SCHS Student Handbook

Special Homerooms

At Springfield Central High School, a number of homerooms are designed to meet the needs of students who have special interests. Students should check with their homeroom teacher to see if there is a requirement for selection into a particular homeroom. For example: ROTC, Student Government, Key Club, Gay Straight Alliance, and Best Buddies.

Eligibity For Extra Curricular Activities

Springfield Central High School expects that all pupils comply with the school’s student expectation requirements (see page 4). Attendance at school functions is a privilege. As such the Administration reserves the right to withhold these privileges if it is deemed a student is not a good school citizen. The criteria for a school citizen are included in the behavior code. In particular, "Students will behave in accordance with school rules and take responsibility for their actions." Therefore, any student owing any obligations including, but not limited to the following: office detention, suspension, fund raising money, will not participate in extracurricular activities until these issues have been resolved. These activities include, but are not limited to the following:

  1. School Dances
  2. Banquets
  3. Proms
  4. School Trips
  5. Pep Rallies
  6. Talent Shows

*Any student who does not attend school will not be allowed to attend or participate in any extracurricular activities.

In order to maintain the educational priorities at Springfield Central High School, coaches are asked to remind their students that they are expected to be first and foremost good citizens and students. Participation in a sport is a privilege which will be curtailed if there are infractions of school policies or regulations. No student athlete can participate in any sport activity while serving an internal or external suspension. A student athlete may be allowed to resume participation in sport activities after the suspension obligation has been completed.

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