The Student Services Office helps students with a variety of matters. Read below to find out more information about the service you need assistance with ...
Parking passes are issued through Student Services throughout the year. Students are restricted to parking in specific areas on campus. Find directions, guidelines and consent forms on the Student Parking page.
Change of Address Information
A home address in the data base can be changed with two proofs of residency. See Fran Haughee in Student Services.
State law requires that nearly all minors aged 15-17 obtain work permits from the accredited high school in the district in which they reside in order to work in Indiana. Work permit applications and instructions are available in Student Services and also at the Door A visitors’ booth. The application process does involve obtaining information supplied by the prospective employer. The student must present a birth certificate and a completed Indiana Department of Labor “Intent to Employ/A1” form from the prospective employer before the school can finalize the official work permit.
Lost and Found/Theft Report
Students who have lost personal property should check at the Lost and Found at the Door A visitors booth. In addition students can file a personal property Loss/Theft Report in Student Services. Any electronics that are found are given to the Student Resource Officer (SRO) on duty.
Any student who has been threatened or bullied should come directly to Student Services, report it to the dean, and fill out a form detailing the incident.
All drug testing, random and otherwise, is conducted in the nurse’s office.
Alternate Drop-off/Pickup for School Bus Riders
You can request that your student be dropped off or picked up at an alternate location within the school corporation boundaries. Contact Fran Haughee in Student Services at (574) 258-9524.
In cases of shared custody, you can request that all communications from the school be sent separately to both parents/guardians. Contact Fran Haughee in Student Services at (574) 258-9524.
Court/Legal Custody/Protective Orders
Student Services keeps copies of court documents regarding legal custody and protective orders to ensure that communications between school and parents/guardians take place with court-approved individuals.
Legal custody and protective orders governing students can be updated or changed only by presenting current court documentation. Contact Fran Haughee in Student Services at 574-258-9524; firstname.lastname@example.org.