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1 Granite School District Information for Junior & Senior High students (English) * La información se ofrece también en español en este documento * Welcome to the school year It is important for parents and students to know about the fees, policies, and requirements that are expected of each student in Granite School District's junior and senior high schools. This document has been prepared by the School Accountability Servicesʼ Office so that you will be better informed as you register for the coming school year. You and your students are encouraged to read the information in this document and refer to it as questions arise. Included is important information regarding school fees. Please read carefully to see what fees you can expect and also whether you might qualify for fee waivers. It is our intention that no student will be left out of a quality educational experience because the family cannot afford to pay the fees. Course, class, and extracurricular fees were approved by the Granite Board of Education on December 2, Parents: Additional information about the school and district policies listed in this brochure, course descriptions and graduation requirements is available in the Junior and Senior High School Manual(s). These manuals can be accessed at Granite District's web site: under student manuals GRANITE SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF EDUCATION Terry H. Bawden Connie Anderson Connie C. Burgess Gayleen Gandy Dan Lofgren Sarah R. Meier Karyn Winder Dr. Martin W. Bates Superintendent

2 Granite School District Information for Junior & Senior High students School Choice Open Enrollment Options State law and Granite School District policies provide guidelines for students to apply for enrollment in a school other than their home school. (Students and parents requesting attendance at a school other than their home school need to complete an application form and obtain necessary signatures. Students intending to enter a school in 7th or 10th grade that is not their school of residence must submit an application to the intended school as there is no automatic "feeder" system in place.) All applications are screened and considered on an individual basis based on available space by building, grade, class or program in the requested school. Applications may be revoked or denied to those who have committed serious infractions of the law or school rules, or have been guilty of chronic misbehavior which would, if it were to continue, endanger persons or property, cause serious disruption in the school, or place unreasonable burdens on school staff. Transportation to and from the requested school is the responsibility of the students and parents. In making application, keep in mind the following time periods: 1. From December 1 through the third Friday in February, the early open enrollment period is available to anyone who would like to make application to attend another school for the next school year. Applications and guidelines are available at the requested school where the application should be initiated and submitted for approval. 2. The standard open enrollment period is any time during the current school year and after the third Friday in February for the next school year. Applications and guidelines are available at your home school, where the request to transfer must be initiated. Contact your school or Prevention & Student Placement for more information and necessary forms. Granite District School Safety Policy For the safety of students, staff and visitors to our schools, the Granite Board of Education has a strict SCHOOL SAFETY policy. It provides guidelines for dealing with disruptive incidents at school and at student activities. The intent of the policy is to give all students the right to attend school and schoolsponsored activities without undue concern for their physical safety. The SCHOOL SAFETY policy prohibits: Threats or acts of violence Possession of a real weapon, explosive, noxious or fl ammable material Actual or threatened use of look-alike weapons Any types of gang activity Criminal behavior Destruction or defacement of school property Conduct at locations away from the school that threatens or does harm to the school or persons associated with the school Willful disobedience or persistent defiance of authority. Students who violate this policy may subject themselves to: Mandatory parent/guardian conference at school and/or district offi ces Suspension from school Law enforcement investigation Placement in an alternative program Contents School Choice Enrollment Options...p.2 School Safety Policy...p Calendar Highlights...p.2 Junior High Fee Schedule...p.3 Senior High Fee Schedule...p.4 Fee Waiver Application...pgs.5 & 6 Fee Waiver Information...p.7 McKinney Vento Eligibility...p.8 Citizenship Requirements for Graduation...p.9 Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy...p.10 Sexual Harassment Policy...p.11 Bullying & Hazing...p.12 Section p.12 Notice of Parental Rights...p.12 Student Privacy Rights...p.13 Student Attendance/Truancy Prevention...p.13 Severe consequences may be imposed for any incident involving weapons (possible one year expulsion for fi rearms) Other consequences and action steps appropriate for the specifi c circumstance including expulsion from school, or other action to resolve the problem. Granite School District is also committed to providing a safe and orderly environment, in each school, where students, staff, parents and all other people are treated with courtesy and respect. Any form of sexual harassment by staff, students or others, including any inappropriate verbal, written or physical conduct, is strictly prohibited. Harassment should be immediately reported to an administrator, counselor or teacher. Bullying is prohibited and this behavior is subject to discipline. Bullying means aggressive behavior that is intended to cause harm or distress, exists in a relationship in which there is an imbalance of power, and may be repeated over time. These policies have been adopted so that students and staff can feel safe and secure at school. If you want further details about these policies, please contact your local school. Your understanding and support is appreciated Calendar Highlights The following is a list of major dates and holidays for all traditional schools. Please call your school if you have calendar questions. School Begins... August 19 Labor Day...September 7 Fall Recess... October 15 & 16 Thanksgiving Recess...November Winter Recess... December 21 - January 1 School reconvenes...january 4 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day...January 18 Washington & Lincoln Day... February 15 Spring Recess...March 25 School Ends... May 27

3 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Page Junior High School Fee Schedule All fees listed are the maximum amounts charged per pupil for each activity, class or athletics participation. Actual costs are determined by the local school and may vary. All monies spent for each group or activity, including student contributions, fund raisers and donations, must be counted as part of the maximum cost per student for each group or activity. These fees, with the exception of camps, do not include additional costs of any overnight travel. For junior/senior high school activities and athletics that require fees, tryouts must be concluded and the participants selected before fees are assessed. Some of the listed fees are subject to Utah state sales tax. 1. Basic Fee $59.00 Books, Instructional Materials Replacement, Activities ($10 refundable at end of year) Student activity fees are used to fund programs such as: school newspaper, literary magazine, plays, musicals, concerts, awards, dances and UHSAA sponsored events. 2. Course Fees - The following fees are per semester unless otherwise noted Arts $40.00 "My Access" student license (per year) $8.00 Career & Technical Education (per class) $40.00 Physical Education $10.00 Career & Technical Education Intro (7th grade students) $15.00 per year Science Lab Materials $15.00 Computer Labs $5.00 Speech/Drama* $10.00 Dance $10.00 Workbooks $20.00 Music (individual max/ year: $30.00) $ Extracurricular Participation Fees - The following fees are per sport (individual maximum: $40.00) Including, not limited to the following sports Basketball*, Cross-Country*, Soccer*, Track*, Volleyball*, Wrestling* (each) $20.00 Team Hydration Testing $5.00 Summer Athletic Clinic $40.00 (only applies to wrestling team appointment) 4. Performing Groups, Uniforms and Camp Fees Camp Fees for Performing Groups $ Music Performing Groups* $75.00 Cheerleaders* $ Musical Costume* (stage performers only) $40.00 Dance Club* $ Other Performing Groups* $50.00 Granite Junior Youth Symphony - Tuition* $60.00 Student Body Officers $ Student Travel Travel cost may not exceed $250.00* per student per trip. All requests for overnight travel must be approved by the principal and the Assistant Superintendent. *$ out of pocket, $ donations, fundraisers, & contributions. 6. Admissions Dances $5.00 Plays $ Club Dues School Clubs $ Other Class Changes (non-essential) $5.00 Musical Instrument Rental (for first instrument) $50.00 Class Field Trips (per trip) $5.00 Additional Instruments (per each instrument after first) $10.00 Remediation (per each 7th and 8th grade class) $10.00 Shop Cards (opt. projects which become student property) cost of item Credit Recovery for 9th grade Special Field Trips (Charge per.25 units of credit) $45.00 Lagoon Trip $29.00 Restaurants & Theatres $ Optional Purchases - The following are not fees and are not subject to fee waiver Memory Book (includes sales tax) $20.00 Course, class and extracurricular fees were approved by the Granite Board of Education on December 2, * Pursuant to Utah Code 53A and Utah Administrative Code R , students who attend a charter school, private school, or home school and participate in extracurricular activities must pay a $75.00 fee in addition to all related participation fees. Checks Welcome A fee will be added to all returned checks equal to the maximum allowed by law. The returned check and the associated service charge may be presented to your bank either electronically or in the form of a paper draft.

4 Page 4 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Senior High g School Fee Schedule All fees listed are the maximum amounts charged per pupil for each activity, class or athletics participation. Actual costs are determined by the local school and may vary. All monies spent for each group or activity, including student contributions, fund raisers and donations, must be counted as part of the maximum cost per student for each group or activity. These fees, with the exception of camps, do not include additional costs of any overnight travel. For junior/senior high school activities and athletics that require fees, tryouts must be concluded and the participants selected before fees are assessed. Some of the listed fees are subject to Utah state sales tax. 1. Basic Fee $75.00 Books, Instructional Materials Replacement, Activities ($10 refundable at end of year) Student activity fees are used to fund programs such as: school newspaper, literary magazine, plays, musicals, concerts, awards, dances, UHSAA sponsored events and graduation. 2. Course Fees - The following fees are per semester unless otherwise noted Arts $40.00 Fitness for Life $10.00 Career & Technical Education (per class) $40.00 Lab Materials $15.00 Computer Labs $5.00 Music (individual max/year: $30.00) $15.00 Dance $10.00 "My Access" student license (per year) $8.00 Drama* $10.00 Physical Education (individual max/year: $20.00) $10.00 Driver's Education $ Workbooks $ Extracurricular Participation Fees - The following fees are per sport (participation maximum: $100.00) Basketball*, Football*, Golf* (each) $50.00 Baseball*, Debate/Forensics*, Soccer*, Softball*, Swimming*, $40.00 Cheerleading*, Cross Country*, Drill Team*, Pep Club*, $35.00 Track*, Volleyball*, Wrestling* (each) Tennis* (each) Additional Extracurricular Fees Football Helmet Safety/Reconditioning $35.00 Team Hydration Testing $5.00 Personal articles of clothing (per sport) $ (only applies to wrestling team appointment) Summer Athletic Clinic $50.00 Transportation per activity (individual max/year: $20.00) $ Performing Groups, Uniforms and Camp Fees Camp Fees for Performing Groups $ Marching Bands* $50.00 Cheerleaders* $ Musical Costume* (stage performers only) $40.00 Dance Club* $ Orchestra, Band, Madrigals, Show & Concert Choir* (Boys) $ Debate* (per year) $90.00 Orchestra, Band, Madrigals, Show & Concert Choir* (Girls) $ Drill Team* $ Pep Band* $50.00 Granite Youth Symphony - Tuition* $60.00 Pep Club/Flag Team* $ Granite Youth Symphony - Uniform not to exceed $ Song Leaders* $ Granite Youth Symphony - Travel as per Board approval Student Body Officers $ Jazz Band* $ Student Travel All requests for overnight travel must be approved by the principal and the Assistant Superintendent. $ is the maximum out of pocket expense that can be charged to students. Additional travel costs (beyond the $ out-of-pocket fee) may come from donations, sanctioned fundraisers, the school or district, or from other appropriate sources. The total costs per student for a single trip, however, shall not exceed $ unless all costs beyond this limit are covered by appropriate, independent third party contributions. 6. Admissions Banquets $15.00 Plays, Musicals, Concerts $10.00 Dances & Proms (per couple) $20.00 Stomps $5.00 with an activity card or $25.00 without an activity card with an activity card or $7.00 without an activity card UHSAA Admissions Activities sponsored by Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) may not exceed limits established by the Association. 7. Club Dues School Clubs $10.00 Vocational Clubs $ Other Cap and Gown (includes sales tax) $22.50 Musical Instrument Rental (for first instrument) $60.00 Class Changes (non-essential) $5.00 Additional Instruments (per each instrument after first) $15.00 Credit Recovery (charge per.25 units of credit) $45.00 Remediation / Make-up / Test Review Class (not for credit) $30.00 Equipment Rental (per year/per class) $35.00 Shop Cards (optional projects are not subject to fee waiver) cost of item 9. Optional Purchases - The following are not fees and are not subject to fee waiver Graduation Memorabilia (i.e. announcements, jewelry, cards, medallions) cost of item Year Book (includes sales tax) $40.00 High School Course Proficiency Test (HSCPT) $85.00 (paid before the end of first semester) Parking Permit for School Campus $10.00 Year Book (includes sales tax) $45.00 Transcripts (First is free, all others subject to this charge) $1.00 (paid after the end of first semester) * Pursuant to Utah Code 53A and Utah Administrative Code R , students who attend a charter school, private school, or home school and participate in extracurricular activities must pay a $75.00 fee in addition to all related participation fees. Course, class, and extracurricular fees were approved by the Granite Board of Education on December 2, 2014.

5 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Page 5 Fee Waiver Application (Grades 7-12) Parents: Please read the official School Fees Notice on page 7 before completing the application! All information on this application will be kept confidential. Name of student: Student Number: Address: School: Grade level: Name of parent or guardian: Phone Number: Please check if applicable: Student is eligible based on income verifi cation. (see section D on the following page) (attach supporting documentation Student receives (SSI)* Supplemental Security Income (qualified child with disabilities) for each category that applies) Family receives TANF (currently qualifi ed for fi nancial assistance or food stamps) Student is in Foster Care (under Utah or local governmental supervision) Student is in State Custody * Students who receive survivor benefits do not qualify for the SSI category listed above Parent(s)/guardian(s) shall provide income eligibility documentation in the form of income tax returns or current pay stubs demonstrating compliance with requirements consistent with state law and school district policies and/or guidelines for all qualifiers. If none of the above apply, but you wish to apply for fee waivers or other help with school fees because of serious financial problems, please state the reason(s) for the request: (if you need additional space, please attach a separate sheet) Please check the school fee schedule and list all fees that you wish to have waived. If your student is eligible for fee waivers, all of those fees will be waived. [Please note that costs for yearbooks, class rings, letter jackets, school pictures, and similar items are not fees and will not be waived. Students may be required to pay fees for concurrent enrollment or advanced placement courses. The portion of the fees related specifically to college or post-secondary grades or credit is not subject to fee waiver.] If you wish to have all applicable fees waived, please write "ALL" in the "Fee Description" column. Fee Description Amount Fee Description Amount If you wish to work or perform community service in lieu of a fee waiver, please check this box. (Contact your school if you request community service as an alternative to fee waivers.) Window for Application of Fee Waiver a. A parent/guardian must apply for a fee waiver within thirty (30) school days after the fi rst day of school. b. A student who enters the school any time during the school year also has thirty (30) school days in which to apply for a fee waiver. c. A student whose family has a financial emergency caused by job loss, major illness or other substantial loss of income, has thirty (30) school days from the qualifying event in which to apply for a fee waiver. In this case only those fees assessed after application has been made will be waived. Fees paid previously will not be reimbursed. Please send the completed application to the Principal or Assistant Principal at your student's school. All fee payments will be suspended until the school has determined if your student is eligible for fee waivers. You will then be given a written notice of that decision. The school shall require you to prove eligibility. State law requires schools or school districts to require DOCUMENTATION of fee waiver eligibility if parent must apply for fee waivers. State law also requires that school districts provide alternatives in lieu of fee waivers, to the fullest extent reasonably possible according to individual circumstances of both fee waiver applicant and school, consistent with local board policies and/or guidelines which may include tutorial assistance to other students, assistance before or after school to teachers and other school personnel on school related matters, and general community or home service. If your student is eligible for a waiver, the school cannot require you to agree to an installment payment plan or sign an IOU in place of a waiver. I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE INFORMATION AND DOCUMENTATION I HAVE PROVIDED IS TRUE AND CORRECT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF. I ALSO GIVE SCHOOL OFFICIALS PERMISSION TO USE THIS FORM AS A RELEASE TO OBTAIN INFORMATION NECESSARY FOR VERIFICATION OF ELIGIBILITY. Date Parent's or Guardian's Signature Please mail or deliver to your school.

6 Page 6 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Section B: INCOME VERIFICATION FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS (Required for students who do not qualify based on a special category.) LIST ALL INCOME BEFORE DEDUCTIONS IN THE APPROPRIATE COLUMN(S) ON SAME LINE AS RECEIVER. Convert to monthly income: (weekly) multiply by 4.33; (every two weeks) multiply by 26 divide by 12; (twice a month) multiply by 2; and (annually) divide by 12 The last income tax return or the last three pay stubs, or both, if available, of each household member are required to be attached to this form. NAME Earnings from work Pension/Retirement Welfare, alimony Other income Total by Adult Last First M.I. (before deductions) Social Security child support 2nd job, etc. Monthly (also known as) Job 1 Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Income 1 $ $ $ $ $ 2 $ $ $ $ $ 3 $ $ $ $ $ 4 $ $ $ $ $ 5 $ $ $ $ $ 6 $ $ $ $ $ 7 $ $ $ $ $ 8 $ $ $ $ $ Total number of ALL PEOPLE living in household Section C. EXAMPLES OF INCOME Earnings from Work Wages, salaries and tips, strike benefi ts, unemployment comp., workers comp, net income from self-owned business or farm Pension/Retirement Social Security Pensions, supplement, security income, retirement payments, Social Security Income (including SSI a child receives) Welfare, Alimony Child Support TANF payments, welfare payments, alimony, and child support payments Other Income Disability benefi ts; cash withdrawn from savings; interest & dividends; income from estates, trusts, and investments, regular contributions from persons not living in the household; net royalties and annuities; net rental income; any other income Section D. INCOME ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016 Household Size Yearly Monthly Twice Per Month Every Two Weeks Weekly 1 15,301 1, ,709 1, ,117 2,177 1,089 1, ,525 2,628 1,314 1, ,933 3,078 1,539 1, ,341 3,529 1,765 1, ,749 3,980 1,990 1, ,157 4,430 2,215 2,045 1,023 For each additional 5,408 family member, add: In lieu of income verification, attach supporting documents to this form for each special category that applies. For TANF (financial assistance or food stamps) attach a letter of decision covering the current period from Workforce Services. For SSI (QUALIFIED CHILD WITH DISABILITIES), attach the benefit verification letter from Social Security. For State custody or foster care, provide the youth in custody required intake form and/or school enrollment letter provided by the case worker from DCFS or Juvenile Justice Department. This form and all supporting documents will be destroyed after the approval process is complete.

