• Four (4) tardies will result in detention. Detention will run from 2:15 to 3:30 PM. Students in detention must have a ride home or walk off campus immediately after detention is over. Students in detention are not eligible to wait until the activity bus arrives. If you are late to detention or if you miss detention, it will result in a Class II (2) Referral (2.25 - ZZZ Refusal to Attend or Participate in Other Previously Assigned Discipline).
    • Five (5) tardies will result in In-School-Suspension Program (ISSP) and/or other available options.
    • Accumulation of tardies shall be on a nine-week grading period.
    • SPECIAL NOTE: REPEATED INFRACTIONS of the Code of Student Conduct in school and/or on the school bus will be considered willful disobedience and/or open defiance of authority resulting in possible suspension or expulsion from school and/or the school bus for the remainder of the school year or a specific period of time. Such patterns of behavior will also warrant consideration for enrollment at one of the district’s alternative education centers for students in grades 4 through 12.

    Click here to access the CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2022 - 2023

  • Bell and Lunch Schedules 2022 - 2023


    Regular Schedule

    1st & 5th     

    2nd & 6th   

    3rd & 7th   

    4th & 8th

    7:15AM – 8:45AM (90 min)

    8:50AM – 10:20AM (90 min)

    10:25AM – 12:25PM (120 min)

    12:30PM – 2:00PM (90 min)

    Regular Lunch Schedule 

    1st Lunch


    2nd Lunch


    3rd Lunch


    10:35AM – 11:05AM (30 min) 


    11:15AM – 11:45AM (30 min) 

    B-Wing & Art

    11:55AM – 12:25PM (30 min) 

    C-Wing, Aero, Band, & Tech

    Early Release Schedule 

    1st & 5th     

    2nd & 6th

    2nd & 6th


    3rd & 7th   

    4th & 8th

    7:15AM – 8:00AM (45 min)

    8:05AM – 8:50AM (45 min)

    8:50AM – 9:20AM (30 min)

    Wellness Wednesday

    9:25AM – 11:25AM (120 min)

    11:30AM – 12:15PM (45 min)

    Early Release Lunch Schedule 

    1st Lunch

    2nd Lunch

    3rd Lunch

    9:35AM – 10:05AM (30 min) 

    10:15AM – 10:45AM (30 min) 

    10:55AM – 11:25PM (30 min) 

    Pep Rally Bell Schedule

    1st & 5th     

    2nd & 6th

    3rd & 7th   

    4th & 8th

    Pep Rally

    7:15AM – 8:20AM (65 min)

    8:25AM – 9:30AM (65 min)

    9:35AM - 11:35AM (120 min)

    11:40AM - 12:45PM (65 min)

    12:45PM – 2:00PM (75min)

    Pep Rally Lunch Schedule 

    1st Lunch

    2nd Lunch

    3rd Lunch

    9:45 AM – 10:15 AM (30 min)

    10:25 AM – 10:55 AM (30 min)

    11:05 AM – 11:35 AM (30 min)

  • Reasons Being on Time Matters: The Importance of Punctuality

    Like it or not, being on time matters. In fact, it matters a lot. It communicates to others whether they can trust and rely on you. It gives others insight into how you view them and how you view yourself. Being chronically late can have countless unintended consequences, and it’s a seemingly small thing that can have a huge and lasting negative effect on your future. By contrast, learning the importance of punctuality – or being consistently on-time, or even early – is an incredibly simple way to set yourself apart from the crowd. It allows you to make an instant good impression, and it can help you reach your goals faster by helping others see you as someone worth listening to.

    There is no excuse for being late. Barring true emergencies, being on time is completely within your control. Taking ownership of your time, knowing the importance of punctuality, and choosing never to be late again, is one easy thing you can do to change your life and future for the better.

    In case you still need reasons to be on time, here are 7 big ones:

    1. Being Late Weakens Your Position: When you’re late, you’re starting off on the wrong foot. You may also be stressed and scattered, which may make the other person question their choice to work with you. When you know the importance of punctuality, it puts you in the driver’s seat. Being on time helps you be cool, calm, and collected, and you make a great impression by showing the other person you respect their valuable time. By arriving early, you allow yourself a few extra minutes to get prepared.
    2. When You’re Not on Time, You’re Stealing: If time is money, then by arriving five minutes late you’ve just stolen something of value from the other person. The other person feels like they’ve already given you something, so they’re not going to be as likely to give you more. Being on time instantly makes the person feel valued and appreciative, which could make them more open to your wants and needs.
    3. Being Late Communicates a Lot…and None of it is Good: Being late tells others a lot about you, your integrity, and your respect for other people. It tells them you think your time is more important than theirs, and whatever you are doing is more important than what they could be doing. It shows disrespect and disregard, and it tells the other person you’re totally unreliable, careless, and disorganized. Being on time tells others that you’re trustworthy, considerate, and prepared. You’re showing them they are important to you and you are bringing your A-game. 
    4. There’s No Good Excuse: Other than a real emergency – and no, sleeping late and traffic don’t count – being on time is 100% within your control, and it’s easy! Sure, staying on schedule does take some planning and organization, but compared to almost every other challenge you could face at work, being on time is a cakewalk. Being late is like shooting yourself in the foot. Being on time is an incredibly simple way to impress others, make people like you, and make yourself look good. Why wouldn’t you do it?
    5. Being Late Wastes Time: When you’re late, you’re not buying yourself a few “extra minutes” you’re throwing away those minutes on things that could have been accounted for with a little planning. Being late often forces you to do extra work by having to make up work and catch up on notes when you can’t finish your whole agenda, or by slowing you down on a project because you haven’t organized your thoughts ahead of time. Knowing the importance of punctuality, on the other hand, saves you time. Good time management makes you more efficient, which means you can be finished with school work at reasonable time and make it to your practice and extra curricular activities.
    6. Being Late Wastes Money: Ever miss a flight or a show because you were running late? Ever have to a reconnection fee because you paid your phone bill late? Did you know daycares charge you by the minute when parents don’t pick up their kid on time? Being late can lead to some costly mistakes. Always being on time can save you from a wide variety of late fees and penalties, and it can help you catch those precious first-come, first-served opportunities.
    7. Being Late Makes You Scatterbrained: The stress you feel when you’re constantly running late interferes with your ability to make decisions, think and speak clearly, perform with precision, and get things done with a winning attitude. By being on time, you’re able to start meetings, projects, and your work day clear-headed and free from the nagging emotional distractions.


    Being on time doesn’t come naturally to everyone, but it doesn’t have to. Even those of us who struggle with punctuality will admit that being on time just takes a little planning, and most importantly, admitting to ourselves that being on time matters. Just think about it. When you really care about being somewhere on time, you’re able to make it happen. Right? That’s because the biggest trick for improving your time management isn’t a trick at all. It’s just knowing the importance of punctuality.