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Williston Middle High School
350 Robert Philpot Way
350 SW 12th Ave.
Williston, FL 32696
 
Phone: (352) 528-3542
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PARTICIPATION IN EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES


To participate in interscholastic/extracurricular activities, students will be subject to the following attendance requirements:

If a student has five unexcused absences in a nine week grading period they will be placed on probation, and the student and the parent will be required to sign an improvement contract.

If the student has five unexcused absences the following nine weeks, the student will be placed on extra-curricular suspension.  This suspension is lifted after a successful nine weeks attendance period in which the student missed fewer than five unexcused absences.

 

A student must be in school at least four periods in order to participate in extracurricular activities that day.

Probation:

Probation will require a weekly progress report be submitted by the student to their sponsor or coach.  This progress report will include all three areas of concern: Attendance, Academics, and Discipline. It will be the student’s responsibility to provide that progress report to the sponsor or coach.  Failure to do so will result in no participation in extracurricular activities until it is provided. The progress report must be signed by the student’s teachers, and signify that they have maintained minimum requirements for that week.

 

To participate in interscholastic/extracurricular activities, students will be subject to the following academic requirements: must meet the GPA requirements.

Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA to participate in interscholastic/extracurricular activities.  Students who start an activity below a 2.0 GPA would start on probation.

If a student’s GPA falls below a 2.0 GPA, then they will be placed on probation (excludes FHSAA sports).

Probation requirements are outlined above.

If the 2.0 GPA isn’t maintained for the next nine week grading period, the student will be on extra-curricular suspension until they have a 2.0 GPA.

 To participate in interscholastic/extracurricular activities, students will be subject to the following discipline requirements:

If a student receives In-School Suspension, they may not participate in extracurricular activities the day they serve ISS.

If a student accumulates five days of ISS, or one day of Out of School Suspension, they will be placed on probation.

OSS totals beyond one day in a nine week grading period would result in extracurricular suspension for the remainder of the grading period.

To participate in interscholastic/extracurricular activities, students will be responsible for paying a student activity fee of $20.  This is an annual fee collected once regardless of the number of interscholastic/extracurricular activities a student participates in.

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