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PARENT INFORMATION/SCHOOL FORMS

Arrival and Dismissal: When you first arrive at school, you must go to one of three places: The cafeteria (breakfast), the gym, or the library (to study). Warning bells will release you to go to your first block class. Warning bells ring at 8:00am and 8:05am. At 8:10am, You must be in your seat in class ready to listen to morning announcements. Dismissal bell rings at 3:10pm. On Early Release Day, students are released at 1:10pm.

DAILY BELL SCHEDULE: BLACK AND GOLD SCHEDULE 2017-2018 

1st Block 8:15am-9:35am
Pass Time/2nd Chance Breakfast 9:35am-9:43am
Advisory 9:43-9:50 am
Pass Time 9:50-9:55
2nd Block 9:55am-11:16am
Pass Time 11:16am-11:21am
HIVE TIME 11:21am-11:51am
Pass Time 11:51am-11:56am
3rd Block 11:56am-1:46pm
A Lunch 11:56am-12:22pm
B Lunch 12:24pm-12:50pm
C Lunch 12:52pm1:18pm
D Lunch 1:20pm-1:46pm
Pass Time 1:46pm-1:51pm
4th Block 1:51pm-3:15pm

 


 

Cell Phones: The Woodford County Schools policy will be enforced at WCHS with the following exceptions:
1. Students shall be permitted to possess Cell Phones and Personal Electronic Devices while in the building as long as device is turned off and out of sight. 2. Students may use Cell Phones and PEDs before school up to the 8:10 warning bell.  At 8:10, all devices shall be turned off and placed out of sight. 3. Students may use Cell Phones and PEDs in the cafeteria during their assigned lunch period. Students may NOT drop into the cafeteria and use their PEDs.  4. Students are not to use Cell Phones and PEDs in the classroom during the school day (8:15-3:15). Teachers will not give permission for student use of these devices during the school day. 5. Principal/Designee may approve student use of Cell Phones and PEDs in special situations with permission.  Please refer to the Student Handbook for discipline of improper use of Cell Phones and PEds.

Dress Code: Each student is required to attend school in proper dress code. LINK FOR THE 2016 DRESS CODE POLICY

Driver's Permit Form: All permit forms need to be signed and turned in to the office at least 3 days before taking the test. Parents need to fill out the top section of the form. The social security number does not need to be written in. Once we have completed the form, students need to come back to the office to ask if the form is ready.


Enhanced Education Opportunity (EHO) Is a form to request an absence to attend or participate in an educational activity. The EHO form needs to filled out by the parents stating the dates and where their child will be during the period of absence. The principal will then approve, conditionally approve or disapprove the request. If the EHO is conditionally approved, students must submit official proof of attendance within 5 school days AFTER the educational activity is completed. Final approval will be recorded only after the OFFICIAL proof of the attendance is received. This documented proof should be obtained on the date of the absence event and not prior to the absence. College visits: Students visiting a college DO NOT need to fill out an EHO form. On the day of the college visit, students should ask for an “official excuse” on letterhead that has the date of the visit and the student’s name, along with an official signature. This official proof of attendance should be submitted within 3 school days of returning to school.


Student Fees and Chromebook Insurance:

Student Fees: A Student Fee is due at the beginning of each school year. The fee for one student is $60. The fee for two family siblings (if in the middle school or high school) is $50 each and the fee for three or more family siblings is $40 each.

Device Protection Plan Fee: An insurance fee of $15 is due from each student who wishes to take their school issued device home. The $15 fee covers the insurance policy and like any insurance policy there is a deductible if it becomes necessary to file a claim.  (Link to the claim form for additional information)