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WEEK TWELVE
Monday, October18, 2021 - Teacher Planning Day (Student Holiday)

UPDATED OCTOBER TITLE I CALENDAR
Updated (10:18:21) Parent & Family Engagement Calendar - October 2021 (UPDATED)

PARENT UPDATES FOR OCTOBER
Parent Updates for October 1
Parent Updates for October 2
Achieve3000©
All students should engage the Achieve3000© platform at least 200 minutes per week. This platform is designed to increase students' literacy skills. Moreover, it supports the identification of students' lexile© scores. These score correspond with a grade level equivalency. Students are automatically assigned reading level articles that continuously tracks their progress and assigns articles that correspond with their lexile© growth. Please support and monitor your student's engagement with Achieve3000©.

HOMECOMING PREPARATION
October 25th – October 28th
   Theme: An Enchanted Evening
Monday, October 25, 2021
Old School Song of the Day
(The first teacher to send Mrs. Tubman-Lagardere an email with the correct
song title will be the winner.)
**Decorate Your Door Contest**
(Teachers & students will decorate their doors using the theme: An Enchanted Evening.
Winner will receive a prize.)

Virtual Coronation – 9:30 a.m.
Dress Code: 90’s Day
(Dress in clothes worn in 90’s.)

Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Old School Song of the Day
**Decorate Your Door Contest**
(Teachers & students will decorate their classroom doors using the theme: An Enchanted Evening.
Winner will receive a prize.)

Dress Code: Pajama Day
(No linguerie. No boxers. No Boy Cut Shorts. Your entire body MUST be covered. Outfit MUST have sleeves.)

Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Old School Song of the Day
Royal Brunch – Homecoming Court
Homecoming Parade (Assemble at Old Wayfield Supermarket Parking Lot on Riverdale Road)
**Decorate Your Door Contest**
5:10 p.m. – Parade Line Up Begins
5:30 p.m. – Parade Begins
Dress Code: Character/Meme Day
(Dress as your favorite character/celebrity.)

Thursday, October 28, 2021
Old School Song of the Day
Homecoming Football Game
(North Clayton vs. Mt. Zion)
(Southern Crescent Stadium @ 7:30 p.m.)
**Judging – Decorate Your Door Contest **
(Winning door will be announced on Monday.)
Dress Code: Spirit Day – Rep Your School
(Wear your BLUES or North Clayton shirts)



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WEEK ELEVEN
-FALL BREAK-

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WEEK TEN
ELBC Day
Friday, October 8, 2021
Extending Learning Beyond the Classroom (ELBC)
Students will work independently and virtually from home.


Title I October Calendar

Parent & Family Engagement Calendar - October 2021 (revised)

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WEEK NINE
NCHS Annual Title I Meeting
Monday, September 27, 2021 @ 6:00PM
(https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86534049819)

Senior Class Pictures
Monday (September 27, 2021) is the final day for Senior Photos. Please email Ms. D. Anderson (dahshi.anderson@clayton.k12.ga.us) directly if you do not have a time slot.

CCPS to Offer Site Based Vaccination Clinics
Click Here for Secondary Site-Based Vaccination Clinic Information

Click Here for the CCPS Vaccine Clinic Parent Letter and Schedule

Click Here to Register Your Child for the Vaccination

NCHS Advisement 180©
Our students are required to engage in a 90 minute Advisement Session twice a month. This week begins our initiation and first session. These advisement sessions are designed to give our students a solid pathway for understanding their journey through high school and for meeting their post-secondary options goal(s).

Friday, October 1, 2021 @ 10:30AM
(https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84093737821)


AGENDA

School-wide Student Advisement: "SCAN ME"
Who Am I?
Where Am I Going?
How Am I Doing?
What Are My Next Steps?
Required Tools: Post-Secondary Option Advisement Sheet, Transcript, Transcript Evaluation Form

Student Dress Code (Grace Period Ends - Progressive Discipline Begins)
"HIGH SCHOOL DRESS AND GROOMING STANDARD"

With the exception of those participating in a School Choice or Magnet program, high school students will not be required to wear an assigned uniform; however, they must dress appropriately and adhere to the dress code guidelines described below.
UNACCEPTABLE ATTIRE: Students are not allowed to wear clothing, jewelry (including body piercing jewelry and “grills”), buttons, haircuts, tattoos, or other attire or markings which are offensive, suggestive, disruptive, or indecent such as:

