriate). B. Three years of Mathematics. C. Two years of American History (U.S. History I and II) and one year of World History/Culture. D. Three years of Science. E. One year of a World Language. F. One year of visual and performing arts. G. One year of Physical/Health Education for each year of enrollment in high school. Health Education includes First Aid, Driver Education, and Health/Family Life. H. 1 year of 21 st Century Life and Career Skills. I. 2.5 credits of Personal Finance Credit Requirements Students must earn 140 credits to graduate. Five credits shall be awarded to each course meeting five periods per week for the school year. Minimum Basic Skill Requirements To graduate, a student shall successfully pass the required state high school assessments in Language Arts and Mathematics. A student who has not successfully passed one or more of the tests by the end of Grade 11 shall be given a comprehensive evaluation of his/her basic skills proficiency as required by State Law. 5

6 Technological Literacy As per N.J.A.C. 6A:8-5.1(a)1:8, Technological Literacy in accordance with the NJCCCS is integrated throughout the DHS curriculum. Technology Usage Students are required to adhere to Dover Public School s Acceptable Technology Usage Policy. This policy describes how technology, technological resources, and networks must be used to support research and instructional activities. This policy is distributed annually at the start of the school year and is also available on the district website. Violations of this policy will result in school level disciplinary actions and/or loss of technology usage privileges. Special Education Students All graduation requirements apply to classified students unless exempted in their individualized education programs. The I.E.P. must specifically address these graduation requirements. Fulfillment of the I.E.P. requirements would qualify the classified student for a state endorsed diploma. Mr. John Gannaio, Director of Special Services, will address any concerns regarding Special Education at (973) E.L.L. Students Students with limited English proficiency must meet all Dover High School graduation requirements and established State testing requirements to receive the state endorsed diploma. Specific testing requirements, which include use of the Maculaitis Test for English fluency, are detailed in State code. Attendance Regulations Regular attendance is essential for good schoolwork. According to Dover Board of Education Policy #509, personal illness, quarantine, death in the family, previously arranged religious holidays, home or institutional instruction, and school activities are the only legal reasons for school absence. New Jersey Statutes prohibit the administration from excusing students from school in response to telephone requests. In emergencies, requests made in person will be expedited through the High School office. A check will be instituted to authenticate the request after which arrangements for a student s departure will be made. Out of school activities should be planned so that they will not interfere with the regular school session. The school calendar will be helpful in planning. The school requests a telephone call fro m a parent or guardian informing us whenever a pupil is ill or is to be absent for any other reason. Provision is made so that these calls will be received between 6:30 and 8:30 am. The number to call is (973) Your cooperation is sincerely appreciated. Students will be allowed up to three school days from the date of re-entry to make-up assignments due to absence. If the absence is for a prolonged period of time, a request for an extended make-up period should be made through the Guidance Department and the teachers involved. Secondary school credit for a diploma shall not be granted in any subject from which a student has been absent for more than 10 cumulative days in any year. Cumulative Absence Days will be labeled cumulative when a student is absent for any reason other than those listed below. Suspensions for violation of the Criminal Code (2C) will 6

7 be cumulative. Cumulative absences will be counted by both full days and individual periods. Students will be marked absent if they miss individual periods due to arriving late, leaving early or cutting class. Non-Cumulative Absence An absence from class will be Non Cumulative and a teacher shall not penalize any student whenever: 1. Approved home or institutional instruction has been adequately substituted for actual attendance. 2. A doctor s excuse has been presented within 10 school days upon return from said absence. 3. Death in the family (not to exceed five days). 4. Quarantine. 5. Previously arranged religious holidays. 6. Student participation in school related activities that have been approved in advance. This shall include, but are not limited to, field trips, exchange programs, assemblies, concerts, music classes and scheduled athletic events. 7. Previously arranged and verified college visitations (maximum 1 day Juniors/3 days Seniors) 8. Suspension (unless a violation of the criminal code 2C). 9. The DHS student is scheduled for a behind the wheel road test. 10. The DHS student is subpoenaed to appear in court Title 18A Regulation 38 Pupils under the age for compulsory school attendance (16 years) who do not attend school for ten (10) days and whose parents/guardians fail to notify the school as to the reason for the absence shall have served upon their parents/guardians a formal written legal notice to cause the pupil to attend school. Consecutive Absences Pupils beyond the age of compulsory school attendance who do not attend school for ten (10) consecutive days and fail to notify the school as to the reason for the absence shall have written notice served to the parents/guardians of intent to remove the pupil s name from the attendance rolls of the school. Appeal of such notifications must be made within (3) school days of receipt of notification. Additional Attendance Regulations 1. Absence for any reason shall not excuse a student from his/her responsibility for class work and homework. The student will be permitted up to 3 days to arrange for makeup class work upon his/her return. It is the student s responsibility to adhere to this policy, and make appropriate arrangements. 2. The main office will notify Parents/ guardians and/or adult pupils when a student has accumulated 3 days, 6 days and 9 days absent. 3. Days absent from class without authorization, while in attendance on that day, shall be referred to the administrative offices for evaluation. A. If deemed unauthorized after review, the first absence shall be considered a cut and result in detention. B. Upon a second infraction, the student shall lose credit in the 7

