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1 Westmont High School A/B Calendar AUGUST 2014 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 18 A 19 B 20 A 21 B 22 A 25 B 26 A 27 B 28 A 29 B SEPTEMBER 2014 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 No School 2 A 3 B 4 A 5 B 8 A 9 B 10 A Collab 11 B Collab 12 A 15 B 16 A 17 B 18 A 19 B 22 A 23 B 24 A 25 B 26 A Min Day 29 B Min Day 30 A OCTOBER 2014 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 B Collab 2 A Collab 3 B 6 A 7 B 8 A 9 B 10 A 13 B 14 A 15 B 16 A 17 B 20 A 21 B 22 A 23 B 24 A 27 B 28 A 29 B Collab 30 A Collab 31 B NOVEMBER 2014 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 3 A 4 B 5 A 6 B 7 A Min day 10 B Min day 11 No School 12 A 13 B 14 A 17 B 18 A 19 B 20 A 21 B 24 No School 25 No School 26 No School 27 No School 28 No School DECEMBER 2014 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 A 2 B 3 A Collab 4 B Collab 5 A 8 B 9 A 10 B 11 A 12 B 15 A 16 B 17 FINALS 18 FINALS 19 FINALS 22 No School 23 No School 24 No School 25 No School 26 No School 29 No School 30 No School 31 No School AUGUST NOVEMBER 18 FIRST DAY OF CLASSES 7, 10 MINIMUM DAYS (12 WEEK GRADES) 11 VETERAN S DAY HOLIDAY SEPTEMBER THANKGSIVING HOLIDAY 1 LABOR DAY HOLIDAY 10, 11 COLLABORATION DAYS (LATE START) DECEMBER 26, 29 MINIMUM DAYS (6 WEEK GRADES) 3, 4 COLLABORATION DAYS ST SEMESTER FINALS (SEE BELL SCHEDULE) OCTOBER 1, 2 COLLABORATION DAYS (LATE START) 29, 30 COLLABORATION DAYS (LATE START)

2 JANUARY 2015 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 No School 2 No School 5 A 6 B 7 A 8 B 9 A 12 B 13 A 14 B 15 A 16 B 19 No School 20 A 21 B 22 A 23 B 26 A 27 B 28 A Collab 29 B Collab 30 A FEBRUARY 2015 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 2 B 3 A 4 B 5 A 6 B 9 A 10 B 11 A 12 B 13 A 16 No School 17 No School 18 No School 19 No School 20 No School 23 B 24 A 25 B 26 A Min day 27 B Min day MARCH 2015 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 2 A 3 B 4 A 5 B 6 A 9 B 10 A 11 B Collab 12 A Collab 13 B 16 A 17 B 18 A 19 B 20 A 23 B 24 A 25 B 26 A 27 B 30 A 31 B APRIL 2015 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 A 2 B 3 A 6 No School 7 No School 8 No School 9 No School 10 No School 13 B 14 A 15 B 16 A Min day 17 B Min day 20 A 21 B 22 A 23 B 24 A 27 B 28 A 29 B 30 A MAY 2015 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 B 4 A 5 B 6 A 7 B 8 A 11 B 12 A 13 B 14 A 15 B 18 A 19 B 20 A 21 B 22 A 25 No School 26 B 27 A 28 B 29 A JUNE 2015 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 B 2 FINALS 3 FINALS 4 FINALS 5 No School JANUARY APRIL 1, 2 WINTER BREAK 6-10 SPRING BREAK 5 SCHOOL RESUMES 16,17 MINIMUM DAYS (12 WEEK GRADES) 19 MARTIN LUTHER KING HOLIDAY 28, 29 COLLABORATION DAYS MAY 25 MEMORIAL DAY HOLIDAY FEBRUARY PRESIDENT S WEEK BREAK JUNE 26, 27 - MINIMUM DAY (6 WEEK GRADES) nd SEMESTER FINALS (SEE BELL SCHEDULE) 4 - GRADUATION MARCH 11, 12 COLLABORATION DAYS (LATE START)

3 WESTMONT PRIDE PACKAGES **Only available at Registration items are available individually after Registration. ** WE ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS AT REGISTRATION!!! If paying by check, please make checks payable to: Westmont High School and include student s name on the check. You may also purchase at and click on the Web Store link. Be sure to print off your webstore receipt and turn it in on registration day to receive your items. Warrior Pride Package - - Silver Includes: ASB Card Includes Yearbook, free admission to all home and away regular season league games, and discounts on school plays and dances (95.00 value) Warrior Coupon Card Great discounts at local businesses (10.00 value) Day Planner Calendar to use for class assignments (10.00 value) Homecoming shirt Freshmen only as all freshmen receive a free day planner (15.00 value) Class T-Shirt (15.00 value) Warrior Pride Package - Gold Includes: ASB Card Includes Yearbook, free admission to all home and away regular season league games, and discounts on school plays and dances (95.00 value) Warrior Coupon Card Great discounts at local businesses (10.00 value) Day Planner Calendar to use for class assignments (10.00 value) Homecoming shirt Freshmen only as all freshmen receive a free day planner (15.00 value) Class T-Shirt (15.00 value) PTSA Membership (40 value) *Please also fill out the PTSA registration form and mark package Warrior Pride Package - - Platinum Includes: ASB Card Includes Yearbook, free admission to all home and away regular season league games, and discounts on school plays and dances (95.00 value) Warrior Coupon Card Great discounts at local businesses (10.00 value) Day Planner Calendar to use for class assignments (10.00 value) Homecoming shirt Freshmen only as all freshmen receive a free day planner (15.00 value) Class T-Shirt (15.00 value) PTSA Membership (40 value) *Please also fill out the PTSA registration form and mark package Athletic Booster Card Good for 2 adults and 2 children (K-8 only) admittance for HOME regular season sporting event (70.00 value) *Please be aware that the 95 price will only last through October 31 st. From November 1 st -December 31, yearbooks without ASB may be purchased for 80 and ASB can be purchased separately for 50. From January 1 January 20, Yearbooks can be purchased for 100 and ASB is no longer available. A limited number of yearbooks will be available at the end of the year at a cost of 100, but the only way to guarantee a yearbook is to purchase it before January 20. All students receive a student ID card at no cost. If lost or stolen there is a 5 charge to replace. Recommendation: If you have more than one student at Westmont and you want to contribute to the PTSA, purchase either a gold or platinum package for one student and a silver for the other students.

