Additional AHS Behavior Expectations

  • HALL PASSES
    Students are required to have an authorized hall pass in their possession whenever they are outside of their assigned class during instructional time.

    LOCKERS
    All new students will be assigned a locker with a school lock by the Attendance Office. Students MAY NOT use a locker other than the one assigned to them. Students may have to share a locker with another student. School lockers are not theft-proof. Do not store valuables in school lockers, either in center court or in the PE area. School lockers and locks remain the property of the school and are subject to an inspection by school authorities without notification to the students. Any student using a locker not assigned to them will have the lock cut off and the locker contents placed in lost and found. Students will be required to pay for lost locks.

    LOST & FOUND
    Lost and Found is located in the Attendance Office. Items from the Lost and Found are donated at the end of each semester.

    OUTSIDE FOOD
    Students are welcome to bring any food of their choice with them to school to eat during non-instructional time. Outside food delivery (such as Door Dash, Uber Eats, etc.) is NOT allowed.

    PHONE CALLS & MESSAGES
    All office phones are reserved for business purposes. Students will not be called out of class to receive telephone calls. Emergency phone messages from a parent/guardian only, will be delivered to students in class.

    RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGES
    Students who are responsible for damage to school property are subject to disciplinary action and will be required to pay restitution damages. Vandalism is a misdemeanor or felony depending on the cost of repair or replacement. When a student is guilty of willfully destroying school property, guardians may be held liable for restitution.

    CAFETERIA
    The cafeteria and additional food carts are open during brunch and lunch each day for students to purchase food. Students can purchase food with cash or by using their student ID card (please see the website for information on how to add money to a student ID card).

    Students are eligible for reduced priced meals depending on their family size and income. An application to participate in this program is available on line at the District Web Page or contact Mrs. Franco in the Health Office.