7 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Page 7 Official School Fees Notice For Families of Students in Grades Seven Through Twelve Utah law permits the charging of fees in grades seven through twelve. This means that your student may be charged fees for school materials, supplies, activities and programs. Except for common household articles and common articles of clothing, your student cannot be required by a teacher or other person to pay fees or provide any materials, money, or any other thing of value unless that requirement has been approved by the local Board of Education and included in the school or district fee schedule. In addition, no teacher, coach, or other person acting as a representative of the school may invite or require your student to participate in any summer camp or other activity unless the costs have been approved by the local Board of Education and placed on the fee schedule. If your student is eligible based on income verification or receives SSI payments (QUALIFIED CHILD WITH DISABILITIES), or if you are receiving TANF (currently qualified for financial assistance or food stamps) or the student was placed in your home by the government as a foster child, the school must waive the fees (meaning that you will not be required to pay the fees). If you are having a financial emergency caused by job loss, major illness, or other substantial loss of income beyond your control, your child might be eligible for a fee waiver even if other eligibility criteria are not met. You may apply for fee waivers by submitting the Fee Waiver Application (Grades 7-12). A copy of the application is included with this notice. Additional copies may be obtained from the school office. As soon as you have sent in the completed forms, the fee requirement will be suspended until a final decision has been reached about your studentʼs eligibility for fee waivers. If the application is denied, the school will send you a Decision and Appeal Form. The Form will tell you why the application was denied, and explain how to appeal the decision. The form for starting an appeal is on the same page as the form for the decision. Remember to always keep a copy for yourself. If you appeal a denial of fee waivers, you will not need to pay the fees until the appeal is decided. If your student is eligible for fee waivers, all fees must be waived, including but not limited to the following: Fees for registration, textbooks, textbook and equipment deposits, school supplies, activity cards, extracurricular activities, and school lockers; lab and shop fees; gym and towel fees; costs for uniforms and accessories; field trips and assembly fees; costs for class or team trips; and costs of musical instruments used in school classes or activities. There is no such thing as a non-waivable or optional fee, but alternatives to fee waivers may be arranged in some cases, but not for textbook fees. Alternatives to waivers are not permitted for textbook fees. Alternatives to simply waiving school fees may include such things as a reasonable requirement for community service or an assignment to help on a fundraiser, but may not include installment payments, IOUʼs, or other delayed payment plans. Community service requirements and fundraisers must be appropriate to the age, physical condition, and maturity of the student, and must be conducted in such a way that students are not subjected to embarrassment, ridicule, or humiliation. In addition, community service requirements and fundraisers must avoid excessive burdens on students and families and give proper consideration to a studentʼs educational and transportation needs and other responsibilities. Your school will inform you if it will be requiring community service as an alternative to fee waivers. All students involved in a program for which funds are being raised must be invited to participate in the fundraiser, not just those who are eligible for fee waivers. All participants in the fundraiser should share in the earned benefits. Participation in the fundraiser may be required for those who have requested fee waivers. If a fee-waiver eligible student has already performed a community service requirement covering all of the fees in question, then additional fundraising shall not be required of that student unless all students are subject to the same requirement. Since people in low-income areas usually have less discretionary income and so may be less able to donate or spend money on fundraisers than those in higher-income areas, quotas should not be used. The question should be whether a student made a good-faith effort, not whether a particular student met a sales quota. If a student makes the requested effort, but sufficient money is not raised in the fundraiser to cover all charges for the school activity and the activity goes forward anyway, then the difference between the fee-waiver eligible studentʼs share of the proceeds and the actual amount of the fee must be waived. School funds are limited, and your school may need help other than fees. As a result, the school may ask you for tax-deductible donations of school supplies, equipment, or money, but the school cannot require donations. No student may be penalized for not making a donation. For example, if donations are used to pay for a field trip, every student must be allowed to go on the trip even though some may not have made a donation. Regardless of whether you have paid fees, donations, and contributions or not, or have applied for, received, or been denied waivers, your name is confidential and cannot be disclosed to anyone lacking both a right and a need to know the information. The school may, however, with the consent of the donor, give appropriate recognition to any person or organization making a major donation or contribution to the school. Charges for class rings, yearbooks, school pictures, letter jackets, and similar items are not fees and need not be waived. Also, if your student loses or damages school property, the costs of replacement or repair are not fees and need not be waived. Students may be required to pay fees for concurrent enrollment or advanced placement courses. The portion of the fees related specifically to college or post-secondary grades or credit is not subject to fee waiver. In addition, only those students who have paid a textbook or equipment deposit are eligible to receive a deposit refund at the end of the year. The school and school staff cannot withhold, reduce, or enhance grades or credit, or withhold grades, credit, report cards, transcripts, or diplomas to enforce the payment of fees. A school may withhold the official student records of a student responsible for lost or damaged school property consistent with Section 53A , but may not withhold a studentʼs records that would prevent a student from attending school or being properly placed in school. State law requires schools or school districts to require DOCUMENTATION of fee waiver eligibility if parent must apply for fee waivers. Local boards will have policies and/or guidelines for determining required documentation for eligibility for fee waivers. State law requires a school district to provide alternatives in lieu of fee waivers, to the fullest extent reasonably possible according to individual circumstances of both fee waiver applicant and school, consistent with local board policies and/ or guidelines. Fee waiver eligibility documentation is NOT required annually but may be required at any time by the school or a parent may ask for review for good cause. Also, documentation SHALL NOT be maintained for privacy reasons. Schools may transfer fee waiver eligibility information to other schools to which students advance or transfer. NOTE: If your district does not require parents in the entire district area or parents and students in specific schools or sections of the district to apply for fee waivers, district administrators NEED NOT require verification of eligibility under this section. If you have questions, first talk to your school or the school district representative listed below. Granite District School Accountability Services Offices School Accountability Services/Elementary School Accountability Services/Junior High School Accountability Services/Senior High If you still need help, contact one of these other agencies: Utah State Office of Education 250 East 500 South P.O. Box Salt Lake City, Utah Utah Legal Services, Inc. 254 West 400 South, 2nd Floor Salt Lake City, Utah (Salt Lake area) or (other areas) Utah Issues Information Program, Inc. 330 West 500 South Salt Lake City, Utah (Salt Lake area) or (other areas)

8 Page 8 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Voluntary Student Information Questionnaire McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act School Year This voluntary questionnaire is intended to address the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act 42 U.S.C , et. seq. The Act requires that all homeless children and youths have equal access to the same free appropriate public education as provided to other children and youths, and to ensure all homeless children and youths an opportunity to meet the same challenging state standards to which all students are held. The term homeless children and youths means individuals who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence. Please answer the questions below to determine if the student is included in this definition, and is therefore eligible for the rights and services provided under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. Submission of any false or misleading information is a violation of state law and may void this application and agreement Yes No Is the student sharing housing with other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or similar reasons? Is the student living in a motel or hotel due to the lack of alternative adequate accommodations? Is the student living in an emergency or transitional shelter? Is the student living in a car, park, trailer park, campground, public space, abandoned building, substandard housing, bus or train station or similar setting? Is the student living in a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place, not designed for or ordinarily used as regular sleeping accommodations for human beings? Is the student a migratory child/youth that meets one or more of the conditions described herein? Is the student abandoned in the hospital? Is the student awaiting foster care placement? Is the student seeking enrollment without an accompanying parent (not in foster care) living in one or more of the above described conditions? If you answered YES to ANY of the above questions, please complete the remainder of this questionnaire Please notify the school if your living status changes. Student Name: Student ID # School: Grade: Date: Note: If this questionnaire concerns an unaccompanied child/youth, no additional information is needed. Parent/Legal Guardian/Caregiver Name: (Print) (Signature) Address: Telephone No. Relationship to student: List all school age siblings of the above named student residing with you. Name Student # School Grade Parents/Legal Guardians/Caregivers: If you have any questions concerning this questionnaire or a homeless situation, please contact the Granite School District Homeless Liaison at 2500 South State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84115, telephone number (385) , RETURN THIS FORM TO THE HOMELESS LIAISON, RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