4 REGISTRATION ORDER FORM Student Name Bar Code Item Available for Purchase Price Qty Total Silver Gold Platinum ASB/YB 50shirt HCShirt Class Planner Coupon AB PTSA Shield 1 Package Silver 2 Package Gold 3 Package Platinum 4 ASB/Yearbook 5 50th anniversary shirt 6 Homecoming Shirt 7 Class shirt registration 8 Planner 9 Coupon Card Athletic Booster Membership PTSA Membership Shield Subscription TOTAL - cash or check accepted (Please write one check payable to "Westmont High School")

5 Superintendent Patrick K. Gaffney Board of Trustees: Matthew T. Dean Kalen Gallagher Linda Goytia Pamela J. Parker Royce L. Peterson Campbell Union High School District National Blue Ribbon School: Westmont High School California Distinguished Schools: Branham High School Del Mar High School Leigh High School Prospect High School Westmont High School California Model Continuation High School: Boynton High School CACE: Campbell Adult/Community Education June, 2014 Dear Parent or Guardian: Pursuant to California law, all students must pass the California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) in order to receive a high school diploma. This high school graduation requirement was authorized by Senate Bill 2 of the Statutes of The stated purpose of the CAHSEE is to help improve student achievement in high school and to make sure that graduates meet identified state content standards in reading, writing and mathematics. At the time of this writing, the law prohibits 9 th graders from taking the test, requires all 10 th grade students to take the test, one time only, during the spring semester, and stipulates that 11 th and 12 th graders shall have multiple opportunities to take the test during the school year. Testing dates for the CAHSEE are designated by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and are the same all over California. For the school year, the designated dates are; November 4 th & 5 th 2014, February 3 th & 4 th 2015, March 17 th & 18 th 2015, and May 12 th & 13 th CAHSEE testing for sophomores is once only during the spring semester, for juniors it is twice a year, and for seniors it is available three times a year. For all dates, the English Language Arts portion of the test is given on a Tuesday and the Mathematics portion on a Wednesday. The staffs at our schools are dedicated to making sure students receive the instruction they need to help them pass such tests. Students will be offered opportunities for assistance as they are needed. It is important that we work together to help all students succeed. Questions about the California High School Exit Examination may be directed to the vice-principal at your student s high school. Sincerely, Michael Posey Director, Student Services MP:lf 3235 UNION AVENUE, SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA PHONE: (408) FAX: (408) Boynton High School Branham High School Camden Community Day School Del Mar High School Leigh High School Prospect High School Westmont High School CACE M. Madalinski, Principal B. Thompson, Principal M. Madalinski, Principal J. Baldwin, Principal D. Hope, Principal J. Hanson, Principal M. Posey, Principal B. Harper, Director AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

6 Superintendent Patrick K. Gaffney Board of Trustees: Matthew T. Dean Kalen Gallagher Linda Goytia Pamela J. Parker Royce L. Peterson Campbell Union High School District National Blue Ribbon School: Westmont High School California Distinguished Schools: Branham High School Del Mar High School Leigh High School Prospect High School Westmont High School California Model Continuation High School: Boynton High School CACE: Campbell Adult/Community Education Junio, 2014 Estimado padre o tutor: De conformidad con ley de California, todos los estudiantes de California tienen que aprobar el Examen de Salida de la Escuela Preparatoria (CAHSEE) para recibir un diploma de graduación de la Escuela de Preparatoria. Este requisito fue autorizado por el Proyecto de Ley Senatorial 2 de los Estatutos de El propósito de esta prueba CAHSEE es ayudar a mejorar el rendimiento estudiantil y asegurarse de que los estudiantes que se gradúen, cumplan con los requisitos establecidos por el estado en las áreas académicas de lectura, escritura al igual que matemáticas. En el momento de escribir este artículo, la ley prohíbe que estudiantes en el 9º grado tomen la prueba, exige que todos los estudiantes del 10º grado tomen la prueba una sola vez, durante el semestre de primavera, y estipula que los estudiantes en el 11º y 12º grados tendrán múltiples oportunidades para tomar la prueba durante el año escolar. Las fechas para tomar los exámenes de CAHSEE son designados por el Superintendente Estatal de Instrucción Pública y son las mismas en todo el estado de California. Para el año escolar , las fechas designadas son; el 4 y 5 de noviembre de 2014, el 3 y 4 de febrero de 2015, el 17 y 18 de marzo 2015, y el 12 y 13 de mayo de La prueba de CAHSEE para los estudiantes en el 10º grado es dado una sola vez durante el semestre de primavera, para los estudiantes del 11º grado se da la prueba dos veces al año, y para los estudiantes del 12º grado la prueba está disponible tres veces al año. Para todas las fechas, la porción de Idioma Inglés de la prueba se da en un martes y la porción de matemáticas se da en un miércoles. El personal de nuestras escuelas están dedicados a asegurar que los estudiantes reciban las instrucciones que necesitan para ayudarles a pasar estas pruebas. A los estudiantes se les ofrecerá oportunidades para recibir ayuda según la necesiten. Es importante que trabajemos juntos para ayudar a todos los estudiantes a tener éxito. Preguntas sobre el Examen de Salida de la Escuela de Preparatoria de California pueden ser dirigidas al Subdirector de la escuela preparatoria de su estudiante. Atentamente, Michael Posey Director de Servicios Estudiantiles 3235 UNION AVENUE, SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA PHONE: (408) FAX: (408) Boynton High School Branham High School Camden Community Day School Del Mar High School Leigh High School Prospect High School Westmont High School CACE M. Madalinski, Principal B. Thompson, Principal M. Madalinski, Principal J. Baldwin, Principal D. Hope, Principal J. Hanson, Principal M. Posey, Principal B. Harper, Director AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

