Lockers

Each student is assigned a hall locker for his/her clothing and books. Physical education lockers will also be assigned to each student. To maintain the security of personal belongings, students are advised to lock any valuables in their locker during physical education classes. No one can open the locker if it has been closed and locked properly. 

Students should not tell other students their locker combinations. Students may go to their lockers in the morning (before class), at locker break, at noon, and after school. 

All books and materials necessary for class preparation must accompany students to their morning and afternoon classes. Teachers, at their discretion, may allow a student to go to his/her locker.

It is important to note that lockers are always in shared use with the school. They are school property, and the school reserves the right to open them at any time. This may occur when we need to get materials for an absent student, when a student is absent for a clean-up, or for any other reason deemed necessary by the school. 

Locks

The use of personal locks on school lockers is not permitted. If a replacement lock is required there will be a $6 charge. 

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