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Student Appearance Policy

3 months ago

Chicopee Comprehensive High School

As quoted from the 2015-2016 Students’ Rights and Responsibilities handbook:

PERSONAL APPEARANCE POLICY

In accordance with Massachusetts state law students are expected to dress and groom in a manner that conforms to reasonable standards of health, safety, and cleanliness and that will not cause disruption of the educational process. Dress or appearance that is unclean, constitutes a threat to the health or safety of students or is disruptive of the educational process will not be permitted. Therefore, students are expected to meet the following standards:

Feet must be covered (shod) at all times, meaning no bare feet, and no flip flops/beach/shower style sandals or slippers allowed. Clothes must be clean, in good repair, and not disruptive. Chains (wallet, belt, large neck chains, etc.) and spiked accessories (collars, belts, bracelets) are not permitted. Hats, headbands, bandanas and any other head covering are not permitted to be worn during school, (except for religious reasons) and for designated approved and authorized school activities.

Students may not wear clothing or accessories that:

  • have slogans, comments or designs that are obscene, lewd, or vulgar;
  • are directed towards or intended to harm, harass, threaten, intimidate, or demean others because of gender, gender identity, color, race, religion, disability, genetic information, ethnicity, sex, national origin, or sexual orientation; and/orpromote alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, gang activity, illegal drugs, guns, or weapons.

 

 

Clothing will be deemed inappropriate if it:

  • exposes midriffs or backs (short tops)
  • is shorter than mid-thigh (shorts or skirts)
  • is overly revealing (low cut or see-through tops, spaghetti straps, tube tops, tank tops for  boys and girls, etc.)
  • is intended to serve as an undergarment
  • reveals undergarments (low slung pants); pants must be worn at the waist and be able to stay up without the use of a belt; and belts must be the correct length
  • is sunglasses/shades worn in the school building without permission from the administration

Students whose dress or appearance is not suitable for school will be asked to change their dress or appearance. Other disciplinary consequences may be imposed in accordance with the Students’ Rights and Responsibilities Handbook for repeated failure to meet these standards

 

 

School-wide Rubrics

3 months ago

EACHING AND LEARNING STANDARD

ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING

School-wide Rubrics

Assessment is an integral part of the teaching and learning process. Its purpose is to inform students regarding their learning progress and teachers regarding ways to adjust the curriculum and instruction to respond effectively to the learning needs of students. Further, it communicates to the school community the progress of students in achieving the school’s expectations for student learning and course-specific learning goals. Assessment results must be continually discussed to improve curriculum and instruction.

The school shall have a process to assess school-wide and individual student progress in achieving the academic expectations in the mission based on school-wide rubrics.

NEW ENGLAND ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS & COLLEGES, INC.

Chicopee Comprehensive High School

School-wide rubrics

 

Critical Reading Skills Rubric                        

Writing Rubric: Grades 9 and 10                 

Writing  Rubric:  APE 1, APE 2, Grades 11 and 12                 

Oral Presentation Rubric                               

Problem Solving               

Technology Rubric                           

 


Class Reunion Notices
If you are planning a class reunion event and would like to post the dates or contact information for the event send the information to the jclark@cpsge.org. Please include a phone number that can be used to verify the information.

No notices at this time.