San Mateo High School
Friday, November 14, 2014
TODAY’S RALLY DAY TIME SCHEDULE (*REVISED*)
|Zero Period||7:00- 7:54|
|Period 2||8:00- 9:31|
|Period 4||9:47-11:21 (announcements at beginning)|
|Passing to Field||11:21-11:31|
|Return to class||12:08-12:14 (retrieve backpacks)|
|Period 6||12:50- 2:21|
PING PONG CLUB MEETING – TODAY – lunch – Room B201
QUIZ KIDS MEETING – TODAY – lunch – Room A160
JSA MEETING – MONDAY – lunch – Room A220
TODAY’S FEATURED SCHOLARSHIP
- PG&E: InspirAsian Employee Resource Group: must reside in PG&E service territory; applicants of all ethnicities are eligible; minimum 3.5 GPA; actively involved in one or more of the following areas: community organizations, academic or vocational activities, leadership roles. Due: February 9th.
See Ms. Paige in the Career Center for more information.
Today is Crazy Orange & Black day and the last day of Spirit Week. Come to the Quad during lunch to get counted. The seniors will be singing the Fight Song!
Varsity Football – Little Big Game at Burlingame – 11:00
Cross Country – CCS Championships at Toro Park in Salinas – 9:00
Possession/Use of Cellular Phones and Other Mobile Communications Devices
Students in the district may have in their possession cell phones, pagers, and other electronic devices during the school day and during sponsored activities and events. However, except with the written permission of the principal or his/her designee, all such devices must be turned off during instructional time and passing periods except during an emergency such as a natural disaster. Cellular telephones and other electronic devices which may have the capability of taking pictures or visual or audio recordings may not be used for that purpose at school without the written permission of the site administrator. Students who do not comply with this policy are subject to discipline, including the confiscation of device and/or withdrawal of permission to possess such a device at school.
Students using electronic devices as instructional tools in the classroom must be pre-approved by administration. Specific examples, of an electronic device as an instructional tool are they are used as calculators or timers. At no time during instructional time and passing periods are students allowed to text message or listen to music.
No student shall be prohibited from possessing or using an electronic signaling device that is determined by a licensed physician or surgeon to be essential for the student's health and the use of which is limited to health-related purposes. (Education Code 48901.5). In accordance with Board Policy/Administrative Regulations 5145.12 - Search and Seizure, a school official may search a student's mobile communications device, including, but not limited to, reviewing messages or viewing pictures. (cf. 5145.12 - Search and Seizure)
Students shall not use mobile communications devices, even in hands-free mode, while driving on school grounds or to and from a school-related activity. A student who violates this policy may be prohibited from possessing a mobile communications device at school or school-related events and/or may be subject to further discipline in accordance with Board policy and administrative regulation.
- 1st Offense: Online referral to the Dean of Students for confiscation, parent to pick up during school hours in Student Services office. . If a student defies a school official and does not turn in the electronic device, it will result in 6- hours of Community Service.
- 2nd Offense: Online referral to the Dean of Students for confiscation, parent to pick up during school hours in Student Services office. If a student defies a school official and does not turn in the electronic device, it will result in 6- hours of Community Service.
- 3rd Offense: Online referral to the Dean of Students for confiscation, parent to pick up during school hours in Student Services office If a student defies a school official and does not turn in the electronic device, it will result in 6- hours of Community Service.