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Student Handbook 2016-2017

3. Hats and hoods may only be worn outside only. 4. No other caps, hats, bandannas, headbands, hairnets or shower caps permitted. 14 HAIRSTYLES 1. No dyed or two-toned hair unless it is the natural hair color. Ex: blue, green, purple, etc. No exaggerated or exotic hairstyles; No Mohawks or Fohawks (hair on two sides with Mohawk). MAKE-UP 1. K-6 students are prohibited from wearing any make-up, other than a natural lip gloss. Nails will also be natural nails with only clear or pastel colored polish permitted. No bold colors such as, black, blue, green, red, orange, purple, etc. 2. 7-12 only: Conservative make up; No excessive or thick eyeliner, or bright lipstick. BOOKS AND CLASSROOM SUPPLIES Guidance Charter School furnishes all necessary textbooks. The books are issued to the students and each student is responsible for their proper care and return. Students or their parents will be expected to pay for lost or damaged books or other school property before their final report cards are issued. Students must bring all required supplies the first week of school. Please put your child’s name on each of the required school supplies to ensure proper credit and use of each item. Teachers will keep a list of each student’s supplies and all students must come with every item listed below. Kinder, 1st and 2nd grades: 3rd through 6th grades: 1 box #2 Pencils (8 count min.) 1box #2 pencils (8 count min.)1 ruler 1 box crayons (24 count min.) 1 box crayons (24 count min.) 1 box Kleenex 1 pack assorted construction paper 1 glue stick 1 box Kleenex – 1 glue stick 1 pair round end scissors 1 pair round end scissors 1 pack assorted construction paper 1spiral notebook – single subject 1 spiral notebook – single subj. 1 ream white copy paper 1 ream white copy paper 1 day planner for assignments 2 pocket folders 3 ring notebook and paper 2 Mead primary writing journal 1 flash drive (8th grade only) Students in grades 7-12 will receive a syllabus and item list from their respective teachers. CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION Part of the key to student’s success will be how well students plan their time and prioritize their assignments. In 3-6, we provide each student with a planner. Teachers reserve class time for students to fill out the planner. Students should carry this planner with them to every class and use it to record assignments, school business, important dates, and other things that must be remembered. Parents/guardians can check it nightly and use it to communicate with teachers. If students have a problem completing homework, we recommend that parents/guardians contact the teacher to initial the student planner daily. Students who write down, complete, and turn in all assignments on a daily basis, can expect to be successful at Guidance Charter. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY You are cheating if you:  Copy, fax, or duplicate assignments to be turned in as “original.”  Exchange assignments by printout, file transfer, or email, and then submit them as “original.”  Write formulas, codes, or key words on your person or objects for use in a test.


Student Handbook 2016-2017
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