  • Clothing associated with gangs
  • Clothing encouraging the use of tobacco, drugs, alcohol, or violence
  • Clothing associated with discrimination on the basis of age, color, handicap, national origin, sexual
    orientation, marital status, race, religion, or sex
  • Clothing exposing the upper chest cleavage, torso or buttocks or upper thighs such as see through
    garments, mini-skirts or mini-dresses, halters, backless dresses, tube tops or tank tops with out over
    shirts, spaghetti strap garments without over shirts, bare midriff outfits, or shirts tied at the midriff (Crop Tops)
  • Clothing that is intentionally altered or ill-fitted garments are not acceptable. Ill-fitted garments
    include, but are not limited to, garments that are too small or too large, unduly oversized or
    undersized, or skin-tight
  • Transparent, mesh, or see through clothing
  • Clothing must be completely buckled, belted, buttoned, or fastened; no sagging
  • Cut, frayed or torn clothing with holes or patched holes
  • Sleeveless shirts for boys
  • No towels, wash cloths, or handkerchiefs are to be carried to school or used at school with exception
    of physical education class
  • Clothing or outer garments traditionally designed as undergarments such as boxer shorts, bloomers,
    tights, hosiery, and sleepwear
  • Clothing or footwear that is construed by the principal or designee as hazardous or dangerous to the
    health of the students or others
  • Hats, headgear, or any head covering, except when approved by the principal
    OUTER GARMENTS:
    The dress and grooming standard for high school students shall not prohibit students from wearing coats, jackets, sweaters, or other appropriate outer garments when necessary due to weather conditions or for other legitimate reasons and shall be the appropriate size for the student, shall not be overly baggy, not violate any other provisions of this protocol.
Long overcoats or sweaters that might serve to conceal contraband shall be removed immediately upon arrival at the school or function.
OTHER ITEMS
  • Belts are required with no sagging of pant
  • Jean that are ripped below the pocket and expose any part of the skin below the pocket are not
    permitted.
  • Flip-flops, shower shoes, skate shoes and house slippers are not permitted.
  • No headgear of any kind is allowed. (Exceptions will be considered in the case of headwear or scarves
    worn as a part of a student’s religious practice or for documented medical reasons) DESIGN, EMBLEM OR LETTERING
  • Any design, emblem or lettering which refers to or promotes drugs, alcohol, profanity, immodesty or racial, ethnic or sexual discrimination is not allowed.
  • No graphic, pictures, or writing on clothing shall be permitted except as part of an insignia.
  • Any design, emblem or lettering should be no larger than 4 inches by 4 inches.


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WEEK EIGHT
CCPS to Offer Site Based Vaccination Clinics
Click Here for Secondary Site-Based Vaccination Clinic Information

Click Here for the CCPS Vaccine Clinic Parent Letter and Schedule

Click Here to Register Your Child for the Vaccination


Title I Updated September Calendar
Parent & Family Engagement Calendar- September 2021 (revised)

Senior Class Pictures
September 24 & 27, 2021
(Time Slots Will Be Shared This Week)

Student Norms and Expectations

Student Norms and Expectations

  • Be On Time for each class period.
  • Be Prepared for each instructional lesson.
  • Be Respectful to your peers and your teachers.
  • Be Engaged to ensure that you are maximizing your opportunities to learn.
  • ALL conflict must be reported to the nearest adult IMMEDIATELY. Never debate or Argue with peers/adults. Our first line of expectation is to IGNORE and REPORT!
  • If the teacher engages you in a live video session, your CAMERA MUST BE ON AT ALL TIMES.
  • Your actions are subject to the CCPS code of conduct. Violations could remove you from the virtual sessions, suspension or a referral to the Student Tribunal Office.
  • Attendance is taken during each period everyday.
  • Your Counselor is available via their GoogleClassroom© and REMIND© for support and advisement.
  • Any abuse of technology and cyber platforms will be addressed at the highest level of discipline.


