OBERLIN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT HANDBOOK
The sponsor of after school activities will inform parents of the place and time of the activity and the start and stop of adult supervision. Any student who is not a member of the team or organization should not remain on campus. In the case of a game or other after-school event, students who are not team members should have a ride at the time the game ends. Students are not to loiter while waiting on rides.
An organizational day for clubs is held early in the year, at which time the students may sign up for membership. Clubs meet at regular intervals during the school year. Club requirements are available from the club sponsors. The following clubs are available to high school students: Beta Club; Future Business Leaders of America; FACS Club; Future Farmers of America; 4-H and Living Healthy.
Many programs are provided to enrich the learning experiences of our students through active membership in teams, clubs, and organizations. In junior high, these include football, basketball, track, cheerleaders, Jr. 4-H, and Jr. Beta Club.
FIELD TRIPS AND SPECIAL EVENTS
Permission slips must be signed for students to participate in field trips. A trip is not considered school-sponsored unless a faculty member or sponsor is present. Parents may help with transportation only if they have submitted proof of required auto insurance to the office. The sponsor will remain at school until the last child has left.
Any student having a grade of “F” in a class or having excessive absences will not be allowed to attend any school-sponsored trip or athletic event that would cause the student to miss class time.
The office designates special events. No refunds are given unless the event is cancelled. Administrators will review all students recommended for exclusion from field trips and/or special events as requested by the trip sponsor. Principals and teachers may exclude students from an activity based on behavior. Reasons for exclusion include, but are not limited to: (1) suspension for any reason, (2) multiple ASD or ISS assignments, or (3) chronic behavior problems in the classroom.