8 course. Cutting classes for which a student has lost credit or failed will be considered a failure to follow the prescribed course of study, a suspendable infraction. C. A student shall be considered truant at Dover High School when he/she is absent from school without the knowledge of student s parent/guardian. This violation will result in a 1 day In School Suspension. 4. All students are encouraged to be on time for school. Pride in your achievements begins with punctuality. The school day begins promptly at 7:45 a.m. Any student arriving after 8:06 a.m. will be marked absent for period 1, and administered the following consequence. The Tardy to School policy is as follows: First time late = 1 hour detention Second Time Late = 1 hour detention Third Time Late = 1 hour detention Fourth Time Late: (2) 1 hour detentions Fifth Time Late: (2) 1 hour detentions Sixth Time Late: In school suspension Seventh Time Late or more: In school suspension/ conference with student, parent, and Attendance Officer. 5. Any student absent from his/her class for half the period or more without an excuse will be marked absent from that class for the day. 6. Tardiness to Class: Teachers will record all tardiness as it occurs, and assess appropriate penalties of their choosing for the first and second tardy. The following consequences will occur for excessive tardiness to any class throughout the school year: Three times late in a year = 1 hour central detention Six times late in a year = (2) 1 hour central detentions Nine times late in a year = 1 day In School Suspension Twelve times late in a year = 1 day In School Suspension Fifteen times late in a year = Loss of credit for the class and 1 day Out of School Supsension. **Semester classes will follow the same guidelines but loss of credit** will take place after the 8 th time late to that particular class. 7. Attendance at Dover High School requires attendance at Morris County School of Technology and vice versa. Suspension at Morris County School of Technology will also be regarded as suspension at Dover High School for the same time period. Students who opt to attend Morris County School of Technology must understand that, should they be terminated from Morris County School of Technology during the academic year, Dover Public Schools will provide the most appropriate schedule possible, but cannot guarantee placement in courses needed for graduation. Students are fully responsible for attending classes at Morris County School of Technology when Dover High School is closed and Morris County School of Technology is open. Transportation on those days will not be provided. Procedures for Loss of Credit 1. A student losing credit must continue in that course to add to his/her knowledge in that subject. In some instances, a student may pass a 8

