Senior Announcements-c/o 2013
How do I get an official transcript?
There is a $2.00 charge per transcript.
Please submit requests at least four weeks before postmark deadline for official transcript orders requiring counselor recommendation.
Submit requests at least one week before postmark deadline for official transcript orders only-no recommendation.
1. Fill in a yellow card
2. Sign a senior ledger and place ledger number on the yellow card. This ledger number determines the order in which your request will be processed.
3. Pay $2.00 and sign the receipt sheet. NOTE: Additional fees will be necessary if you need more than 2 stamps or an envelope larger than a standard size.
4. Place the application, essay, letters of recommendation, etc. with the request. (Complete and sign all required forms)
5. Place in the transcript request box.
DO NOT request or turn in mid-year report forms. They will be asked for in February.
Students may check the yellow card file in the registrar’s office for the date the transcript was sent.
-Students transferring to another high school need to see the Registrar
-Students who graduated between 2007-2012, fill out and return the attached form.
Graduate Transcript Request
-Students who graduated prior to 2007- download the inactive records form to request a transcript.
Inactive Transcript Request
Where do I get an HISD Bus Pass?
All students riding an HISD bus to or from school must obtain a Bus Pass. The student should come to the Magnet Office (located in the library) during their lunch to get a Bus Pass. If you have further questions you may call 713-295-3715.
Where can I park?
• Students are not allowed in the parking areas or in parked cars during school hours.
• Students who park on the side streets must abide by the City of Bellaire parking regulations. Cars illegally parked or in violation of regulations are towed at the owner’s expense.
• When parking on adjacent streets, students must not block driveways and must respect the home property of the Bellaire High neighbors—no litter, no loud music, no fast or reckless driving on the neighborhood streets
• Student Parking Lot on the west end of the athletic field is open only to seniors with official permits.
-Seniors secure a parking space through a lottery. To participate in the lottery, seniors will need to show driver’s
license, car title, and proof of insurance to Mr. Monzon’s clerk. Also, each candidate’s attendance record for prior
school year will be checked. Students with excessive absences may not be permitted to participate.
- The parking fee for students who win the lottery is $75.00/year.
- The car must display an official permit.
- Cars without a permit will be towed from the senior parking lot.
TOWING FEES AND INFORMATION:
• No wrecker driver may charge over the standard price approved by the City of Bellaire.
• This fee also applies to towing within the student parking lot.
• The contact number of the towing company for cars towed from the Senior Parking Lot or any other on-campus location will be posted outside of Mr. Monzon ’s office.
• The City of Bellaire tows from all locations not on school property. Their contact number is 713-668-0487.
Questions about Parking Regulations and Towing may be directed to Mr. Monzon, 713-295-3704, firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the Dress Code?
This code establishes the minimum standard of dress. In order to maintain the proper student attire and educational spirit, students must show proper attention to personal cleanliness, health, safety, neatness of appearance, and suitability of clothing for school activities. Clothing may not be inappropriately revealing or excessively tight, or excessively baggy. Students must dress in a presentable manner that is not distracting or disruptive to their classmates or to their instructors.
•Non-prescriptive sun glasses, hats, caps, head coverings are not allowed to be worn on school grounds.
•The length of shorts, skorts, skirts and dresses must be toward the knee. Spandex or body hugging shorts and tights are restricted to the physical education or work out area, unless covered by outer clothing. Hosiery, spandex or leggings are not considered outerwear.
•All clothing must cover entire mid-riff area when standing, walking, or sitting. Low cut revealing tops are not allowed. Shirts without sleeves are not permitted. Tank tops, transparent clothing, and clothing designed to be worn as an undergarment are not permitted.
•All clothing and accessories must be free of profane, suggestive or provocative language and/or symbols, advertisement or promotion of alcohol, tobacco, or drug use, and/or reference to or association with gang activity.
•Pants and shorts must be worn at the waist. Clothing must be size appropriate. All pajama tops and bottoms or clothing that is designed for beachwear are not appropriate.
•Suspenders or overall tops must be fastened and worn on the shoulders. A shirt with sleeves must be worn under suspenders or overall tops.
•Any clothing with holes above the knees is unacceptable.
•Students must wear shoes. Sandals are permissible. House/bedroom slippers are not permitted.
•Accessories/clothing which constitutes a safety hazard is unacceptable.
•Students are expected to be in dress code at all times, including testing, finals, and field trip days.
The administration reserves the right to make the final decision regarding the appropriateness of clothing and/or accessories. Failure to comply with the dress code will result in the following discipline measures:
1st offense: Parent contact
2nd offense: Detention
3rd offense: Detention
4th offense: SRC (In school suspension)
Repeated infractions will result in out of school suspension.