Lockers

Lockers and locks are rented for your convenience. To ensure the security of personal items, keep lockers locked when
not in use. Only school-owned locks are permitted. If a lock is not working, clear the locker and immediately report the
problem to the Business Manager. Also report any locker partner exchanges to the Business Manager. Lockers are school
property and the school has the right to search a locker without notice.

Students are reminded that items of value should not be left in lockers, particularly gym lockers. The school is not
responsible for the theft of personal belongings or items from your locker(s) or your person. Electronic devices such as
Smartphones and calculators are common targets; so, students should be vigilant at all times with their property.

Locks

The use of personal locks on school lockers is not permitted. If a replacement lock is required there will be a $5.00 charge. 

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