You have selected the Low Tech option, although we are required to offer this option, this is the worst route to take and should only be selected if you have no internet at home. If you stay with this option, your child's principle will contact you to discuss the choice with you to make sure it fits.
For Louisiana student application, please follow the link below.
Louisiana Student Application
The ultimate responsibility for student conduct rests with the student and his/her parents. It is the daily responsibility of school personnel to assure that no student interferes with the learning environment of other students. We will not tolerate any behavior that prevents teachers from teaching or other students from learning, nor will we tolerate any activities that would adversely affect the safety and well-being of the school population.
Please refer to the student handbook, section 4, to review the student conduct not permitted. We will let students know what we expect of them and what consequences they have earned.
If corporal punishment is administered, it will be administered according to the procedures in the handbook.
Refusal to take corporal punishment may result in suspension or other disciplinary measures.
Please read and review the student internet use agreement below:
PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU READ THIS CAREFULLY. IF you check NO. your child can not use a Chromebook or Google Classroom which is a requirement in most classes!
By signing below, I confirm that I have read and understand the following:
PLEASE understand that by selecting NO, your student can not participate in day to day use of Chromebooks, and other Google products that are a major part of the education that JCSD provides.
I have reviewed the JCSD Handbook above, and downloaded for my records. I acknowledge that the Junction City School Board approved these policies for the administration to carry out and agree that my child will abide by these policies while he/ she is a student in the Junction City School District.
Your permission is requested in order to publish your child’s picture on our school website.YES, I give permission for my child’s picture to be posted on the school website. NO STUDENT NAMES WILL BE USED AT ANYTIME! NO, I do not give permission. I do not want my child’s picture to appear on the school web site.*
I hereby grant permission to the Arkansas Department of Education (ADE) to use the above-named student's photo, video, and likeness for promotional purposes by the ADE in all manners, including, but not limited to: news releases, photographs, video, audio, website, and other electronic or printed published media. I agree that these images and/or voice recordings may be used for a variety of purposes without further notifying me. I understand the ADE shall not use any of the student’s personally identifying information, except for the student's first name, the school that he/she attends, and the student’s grade, without first obtaining my express permission. The ADE has my permission for this use until I submit written revocation of my permission to the ADE Communications Office at Four Capital Mall, Room 404-A, Little Rock, AR 72201, ADE.Communications@Arkansas.gov, or you may call 501-682-2155. I understand the ADE does not have control over a third party who retrieves my student’s information published by the ADE and uses it without my permission. I agree to hold the ADE harmless for such misuse of my student's information.
I give my permission for my child to go on the 2019-2020 field trips planned at Junction City Elementary School
The Junction City High School annually provides for a signed statement by the parent(s) that they have received and reviewed a copy of the High School Parental Involvement Plan and Compact.
“I have received and reviewed the Junction City Parental Involvement Plan and Compact. I understand that I am expected to be an active participant in my child’s education.”
Please read the following carefully:
I hereby, give the Junction City School District nurse permission to release any information on my child to authorized personnel employed by this school district. This will be on a “need to know basis only” in order to help in the care or treatment of my child. All information is documented and filed in my child’s health folder. Parents /Guardians are guaranteed the right to inspect any such information. Access by any unauthorized person to information which would identify an individual child, without informed consent of the parent is absolutely forbidden. For individuals eighteen (18) years of age, or older, the above-stated rights pass to the individual.
The school district has the responsibility to maintain the congenitally of all students’ information and keep information in a locked storage. Any and all records are destroyed according to the following termination of services of the child. Parents will be notified prior to the entrance of this information, and prior to the destruction of the data
In the event that my child is injured and needs immediate medical attention, I authorize the Junction City School District to call an ambulance to transport my child to: Name of Doctor: Doctor* Town/Hospital: Town/Hospital* I further authorize the above named doctor, or delegate, to treat my child.
Regardless of the enrollment option you have chosen, you must be familar with the Dragon Virtual School policy in the even that JCSD/NECC must shut down and move to a virutal only educational experience. Please review the policy and save for your records.