7 Grado Campbell Union High School District 2014/2015 Solicitud para recibir comidas gratis o precio reducido ******Uso de tinta negro o azul y escriba claramente en cajas****** (Llene una solicitud por hogar) SECCIÒN A. INFORMACION DE NINOS Todos los hogares deben llenar esta sección. Indique el ingreso personal ganado de todos los ninos y adultos, la cantidad y la frequencia recibida por colocando un círculo alrededor de los códigos de ingresos correctos: W=Por semana, E=Bisemanal (dos semanas), T=Quincenal, M=mensual, Y=anual. Identidades raciales y étnicas de niños es opcional 1. Circulé una identidad étnica: N=No Hispano/Latino o H=Hispano/Latino 2. Circulé uno o más identidades raciales: (independientemente de su origen étnico): A=Asiático, B=Negro o afroamericano, I=Indio o Nativos de Alaska, P=Nativo de Hawaiano o Isleño del Pacifico j k l Fecha de Nacimiento (opcionales) Niño de Crianza Marque 'x' Sin ingreso Marque "x" Ingreso del Trabajo Personal del Niño o/y Ingresos recibidos (trabajo) Circulé Frecuencia de Pago q W E T M Y q q q W E T M Y q W E T M Y q q W E T M Y m N OR H A W B I P q W E T M Y n N OR H A W B I P q W E T M Y j k l m Apelliod, Nombre Escuela (escriba 'nada' si no está en escuela) Si el niño que está solicitando es H(sin hogar),m (emigrante),or R(que ha abandonado), póngase en contacto con la escuela y SECCIÒN B. TODOS LOS DEMÁS MIEMBROS EN CASA: Marque tipo de beneficios: CalFresh, CalWORKS, Kin- GAP, FDPIR: Escriba el Numero de caso: Si Usted tiene numero caso de beneficios, por favor ir a la secion 'C' Un hijo de crianza que se encuentra bajo la responsabilidad legal de un cuidado de crianza o de la corte es elegible para recibir comidas gratis. Es elegibilidad no se extiende a los ninos de crianza temporal no en el hogar. Escriba la cantidad de ingresos antes de deducciones para TODOS LOS miembros adultos de la casa. Indique la frecuencia de ingresos que se reciben por ejemplo: W= semanal, B= bisemanal (dos semanas), T= Quincenal, M=Mes, y Y=annual. Si no hay ingresos, debe marcar la casilla "sin ingreso". NO DEJE LAS CASILLAS DE INGRESOS EN BLANCO. Codigos: W=Weekly (semana), E=Every 2 Weeks (dos semanas), T=Twice a Month (2 veces por mes), M=Monthly (por mez), Y=Yearly (por año). Si no hay ingresos, debe marcar la casilla "sin ingreso". NO DEJE LAS CASILLAS DE INGRESOS EN BLANCO. Nombre adulto (sin nombres de Seccion A) Marca X si no tiene Ingresos n SECCIÒN C. INFORMACION DE CONTACTO, CERTIFICACIONES, Y FIRMA: California Educación Código Sección (a): Usted puede sorneter una solicitud para las comidas gratis o a precios reducidos en cualquier momento durantge el día escolar. A los niños que participen en el Programa Nacional Alimentos Escolares, no se les distinguirá con el uso de fichas especiales, boletos especiales, filas especiales de servicio, entradas separadas, comedores separados o otra forma de discriminación. Entiendo que toda la información en esta solicitud es verdadera y correcta, y que todos los ingresos son declarados. Entiendo que esta información es para el recibo de fondos federales; que las autoridades escolares pueden verificar la información de esta solicitud; y que la falsificación delibrada de datos, me expone a ser enjuiciado/a conforme las leyes federales y estatales pertinentes. Firma de adulto quien lleno esta forma: q Free based on: c CalFRESH c Direct Certifed as: H M R c CalWORKS c KinGap c FDPIR c Household Income c Zero Income c Foster Child Only c Direct Certification Paga freque ncia HSLD Size: cirulo uno identidades etnica: Paga de Pensions, Retirement, Social Security, VA beneficios Fecha: q Denied based on: c Income Too High c Incomplete Racial and Ethnic Identities: (Optional) N OR H N OR H N OR H Circulo uno o mas A W B I P A W B I P A W B I P Fuente de Paid Hpaga freque Welfare Benefits, Child Support, Alimony Payments DO NOT Write Below This Line-For School Use Only: HSLD Annual Income: q Reduced based on: c Household Income Annual Income Conversion Factors: Weekly X 52, Every 2 Weeks X 26, Twice A Month X 24, Monthly X 12 The USDA and the CDE are equal opportunity providers and employers Fuente de ingresos Nombre impreso: Paga Freque ncia Cada otro ingresos incluyendo Temporario W E T M Y Fuente de ingresos Paga frequen cia Los últimos 4 digitos de su numbero de seguro No tengo numero de SSN Tiyp de Beneficios: CalFresh, CalWORKS, Kin-GAP, FDPIR Federal Information Statement on letter to households Domicilio, Apt #, etc. Ciudad Estado Codigo postal Teléfono de Hogar Teléfono de celular Correo Electrónico Application Approved: W E T M Y Determining Official's Signature & Date Confirming Official's Signature & Date Verification Official's Signature & Date Generated by the CA Dept. of Education mealapplicationjun2012 numero del

8 GRADE Campbell Union High School District Application For Free and Reduced-Price Meals ******USE BLACK OR BLUE INK AND PRINT NEATLY WITHIN BOXES****** (Complete ONE Application per Household) SECTION A. CHILDREN INFORMATION All Households Complete This Section. Enter all children's personal (earned) gross income, by amount, and how often received by placing a circle around the correct Income Codes: W=Weekly, E=Every 2 Weeks, T=Twice a Month, M=Monthly, Y=Yearly. Racial and Ethnic Identities (optional) 1. Circle one Ethnic Identity: N=Not Hispanic/Latino or H=Hispanic/Latino 2. Circle one or more racial identities: (Regardless of ethnicity) A=Asian, W=White, B=Black or African American, I=American Native or Alsaka Native, P=Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander j k l m n Date of Birth (Optional) MARK "X" If Foster Child Mark "X" if No Income Child's Personal Earned Income Source of Income (Work)? q q q q q q q q q Paid How Often? (Circle) ENTER Benefit Case Number SECTION B. ALL OTHER HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS: Enter Gross Income Under Each Income Type each Household Member Receives and "How Often" the Income is Received by using the following Income Codes: W=Weekly, E=Every 2 Weeks, T=Twice a Month, M=Monthly, Y=Yearly. If No Income, You MUST Mark the "No Income box." DO NOT Leave Blank. j k l m LAST NAME, FIRST NAME SCHOOL (Write "NONE" if not in school) If the child you are applying for is Homeless, Migrant, or Runaway, contact the school and CIRCLE appropriate letter: H M R Adult's Full Name (Do not repeat names from Section A) MARK "X" If No Income Gross Earnings from Work Before Deductions, Include All jobs Households submitting an application with a Benefit Case Number for CalFresh/CalWORKs for EACH child or an Adult household member, please skip to Section Paid How Often? Indicate Pay from Pensions, Retirement, Social Security, VA benefits Welfare Benefits, Child Support, Alimony Payments Any Other Income, Including Temporary Income ENTER Benefit Type: CalFresh, CalWORKs, Kin-GAP, FDPIR n SECTION C. CONTACT INFORMATION, CERTIFICATIONS, AND SIGNATURE: Education Code 49557(a): Applications for Free and reduced-price meals may be submitted at any time during a school day. Children participating in the National School Lunch Program will not be overtly identified by the use of special tokens, special tickets, special serving lines, separate entrances, separate dining areas, or by any other means. I certify (promise) that all of the above information is true and correct and that all income is reported. I understand that this information is given in given in connection with the receipt of federal funds that school officials may verify the information on the application at any time, and that deliberate misrepresentation of the information may subject me to prosecution under applicable State and federal laws. Printed name of adult household member completing this form Racial and Ethnic Identities: (Optional) Circle One Ethnic Identity N OR H N OR H N OR H N OR H Circle one or more A W B I P A W B I P A W B I P A W B I P Income Source? Paid How Often? X N OR H Signature of adult household member completing this form W E T M Y W E T M Y W E T M Y A W B I P W E T M Y Date Income Source? W E T M Y A Foster Child that is under the legal responsibility of a foster care agency or court, is eligible for free meals. This eligiblity is not extended to non-foster children in the household. Paid How Often? Income Source? Last 4 digits of Social Security Number (SSN) Paid How Often? I do not have a SSN Enter Benefit Type: CalFresh, CalWORKS, Kin-GAP, FDPIR Enter Benefit Federal Information Statement on letter to households Street Address, Apt #, etc. City State Zip Home Phone Number Cell Phone Number Address DO NOT Write Below This Line-For School Use Only: Application Approved: HSLD Size: q Free based on: c CalFRESH c Direct Certifed as: H M R c CalWORKS c KinGap c FDPIR c Household Income c Zero Income c Foster Child Only c Direct Certification q Denied based on: c Income Too High c Incomplete HSLD Annual Income: q Reduced based on: c Household Income Annual Income Conversion Factors: Weekly X 52, Every 2 Weeks X 26, Twice A Month X 24, Monthly X 12 The USDA and the CDE are equal opportunity providers and employers Determining Official's Signature & Date Confirming Official's Signature & Date Verification Official's Signature & Date Generated by the CA Dept. of Education mealapplicationjun2012

