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    Summer Creek High School students will be required to wear photo ID badges.  These badges will help us with student safety and security.  Visible photo identification will help each campus assure that everyone in the building is supposed to be on that campus, both students and staff.  In addition, the ID badges can be used in the cafeteria, library, with textbooks, and more.  The badges were created during back-to-school camps.  These badges will be worn around the neck on a lanyard or clipped to the outermost garment in the central sternum area so that they are visible.  There is no cost to students for the original ID badge, but should a student lose or damage his/her badge, there will be a replacement fee.
    Replacement Fees
    $1 - Lanyards/ Plastic Cover
    $1 - Temporary ID Badge
    $5 - ID Badge
    Temporary ID Badges
    If a student reports to school without an ID Badge, they should proceed to their house secretary for a temporary badge.   Students will be charged $1 or an infraction for a temporary.  If the student takes care of this before the first class of the day, they will not receive an infraction.  However, if they wait to take care of this at any time after that first tardy bell, they will be charged an infraction (infractions are tardies, dress code violations, and identification).  On the fourth infraction, students begin receiving consequences.
    "Readiness" Expectations and Infractions/Detentions
    At Summer Creek High School, all “Readiness Infractions” (Tardy to School, Tardy During the Day, and Dress Code/ID violations) are combined into one category and one consequence schedule, which are enforced from each House's desk at the beginning of each period. Each time a student is in violation, a Readiness Infraction is entered, and a Detention is issued every 4th Infraction. Once a Detention is issued, students are required to make a call to their guardian immediately, and the school will follow up with additional communication soon thereafter. All Detentions are 60 minutes in length. Once assigned a Detention, students will have one week to serve that time, according to the schedules posted around the school, before the next more severe consequence is automatically triggered: A missed D-Hall results in a Saturday School, and a missed Saturday School results in a referral and AP Conference with 1 Day of ISS as the minimum consequence.  Infractions will be totaled for the entire semester before being wiped clean. Attendance records will be updated manually to reflect all situations in which the student was tardy to class based on these "sweep" records.