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Policies (Updated 23-24)

Bonneville High School

Policies 2023-24

Student attendance, grades, lunch fees, and teacher contact information is available to all custodial parents/guardians through PowerSchool.

Activity/ID Card

Students are encouraged to participate in the many activities sponsored by Bonneville High School. Upon payment of the activity fees, students receive an activity card with their picture on it. This card entitles the student to attend many of the school functions held during the year at free or reduced rates. ID cards are mandatory for entrance to school dances. The picture ID card is also used for checking out library books, identification for the school lunch program, entrance to school extra-curricular activities, checking in at the attendance office and paying the bookkeeper. It must be used only by the person to whom it is issued. If your activity card is lost, application for a duplicate should be made in the main office at a cost of $5.00. The $5.00 fee will be shown on the students account and will need to be cleared as soon as possible. We encourage all students to have their ID cards during lunchtime. All students enrolled at Bonneville High School are encouraged to wear their identification badge attached to a lanyard or plastic clip (plastic clip will be provided at no cost upon request). In addition to helping provide a safe environment for staff and students, all outside visitors are required to report to the office to obtain temporary ID badges.


Students are encouraged to attend and support assemblies. Inappropriate behavior may result in loss of assembly privileges and or cancellation of the assembly. Students should be prompt going to assemblies and plan on staying during the entire performance. Students are not allowed to be in the halls or other areas of the building during assemblies. If students are on campus during an assembly, they need to be in attendance at the assembly.

Attendance/Attendance Credit Loss

Attendance Office: (801) 452-4061

Chronic absenteeism is a strong and early predictor of dropping out of school. Chronic absenteeism is defined as missing more than 10% of school. Consistent attendance is important to a student’s educational success. Parents/Guardians, we ask for your help in monitoring and encouraging the attendance of your child. Parents can monitor attendance by logging into PowerSchool.  If you need assistance with logging in, please contact the school.  

Parents/Guardians should call the school to excuse all absences, other than school excused absences. Parent excused absences must be called into the attendance office within five (5) days of the absence to excuse a student’s absence for physical or mental illness, bereavement, emergencies, etc. Absences may need to be excused in order for the student to make up any work missed. The attendance office number is (801-452-4061). Messages can be left on this number 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The number used to call will be verified with the parent's number in PowerSchool.  

Parent excused absences do not count against attendance credit as long as they are excused within 5 days of the absence.

A student more than 20 minutes late or missing 20 minutes or more of class will be marked absent. A student more than 10 minutes late or missing 10 minutes or more of “FLEX” class will be marked absent.

A complete copy of the Weber County School District attendance policy is on-line at as Policy 4170.


More than 4 absences in any class during any term will result in a loss of 0.25 units of attendance credit in each class affected.


More than four tardies in any class during any term will result in a loss of 0.25 units of attendance credit in each class affected.


Truancy is an unexcused absence without parent or teacher/advisor approval. Leaving class or campus during the school day without checking out may be considered a truancy, other than during lunch time or assemblies. (Prior permission to the student’s absence must be obtained and proper checkout through our attendance secretary must occur; otherwise a truancy could be issued.)

If a student is found truant or marked truant by the administration, a zero may be given for any assignments/tests missed that day. Truancies may also lead to additional disciplinary steps. Two truancies in a class during any term will result in a loss of 0.25 units of attendance credit in each class affected.

Pre-Arranged Absences

If a student knows ahead of time that they will be absent (pre-arranged - family vacation, scheduled surgery, school excused, etc.), especially for multiple days, we highly encourage students and/or parents to notify teachers. Parents/Guardians are also encouraged to call the attendance office (801-452-4061) prior to the pre-arranged absence, to excuse the absence. If the pre-arranged absence is not excused by parents prior to the absence, all days absent will need to be excused within 5 days of each day absent to prevent the absence from counting against attendance credit.

