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7th - 8th Grade Lockers


 All lockers made available for student use on the school premises are the property of the School Corporation.  These are made available for student use in the storing of school supplies and personal items necessary for use at school.  The lockers are not to be used to store items which cause or can reasonably be foreseen to cause an interference with school purposes, educational function, or which are forbidden by state law or school rules.
The student's use of lockers does not diminish the school corporation's ownership or control of the locker.  The school corporation retains the right to inspect the locker and its contents to insure it is being used in accordance with its intended purpose, to eliminate fire and other hazards, to maintain sanitary conditions, to attempt to locate lost or stolen material, and to prevent use of the locker to store prohibited or dangerous materials such as weapons, illegal drugs or alcohol.
All lockers and other storage areas provided for student’s use on school premises remain the property of the school corporation are subject to inspection, access for maintenance, and search pursuant to this section.  No student shall lock or otherwise impede access to any locker except with a lock approved by the principal of the school. Unapproved locks will be removed and destroyed.
The principal or other member of the administrative staff or a teacher may search a desk, locker, or other storage area on school premises when the person conducting the search has reasonable suspicion that a search is warranted.
Students will be assigned individual lockers for storing school-related materials and belongings. The locker combination will be issued to each student.  The following guidelines should be followed by students concerning lockers:
1.     Each student should memorize the locker combination.
2.     No student is to disclose the combination to another student.
3.     Each student should keep the locker locked to ensure the security of property.  The school is not responsible for items lost or stolen.
4.     A student should not access any locker other than the one to which the student has been assigned.
5.     No material should be attached to the locker door without the principal's approval.
6.     Tape should not be attached anywhere on the locker.
7.     Students should use magnets to attach materials to the inside of a locker.
8.     Students should not pre-set lockers to open or tamper with the locking mechanism.
The student is responsible for proper maintenance of the locker assuring that no damage is done to it.  Students may be assessed a charge if it becomes necessary to repair damages attributable to student abuse.
Protection of Property
Do not “set” your lock or share your locker. Do not bring things of great value to school. Do not bring large sums of money to school. Secure all personal property in locked hallway lockers or locked PE lockers during the school day.  Athletes are to lock all belongings in athletic lockers during practices and contests.  Print your name, in ink, in or on all your items including clothing, electronics, books, tablets, and gym clothes, coats, shoes and folders for which you are responsible.

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Hamilton Southeastern Schools, as a forward-thinking school district, provides educational opportunities to ensure the success of each and every student, to become a responsible citizen and to positively influence an ever-changing world community.