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«LOUISVILLE MALE HIGH SCHOOL 2016/2017 REGISTRATION INFORMATION Welcome to the Home of the Bulldogs!!! This information has been designed ...»

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LOUISVILLE MALE HIGH SCHOOL

2016/2017

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Welcome to the Home of the Bulldogs!!!

This information has been designed especially for you! Everything you need to know about registration is

included:

• Registration Dates

Seniors Tuesday, August 2 8:30 am - 11:00 am

Juniors Tuesday, August 2 12:00 am - 3:00 pm Sophomores Wednesday, August 3 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm Freshmen Friday, August 5 8:30 am - 11:15 am (Last Names A thru L) 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm (Last Names M thru Z)

• Freshmen Social Thursday, August 4 5:00 pm (Optional)

• Camp Bulldog Thursday, August 4 6:00 pm (Required)

Other information includes:

• Registration Fees

• On-Line Registration

• Summer Reading Assignments

• Dress Code

• Senior/Junior Student Parking Permits

• Athletics

• Address Changes

• PTSA (Membership and SBDM Parent Election Information) If you have an incoming freshman to LMHS, be sure to read the important information under “Freshmen, Class of 2020”.

To learn more about Louisville Male High School, visit our school website at:

http://www.jefferson.kyschools.us/Schools/High/Male/index.html Don’t forget, the first day of class begins on August 10th.

STUDENT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

REGISTRATION DAY

1. Student will register on their assigned registration day.

2. Student will receive their “Schedule Request,” not their actual schedule.

3. Student Locker will be issued.

4. Student Fees will be paid using one of the options below 5. Student Fees are charged according to Schedule Request Option 2 – Student Spirit Card - $225

Option 1 (Student Fees paid a’la carte):

Cost is $225 (Valued at $300) a. Registration Fee 9, 10, 11, 12 $10.00

What this card covers:

b. English Classes 9, 10, 11, 12 $10.00 a. Registration fee c. Math Classes 9, 10, 11, 12 $ 5.00

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Procedure

1. Online Registration can be accessed thru the parent portal

2. Only Spirit Cards can be purchased using the online registration process

3. The cost of a Spirit Card is $225

4. Juniors will also pay for their PSAT Test online when purchasing the Spirit Card. Cost of the test will be an additional $18.00

5. Junior and Senior Parking permits must be purchased in person on your regular registration day in the cafeteria

6. Junior and Seniors bring your printed PAID receipt to the CAFETERIA on your regular registration day to purchase your parking permit, obtain your locker and pick up your student planner.

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7. Sophomores bring your printed PAID receipt to the CAFETERIA on your regular registration day to obtain your locker and pick up your student planner

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8. If you use online registration, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO STAND IN THE LINE IN THE SMALL GYM for any reason on your regular registration day

9. If you purchase a spirit card for your upperclassman and want to purchase a spirit card for your freshman, the $25 discount will be taken at Freshman Registration. Bring the paid receipt from online registration and present at fee table.

10. If you choose Online Registration you do not have to come on your regular registration day. You can wait until the first day of school to get your parking permit, locker and student planner.

11. Gold Cards for parents/adults can be purchased thru the online registration process too. The cost is $75.

The $25 discount will apply if a Spirit Card is purchased. Any Gold Card(s) purchased will be sent home with your student.

12. Spirit Cards will be printed and given to students after school starts.

ATHLETIC INFORMATION

John Kelsey, AD (Returns July 7) Office (502) 485-8972 john.kelsey@jefferson.kyschools.us PARTICIPATION & TRYOUTS

In order to participate in any sport in Jefferson County Public Schools, a student must be in accordance with the following:

Students must be on the proper grade level and in compliance with all KHSAA bylaws regarding eligibility. If you have any questions, please contact the Athletic Director.

Students must have a properly completed physical and parent permission forms on file with the coach or AD before they are allowed to tryout or practice. If you have any questions, please contact the Coach or AD. Physicals are valid for 1 calendar year from the date physical was given.

PHYSICAL FORMS Physical forms can be picked up at Male in the Main Office or can be accessed at www.jcpsathletics.com. FORMS WILL NOT BE MAILED HOME.

