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Saturday School will be held on December the 7th and 14th.
Cost to attend in $10 and it takes the place of one absence.
Please refer to the student handbook on attendance requirements and school credit.
almost time to receive your class rings!!
The Ring Ceremony will be October 21 in the Commons at 7 p.m. Your ring
will be presented to you by your family.
transferred to Fox Creek High School this year and ordered your class ring at a
previous school, please see Mrs. Shepherd in room 152 as soon as possible to
make sure your ring is delivered here.
Rings must be completely paid for
by the time of the ring ceremony.
Ceremony procedures will be given
to you prior to the event.
Junior-Senior Prom will be held Friday May 2, 2014 at Sacred Heart Cultural
Center in Downtown Augusta.
Augusta, GA 30901
per person/$50 per couple
March 3-May 2:
$40 per person/$70 per couple
Theme will be announced at a
See below for the Prom
Mrs. Shepherd in Room 152 with any questions regarding either event.
FCHS Prom Attendance Regulations
prom at Fox Creek High School,
attendees must be:
that do not attend Fox Creek:
If the guest
does not attend Fox
School, a guest permission form must be filled
out and turned in prior to the date of Prom. They must also present a Picture I.D. at
check-in at prom.
that have been suspended or expelled may not attend for any reason.
the Fox Creek High School
Out-of-School Suspension: Suspension
from school means that student may not attend classes or any other school
function or enter school grounds except for a prearranged conference with a
When a student is suspended from a class or school, the administrator shall
notify, in writing, the parent or legal guardian. A student receiving more than
10 days out-of-school suspension may be recommended for expulsion.
The Board of Directors may authorize or order the expulsion of any
student for a commission of any crime, gross immorality, gross misbehavior,
persistent disobedience, or for violation of written rules and promulgated
regulations established by the Board of Directors. Expulsion
means the loss of privilege to attend classes or other school functions for the
remainder of the school year. Every
expelled student has the right to petition for readmission for the succeeding
school year, unless permanently expelled as an incorrigible student. A student previously expelled and facing an
expulsion hearing for the second year in a row will be denied attendance in the
regular school program and may be recommended for permanent expulsion.