Cellular Phones and Other Electronic Signaling Devices (Board Policy 5131)
Students should walk bikes and use the crosswalk when crossing the
streets near the school. Bikes should not be walked or ridden through
the parking lots.
Thomas Edward Lanni School Bus Safety Act of 1997 (AB1297)
Prior to the passage of AB1297, school bus drivers were required to
activate a buses red flashing signal lights and the stop signal arm only
when a pupil the bus had been carrying was about to cross a public or
private roadway. After January 1, 1998, the red flashing signal lights
and stop signal arm are required to be operated every time the bus stops
for the purpose of loading or unloading pupils, even if the pupil does not intend to cross the road.
If a student is absent three days and absences continue, parents may
contact the attendance clerk to make a homework request. Homework will
be available in 24 hours. The attendance clerk will make arrangements
for work to be picked up at the front office or sent home with another
student, whichever is more convenient. If homework requests are
received after 8:00 a.m., the work will not be ready to be picked up
until 3:30 p.m. the following day. Academy weekly calendars are
available on the school’s website.
Students may prepay for breakfast and lunch. Checks should be made
out to Rocklin Unified School District. Absolutely no meal charges
will be allowed. Prepayment of lunches may be brought to the office
before 10:00 a.m. Milk and snack items may be purchased separately.
Students are encouraged to be responsible for their own lunches. Parents
may deliver money or a lunch to their student after checking into the
Students will be held responsible for cleaning their eating area.
Good table manners and conduct will be expected of all students.
Breakfast Prices (Secondary): Regular $1.75 / Reduced $ .30 / Free $ .00 / Adult $2.50
Lunch Prices (Secondary): Regular $2.75 / Reduced $ .40 / Free $ .00 / Adult $3.50
A la Carte Items (Secondary): Prices & Items Vary – See menus for details
Students are not to bring large sums of money to school. Personal
property having no bearing on studies will not be allowed at school.
This includes radios, skateboards, scooters, roller blades, video games,
CD/tape players, recorders, trading cards, baseball bats, cameras,
pagers, phones, etc. These items will be confiscated and held a minimum
of 30 days and/or parents may be requested to pick them up.
School hours include the hours during the day that students would reasonably be expected to be involved in school activities. School hours are only applicable on days during the week that school is in session.
School Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Superintendent or designee shall post at every entrance to each school
and school grounds a notice setting forth visitor registration
requirements, hours during which registration is required, the
registration location, the route to take to that location, and the
penalties for violation of registration requirements. (Penal Code
otherwise directed by the principal or designee, a staff member shall
accompany visitors while they are on school grounds.
Any person other than the following is considered a visitor and required to register upon entering school premises during school hours: (Penal Code 627.1, 627.2, Evidence Code 1070)
1. A student of the school, unless currently under suspension;
2. A Governing Board Member or District employee who is required to be on school grounds, or any authorized person who is on school grounds at the district’s/school’s request. Board members who visit schools of their own volition have no more authority than any other citizen. Board members have authority only in regularly called meetings of the Board, or when delegated specific tasks by Board actions.
- His/her name, address and occupation
- His/her age, if less than 21
- His/her purpose for entering school grounds
- Proof of identity
- Other information consistent with the provisions of law
- The principal or designee may refuse to register any visitor if he/she reasonably concludes that the visitor’s presence or acts would disrupt the school, students, or employees; would result in damage to property; or would result in the distribution or use of a controlled substance. The principal or designee or school security officer may revoke a visitor’s registration if he/she has a reasonable basis for concluding that the visitor’s presence on school grounds would interfere or is interfering with the peaceful conduct of school activities or would disrupt or is disrupting the school, students, or staff. (Penal Code 627.4)
- The principal or designee may request that a visitor who has failed to register or whose registration privileges have been denied or revoked, promptly leave school grounds and not return within 48 hours (Ed. Code 32211). When a visitor is directed to leave, the principal or designee shall inform the visitor that if he/she reenters the school within seven (7) days he/she will be guilty of a misdemeanor subject to a fine and/or imprisonment. (Penal Code 627.7)
Any person who is denied registration or whose registration is revoked may appeal to the Superintendent or designee by submitting within five (5) days a District complaint form and by following the District’s complaint procedure (Administrative Policy 1312). The final segment in the appeal process is for the Board of Trustees to consider the appeal.