9 subject for which he/she has lost credit. 2. At no time will a student be denied the opportunity for the best possible education: however, bona-fide student status must be maintained by continuing in the required number of courses. 3. A student shall be required to complete work toward learning subject matter even though credit is lost or a failing grade is pending. Medical Requirements Board of Education policy and New Jersey Statute 18A:40-5 informs parents and guardians of Dover High School students of annual immunizations and medical tests required. The following are brought to your attention: 1. Please review all immunization records. Students who received necessary immunizations during the summer months must present documentary proof to the school nurse upon return the first day of school in September. 2. Any new student transferred from another state or country, who does not have a valid record of a tuberculosis Mantoux test will be given the test by the school nurse. Additionally, annual examination for scoliosis (curvature of the spine) for all students shall be provided by the Board of Education. 3. New Jersey law requires all students to have the following immunizations: a. DT Series (diphtheria-tetanus) and a Booster at least 6 months later, but within 10 years. b. Polio Series and a Booster at least 6 months later. c. Measles Vaccine after the age of one year. d. Rubella Vaccine. e. Mumps Vaccine. f. Hepatitis B Vaccine. 4. All students transferred from another district or private school must provide evidence of the above immunizations upon entry to the High School. Students transferring from another country may be admitted to school on a provisional basis if a physician or health department indicates that immunization of the pupil has already been initiated and that the pupil is in the process of complying with all immunization requirements. State law requires exclusion if proof is not presented. 5. All students participating in the interscholastic sports program must receive physical examinations by a medical doctor prior to the beginning of their individual sports season. 6. Any student injured during school must make an immediate report of such injury to the school health officer. If possible, report the names of any witness (witnesses) at that time. Guidance Services Dover High School provides a full service guidance program. Parents as well as students are encouraged to use the services of the Guidance Department which include academic counseling, career awareness, educational planning, college application and selection, financial aid to college, job opportunity, personal counseling and standardized testing. A library of college catalogs, career information, financial aid information and related items are available in the Guidance Library for student and parent use. 9

10 High School Grading and Reporting System Dover High School operates on a quarterly reporting system. Report cards are issued four times during the school year. Report cards are mailed home at these approximate times: 1st Quarter Thanksgiving 2nd Quarter End of January 3rd Quarter Mid-April 4th Quarter End of June Mid quarter progress reports are also mailed home four times during the school year. The grading system at Dover High School is as follows: A Excellent % B Above Average 80-89% C Average 70-79% D Passing 60-69% F Failing 59 and below Six marks are used to average the final grade for most courses; these include the four-quarter marks (20% each), a midterm examination grade (10%), and a final examination grade (10%). Students who miss a midterm or final examination without an acceptable excuse shall receive a score of 0 for the exam. Midterm and final examinations are given during special exam periods throughout the school year. Midterm and Final Exams Board of Education Regulation #5017 states, Examinations shall be prepared for students in all classes. The exams shall be constructed to consume at least 1.5 clock hours, and offer both objective and subjective questions. The principal is authorized to recognize medical excuses (doctors notes) in either excusing or establishing makeup exams. Students without a proper excuse who have not taken their exam will receive a score of 0 for the exam. Minimum Course Requirement The following course requirements are the minimum acceptable for the Grade Level. Grade 9 Minimum of 40 credits Grade 10 Minimum of 35 credits Grade 11 Minimum of 35 credits Grade 12 Minimum of 30 credits Class Status Policy Each year, the student must earn 30 or more credits, and have passed their grade level English and Math classes to be promoted to the next grade level. In the event a student fails a required course, he/she must repeat and pass that course in order to meet all credit/course requirements for graduation. Course Withdrawals Before any class withdrawal takes place, very careful review of credit and course requirements will be undertaken. The last date to withdraw from any class is two weeks after the conclusion of the first marking period. Any 10

11 withdrawal after this date will be an administrative decision, and will result in a final grade of withdraw failure (WF) on the official transcript. No credits are awarded to students for courses from which they are withdrawn. Schedule Changes Since careful consideration is used in planning course selections involving students, parents, counselors, and teachers, any request for changing or dropping subjects is considered a serious matter. Requests for changes must be made within the time frame allotted during the summer. The only reasons for schedule changes in September are to correct errors, add required subjects, or award credit obtained in summer school. Academic Assistance Dover High School is proud to offer a variety of services to its students. Academic tutors and other services can be arranged through the Guidance Department. Please call (973) Honor Rolls Honor Rolls are compiled at the end of each academic marking period (four times per school year) and are released to local newspapers for publication. Individual notification of honor roll and achievement accompanies the report card, which is mailed home. High Honor Roll - Students receiving an A in all subjects Honor Roll - Students who receive no mark lower than a B Advanced Placement, Learning Community and Honors Programs The general purpose of the A.P., Learning Community and Honors Programs is to offer highly motivated and very capable students challenges beyond the requirements of a regular classroom situation. These courses are taught at a faster pace, with a more intensive depth of academic coverage. Enrollment in these courses is selective. Each course carries prerequisites that may include teacher and counselor recommendations, a formal written application, and grade achievement requirements. Consult your counselor for more specific details and application forms. A.P., Learning Community and Honors courses will be weighted in determining class rank. The grades earned in these courses may have an impact on college admissions. It is expected that students will maintain a minimum of a C average in an Honors, Learning Community or A.P. class. Academic averages below C may result in a transfer from an Honors, Learning Community or A.P. section. Academic and Age Eligibility Requirements for Students Participating in Interscholastic Athletics The student: 1. must earn at least 27.5 credits from the previous academic year to be eligible for fall and winter sports. For the spring season, all students must have earned credits during the previous semester. 2. may not reach age 19 before September 1 st of that year. 3. has 4 years of eligibility for sports which starts at the beginning of the freshman year. 4. must be a legal resident within the High School. 5. must successfully pass a physical exam and present a signed parent 11

