Clinic Students must receive a pass from their teacher to go the clinic A

Clinic students must receive a pass from their

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Clinic Students must receive a pass from their teacher to go the clinic. A parent will be notified if the student is unable to remain at school or if an emergency arises requiring that they be taken immediately to a doctor or emergency facility. Students must sign in and sign out upon entering and leaving the clinic. At no time should an ill student leave campus without permission from the Nurse . Students with a fever of 100.4 degrees or higher (within 24 hours), a suspected contagious disease, vomiting, diarrhea, or an undetermined rash are not allowed in school. (See nurse for details.) All medication, including over the counter medication, must be brought to the clinic in its original container with written instructions by the parent. Students who are in possession of prescription or over the counter medication are subjected to school discipline. Contact the nurse for further information. Also please contact the nurse of any health conditions or problems affecting your student. We can better serve your student and promote or improve his/her health and/or reduce lost time from the classroom with this input. Student Insurance It is important to note that schools do not carry insurance for bodily injury unless the student is participating in a University Interscholastic League (UIL) approved activity, such as football, volleyball, etc. Page 18 of 23
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Discipline Menu 2015 - 2016 All Level I violations are handled by the classroom teacher. Discipline would include A.M. detention or P.M. detention. Examples of Level I violations would include the following horseplay/scuffling, minor damage to property, tardiness, running, disruptive noises, not prepared for class, dishonesty, sleeping in class. Repeated Level I violations will require administrative action. Disruptive Behavior (Level II) – Refer to FBISD Code of Conduct 1 st Offense…..1-3 days AM/PM detention, parent contacted 2 nd Offense…..4 hour Saturday detention, parent contacted 3 rd Offense…..In School Suspension (ISS) by period After 3 rd Offense…..1 or more days of ISS or Out of School suspension. Cell Phone (Level II) A first time violation will result in the cell phone or electronic device being confiscated and a $15 fine must be paid in order to retrieve a cell phone. A parent is the only one who can retrieve a confiscated phone or electronic device. A second violation will result in the phone or electronic device being confiscated for a 24 hour period of time, a $15 fine to retrieve the cell phone, and a Saturday Detention will be assigned. A third violation will result in the phone or electronic device being confiscated for the remainder of the school year, Saturday Detention and $15.00 to retrieve the cell phone at the end of the year. Failure to Complete AM/PM Detention (Level II) 1 st Offense…..Double detention assigned 2 nd Offense…..1 day Saturday detention and parent contacted 3 rd Offense…..1 day ISS and parent contacted Tobacco Possession or Use (Levels II & III) Offense…..ISS, Suspension up to 3 days, citation, and parent contacted (II)
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