9 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Page 9 Citizenship Requirements for Graduation Granite School District secondary school personnel subscribe to the values of the Community of Caring, a program which is part of the curriculum in our entire junior and senior high schools. Our expectations for citizenship reflect the philosophy that embraces the values of that program: Families We begin to learn our values in our families. Caring Caring is at the heart of a decent life. It leads us to help others and to respect ourselves. Responsibility People who care must be willing to take responsibility, which means they are accountable for their actions. Respect Those who take responsibility for their own actions will be respected by others. Trust When people care for and respect each other, trust takes root and grows. I. General information and requirements for citizenship in Granite School District: II. A. Satisfactory citizenship is a graduation requirement in Granite School District. This includes behavior, attendance, punctuality and adherence to the rules and policies of the school. Students will be required to earn a cumulative Citizenship Point Average (CPA) on a point scale in grades In addition to academic grades the following citizenship grades will be awarded: 4 - Honor; 3 - Good; 2 - Satisfactory; 1 - Poor; 0 - Failure B. Ninth grade students who earn less than a cumulative CPA during the 9th grade year may not be permitted to participate in promotion or the year-end activities. C. Transfer students will be required to maintain a CPA to meet graduation requirements from the time they enroll in Granite School District. D. High school students who do not achieve the required CPA shall not graduate. Citizenship Determination: A. Classroom behavior should reflect the values of a caring community. Behavior should also be appropriate and consistent with each teacherʼs expectations. The expectations will be described in the disclosure statements received from each teacher. Teachers will be encouraged to provide options for students to improve citizenship during the term being graded. B. Following are the standards for behavior, attendance, truancy, and tardiness. 1. Behavior - An uncorrected series of negative behaviors or one serious incident could result in a 0 in citizenship. 2. Granite School District Attendance Policy - All children of legal school age residing within the boundaries of the Granite School District shall be required to be in regular school attendance in accordance with the compulsory attendance laws of the State of Utah, (Section 53A through Section 53A , Utah Code, Annotated 1965). III. IV. a. Students must be in regular attendance to understand and successfully complete a course of study; therefore, parents and students should accept responsibility and accountability for the studentʼs attendance. Each school has established guidelines to encourage regular attendance. b. Parents or guardians must provide school person-nel a written excuse for each absence. c. Parents are encouraged to seek prior approval for their studentʼs extended absences. If approved by the administration, those absences will not negatively reflect on the Citizenship grade. The administration may require documentation for frequent or extended absences. 3. Truancy - A truancy is defined as an unexcused absence. On the first truancy during any term the student will receive a grade no higher than a l, and on the second truancy a Tardiness - On the fourth tardy from any one class a student will not receive a grade higher than a 1. Teachers may provide the option of allowing tardies to be made up during the term being graded. C. With the assistance of the School Accountability Services Division, secondary schools shall develop citizenship remediation and recovery practices that are consistent between schools Appeals Procedure: If a student disputes a citizenship grade, it must be resolved with the issuing teacher before the end of the term following the one in which the grade was received. Due Process: A. The Citizenship Requirements for Graduation will be provided to each student/parent by the beginning of each school year. B. Each report card will reflect the citizenship grades for the term and the cumulative CPA which will reflect progress toward graduation. Sixteen report cards are issued to students who attend school in grades C. Students who fail to achieve a cumulative CPA at the end of each year will be notified that graduation is in jeopardy. Students and parents will be invited to meet with the school administration to determine a positive course of action before the student is allowed to register for the following year. D. Students who fail to meet the required CPA will not be awarded a diploma bearing the high school name. However, when all other state graduation requirements are met, schools are authorized to award a Granite School District diploma. V. Recognition of Outstanding Citizenship: Each school will develop ways to recognize outstanding student citizenship. These may include: A. Recognition from the PTSA, B. Citizenship Honor Roll, C. Recognition on diploma, D. Recognition on transcript, E. Recognition on diploma for students who complete satisfactory community service projects, F. Recognition at graduation. Policy Approved 1/12/10

10 Page 10 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Granite District Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy The illegal use, possession, distribution, sale or being under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances, over-the-counter prescription medications, or intoxicants of any kind by students is prohibited in all Granite School District schools, on school grounds, at school-sanctioned activities, or when students are being transported in vehicles dispatched by the district. Violations also include student use, possession, distribution or sale of drug paraphernalia and imitation controlled substances. From Administrative Memorandum No. 95 Violations of the Granite School District Alcohol & Other Drugs Policy are cumulative in grades K-6, Students found in violation of the policy are subject to the following disciplinary actions: A. Violation for Selling or Distributing Drugs/Alcohol Students who are caught and/or convicted of selling or distributing controlled substances, imitation controlled substances, or overthe-counter medications which alter students psychological-social functioning, and/or alcohol on the school grounds or within 1,000 feet of the school grounds, will be referred to law enforcement officials, suspended, and referred to the office of Prevention & Student Placement for expulsion or alternative placement for up to 180 school days or 365 calendar days. B. First Violation 1. An automatic law enforcement referral will be made. 2. There will be an automatic one-to three-day suspension or until parent/guardian conference is held. 3. The parent/guardian/student will read and sign the non-use contract with the designated administrator. 4. The student will be assisted within the school; i.e., counseling, progress reports, etc. 5. The parent/guardian/student must attend and complete the Granite District QUIT program within two months of the violation. Failure to successfully complete the QUIT Program will result in an automatic suspension to Prevention & Student Placement for placement in an alternate educational program for up to 90 days. 6. Access to district intervention services may be provided. 7. Students who are participants of extra-curricular activities or elected officers will be suspended from participation for two weeks. D. Third Violation 1. An automatic law enforcement referral will be made. 2. The student will be suspended to Prevention & Student Placement for placement in an alternate educational setting for up to 180 school days, or until the student shows written evidence that he/she has entered in and successfully completed an appropriate drug/alcohol rehabilitation program. The Granite School District will not be held financially responsible. 3. Students who are participants of extra-curricular activities or elected officers will give up their involvement in such organizations for up to 180 school days. E. Subsequent Violations 1. Suspension to Prevention & Student Placement for alternative placement. 2. Expulsion. F. Student Access to Campus while on Suspension from School or Assigned to Alternative Placement During the time that any student has violated the Granite School District Alcohol and Other Drugs policy and has been suspended or placed in an alternative program, the student is not to be on any Granite District campus except when authorized, or be a spectator, or be a particpant in any school function. G. Self Referral For any student who is self referred, the Granite School District will have available district intervention services. H. Tobacco Use/Possession The possession of tobacco, e-cigarettes, other personal vaping devices, and hookahs for students under the age of 19 is against Utah State Law. Violators are dealt with by the Juvenile Court as status offenders under the criminal code and not under the controlled substance act. Therefore, violators in schools, at school activities, or on school grounds will be issued citations by the school administration, staff, and or/law enforcement authorities and subsequent juvenile court action may be taken. Students with citations will be encouraged to attend the district QUIT program with their parents. C. Second Violation 1. An automatic law enforcement referral will be made. 2. The student will be suspended to Prevention & Student Placement for placement in an alternate educational setting for up to 90 days. 3. Students who are participants of extra-curricular activities or elected officers will be suspended from participation for up to 90 days. 4. Parents/guardians will be encouraged to seek outside help or treatment for the student at no expense to the Granite School District

11 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Page 11 Granite District Policy on Sexual Harassment in Schools Granite School District is committed to providing in each school a safe, orderly environment where students, staff, parents, and all other people are treated with courtesy and respect. Any form of sexual harassment by staff, students, or others, including any inappropriate verbal, written, or physical conduct as defined below, is strictly prohibited. Violators of this policy will subject themselves to investigative and disciplinary procedures. Sexual harassment is defined as: any verbal, written, or physical conduct of a sexual nature which has the purpose or effect of creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment or unreasonably interferes with a person's work or academic performance. any suggestion, request, demand, or pressure for sexual involvement, accompanied by an implied or explicit threat concerning oneʼs grades, extracurricular standing, job, etc. Sexual harassment includes, but is not limited to, the following: derogatory, demeaning, or offensive jokes, teasing, or comments of a sexual nature graphic remarks or sexual comments about an individualʼs body sexually suggestive or obscene telephone calls, letters, notes, or invitations sexually suggestive or obscene pictures, cartoons, posters, or objects grabbing, pinching, or touching of private areas deliberate cornering, shouldering, or bumping in hallways sexual gestures, unwanted pats or hugs, any inappropriate touching any form of sexual threat, intimidation, or exploitation actual or attempted sexual assault, molestation, or rape sexist remarks or gender-based stereotyping offensive physical pranks, such as pantsing of students What To Do If You Are Sexually Harassed 1. If you believe you are being sexually harassed, you should consider telling the person that you do not like what is happening and you want it stopped. In many cases your clear statement that you want something stopped will be enough to take care of the situation. You are not required, however, to confront the person in this way. 2. You have the right and are encouraged to report the problem immediately to the administrator at your school. You should not feel embarrassed, intimidated, or reluctant to file a harassment report. You will not be subject to retaliation or put on trial for doing so. Reporting of Sexual Harassment Anyone (student, staff member, parent, volunteer, or anyone else) who is a victim of sexual harassment, or who has personal knowledge of sexual harassment taking place, is encouraged to report the problem immediately to the administrator at the school. It is the responsibility of all staff members who have received information, allegations, or even rumors about sexual harassment, to report the problem immediately to the principal. The above policy guidelines are taken from Granite District Board Policy. For more information, contact the Policy and Compliance Offi ce at Granite School District complies with the following laws & their implementing regulations: Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination in federally funded programs on the basis of race, color or national origin. Contact the Educational Equity Office at for more information. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, gender or national origin. Contact Human Resources at for more information. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination in federally funded programs on the basis of gender. Contact School Accountability Services at for more information. The Age Discrimination Act of 1975 prohibits discrimination in federally funded programs on the basis of age except under defined circumstances such as where age is a factor necessary in the normal operation of a program. Contact Human Resources at for more information. Section 504 of The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination in federally funded programs on the basis of disability. Contact the District 504 Coordinator at for more information. Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 prohibits employment discrimination and discrimination by a public entity against a qualified person with a disability. Contact Human Resources at for more information. More information on each law is posted at the Granite School District office, 2500 South State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84115, or you can call for additional information. Granite School District does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, gender, color, disability, religion, or national origin in its dealings with employees, students, the general public, applicants for employment, educational programs, activities, or access to its facilities.

12 Page 12 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Granite School District Bullying & Hazing Granite School District is committed to providing a quality education to students in a safe, supportive and welcoming environment. Incidents of bullying, cyber-bullying, hazing, and harassment can significantly disrupt a student s right to a respectful school atmosphere. Any bullying-type behavior is unacceptable, and measures are in place to address anti-social behavior when it occurs. Instruction should occur in a school climate where there is safety, respect and dignity for each student and an opportunity to develop a sense of individual worth. Administrators, teachers, counselors, social workers, and psychologists in every school are trained to respond to incidents of bullying, cyber-bullying, hazing, harassment or other similar anti-social behaviors. The best resource for identifying and addressing incidents of unsafe behavior in schools is the eyes and ears of our students. Granite School District provides avenues for all students to anonymously report unsafe behavior through the use of school Buddy Boxes and the District Safety Hotline. If students are aware of any dangerous situation involving bullying, weapons, or unsafe behavior, they are encouraged to contact the District Safety Hotline Phone: (801) Text: (801) contacts can be held in confidence Additional resources and information can be found on our website at A Parent s Guide to SECTION 504 of the Rehabilitation Act What Is Section 504? Section 504 is the part of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 which applies to persons with disabilities. Section 504 is a civil rights act protecting civil and constitutional rights of persons with disabilities. Section 504 states: No otherwise qualified individual with a disability shall, solely by reason of her or his disability, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to any discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. Granite School District receives federal financial assistance and thus individuals with disabilities may not be excluded from participating in District programs or denied the benefits of District programs. If a student is qualified as disabled under Section 504, the District must make reasonable accommodations to ensure that the student receives a commensurate education, that is, the student must be served as adequately as non-disabled students. Unless the student also qualifies for special education, the accommodations may not include special education services. District Commitment Granite School District does not discriminate on the basis of disability. Concerns regarding Section 504 should be referred to the principal or the School Accountability Services Director for the specific school. Contact School Accountability Services Directors at (Elementary), (Junior High), (Senior High), or by mail at 2500 South State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah Granite School District Notice of Parental Rights Granite School District recognizes that parents/guardians maintain responsibility for their child s education and parents/guardians have the right to reasonable accommodations. Accommodations shall be considered on an individual basis and no student shall be given greater or lesser consideration than any other student. Reasonable accommodation* means that Granite School District will make its best effort to enable a parent/guardian to exercise parental rights: (a) without substantial impact to staff and resources, including employee working conditions, safety and supervision on school premises and for school activities, and the efficient allocation of expenditures; and (b) while balancing: (i) the parental rights of parents or guardians; (ii) the educational needs of other students; (iii) the academic and behavioral impacts to a classroom; (iv) a teacher s workload; and (v) the assurance of the safe and ef icient operation of a school. Granite School District commits to reasonably accommodate: A parent s or guardian s written request to retain a student on grade level based on the student s academic ability or the student s social, emotional, or physical maturity. A parent s or guardian s initial selection of a teacher or request for a change of teacher. The request of a student s parent or guardian to visit and observe any class the student attends. (a) A written request of student s parent or guardian to excuse the student from attendance for a family event or visit to a health care provider, without obtaining a note from the provider; (b) An excused absence under (a) does not diminish expectations for the student s academic performance. (a) A parent s or guardian s written request to place a student in a specialized class or advanced course. (b) The district shall consider multiple data points when determining an accommodation. The district will allow a student to earn course credit toward high school graduation by completing a course in school by: (a) testing out of the course; or (b) demonstrating competency in course standards. A parent s or guardian s request to meet with a teacher at a mutually agreeable time if the parent or guardian is unable to attend a regularly scheduled parent teacher conference. Upon the written request of a student s parent/guardian, the district will excuse the student from taking a test that is administered statewide or the National Assessment of Educational Progress. (a) The school shall provide a copy of the discipline and conduct policy to each student and will notify a parent or guardian of a student s violation of that policy; and allow parent/guardian to respond to the notice. *Students with IEPs, in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA) or Section 504 accommodation plans, in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, whose parents have requested accommodations, consistent with the students plans, will receive appropriate accommodations. In addition, changes to services and placement must be made in accordance with the IEP process for students with disabilities under IDEA. Revised November 5, 2014

13 Granite School District Junior & Senior High Information Page 13 Secondary Student Privacy Rights Under the Family Educational Records Privacy Act (FERPA), Granite School District is allowed to collect certain Student Information and Photos/Videos without prior written consent. Examples of such Student Information includes: Studentʼs name, address, and telephone listing (e.g. Student Directory) Participation in officially recognized activities and sports Weights and heights of members of athletic teams Dates of attendance Awards and honors School and grade level photographs and other images (e.g. school yearbooks) Provide access to local media outlets for video or photographs related to a news story (this rarely occurs and does not include media interviews wherein explicit parental/guardian permission will be obtained) not including events that are open to the general public (e.g. sporting events) Denial of Release of Directory Information Any Student 7 12 Parents have the option to opt out and prevent the release of your studentʼs information as described above by submitting a written request to the school principal. This opt out must be completed annually in writing. If you choose to opt out, your student will be excluded from the following school documents or publications that are typically accessible to the public: The Student Directory (if your school publishes a student directory) The yearbook, class, or individual photos (if you opt your student out, we are not allowed to take their photo for any purpose) Honor roll and other recognition lists Musical and theatrical, choir and drill programs Sports rosters Video or photographs that may be used on school or district websites or social media outlets Video or photographs taken by local news media at special school events (this does not include events open to the public) MILITARY AND COLLEGE RECRUITERS High School Students ONLY Two federal laws require Granite School District to provide certain student information for high school juniors and seniors to military recruiters upon request. Recruiters for colleges and universities often request similar student information. The general policy of Granite District is to release student names, telephone numbers, and addresses to legitimate educational institutions. Parents or Guardians may opt out to prevent one or both of these releases of information by submitting a written request to the principal within 20 days of your studentʼs enrollment. This opt out must be completed annually in writing. Complaints of alleged failures by the district to comply with student privacy requirements should be addressed to the school principal or to Granite School Districtʼs Communications Department. If they are not or cannot be resolved at the local level, FERPA/PPRA complaints may be filed with the following federal agency: Family Policy Compliance Office U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue, SW Washington, DC Telephone: (202) If you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact your school principal or the Granite School District Communications Departmentat or Student Attendance/Truancy Prevention Policy Because of the schoolʼs commitment to quality education, we are concerned when a student misses school for any reason. The mission of the Granite School District is to prepare every student with the knowledge and skills needed for lifelong success in a changing world. Students who are excessively absent from school are not able to accomplish their educational goals. According to the Utah Compulsory Attendance Laws (Utah Code 53A ), parents and students are responsible for regular school attendance. Occasionally a student must be absent from school for reasons which are acceptable to the school and the courts, such as illness, medical appointments, family emergencies, or a death of family member or close friend. Please send a note to school following an absence explaining the reason for your childʼs absence. Please note the following: 1. Seven or more days (or equivalent class periods) of excused absences within a school year are considered excessive and may require a doctorʼs note to excuse subsequent absences. 2. After five or more days (or equivalent class periods) of unexcused absences within a school year, the school will mail the student/parents a Truancy Letter asking for the parentʼs help with their studentʼs attendance and warning of consequences for further truancy. Please note, a student must be in attendance 4 (four) hours of a school day to receive credit for one full day. 3. After 10 days (or equivalent class periods) of unexcused absences within a school year, the school will mail the student and parents a Habitual Truancy Notice/Pre-Court Hearing. The Habitual Truancy Notice requires the student and parents to appear at a Pre-Court hearing. Schools may assess a $48.00 truancy fine. 4. Students in seventh through ninth grades will be referred to the Third District Juvenile Court. Parents/legal guardians of studentsʼ ages 6-12 (K-6th grades) may be referred to the Salt Lake County District Attorney. 5. Students in grades 9-12 are subject to Granite School Districtʼs Citizenship Policy and students with two or more unexcused absences may not receive higher than a 0 in citizenship. Students are required to maintain a 2.0 CPA (Citizenship Point Average) in order to graduate from high school. Excessive absences may jeopardize a studentʼs ability to graduate from high school. Please check with the school attendance specialist or attendance secretary concerning the number of excused or unexcused absences that your student may have. Your cooperation is needed to help us give your student a quality education. If you have questions regarding this policy please contact Prevention & Student Placement office, Need help? If you need help or clarification, please contact the principal of the school your student(s) will attend this coming school year. You can also contact these Granite School District offices for information: Educational Equity School Accountability Services , Prevention & Student Placement Una versión de este documento en Español se puede pedir en su escuela. (If you need language assistance, please call Educational Equity.) END OF INFORMATION IN ENGLISH

