Cell phones are allowed in school, but must not be exposed, turned on in class or used during school hours, with the exception of lunch.
This policy includes parent contact, during school hours, students and parents need to make contact through the office.
1st Offense: Phones will be taken away and can be picked up in the office after school by the student.
2nd Offense: A parent will need to come and pick up the phone.
3rd Offense: Student will receive a disciplinary referral with a detention.
4th Offense: Student will receive a disciplinary referral with a detention and will lose the privilege of bringing a cell phone to school.
On Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays after school the driveway is closed from 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM and on Wednesdays from 12:30 PM - 1:15 PM. This area is closed due to the buses picking up and dropping off students.
You can drop your student off on either side of Carlisle.
You can also use the parking lot to drop off and pick up your students.
Emergency Contact Changes
Changes to your studentís emergency contact or authorized pick up information, please call Marcia Golden at 613-5409.
Please limit requests for deliveries to: Medications Money Messages
Also, please try to make appointments before or after school.
First period tardies will only be excused with a doctorís note.* Otherwise, they will be counted against the studentís record.
∑ 3 tardies - verbal warning
∑ 4 tardies - detention notice and after school detention on Wednesdays from 1:10PM to 2:45PM
∑ 5 tardies - detention notice and a call home from the principal or assistant principal.
*A doctorís note is required for all appointments that occur during the day.
The responsibility for dress and grooming rests primarily with the student and his/her parents. Clothes worn to school should always be clean and appropriate for a public place.
If a staff member does observe any of the following prohibited dress, the student will be asked to call home for a change of clothes, turn the clothing inside out or wear a top (or bottom) provided by the Health Office.
Examples of style of dress or unreasonable body exposure include (but not limited to) the following: