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Homecoming Class floats are in construction NOW!!!! So listen up for your location to participate in the building and creating of your float.
Class of 17 will be in F-103 M, T, W, and Friday from 215-330 working hard and getting ready to show what the senior class is made of. So come by and help out Class of 17!!!!
Class of 18 will be in F-203 M and Tuesdays from 215-430. The creativity and teamwork taking place is amazing, So Juniors make it happen and stop by and help out. See you there Class of 18!!!
Class of 19 will be in F-202 M, W, and Thursday from 215-430. The theme is slowly coming to life and we need your help, so sophomores step up and come by and help. Let’s get this done Class of 19!!!
Class of 20 will be in I-102 M and Wednesdays from 215-4pm. We are just getting started and need some creative and motivate students to come out and build our very first float of our high school years. So, freshmen don’t miss out on this opportunity to get involved and represent class of 20!!!!
Homecoming Spirit Week Mon. 10/31-Friday 11/4
Spirit Week- Please have all of your students participate each day.
Monday 10/31- Dress up for costume contest
Tuesday 11/1- Twin Day
Wednesday 11/2- 90’s Throwback Day
Thursday 11/3- Wear Class Colors
Friday 11/4- Wear Floral and Black
Our Dance this year is going to be Saturday, Nov. 5th from 8-11pm right here at C-High. But don’t you worry, our gym is going to transformed and we guarantee it a night to remember. N-Effects will be hosting our dance, so check them out on social media. You won’t be disappointed. So, make sure you stop by the student store and purchase your ticket now. Lastly, don’t forget, everyone needs a permission slip even if you bought your ticket in a package.
Changes to FAFSA
If you’d like more details about the changes, you may read the fact sheet called College Students and Parents: What You Need to Know About the 2017–18 FAFSA.
Carter High was recognized for last year’s successful PBIS implementation and we received the HS Bronze Medal by the California PBIS Coalition. You can read the letter below.
PBIS official Letter of recognition
Life Touch Photos
CHS Dress Code
Code (AR 5132): Students, while at school or any school-related activity, shall adhere to the dress/grooming standards outlined below:
- Shoes must be worn at all times.
- Sandals must have heel straps. Flip-flops, backless shoes, slippers, house shoes and strapless sandals are not acceptable;
- Team spirit wear or jerseys may be worn if not associated with a gang or crew;
- Hats, shirts, jackets, jerseys, shorts, backpacks, shoulder bags, etc. MAY NOT display the letters “I E”, combinations of Inland Empire or IE.
- Clothing, jewelry and personal items (backpacks, fanny packs, PE bags, water bottles, etc.) shall be free of writing, pictures or any other insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane, depicting violence, sexually suggestive, drug, alcohol or tobacco company advertising, gambling, weapons, explosives or which advocate racial, ethnic or religious prejudice, create animosity between groups, can be construed to have a “double meaning,” or could create an unsafe disturbance by virtue of its content.
- Clothes must cover undergarments and/or private areas such as posteriors and cleavage at all times.
- Pajamas and undergarments may not be worn as outer clothing. Blankets, Snuggies, etc., may not be worn as jackets or cold weather coats;
- Tank tops, spaghetti straps, halter tops, strapless tops, off-the-shoulder or low-cut tops, bare midriffs, and skirts or shorts shorter than mid-thigh and see-through or fish-net fabrics are not allowed.
- Pants must cover posterior area and must sit at natural waist. The showing of undergarments is not acceptable. Excessively torn shirts or pants that expose large amount of skin may not be worn;
- Sheer or transparent, tight form fitting pants such as leggings, tights, jeggings, etc. are not allowed;
- Sheer or transparent, tight form fitting tops, etc. are not allowed;
- Sleeveless shirts must cover from the base of the neck to edge of the shoulders;
- Shirts must cover the back area from the base of the shirt to the back of the neck and the edge of the shoulders;
- Any clothing, make-up, hair style, hair color, or hair accessories that distracts from the educational process, and or implies group affiliation, is not permitted;
- No clothing or shoes that resemble red or blue bandana print;
- Clothing with buttons or zippers should be worn buttoned or zipped so that chest, stomach, or posterior areas are not exposed.
In case of questionable dress (not explicitly covered in these regulations), the student will be counseled by a staff member and appropriate corrective and/or disciplinary action taken, including, when necessary, a home contact seeking parental cooperation and assistance. The principal/designee shall be charged with making the determination, on an ongoing basis, if the manner of dress/grooming constitutes a threat to safety or incites students to act in such a manner as to create a clear and present danger or substantial disruption of orderly school operations.
Dress Code – Hats: The Rialto Unified School District Board of Education has adopted a policy (AR 5132a) with regard to the use of hats as sun-protective apparel:
- No ‘Do-Rags” or grooming tools may be worn on the head while on school grounds;
- No red or blue bandanas may be worn in on student’s body any place while on school grounds;
- Jackets with hoods may be worn but must be removed from the head when entering building and inside classrooms;
- Hats may be worn outside only and must be removed when entering the building;
- Hats may not be worn backwards or sideways;
- Hats or sunglasses may be worn during passing periods, lunchtime, outdoor designated events, before/after school and to/from school;
- Visors and knit caps (“beanies”) are permitted, must be worn appropriately and must be removed from the head when entering building and inside classrooms;
- Students who wear or bring hats in violation of the policy may have their hats confiscated and face disciplinary action. Confiscated items will require parent pick-up. Students who are 18 must still have a parent or guardian pick up confiscated items.
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Carter High School has partnered with a local internet business to raise funds for our ASB program in order to provide more incentives and student discounts at CHS. It’s really easy, go to www.savebabysave.com and register with your email address and location – Rialto.
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The Rialto Unified School District does not discriminate on the basis of the actual or perceived race, ethnicity, religion, color, age, national origin, political affiliation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, parental or marital status, or any other basis protected by the federal, state, or local law, ordinance, or regulation in its educational programs or employment.
Each RUSD school has an Administrator who is the 504 Coordinator. To contact the 504 Coordinator, you may contact your child's school directly or you may request the information from the DISTRICT 504 Coordinator, Angela Brantley, Director of Child Welfare and Attendance at (909) 820-7700 ext. 2352
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