Welcome to Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School (SPFHS). This information represents some of the key guidelines, beliefs and expectations of our staff and administration relative to student conduct and discipline.
It is our hope and desire that the guidelines contained within will help all of us contribute to an environment that is safe, friendly, rewarding and productive.
In addition to this information, a detailed STUDENT HANDBOOK is distributed to all students the first week of school. Please encourage your son/daughter to read its contents, discuss it with them and retain it for future reference.
We, the staff and administration, look forward to a productive year and are always available to assist you in any way possible.
Dr. David Heisey, Principal
Mr. Timothy Donahue, Assistant Principal-Counseling
Mrs. Brooke Kaska-Esposito, Assistant Principal-Curriculum
Mr. Ryan Miller, Assistant Principal & Athletic Director-Athletics
THE STAFF AND ADMINISTRATION OF SPFHS BELIEVE THAT:
A warm, friendly atmosphere in the classroom and in the school is essential If:
• students are to learn to the maximum of their capacity;
• teachers are to do their best;
• good relations with the community are to be upheld, and
• the total school operation is to be carried on in the best manner possible.
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Responsibilities of the Students , Parents & Teachers
The Administration and Staff of Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Believe that:
School Rules and Regulations
Rules and regulations are a necessary part of life and our society.
Dress and Grooming Regulations
The NJ Department of Education regulation concerning dress regulation standards for students states, "attire which causes the disruption of the educational process or which constitutes a health or safety hazard or concern is not permitted."
Lockers and Locker Rooms
Students should use the hallway locker assigned and the school supplied pad lock issued for Physical Education classes.
Theft & Theft Reporting
It is the student's responsibility to secure all valuables and property in their locker(s).