9 Name Last First ID# Class of: Campbell Union High School District Acceptable Use Policy For Internet / and Computer Use Use of the Internet, and computer services provides great educational benefits to students. Unfortunately, some material accessible via the Internet may contain items that are illegal, defamatory, or potentially offensive to some people. Access to the Internet, and other computer activities is given as a privilege to students who agree to act in a considerate and responsible manner. We require that students read, accept, and sign the following rules for acceptable on-line behavior. 1. Students are responsible for good behavior on the Internet just as they are in a school building. General school rules for behavior and communications apply. 2. Network administrators may review files and communications to maintain system integrity and ensure that users are using the system responsibly. Users should not expect that files will be private. 3. The following are not permitted: Sending or displaying offensive messages or pictures Using obscene language Harassing, insulting, or attacking others Damaging computers, computer systems, or computer networks Violating copyright laws Using another s password Trespassing in another s folders, work, or files Intentionally wasting limited resources, including the use of chain letters and messages broadcasted to mailing lists or individuals Employing the network for commercial purposes Revealing the personal address or phone number of yourself or any other person without permission from your teacher Downloading files or games without permission from your teacher 4. Violations may result in a loss of access as well as other disciplinary or legal action. (OVER)

10 Software Code of Ethics Students All employees and students of the Campbell Union High School District shall use software only in accordance with its license agreement. Unless otherwise noted in the license, any duplication of copyrighted software except for backup and archival purposes is a violation of federal law and Campbell Union High School District policy. This signed Code of Ethics will be filed with the student s records at each school. 1. I will use software according to the provisions of the license agreements. 2. I will not make unauthorized copies of software under any circumstances. 3. I recognize that the Campbell Union High School District will not tolerate, nor allow, the use of any illegal software copies on its computers. 4. I understand that anyone found copying software other than for backup or archival purposes is subject to disciplinary actions, up to and including dismissal or expulsion. 5. I understand that anyone found making illegal software copies may be subject to civil and criminal penalties up to 250,000 per work copied and/or expulsion from Campbell Union High School District. 6. I will report any suspected misuse of software to the District s Technology Services Department. I have read and reviewed the Campbell Union High School District Acceptable Use Policy and Software Code of Ethics for Students and fully intend to comply with its content. Should I violate those rules, I understand my privilege to use the school district account may be revoked at any time. This agreement shall be in effect between the student and the Campbell Union High School District for four years or until we are notified in writing that it is to be terminated. Student Signature: Date: As the parent/guardian of I have read this agreement and understand that the Internet account, or other computer services are designed for educational purposes only. I also understand that it is impossible for the school to restrict access to controversial materials. Therefore; I will not hold the teacher, the school, or the Campbell Union High School District responsible for or legally liable for materials distributed to or acquired from the network, I also agree to report any misuse of the information system to the system administrator or teacher. I have read and reviewed the Campbell Union High School Acceptable Use Policy. I realize and accept that should my student violate this agreement, that his/her privileges to use a district account may be restricted or terminated. Parent/Guardian Signature: Date: Don t forget to also sign the Registration Card.

11 Nombre Apellido Primero ID# Clase de: El Distrito de Escuela Unidas de Campbell Política de uso aceptable De Internet / correo electrónico y uso de la computadora El uso de Internet, correo electrónico y servicios informáticos ofrece grandes beneficios educativos para los estudiantes. Desgraciadamente, algunas materiales accesible a través de la Internet pueden contener material que es ilegal, difamatorio, o potencialmente ofensivo para algunas personas. El acceso a Internet, correo electrónico y otras actividades informáticas se da como un privilegio para los estudiantes que están de acuerdo para actuar de una manera considerada y responsable. Se requiere que los estudiantes lean, aceptan y firman las siguientes normas para el comportamiento en línea aceptable. 1. Los estudiantes son responsables por el buen comportamiento en el Internet tal y como son en la escuela. Normas generales de la escuela para el comportamiento y comunicación se aplican. 2. Los administradores de red pueden revisar archivos y comunicaciones para mantener la integridad del sistema y garantizar que los usuarios están usando el sistema responsablemente. Los usuarios no deben esperar que los archivos sean privados. 3. Los siguientes no están permitidos: Enviar o mostrar mensajes o imagines ofensivas Uso de lenguaje obsceno Acosar, insultar o atacar a los demás Dañar las computadoras, sistemas informáticos o redes de computadores Violar las leyes de derechos de autor El uso de otra contraseña Prohibido el paso a otras carpetas, trabajo, o archivos Desperdiciar intencionalmente los recursos limitados, incluyendo el uso de cartas en cadena y los mensajes transmitidos a listas de correo o individuos Empleando la red para propósitos comerciales Revelar la dirección personal o número de teléfono de usted mismo o cualquier otra persona sin el permiso del profesor La descarga de archivos o juegos sin el permiso del profesor 4. Violaciones pueden resultar en una pérdida de acceso, así como otras medidas disciplinarias o legales (OTRO LADO)

12 Software de Código de Ética Para los Estudiantes Todos los empleados y estudiantes del Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell deberán utilizar el software sólo en conformidad con su acuerdo de licencia. A memos que se indique lo contrario en la licencia, la duplicación de software con derechos de autor excepto con fines de almacenamiento y seguridad es una violación de ley federal y la política del Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell. Este Código de Ética firmado será archivado con el expediente del estudiante en cada escuela. 1. Voy a utilizar el software de acuerdo a las disposiciones de los acuerdos de licencia. 2. No voy a hacer copias no autorizadas de software bajo ninguna circunstancia. 3. Reconozco que el Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell no va a tolerar, ni permitir el uso de las copias de software ilegal en sus ordenadores. 4. Entiendo que si alguien encuentra la copia de software que no sea con fines de copia de seguridad o de archive está sujeto a acciones disciplinarias, hasta e incluyendo el despido o la expulsión. 5. Entiendo que si alguien encuentra la realización de copias ilegales de software puede estar sujeto a sanciones civiles o penales de hasta 250,000 por obra copiada y/o la expulsión del Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell. 6. Voy a informar cualquier sospecha del mal uso del software al Distrito del Departamento de Tecnología de Servicios. He leído y revisado la Política de Uso Aceptable y Código de Ética de software del Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell para los estudiantes y tengo toda la intención de cumplir con su contenido. Si no cumplo con las normas, entiendo que mi privilegio de usar la cuenta del Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell puede ser revocado en cualquier momento. Este acuerdo estará en vigor entre el estudiante y el Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell de alta durante cuatro años o hasta que se nos notifique por escrito que se va a terminar. Firma del Estudiante: Fecha: Como padre / tutor de He leído este acuerdo y entiende que las cuentas de Internet, correo electrónico u otros servicios informativos. También entiendo que es imposible que la escuela para restringir el acceso a materiales controversiales. Por lo tanto, no voy a exigir al maestro, la escuela, o el Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell responsable o legalmente responsable de los materiales distribuidos o de la adquisición de la red, también estoy de acuerdo en reportar cualquier mal uso del sistema de información al administrador del sistema o al maestro/a. He leído y revisado la Política de Uso Aceptable y Código de Ética de software del Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell. Me doy cuenta y acepto que si mi hijo/a llega a violar este acuerdo, que sus privilegios para utilizar una cuenta del distrito puede ser restringida o cancelada. Firma del padre / tutor: Fecha: No olvides firmar la tarjeta de inscripción.