DEAD PERIOD June 25 thru July 9 is referred as the “Dead Period”, where students may NOT receive coaching or training from school coaches/personnel or use school facilities/equipment. Student-athletes are encouraged to take vacations during this time.





TEAM CONTACTS th Fall Sports (Begins July 15 )-Email coaches for information

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Dress Code Standards The following guidelines apply for Louisville Male High School students and for students representing LMHS in any activity as a member of a team or organization. All students will follow the dress code listed below.

Students who come to school violating the LMHS dress code will not be allowed to attend class or circulate through the school until their attire is corrected. Further, detention, ISAP, and other consequences may be assigned as disciplinary measures.

Shirts: Male High School approved t-shirt, Oxford style shirt, or Polo style shirt, solid colors with Male logo or no logo. Shirt must be tucked in at all times and fit appropriately.

Slacks: Slacks must be uniform style, made of cotton twill and solid color khaki (tan), navy or black. Slacks must fit appropriately.

Slacks must have belt loops, belts must be solid color and worn at all times. (No drawstring belts) Note: No jeggings, no elastic at the bottom, no yoga pants, capris.

Skirts: No skirts will be allowed, unless administrator exemption is applied for and approved.

Sweatshirts, Pullovers, Quarter Zip, Full Zip Sweats: Male High Campus Store issued or team issued approved by administration.

(No hoodies). If a student removes a sweatshirt, they must be in dress code, i.e., Male High School approved t-shirt, polo or oxford shirt is to be worn and tucked in at all times and fit appropriately.

Shoes and Socks: Oxfords, athletic, loafers, boat shoes, toms or flats, whole foot, toe and heel must be covered. Shoelaces must be tied and straps must be fastened.

Note: No sandals, flip flops, slippers, house shoes, clogs, mules, Uggs, moccasins or boots. Socks must be worn at all times.

Earrings: Males may not wear earrings. Females may wear only two earrings in each ear.

Note: No cuffs, gauges or bars allowed in ears. No visible body tattoos or tongue piercings, or nose piercings are allowed.

Hair/Personal Grooming: Hair, teeth and nails must be clean and neat at all times. Dental grills are not allowed.

Hairstyles that are extreme, distracting, or attention getting, will not be permitted. Hair must be a natural hair color. No attention getting, contrasting colors.

ONLY Females my wear headbands Male’s hair length should be no more than 3” and cannot touch the ears, top of the shirt collar, or eyebrows.

Cut-in designs are not permissible. Males may not wear ponytails or man buns. Sideburns may not extend below the earlobe.

Bandanas are not allowed.

Shaving: No facial hair is allowed unless a doctor’s note is provided. If permitted, it must be neatly trimmed.

Outerwear: Outerwear (jackets, coats, vests) and all headwear must be removed within the building.

Outerwear may be worn, removed upon arrival, and stored in the locker in the morning. Outerwear may be carried to the student’s last class, but may not be worn in class.

Spirit Day (the last day of each week): Male High T-shirts or Campus Store issued Sweatshirts, approved Team Wear; Pullovers or Quarter Zip may be worn with jeans. Jeans should be a plain style solid black or blue denim jean with no holes.

Jeans must be worn at the waist and to the ankle. Stitching/decoration on jeans limited to rear pocket only.

Teams/Organizations may wear official T-shirts or sweatshirts (no hoodies) that have been approved by the Administration.

Note: No jeggings, rolled jeans or attention getting styles.

The Dress Code prohibits the following in the building: Clothing of any type that is unusual, vulgar, attention getting, or distracting. Clothing with logos hand-painted or unauthorized designs. Clothing that is torn, has holes, patches. Keys hanging from the neck/ Oversized necklaces and charms. Hats, caps, hoods, gloves, distracting chains, bandanas or Sunglasses. Any items, or appearances, that are distracting and not representing traditional dress will be considered a dress code violation subject to the discretion of the Administration.

SUMMER READING REQUIREMENTS

AND READING ASSIGNMENTS

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1. All Seniors MUST register on Tuesday, August 2, anytime between 8:00 – 11:00 a.m.

