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Jr./Sr. High Student Expectations
Kayla Caragein
Wednesday, August 26, 2020

                            Student Expectations during Modified Green Phase

  • During your odd day, when you are not in the school building based on Group A or Group B it is NOT and “off” day. You are required to complete work assigned/given for each class. This day should be treated as you would if you were in the building meaning you are required to complete given work. There is no specific time you must be on to complete work, but we suggest within in the school day of 7:30-3. The first day for Group A is Wednesday August 26th, Group B is not expected to be online on Wednesday the 26th. Their first day is Thursday the 27th. 
  • Login into Teams and go to your first period class Team, ex. English I Period 1. Find the assignment of the day and complete the required activities. Do this for each of your class periods. Your teacher may also have given you a hand copy assignment that should be treated in the same manner. Teachers will be going over how Teams will be utilized in their classroom during the first couple weeks of school. For more information on Teams as a student please go to this link:
  • You must provide evidence of engagement on a daily basis by completing/uploading assignments/activities by due date/time stated by your teacher.
  • Contact the teacher with any difficulties or questions via Microsoft Teams chat, Remind, or email.
  •     A backpack is permitted and encouraged as students will NOT be using lockers. Backpacks with a laptop compartment in them are encouraged. Students may carry their own hand sanitizer with them. If you have an athletic bag we ask that you leave it in your vehicle for those that drive. Underclassmen should ask a teacher if they can leave their bag in their room.
  •     All students should bring a hydration bottle, as water fountains will not be available. Students will be able to utilize the bottle filler station on the fountain to refill.

  •     Students will NOT be changing for PE classes. Please dress appropriately. Changing of shoes to appropriate PE footwear is required. 9th Grade Swim Class will be an exception. 
  •     One Way Hallway- Students and faculty will be adhering to one-way hallways while in transition between classes. Hallways are marked for student/staff convenience. Students will enter and exit a classroom on the right side. Teachers will help with this adjustment.
  •     At the end of the day, students need to be prepared for a staggered dismissal. Grades 7-9-11 will be dismissed first, then grades 8-10-12.

  • When you come into school be prepared to go through a temperature screening process. In the morning, senior high students may eat in the cafeteria, grab-n-go in the front commons or go into the Weiss Gym. Junior-High students may eat in the cafeteria or go into the Bison Gym. Students need to be prepared for a staggered morning dismissal to class. 
  • To be prepared for school all students must bring their laptop to school daily and make sure it is fully charged. At the end of the day all students should log out of Microsoft Teams.

  • CTC students will follow CASD established Group A (Last Name A-L) or Group B (Last Name M-Z) days. For example, if you are a Group A student you will attend Clearfield in-person and CTC in-person. The same for Group B, you will attend Clearfield in-person and CTC in-person.

On the “ODD Day” you are not attending Clearfield you may still attend CTC. Clearfield will be providing a bus daily to and from the CTC. For more specific information on CTC visit the Junior-Senior Website.


Certain articles of clothing are not permitted to be worn in school (during the school day): 

  •        Coats or jackets (unless directed due to extreme cold conditions)

  •        Hats, sunglasses, bandanas, and headbands. This excludes hair accessories.

  •        Clothing, buttons, signs, etc. with a suggestive or profane message.

                     •         Clothing, wristbands, buttons, signs, etc., which promote alcohol, drugs, violence,     

                                 and discrimination.

          •           Chains, necklaces or bracelets that could cause injury or disrupt the educational


                    •           Body piercing in any visible location other than the ears is not acceptable. Clear  

                                 spacers are allowed in place of a facial piercing. All earrings must have a back or  


  •        Torn clothing exposing skin in any area.

           •         Spandex shirts, shorts or pants, tank tops and spaghetti straps. Sleeves must

                       reach the outside of the shoulders.

  •        Skirts and shorts must be at least fingertip length with relaxed shoulders.

  •        Hair color of unnatural color deemed distracting in an educational setting.

  •        Hair cut into a Mohawk that cause a disruption to the learning process.

   •        Writing on the back (butt) of sweat pants/shorts.

   •        Face painting