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    1. DO NOT bring your charger to school.  It should remain at home and you should charge your Chromebook every night.

    2. You SHOULD use the case that is provided for your Chromebook.  It is protective and you are responsible for any damage to the Chromebook.

    3. If you are having a problem with your Chromebook, you can go to the Library before school, during Charger Time, or after school.  Make sure you use the computer at the library counter to sign-in and explain your problem.

    4. Students should not be sent from class to have their Chromebooks repaired.

     

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    Anti-Bullying Specialists:

    Jeanette Vizoco,
    Highland High School

    Nicole Hohl,
    Timber Creek High School

    John Barnett,
    Triton High School

    District Anti-Bullying Coordinator:
    Julie Scully, 856-227-4106  

    STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION PRACTICES:

    The Board of Education shall provide equal and bias-free access for all students to all school facilities, courses, programs, and services, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, religion, disability or socioeconomic status.

    No qualified handicapped or disabled person shall, on the basis of handicap or disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits or, or be subjected to discrimination in employment or under any program, activity or vocational opportunities sponsored by this Board.

    ANNUAL PUBLIC NOTICE
    In accordance with the USDE Guidelines IV‐O, Title VI: 34 C.F.R. § 100.6 (d) this notice shall serve to advise students, parents, employees and the general public that all Career and Technical Education opportunities in the Black Horse Pike Regional High School District shall be offered to all students regardless of race, color, national origin, gender or disability. The Black Horse Pike Regional High School District will take steps to assure that the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational education programs. All program offerings and admission criteria can be found in the Black Horse Pike Regional Program of Studies Course Selection Book. 

    The following individuals are designated to coordinate compliance and handle complaints under Title IX and Section 504.

    AFFIRMATIVE ACTION TEAM:

    Julie Scully and Frank Rizzo, District
    Christine Jones and Ron Strauss, Highland
    Donetta Beatty and Rob Milavsky, Timber Creek
    Tom Ambrose and Therese Bonmanti, Triton

    TITLE IX and SECTION 504 Officer:

    Julie Scully, Director of Personnel

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    Renaissance is a national incentive program sponsored by Jostens.  At Timber Creek High School, the administration and staff seek to reward academic excellence, character and attitude and student improvement.

    Renaissance also provides recognition for Principal's List, perfect attendance, National Merit Scholars and staff recognition.

    RENAISSANCE CARD HOLDER

    PLATINUM:
    Platinum Cards will be awarded periodically throughout the year based on criteria established by the Renaissance Steering Committee. These cards may be distributed to individuals or to specific groups of students for special recognition and achievements. Some examples are as follows:

    • National Honor Society Members
    • Top Ten Students by Grade Level
    • Edward J. Bloustein Scholars
    • Team G.P.A. Winners
    • Four Quarter Gold Card Member

    GOLD:

    1. 3.5 - 4.0+ G.P.A.
    2. 2 absences/occurrences (excused or unexcused) / 1 lateness per quarter (VP discretion)
    3. No discipline referrals
    4. No failing grades
    5. Participation in a school-sponsored club, sport, service organization or a similar community-based organization approved by the school.

    BLUE:
    1. 3.0 - 3.49 G.P.A.
    2. 2 absences/occurrences (excused or unexcused) / 1 lateness per quarter (VP discretion)
    3. No discipline referrals
    4. No failing grades
    5. Participation in a school-sponsored club, sport, service organization or a similar community-based organization approved by the school.

    RED:
    1. 2.50 - 2.99 G.P.A.
    2. 2 absences/occurrences (excused or unexcused) / 1 lateness per quarter (VP discretion)
    3. No discipline referrals
    4. No failing grades
    5. Participation in a school-sponsored club, sport, service organization or a similar community-based organization approved by the school.

    WHITE:
    1. 2.00 - 2.49 G.P.A.
    2. 2 absences/occurrences (excused or unexcused) / 1 lateness per quarter (VP discretion)
    3. No discipline referrals
    4. No failing grades

    CHARGER TEAM:
    • Any student who has eliminated any and all failing grades from one quarter to the next.

    HIGH-FIVE TEAM:
    • Any student who raises his or her G.P.A. by .5 or more from one quarter to the next.

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