13 CAMPBELL UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE TO PARENTS, GUARDIANS, AND STUDENTS Federal, state and local privacy laws specify the restrictions for the release of student information. These laws recognize the appropriateness of releasing certain very limited information. Such information is called "Directory Information" and is defined by the California State Education Code as: "student's name, address, listed telephone number, date and place of birth, major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of athletic team members; dates of attendance; degrees and awards received; most recent previous public or private school attended by student." Directory information about a student as specified in this definition may legally be released by the school to PTSA and other school related organizations, representatives of the news media, employers, prospective employers, private schools or colleges and, unless parents object, the military; however, it may not be released to any other parties without parent or guardian consent. A box on the Registration Card may be checked to preclude information being provided to the military. If parents or guardians desire that no information, including Directory information be released, they need to submit this request in writing to the school principal or designee. Further information on this matter may be obtained from the school counselor RELEASE OF STUDENT INFORMATION: The District does not release information or records concerning a child to non-educational organizations or individuals without parent consent except by court order, receipt of a lawfully issued subpoena, or when otherwise allowed by law. The following categories of directory information may be made available to various persons, agencies or institutions unless the parent or guardian notifies the District in writing not to release such information. Name, address, telephone, date and place of birth, major field of study, class schedule, class roster, photographs, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, dates of attendance, diplomas and awards received, and most recent previous educational institution attended. (E.C et seq., and 49073) INSPECTION OF STUDENT RECORDS: State law requires that the District notify parents of the following rights which pertain to student records. (E.C , and 49069) 1. A parent or guardian has the right to inspect and review student records relating directly to his or her child during school hours or obtain a copy of such records within five (5) business days of his/her request. 2. Any parent who wishes to review the types of student records and information contained therein may do so by contacting the principal at his/her child s school. The principal of each school is ultimately responsible for maintenance of student records. 3. A parent with legal custody has a right to challenge information contained in his/her child s records. Any determination to expunge a student s record is made after a review of said record(s) by site administrators and certificated staff. Following an inspection and review of student records, the parent may challenge the content of the student s record. The right to challenge becomes the sole right of the student when the student becomes eighteen (18) years of age. The parent may file a written request with the Superintendent of the District to remove any information recorded in the written records concerning the child which is alleged to be: Inaccurate An unsubstantiated personal conclusion or inference. A conclusion or inference outside of the observer s area of competence Not based on the personal observation of a named person with the time and place of the observation. Misleading. In violation of the privacy or other rights of the pupil. Within thirty (30) days, the Superintendent shall meet with the parent/guardian and the certificated employee who recorded the information, if any, and if the person is still employed with the District, any sustain or deny the allegations. If the allegations are sustained, the Superintendent shall order the correction, removal or destruction of the information. If the Superintendent denies the allegations, the parent may appeal the decision to the Governing Board within thirty (30) days. The Board shall determine whether or not to sustain or deny the allegations. If the Board sustains the allegations, it shall order the Superintendent to immediately correct, remove or destroy the information from the written records of the student. (E.C ) INSPECTION OF STUDENT RECORDS (cont.): If the final decision of the Board is unfavorable to the parents, or if the parent accepts an unfavorable decision by the District Superintendent, the parent shall have the right to submit a written statement of objections to the information. This statement shall become a

14 part of the student s school record until such time as the information objected to is removed. Both the Superintendent and the Board have the option of appointing a hearing panel in accordance with Education Code sections to assist in the decision making. The decision as to whether a hearing paned is to be used shall be made at the discretion of the Superintendent or the Board and not of the challenging party. NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT OF 2001: Under the NCLB, parents have the following rights: Information Regarding Professional Qualifications of Teachers, Paraprofessionals, and Aides: Upon request, parents have a right to information regarding the professional qualifications of their student s classroom teachers, paraprofessionals, and aides. This includes whether the teacher meets the state qualifications and licensing criteria for the grades and subjects s/he teaches, whether the teacher is teaching under an emergency permit or other provisional status because of special circumstances, the teacher s college major, whether s/he has any advanced degrees and the subject(s) of those degrees, and whether any instructional aides or paraprofessionals provide services to the parent s child and, if so, their qualifications. Districts shall also notify parents if their child had been assigned to or has been taught for 4 or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who is not highly qualified. Limited English Proficient Students: The Act requires prior notice be given to parents of limited English proficient students regarding limited English proficiency programs, including the reasons for the identification of the student as limited English proficient, the need of placement in a language instruction educational program, the student s level of English proficiency, how such level was assessed, the status of the student s academic achievement, the methods of instruction used in the programs available, how the recommended program will meet the student s needs, program performance, parent options to remove a student from a program and/or to decline initial enrollment, and expected rate of transition into classrooms not tailored for limited English proficient students. NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION: It is the policy of the Campbell Union High School District to provide equal opportunity for all individuals in education and in employment. District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group, age, marital or parental status, non-job related handicap, or any other unlawful consideration. (Board Policy and 4030 through 4032) EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/TITLE IX: Equal opportunities for both sexes in all educational programs and activities run by the District is a commitment made by the District to all students. (Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972) Inquires on all matters, including complaints, regarding the implementation of Title IX in the District shall be referred to Dr. Heidi Reyes, Director of Student Services at (408) ext SEXUAL HARASSMENT: It is the policy of Campbell Union High School District to provide all individuals (employees, students, etc.) with a work and academic environment free from all forms of discrimination, including sexual harassment. Sexual harassment includes, but is not limited to: 1. Making unsolicited and unwelcome written, verbal, physical and/or visual contact with sexual overtones. (Written examples: suggestive or obscene letters, notes, invitations. Verbal examples: derogatory comments, slurs, jokes, epithets. Physical examples: leering gestures, display of sexually suggestive objects or pictures, cartoons, posters, or magazines.) 2. Continuing to express sexual interest after being informed that the interest is unwelcome. (Reciprocal attraction is not considered sexual harassment). 3. Offering favors or employment or academic benefits such as promotions, favorable grades or performance evaluations, favorable assigned duties or shifts, recommendations, reclassifications, etc., in exchange for sexual favors. 4. Making reprisals, threats of reprisal, or implied threats of reprisal following a negative response. For example, either implying or actually withholding support for an appointment, promotion, or change of assignment, or suggesting that a poor performance report will be given. 5. Engaging in implicit or explicit, coercive sexual behavior which is used to control, influence or affect the career, salary, and/or work environment of another employee. SEXUAL HARASSMENT (cont.):

