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LISD Special Back to School Section (Fall 2002)

TO PARENTS AND MERCHANTS:
All textbooks are furnished free to Lubbock Independent School District students. The McDougal Littell Handwriting Program is used at the elementary level and handwriting paper should be consistent with those guidelines. The following supplies are expected to be furnished by pupils. Not all pupils in the same grade use the same supplies at the same time; therefore, the teacher's instructions should prevail.

LIST OF SUPPLIES

KINDERGARTEN
Crayons
*Scissors - sharp point
White glue - squeeze bottle
Handkerchief tissues - 1 box

FIRST GRADE
Handwriting Tablet 1 - 1/2" rulings on both sides
(81/2 x 11 1/4" midline, red baseline
Horizontal) 1/4" descender line
8 color crayons
No. 2 lead pencils - big pencil acceptable
*Scissors - sharp point
Metal-edge ruler (inch and centimeter)
White glue - squeeze bottle
Handkerchief tissues - 1 box

SECOND GRADE
Handwriting Tablet 2 - 1/2" rulings on both sides
(81/2 x 11 1/4" midline, red baseline
Horizontal) 1/4" descender line
16 color crayons
No. 2 lead pencils - regular
*Scissors - sharp point
Metal-edge ruler (inch and centimeter)
White glue - squeeze bottle
Handkerchief tissues - 1 box

THIRD GRADE
Handwriting Tablet 3 - 1/2" rulings on both sides
(81/2 x 11 1/4" midline, red baseline
Vertical) 1/4" descender line
16 color crayons
No. 2 lead pencils - regular
*Scissors - sharp point
Metal-edge ruler (inch and centimeter)
White glue - squeeze bottle
Handkerchief tissues - 1 box

FOURTH GRADE
Standard notebook paper
16 or 24 color crayons
No. 2 lead pencils - regular
*Scissors - sharp point
White glue - squeeze bottle
Ballpoint pens - as requested by teacher
Metal-edge ruler (inch and centimeter)
Handkerchief tissues - 1 box
Spiral Notebook
Highlighter

FIFTH and SIXTH GRADE
Wide-ruled notebook paper
16 or 24 crayons
No. 2 lead pencils - regular
*Scissors - sharp point
Metal-edge ruler (inch and centimeter)
White glue - squeeze bottle
Ballpoint pens - as suggested by teacher
Handkerchief tissues - 1 box
Spiral Notebook
Protractor, compass, and graph paper to be
purchased when recommended
Colored pencils for geography and geometry as recommended
Highlighter


*right or left-handed as needed
Any brand or make of recommended supplies on list will be satisfactory, provided it meets the general requirements noted.

YW-CARE
FOR AFTER SCHOOL FUN AND ADVENTURE

YW-CAre Director - Carolyn Jones
YW-CAre is a licensed child-care program providing education and recreation for elementary-age children of working parents during after-school hours in their neighborhood schools. A minimum of 10 students is required for enrollment per site.

Activities include:
Crafts o Music o Math Games o Games o Science Experiments
Homework Time o Art o Snacks o Creative Play o Sports

TIME: 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
GRADES: Pre-K thru 6th
FEES: $30.00 Annual Administrative Fee and $100.00 per month/child.
Financial Assistance is available to income eligible participants.
YW-CAre is a CCMS Provider.

Call the YWCA for more details and about starting a
YW-CAre program at your school at 792-2723
Enroll at the YWCA, 3101 35th St. or Stubbs, 3516 Toledo Ave.
Elementary schools where YW-CAre is available;
Alderson
Arnett
Bayless
Bean
Bowie
Bozeman
Brown
Dupre
Guadalupe
Harwell
Hodges
Honey
Jackson
Maedgen
McWhorter
Murfee
Overton
Parkway
Parsons
Ramirez
Rush
Smith
Stubbs
Tubbs
Waters
Wester
Wheatley
Wheelock
Williams
R. Wilson
Wolfforth
Wright

DRESS CODE

PURPOSE
The District's dress code is
established in an effort to provide a
school environment that is
conducive to learning.It also
addresses safety concerns for
students and faculty alike, as
well as instilling real world
expectations for the student body.

GENERAL GUIDELINES
Students shall be dressed and groomed in a manner that is clean and neat and thatwill not be a health or safety hazard to themselves or to others. The District prohibits any clothing or grooming that in the principal's judgment may reasonably be expectedto cause disruption of, or interference with, normal school operations.

The District prohibits pictures, symbols, emblems, or writing on clothing that:
1. are lewd, offensive, vulgar, or obscene;
2. advertise or depict tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, drugs, or any other substance as prohibited by the District;
3. refer to satanic, cult, or gang activities, including but not limited to slashed eyebrows, colored shoestrings, and web belts;
4. tattoos that depict gang symbols/letters, profanity, or inappropriate pictures must be covered;
5. the student and parent may determine the student's personal dress and grooming standards, provided that they comply with the general guidelines set out above and as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct.

SPECIFIC GUIDELINES
A. Clothing (dresses, skirts, shorts, and culottes) for elementary and secondary students must meet standards of good taste as determined by the building principal.
Camouflage clothing that is representative of fighting or gangs shall not be worn.
Oversized clothing shall not be worn.

B. Clothing that has been modified in a revealing manner shall not be allowed.
See-through/chiffon blouses may not be worn without a shirt underneath or a piece
of clothing over it.

C. Bicycle shorts shall not be worn.

D. Footwear shall be a part of regular attire. House shoes are not acceptable footwear for school.

E. Footwear with wheels is not allowed.

F. Appropriate undergarments will be worn at all times.

G. Jewelry that depicts weapons, drugs, or profanity may not be worn.

H. Student's clothing must meet and cover the student's body at all times.

I. Inappropriate headwear is not allowed.

J. The hair shall be clean, well groomed, and shall not cover the eyes. The hairstyle shall not create a classroom distraction. A variety of hairstyles shall be permitted if the following extremes are avoided:
Unusual patterns shaved, cut, or braided in hair;
Extreme color variations in the hair,
Ponytail and rat-tails (for boys), and hair longer than shoulder length (for boys)
Sideburns shall be kept trimmed so as not to form a beard, and shall not be extreme in fullness.
Mustaches shall be acceptable if neatly trimmed. Beards are not acceptable.

K. The neck opening on any type of shirt or blouse may not exceed the equivalent of the second button below the collar of a dress shirt or blouse. Underwear-type shirts such as tank tops or muscle shirts shall not be worn.

L. Male students shall not wear earrings. Students may not wear facial studs, facial rings, or
tongue bars.

VIOLATIONS
Grooming: If the principal determines that a student's grooming violates the dress code, that student shall be given an opportunity to correct the problem at school. If not corrected, the student shall be assigned to in-school suspension for the remainder of the day or until the problem is corrected.

Dress: A student whose clothing violates the dress code shall be assigned to in-school suspension either for the remainder of the day or until a parent or designee brings an acceptable change of clothing to school.

Repeated offenses may result in more serious disciplinary action. Appropriate discipline procedures will be followed in all cases.

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
The principal, in cooperation with the sponsor, coach, or other person in charge of an extracurricular activity, may regulate the dress and grooming of students who participate in the activity. Students who violate those standards may be removed or excluded from the activity for a period determined by the principal and/or sponsor and may be subject to other disciplinary action.





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