Student Dress Code
"HIGH SCHOOL DRESS AND GROOMING STANDARD"

With the exception of those participating in a School Choice or Magnet program, high school students will not be required to wear an assigned uniform; however, they must dress appropriately and adhere to the dress code guidelines described below.
UNACCEPTABLE ATTIRE: Students are not allowed to wear clothing, jewelry (including body piercing jewelry and “grills”), buttons, haircuts, tattoos, or other attire or markings which are offensive, suggestive, disruptive, or indecent such as:

  • Clothing associated with gangs
  • Clothing encouraging the use of tobacco, drugs, alcohol, or violence
  • Clothing associated with discrimination on the basis of age, color, handicap, national origin, sexual
    orientation, marital status, race, religion, or sex
  • Clothing exposing the upper chest cleavage, torso or buttocks or upper thighs such as see through
    garments, mini-skirts or mini-dresses, halters, backless dresses, tube tops or tank tops with out over
    shirts, spaghetti strap garments without over shirts, bare midriff outfits, or shirts tied at the midriff (Crop Tops)
  • Clothing that is intentionally altered or ill-fitted garments are not acceptable. Ill-fitted garments
    include, but are not limited to, garments that are too small or too large, unduly oversized or
    undersized, or skin-tight
  • Transparent, mesh, or see through clothing
  • Clothing must be completely buckled, belted, buttoned, or fastened; no sagging
  • Cut, frayed or torn clothing with holes or patched holes
  • Sleeveless shirts for boys
  • No towels, wash cloths, or handkerchiefs are to be carried to school or used at school with exception
    of physical education class
  • Clothing or outer garments traditionally designed as undergarments such as boxer shorts, bloomers,
    tights, hosiery, and sleepwear
  • Clothing or footwear that is construed by the principal or designee as hazardous or dangerous to the
    health of the students or others
  • Hats, headgear, or any head covering, except when approved by the principal
    OUTER GARMENTS:
    The dress and grooming standard for high school students shall not prohibit students from wearing coats, jackets, sweaters, or other appropriate outer garments when necessary due to weather conditions or for other legitimate reasons and shall be the appropriate size for the student, shall not be overly baggy, not violate any other provisions of this protocol.
Long overcoats or sweaters that might serve to conceal contraband shall be removed immediately upon arrival at the school or function.
OTHER ITEMS
  • Belts are required with no sagging of pant
  • Jean that are ripped below the pocket and expose any part of the skin below the pocket are not
    permitted.
  • Flip-flops, shower shoes, skate shoes and house slippers are not permitted.
  • No headgear of any kind is allowed. (Exceptions will be considered in the case of headwear or scarves
    worn as a part of a student’s religious practice or for documented medical reasons) DESIGN, EMBLEM OR LETTERING
  • Any design, emblem or lettering which refers to or promotes drugs, alcohol, profanity, immodesty or racial, ethnic or sexual discrimination is not allowed.
  • No graphic, pictures, or writing on clothing shall be permitted except as part of an insignia.
  • Any design, emblem or lettering should be no larger than 4 inches by 4 inches.

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WEEK SEVEN
Friday, September 17, 2021
Extending Learning Beyond the Classroom (ELBC)
Students will work independently and virtually from home.

Herff Jones© Senior Class Presentation (Repeat)

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 @ 4:00pm
(Zoom© Meeting ID
TBA)

  • Order Senior Paraphernalia
  • Order Caps and Gowns

CCPS to Offer Site Based Vaccination Clinics
Click Here for Secondary Site-Based Vaccination Clinic Information

Click Here for the CCPS Vaccine Clinic Parent Letter and Schedule

Click Here to Register Your Child for the Vaccination

Student Election Application Deadline Extended
All Applications Are Due On Tuesday, September 14, 2021 @ 12:00noon In The Main Office

Click Below To Visit Our Parent Resource Page
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WEEK SIX
Critical Checkpoints

What Do You Know About Your Child's Progress?

  • Current Grades
  • Attendance Report
  • Total Credits Needed
  • Total Credits Earned

Class Officers Applications
Students interested in running for class officers should complete applications by September 9, 2021. Applications are available at the main entrance desk. Campaigning will begin on Monday, September 13, 2021. Elections will be conducted on September 16, 2021.

Homecoming Court Applications
Students interested in running for the Homecoming Court should complete applications by September 24, 2021. Applications will be available at the main entrance desk beginning Monday, September 20, 2021. Campaigning will begin on Monday, September 27, 2021. Elections will be conducted on October 1, 2021.

Parent Updates September

Parent & Family Engagement Calendar - September 2021 (revised)


Herff Jones© Senior Class Presentation

Friday, September 10, 2021 @ 10:30am
(Zoom© Link Forthcoming)

  • Order Senior Paraphernalia
  • Order Caps and Gowns
Senior Class Fees Due
Wednesday, September 15, 2021 - $250.00


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WEEK FIVE
No School September 3-6, 2021


Student
Norms and Expectations

  • Be On Time for each class period.
  • Be Prepared for each instructional lesson.
  • Be Respectful to your peers and your teachers.
  • Be Engaged to ensure that you are maximizing your opportunities to learn.
  • ALL conflict must be reported to the nearest adult IMMEDIATELY. Never debate or Argue with peers/adults. Our first line of expectation is to IGNORE and REPORT!
  • If the teacher engages you in a live video session, your CAMERA MUST BE ON AT ALL TIMES.
  • Your actions are subject to the CCPS code of conduct. Violations could remove you from the virtual sessions, suspension or a referral to the Student Tribunal Office.
  • Attendance is taken during each period everyday.
  • Your Counselor is available via their GoogleClassroom© and REMIND© for support and advisement.
  • Any abuse of technology and cyber platforms will be addressed at the highest level of discipline.



Updated Parent Contact Information
As we continue to communicate and update information with parents and students, it is imperative that we have current contact information. Please help us keep our communication pipeline strong and updated. Contact the main office for assistance in updating your information. We communicate via the following platforms:

  • MESSENGER© - Phone
  • MESSENGER© - Email
  • WebSite - www.northclaytonhighschool.com
  • Infinite Campus Parent Portal© - Grades/Attendance


PARENTS MUST KNOW THIS INFORMATION AT ALL TIMES

  • Your Child's Schedule
  • Your Child's Teachers Names
  • Your Child's Attendance Status
  • Your Child's Grades
  • Your Child's Summary of Credits
  • Your Child's Graduation Requirements



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WEEK FOUR
Friday, August 27, 2021
Extending Learning Beyond the Classroom (ELBC)
Students will work independently and virtually from home.


Student
Norms and Expectations

  • Be On Time for each class period.
  • Be Prepared for each instructional lesson.
  • Be Respectful to your peers and your teachers.
  • Be Engaged to ensure that you are maximizing your opportunities to learn.
  • ALL conflict must be reported to the nearest adult IMMEDIATELY. Never debate or Argue with peers/adults. Our first line of expectation is to IGNORE and REPORT!
  • If the teacher engages you in a live video session, your CAMERA MUST BE ON AT ALL TIMES.
  • Your actions are subject to the CCPS code of conduct. Violations could remove you from the virtual sessions, suspension or a referral to the Student Tribunal Office.
  • Attendance is taken during each period everyday.
  • Your Counselor is available via their GoogleClassroom© and REMIND© for support and advisement.
  • Any abuse of technology and cyber platforms will be addressed at the highest level of discipline.



Updated Parent Contact Information
As we continue to communicate and update information with parents and students, it is imperative that we have current contact information. Please help us keep our communication pipeline strong and updated. Contact the main office for assistance in updating your information. We communicate via the following platforms:

  • MESSENGER© - Phone
  • MESSENGER© - Email
  • WebSite - www.northclaytonhighschool.com
  • Infinite Campus Parent Portal© - Grades/Attendance


PARENTS MUST KNOW THIS INFORMATION AT ALL TIMES

  • Your Child's Schedule
  • Your Child's Teachers Names
  • Your Child's Attendance Status
  • Your Child's Grades
  • Your Child's Summary of Credits
  • Your Child's Graduation Requirements


SENIOR CALENDAR
Senior Calendar 2022

CCPS COVID PROTOCOLS
COVID Protocols for Students

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WEEK THREE
PARENT ENGAGEMENT AND INFORMATION:

  • Please Ensure that Your Infinite Campus Phone Number(s) and Email Addresses are Updated in Infinite Campus©.
  • Parent Information is Sent via the Information Currently in Infinite Campus©.
  • Students Must Wear Masks in the School Building and on the School Bus.
  • Students who were unable to Log into Rapididentity© on Friday will not be penalized. There was a Systemic Outage.
  • Please Continue to Donate Lysol/Clorox Wipes and Paper Towels.We are Constantly Sanitizing Students' Desks.
  • In Order to Maintain Safety and Orderliness in NCHS, We end Early Dismissals at 2:45pm.
  • Students With Medical Symptoms Should Notify Parents Prior to Leaving Home.


