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ELKHART INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
Office of the Superintendent
August 25, 2014
Students and Parents, Elkhart ISD:
In an attempt to portray our image of CLASS and CHARACTER to our community (as well as to our visitors and opponents), we will be adhering to stringent guideline for our Elkhart ISD students at all extracurricular events this year. We will ask this in both our APPEARANCE and in our ACTIONS.
Due to the fact that extracurricular events are school-sponsored events on school grounds, all Elkhart ISD student dress code and code of conduct regulations will be enforced by the administrators, coaches, and sponsors. Students will be asked to either sit in the bleachers, or stand in the area on the South end of the stadium. Pick-up games, running around, etc. will not be allowed inside the stadium or on school grounds (to include the softball field). Students failing to comply with code of conduct and/or dress code regulations will be asked to leave the stadium, face disciplinary actions, and forfeit game attendance privileges for the remainder of the season. Elkhart ISD students will not be allowed to go to the visitor’s side without a parent’s request and administrator approval. Any person leaving the stadium will have to re-pay to re-enter.
In accordance with University Interscholastic League regulations, we are required to provide the following in print for all students and parents:
“Only uniformed players, participants, security officers, and administrators will be allowed inside the fenced area. Any student, parent, or fan who taunts, insults, touches, abuses or harasses any player, coach, official or participant will be escorted from the premises. Depending on the severity of the offense, charges may be filed and the offender will be prohibited from upcoming events.”
Thank you for your cooperation, and we look forward to positive, sportsmanlike competition and a great year.
Ray DeSpain, Ed. D.
Elkhart ISD Superintendent
Each Local Education Agency (LEA) that receives Title I, Part A funding is responsible for disseminating the State, LEA and campus-level report cards to
1) All LEA campuses
2) To parents of all enrolled students.
3) To make the information widely available through public means such as posting on the Internet, distribution to the media, or distribution through public agencies.
Elkhart ISD will send an informative letter about the Federal Report Card home with students in addition to this posting on the district website. Also, each campus office and the central administration office will have a paper copy of the Federal Report Card available for public review by May 1, 2014. Federal Report Cards for the state, the district, and each of the district’s campuses are now available on the Texas Education Agency’s (TEA) website.
TEA has translated the Federal Report Card into Spanish, and you can access it from the following link.