12 permission form prior to participating in practice or games. 6. will be required to submit the NJSIAA mandated random drug testing waiver form signed by both parent and student. Failure to submit this form will render the student ineligible for participation in that sport. Class Rank All courses are used to compute the Grade Point Average and rank. G.P.A.s are determined from the final marks a student receives each year for every subject. Summer school grades do not replace original grades for the purpose of calculating G.P.A.s. To determine class rank, G.P.A.s are placed from highest to lowest. Ties displace rank number (a three way tie for any position gives each student that rank number). Class rank is calculated after Grades 9, 10, 11, and 12, and is an important consideration in college admission. Weighting for Class Rank Grade Regular Honors AP A B C D F National Honor Society Dover High School is proud to host the Harvey A. Kuntzelman Chapter of the National Honor Society. Membership into this highly prestigious organization is restricted to students who exemplify the four tenets of society: Service, Character, Leadership, and Scholarship. Students are invited to apply for induction after the first semester of their junior year. To be considered, a student will need the minimum career GPA of The application process includes a review of activities that demonstrates a student s character, leadership and service. Applications are reviewed by a committee of faculty. Students are then notified of their acceptance. An induction ceremony is held in the spring. Members are expected to demonstrate the four tenets of society throughout their time at Dover High School. Appeal Procedures There may be times when students feel they have been unfairly penalized. Most problems can be solved if students speak with the teacher or staff member who was involved. If students feel uncomfortable with this person, they may request a conference with the next level of authority. Students may also request the presence of a third party, such as a counselor, assistant principal, other staff person, translator, interpreter, or attorney. Parents also have the right to be included. If talking things over does not solve the problem, the following steps may be taken: 1. A written statement must be presented to the principal within 5 school days after the last conference. The statement must tell what happened, when it happened, who was involved, and how the student would like the problem resolved. A copy of the statement should be saved. The principal or the administrator with the most knowledge of the incident has 5 school days to present a written response. 12

13 2. If the problem still has not been resolved, students have 5 school days to ask, in writing, for an appointment with the superintendent/designee. The letter asking for the appointment must include a copy of the first written statement. 3. Upon receipt of the letter, the area superintendent/designee will schedule a meeting within 5 school days with the student and his or her parent. This meeting will include the person(s) involved in the appeal process, the principal, the student, the parent(s) and anyone else he or she wishes to attend. An attorney may be present to represent either the student or the school. The area superintendent/designee has 5 school days to send a written response to the student. 4. If students still are not satisfied, they may take the problem to the Superintendent following the above procedures. 5. The Superintendent will schedule another meeting to see how the matter can be resolved. If a decision is not made at this meeting, the Superintendent has 5 school days to send a written response. The decision of the Superintendent shall be final for the appeal of any penalties fewer than 10 days. For appeals of 10 days or more, students have the right to appeal beyond the Superintendent to the School Board. Working Papers New Jersey State Labor Regulations allow minors to be employed at age 14. Special work permits are required by the State. These permits are issued in the Guidance Office. Specific questions concerning the issuance of these working papers should be addressed to the Guidance Secretary. Summer School Summer School is offered as a courtesy, with no charge to DHS students. Students should not assume that a session will be held, or that a course will be offered, as factors such as enrollment, budget status, and funding are reassessed on an annual basis. It would be a mistake to assume that poor progress during the school year, or excessive absenteeism, can be made up in the summer. Any student failing three or more marking periods in any course will be ineligible to take that course during summer school at Dover High School. Textbooks/iPads The Board of Education buys all necessary books used in the various classes. These are loaned to the students. Students are held responsible for the books and their condition while in their possession. If a book is lost or damaged, a charge will be assessed according to the replacement cost of the book. Some course materials are now being loaded onto school-issued ipads. Students may be charged for ipads that are lost or stolen. School Lunch Students are only permitted to purchase food from the cafeteria during lunch periods or prior to school. Fast Food is not permitted in the cafeteria area. 13

