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Parent Information Newsletter
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Bullying and Cyber-bullying
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Additional Parent Information Newsletter
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Student Insurance Information
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*A hard copy will be sent home at the start of the school year.
Attention Students and Parents:
Senate Bill 269 took effect on January 1, 2015, which established new school attendance requirements for application of a learner’s permit or driver’s license and requires imposing administrative sanctions on students with poor attendance. As of January 1st, all students under the age of 18 who wish to apply for a learner’s permit or driver’s license must submit a completed DMV-301 form to the DMV office verifying he/she has attended at least 90% of the school days in the current semester. Students who have three or more unapproved absences may be deemed a habitual truant, issued a truancy citation, and suffer a suspension of their driver’s license for thirty days for the first offense and sixty days for the second offense. Students who do not have a valid driver’s license will not be eligible to apply for a learner’s permit or a driver’s license, once they become eligible to apply, for thirty days for the first offense and sixty days for the second offense.
2015 - 2016 Annual Accountability Report
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Title 1 Parent Notification Letter
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School Performance Framework:
Parents are encouraged to view the CCSD School Performance Framework as it relates to Mack Middle School. Please use the link below to access this information. http://nspf.doe.nv.gov/School/Overview/02/02356.2?years=2013
After School Tutoring Information
Mack offers tutoring services after school on Tuesday through Friday.
The Board of School Trustees requires that students enrolled in a Clark County school must attend school regularly in accordance with the Nevada Revised Statutes. When a student is absent, the educational experiences lost during that absence are irretrievable since the instruction and interaction in the instructional setting cannot be duplicated. The Nevada Revised Statutes provide that corrective steps and/or sanctions be taken or applied when a student does not attend school. It is the expectation of the school that parents will become active partners with the school to address and correct poor ATTENDANCE BY THEIR CHILDREN. It is the policy of Mack Middle School to:
1. Encourage maximum attendance on the part of students.
2. Require absent students to explain their absences. CCSD Regulation 5113 states that secondary students who exceed ten (10) unapproved absences in any course will not earn credit for that course. Mack Middle School will apply the 10-day rule to each class. Credit will be denied on the eleventh (11th) unapproved absence in each class. Changes made by CCSD supersede the Mack Middle School handbook.
Absences not counted toward attendance enforcement and loss of credit:
* Attendance in alternative placement on campus
* A student is participating in an approved school activity
* Ten prearranged absences
* Approved absences
* The student is absent due to a required court appearance or a required religious holiday
A student is physically or mentally unable to attend school due to a medical appointment or illness. The written approval of the principal has been given upon the request of the parent within three (3) days of the student’s return from the absence.
TARDY POLICY Students will be considered tardy if they are not in their assigned classroom per teacher expectations when the bell rings. Tardy lockouts are conducted on a daily basis for passing periods. Students arriving late to school and students who are late to class will be directed to the tardy table located in front of the library to receive discipline notification and a permit to class. Consequences for receiving a tardy lockout will follow progressive discipline which may include a warning progressing to an alternative placement on campus.
ATTENDANCE Any student absent from class on the day of an activity will not be permitted participation that day or evening unless an excuse has been granted, in advance, by the principal or designee.
Any student who is declared truant will be ineligible for a period of one (1) week after the infraction is discovered.
Students wishing to participate in athletics must maintain a 2.0 GPA and meet eligibility requirements.
STATE OF NEVADA REGULATION FOR PROMOTION TO HIGH SCHOOL
According to Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) 389.445, students must complete one and one-half units of credit in mathematics, one and one-half units of credit in English or reading, one unit of credit in science, and one unit of credit in social studies with a passing grade during seventh and eighth grade for promotion to high school. One-half unit of credit is the equivalent of one semester.
FREE AND REDUCED RATE LUNCH INFORMATION
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BUS TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION
For information regarding your child's eligibility for bus information, please contact Transportation at 799-8100. You can visit your website at CCSD Transportation.
Parents Still Make a Difference Newsletter: