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The Office of the Deans is located in the Student Services Center. It is open daily throughout the school year from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. A Dean of Men and Dean of Women assist the students, faculty and administration in issues related to student behavioral expectations and conduct.

If a student has a behavorial issue that is referred to one of the Deans, parents/guardians will be notified. If a student receives a minor infraction parents will receive a notice via myPointe.

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  • Party Tips for Parents

    If the party is at your home:
    *Before the party set the ground rules.  Your children need to know what you expect. 
    *Limit attendance.  Don’t allow “open” or “flash” parties to occur. 
    *Designate the “off-limits” rooms in your house. 
    *Know your legal responsibilities.  Share this information with your child. 
    (It is illegal for an adult to provide alcohol to anyone under 21.  It is a class 1 misdemeanor – maximum penalty is 6 months in jail and $2500 fine.  It is illegal for an adult to knowingly allow alcohol to be consumed by anyone under 21 – even in their own home. It is a class 1 misdemeanor – maximum penalty is 6 months in jail and $2500 fine.)
    *Remove any family liquor from areas where underage people will be. 
    *Set a time for guests to leave. 
    Invite other adults to help chaperone. 
    *Contact Salpointe Catholic if you wish to borrow their Alcohol Sensors and be trained in their use. 

    During the party:
    *Be present and visible.  Greet guests as they arrive. 
    *If using the Alcohol Sensors, check every young person as they enter the party. 
    *If someone arrives at the party and has been drinking, immediately call his/her parents.  Do not allow the young person to leave the party until parents have arrived to pick him/her up. 
    *Occasionally check on food and soda and monitor your yard and driveway. 
    *Don’t be pressured into staying out of sight. 
    *Prohibit smoking. 
    *If someone is found to be drinking or using other drugs during the party, immediately call his/her parents.  Do not let allow the young person to leave until parents have arrived to pick him/her up. 
    *Be sure that guests do not leave and then return to the party. 
    *Backpacks and coats must be left at the door.  Consider checking the contents of the backpacks. 
    *Cups, open cans/bottles (including water bottles) cannot be brought into the party. 
    *Call police if unwanted guests refuse to leave. 
    *Never allow anyone to drive whom you suspect to be under the influence

    If the party is somewhere else:
    *Call the host parents to be sure that a parent will be present and visible and that no alcohol will be allowed. 
    *Know how your child will get to and from the party. 
    *Make sure that you can be reached if your child wants to leave early. 
    *Be awake for your child’s return or have him/her awaken you. 
    *Do not allow sleepovers. 
    *Establish firm, clear rules against drinking and/or driving under the influence.  Be clear about riding with someone who has been drinking or using drugs. 
    *Provide your child with cab fare and cab number, or set up the Uber or other rideshare app, on thier smartphone in case he/she is in a situation where there is no other safe way to get home. 

    Try not to leave your child home alone while you are out of town.  Word spreads quickly that a home is unchaperoned. 

    If you must leave your child unsupervised for an evening or a weekend:
    * Tell a neighbor and relative about your scheduled absence.
    * Do not allow your child to have “just a few” friends over to keep them company.
    * Be clear with your child about your rules and expectations.
    * Make sure that your child knows how to reach you and has other local emergency numbers.

Meet Our Deans Office

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Salpointe Catholic High School

1545 E. Copper St.,
Tucson, AZ 85719
(520) 327-6581
Attendance: (520) 327-1990
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