Teachers may expect their students to notify them prior to being absent and may also highly encourage them to complete as much school work as possible during their absence (if possible) and/or prior to the absence, in order to help keep as current as possible in their class.

Student Check Out

Students who need to leave school before 2:30pm must be checked out by the attendance office. Students will be allowed to check out only with parent permission. Parents may call ahead of time to check a student out. Please avoid checking a student out in the last 30 minutes of school.

Attendance Credit Make-Up Options & Procedures

All attendance credit loss over .75 must be made up before graduation and to meet eligibility requirements for athletics, student government, clubs and other activities in which students represent Bonneville High.

All attendance credit make-up must be pre-approved by the attendance secretary. Students needing to make up attendance credit loss (student has more than .75 overall credit loss) will be required to meet with the attendance secretary. Each quarter credit (0.25) of attendance loss will require the student to choose from the list of recovery options below and a restoration fee of $15 for each .25 credit restored. Attendance credit will be reinstated after the chosen option is completed and the fees are paid to the bookkeeper. The receipt for payment of these fees must be given to the school attendance secretary. No more than $90 will be assessed to any student during his/her high school career for attendance credit make-up.

The goal of the attendance credit policy is to improve attendance, thus the recommended make up options are the two weeks perfect attendance and/or the clean quarter attendance recovery options below. School service hours are also offered for those who may choose to perform service hours. Students working at Bonneville will work with the custodial staff and/or the athletic director at Bonneville to make up attendance credit loss. Service hours performed at Bonneville High School or other schools in Weber School District, will require pre-approval of the Bonneville High attendance secretary and will restore .25 attendance credit for every 5 hours of work done at the school.

Attendance Recovery Options

  • Two Weeks Perfect Attendance: 10 consecutive school days with no absences or tardies. Restores 0.25 of attendance credit loss. May be used multiple times. The student is responsible for recognizing that they have earned two weeks perfect attendance and then contacting the attendance secretary to use their earned two weeks perfect attendance to restore lost attendance credit.
  • Clean Quarter: A student attending one quarter without losing attendance credit in any classes may restore one full previous quarter of attendance credit loss (Seniors may not use 4th quarter). This makeup option may be used more than once. There is no limit to the amount of “clean quarters” that can be earned! Clean quarters cannot be “banked” for future use. The student is responsible for recognizing that they have earned a clean quarter and then contacting the attendance secretary to use their earned cleaned quarter to restore lost attendance credit.
  • School Service Hours:  School service hours include but are not limited to…cleanup after games/activities, weeding and planting, set up and take down of theater backdrops/scenery, preparing of fields and facilities for games/activities, summer office help, lunchroom help, etc. All service hours done at any school should be done under the supervision and direction of the custodial staff and/or the athletic director. They should sign off on all hours worked. Every 5 hours of school service hours worked will reinstate .25 credit.

Students may not miss any class time to make up hours. If this is the case, the hours worked while the student was missing class will not be counted.

Students may not receive pay or other benefits for hours worked.

Hours worked must be documented on the school’s service sheet/contract and signed by the pre-approved supervisor - custodians or athletic director.

Any fundraiser that involves the exchange of a product, i.e. food items, certificates etc., will not be allowed for service hours.

Service hours cannot be “banked” for future use.

Maximum of 10 service hours worked per day.

Cell Phones and Digital Media Devices

Bonneville High School will follow policies 5200 and 5201 with regards to cell phones and digital devices. Violation of the Bonneville High School Digital Media Devices Policy gives the school administrator or designee your consent to search the contents of the device based on reasonable suspicion that it contains evidence of a violation of school rules or policy, as detailed in WSD Policy 5300. You may review Student Conduct Policies here.

This cell phone/digital media devices policy does not apply to the sanctioned use of cell phones/digital media devices by students under the direct supervision of their teachers for educational purposes, medical, or emergency situations.

Use of cell phones for inappropriate reasons while on campus may be cause for discipline. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Cheating
  • Sexting
  • Harassment
  • Cyber Bullying
  • Filming/sharing Fights
  • Any use that is inappropriate or disruptive to a positive learning school environment.