Student Norms and Expectations

  • Be On Time for each class period.
  • Be Prepared for each instructional lesson.
  • Be Respectful to your peers and your teachers.
  • Be Engaged to ensure that you are maximizing your opportunities to learn.
  • ANY and ALL levels of conflict must be reported to the nearest adult IMMEDIATELY. Our first line of expectation is to IGNORE and REPORT!
  • If the teacher engages you in a live video session, your CAMERA MUST BE ON AT ALL TIMES.
  • Your actions are subject to the CCPS code of conduct. Violations could remove you from the virtual sessions, suspension or a referral to the Student Tribunal Office.
  • Attendance is taken during each period everyday.
  • Your Counselor is available via their GoogleClassroom© and REMIND© for support and advisement.
  • Any abuse of technology and cyber platforms will be addressed at the highest level of discipline.


SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUESTS

Schedule changes and requests should be made through the following links. Please note that changes and requests are not guaranteed. The required courses, pathway courses and the nature of the request will be reviewed for appropriateness and availability.

9th Grade Schedule Change Form

10th Grade Schedule Change Form

11th Grade Schedule Change Form

12th Grade Schedule Change Form


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WEEK TWO
IN-PERSON LEARNING BEGINS AUGUST 9, 2021
COME PREPARED:

  • Write Out Your Schedule From Infinite Campus©.
  • EVERYONE is Required to Wear a Mask.
  • Donate Lysol/Clorox Wipes and Paper Towels.
  • Be Mindful of Social Distancing.
  • Students With Symptoms Should Notify Their Parents Prior to Leaving Home.

STUDENT/PARENT READINESS FOR SCHOOL INFORMATION


Student Norms and Expectations

  • Be On Time for each class period.
  • Be Prepared for each instructional lesson.
  • Be Respectful to your peers and your teachers.
  • Be Engaged to ensure that you are maximizing your opportunities to learn.
  • If the teacher engages you in a live video session, your CAMERA MUST BE ON AT ALL TIMES.
  • Your actions are subject to the CCPS code of conduct. Violations could remove you from the virtual sessions, suspension or a referral to the Student Tribunal Office.
  • Attendance is taken during each period everyday.
  • Your Counselor is available via their GoogleClassroom© and REMIND© for support and advisement.
  • Any abuse of technology and cyber platforms will be addressed at the highest level of discipline.



SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUESTS

Schedule changes and requests should be made through the following links. Please note that changes and requests are not guaranteed. The required courses, pathway courses and the nature of the request will be reviewed for appropriateness and availability.

9th Grade Schedule Change Form

10th Grade Schedule Change Form

11th Grade Schedule Change Form

12th Grade Schedule Change Form



Student Handbook
CCPS Student Handbook


Chromebook© User Agreement

(Click below to access the form.)

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Bell Schedule
Bell Schedule 2021-22

Students may access their classes Zoom© links and schedule via Canvas© by Following the steps in the image below:

Canvas Steps


CRITICAL TASKS TO BE COMPLETED BETWEEN July 29- August 9, 2021

  • Log into your Infinite Campus© account and review your schedule. If parents are initially accessing Infinite Campus©, they MUST REQUEST THE ACTIVATION CODE DIRECTLY from the CCPS Technology Setup Document found on THIS PAGE . If you encounter a problem, utilize Step seven (7) for Technology Assistance. Parents, Here's How To Sign Up For Infinite Campus Parent Portal©.
  • REPORT ALL TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTER ISSUES THROUGH THIS LINK.
  • Student Textbook Information can be accessed here. In a few cases, textbooks will be issued directly to students.
  • Review the Daily Class Period Schedule. DAILY PERIOD SCHEDULE
  • Information regarding Student Meals, Transportation of Meals, Laptop Loaner Opportunity, Student/Parent Handbook, and Requesting Instructional Supplies is Located on our Main Web Front Page.
  • Parents - PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION IS UP TO DATE. This information can be updated on the front of the website through this LINK.
  • Review the School’s website Daily. This is a main source of communication. www.northclaytonhighschool.com
  • Parents MUST check their child’s daily attendance/participation/progress in Infinite Campus© at 6:00pm daily.
  • Review the Counselor’s and Grade Level webpages weekly. You may access the pages through: www.northclaytonhighschool.com
  • Students' absences must be reported to the teacher via email directly from the parent(s).
  • If Students need to Reset their Rapid Identity© or Infinite Campus© Passwords, the Request Should be Made Using the Student Password Issues Link.
  • All Senior VLA Edgenuity© Students will Receive a Link Inviting You to an Orientation Scheduled for Monday Morning at 9:00am.
  • School Locator and Bus Routes can be Accessed through the link.
  • Students enrolled in Edgenuity© should view the Edgenuity© Tutorial Link For Students for a brief orientation.