A Core Value
Academic Integrity is one of our core values and one of the most important areas of focus as a learning organization. Students with academic integrity make decisions based on ethics and values that will prepare them to be productive and ethical citizens.
All students sign the 'I Agree' page during course registration in which the student agrees to abide by the policies and procedures of DVS. Included in DVS policies is the administration of proctored exams. Proctored exams can be requested by DVS at any time and for any reason in an effort to ensure academic integrity. It is the student’s responsibility to work cooperatively with DVS faculty to schedule and take the exam. When taking the exam to assess a student’s integrity, the exam must be passed with at least a 59.5%. DVS may institute a program to regularly administer proctored exams to randomly selected students.
Discussion Based Assessments (DBAs)
Each teacher regularly conducts discussion based assessments with his or her students. These conversations occur at specific intervals as well as randomly in a course and are included in the assessment component of each course. The teacher discusses individual student work and extends the conversation to allow the student to demonstrate mastery of the content and to verify the authenticity of the student’s work. Students are required to complete and pass all discussion based assessments themselves, free from any distraction or influence of others.
“I Agree” Statement
By clicking the "I Agree" button at the bottom of this page, I agree to submit 100% of my own work, and I commit to Academic Integrity by registering as a student at Dragon Virtual School (DVS). By clicking the "I Agree" button, I also agree to take a proctored exam at any time if requested. I understand that I may be required to have a web camera in order to complete this process. I also understand that should I finish the segment in an extremely accelerated pace, I may be subject to additional accountability measures. Failure to comply with the Academic Integrity commitment or refusing to take a proctored exam will be grounds for removal from the DVS program. Further, I agree to comply with all of the policies and procedures listed in the DVS Code of Conduct/Student Handbook.
I hereby assign to DVS all right, title and interest in and to all the material I submit to DVS in conjunction with any course(s) I take with DVS. All personally identifying information providedto DVS will be maintained in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) and other applicable privacy laws.
Commercial Use of Academic Material:
Selling course material to another person, student, entity, and/or uploading to a third-party vendor without the express written permission of DVS is prohibited. Course materials include, but are not limited to, class notes, instructor's power points, course syllabi, tests, quizzes, labs, instruction sheets, homework, study guides, and handouts.
Your answers will help determine if the student meets eligibility requirements for services under the McKinney-Vento Act.
List all children in your family birth through age 21
Name of Child* School* Age* Select Grade LVLKF1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8th9th10th11th12th* Date of Birth*
Name of Child School Age Select Grade LVLKF1st2nd3rd4th5th6th7th8th9th10th11th12th Date of Birth
Students without fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residences have the following rights:
1) Immediate enrollment in the school they last attended or the local school where they are currently staying even if they do not have all of the documents normally required at the time of enrollment without fear of being separated or treated differently due to their housing situations;
2) Transportation to the school of origin for the regular school day;
3) Access to free meals, Title I and other educational programs, and transportation to extra-curricular activities to the same extent that it is offered to other students.
Any questions about these rights can be directed to the local McKinney-Vento liaison, Rebekah West at 870-899-4046 or the State Coordinator at 501-683-5428.
By signing below, I acknowledge that I have received and understand the above rights.
Right to Translation and Interpretation Services All parents have the right to information about their child’s education in a language they understand.1. a) In what language do you prefer to receive written communication from the school? Language 1a* b) In what language would you prefer to communicate with school staff when speaking? Language 1b* Eligibility for Language Development Support:2. What language(s) is (are) spoken in your home? Language 2* 3. What language did your child learn first? Language 3* 4. What language does your child use most often at home? Language 4* 5. What language does your family speak most often at home? Language 5* 6. What language do adults speak most often with each other at home? Language 6* Prior Education:7. Where was your child born? Birth location* 8. When did your child first attend a school in the United States (this includes all US territories)? (Kindergarten – 12th grade) Date* 9. Has your child attended a school in Puerto Rico? Please SelectYesNo*