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Student/ Parent Handbook 2024-25

It’s not the plane, it’s the pilot!


It is the commitment of the Alpine School District to maintain safe and successful learning and working environments. To this end, the District prohibits discrimination, harassment, or retaliation in its programs, activities, or employment practices on the basis of race, color, age, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, or any other classification protected by law. See Policy 7100 for additional information about district protocols for reporting, investigating, and resolving complaints of this nature.

Es el compromiso del Distrito Escolar Alpine mantener entornos de aprendizaje y trabajo seguros y exitosos. Con este fin, el Distrito prohíbe la discriminación, el acoso o las represalias en sus programas, actividades o prácticas de empleo por motivos de raza, color, edad, religión, origen nacional, género, orientación sexual o cualquier otra clasificación protegida por la ley. Consulte Política 7100 para información adicional sobre los protocolos distrital para reportar, investigar y resolver quejas de este tipo.

School Pictures Day:  TBA

Makeup Day: TBA.

Welcome from the Administrative Team


Welcome to Cedar Valley High!  We, as a faculty and staff, are pleased that you are going to be a member of the Cedar Valley Student Body.  Our school’s mission is to equip, encourage, and empower students to create and pursue their dreams.  We are committed to assist you in your success at Cedar Valley.

Rules and regulations have been developed in order for us to operate Cedar Valley in a safe and orderly manner.

Students and their parents should use this handbook as a means to orient themselves to Cedar Valley.  Additionally, it should be understood that individual teachers may add appropriate rules that would be in effect in their classrooms.

We look forward to a great year together as Cedar Valley High.  GO Aviators!



Cedar Valley Administration Team

Cedar Valley High School


At Cedar Valley High School we EQUIP, ENCOURAGE, AND EMPOWER students to create and pursue their dreams.  

Vision:  Use researched based high performing strategies to work collaboratively. Using ASD's Result Cycle we will be able to reach all students.  

Value Statement:

Cedar Valley High School believes:

Our dispositions are:

Disposition Explanations

Flight Plan Model

Each student will be mentored and supported through the self-creation of an individualized Flight Plan.

Students will:

Cedar Valley Calendar

Because School Events are subject to change (time, date, location), students and the community may access the school calendar through the Cedar Valley High School Website:   (In order to get full information, it is recommended that you look at the weekly view on the Google calendar, rather than the monthly view.)

Athletics, Clubs, and Organizations 

All extracurricular activities have a one-stop shop for information.  Please visit for all you will need to know when it comes to extracurricular activities.  You can follow your activities by signing up for alerts. Clubs will be located at the Cedar Valley High School Website: 

Attendance and Missing Class Attendance for School Field Trips and Away Game Travel-Eligibility

Students will have eligibility check a minimum of 2 weeks prior to missing classes for events that will take them out of school.   Students can not have a recurring failing grade in any subject.   All grades must be passed to attend any event that they will miss class.   Any student with a current NC or F will NOT participate until the deviancy is corrected- prior to the event.   This is the Advisor, Coach, or Teacher’s responsibility to check for failing grades.


School Regulations and Items for Reference

A-1   Accidents

Report every accident in the school building or on the school grounds to the Front Office Secretary and an injury report needs to be filled out.

A-2  Activities

All school activities must be pre-approved by the administration and building scheduler.  An advisor must be present at all times for each activity.  Activities on a school night should end by 10 p.m.  The group sponsoring an activity is responsible for contacting the campus officer, custodians, and the administration.  They are also responsible to clean-up after the activity.

A-3  Activity Cards

ID or Activity Cards are necessary at all sports events and dances.  The activity card is purchased as an Activity Fee.  It will entitle you to receive a student discount.  Without an ID card, you will be charged the regular rate.  An ID card will be given free to all students who have an ID picture taken by the school photographer.  Lost ID or Activity Cards may be replaced for $5 in the front office.  Attendance at most school activities requires a current Cedar Valley ID card.

A-4  Address & Contact Information Change

Please notify the counseling office/registrar if you change your home address or telephone number.

A-5  Assembly Conduct

Respect and courtesy are the keys to assembly conduct.  Please:

A.    Be on time.

B.    Don’t leave while performance is in progress.

C.    Applaud appropriately.

D.    Don’t embarrass any performer.

A-6  Athletic Eligibility Requirements

Participating in athletics is a privilege.   A student who competes in interscholastic competition must maintain a 2.0 (“C”) grade point average.  He/she must be a full-time student and have maintained a 2.0 GPA with no more than one “I” or“F” in the preceding quarter. A student with 2 or more “F’s” will be ineligible until the next quarter.  Any student with two or more “I”s” will be placed on contract.  Failure to abide by the terms of the contract may result in loss of eligibility.

Continued Weekly Eligibility Grade Checks in season will be conducted as follows:

Failure to attend classes could result in loss of participation privileges.

A-7 Athletic participation

Athletics and activities play a significant role in establishing the culture within a school.  We believe in the benefits and actively encourage our students to participate in multiple sports and activities.  Each sport or activity can challenge students in a variety of ways and the skills developed may help them in other areas as well.  Participating in a variety of activities that challenge students promotes, among other things, mental toughness, social awareness, emotional intelligence, and overall fitness.  We feel that participation in multiple sports and activities benefits the overall development of the students and can help all students reach their highest potential – not just in the classroom and on the playing field, but as a leader.

A-8  Athletic Event Behavior

Student attendance at athletic events is strongly encouraged.  Student behavior should be enthusiastic and supportive.  Cedar Valley has a strong culture of pride, unity, and good sportsmanship.  Inappropriate behavior, language, and/or gestures will not be tolerated.  Athletes, cheerleaders, students, and fans from other schools should not be put down, ridiculed, or insulted. We encourage students to cheer for your team and not against the other team or officials. 

A-9 Attendance

Good attendance plays a key role in a student’s ability to receive a good education. Students should make their best effort to be present and on time to classes. Please refer to the attendance policy/procedures listed on the CVHS website. You may also call the attendance office with questions.  Teachers will submit attendance in Skyward at the beginning of class.  If you arrive after roll call, please check in with the teacher to be marked tardy instead of absent.  The attendance may not be updated until after school.

B-1 Bullying

POLICY NO. 5181 Alpine School District is committed to providing students with safe and secure learning environments and believes a student’s ability to achieve academically can be reduced by bullying. Bullying can affect a student’s attendance as well as his/her sense of well-being. Bullying may result in physical illness, mental and emotional anguish, and long-term social consequences.

2.1 Bullying is defined as aggressive behavior that is intended to cause harm or distress in a relationship in which there is an imbalance of power or strength and may be repeated over time. Bullying may be physical, verbal/written, or psychological.

2.2 Physical bullying includes but is not limited to, pushing, grabbing, pinching, shoving, poking, tripping, kicking, hitting, and destroying property.

2.3 Verbal/written bullying includes but is not limited to, name-calling, mean teasing, spreading false rumors, intimidation, sexual comments, and harassing and threatening comments that are communicated verbally, in writing or through electronic media. (Cyberbullying)

2.3.1. Cyberbullying means using email, web pages, text messaging, blogs, instant messaging, three-way calling or messaging or any other electronic means for aggression, intimidation, or harassment against another person. Examples include but are not limited to, sending mean, vulgar, or threatening messages or images; posting inappropriate pictures of or sensitive, private information about the victim; pretending to be someone else to hurt that person; rude comments; lies; stalking; threats; extortion; harassment; and transmission of unflattering or embarrassing photographs.

Alpine School District prohibits bullying of students by other students at school or at school-related functions. All victims of bullying and all persons with knowledge of bullying should report the incident(s) immediately.  

B-2  Bus Regulations

Riding the school bus is a privilege.  Improper conduct on the bus will result in the denial of that privilege.  Transportation: (801) 610-8852

C-1  Cafeteria/Lunchroom

Student behavior in the lunchroom should be based on courtesy and cleanliness.  You are responsible for cleaning the table at which you sit and putting all trash in the proper containers.  Failure to follow these guidelines may result in disciplinary action.  Students will not be allowed to cut in lunch lines or save places for other students.

C-2  Class Change

Students are given the opportunity to select their classes each year.  There is a window of time when initial scheduling takes place.  Dates vary depending on the semester and are available from counselors. Students are also given two weeks after the start of a term to make schedule changes. There will be a $5.00 charge each time a schedule is changed.  Students should be able to determine academic needs and potential success in the class during this two-week period.  Schedule changes during the third week of a term require administrative approval and are based on extenuating circumstances.  Schedule changes made after the fourth week of a term are not allowed.  Students are expected to finish the term to receive a passing grade and credit.  Students who drop a class after the third week of a term will receive an “F” grade for the course.

C-3  Cheating

It is important for each student to demonstrate personal integrity and lifelong learning skills.  Therefore, cheating will not be tolerated and will result in a referral to the administration for disciplinary action.  Any student who participates in cheating may receive a zero on that assignment (i.e. test, quiz, assignment, homework, or paper).  Cheating or plagiarism (copying un-cited work) could result in a loss of academic credit.

C-4  Chromebooks & Computer Security

Because technology is a key tool for students as they create and pursue their dreams, Cedar Valley High School desires to provide this technology in an equitable and systematic manner. Technology provides students with greater opportunities for meaningful engagement. For these reasons, we provide every student with their own Chromebook to use at home and at school. We thank Facebook for its generous contributions, making this One-To-One opportunity possible. Please see this site for any questions you have about Chromebook usage and checkout.

Cedar Valley High School provides computers for students to use for educational purposes.  Student computer use is to be under faculty supervision and directly related to course and curriculum activities.  Unauthorized use of computers is prohibited.  This misuse will result in a one-year suspension of privileges and could result in expulsion/suspension and/or referral to legal authorities.  No online gaming, Internet bullying, or pornography will be acceptable.  Utah Criminal Code 76-6-703 states: A person who gains access without authorization to a computer or computer network to alter, damage, modify, or destroy any computer program, computer, or computer network is guilty of a third-degree felony.  A person who intentionally and without authorization interferes with or interrupts computer services is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.  Students and parents must read and sign the Acceptable Use Agreement & an Agreement For the Use of Instructional Technology Property.  Click here to go to Skyward -Student Information Update.

C-5  Clubs

All Cedar Valley High School students are encouraged to become involved in one or more school clubs.  If a club does not exist that fits the interests of students, those students are invited to submit an application for the formation and approval of a new club.  New Clubs will be chartered before Club Rush Week at the beginning of the school year. Noncurricular clubs will need to be rechartered every year, also before Club Rush Week. Watch for announcements with dates and deadlines for rechartering and club rush week. Here is a link to the club chartering form.  Clubs will also need to develop a Club Constitution. Students can join a club at any time during the school year. Parents will need to provide permission with this form.

Clubs and club members should adhere to the following:


C-6  School Colors

The official school colors of Cedar Valley High School are crimson, black, and steel.  

C-7  Counseling/Guidance Information

Credits needed for Graduation:

3.0 Credit ENGLISH

1.0 English 9

1.0 English 10

1.0 English 11




2.0 Credits SCIENCE CORE

Taken from the following 4 areas:

Earth Systems (9th), Biology, Chemistry, Physics




2.0 Credits MATH CORE

1.0 Elem Math, 1.0 Adv Math





0.5  World Geography (9th)

0.5 World Civilizations (9th)

1.0 US Studies (10th)

0.5 Gov & Cit (11th)

0.5 Student Choice (9-12th)


1.5 Credits FINE ARTS








0.5 Credit HEALTH


1.5 Credits PHYSICAL ED

0.5 PE Skills and Techniques

0.5 PE Fitness for Life

0.5 PE Lifetime Activities


9.5 Credits ELECTIVE




Available for students use in the Counseling Center are computers and a file with scholarship applications, both of which itemize scholarships offered locally and across the country.  Specific scholarships are highlighted throughout the school year.  Students may apply for scholarships through their counselor who will assist them with the preparation of all applications.  Scholarships are often awarded on the basis of student achievement on any or a combination of the following criteria: grade point average, ACT/SAT test scores, school/community participation, and honors/advanced placement classes, as well as financial need.

Testing Services: See Counseling Office

Testing Center/Learning Resource Center: See Counseling Office

C-9  Creating a False Emergency

Any student who creates a false emergency is violating the law and will be suspended from school and/or referred to law enforcement.  A referral to the district for expulsion may also be given.

D-1  Dances/Parties

Date dances are for Cedar Valley students and their high school-age guests.  If your dance guest does not attend Cedar Valley, dance guest passes must be obtained prior to the dance, during school hours.  Please link the Guest School Dance Permit below.  Cedar Valley ID must be shown to be admitted to dances.  All date dances will begin at 8 pm and end at 11 pm.  Guests must show a picture ID and guest pass.  School dress standards are enforced.  Stomp/Stag dances are for Cedar Valley students only (require student ID) and usually follow a game or event.  

Guest School Dance Permit

D-2 Discipline

Cedar Valley believes in restorative discipline.  Our focus is on changing behavior to ensure students are successful.  We want students to learn from mistakes and improve behavior to stay on track for graduation and to be happy.  Discipline matters are handled on an individual basis. Matters of individual student discipline will not be discussed with others.

D-3 Dress and Grooming Standards

POLICY NO. 5152 Alpine School District Board of Education requires all of its students to conform to standards that avoid extremes and that exemplify personal cleanliness.  CVHS Steering Committee used input from students, teachers, parents, and administration to create a dress code that meets the needs of all students.