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15 Distrito Escolar de Granite Informacion de estudiantes de las escuelas Junior High y Senior High Bienvenidos al año escolar Es importante para los padres y los estudiantes estar informados sobre las cuotas escolares, los reglamentos y los requisitos que se esperan de cada estudiante de las escuelas Junior High (secundaria media) y Senior High (secundaria superior) del Distrito Escolar de Granite. Este documento ha sido preparado por la Ofi cina de Servicios Escolares así usted puede estar mejor informado sobre la inscripción del estudiante en el nuevo año escolar. Se anima a usted y a sus hijos estudiantes a leer la información de este documento y referirse a ésta cuando tengan preguntas. Se incluye información importante sobre las cuotas escolares. Por favor, lea atentamente para estar en conocimiento de las cuotas de pago escolar que usted puede esperar, y además, si puede califi car para eximir (exonerar) las cuotas. Nuestra intención es que ningún estudiante quede sin recibir una experiencia educativa de calidad porque la familia no pueda pagar las cuotas escolares. Las cuotas de los cursos, las clases y actividades extracurriculares fueron aprobadas por el Consejo de Educación de Granite el 2 de diciembre Padres Se dispone de más información sobre la escuela y los reglamentos del distrito que se nombran en este libro, las descripciones de los cursos y los requisitos de graduación en el Manual/es de las Escuelas Junior y Senior High. Estos manuales pueden ser accedidos en el sitio Web del Distrito de Granite: under student manuals Consejo de Educación Distrito Escolar de Granite Terry H. Bawden Connie Anderson Connie C. Burgess Gayleen Gandy Dan Lofgren Sarah R. Meier Karyn Winder Dr. Martin W. Bates Superintendente

16 2 Distrito Escolar de Granite Informacion de estudiantes de las escuelas Junior High y Senior High Elección Escolar Opciones de Inscripción La ley del Estado y los reglamentos del Distrito Escolar de Granite ofrecen pautas para el estudiante que presenta la solicitud de ingreso en una escuela diferente de la escuela de su vecindario. (Los padres y los estudiantes que solicitan asistencia en una escuela diferente de la escuela del vecindario necesitan completar un formulario de solicitud y obtener las firmas necesarias. El estudiante que tiene la intención de ingresar en 7 o 10 Grados en una escuela que no es la escuela de su residencia debe presentar un formulario de solicitud en la escuela que intenta inscribirse porque el ingreso no es automático ( feeder ). Cada solicitud se examina y considera individualmente, en base al espacio disponible en el grado escolar, la clase o el programa que se solicita. Se puede revocar o negar el formulario de solicitud a aquel estudiante que ha cometido infracciones graves de la ley o las normas escolares o es culpable de tener mal comportamiento crónico, el cual podría continuar, poner en peligro a las personas o la propiedad, causar interrupciones graves de la escuela o imponer cargas no razonables sobre los empleados escolares. El transporte de ida y regreso de la escuela es responsabilidad del padre/s y el estudiante. Para presentar la solicitud de ingreso, tenga en cuenta los períodos siguientes: 1. Desde el 1 de diciembre hasta el tercer viernes de febrero, es el período de INSCRIPCIONES ABIERTAS para todo estudiante que quiera presentar un formulario de solicitud para asistir a otra escuela el año escolar siguiente. Los formularios y las pautas estás disponibles en la escuela que se solicita el ingreso en donde la solicitud debe iniciarse y presentarse para su aprobación. 2. El Período de ingreso por NECESIDAD ESPECIAL es en cualquier momento durante el año escolar actual y después del 1 de febrero para el año escolar siguiente. Los formularios y las pautas están disponibles en la escuela del vecindario en donde se debe iniciar la solicitud. Comuníquese con su escuela o los Prevención y Colocación del Estudiante para recibir más información y los formularios necesarios. Tabla de Contenidos Elección Escolar Opciones de Inscripción... 2 Reglamento de Seguridad Escolar... 2 Calendario Importante Cuotas de la Escuela Junior High... 3 Cuotas de la Escuela Senior High... 4 Solicitud de Exención de Cuotas... 5/6 Aviso Ofi cial de Cuotas Escolares... 7 Formulario de Elegibilidad McKinney-Vento... 8 Requisitos de Citizenship (Conducta) para la Graduación... 9 Reglamento de Alcohol y Otras Drogas Reglamento de Acoso Sexual...11 Intimidación & Novatadas Sección Aviso de Derechos de los Padres Decreto de Privacidad del Estudiante de Secundaria Reglamento de Asistencia Escolar Reglamento de Seguridad Escolar del Distrito Escolar de Granite Para la seguridad de los estudiantes, los empleados y los visitantes de nuestras escuelas, el Consejo de Educación del Distrito de Granite tiene un estricto reglamento de SEGURIDAD ESCOLAR. El reglamento ofrece pautas o lineamientos para tratar los incidentes que interrumpen el proceso educativo y las actividades del estudiante. La intención de este reglamento es ofrecer a todos los estudiantes el derecho de asistir a la escuela y las actividades patrocinadas por la escuela sin la preocupación por su seguridad física. El reglamento de SEGURIDAD ESCOLAR prohíbe: las amenazas o actos de violencia la posesión de un arma real, explosivo, material perjudicial (nocivo) o inflamable el uso o la amenaza de uso de un arma falsa todo tipo de actividad de pandilla callejera (gang) el comportamiento criminal la destrucción o deterioro de la propiedad escolar la conducta en lugares alejados de la escuela que amenaza o daña la escuela o personas asociadas a la escuela la desobediencia o desafío persistente a la autoridad Los estudiantes que no cumplen con este reglamento pueden estar sujetos a: una reunión obligatoria con el padre/s o tutor legal/es en la escuela y/o las oficinas del distrito la suspensión de la escuela la investigación de la policía o fuerza de ley la colocación en un programa educativo alternativo consecuencias graves pueden imponerse por todo incidente que involucre armas (posiblemente expulsión de un año por armas de fuego) otras consecuencias y los pasos de acción correspondientes para la circunstancia específica, incluyendo la expulsión de la escuela, u otro tipo de acción para resolver el problema Además, el Distrito Escolar de Granite está comprometido a ofrecer un ambiente seguro y ordenado en cada escuela donde los estudiantes, los empleados, los padres y todas las otras personas son tratados con cortesía y respeto. Está prohibida toda forma de molestia o acoso sexual de parte de un empleado, un estudiante u otros, inclusive toda conducta física, verbal o escrita. La molestia o acoso sexual debe ser informada inmediatamente a un director/a. consejero o maestro/a. Se prohíbe la intimidación (bullying) y este tipo de comportamiento está sujeto a disciplina. La intimidación (bullying) significa un comportamiento agresivo que la intención de causar daño o aflicción, existe en una relación en la que hay un desequilibrio de poder, y puede repetirse en el tiempo. Estos reglamentos han sido adoptados así los estudiantes y empleados se pueden sentir seguros y protegidos en la escuela. Si usted quiere más información acerca de estos reglamentos, por favor comuníquese con su escuela loca. Su comprensión y apoyo son apreciados. Calendario importante del año escolar La siguiente es la lista de las fechas y los festivos más importantes del año escolar de las escuelas secundarias. Por favor llame a su escuela si usted tiene preguntas sobre el calendario. Comienzo de clases...19 de agosto Labor Day (Día del Trabajador)...7 de setiembre Vacaciones de otoño... 15, 16 de octubre Vacaciones de Thanksgiving (Acción de Gracias) de noviembre Vacaciones de invierno de diciembre - 1 de enero Las Clases se reanudan... 4 de enero Día del Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr de enero Días de Washington y Lincoln de febrero Fin de Cursos...27 de mayo