14 The cafeteria is equipped to provide and sell lunch to all. Cafeteria privileges are extended to those students who choose to bring all or part of their lunch. Breakfasts are available to students arriving before the start of the regular school day. The program is provided within the normal cafeteria rules, regulations, and price structure. Meals will be available on a free or reduced price basis to students whose families qualify under the federal regulations. Application forms are available in the Main Office. Identification Cards All students are issued an identification card. This card is to be carried at all times, and must be presented upon request to any teacher or other person in authority in the school district. Cards will be shown for admittance to all activities of the school (athletic events, plays, dances) as well as being the admission card to the Library. New students, including 9th Grade students, will be issued a card upon entering in September. Those students who have misplaced their identification cards will be required to purchase another at a cost of $5.00. Students who are unable to furnish an Identification Card when requested by staff will be referred to the Vice-Principal. If lanyards are issued with an identification card, students will be expected to wear them at all times. Motor Vehicle Use By resolution of the Board of Education, high school students shall refrain from driving motor vehicles to and from school unless permission has been granted by the administration. In addition, no Dover High School student shall drive or occupy any motor vehicle during regularly scheduled school hours, including lunch periods, without specific permission by the administration. Failure to comply with this regulation shall result in suspension of driving privileges. A second infraction will result in suspension from school. Also, failure to drive a motor vehicle in a responsible manner will result in suspension of driving privileges. Permission may be secured as follows: 1. The vehicle must be registered in the office. 2. Students who receive permission to drive will be issued a parking decal, and will be entitled to a parking space. The cost of the decal will be $2.00. The Dover Board of Education and Dover High School will assume no responsibility for the property of the student. Parking is to be at the student s own risk, with the school district being held safe and harmless in regard to the personal property (car and contents). 3. The parking decal must be attached to the left side window or to the visor on the driver s side in such a manner as may be observed from the outside of the car. 4. Students may only park in areas designated for students. 5. If students are not parked in their designated areas, they may be subject to tow, and will be responsible for any fees associated with the tow. 14

15 Dover High School Time Schedule Period 0 7:00-7:42 Period 1 7:45-8:27 Homeroom 8:27-8:32 Period 2 8:36-9:18 Period 3 9:22-10:04 Period 4 10:08-10:50 Lunch 1 10:54-11:24 Period 5E 10:54-11:36 Period 5L 11:28-12:10 Lunch 2 11:40-12:10 Period 6E 11:40-12:22 Period 6L 12:14-12:56 Lunch 3 12:26-12:56 Period 7 1:00-1:42 Period 8 1:46-2:28 Early Dismissal Bell Schedule Period 0 7:00-7:42 Period 1 7:45-8:15 Homeroom 8:15-8:20 Period 2 8:24-8:54 Period 3 8:58 9:28 Period 4 9:32-10:02 Period 5E/5L 10:06-10:36 Period 6E/6L 10:40-11:10 Period 7 11:14-11:44 Period 8 11:48-12:18 Delayed School Openings There are times when the decision is made for a delayed opening of the High School. Unless an announcement is made to the contrary, school will begin at 9:30 a.m. The following procedures will apply: 1. All students will be permitted to enter the halls, report to their lockers, and move to their homerooms at 9:20 a.m. 2. Homeroom period begins at 9:30 A.M. All students should be in their homeroom at that time. 3. There will be no excuse considered for students arriving late (after 9:30 a.m.) on the day of a delayed opening. 4. All students from Victory Gardens and Mine Hill transported by bus should be prepared to board approximately 1 1/2 hours later than the regular time. Delayed Opening Schedule Period 0 Cancelled HR 9:30 9:35 Per. 1 9:39 10:12 Per. 2,3 or 4 10:16 10:50 15