15 This policy applies to all phases of the employment and academic relationships, including evaluating, recruiting, testing, hiring, upgrading, promotion/demotion, transfer, layoffs, termination, rates of pay, benefits and selection for training. It is the stated policy of Campbell Union High School District to prevent and prohibit misconduct on the job, including sexual harassment by co-workers, subordinate employees, vendors, or supervisors. Any employee and/or student found to have acted in violation of the foregoing policies shall be subject to appropriate disciplinary action, including warnings, reprimand, suspension, demotion, and/or termination. SPECIAL EDUCATION: Under federal and state laws, free appropriate special education, both public and private, is available to pupils with exceptional needs. Information of these programs may be obtained from the school counselor, district psychologists or the Director of Special Programs and Pupil Personnel Services. 504 PLANS: Under federal and state law, 504 accommodations are available to pupils with identified needs. Information is available from the school vice principal or guidance advisors at the school site. COMPLAINT PROCESS: Any employee or student who believes that he/she has been subjected to sexual harassment, discriminatory practices, bullying, intimidation, or inappropriate procedures with respect to special education or other educational programs should follow the grievance process set forth in Board Policy 1312 through which is available in the principal's office at each school site and at the District Office located at 3235 Union Avenue, San Jose, CA. Questions or concerns may be directed to: Asst. Supt., Human Resources Development Asst. Supt., Curriculum and Instruction Employment Issues and Sexual Harassment Student Issues (408) ext (408) ext STUDENT USE OF TECHNOLOGY: Student use of district computers to access social networking sites is prohibited. To the extent possible, such sites will be blocked on district computers with Internet access. The Campbell Union High School District sponsors a number of publications for the benefit of its students, and among these are school newspapers, web versions of school newspapers, district and school websites, and communication systems for students, parents and teachers. The Board of Trustees realizes that there has been a proliferation of social networking websites of various sorts and that anyone, at any time, can gain access to such sites and post whatever messages or images they like. The Board of Trustees further acknowledges that school staff cannot control what students or other individuals place on such websites, unless any such postings cause a substantial school disruption. Therefore, it shall be the policy of the Board that parents receive annual notification that the district and its schools do not monitor, endorse or authorize the use of any social networking site for use by students or student organizations, and that student use of the internet that causes a disruption or is likely to cause a disruption, even if that use does not occur at school, or during school hours, or on a school day, will be subject to disciplinary action, including suspension or expulsion. Parents should be encouraged in these notifications to closely monitor and supervise their student s use of the internet for their own safety and wellbeing. Before using the district s technological resources, each student and his/her parent/guardian shall sign and return an Acceptable Use Agreement specifying user obligations and responsibilities. In that agreement, the student and his/her parent/guardian shall agree to not hold the district or any district staff responsible for the failure of any technology protection measures, violations of copyright restrictions, or users mistakes or negligence. They shall also agree to indemnify and hold harmless the district and district personnel for any damages or costs incurred. Revised 6/2013

16 DISTRITO DE ESCUELAS UNIDAS DE CAMPBELL AVISO A LOS PADRES, TUTORES Y ESTUDIANTES Leyes federales, estatales y locales de privacidad especifica las restricciones de hacer pública la información de los estudiantes. Estas leyes reconocen la conveniencia de hacer pública cierta información muy limitada. Esta información se llama información directorio y se define por el Código de Educación del Estado de California como: el nombre del estudiante, dirección, número que aparece en el libro telefónico, fecha y lugar de nacimiento, campo principal de estudio, participación en actividades y deportes oficialmente reconocidos, peso y altura de los miembros del equipo de atletismo, fechas de asistencia, grados y premios recibidos; más reciente de la escuela privada o pública a la participación de los estudiantes. La información del directorio acerca de un estudiante como se especifica en esta definición legal puede ser legalmente entregado por la escuela a la PTSA y otras organizaciones relacionadas con la escuela, los representantes de los medios de comunicación, los empleadores y posibles empleadores, escuelas privadas o universidades y, a menos que los padres se oponen, los militares, sin embargo, no puede ser divulgada a otras partes, sin consentimiento del padre o tutor. Un cuadro de la tarjeta de registro podrá verificarse para evitar que se facilite información a los militares. Si los padres o tutores desean que ninguna información, incluyendo información del directorio sea entregado, tienen que presentar la solicitud por escrito al director de la escuela o su designado. Más información sobre este asunto puede ser obtenido por la consejera de la escuela ENTREGA DE INFORMACIÓN DEL ESTUDIANTE: El Distrito no entrega información o documentos sobre un niño a organizaciones no educativos o individuos sin el consentimiento del padre, salvo por orden judicial, el recibo de una citación expedida legalmente, o cuando sea permitido por la ley. Las siguientes categorías de información del directorio pueden ser puestas a disposición a diferentes personas, organismos o instituciones a menos que el padre o tutor notifique por escrito al Distrito de no divulgar dicha información. Nombre, dirección, teléfono, fecha y lugar de nacimiento, campo principal de estudio, horario de clases, lista de la clase, las fotografías, la participación en actividades y deportes oficialmente reconocidos, peso y estatura de los miembros de equipos atléticos, fechas de asistencial, diplomas y premios recibidos, y la más reciente institución educativa que asistió. (E.C et seq., and 49073) LA INSPECCIÓN DE LOS EXPEDIENTES ESTUDIANTILES: Le ley estatal requiere que el Distrito notifica a los padres de los siguientes derechos que pertenecen a los expedientes estudiantiles.. (E.C , and 49069) 1. Un padre o tutor tiene derecho a inspeccionar y revisar los expedientes de los estudiantes relacionados directamente con su hijo o hija durante el horario escolar u obtener una copia de los registros de ese tipo dentro de los cinco días hábiles (5) de su o su petición. 2. Cualquier padre que desee revisar los tipos de registros de los estudiantes y la información contenida en él puede hacerlo poniéndose en contacto con el director de la/de la escuela de su hijo. El director de cada escuela es responsable en última instancia para el mantenimiento de los registros de los estudiantes. 3. Un padre con la custodia legal tiene derecho a cuestionar la información contenida en los registros de su hijo. Cualquier determinación de borrar el registro del estudiante se hace después de una revisión del registro de dicho(s) por los administradores del sitio y el personal certificado. Después de una inspección y revisión de los expedientes de los estudiantes, los padres pueden cuestionar el contenido del expediente del estudiante. El derecho a cuestionar se convierte en derecho único del estudiante cuando el estudiante cumpla dieciocho (18) años de edad. El padre puede presentar una solicitud por escrito con el Superintendente del Distrito para eliminar cualquier información registrada en los registros escritos relacionados con el niño que se supone que es: Incorrecto Una conclusión no substancial o deducción personal Una conclusión o inferencia fuera del área de competencia del observador. No se basa en la observación personal de una persona determinada con la hora y el lugar de la observación Inducir en error En violación de la privacidad u otros derechos del alumno Dentro de los treinta (30) días, el Superintendente se reunirá con el padre/guardián y el empleado certificado quien anoto la información, si procede, y si la persona sigue trabajando con el Distrito, cualquier sostener o negar las alegaciones. Si las alegaciones se mantienen, el Superintendente ordenara la corrección, eliminación o destrucción de la información. Si el Superintendente niega las acusaciones, los padres pueden apelar la decisión ante el consejo directivo dentro de los treinta (30) días.