17 Distrito Escolar de Granite Informacion de estudiantes de las escuelas Junior High y Senior High 3 Cuotas de la Escuela Secundaria Media (Junior High) Todas las cuotas que se nombran debajo son las cantidades máximas que se cobran al alumno por participar en una actividad, clase o actividad atlética. Los costos reales son determinados por la escuela local y pueden variar. Todo el dinero gastado en cada grupo o actividad, inclusive las contribuciones del estudiante, actividades de recaudación y donaciones, debe ser contado como parte del costo máximo del estudiante por cada grupo o actividad. Estas cuotas, con la excepción del campamento/s, no incluyen otros costos por viajes de estadía nocturna. En las actividades escolares y atléticas de secundaria media (junior high) o superior (senior high) que requieren el pago de una cuota, se deben haber terminado las pruebas de ingreso y los participantes han sido seleccionados antes del cobro de la cuota escolar. Algunas de las cuotas nombradas están sujetas al impuesto de venta del Estado a la Utah. 1. Cuota básica $59.00 Libros, reemplazo de artículos de instrucción, actividades ($10 serán devueltos al final del año escolar) Las cuotas de actividades del estudiante se usan para pagar programas tales como: el periódico escolar, la revista literaria, obras de teatro, presentaciones musicales, conciertos, premios, bailes y los eventos auspiciados por la UHSAA (Asociación Atlética de H.S. de Utah). 2. Cuotas de clase o materia - Las cuotas siguientes se pagan por semestre Arte $40.00 Licencia del estudiante "My Access" (por año) $8.00 Educ. Técnico Profesional (CTE) (por clase) $40.00 Educación Física $10.00 Intro. a Educ. Técnico Profesional (CTE) (estudiantes de 7 Grado) $15.00 por año Materiales de laboratorio de ciencias $15.00 Laboratorio de Computación $5.00 Drama y/o debate* $10.00 Danza $10.00 Libros de Tareas Escolares $20.00 Música (máximo por persona al año: $30.00) $ Cuotas de participación extracurricular - Las cuotas siguientes se pagan por deporte (m áximo por persona: $40.00) Basketball*, Cross Country*, Fútbol (Soccer)*, Pista (Track)*, Volleyball*, Lucha Libre* (cada uno) $20.00 Equipo de Pruebas de Hidratación $5.00 Clínica atlética de verano $40.00 (solo aplica a citas del equipo de wrestling) 4. Cuotas de grupos de actuación, uniforme y campamento Cuotas de campamento de Grupos de Actuación $ Grupo de Presentación Musical* $75.00 Porristas (Cheerleaders)* $ Disfraz del Musical * (solo interpretes en escenario) $40.00 Club de danza* $ Otro grupo de actuación* $50.00 Sinfónica Juvenil de Granite - matrícula $60.00 Oficiales del cuerpo estudiantil $ Viajes del estudiante El costo de cada viaje por estudiante no debe exceder $250.00*. La/s solicitud/es de viaje nocturno debe ser aprobada por el director de la escuela y el Asistente del Superintendente. *Pago de $ por persona y $ se paga con donaciones, actividades de recaudación y contribuciones 6. Admisión a actividad Baile $5.00 Obra de teatro $ Cuota de club Club escolar $ Otras cuotas Cambios de clase (no esencial) $5.00 Alquiler de instrumento musical (por primer instrumento) $50.00 Salida escolar de exploración o paseo (por viaje) $5.00 Instrumento adicional (por cada instrumento después del primero) $10.00 Remediación de clase (por cada clase 7 y 8 Grados) $10.00 Shop Cards (Tarjeta de pago por material de taller) Recuperación de Crédiots de 9 Grado (opcional: projecto que será propiedad del estudiante) costo del artículo (Se cobra por.25 unidades de crédito) $45.00 Salida especial Restaurante y Teatro $25.00 Viaje a Lagoon $ Pagos opcionales - Lo siguiente no es una cuota escolar y no se puede eximir o exonerar el pago. Libro de Recuerdo $20.00 (incluye los impuestos sobre venta) Las cuotas de clase, curso y actividades extracurriculares fueron aprobadas por el Consejo de Educación del Distrito de Granite el 2 de diciembre * De conformidad con el Código de Utah 53A-11 a 102,6 y Utah Código Administrativo R , los estudiantes que asisten a una escuela charter, escuela privada, o de la escuela a casa y participan en actividades extracurriculares deben pagar una cuota de $ 75.00, además de todas las tasas de participación relacionados. Los cheques están bienvenidos Se agregará una cuota a todos los cheques que se devuelvan porque no se pueden cobrar, la cual es igual al máximo permitido por la ley. El cheque devuelto y el costo de servicio asociado puede ser presentado en su banco en forma electrónica o en copia borrador.

18 4 Distrito Escolar de Granite Informacion de estudiantes de las escuelas Junior High y Senior High Cuotas de la Escuela Secundaria Superior (High School) Todas las cuotas que se nombran debajo son las cantidades máximas que se cobran al alumno por participar en una actividad, clase o actividad atlética. Los costos reales son determinados por la escuela local y pueden variar. Todo el dinero gastado en cada grupo o actividad, inclusive las contribuciones del estudiante, actividades de recaudación y donaciones, debe ser contado como parte del costo máximo del estudiante por cada grupo o actividad. Estas cuotas, con la excepción del campamento/s, no incluyen otros costos por viajes de estadía nocturna. En las actividades escolares y atléticas de secundaria media (junior high) o superior (senior high) que requieren el pago de una cuota, se deben haber terminado las pruebas de ingreso y los participantes han sido seleccionados antes del cobro de la cuota escolar. Algunas de las cuotas nombradas están sujetas al impuesto de venta del Estado a la Utah. 1. Cuota básica $75.00 Libros, reemplazo de artículos de instrucción, actividades ($10 serán devueltos al final del año escolar) Las cuotas de actividades del estudiante se usan para pagar programas tales como: el periódico escolar, la revista literaria, obras de teatro, presentaciones musicales, conciertos, premios, bailes y los eventos auspiciados por la UHSAA (Asociación Atlética de H.S. de Utah). 2. Cuotas de clase o materia - Las cuotas siguientes se pagan por semestre Arte $40.00 Aptitud Física para la Vida $10.00 Educación Técnica y Profesional (por clase) $40.00 Materiales de laboratorio $15.00 Laboratorio de computación $5.00 Música (máximo por persona al año: $30.00) $15.00 Danza $10.00 Licencia del estudiante "My Access" (por año) $8.00 Drama* $10.00 Educación Física (máximo por persona al año: $20.00) $10.00 Educación del Conductor $ Libros de Tareas $ Cuotas de participación extracurricular - Las cuotas siguientes se pagan por deporte (máximo por persona: $100.00) Basquetbol*, Fútbol Americano* $50.00 Baseball, Debate*, Fútbol (Soccer)*, Golf* (Los estudiantes serán $40.00 $35.00 responsables de pagar las tarifas Del campo de golf), Softball*, Porristas*, Cross Country*, Drill Team*, Pep Club*, Tenis* Natación*, Pista (Track)*, Volleyball*, Lucha Libre* Cuotas adicionales extracurricular Artículos de vestimenta personal (por deporte) $ Equipo de Pruebas de Hidratación $5.00 Casco de football y/o Recondicionamiento $35.00 (solo aplica a citas del equipo de wrestling) Clínica atlética de verano $50.00 Transporte por actividad (individual máx/año: $20.00) $ Grupos de actuacion, uniforme y cuotas de campamento Cuotas de campamento de Grupos de Actuación $ Banda de Marcha* $50.00 Porristas* $ Disfraz del Musical * (solo interpretes en escenario) $40.00 Club de Danza* $ Orquesta, Banda, Madrigal, Show y Coro en Concierto* (Niños) $ Debate* (anual) $90.00 Orquesta, Banda, Madrigal, Show y Coro en Concierto* (Niñas) $ Drill Team* $ Pep Band* $50.00 Sinfónica Juvenil de Granite - Matrícula $60.00 Pep Club/Equipo de Banderas* $ Sinfónica Juvenil de Granite - Uniforme no más de $ Líderes de canto $ Sinfónica Juvenil de Granite - Viajes por aprobación del Consejo Oficiales del cuerpo estudiantil $ Banda de Jazz* $ Viajes del estudiante Todas las solicitudes de viaje tendrán que ser aprobados por el director y el Asistente al Superintendente. El máximo cargo que se le puede cobrar al estudiante será $ Costos adicionales (más allá de los $ que se le cobra al estudiante) podrán ser aceptados en forma de donaciones, recaudador de fondos, la escuela o el distrito, o por otros fondos apropiados. El costo total por un alumno no puede exceder $ al menos que el costo sea cubierto por un contribuidor independiente. 6. Admisión a actividad Banquete $15.00 Obras de teatro, obras musicales y conciertos $10.00 Baile formal y prom (por pareja) $20.00 Stomps (bailes informales) $5.00 con una tarjeta de actividad o $25.00 sin tarjeta de actividad con una tarjeta de actividad o $7.00 sin tarjeta de actividad Entrada a actividades de la Asociación UHSAA Las actividades auspiciadas por la Asociación Atlética de Escuela High School de Utah puede no exceder los límites establecidos por la asociación. 7. Cuota de Club Club escolar $10.00 Club Vocacional $ Otras cuotas Toga y gorra de graduación (incluye los impuestos sobre venta) $22.50 Remediación, Recuperación, Clases de Revisión Cambios de clase (no esencial) $5.00 de Exámenes (no por crédito) $30.00 Recuperación de Crédito Alquiler de instrumento musical (por primer instrumento) $60.00 (Costo por 0.25 unidades de crédito) $45.00 Instrumento adicional (por cada instrumento después del primero) $15.00 Shop Cards (Tarjeta de pago por material de taller) Alquiler de Equipo (por año y por clase) $35.00 (opcional: projecto que será propiedad del estudiante) costo del artículo 9. Pagos opcionales - Los siguientes no son cuotas escolares y no se pueden eximir o exonerar el pago. Examen de Dominio del Curso de Escuela H.S. (HSCPT) $85.00 Permiso de Estacionamiento en la Propiedad Escolar $10.00 Escolaridad de Calificaciones (1 copia gratis, las otras tienen este costo) $1.00 Libro Annual (incluye los impuestos sobre vente) $40.00 (pago antes del final del primer semestre) Libro Annual (incluye los impuestos sobre vente) $45.00 (pago después del final del primer semestre) Las cuotas de clase, curso y actividades extracurriculares fueron aprobadas por el Consejo de Educación del Distrito de Granite el 2 de diciembre * De conformidad con el Código de Utah 53A-11 a 102,6 y Utah Código Administrativo R , los estudiantes que asisten a una escuela charter, escuela privada, o de la escuela a casa y participan en actividades extracurriculares deben pagar una cuota de $ 75.00, además de todas las tasas de participación relacionados.