Dress Code

Students will be required to have at least a 2-inch strap over their shoulders. They will also be required to cover everything from their shoulders to their mid-thigh.  

Enforcement of the Dress Code:

Teachers/Faculty will be given a small card that they may hand to a student when they have violated the dress code. It will be a small yellow card like what the counselors use to call down students so students won’t be embarrassed.  

When a violation is handed out, the teacher will be asked to go into a faculty document and mark down that they have given a warning to that student.

Students may be asked to put on a school shirt or call home to get appropriate clothing.

After the student’s 3rd warning, students will be called in to meet with an Administrator.  

This policy applies to all school-related functions except those special activities approved by the principal.  

E-1  Electronic Devices

Cell Phone Use:

Cell phones can be a great tool, however, when used for connecting with others digitally, it hurts your ability to connect with others around you.  Cell phones have become a staple of everyday life.  Cell phones can be disruptive in class from ringing, text messages, cameras, internet access, social media, cyber-bullying and the list could go on.  Other concerns include: that phones can be broken, lost, or stolen.  

Cell phones can also be used as a learning tool.  Teachers may provide opportunities for students to utilize their cell phones during the school day. If the teacher hasn’t given permission for phone use for an activity, devices should remain out of sight during instructional time AND be turned off OR on silent mode.


Students should never have an electronic device that is turned "on" or is electronically activated while in an area where there is an expectation of privacy by students and/or faculty, including locker rooms, washrooms, dressing areas, classrooms, the media center, and offices.  Any student or person who possesses an electronic device in an area where there is a reasonable expectation of privacy will have the device confiscated, referred for discipline, and the database reviewed and searched by the school administration if there is reason to believe that the device has been used to record images or disrupt the educational process of the school.

If there is a disruption of education, privacy, or cyber-bullying concerns, the device will be confiscated.

Violation of the cell phone/electronic device policy will result in:

Severe Cell Phone Offenses include but are not limited to:

E-2  Eligibility for Student Body, Class Officers, Drill Team, and Cheerleaders

To be eligible for any one of these activities, students must meet the criteria outlined in the organization’s Constitutions and Policies on file at the school.

E-3  Emblem

The official emblem of Cedar Valley High School is the Aviator wings.

E-4  Emergency Evacuation

In the event of an emergency, students will evacuate school buildings under the direction of their current teacher and assemble outside for roll call and further instructions.  If an emergency occurs: between classes, during lunch, or immediately before or after school, students should meet the Jet time teacher outside the building at the designated location.  Every class will assemble on the fields west of the building in designated areas.  Four mandatory emergency drills will be conducted during the school year.

E-5  Equal Opportunity

Cedar Valley High School is an equal-opportunity institution.  It has a continuing policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of sex, race, creed, sexual orientation, or national origin in all of its educational and activity programs.

F-1  Fee Payments/Finances

The financial secretary will not be available for students during class time (Parents/guardians may see the financial secretary any time she is available during the day).  Students should make all payments to the financial office or on My School Fees.  Teachers do not collect money from students.  A receipt will be given for each transaction and should be saved for one year.  Students who are involved in more than one activity need to specify which account the money should be deposited in.  Money deposited from a fundraiser cannot be transferred from one account to another. School lunch payments link here.


The financial office cannot cash checks for students.  Checks must be made for the exact amount. The financial secretary cannot give cash back on checks written over the amount.  District procedure prohibits post-dated checks or issuing credit.  Unclaimed refunds will be donated to the class project.  Fines not paid prior to a student leaving Cedar Valley High School (checking out to attend another school or withdrawing from school) will be turned over to a collection agency.  Any fees unpaid at the end of the school year will be turned over to a collection agency.  Fee waiver applications are available on the Alpine School District website and are due the third week of Sept  (if turned in after the due date, pro-rating will occur).  All fees must be paid in order to participate in commencement exercises.

F-2 Field Trips

If students would like to go on a field trip during school hours with a class or other organization, students must follow the same travel eligibility rules and procedures as athletic teams

F-3 Fighting

Fighting by students is prohibited.  Participation may result in suspension and/or referral to law enforcement for disturbing the peace or disruption of the school process.

F-4  Fire Lane

All roadways surrounding the perimeter of the school building or any other red curbed areas have been designated as fire lane areas and by law must be kept clear of all vehicles.

F-5  Fireworks

It is unlawful for students to use or have fireworks in their possession.