16 Equality in Education Programs The Dover Public School District provides student access to all educational programs and activities in a non-discriminatory manner. These include school, classroom, and extracurricular activities, guidance services, course offerings, co-educational physical education, subject electives and athletics. The Dover Board of Education has designated Mr. John Gannaio, Director of Special Services, to serve as Affirmative Action Officer. The A.A.O. coordinates compliance efforts and investigates any complaints of discrimination. His address is Dover Board of Education, 100 Grace Street, Dover, New Jersey The Dover Board of Education has designated Mr. Robert Becker as A.D.A. (Americans With Disabilities Act) Coordinator. Her address is Dover Board of Education, 100 Grace Street, Dover, New Jersey Visitors All visitors must sign in at the front lobby to receive a pass upon arriving at Dover High School. If the person is granted permission to stay, he/she will be given a visitor s pass. Students will not be allowed visitors during the school day. Hall Passes Below is a list of the hall passes used by Dover High School and a general purpose for each: 1. Bathroom pass: This pass is used when permission is requested to leave the classroom for use of the bathroom facilities. 2. Administrative pass (yellow or blue): To be used when a student is requested to come to the main office by main office personnel. 3. Nurse pass (pink): To be used only when a student asks to see the nurse. 4. Tardy pass (orange): Used to enter a class at the beginning of the day when a student arrives to school late. Note: Students should not request permission to visit a guidance counselor. Green passes are sent for students when a student is needed for a meeting. If a student would like to request a meeting with his/her guidance counselor, a request form should be filled out in the guidance office during lunch periods. Controversial Issues Students who find any displayed teaching materials or bulletin boards to be objectionable in any way shall do the following: a. Discuss their concerns first with that specific teacher. b. If they are not comfortable with that teacher or do not know him/her, they should discuss it with one of their teachers, preferably one who is knowledgeable in that subject area. c. If they still have a concern or objection after such a teacher discussion, the student shall bring it to the Principal or Vice Principal for further review. 16

17 Search and Seizure The Principal or other official designated by the local Board of Education may inspect lockers or other storage facilities provided for use of the students so long as the students are informed, in writing, at the beginning of the school year that inspections may occur. In compliance with this law, this notice informs you that Dover High School does inspect, for cause, student lockers and possessions. Behavioral Expectations / Consequences The Dover Public School District behavior policy is based on one simple concept mutual respect. Our students are expected to respect themselves and others, and each has the right to be respected in return. Students who violate the rights of others will be appropriately disciplined by the teacher. Serious violations will be managed by the school administration. Expected Behaviors Treat others with respect and honesty. Be prepared for class by bringing necessary materials. Complete all classwork and homework. Use class time properly Take home and return necessary forms. Follow rules and regulations regarding field trips. Take care of and return all textbooks, library books, or other school-owned materials. (Students are responsible for payment of assessed fines due to damage or lost materials). Act responsibly on school grounds, buses, field trips, and at all school-sponsored events, regardless of location. Unacceptable Behaviors Leading to Disciplinary Action Attendance Incidents (Including, but not limited to) Tardiness Cutting class Leaving class or school without permission Rule Violation Incidents (Including, but not limited to) o Dress code infractions o Electronic device infractions Disruptive Incidents (Including, but not limited to) Disturbing the class or school by: being disrespectful or rude, refusing to obey any staff member, failing to follow classroom rules, running in the halls, throwing objects, possessing or igniting fireworks or smoke/stink bombs, fighting, gambling, or bringing distracting items to school including, but not limited to, in-line skates/roller blades/heelies (sneakers with 17