19 Distrito Escolar de Granite Informacion de estudiantes de las escuelas Junior High y Senior High 5 SOLICITUD PARA LA EXENCIÓN DEL PAGO DE CUOTAS (PARA SÉPTIMO A DUODÉCIMO GRADO) Por favor lea el Aviso de cuotas escolares antes de llenar esta solicitud! Toda la información en esta solicitud será confidencial SECCIÓN A: INFORMACIÓN SOBRE EL ESTUDIANTE Y FUNDAMENTO PARA LA EXENCIÓN DEL PAGO DE CUOTAS. Nombre del estudiante: Número del estudiante Dirección: Escuela: Grado Nombre del padre o tutor legal: Número del teléfono Por favor marque lo que corresponda a su situación: (adjunte los documentos de respaldo para cada categoría que se aplique) El estudiante reúne los requisitos en base a la verifi cación de los ingresos. (Véase la Sección D) El estudiante recibe Ingreso suplementario de seguridad (SSI, por su sigla en inglés) * (NIÑO DISCAPACITADO QUE CUMPLE CON LOS REQUISITOS) La familia recibe Asistencia temporal para familias necesitadas (TANF, por su sigla en inglés) (califi ca actualmente para recibir ayuda fi nanciera o estampillas de comida) El estudiante está bajo cuidado tutelar (bajo la supervisión del gobierno local o de Utah) El estudiante está en custodia del Estado *Atención: Los estudiantes que reciben Beneficios de supervivientes no califican para la categoría de Ingreso suplementario de seguridad (SSI, por su sigla en inglés) que figura arriba. El padre(s)/tutor(es) legal(es) proveerá documentos de prueba de elegibilidad por ingresos tales como declaraciones de impuestos o recibos de pago de salario para demostrar que cumple con los requisitos de acuerdo con la ley del estado y las normas y/o pautas del distrito escolar para todas las condiciones determinantes mencionadas arriba. Si ninguna de las condiciones antes mencionadas describe su situación, pero usted desea solicitar una exención del pago de las cuotas u otras ayudas con las cuotas escolares por problemas económicos serios, sírvase indicar a continuación las razones por las cuales solicita ayuda: (Si necesita más espacio, continúe al dorso de esta hoja) (Por favor, fíjese en la lista de cuotas escolares e indique todas las cuotas para las que desea una exención. Si su estudiante reúne los requisitos para la exención del pago de las cuotas, se le concederá la aprobación. Por favor tenga en cuenta que el costo de los anuarios, los anillos de curso, las chaquetas con las iniciales de la escuela, las fotos estudiantiles y otros artículos similares no son cuotas y no se hará una exención de pago. Puede que se requiera que los estudiantes paguen las cuotas de la inscripción concurrente o de los cursos de colocación avanzada. La porción de las cuotas relacionada específicamente con un instituto de enseñanza superior o las calificaciones o el crédito de estudios superiores no está sujeta a una exención del pago de las cuotas. Descripción de la cuota Cantidad Descripción de la cuota Cantidad Una vez que complete la solicitud, sírvase entregarla al director de la escuela, al director auxiliar o al consejero encargado de las cuotas escolares. Todos los pagos de cuotas serán suspendidos hasta que la escuela decida si su estudiante reúne los requisitos para la exención, después de lo cual usted recibirá un aviso de la decisión. La escuela le exigirá que presente un comprobante de elegibilidad. La ley del estado requiere que las escuelas o los distritos escolares exijan DOCUMENTOS de elegibilidad para la exención del pago de cuotas si el padre tiene que solicitar una exención del pago de cuotas. La ley del estado también requiere que los distritos escolares provean alternativas en lugar de exención del pago de cuotas, hasta donde sea razonablemente posible, de acuerdo con las circunstancias individuales del solicitante de la exención de pago de cuotas y de la escuela, de acuerdo con las normas y/o las pautas del consejo local, que pueden incluir ayudar a otros estudiantes con los estudios, ayuda a los maestros y a otro personal escolar con asuntos relacionados con la escuela antes o después del horario escolar y servicio general en la comunidad o en el hogar. Si su estudiante reúne los requisitos para la exención del pago de las cuotas, la escuela no puede exigirle que acepte hacer pagos a plazos o que fi rme un pagaré en vez de darle la exención. POR MEDIO DE LA PRESENTE CERTIFICO QUE LA INFORMACIÓN Y LOS DOCUMENTOS QUE HE PRESENTADO SON VERDADEROS Y CORRECTOS SEGÚN MI LEAL SABER Y ENTENDER. ADEMÁS AUTORIZO AL PERSONAL DE LA ESCUELA PARA QUE USEN ESTE FORMULARIO COMO UN PERMISO PARA OBTENER LA INFORMACIÓN NECESARIA PARA VERIFICAR LA ELEGIBILIDAD. FECHA: FIRMA DEL PADRE O TUTOR LEGAL USOE 4/1/09 Fee Waiver Application (Grades 7-12) - Spanish

20 6 Distrito Escolar de Granite Informacion de estudiantes de las escuelas Junior High y Senior High Sección B: VERIFICACIÓN DE LOS INGRESOS MENSUALES DE TODOS LOS MIEMBROS DEL HOGAR (Se requiere esta información para todos los estudiantes que no califiquen en base a una categoría especial.) ANOTE TODOS LOS INGRESOS ANTES DE LAS DEDUCCIONES EN LA(S) COLUMNA(S) CORRESPONDIENTE(S) EN EL MISMO RENGLÓN DE LA PERSONA QUE LOS RECIBE. Haga la conversión a ingresos mensuales: (por semana) multiplique por 4.33; (cada dos semanas) multiplique por 26 y divida en 12; (dos veces al mes) multiplique por 2; y (por año) divida en 12. Es necesario que cada miembro del hogar adjunte a este formulario la última declaración de impuestos o los últimos tres recibos de pago de salario, o ambas cosas, si las tienen disponibles. NOMBRE Apellido Nombre de pila Inicial del segundo nombre Ingresos del trabajo Pensión/Jubilación Beneficios de bienestar, pensión alimenticia, Otros ingresos Total por adulto (antes de las mantenimiento deducciones) Seguro Social económico de los hijos 2º trabajo, etc. Ingresos (apodo) Trabajo 1- Mensual Mensual Mensual Mensual mensuales 1 $ $ $ $ $ 2 $ $ $ $ $ 3 $ $ $ $ $ 4 $ $ $ $ $ 5 $ $ $ $ $ 6 $ $ $ $ $ 7 $ $ $ $ $ 8 $ $ $ $ $ Número total de TODAS LAS PERSONAS que viven en el hogar Sección C. EJEMPLOS DE INGRESOS Ingresos del trabajo Sueldo, salario y propinas, benefi cios de huelgas, compensación por desempleo, compensación al trabajador, ingreso neto de una empresa o granja propia Pensión/Jubilación, Seguro Social Pensiones, suplemento, ingresos de seguridad, jubilaciones, ingresos del Seguro Social (incluyendo el Ingreso suplementario de seguridad [SSI] que recibe un niño) Bienestar, pensión alimenticia, mantenimiento económico de los hijos Pagos de TANF, pagos de bienestar, pensión alimenticia y pagos de mantenimiento económico de los hijos Otros ingresos Benefi cios de discapacidad; dinero en efectivo sacado de una cuenta de ahorros; intereses y dividendos; ingresos de herencias, fi deicomiso e inversiones; contribuciones regulares de las personas que no viven en el hogar; derechos de autor netos y anualidades netas; ingresos netos de alquileres; cualquier otro ingreso Sección D. PAUTAS DE ELEGIBILIDAD DE ACUERDO CON LOS INGRESOS 1º de julio de 2014 a 30 de junio de 2015 Cantidad de personas Por año Por mes Dos veces al mes Cada dos semanas Por semana en el hogar 1 15,301 1, Por cada miembro de la familia adicional, agregue: 2 20,709 1, ,117 2,177 1,089 1, ,525 2,628 1,314 1, ,933 3,078 1,539 1, ,341 3,529 1,765 1, ,749 3,980 1,990 1, ,157 4,430 2,215 2,045 1,023 5, En lugar de adjuntar la verificación de ingresos, adjunte a este formulario los documentos de respaldo que correspondan a cada categoría especial que se aplique. Para la Asistencia temporal para familias necesitadas (TANF, por su sigla en inglés) (ayuda financiera o estampillas de comida) adjunte una carta de decisión de los Servicios para Trabajadores (Workforce Services) con la decisión que cubra el período actual. Para Ingreso suplementario de seguridad SSI (NIÑO DISCAPACITADO QUE CUMPLE CON LOS REQUISITOS), adjunte la carta de verifi cación de benefi cios del Seguro Social. Para custodia del estado presente el formulario de admisión y/ó la carta de matriculación escolar que se exige para un joven bajo custodia (youth in custody required intake form) ó cuidado adoptivo que provee el trabajador social del Departamento de Servicios para Niños y Familias (DCFS, por su sigla en inglés) o del Departamento de Justicia Juvenil. Este formulario y todos los documentos de respaldo serán destruidos después de que se complete el proceso de aprobación.

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