F-6  Fundraisers

Fundraisers are for the benefit of the school program, not the individual.  Should a student help with fundraising for a school-related group then discontinue their participation for whatever reason, the funds generated by that student still remain with the organization they were intended for and are non-refundable.

H-1  Home and/or Hospital Program (East Shore Focus Center)

If a student is to be absent, for medical reasons, for ten consecutive days or more, parents are requested to notify the school immediately so that the student can be referred to the East Shore Focus Center.   An Administrator can work with students who can’t attend school for long periods of time and get them enrolled in courses at the Focus Center. The Focus center is located in American Fork.  Students can also be referred to the Focus Center on a case-by-case basis.

H-2  Honor Roll

Honor Roll recognition will be determined by the student’s having achieved a grade point average of 3.7 and High Honor Roll will be a GPA of 3.9 or higher.  The grade point average (GPA) is based on the following scale:

A   4.0                  B+  3.4                  C+  2.4                 D+  1.4                  F  0.0

A-  3.7                  B    3.0                  C    2.0                 D    1.0                  

                            B-   2.7                 C-   1.7                  D-   .7

L-1  Lockers

Combination Instructions:

  1. Turn the dial to the RIGHT several full turns, stopping at the 1st number.
  2. Turn the dial to the LEFT, going past the 2nd number once and continuing a full turn to the 2nd number.
  3. Turn the dial RIGHT to the 3rd number. Lift the handle to open the locker.

NOTE: When closing the locker, double-check to make sure it locks, then turn the dial to the right one complete turn.


By using your assigned locker you agree to the following:

“I understand and agree that it is my responsibility to use only the locker assigned to me and to keep the locker clean, secure, and free from illegal or harmful substances. I understand that as school property, the locker rented to me can be searched at any time by proper school authorities and/or their assignee. The school and district are not responsible for lost or stolen items kept in lockers.”

L-2 Lost and Found

The lost and found items are in the Lunchroom. All lost and found articles should be brought to the office immediately. Items not claimed will be donated to charity.

L-3 Lunch

Lunches are sold in the lunchroom by the lunch manager.  Students who qualify for free or reduced-price lunches must file the appropriate form ( with the lunch manager and will receive their lunch account number from her. All food and drink must remain in the lunchroom and common areas, no food

is permitted in the hallways or classroom areas.

2022-23  Lunch Schedule

M-1 Mascot

The Cedar Valley High School mascot is the Aviators.

M-2 Media Center/Library

M-3 Medication

It is against the law for anyone at the school to dispense any kind of medication – even aspirin/Tylenol – without permission from a parent/guardian. The administration of medication to a student while at school should be a rare occurrence. However, there are circumstances that require that medication be given during school hours. Each request for medication will be evaluated individually by the school nurse and administration. Cedar Valley will adhere to the ASD Medication Policy.  Use the following link to the SCHOOL MEDICATION AUTHORIZATION FORM

N-1 Nuisance Items

Items not directly associated with the educational program are not to be brought to school and will be confiscated.

O-1  Office Hours

Office hours are from 7:00-3:00 pm on school days. Attendance office hours are 7:30-2:30 (1:30 close on Wed).

O-2 Out-Of Area Attendance Request

Students who reside outside of the Cedar Valley attendance area and desire to attend Cedar Valley must complete the necessary form and obtain permission from the principal.  Failure to secure permission to attend Cedar Valley High School as an out-of-area student, or failure to live by all the rules and regulations of Cedar Valley High School, which includes attendance, will result in the loss of Cedar Valley membership, and the student will return to their school of residence.

P-1  Parent-Teacher Conferences

Parents may arrange conferences with the teachers at any time by calling the school at 801-610-8825 or by emailing the teacher directly.  Please refer to the Cedar Valley website for dates and times of conferences.

P-2  Parking

Parking at Cedar Valley High School is considered a privilege.  Alpine School District provides parking for students under certain provisions. These conditions apply to all motorized vehicles, including motorcycles and motorized scooters. Cedar Valley High School will request outside assistance if laws are being broken in our parking lots. The following regulations apply to parking and driving on school property:

