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School Policies

STUDENT RULES
 
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Students will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action, including dismissal, for
the following (BOLDED items indicate grounds for immediate dismissal):
- Possession or sale of WEAPONS
- Possession, use or sale of DRUGS OR ALCOHOL
- Possession, use or sale of DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
- SEXUAL ASSAULT OR BATTERY
- SEXUAL HARASSMENT
- HATE VIOLENCE: Caused, attempted or threatened to cause or participated in
act of hate violence against others/property of others on the basis of that
person's perceived or actual race, color, religion, nationality, country of origin,
ancestry, disability, gender and/or sexual orientation
- Causing, attempting to cause, threatening to cause or aiding the infliction of
PHYSICAL INJURY or VIOLENCE upon the person of another
- INTIMIDATING, HARASSING OR THREATENING BEHAVIOR toward school
staff/students which disrupts classwork, disrupts school operations and/or
invades the rights of others by creating an intimidating or hostile environment,
including BULLYING
- TERRORIST THREATS and/or a threat to commit a crime against school staff/
property
- Possession of IMITATION FIREARMS (i.e. replica guns, "look-alikes")
- DISRUPTION OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES OR DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR
- OBSCENE ACT, VULGARITY OR HABITUAL PROFANITY
INTENTIONAL DAMAGE TO SCHOOL OR PRIVATE PROPERTY, including
graffiti and vandalism
- STEALING or attempting to steal school or personal property
- Commission or attempting to commit ROBBERY OR EXTORTION
- RECEIVING STOLEN SCHOOL OR PRIVATE PROPERTY
- TOBACCO USE on campus
- FORGERY OR FALSIFICATION of school documents
 
ATTENDANCE POLICY

Good attendance is a must for successful training. Excessive absences will necessitate a
lower grade and/or being dropped from the program. If you are absent, you can call the
school with a message for your instructor(s). If classroom attendance is at capacity, students
with excessive absences should be aware that they could loose their place in the class.

BREAK
The break is from 10:00 - 10:15 am, and from 7:00 - 7:15 pm; lunch is from 12:15-12:45 pm.
Students are expected to return to class when the bell rings at the end of break or lunch.
 
FOOD AND BEVERAGES
A lunch truck sells food and drinks at break times and lunch times. In addition, vending
machines are available on the main campus. Food and beverages are not permitted in
classrooms.

BUS SCHEDULES/PASSES

MTA public bus pass applications are readily available in the Counseling Office. Students
must attend at least 12 hours of class each week and be enrolled in a term of at least 3
months to be eligible for the discounted student rate. Applications are available in the Counseling Office.

COUNSELING SERVICES
Vocational and educational counseling services are available in the Counseling Office. In
addition, the Counseling Office maintains a list of referrals and resources for services
provided by local community partners and agencies.

DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES (DSS) - Wednesdays, Room 19

A qualified and experienced advisor is available for students with disabilities every
Wednesday in room 19. Services include course advisement, personalized
registration assistance, test accommodations, classroom accommodations,
specialized adaptive equipment, and agency referral and liaison.

REFUND POLICY

All textbooks, supplies, and ID card purchases are final, and refunds will not be available. Refund of class fees will only be granted within 7 calendar days following the first possible day of attendance, and with original receipt.  Refunds will be made by check only.  All refunds must be authorized by the principal.

LOST AND FOUND
The lost and found center is located in the main office. Students should keep all valuables safe
and hidden from view. Make sure to keep your cell phone on you at all times; do not leave it in
plain sight on your desk, in the lunch area or in the restroom. If you ride a bicycle, lock it
securely onto the bike rack. Please report all lost or stolen articles to the main office or security
personnel.

PARKING GUIDELINES
Student parking is located in the school parking lot across 10th Avenue. Space is limited. Any
student who parks in the disabled parking without proper and current State of California
disabled parking placard will be fined and towed. Street parking is available; however,
STUDENTS SHOULD NOTE PARKING RESTRICTIONS TO AVOID TICKETS.

SCHOOL PHOTO I.D.
Students are advised to carry their school photo ID while on campus. School IDs may be
purchased in the Bookstore for $12.00. IDs are valid for the entire school year, from August
until June. Fees from ID card purchases are used to fund LATC Parking Lot Attendants and
Student Body Workers in the Bookstore.
 
SECURITY & SAFETY
Uniformed security personnel, School Safety Officers (SSO), are assigned to LATC. The
parking lot and the campus are constantly patrolled. Parking lot attendants are stationed in and
around parking areas at peak times morning, afternoon and evening. You should report any
suspicious activity, accidents, or hazardous conditions to school personnel immediately.
 
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