Discipline and Attendance
SRHS Dress Code Information
The Clark County School District Basic Dress Code serves to provide guidelines for student dress and appearance at all District schools (whether or not they adopt Standard Student Attire). Students are to be dressed in such a manner that their appearance in the school contributes to the learning environment. Exemption from the CCSD Basic Dress Code may be permitted for medical or
A. Information and Basic Dress Code Provisions Handbooks, school Web sites, and/or newsletters prepared at each organizational level (elementary, junior high, or senior high) shall express uniformity on specific requirements and prohibitions. Each school will be responsible for in-service activities to familiarize students and staff with R-5131 (page 2) the enforcement procedures of these requirements. Notifications of dress code changes occurring during the school year shall be sent promptly to parents. Statements which incorporate the following provisions for the Basic Dress Code shall be included in the notifications:
1. Require the wearing of shoes with soles. House slippers and shoes with wheels are not permitted.
2. All clothing must be sufficient to conceal any and all undergarments. No skin will show between bottom of shirt/blouse and top of pants or skirts at any time. All sleeveless shirts must have straps at least three inches wide. Prohibited tops include, but are not limited to, crop tops, tank tops, strapless, low-cut clothing, clothing with slits, or tops and outfits that provide minimum coverage.
3. Require that all shorts, skorts, skirts, and jumpers/dresses must be at fingertip length.
4. All jeans, pants, and trousers must be secured at waist level. Sagging is strictly prohibited. Jeans, pants, and trousers are not to have rips or tears that expose undergarments and/or are located mid-thigh or higher.
5. Headgear (hats, hoods, caps, bandanas, hair grooming aids, etc.) is not permitted on campus except for designated school approved uniforms, special events, authorized athletic practices, documented medical conditions, bona fide religious reasons, or CCSD/school
6. Slogans or advertising on clothing, jewelry, buttons, and/or accessories which by their controversial, discriminatory, profane, and/or obscene nature disrupt the educational setting are prohibited.
7. Any clothing, jewelry, buttons, and/or accessories that promote illegal or violent conduct, or affiliation with groups that promote
illegal or violent conduct such as, but not limited to, the unlawful use of weapons, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or drug paraphernalia, or
clothing that contains threats are prohibited.
8. Spiked or studded clothing, jewelry, and/or accessories are prohibited.
9. Outerwear such as coats, mittens, and scarves must be removed upon entering the classrooms/buildings. Administrators, teachers,
R-5131 (page 3) and staff may use their discretion as appropriate based on the temperature in the facility.
10. The Basic Dress Code provisions [Section IV(A)(1-9)], and if adopted by the school, Standard Student Attire provisions [Section V(D)], shall be included in the student/parent notifications.
Tardy lockouts will be conducted every period - every day. Tardy students must report to a Campus Security Monitor at the Quad to receive a Tardy Lockout Notice to enter their class within the first 30 minutes of class.
If you are tardy to any class:
You must obtain Tardy Lockout Forms to enter class within first thirty (30) minutes.
You must fill out the form with the correct date, period, time, student name and student number. Your teacher will verify your information
You are on Required Tardy Parent Conference status.
Your parent/guardian must reinstate you by 7:30 a.m. during the next school day. Your parent/guardian must bring a valid ID and sign in at the Main Office.
You will be given additional consequences if you are tardy to multiple periods in a single day.
You will not be able to attend class until you are reinstated by your parent.
If you are habitually tardy, you will be given additional consequences.
Your tardiness will be reflected in your report card citizenship marks.
Students should remember:
If you have a legitimate reason for your tardiness, ask your teacher for a hall pass.
If you need to use the restroom during passing time, get permission and a hall pass from your teacher.
Parents/guardians should call the Upper Office with questions or concerns.
Students, parents, and faculty at this school have access to SafeVoice, a tip system used to report threats to the safety or well-being of students. SafeVoice was established by the Nevada Department of Education in 2018 to protect student well-being, prevent violence, and save lives.
Students can use the SafeVoice tool to report concerns about their friends or themselves with the OPTION of remaining ANONYMOUS. In partnership with the Department of Public Safety, all tips will be received live by communications specialists 24/7/365. Tips are sent on to a team at your school and to law enforcement when necessary. SafeVoice can be reached by calling 1.833.216.7233. You can also report an incident by accessing the tip sheet below.
Notice of Student Searches
Students are hereby informed that they will be subject to search when they enter campus after the beginning of the school day. This includes, but is not limited to, unauthorized returns. This notice does not exclude personnel, however, from searching a student at any time should there be reasonable suspicion of wrongdoing.
Por este medio se informa a los alumnos que serán sujetos a revisión en su persona y pertenencias al ingresar al campus una vez que haya iniciado el día escolar. Esto incluye, pero no se limita a regresos no autorizados. Sin embargo, este aviso no impide que un miembro del personal pueda revisar a un alumno en cualquier momento si existe sospecha razonable de actos indebidos.
Parent's Guide to School Attendance
When a student exceeds two (2) unexcused absences (truancies), the student is declared a habitual truant, and the school must report the student to the local law enforcement agency or school police to file an educational neglect complaint (Child Protective Services) for elementary students or the issuance of a truancy citation for secondary students.
To open the flyer and find out more information on Pub-688, including consequences, click here.
Rules and Regulations
There are three (3) primary sources for the Rules and Regulations pertaining to Shadow Ridge High School and the Clark County School District.
The Shadow Ridge High School handbook and policy descriptions available on the school webpage, https://www.shadowridgehighschool.com/.
The CCSD K-12 Student Code of Conduct (PUB – 776, Rev 6/2019) found at http://graphics.ccsd.net/NewFiles/GAC.2006.Site/PDFs/SpecialForms%26Pubs/776%20-%20K-12%20Student%20Code%20of%20Conduct%20ENG.pdf.
CCSD Policies and Regulations including Regulation 5141.1 Discipline: Control of Dangerous and Antisocial Behavior. Found at http://ccsd.net/district/policies-regulations/pdf/5141.1_R.pdf.
Information on School Safety and annual legal notices may be reviewed on the 2019-2020 CCSD Back to School Reporter, Volume 21, August 2019. Retrieve this publication at http://ccsd.net/schools/back-to-school/pdfs/back-to-school-reporter-2019-ENG.pdf.