Video camera and audio recorder use is strictly prohibited in the restrooms, locker rooms, and private dressing areas of the school. In addition, pictures and/or film may also be viewed and deleted and/or given to the proper authorities if deemed inappropriate by school administrators.
It will be considered a violation if the student's cell phone or electronic device disrupts the class. These devices are distractions to the educational environment and should not be seen or heard during class time unless under the direction of the teacher. Students are expected to cooperate in handing over cell phones and digital media devices when requested. Upon request, students are not allowed to take out the SIM cards or batteries. Students insisting on doing so are in violation of "failing to comply" and appropriate action will take place. Students may be suspended for repetitive violations of this policy and/or related insubordination.

During class time, teachers are the directors of their classrooms and can determine appropriate times for appropriate uses of electronic devices. Phones are available for student use in the Main Office and in the Counseling Center in case of a school issue or emergency.

The taking or sharing of obscene, pornographic, lewd, illegal, or otherwise inappropriate images or photographs will not be tolerated. Violations will be referred to law enforcement.

Students who bring digital media devices on school property or to school activities do so at their own risk. The school is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged electronic equipment. School officials will do their best to guard and protect confiscated cell phones or other digital media devices but are not responsible for loss, damage, or theft.

Students are strictly responsible for their own digital media devices. If devices are borrowed or taken and misused by non-owners, device owners are jointly responsible for the misuse or policy violation(s).
Appropriate disciplinary actions will be taken as outlined in district policy and the administrator handbook.


We value academic integrity and do not permit any form of dishonesty, plagiarism or deception that unfairly, improperly or illegally enhances the grade of an individual, a group assignment or a final grade. Many people think of plagiarism as copying another’s work or borrowing someone else’s original ideas.

Terms like “copying”, “sharing” or “borrowing” can disguise the seriousness of the offense. You also need to be careful to distinguish between collaborative assignments assigned by a teacher, such as lab groups.

All of the following are considered plagiarism:

  • Turning in someone else’s work as your own.
  • Copying words or ideas from someone else without giving credit.
  • Failing to put a quotation in quotation marks.
  • Giving incorrect information about the source of a quotation.
  • Changing words, but copying the sentence structure of a source without giving credit.
  • Copying so many words or ideas from a source that it makes up the majority of your work whether you give credit or not.
  • To cut and paste work that is not your own and handing it in is plagiarism.

According to U.S. law, the expression of original ideas is considered intellectual property, and is protected by copyright laws, just like original inventions.

Clubs/Groups or Crews

Bonneville High School has both clubs and groups/crews for student activities. Clubs are organizations directly related to the school curriculum. Groups/Crews are not directly related to the curriculum and are initiated by students enrolled at Bonneville. Students are urged to broaden their interests and abilities by joining one or more of the clubs/groups. Most clubs/groups meet before or after school on a regular basis. Each club/group is directed by a faculty advisor and elects its own officers. All clubs/groups must be chartered through the school. An application for chartering a new club/group may be picked up from the administrator assigned to clubs/groups. All clubs and groups must have a school advisor, selected by the principal. With groups, the advisor will monitor all meetings held on school premises but does not participate in any activity or discussion of the group.
Groups/Crews are not sponsored or supported by the school or district but are recognized for purposes of granting a place within Bonneville High School to meet during non-instructional time. Groups are not permitted to make announcements or hang fliers without prior permission. Groups are permitted to use the building as long as permission is granted and undue stress is not placed on the building or employees. Other use of facilities (athletic fields, equipment, etc.) are not permitted unless such is rented out as would any third party. Rules and regulations for both clubs and groups are available in the office. Each club or group must have a charter and a parental agreement signature giving permission for their student to be in that particular club or group.



