Graduation Sample
Graduation News
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  • YOU ARE NOT DONE YET!

    What you need to know to be successful in academics and behavior your Senior Year! 

    Academics:

    Use Jupiter Grades to stay up on your assignments. 
    See your counselor to make sure you are on track.
    Pass your classes! Don't let senioritis get you!
    Work with your teachers to get the information you need to be successful.  
    Meet with the Counselor or Career Center Techs to review scholarship and College Application information.
     

    Behavior:  

    In order to participate in the Graduation Ceremony and other Senior activities, students MUST: 
    Have all fines paid.
    Have served all detentions.
    Be in good behavioral standing with according to the conduct code found in the student handbook.
    Have not been suspended prior to the event
     
    Graduation Ceremony Requirements
    Edison High School honors its graduating students at the annual graduation ceremony in June. Students identified as potentially not meeting graduation requirements (credit deficiency) or with behavior inconsistent with the school conduct code (behavior, academic dishonesty, and/or poor attendance) will not be invited to attend. Any graduating senior that is suspended for any reason after the senior assembly or who participates in academic dishonesty (defined on page 4) will not be allowed to participate in the graduation ceremony or Prom.
      
    Academic Dishonesty
    Academic Dishonesty: Including but not limited to receiving, discussing, using, or distributing test information; submitting work which is not entirely the student’s original work, submitting purposefully corrupt files; receiving information in any means, of any kind, during a test; falsifying information to a staff member where the student’s grade or peer’s grade benefits. 
    Consequences for Academic Dishonesty may include a combination of the following:  being placed on the No-go list, revoking privileges (inclduing participation in student activities, sporting activities, off campus lunch, dances, proms, and ceremonies), revoking of Specialized Program Status (ex/ AVID, STEM awards, chords, and sashes), alternative schedule, probation, exclusion, arrest, mandatory program reassignment, suspension and/or expulsion. Retest, a Zero for the assignment, No grade bump for AP courses or removal from the program. 
     
    Conduct in General
    Not all acts of misconduct can be itemized in this regulation. The following is a list of some of the main areas of conduct which may lead to disciplinary action such as: detention, confiscation of material, being placed on the No-go list, revoking privileges (including participation in student activities, sporting activities, off campus lunch, dances, proms, and ceremonies), revoking of Specialized Program Status (ex: AVID, STEM awards, chords, and sashes), alternative schedule, probation, exclusion, arrest, mandatory program reassignment, suspension and/or expulsion.
     
    A. Use of abuse, violence, force, noise, coercion, intimidation, fear, insubordination, or other similar conduct in a manner which constitutes an interference with school purposes or violates another’s human rights.
    B. False communication, of the presence of a bomb or other explosive.
    C. The willful causing or attempting to cause damage to personal or school property.
    D. Stealing, attempting to steal or receiving stolen personal or school property.
    E. Causing or attempting to cause (including instigation) physical injury to oneself or others.
    F. Threatening or intimidating any person for the purpose of, or with the intent of, obtaining money or anything of value from such person.
    G. Knowingly  possessing, handling or transmitting any object or material that is ordinarily or generally considered to be a weapon or dangerous object.
    H. Engaging in the use of or possession of Tobacco or the unlawful selling, using, possessing, being under the influence of or distribution of alcoholic beverages, narcotics, drugs or other controlled substances.
    I. Truancy or failure to attend assigned classes or activities. Tardiness to school, assigned classes or activities. 
    J. Using language which by school standards is considered obscene, vulgar, profane, threatening or intimidating.
    K. Defiance of or Disrespect to authority including directives by CSM, Staff, and Police.
    L.   Graffiti, gambling (including dice games whether or not money is visible as a transaction), vandalizing and littering on school grounds.
    *Edison defines participation in  categories A-L as  being a spectator to or participating in the event . This means that spectators will also be disciplined as they are contributing in creating an unsafe environment.
     
     
     
  • Year at a Glance

    Dates and activities are  subject to change.

    September:

    Senior Sunrise

    Club Rush #1

    Homecoming

     

    October:

    Senior Assembly

     

     

    November:

    Senior Pictures

     

    December:

    Winter Formal

     

    January:

    Homecoming: Basketball

    Club Rush #2

     

    February:

    Winter Formal 

      

    March:

     

     

    April:

    1st-19th: PROM Ticket Sales

    23rd: Senior Assembly/Gown Delivery

    27th: PROM 

     

    May:

    11th: Disneyland Grad Nite

    21st: Senior Awards Night

    24th: Senior Sunset (tentative)

     

    June:

    1st: Graduation