- Policies & Procedures
- Parent Booster Organizations
- Resources & Tools
Audio/Electronic Devices (radios, beepers, pagers, etc.)
- Walk bicycles on campus.
- Provide individual lock and chain
- Lock them in the bike cage or on a bicycle rack.
- Bicycles locked to trees or poles will be removed.
- Work on campus
- Detention before or after school
- Monetary reimbursement for willful acts such as theft, vandalism, or damage to property.
- Fighting causing, attempting to cause, or threatening to cause physical injury to another person.
- Possession using, providing, selling, or being under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or controlled substance or intoxicant.
- Causing or attempting to cause damage to school or private property.
- Stealing, attempting to steal, or receiving stolen school or private property.
- Possession or use of tobacco or product containing tobacco or nicotine.
- Committing obscene acts or engaging in habitual profanity or vulgarity.
- Possessing, offering, arranging or negotiating to sell any drug paraphernalia.
- Disruption of school activities, disrespect/defiance of valid authority of school personnel in the performance of their duties.
- Sexual harassment.
- Hate violence.
- Harassment, retaliation or intimidation of a witness.
- Terroristic threats.
- Hostile educational environment.
- Gang related activity.
- Harassment, threats or intimidation.
- Possession of an imitation firearm.
- Possession of an electronic signaling device.
drug & alcohol policies
The district subscribes to and supports the state and national program for drug-free schools. It is the district's intent to keep its schools free of the use and abuse of drugs and alcohol and from the harmful effects that such substances have on the lives of students. In those instances when use and abuse do occur, the schools will take the prescribed disciplinary action. Concurrently, assistance will be offered to students and parents through intervention programs.
organized group. Students in these activities are defined as going to and from school, while on campus, during brunch or lunch whether on or off campus, school activities on or off campus, and going to or coming from these activities.
maintain a drug-free co-curricular program.
Possession or Use of Alcohol or Illegal drugs
When any student uses or possesses alcohol or illegal drugs at school or while under school jurisdiction, the following shall result:
- Parent Guardian Contact.
- One - to five-day suspension.
- Referred to law enforcement authority within one school day of the suspension.
- Restriction from school activities.
- Recommendation of expulsion.
- Referral to an appropriate community counseling program with the expectation that at least one counseling session will be held during the time of suspension.
- Transfer/Alternative Placement.
SECOND OFFENSE: Any second offense will result in suspension from the team for the remainder of the season for athletes or the semester for those in other activities. A student who is suspended for a season or semester under this policy may not participate again in co-curricular activities until she/he completes a substance abuse program as outlined in the First Offense. Any subsequent offense will require a conference, including the student, the parent, the advisor/coach and a school, to establish a program of appropriate action.
SELF-REFERRAL: Students who voluntarily self-refer to the school's intervention program will not be suspended from participation in their activity unless otherwise determined by the conference required in the First Offense.
VERIFICATION OF VIOLATION: Rumors cannot be a basis for restricting student participation unless they are discussed with the student and substantiated by the coach and/or advisors and administration.
- Notification of the local police department
- Suspension or expulsion from co-curricular activities
- Community service
- Referral to a social service agency to complete a substance abuse program
- And/or expulsion from school
food in class
First Offense: Three to five day suspension, five hours of school/community service, and/or consideration for expulsion depending on severity and referral to law enforcement.
Second Offense: Five-day suspension, alternative placement at another site or expulsion from the district and consideration for referral to law enforcement.
LAHS Cell Phone Policy
- Possessing, selling, furnishing a firearm.
- Brandishing a knife or weapon.
- Selling a controlled substance.
- Committing or attempting to commit sexual assault or battery.
- Causing serious physical injury.
- Possession of any knife, explosive or other dangerous object.
- Unlawful possession of any controlled substance.
- Robbery or extortion.
- Assault or battery.
Skateboards, Roller Skates/Blades, and Mopeds
Student Activities Transportation
If a student is unable to pay the contribution, the family may submit a confidential fee waiver form to the principal. Each request must include a statement of need that will be reviewed by the principal. Fee waiver forms are available in the Athletic Office or in the Attendance Building.
Students are not allowed to ride with other students to or from any school-sponsored activity.
Thrown Objects (Frisbee, balls, etc.)
Monthly youth passes are for riders between the ages of 5 and 17 years and may be purchased at:
CVS/pharmacy, 1041 El Monte/El Camino Real. Check the store for availability.