Bonneville will uphold all policies outlined by WSD Policy 5200. Students are expected to behave in a manner that will be a credit to themselves, their family and Bonneville High School whether at school or at school sponsored activities. Abusive or inappropriate conduct (verbal or physical,) directed toward another student or toward a staff member (such as harassment, bullying, cyber bullying, inappropriate social media use, inappropriate displays of affection, threats, profanity, intimidating gestures, confrontational actions, or physical contact such as pushing, assaulting or fighting) will not be tolerated, and will result in administrative intervention. Continued problems may result in removal from Bonneville High School. Staff members (administrators, teachers, and other workers) are expected to help students behave properly, and students are subject to the authority of all staff members while at school activities. Conduct (including social media conduct) that occurs off school grounds may be cause for suspension/removal from Bonneville High School, should such conduct cause a significant disruption at school.

Abusive or inappproriate conduct (verbal or physical) toward students and staff members such as verbal or physical threats, racial or discriminatory actions, harassment, profanity, intimidation, gestures, or physical contact such as pushing, physically assaulting or fighting will not be tolerated and could lead to suspension/removal from Bonneville High School. If a person’s behavior hurts someone, or makes someone feel unsafe, or uncomfortable, it is harassment. Conduct that occurs off school grounds may be cause for suspension/removal from Bonneville High School, should such conduct cause a significant disruption at school.

Controlled Substances

The use or possession of tobacco, e-cigarettes, alcohol and other intoxicants or any other controlled substance of any kind is prohibited on school property or in any building owned or operated by the Board of Education. The use or possession of any of the above substances is prohibited off the school grounds at a school activity, function or event as well. Disciplinary steps, placement on a Non-Use Contract and/or referral to Weber County Drug and Alcohol Assessment may occur.



Dances will be hosted with the understanding that all those in attendance are agreeing to abide by all of the expected behaviors and policies set forth by Bonneville High School. The administration has the right to restrict attendance to any dance if they feel it is necessary.
Friday and Saturday night dances will begin at 8:00 p.m. and end at 10:00 p.m. Student ID cards will be mandatory to enter dances. Students from other schools that wish to attend Bonneville High School dances must be attending with a Bonneville student. Bonneville students can only bring one (1) guest from another school with them. Those that are participating in the dance, excluding chaperones, must be in high school, or if not in high school, 19 years of age or younger. Students in 9th grade or younger are not permitted to attend Bonneville High School dances. If a dance guest no longer attends high school, regardless of age, Bonneville administration will use any available resources to determine the eligibility of the guest to attend the dance. Guests will need to show a picture I.D. to enter dances. The Bonneville administration has the final say on all dance participants' ability to attend. There will be no re-entry if a student leaves the dance, regardless of the reason.

Dances – Semi-Formal & Formal Dress Standards


The following dress standards are examples that can be expected for semi-formal or formal dances.

  • Shirt and tie
  • Dress slacks w/ a collared button-up shirt
  • Shirt must be buttoned at least ¾ of the way up the shirt
  • If a tie is worn, the tie must be kept around the neck.
  • Gown
  • Dress Length: Hemline should not be excessively short - significantly shorter than mid-thigh area.
  • No extremely low backs. No extremely deep scooped necklines.
  • Open-backed dresses can only be open a maximum of ½ way down the back.
  • No excessively exposing of the midriff.
  • No exposed undergarments.

Please Note: The student may be asked to go home and change their attire to conform to the outlined standards. Dance dress code violations will be determined by the school administration working the dance.


Dress Code



Bonneville High School students are expected to follow the Weber School District Dress Code Policy 5220 - see below.




Weber District is committed to providing a safe, orderly, and positive environment conducive to teaching and learning. The Board recognizes that dress and grooming affect students' behavior and that there are sanitation and safety factors directly related to proper dress and grooming. The Board seeks to emphasize the importance of school, parent, and student collaboration in encouraging students to come to school dressed appropriately for school work. The District believes that the student and their parent/guardian hold the primary responsibility in determining the students' personal apparel (including clothing, jewelry, bags, accessories, etc.) Schools are responsible for ensuring that student attire, jewelry, and personal items do not interfere with the health or safety of any student and do not contribute to a hostile, disruptive, or intimidating environment for any student or staff. 