  1. All vehicles must be registered and insured to park on school property.
  2. Only Cedar Valley High students will be eligible to purchase a CVHS parking permit. Seminary students NOT enrolled at CVHS will NOT be able to park on Cedar Valley property.
  3. Eagle Mountain City, not CVHS, is responsible for parking on Aviator Avenue.
  4. Parking permits will be clearly displayed on the rearview mirror.
  5. Student parking is designated as the parking spots with white lines unless otherwise marked.
  6. Students will not park in Faculty and Visitor parking, including any area with Yellow lines.
  7. Parking in Faculty and Visitor spots will result in a $30.00 ticket (without a CVHS permit displayed) or a $20.00 ticket (with a CVHS permit displayed).
  8. Parking in student spots without a Cedar Valley High permit displayed will result in a $10.00 ticket.
  9. On the 4th consecutive ticket, the vehicle will be booted. There is a $50.00 fee to have the boot removed. The boot will not be removed until all parking tickets and boot fees have been paid.
  10. Students are responsible for all tickets, violations, and booting accrued under this permit. Parking fines are not included under the fee waiver.
  11. Parking fines MUST be paid before any optional school activity/material is purchased (ie. Homecoming, Prom, Yearbook, etc.)
  12. Parking passes may be revoked at any time should students not abide by school rules, policies, parking, and traffic regulations.
  13. Parking permit is not transferable and may only be used with a vehicle that is properly registered with the school.
  14. Cedar Valley High School is not responsible for lost or stolen parking passes.
  15. If a parking pass is modified or altered in any way, the pass will be revoked; and students will not be allowed to park on CVHS property for the remainder of the school year.
  16. Park only in marked stalls in the parking lots.
  17. Parking stalls are available each day on a first-come, first-serve basis. A parking pass does not guarantee a parking stall; also, there are a limited amount of parking passes.
  18. Obey the posted speed limit.
  19. If students possess anything illegal—including tobacco, smoking devices, alcohol, drugs, or weapons— students may lose their pass for the remainder of the school year.
  20. All visitors must check in with the main office or counseling office and register their license plate number to ensure they do not receive a parking ticket. 

All vehicles should be locked at all times to avoid theft.  Alpine School District and CVHS are not responsible for theft or damage to vehicles or their contents.  The maximum speed in the parking lot is 5 mph. Individuals caught speeding; driving recklessly or driving over sidewalks or grassed areas will be cited may lose all parking privileges on school property, and will be subject to school discipline.  Students should be aware that vehicles parked on school property are subject to search when officials have reason to believe weapons, drugs, or objects prohibited by school policy or state law are contained therein.  We reserve the right to deny parking privileges to anyone and to adjust and add to these regulations as needed.  PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THIS DOCUMENT IS YOUR WARNING AND YOU WILL BE ACCOUNTABLE FOR THIS INFORMATION.  

PARKING – Questions:                                                         

Will I still receive a citation or boot even if I only park there for one minute?

The length of time that you are parked illegally is irrelevant. If you park in an area in which you are not allowed, you risk receiving a ticket or boot--no matter what the length of time. A student is NEVER considered to be a visitor.

Can teachers give me permission to park in prohibited areas?

Teachers may NOT make parking exceptions for students. If you have special assignments, activities, or other special situations, you must plan accordingly and make sure that you have time to park appropriately and still make it on time.

Will a boot damage my car?

A boot will not do damage to your car, unless you try to drive with it still on the wheel or attempt to remove the boot.

How do I pay for a boot or a ticket?

You must pay for a boot or a ticket at the finance office. You can pay with cash, check, or card. Only the person whose name is on the card can make a payment with a card.

What do I do if I see a car that is violating school policies?

If at any time you become aware of a car that is parked illegally, you are welcome to report it to the main office; and we will take care of it immediately.

How many chances do I get before I have to pay?

None.  The contract that you read and signed to receive your permit is your warning. It outlines all of the policies at CVHS and the consequences for failure to abide by those policies. You will be responsible for your actions from day one.

Does a permit guarantee that I will have a parking place?

A parking permit allows a student to park in CVHS student parking areas but does NOT guarantee the availability of a spot. Students are encouraged to carpool.


P-3  Public Display of Affection

Sexual activity of any kind is not tolerated on campus or at any school-sponsored activities.

R-1  Report Cards

Report cards are issued online every nine to ten weeks.  Transcripts may be obtained in the counseling office.

S-1  Safe Schools

The Alpine School District Safe Schools policy prohibits disruptive acts, dangerous weapons, hazing/harassment, and abetting, gangs, secret societies, and hate groups.  Any suspicions or potential violations of the Safe Schools Policy may be reported anonymously.

POLICY No. 5182 Students may not:

S-2 School Safety Plan

The Alpine School District and (School) is committed to the safety and well-being of every student and staff member. With the support of the district safety committee, a standard response safety protocol for emergencies has been implemented in every school. The Alpine School District Standard Response Protocol (SRP) is reviewed, evaluated, and improved annually by the district safety committee, school safety teams, school community councils, and local emergency response personnel.  Staff training and school-wide safety drills throughout the school year will teach students and staff how to respond in an emergency situation. Please remember safety is a responsibility of each of us.  If you see something, say something.