17 LA INSPECCIÓN DE REGISTROS DE LOS ESTUDIANTES (cont.): El consejero directivo determinara si procede o no a sostener o negar las alegaciones. Si el consejo directivo sostiene las acusaciones, ordenara al Superintendente a corregir de inmediato, eliminar o destruir la información de los registros escritos de los estudiantes. (E.C ) Si la decisión final del Consejo no desfavorable a los padres, o si el padre acepta una decisión desfavorable por el Superintendente del Distrito, el padre tendrá derecho a presentar una declaración por escrito de objeciones de la información. Esta declaración formara parte del expediente escolar del alumno hasta el momento en que la información objetada se retira. Tanto el Superintendente y el consejo directivo tienen la opción de nombrar una audiencia en conformidad con el Código de Educación secciones para ayudar en la toma de decisiones. La decisión para ver si una audiencia se va a utilizar se hará en la discreción del Superintendente o el consejo directivo y no del partido que cuestiona. LEY DE NINGÚN NIÑO SE QUEDERÁ ATRÁS DEL 2001: Bajo la ley NCLB, los padres tienen los siguientes derechos: Información Sobre las Cualificaciones Profesionales de los Maestros, Auxiliares y Ayudantes: A pedido, los padres tienen derecho a la información sobre las calificaciones profesionales de los maestros de sus estudiantes, auxiliares y ayudantes. Esto incluye si el maestro cumple con los requisitos estatales y los criterios de concesión de licencias para los grados y materias que él/ella enseña, si el maestro esta enseñando bajo un permiso de emergencia o cualquier otra condición provisional debido a circunstancias especiales, la especialización de la universidad del profesor, si él/ella tiene algún título de posgrado y el sujeto(s) de los grados, y si alguno de los ayudantes de maestros o para profesionales ofrecen servicios a niños de los padres y, si es así, sus calificaciones. Los distritos también notificaran a los padres si su hijo había sido asignado o ha sido enseñado por 4 o más semanas consecutivas por un maestro que no está altamente calificado. Estudiantes con Dominio Limitado en Inglés: La Ley exige que antes se notifique a los padres de los estudiantes con ingles limitado con respecto a programas limitados de dominio del inglés, incluyendo las razones para la identificación del estudiante como limitado dominio del Inglés, la necesidad de la colocación en un programa de enseñanza del idioma, el nivel del estudiante de Ingles competencia, como ese nivel se evaluó el estado del logro académico del estudiante, los métodos de enseñanza utilizados en los programas disponibles, como el programa recomendado, podría satisfacer las necesidades del estudiante, el rendimiento del programa, las opciones de los padres para retirar a un estudiante de un programa y/o rechazar la inscripción inicial, y la tasa esperada de transición en las aulas, no adaptados a los estudiantes con ingles limitado. AVISO DE NO DISCRIMINACIÓN: Es la política del Distrito Escolar Unido de Campbell de alta para proporcionar igualdad de oportunidades para todos los individuos en la educación y en el empleo. Programas y actividades del Distrito estarán libres de discriminación basada en sexo, orientación sexual, raza, color, religión, origen nacional, grupo étnico, edad, estado civil o de los padres, no de trabajo relacionados con discapacidad, o de cualquier otra consideración ilegal. (Política de la Junta y 4030 a través de 4032) IGUALDAD DE OPORTUNIDAD/TITULO IX: Igualdad de oportunidades para ambos sexos en todos los programas educativos y actividades dirigidas por el Distrito es un compromiso asumido por el distrito para todos los estudiantes. (Título IX de las Enmiendas de Educación de 1972) Consultas sobre todas las cuestiones, incluidas las quejas, con respecto a la aplicación del Título IX del Distrito será remitida a la Dra. Heidi reyes, Director de Servicios Estudiantiles al (408) ext EL ACOSO SEXUAL: Es la política del Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell a proporcionar a todas las personas (empleados, estudiantes, etc.) con un trabajo y ambiente académico libre de todas las formas de discriminación, incluido el acoso sexual. El acoso sexual incluye, pero no se limitan a: 1. Haciendo no solicitada y no deseada por escrito, verbal, físico y/o visual contacto con insinuaciones sexuales. (ejemplos: cartas escritas sugestivas u obscenas, notas, invitaciones. Ejemplos verbales: comentarios despectivos, difamaciones, chistes, epítetos. Ejemplos físicos: gestos miradas lascivas, mostrar objetos sexualmente sugestivos o dibujos, caricaturas, carteles y revistas.) 2. Continuando expresando interés sexual después de haber sido informado de que el interés no es bienvenido. (Atracción reciproca no se considera acoso sexual.) 3. Ofreciendo favores o empleo o beneficios académicos, tales como promociones, calificaciones favorables o evaluaciones de desempeño, asignar obligaciones o turnos favorables, recomendaciones, reclasificaciones, etc., a cambio de favores sexuales. 4. Haciendo represalias, amenazas de represalias o amenazas implícitas de represalias a raíz de una respuesta negativa. Por ejemplo: o insinuando o en efecto retener el apoyo para una cita, promoción, o cambio de destino, o que sugiere que un informe de mal rendimiento se le dará.