2. Student Registration fees must be paid at registration. Textbooks will not be issued unless fees are paid.

See Fee Schedule.

3. If you register using Online Registration and purchase a Spirit Card, see Page 3 “Online Registration”.

4. Student ID pictures will be taken after school begins.

5. Senior Student Parking Permits can be purchased in the Cafeteria from 8:00 – 11:00 a.m ONLY. Student

MUST be present. Please bring the following information with you (See form at end of this packet):

§ $25.00 (cash or check) § Drivers’ License (not permit) § Make, Model and Year of Vehicle § License plate number of vehicle

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

1. SENIOR PICTURE INFORMATION

-Deadline for submission is September 21, 2016

-See Information Sheet at end of this packet

-Students are allowed to use any photographer

-Male High School dress code must be followed (See information sheet for specifics)

-Signature Studios will take your Senior yearbook picture at NO Cost. Call 896-1393.

-See Tip Sheet for Photographer at end of this packet 2. SENIOR BABY/BUDDY AD FOR YEARBOOK

-Ads submitted to Yearbook Staff must be received by October 26, 2016.

-Ads submitted Online to jostensyearbooks.com must be placed by December 16, 2016.

-See Information Form at end of this packet

-Baby/Buddy Ads priced as follows:

o $40 Business Card size (50 word limit, 1 picture) o $60 ¼ page (50 word limit, 1-3 pictures) o $90 ½ page (50 word limit, 1-5 pictures) o $150 Full page (10-15 pictures)

MARK YOUR CALENDAR:

College and Career Expo Senior Grad Fair Senior Prom September 18, 2016 October 2016 May 2017 1. All Juniors MUST register on Tuesday, August 2, anytime between 12:00-3:00 p.m.

2. Student Registration fees must be paid at registration. Textbooks will not be issued unless fees are paid.

See Fee Schedule.

3. If you register using Online Registration and purchase a Spirit Card, see Page 3 “Online Registration”.

4. Student ID pictures will be taken after school begins.

5. Junior Student Parking Permits can be purchased in the Cafeteria from 12:00-3:00 p.m. ONLY. Student

MUST be present. Please bring the following information with you (See Form at end of this packet):

§ $25.00 (cash or check) § Drivers’ License (not permit) § Make, Model and Year of Vehicle § License plate number of vehicle

MARK YOUR CALENDAR:

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All Sophomores MUST register on Wednesday, August 3rd, anytime between 12:00 - 3:00 p.m.

1.

2. Student Registration fees must be paid at registration. Textbooks will not be issued unless fees are paid.

See Fee Schedule on back page.

3. If you register using Online Registration and purchase a Spirit Card, see Page 3 “Online Registration”.

4. Student ID pictures will be taken after school begins.

Camp Bulldog Camp Bulldog is an informational meeting for incoming Freshmen and their parents. It’s a great opportunity for parents and students to discover what is expected of them while attending Louisville Male High School.

Those that don’t attend typically don’t make the successful transition to Male.

All Freshmen and at least one parent must attend Camp Bulldog on Thursday, August 4, 6:00 p.m.

There is a Freshmen Student Social at 5:00 pm in the Small Gym which is sponsored by our PTSA. Students can come early to catch up with old friends and meet new ones. Parents are also welcome!

Registration Day

1. All Freshmen must register on Friday, August 5th at the following times:

Last names A through L Last Names M through Z (Anytime Between) 8:30 am -- 11:15 am (Anytime Between) 12:30 pm – 3:15 pm

2. Student Registration fees must be paid at registration. See Fee Schedule.

3. Student ID pictures will be taken after school begins.

4. Students do not have to wear their uniform to registration.

Other Helpful Information:

-Students must report at their assigned time

-Registration begins in the Small Gym, allow approximately 1.5 hours

-Remember, “Anytime Between” the hours listed- this means you do not have to come at 8:30, if you wait until 9:30 or 10:00, wait times may be shorter.

-If your student has qualified for free/reduced lunch, please bring the approval letter with you and present to cashier BEFORE transaction begins

-LMHS Attire will be available to purchase in our Campus Store or in the Cafeteria



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