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COMMUNITY FOCUS GROUP SESSIONS WILL START HCS STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS focus group
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL FOR K-12 STUDENTS IS MAY 31, 2019 last day of school 2019
Infinite Campus Parent Portal Activation Parent Portal

To activate Infinite Campus Parent Portal, please complete this form:  

https://goo.gl/forms/rHLrgYygOKVFskq92

HCS TO START PAPERLESS REGISTRATION FOR THE 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR going paperless for registration

As Mrs. Morgan stated in her One-Call last night, most registration forms can be completed online as we begin preparation for the 2019-20 school year.  Find more information here.  

HCS MEDICAL CONTRACT WITH CUMBERLAND FAMILY MEDICAL BRINGS ADDITIONAL HEALTH OPPORTUNITIES TO SCHOOLS hcs and cumberland
HCS NOW HAS CENTRAL LOCATION FOR COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION Scholarship information

HCS SENIORS - We are compiling scholarship information on one easy-to-use website.  

HCS STUDENTS WILL BENEFIT FROM CREATIVE PARTNERSHIP WITH HARDIN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY HCS HCPL LOGO

The Hardin County Schools / Hardin County Public Library partnership has a tradition of success for students.  These digital library cards will open new doors for students and enhance that already strong partnership. 

18-19 Dress Code NMS Dress Code

If a student’s dress and appearance is, in the opinion of school authorities, inappropriate for our school environment, the student will be instructed to correct the problem before attending class.

  • Jeans, khakis, capris or equivalent are acceptable
  • Shorts, skirts, or dresses no shorter than 3 inches above the knee (leggings, hose, or tights do not alter the required length)
  • No holes 3 inches above the knee, tears or fraying
  • No loungewear/pajamas at any time
  • May not promote drugs, alcohol, cigarettes, violence, gangs or vulgarity
  • No inappropriate or suggestive wording or pictures
  • Shirts and tops must have sleeves.  Bare midriffs, sheer or see through clothing, bare backs, off the shoulder tops, tank tops, jerseys, and shirts with cut out sleeves are not allowed
  • No tops revealing cleavage or undergarments
  • Shorts and pants should be worn at the waistline (no sagging)
  • No chains or finger gloves
  • Belts must be through the belt loops and not hanging
  • No bandanas (not even as headbands), do rags, picks, combs, or brushes in the hair
  • No head coverings to include hats, hoods, etc.
  • Slides and flip flops are acceptable, but house shoes are not

 

If a staff member feels that a clothing style is in violation of the dress code or substantially disruptive to the education process, these procedures will take place: student will alter the style or call the parent/guardian for a change of clothes. 

The right to wear particular types of clothing may be taken away from students who violate the dress policy.  Our dress code is based upon common sense and reason.  If you are in doubt concerning what may or may not be worn to school, please ask a staff member.  

SAFE SCHOOL HELPLINE OFFERS CONFIDENTIAL REPORTING TOOL TO STUDENTS, PARENTS & COMMUNITY safe school helpline graphic

We strongly encourage everyone to tell school or district staff about safety issues, however, some people feel more comfortable doing that in a confidential manner.  There is a way to do that now.  

Classroom Policy on Backpacks Backpack policy for 18-19 SY

NO BACKPACKS IN CLASSROOMS

2018-2019 SCHOOL YEAR

 

Students are allowed to bring backpacks to school, BUT backpacks must stay in the lockers during the school day. Students are only allowed to bring cinch-type bags into the classroom.

 

backpack                               cinch bag