S-3  Search and Seizure

School authorities are charged with protecting the health and safety of all students and promoting the effective operation of the school.  The following Search and Seizure guidelines shall be observed to ensure the privacy of individuals and the safety and welfare of all students.

  1. Students shall be free from searches unless there is reasonable cause to believe that something is concealed that may be illegal or pose an immediate danger to the student or to other students or the staff.  School officials may request a student to remove all items from pockets or other personal property.
  2. Lockers remain the property of the school and are provided to students for their convenience.  Students should be aware their assigned locker will be jointly accessible to the student and the school officials and may be subject to search at the discretion of the school officials.
  3. Vehicles.  School officials have the right and the duty to inspect any vehicle parked in the parking lot of their school.  If an official has reasonable cause to believe that the contents threaten the safety, health, or welfare of students, or if they reasonably suspect drugs, weapons, illegal or prohibited matter, or stolen goods, a car may be searched.

S-4  Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is prohibited.  Sexual harassment can threaten a student’s emotional well-being and impair academic progress.  Students have the right to a safe school environment.  Students who participate in prohibited activities shall be dealt with in accordance with the procedures outlined in Alpine School District Policy.

S-5  Sick Room/Health/Nurse’s Services

If a student becomes ill during the day, he/she should obtain a hall pass from his/her teacher and report immediately to the Front/Main Office. If the student’s illness is of such a nature that minor aid does not bring relief, his/her home will be contacted and he/she will be checked out.  Students may not leave campus without first checking out through the Attendance Office.

S-6  Skates, Skate Boards, Scooters

No skates, rollerblades, skateboards, or scooters are allowed to be used on any area of campus.

S-7  Skyward

Cedar Valley High School is using Skyward.  This program allows students and parents to check grades and attendance through the Internet.  Please take a photo ID to the counseling office to get your Web ID and Password.

S-8  Suspensions

Students who are constantly disobeying the regulations of the school or commit serious infractions of conduct are subject to suspension from school.  A written copy of the suspension notice will be given to the student or mailed to the home.  Parents will be notified when the student is suspended.  A reinstatement conference with the student, parent, counselor, and administration is required before he/she is considered for re-admission.

T-1  Telephone

Telephones are to be used to facilitate school business.  Students and teachers will not be called to the phone while class is in session except in cases of extreme emergency.  Office telephones are to be used for official school business only.

T-2  Testing Center

See the Student Center (Counseling Office) regarding all testing items.  

Parental Exclusion Form for 2020-21. Please remember that a parent has to specify the tests that they want their student excluded from.  Parental Exclusion Form in Spanish.

T-3  Textbooks

All school texts are loaned to students for their use during the school year.  Textbooks are to be kept clean and handled carefully.  Students will be fined for loss, damage, and/or writing in textbooks.

T-4  Tobacco, Alcohol, or Drugs

1.0 ALCOHOL/DRUG USE The substance use policy was recently updated in 2021.  Policy 5430- Substance Use

1.1 The Alpine School District Board of Education recognizes that the use, possession, and/or distribution of alcohol, controlled substances, or imitation controlled substances, are illegal under the laws of the State of Utah (Utah Code 58-37-8 and 58-37a-3). Controlled substances include but are not limited to marijuana, cocaine, steroids, heroin, methamphetamine, oil concentrates of controlled substances, nicotine, or other drugs listed in the law. Imitation controlled substances constitute a hazard to the welfare of students, faculty, and to educational programs, and are illegal under the laws of the State of Utah (Utah Code 58-37a-3). An imitation controlled substance is something that looks like or is represented as a controlled substance - even though it isn’t, as well as drug paraphernalia - including but not limited to matches, lighters, rolling papers, hypodermic needles, roach clips, pipes, water pipes, electronic vapor devices, and objects converted to produce, package, distribute, or use drugs.

1.2 The Board encourages the development and implementation of alcohol and drug prevention programs which are designed to provide students with the opportunity to build social skills, enhance self-concepts, and provide information on the harmful effects of alcohol and drugs. The programs are/should be designed to have a positive effect on students and values and to aid in the prevention of misuse and abuse of these substances.

1.3 The Board supports parents in their responsibility to prevent or intervene with problems of substance abuse and to seek help from public and private agencies for students who become involved with substance abuse.

1.4 School administration, faculty, and students shall cooperate fully in reasonable and appropriate law enforcement investigations relative to the use, possession, sale, or distribution of alcohol, controlled substances, imitation controlled substances, or drug paraphernalia in school facilities or during school activities.


