Students & Parents
Responsibilities of Parents/Guardians
Provide for the physical and emotional needs of your teen.
Encourage your teen’s daily attendance to school and promptly report and explain absences.
Be sure your teen is appropriately dressed at school and school-related activities.
Discuss report cards and school assignments with your teen.
Promote high expectations for your teen’s behavior, school achievement, and homework.
Establish and maintain open lines of communication with the school.
Responsibilities of Students
Attend all classes, daily and on time.
Be prepared for each class with appropriate materials and assignments.
Follow the SHS dress code.
Exhibit respect toward self and others.
Adhere to the SHS code of student conduct.
Obey all school personnel, school rules, safety rules at school-related activities including the bus.
Communicate with your parents about academic and extracurricular requirements, school policies, and your academic progress.
Cedar Post (yearbook)
Rules & Policies
Remaining involved in your child’s high school experience is critical while still allowing them to become independent!
Our mission as parents of Sandpoint High School students and members of CARE (Caring Adults Recognizing Excellence) is to strengthen our school, students, teachers and staff through appreciation. We seek to create a culture of respect in an environment people want to work and attend. CARE utilizes volunteerism and collaboration to enrich and support the betterment of our school. We promote to all people who walk through these doors - strive to be your best!
Encourage parent involvement to make our school the very best it can be.
Enhance communication between the school, parents and students.
Promote positive peer culture among all staff, students and parents.
Support the teachers, counselors and administrators by assisting with projects and functions.
Create an opportunity for parents to connect with one another in support of their children.
Support parents with the next stage of development of their child’s independence.
Parents, staff, students, and community collaborate on a major project each year.
Lastly, Make a significant mark on our high school!
Download the CARE Brochure here! Sign up today. Your school needs and wants your help!
Anonymous Bullying and Harassment Reporting Hotline - 263-3034 ext. 4008
Did you know that Sandpoint High School has a 24 - hour hotline to take your calls regarding harassment and/or bullying issues. If you know of a student or someone who is harassing or bullying another student we want to know about it.