3850 Annie Oakley Dr., Las Vegas, NV 89121
702.799.7580

 

 Dean's Corner

Dean of Students:

Bruce Pierce (A-L) *4502

Philicia Spenard-King (M-Z) *4501

 

Deans’ Secretaries:

Alicia Del Valle *4500

Sandy Nevarez *4503 

 

Welcome to the Deans’ Corner:

The Deans’ Office at Chaparral High School is here to assist teachers and students with creating and maintaining a positive, productive climate and culture at our school. Please feel free to contact the Deans’ Office with any questions or concerns. 

 

Notice of Student Searches: Students are hereby informed that they will be subject to search when they enter campus after the beginning of the school day. This includes, but is not limited to, unauthorized returns. This notice does not exclude personnel, however, from searching a student at any time should there be reasonable suspicion of wrongdoing.

 

Tardy Lockouts: Students are expected to be on time to class every day, every period.  When a student is tardy to first period the student must attend lunch detention.  Failure to show for lunch detention will result in Required Parent Conference (RPC) status. In order to be reinstated to school, the student’s parent(s) must sign them into school the following morning. All subsequent tardies will result in the student being RPC'd.

When a student is tardy for periods 2-7 students will follow progressive discipline steps.

1st Tardy -Warning

2nd Tardy-RPC-A Parent Phone Conference
3rd Tardy-Lunch Detention

4th Tardy-Deans’ Detention

5th Tardy-RPC-t Parent Conference

6th Tardy 1 Day School Beautification

7thTardy 3 Day School Beautification

8th Tardy5 Day School Beautification

9th Tardy SUS for Insubordination

 

Electronic Devices: Students may only use an electronic device before school, during passing periods, at lunch, and after school.  Once a student enters a classroom all electronic devices should be put away.  The first time an electronic device is confiscated from a student it will be returned to the student at the end of the school day.  The second time and thereafter  the electronic device  must be picked up by a parent/guardian from the Deans’ Office. 

 

Electronic Device Policy

Dress Code: 

Chaparral High School encourages students to dress for success.  These standards for student attire will address an important goal of high school and is to teach acceptable career appearance, skills, and conduct.  A student’s appearance should not disrupt or distract from the educational environment of the school.  The school principal or his designees have the right to determine which types of dress or appearance are not acceptable and have the authority to grant exceptions for special occasions.  These standards apply in conjunction with the CCSD Regulation 5131 – School Dress.  Violations of the dress code (as with other school violations) will result in progressive disciplinary action.

 

DRESS CODE GUIDELINES

In accordance with CCSD Regulation 5131, students’ dress, personal appearance, and conduct are required to be of such character as not disrupt or detract from the educational environment of the school.

 

GENERAL CLOTHING

PANTS/SKIRTS

  • Shorts, skirts, jumpers and dresses MUST STAY at fingertip length or longer

 

  • Jeans, pants, and trousers which have rips mid-thigh or higher cannot show skin

 

  • No sagging pants

 

  • Pants must be sized to fit and secured at the waist

 

SHIRTS

  • No clothing that reveals undergarments, midriff, chest, or back, due to slits, low cut, or see through material

 

  • Tank top strap must be three finger width

 

CONTROVERSIAL CLOTHING

No slogans or advertising on clothing, jewelry, buttons, accessories, which disrupt the educational setting or promote violence, gangs, or illegal activities

 

HEADGEAR (hats, hoods, caps, bandanas, beanies, etc.)

All headgear is not permitted on campus unless part of school designated special events, authorized athletic practices, documented medial conditions, religious reasons or JROTC uniforms

 

FOOTWEAR

No house slippers or shoes with no soles

Failure to follow the dress code guidelines will result in disciplinary actions.

Chaparral High School Bullying Consequence Rubric

 

Behavior

1st Incident

2nd Incident

Retaliation

3rd Incident

Retaliation

4th Incident

Retaliation

1

Teasing-name calling, insulting, mocking, taunting, or other annoying behavior that might hurt, annoy, or cause others to feel badly about themselves

Ø  Verbal warning  by staff member

Ø  Parent contact

Ø  Possible detention

Ø  Possible Reflection Sheet

 

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Parent contact

Ø  Reflection Sheet: Required 

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Parent contact

Ø  Review Reflection Sheet

Ø  Meet with Counselor

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Notify Staff

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Meet with school staff to coordinate individual plan (One teacher, administration, counselor, parent, student)

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Notify Staff

2

Verbal Harassment-written or spoken negative references to a person  based on personal traits including but not limited to race, religion, cultural heritage, sex, or physical characteristics

Ø  Discipline Referral. 

Ø  Parent phone call

Ø  Required Reflection sheet

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

 

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Parent phone call

Ø  Review Reflection Sheet: 

Ø  Meet with counselor

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Parent phone call

Ø  Meet with school staff to coordinate individual plan (teacher, counselor, administrator, parent, student)

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Notify Staff

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Meet with school staff to restructure individual plan

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Notify Staff

3

Physical Harassment- unwelcome physical contact with or without the intent to harm another person.

 

 

Ø  Discipline Referral. 

Ø  Parent phone call

Ø  Required Reflection sheet

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

 

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Parent phone call

Ø  Review Reflection Sheet: 

Ø  Meet with counselor

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Parent phone call

Ø  Meet with school staff to coordinate individual plan (teacher, counselor, administrator, parent, student)

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Notify Staff

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Meet with school staff to restructure individual plan

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Notify Staff


4

Exclusion-refusal to sit near or work with someone, unwelcome comments, gossip, rumor telling, or other actions that would cause another student to feel isolated or without friends

Ø  Verbal warning  by staff member

Ø  Parent contact

Ø  Possible detention

Ø  Possible Reflection Sheet

 

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Parent contact

Ø  Reflection Sheet: Required 

Ø  Meet with counselor

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Parent contact

Ø  Review Reflection Sheet

Ø  Meet with Counselor

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Notify Staff

Ø  Discipline Referral

Ø  Meet with school staff to coordinate individual plan (One teacher, administration, counselor, parent, student)

Ø  Consequences determined by administrator

Ø  Notify Staff

 

 

Note: All consequences can be modified at administrator discretion.