It is the policy of Weber School District to ensure students’ dress and grooming at school comply with the standards outlined below.  Violations of the policy will result in corrective action that will not exclude students from school and do not shame a student.  While parents are primarily responsible for determining what is appropriate apparel for school, 


schools have the authority to address and correct violations of this policy where the violation contributes to a health or safety risk, or to a hostile, disruptive, or intimidating environment for other students or staff.



  1. “Apparel” means a combination of all clothing, shoes, jewelry, bags, and accessories
  2. “Costumes” means any apparel worn to look like someone or something else other than the student
  3. “Substantial Disruption” means an interruption to the learning environment that is significant and/or impacts a significant number of students.




In relation to student dress, school administrators will be guided by the following core values: 

  1. Students should be able to dress and style their hair for school in a manner that expresses their individuality without fear of unnecessary discipline or body shaming.
  2. Students have the right to be treated equitably.  
  3. Dress code enforcement will not create disparities, reinforce or increase the marginalization of any group, nor will it be more strictly enforced against students because of racial identity, ethnicity, gender identity, gender expression, gender nonconformity, sexual orientation, cultural or religious identity, household income, body size/type or body maturity.
  4. Students and staff are responsible for managing what may cause them to be distracted or what they find distracting. 
  5. Students should not face unnecessary barriers to school attendance.


  1. Students must wear: 

  1. Tops that have fabric in front (covering the majority of the chest and abdomen),  straps over both shoulders, on both sides (under the arms), and in the back (covering the upper and lower back.) 
  2. Bottoms that cover the buttocks when standing, sitting, and bending over; and
  3. Footwear that protects the student from injury.

  1. The following is prohibited at school and school activities: 
    1. Clothing that intentionally shows private parts (nipples, genitals, buttocks) or undergarments. Clothing must cover private parts in opaque (not able to be seen through) material 
    2. Clothing or attire, jewelry, or personal items that display obscene, vulgar, or lewd words, messages, or pictures or are pornographic 
    3. Clothing or attire, jewelry, or personal items including attachments, or accessories that could be considered weapons, contain threats or promote violent conduct such as unlawful use of weapons (ie, chains, dog collars with spikes, spurs)
    4. Clothing or attire, jewelry, or personal items that advertises or promotes drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or drug paraphernalia
    5. Clothing that covers the student’s face to the extent that the student is not identifiable 
      1. clothing/headwear worn for a bonafide religious or medical purpose or when directed by health organizations are not subject to this prohibition.
      2. Sunglasses on the face or head when worn pursuant to a physician’s prescription are not subject to this prohibition. 
    6. Clothing, jewelry, or personal items that demonstrate hate group association/affiliation and/or use hate speech targeting groups based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious affiliation, or other protected groups
    7. Any other grooming or dress that causes actual disruption or which creates a significant safety risk or is disrespectful of others’ religious or cultural beliefs 
    8. Clothing, jewelry, or personal items that include gang symbols, monikers, insignias, or other gang identifiers 
    9. Any apparel or style of clothing that school officials, in light of the totality of the circumstances, and after consultation with law 

enforcement authorities, view denoting gang membership or affiliation  

  1. Costumes or costume accessories, other than designated holidays as allowed by school administration. 




  1. Students not in compliance with dress standard policy shall be guaranteed due process and shall be dealt with in a manner consistent with the procedure outlined in the school and district student discipline and safe school policies. 
  2. School administrators are required to ensure that all staff are aware of and understand the guidelines of this policy.
  3. Staff will use reasonable efforts to avoid addressing students for dress code violations in front of other students.
  4. Staff shall not prohibit or remove students from class for wearing attire that may be in violation of this policy;  rather staff will report their concerns to the administration.
  5. Students shall not be suspended from school unless the attire creates a substantial disruption to the educational environment, poses a hazard to the health or safety of others, or factors into a student behavior rule violation such as malicious harassment or prohibition on harassment, intimidation, bullying, and insubordination. 
  6. Violations of this policy may result in:
  1. instruction to the student to leave the classroom briefly to change clothes,
  2. parent/guardian contact or conference


Student dress expectations are encouraged at all times and will be consistently enforced during school hours from 7:45am to 2:30pm.

