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School is out for the summer!!!!
Glenrock High School
                  
 
Principal: Scott James
Activities Director:
Julie Kuhlman
Counselor:
Lana Bolan
225 Oregon Trail
Post Office Box 1300
Glenrock, Wyoming 82637
Phone: 436-9201
Fax:436-8517


 
Glenrock High School Announcements
GHS announcement
Welcome to Glenrock High School

Glenrock High School will start this year at 7:52 am Wednesday, August 24, 2016. Buses will run and lunch will be served. The daily schedule will have first period starting at 7:57 am and last period ending at 3:05 pm. All students should plan to report to the Glenrock High School building by 7:52 am on Wednesday, August 24, 2016.
CLASS SCHEDULES

Students who will be attending Glenrock High School are asked to pick up their class schedules at the high school office according to the schedule listed below. This includes ALL students, those presently attending GHS and any new students who have not yet registered. Registration must be done electronically on the district website. Follow the process outlined on the website.
SENIORS Monday, August 15 – AM JUNIORS Monday, August 15 – PM
SOPHOMORES Tuesday, August 16– AM FRESHMEN Wednesday, August 18 – 1:00 PM
The High School office is open from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm daily. Students who want to make a change in their schedule will be required to do so at the time they pick up their schedule. Few, if any, changes will be made in schedules after school starts on August 24, 2016.
CHANGE IN SCHEDULE
The Monday-Thursday school schedule begins at 7:52 am and runs until 3:05 pm. The Friday school schedule begins at 7:52 am and runs until 12:16 pm. Your son or daughter may be required to participate in the Academic Plus program which runs from 12:21 pm – 3:05 pm on scheduled Fridays in all academic areas. One exception to this schedule will be Friday, August 26, 2016 which will be a full day. We will not hold to the shortened schedule on this day. Academic Plus will not be held on district early dismissal days. All students that are failing a class must attend Academic Plus.
General Information

DRESS CODE
Cleanliness and dress are vital not only to the individual but also to those with whom the student shares a classroom or locker. Distracting, hazardous, or unsanitary clothing is not acceptable. Grooming and dress that prevent the student from doing the student’s best work or that exposes the student to accidents must be avoided. Dress and grooming styles that create a disruption within the classroom are not acceptable. Students dressed inappropriately will be sent home to change, confined to the office, or asked to change into appropriate clothing at school. Loss of class time will be made up. Students are asked to use good judgment, play clothes are for play and school clothes are for school. School personnel reserve the right to prohibit all forms of dress and appearance, which, in their judgment, are a safety/health hazard or are distractive to the school-learning environment.

STUDENT PARKING
All students driving motorized vehicles to school are required to park in the east parking lot by the gym. Motorized vehicles parked on school grounds illegally, or in No Parking or Reserved spaces will be towed away at the owner’s expense. Students are not allowed to loiter in their vehicles or the parking lot. Keep vehicles locked. Students will respect No Parking, Faculty Parking, Handicapped Parking, and Visitor Parking areas. Driving or riding privileges may be revoked for careless behavior and all students in the car will be held responsible for the driver’s behavior. The parking lot is off limits at all times during the school day.

CLOSED CAMPUS
Glenrock High School has a closed campus policy. This means that students will not be allowed to leave the building during their lunch break. All students will report to the cafeteria during their lunch break whether they eat the prepared school lunch, bring their own lunch, or choose not to eat lunch. All students will remain in the lunch area until the passing bell. Lunch is considered part of 3rd block.

LUNCH TICKETS
Lunch tickets may be purchased at the high school office beginning on August 15, 2016. Meal costs are $2.65 for students and $3.00 for adults. Students may choose an a la carte lunch (does not follow federal requirements) and will be charged $1.40. Students will also be able to purchase juice for $.30 and various breakfast entrees for $1.40 and adults can purchase them for $1.50. All meals are on a cash basis. Free and reduced lunch applications will be sent home with the students, or an application may be obtained in the office.

ATHLETICS
Students who plan to participate in the fall interscholastic programs are encouraged to obtain a physical examination form from the high school office. These forms are to be completed by the parents and family physician. The completed form is necessary before participation is permitted.

GRADES
Grades will be an accumulation for a semester. Quarter grades will no longer be given. Report cards at the end of each semester will be distributed electronically. A hard copy may be requested by contacting the high office at 436-9201.







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