18 EL ACOSO SEXUAL (cont.): 5. Participando en conducta implícita o explícita, conducta sexual coercitiva que se utiliza para controlar, influir o afectar a la carrera, el salario, y el medio ambiento del trabajo de otro empleado. Esta política se aplica a todas las fases del trabajo y las relaciones académicas, incluyendo la evaluación, selección, pruebas, contratación, ascensos, promociones/descensos de categoría, traslados, despidos, despido, salaries, beneficios y la selección para la formación. Es la política declarada del Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell Distrito para prevenir y prohibir la mala conducta en el trabajo, incluido el acoso sexual por parte de los compañeros de trabajo, los empleados subalternos, vendedores o supervisores. Cualquier empleado y/o estudiantes que hayan actuado en violación de las políticas anteriores serán objeto de medidas disciplinarias apropiadas, incluyendo advertencias, amonestación, suspensión, descenso y/o terminación. EDUCACIÓN ESPECIAL: Bajo las leyes federales y estatales, educación especial adecuada gratis, tanto públicos como privados, está a disposición a los alumnos con necesidades excepcionales. La información de estos programas se puede obtener de la consejera de la escuela, los psicólogos del distrito o el Director de programas Especiales y Servicios de Personal del Alumnos. LOS PLANES DE 504: Bajo la ley federal y estatal, los alojamientos del plan 504 están disponibles para los alumnos con necesidades identificadas. La información está disponible con la subdirectora de la escuela o asesores de orientación en la escuela. EL PROCESO DE QUEJAS: Cualquier empleado o estudiante que cree que él/ella ha sido objeto de acoso sexual, las prácticas discriminatorias, bullying, intimidación, o procedimientos inadecuados con respecta a la educación especial o de otros programas educativos deben seguir el proceso de queja establecido en la Política del Consejo 1312 a través del los cuales están disponible en la oficina del director en cada escuela y en la Oficina del Distrito ubicada en 3235 de la Avenida Unión, San José, CA. Las preguntas o dudas pueden ser dirigidas a: Asistente Supt. Desarrollo de Recursos Humanos Asistente Supt. Currículo e Instrucción Asuntos de Empleo y el Acoso Sexual Asuntos Estudiantiles (408) es (408) es EL USO DE TECNOLOGÍA: Uso de las computadoras del distrito de los estudiantes para acceder a sitios de redes sociales está prohibido. En la medida de lo posible, estos sitios serán bloqueados en las computadoras del distrito con acceso a Internet. El Distrito de Escuelas Unidas de Campbell patrocina una serie de publicaciones para el beneficio de sus estudiantes, y entre estos están los periódicos escolares, las versiones web de periódicos escolares, el distrito y sitios web de la escuela, y los sistemas de comunicación entre alumnos, padres y profesores. El Consejo Directivo se da cuenta de que ha habido una proliferación de sitios web de redes sociales de diversos tipos y cualquier persona en cualquier momento, puede acceder a dichos sitios y publicar cualquier mensaje o imágenes que les gusta. Además El Consejo Directivo reconoce que el personal de la escuela no puede controlar lo que los estudiantes u otras personas pongan en dichos sitios web, a menos que cualquier publicación causa una alteración sustancial de la escuela. Por lo tanto, será la política del Consejo Directivo que los padres reciban notificación anual que el distrito y sus escuelas no controlan, aprueba o autoriza el uso de cualquier sitio de redes sociales para el uso de estudiantes u organizaciones estudiantiles, y que el uso de la Internet de los estudiantes que causa una interrupción o es probable que cause una interrupción, incluso si dicho uso no se produce en la escuela, o durante el horario escolar, o un día escolar, será sujeto a acción disciplinaria, incluyendo la suspensión o expulsión. Los padres deben ser alentados en estas notificaciones a seguir de cerca y supervisar el uso de la Internet de sus hijos para su propia seguridad y bien estar. Antes de utilizar los recursos tecnológicos del distrito, cada uno de los estudiantes y su padre/madre/tutor firmarán y devolverán un Acuerdo de Uso Aceptable especificando las obligaciones y responsabilidades del usuario. En ese acuerdo, el estudiante y su padre/madre/tutor se comprometerán a no culpar el distrito o cualquier miembro del personal del distrito de ser responsable del fracaso de cualquier tecnología de medidas de protección, violaciones de las restricciones de copyright, o errores de los usuarios o negligencia. También se comprometerán a indemnizar y mantener indemne el distrito y al personal del distrito de los daños o los costos incurridos. Revisado 6/2013

19 WESTMONT HIGH SCHOOL A California Distinguished School A National Blue Ribbon School 4805 Westmont Avenue Campbell, CA Abra Evanoff, Principal Telephone (408) Ann Mekis, Vice Principal Fax (408) July 1, 2014 Welcome back everyone! I hope the summer was restful and rejuvenating; your students have a lot to look forward to this year and need the energy to accomplish great things! It s time to get back to school! There are many new faces on our campus this fall and we are lucky to have such talented educators joining our Warrior family. Bio s will be available on our website and in the fall newsletter; make sure to say hello and welcome our new staff. As I met with new teachers this year, time and again I stressed what a wonderful community we have and time and again they agreed and joined our family. It s an honor to serve this community, and I know as we celebrate our fiftieth birthday as a school our new and returning staff is looking forward to a rigorous, academically challenging and student supported school year. In terms of change, you may notice we are in a construction phase. One wing is being modernized and some classrooms have been moved. Pardon our dust and hang in there with us this is such a gorgeous campus and the construction will leave behind state of the art classrooms. We are lucky to have this opportunity to improve our home! Lastly, but not least, I again encourage our families to become involved. This year brings many opportunities for involvement, beyond the usual need for support with our Athletic Boosters, PTSA, ELAC, College and Career Center we are in the midst of a self-study process in anticipation of our Spring 2015 WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) accreditation review. I will continue to push for collaboration not only with our own staff but with our community; great schools come from great support and we know that we have it with each other and with all of you. Don t forget our Back to School Night is September 9 th at 6:30. I look forward to seeing you all there! Warmest regards, Abra Evanoff Principal

20 Westmont High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) Membership Form JOIN TODAY! Be a voting member and have your voice heard! Your PTSA membership dues help support: Student Activities such as: Student Events, Senior Awards Night, Senior Scholarships, Hospitality, & Student Paper - The Shield Teacher Mini Grants for: Teacher Supplies, District Music Festival, CSF, Technology, Drama Supplies, Field Trips, Sound Equipment, & much more. Parent and Student Education PTSA Daily Bulletin, Student Events, College/Career Center Programs, & Parent Education Nights School Events such as: Teacher/Staff Appreciation Days, School Beautification Day, District Art Show, & Community Events I already signed up with the Gold or Platinum Package* *Please complete contact information below OR Yes! Sign me up to be a Westmont PTSA Member! The fee for one vote is for the year! 35 per adult member X 35 = 10 per student member X 10 = TOTAL DUE PTSA Membership Contact Information: Parent Name: Address: Phone: address: Student Name: Student Name: Student Name: Grade: Grade: Grade: We would also like to make a donation of to Westmont s PTSA. Please make checks payable to Westmont PTSA Check Check # Cash Forms and fees can be brought to the main office, turned in at registration, or mailed to Westmont PTSA, 4805 Westmont Ave., Campbell, CA Join us at our monthly PTSA meetings to hear about up-coming events! Come and share your ideas and thoughts. Your input and involvement is important to us. PTSA meetings are the second Tuesday of the month at 7pm in the library. For information please contact or visit Recommendation: If you have more than one student at Westmont and you want to contribute to the PTSA, purchase either a gold or platinum package for one student and a silver for the other students.

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