Inappropriate dress at school activities or outside school hours on school grounds may also be addressed, depending on the severity of the inappropriate clothing/accessories etc.  Disciplinary interventions for dress code violations will follow WSD policy 5220 and the administrative handbook.



Bonneville will uphold all policies outlined by WSD Policy 5200.
Fighting or any physical confrontation at school or at any school function will be cause for immediate suspension, regardless of perceived role in the fight, to allow a full investigation into the event. Fighting will result in a school/district contract. Subsequent fights will result in a district referral, police referral, and/or possible loss of an opportunity to attend Bonneville High School. Filming and sharing of fights is a violation of the cell phone policy and may result in disciplinary action.
We will not tolerate threats or hazing and will enforce the district Safe School Policy and will involve the local law enforcement agency. A student may be suspended for intentionally or knowingly committing an act that is done for the purpose of placing a school employee or student in fear of physical harm to the school employee or student or harm to property of the school employee or student. A student may be suspended for cyberbullying, which is the use of e-mail, instant messaging, chat rooms, cell phones, or other forms of information technology to deliberately harass, threaten, or intimidate someone for the purpose of placing a school employee or student in fear of physical harm to the school employee or student, or harm to property of the school employee or student. If a person’s behavior hurts someone, or makes someone feel unsafe, or uncomfortable, it is bullying/harassment. Bullying/harassment that occurs off school grounds may be cause for suspension/removal from Bonneville High School, should such conduct cause a significant disruption at school.
Hazing and initiation activities are considered to be forms of harassment and will not be tolerated at Bonneville High School, regardless of where it occurs. Any student who participates in hazing or related initiation activities, or conspires to engage in hazing will face immediate disciplinary action, up to and including suspension, expulsion, law enforcement referrals, and loss of participation in extracurricular activities.
Bonneville High School and Weber School District is committed to ensuring a safe learning and working environment for all our students and employees. Bonneville High School and Weber School District prohibits discrimination, harassment (including sexual harassment), or retaliation on the basis of race, color, sex, pregnancy, religion, national origin, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other legally protected classification in all educational programs, activities, admissions, access, treatment, or employment practices. Any actions towards a student or staff member will be aggressively investigated and appropriate disciplinary action will be taken.

Sexual Harassment, Hazing or Assault

Every student has the right to feel safe and accepted. Sexual harassment, hazing or assault will not be tolerated at Bonneville High School. Unwanted verbal or physical advances exchanged among students are inappropriate behaviors and are in violation of the Civil Rights Act. Unwelcome sexual gestures or advances can have a negative impact on both genders. The difference between good natured, harmless fun and sexual harassment is how it makes the other person feel no matter what the intent. A student shall not cause bodily injury to another student or commit any act that degrades or disgraces any person at any time on school grounds or during transportation to and from school or school sponsored events.
Students in violation of these policies are subject to disciplinary action that could include immediate suspension, referral to the district office, alternative school placement, and/or referral to the law enforcement agency, if circumstances warrant. If a person’s behavior hurts someone, or makes someone feel unsafe, or uncomfortable, it is harassment. These policies are enforced regardless of whether the person against whom the conduct is committed, directed, consented to, or acquiesced in the conduct.


