Could you please provide information on how the high school policy that prohibits students who are failing more than one class from attending clubs and school events is enforced? Is there a list of ineligible students that is checked when tickets are sold? if so, who sees this list? Do other students see the list? How does this actually work? Btw, I think the district really ought to look seriously at who is affected by this policy and what message it sends to them as to noninclusiveness and consider terminating the policy.

Written by on February 22, 2019


Academics: A report is run after every interim and quarter for students failing 2 or more subjects.  It is sent to counselors/case managers to see if there are any extenuating circumstances. Then an e-mail is sent notifying the student of ineligibility.

Attendance/Behavior- students are informed by a CAP in a meeting.  Students get a warning for their tardies before they are on the ineligible list.  Students with a level 3 or 4 infraction are automatically ineligible. Some infractions have the ability to work their way off the list through community service.

This process was reviewed in a video with students during advisory (students signed off that they saw the video). The list is shared with athletics. For anything with ticket sales- the names come to CAP for verification- students selling tickets do not have access to the list.