2.1 The use of any tobacco product containing nicotine, including but not limited to cigarettes, cigars, smokeless tobacco, dissolvable tobacco, vapors, or oils used in Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS) for students under the age of 19 is against Utah State Law (Utah Code 76-10-105).

2.2 For the purposes of this policy, "use of tobacco" is defined to include smoking, inhaling, chewing, and absorbing tobacco or any products containing any form of nicotine. It also includes distribution, sale, or consorting with others who possess or are using any form of tobacco (including oil concentrates and vapors) or a facsimile of a tobacco product.

2.3 Possession of tobacco paraphernalia, for students under the age of 19 is against Utah State Law (Utah Code 76-10-105). tobacco paraphernalia includes but is not limited to Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS), pipes, lighters, matches, pouches, packaging, cylinders, cartridges, rolling papers, facsimile, and/or any items used for the intention of using a tobacco product or disguising the product/device.

2.4 Violators of Utah State Law governing use/possession of tobacco and paraphernalia are referred to the Juvenile Court as "status offenders under the criminal code" and not under the Controlled Substance Act. Therefore, violators in schools, at school-sponsored activities, on school grounds, or within 1,000 feet of school property may be issued citations by law enforcement authorities, and subsequent Juvenile Court action may be taken (Utah Code 76-105).

2.5 Schools shall encourage violators to attend a smoking cessation class, and/or place the student on in-school or out-of-school suspension.

Alcohol and Drug Use/Posses        Distribution or Intent to Distribute

First Offense:        Referral to law enforcement agency

Referral to law enforcement agency           Notify Parents

Possible suspension (up to 10 days)          Begin immediate expulsion

Parent confer, non-use contract                Tobacco Use/Possession

Refer to the Substance abuse course           First Offense:

Students must complete the course to return              the Referral to the law enforcement agency

Non-participation in extra-curriculum             Notify parents

Second and Subsequent Offenses:        Possible 10-day suspension

Referral to law enforcement agency           Second Offense:

Suspension, initiate expulsion process          Submit a court referral

Referral a Parent/Teen Program         Notify parents

second-time                                  Ten-day suspension

T-5  Transcript of Credit

Transcripts can be picked up from the Counseling Office.  At least a two-day notice is needed to receive an official transcript.  Each senior student may have a copy of his/her transcript sent to one school or agency FREE, provided they are ordered prior to June 15 of the year graduated.  Additional transcripts ordered after this time will cost $1.00 each.

T-6  Transferring Out of School

Students withdrawing out of Cedar Valley, for any reason, need to see the registrar for appropriate withdrawal forms.  A student will be asked to provide forwarding school information.  Textbooks, locks, and equipment need to be handed in before the student leaves.  Any unpaid fees or fines must be cleared before a student’s transcript of credit will be sent to his/her new school.  Any unpaid fees or fines not taken care of before a student transfers will be turned over to a collection agency.

V-1  Valuables

It is suggested that students not bring large amounts of money or valuables to school.  Do not leave money, watches, rings, purses, or any other article of value in lockers, classrooms, or restrooms.  If you lose an article, please check the lost and found; or if an item is stolen, please make a report with the school resource officer.  It is suggested that you leave all valuables at home.

V-2  Vandalism

Students participating in acts of vandalism may be referred to Juvenile Court and District Administrative Hearing for possible expulsion from school.

V-3  Vending Machines

If vending machines are available on campus: vending machines are used at your own risk.  Private companies service the machines; therefore Cedar Valley is not responsible for their operation and upkeep.  The machines are available before school, during class breaks, and after school.

V-4  Visitors

Adult visitors may not be on campus without a visitor pass.  A visitor must report to the main office to sign in and obtain a visitor's pass.  All visitors must secure a visitor’s pass from an administrator.  Anyone not belonging in the school may be referred to the police department and charged with trespassing.  Student visitors are not permitted on campus.  Disruptions to the educational process preclude students from bringing friends, relatives, or pets to campus.

V-5  Vocational Programs (CTE)

The Alpine School District has worked out an arrangement with Utah Valley University (UVU) and MTECH whereby students may attend classes in a limited number of special programs.  Those students who are interested in specific career choices should consult with their counselor early in their high school career.

W-1  Work Study/Early Release

Early release or work-study requires administration approval.  When a student is approved for Work Study/Early Release, they are not registered for classes on campus during those periods. In order to be approved for a release period, students must have transportation to leave campus.  Students should not linger on campus during the release time.  If the early release privilege is abused, the privilege will be revoked.