All monies raised through school/program fundraisers, events, or donations become the property of the school and the program for which they were raised or donated. Funds raised through these methods are not the property of individual students or parents and will not, under any circumstance or for any reason, be refunded, cashed out or given back to individual students/parents. Students raising more funds than requested by their coach, advisor, or program do so for the benefit of the program and/or the school. Likewise, if a student or parent pays for expenses associated with a particular program (i.e. player packs, team camp costs, Nationals competition travel, etc.) and then later raises funds through a school fundraiser, money is not refunded to students or parents to cover previous expenses for which they paid.
All fundraising must be approved by administration, with a plan for the fundraising and how the funds will be spent. There will be no unnecessary fundraising done in an effort to help protect our community, but it is also understood that fundraising is a necessary part of keeping our programs in operation. We appreciate your support for all of our programs.

Hall Passes

All students should have a hall pass any time they are in the halls during class time. Students without a pass will be sent back to class to get a pass. There should be one student per hall pass.



All vehicles parked in a Bonneville student lot, during school hours, must display a student parking pass. Parking passes can be purchased in the front office for $10. The pass must be displayed so it can be easily seen and identified. Parking is on a first come, first serve basis. Students who do not follow the parking regulations are subject to school and/or city fines. School parking fines are $10 per incident. All ticket questions should be addressed within 10 days. It is the student’s responsibility to understand the parking regulations. There are four student parking lots on campus, including the annex lot. However, cars parked in the annex lot must be moved by 4:00 p.m. for our Driver’s Education classes to begin. Vehicles not moved by 4:00 p.m. risk being towed at the owner’s expense.
Per Weber School District policy 5300, students are permitted to park on school premises as a matter of privilege, not of right. The school retains authority to conduct routine patrols of student parking lots and inspections of the exteriors of student automobiles on school property. The interiors of student vehicles may be inspected whenever a school authority has reasonable suspicion. Such patrols and inspections may be conducted without notice and without student consent.


Schedule Changes

Every effort has been made through counseling and careful scheduling to assure that students are registered in courses appropriate for graduation. Schedules have been built and teachers hired to cover specific classes requested by students. The schedule is very tight and most classes are at capacity. Counselors are available by appointment to assist with schedule problems. A fee of $10.00 will be assessed for schedule adjustments, with the exception of computer errors or school required changes for which no fee will be charged. Schedule changes will not be completed until the fee, if required, is paid. Exceptions may be made when approved by administration.
The class change application forms must be completed with all required signatures. Sometimes this process also requires a conference with an administrator, the drop teacher, the student, parents and the counselor.
The class change application must be turned in to the counselor and the required $10.00 class change fee paid prior to any class changes taking effect.
Students will have two (2) school days from the date of the request (not 2 A or 2 B days) to get the required teacher and administrator signatures. Failure to return the completed paperwork within that time frame will result in the forfeiture of the class change request.
The class change will only be considered if there is room in the class being requested. Do not ask counselors to overload a class. Do not ask the teacher to overload his/her class.
Class changes will not be considered after the first 2 A days or 2 B days of the semester. This is adequate time for a student to know if the class in question will be agreeable.
Teacher-to-teacher switches will not be considered without prior teacher/parent/student interventions.
If the change is approved, all work missed in the new class is required to be made up. It’s not excused because a change is done!
No changes are made after midterms as this is 4 ½ weeks into the quarter.
We cannot accommodate teacher requests. The class loads are balanced.

Skateboards/Roller Blades/Scooters

These items are not permitted to be ridden or worn in the building or on school property.


Parents and other school patrons visiting the school must first check in at the office and obtain a visitor’s pass. Visitors include, but are not limited to: siblings, young children, friends or relatives from out of town. Students from other schools are not allowed on campus during school hours unless the visit has been approved by the administration. Please notify an administrator if you see a person who should not be in the building. Any violations of this policy may lead to a No Trespassing Notice.


Weber Online

Students can now take online courses through Weber Online. These courses are taught by Weber School District Teachers and are offered at no cost to Weber District Students. For information regarding Weber Online, talk to your school counselor or visit the website:


Policies may be updated as needed to reflect the needs of the school.