Carson High ‘Senator Kick-Off’ Friday, other events next week |

Carson High ‘Senator Kick-Off’ Friday, other events next week

Carson City School District

With the first day of school fast approaching, Aug. 20, Carson High School wants all students and parents to be aware of some important back-to-school information, event dates and a new electronics policy effective this year.

CHS will host “Senator Kick-Off” Friday, Aug. 10 through the Main Entrance: Seniors 8-9 a.m.; juniors 9-10 a.m.; sophomores 10-11 a.m.

If parents have updated their students’ information in Infinite Campus, students will be able to pick up their schedule, purchase a parking space at a “special early bird discount of $20” and pick up their Chromebooks. They’ll also be able purchase an SBC sticker (required for all extra-curricular activities — free entry into home games and discounted dance tickets), pre-order yearbooks, etc.

Freshman/New Student Orientation will be held Tuesday, Aug. 14, 8–11 a.m. in the main gym. Freshmen students will be updated on life at CHS. Tours will be given along with a club fair. PE uniforms will be available for purchase ($25/per set), SBC Stickers (Student Body Stickers $25, required for all extra-curricular activities — free entry into home games and discounted dance tickets) and lockers ($10, this fee covers all four years of high school).

Parent University will also be Tuesday, Aug. 14, 8–11 a.m., upstairs in the cafeteria. Freshman parents are invited to attend an information meeting on the ins and outs of Carson High School including rules and regulations, athletics, office policies, dress code, the new electronics policy and school safety. Information booths for both students and parents will be available immediately following in Senator Square.

The school also wants to stress all parents must update their students’ Infinite Campus information each school year, which includes annual permission and consent forms in order to participate in field trips, inclusion in yearbooks and to receive Chromebooks. Parents who complete information early allows students to pick up schedules early (prior to school starting), and choose parking spaces, etc. CHS has staff available to help parents with the update process. They’re available from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Beginning this year, CHS will implement a new Electronics Policy designed to promote student safety and focus on student learning. For the safety and welfare of their students, cell phones will be permitted on campus — with limitations. However, earbuds/headphones will NOT be permitted on campus. All cell phones and wearable technology including Apple Watches will be turned off and collected during formal assessments.

Students who violate this policy may face discipline including the confiscation of their cell phones and/or earbuds/headphones. Violations of the school’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) may result in students losing the privilege of using a school Chromebook or desktop computer.