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Welcome to Guyer High School
Home of the Wildcats
ATTENTION: 2019-2020 NEW STUDENT
Please visit our school finder page or call Denton ISD’s Transportation Department at 940.369.0300 to determine if Guyer High School is your new campus.
Once confirming that Guyer is your new home campus, please click on the New Student Enrollment Information page to complete the online Infosnap Registration for New Students. Once completed, you will need to come to your zoned campus before 10:00 a.m. with the following documentation:
1) Student's withdrawal paperwork from their previous campus, including student's final transcript listing high school credits awarded and withdrawal grades.
2) Student's current immunization records, birth certificate & social security card
3) Printed InfoSnap verification page.
4) Parent/Guardian current photo ID and proof of residency (water, electric or gas bill dated within 30 days)YOUR STUDENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO ATTEND CLASS ON THE SAME DAY THE ENROLL.
Enrollment is not complete until all required documents are returned to our campus.Students will not be placed on a class roster until registration is completed.
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Important information regarding Credits denied due to absences:
Texas Education Code (TEC 25.092) provides that “(a) Except as provided by this section, a student in any grade level from kindergarten through grade 12 may not be given credit or a final grade for a class unless the student is in attendance for at least 90 percent of the days the class is offered.” All absences, whether excused or unexcused, must be considered in determining whether a student has attended the required percentage of days.
In accordance with state statute, a student MAY not be awarded credit for a course if they have absences totaling more than 10% of class days for a course. While reviewing your student’s report card, please notice the column indicating credits. If your student passed a class but received no credit, it could be related to excessive absences.
Per state law, parent notes do not excuse the 90% rule. However, state law allows provisions for regaining lost credit through building-level attendance review committees and administrative review. For further understanding, please see pages 26 and 31 of the 2017 -2018 Student and Parent Handbook. Please contact your student’s assistant principal if you have questions and/or concerns regarding credit recovery.
Last Modified on January 31, 2020