MCHS Felix Fraga Student Handbook

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    Click here for the PDF 2019 – 2020 DRESS CODE POLICY / POLÍTICA DEL CÓDIGO DE VESTIMENTA

     

    Click here for the PDF CLOSED CAMPUS POLICY / POLÍTICA DEL CAMPUS/EDIFICIO CERRADO

     

    Click here for the PDF ELECTRONICS & CELL PHONE USE POLICY / POLÍTICA DE USO DE ELECTRÓNICA Y TELÉFONO CELULAR

     

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    ELECTRONICS & CELL PHONE USE POLICY / POLÍTICA DE USO DE ELECTRÓNICA Y TELÉFONO CELULAR

    Level II Act of Misconduct include those student acts that interfere with the orderly educational process in the classroom or in the school. A teacher who observes a student engaged in Level II or higher misconduct will fill out a discipline referral form for the principal or other appropriate administrator.

    Cell phones may be used in the HCC hallways before, after school and during lunch.

    Students may NOT use cell phones or any other type of electronic device during instructional periods from 9:30am to 4:55pm. All cell phones and electronic devices must be stored out of sight while in the classroom such as the student’s backpack, purse or clothing pocket.

    The unauthorized use or operation of cell phone or other electronic device will result in confiscation. A $15 administrative fee payable to HISD will be charged if the device is claimed within 30 days.

    After 30 days, the principal or other administrator will notify the parent of intent to dispose the device. Any electronic device not claimed will be sent to HISD Property Management for disposal.

    Student refusing to follow a “reasonable request from school personnel” will held to a Level III Act of Misconduct which will result in a Parent/Student/Administrator conference, exclusion from extracurricular activities, placement in in-school suspension, or suspension up to 3 days and other disciplinary responses as outlined in the HISD Student Code of Conduct pg. 9.