Secondary Campus Principal:
(512) 273-2522 EXT 1302
As required by law, a person at each campus must be designated to serve as the campus behavior coordinator. The designated person may be the principal or any other campus administrator selected by the principal. The campus behavior coordinator is primarily responsible for maintaining student discipline. The District shall post on its website, and in the Student Handbook for each campus, the email address and telephone number of the person serving as campus behavior coordinator. For the MISD secondary campus, please contact Principal Gina Sanders. Her contact information is listed above.
Here’s a quick summary of important information shared at the secondary open house. Please email Gina Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions:
- Gates in front of the high school will be locked from 7:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Students arriving late will need to check in at Central Office for a tardy slip. All high school student drivers will park in the elementary parking lot.
- All exterior and interior doors will be locked during instructional time. Students will travel between classes through the BACK doors of middle and high school buildings. Parents and students on campus will be escorted between buildings during class time. The campus administrator will monitor students outside of the classroom during class time for reason and frequency.
- Corina Nuby, high school administrative assistant, will be housed in Central Office. Parents will need to park at the elementary parking lot and check in with Mrs. Nuby to pickup or drop off students between 7:45 a.m. and 3:45 p.m. Parent visitors will need to check in with Corina and receive a visitors’s badge when on campus.
- Students will have the ability to request a schedule change beginning Wednesday, August 17th. Students must have a parent’s signature. The deadline for schedule changes is Friday, August 19th @ 3:45 p.m.
- Dress Code Update. NO HEAD COVERINGS can be worn inside or outside the buildings during the school day. It is necessary to be able to identify students on campus from a distance. Students may have any color of hair.
- All skin should b e covered from mid-thigh to armpits and shoulders should be covered with something wider than one inch with proper undergarments covered.
- Piercings are allowed (small, no gauges)
- Tattoos larger than three inches in diameter or having inappropriate language or images should be covered at all times.
- Please read the Food and Drink Policy for secondary students.
- Parents may purchase insurance for their child’s Chromebook for $28.00 per person per year. The insurance covers damage to the Chromebook and a one-time loss of the charger.
- Parking Permits. In order to receive a parking permit, students need to provide a copy of a valid driver’s license and must have a current certificate of insurance on file. Parking permits MUST be displayed on the rearview mirror.