18 wheels), toys, toy weapons, lighters, matches, laser pointers/pens, bullets, or shell casings. Using scooters, bikes, skate boards, and heelies on school premises Behaving inappropriately on field trips Displaying disruptive behavior Possessing and/or distributing materials prohibited by law including, but not limited to, pornographic/obscene material Storing pornographic/obscene materials and drug paraphernalia in school lockers, in or on any student s personal belongings, or in vehicles parked on school property Misrepresenting oneself by cheating, copying, plagiarizing, counterfeiting, using false identification, or making false reports by posing as a parent to excuse absences or tardiness, sign a school document, etc. Unauthorized presence on school property Endangering the lives of students and staff by setting off unfounded fire alarms Littering Gambling Substance Abuse/Drug Incidents (Including, but not limited to) Possessing or using drugs, alcohol, and/or tobacco products, including unauthorized over-the-counter medications Sale or attempted sale and/or transmittal of drugs, alcohol, and/or tobacco products, including authorized or unauthorized overthe-counter medications Possessing drug paraphernalia Acts Against Persons (Including, but not limited to) Bullying Cyber-bullying during school hours, on school grounds, or using school technology Taking part in physical acts of a sexual nature, engaging in sexual harassment, or offending others by indecent exposure Using insulting, profane, racially or sexually offensive written or oral language, or making obscene remarks or gestures Harassing others because of age, color, gender, national origin, marital status, race, religion, or sexual orientation Harassing others because of a disability Harassing others because of ethnicity, socio-economic background, or linguistic differences 18

19 Harassing others because of physical appearance or for any other reason Hazing any action or situation that recklessly or intentionally endangers the mental or physical health or safety of a student regardless of: 1. The student s willingness to participate or; 2. That the conduct or activity was not sanctioned by the organization or; 3. That the activity was not done as a condition of membership to an organization (N.J.S.A. 2C: 40-3). Threatening, stalking, hitting, or hurting a teacher or other school personnel Intentionally making a false accusation that jeopardizes the professional reputation, employment, or certification of a teacher or other school staff member Committing a hate crime Property Incidents (Including, but not limited to) Damaging, destroying, or vandalizing school property (students are responsible for payment of damages) Misusing technology Starting a fire (arson) Committing petty theft Breaking and entering (burglary) Other Criminal Incidents (Including, but not limited to) Possessing and/or concealing a weapon Threatening or hurting a person with a weapon Committing a robbery Forcing someone to give money, possessions, or other things of value to another or oneself (extortion) Endangering the lives of students and staff by failing to report a threat of violence against others Making a bomb threat Sexual battery Kidnapping or abduction Homicide Committing other criminal acts Causes for Suspension or Expulsion of Pupils (N.J.S.A. 18A: 37 2) Any pupil who is guilty of continued and willful disobedience, or of open defiance of the authority of any teacher or person having authority over him, or of the habitual use of profanity or of obscene language, or who shall cut, deface or otherwise injure any school property, shall be liable to punishment and to suspension or expulsion from school. 19

20 Conduct, which shall constitute good cause for suspension or expulsion of a pupil guilty of such conduct, shall include, but not be limited to, any of the following: a. continued and willful disobedience b. open defiance of the authority of any teacher or person having authority over him c. conduct of such character as to constitute a continuing d. danger to the physical well being of other pupils e. physical assault upon another pupil or upon any teacher or other school employee f. taking, or attempting to take, personal property or money from another pupil or from his presence by means of force or fear g. willfully causing or attempting to cause, damage to school property h. participation in an unauthorized occupancy by any group of pupils or others, of any part of the school or other building owned by any school district, and failure to leave such school or other facility promptly after having been directed to do so by the principal or other person in charge of such building or facility i. incitement which is intended to and does result in any unauthorized occupation by any group of pupils or others of any part of a school or other facility owned by any school district j. incitement that is intended to and does result in truancy by other pupils k. knowing possession or knowing consumption without legal authority of alcoholic beverages or controlled substances on school premises or being under the influence of intoxicating liquor or controlled dangerous substances while on school premises Bus Behavior Students must present a current school bus pass to the school bus driver every day upon boarding the school bus, and they are only permitted to ride their assigned bus. There is absolutely no eating or drinking, or chewing gum on the school buses. Any food, drinks, including water bottles, and/or chewing gum must be packed in backpacks / book bags while the student is on the school bus. Students carrying food or drink, water bottles, etc. on the bus will be told to deposit the food, drink, or chewing gum, etc. in the trash bag upon boarding the bus. Do Not Lose Your Privilege To Ride The School Bus Follow These Rules 1. Observe same conduct as in the classroom. 2. Be courteous, use no profane/lewd language. 3. Do not eat, drink, or litter on the school bus. 4. Keep the school bus clean. 5. Cooperate with the school bus driver. 6. Respect the privacy of others. 20

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