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WEEK ONE
UPDATED VIRTUAL OPENING EXTENDED
North Clayton High School Delayed Opening II


NCHS Week 1 Virtual Schedule
(Click the link above to access the schedule. In all cases, where possible, students should log into the class Zoom© links provided on their Canvas© platform.)

STUDENT/PARENT READINESS FOR SCHOOL INFORMATION


Student Norms and Expectations

  • Be On Time for each class period.
  • Be Prepared for each instructional lesson.
  • Be Respectful to your peers and your teachers.
  • Be Engaged to ensure that you are maximizing your opportunities to learn.
  • If the teacher engages you in a live video session, your CAMERA MUST BE ON AT ALL TIMES.
  • Your actions are subject to the CCPS code of conduct. Violations could remove you from the virtual sessions, suspension or a referral to the Student Tribunal Office.
  • Attendance is taken during each period everyday.
  • Your Counselor is available via their GoogleClassroom© and REMIND© for support and advisement.
  • Any abuse of technology and cyber platforms will be addressed at the highest level of discipline.



SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUESTS

Schedule changes and requests should be made through the following links. Please note that changes and requests are not guaranteed. The required courses, pathway courses and the nature of the request will be reviewed for appropriateness and availability.

9th Grade Schedule Change Form

10th Grade Schedule Change Form

11th Grade Schedule Change Form

12th Grade Schedule Change Form

BAND MARCHING BAND INTEREST MEETING
Band Interest Meeting

Student Handbook
CCPS Student Handbook


Chromebook© User Agreement

(Click below to access the form.)

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Bell Schedule
Bell Schedule 2021-22

Students may access their classes Zoom© links and schedule via Canvas© by Following the steps in the image below:

Canvas Steps


CRITICAL TASKS TO BE COMPLETED BETWEEN July 29- August 2, 2021

  • Log into your Infinite Campus© account and review your schedule. If parents are initially accessing Infinite Campus©, they MUST REQUEST THE ACTIVATION CODE DIRECTLY from the CCPS Technology Setup Document found on THIS PAGE . If you encounter a problem, utilize Step seven (7) for Technology Assistance. Parents, Here's How To Sign Up For Infinite Campus Parent Portal©.
  • REPORT ALL TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTER ISSUES THROUGH THIS LINK.
  • Student Textbook Information can be accessed here. In a few cases, textbooks will be issued directly to students.
  • Review the Daily Class Period Schedule. DAILY PERIOD SCHEDULE
  • Information regarding Student Meals, Transportation of Meals, Laptop Loaner Opportunity, Student/Parent Handbook, and Requesting Instructional Supplies is Located on our Main Web Front Page.
  • Parents - PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION IS UP TO DATE. This information can be updated on the front of the website through this LINK.
  • Review the School’s website Daily. This is a main source of communication. www.northclaytonhighschool.com
  • Parents MUST check their child’s daily attendance/participation/progress in Infinite Campus© at 6:00pm daily.
  • Review the Counselor’s and Grade Level webpages weekly. You may access the pages through: www.northclaytonhighschool.com
  • Students' absences must be reported to the teacher via email directly from the parent(s).
  • If Students need to Reset their Rapid Identity© or Infinite Campus© Passwords, the Request Should be Made Using the Student Password Issues Link.
  • All Senior VLA Edgenuity© Students will Receive a Link Inviting You to an Orientation Scheduled for Monday Morning at 9:00am.
  • School Locator and Bus Routes can be Accessed through the link.
  • Students enrolled in Edgenuity© should view the Edgenuity© Tutorial Link For Students for a brief orientation.
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