Student Services

Student Services Office

(559) 327-5047

Office Hours 7:15am to 4:30pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Office Hours 7:30am to 4:00pm Wednesday

Cari Loete, Student Services Learning Director

The Student Services Office offers the following services:

Campus Safety and Security

Student Discipline & Attendance

Bullying & Harassment Reports

Incident and Vandalism Reports

Student Attendance Review Board (SARB)

Crime Stoppers

Lost and Found

Code of Ethics Hearings

Dress Code Enforcement

After School and Lunch Detention  Click Here for the Detention Schedule

Wednesday and Saturday Recovery School

Last Name   First Name   Title   Email  
Allen Trisha Student Relations Liaison
Bandy Lindsay Student Relations Liaison
Banks Jenn Truancy Officer
Chafi Stephen Student Relations Liaison
Fregoso Mariela Campus Monitor
Gay Matthew Campus Monitor
Hiyane Cy GR Psychologist
Johnson Karen Guidance Learning Specialist
Loete Cari Learning Director/Students Services
Mansfield Stacey Cari Loete's Administrative Assistant
Marshall Angela Transition Team SRL
Mason Rozene Receptionist
Miller Kevin Transition Team Coordinator
Ness Lee GR School Resource Office
Omi Gary Transition Counselor
Pierce Will Student Relations Liaison
Reap Kayleigh Nurse
Robinson Kevin Transition Team SRL
Rocha-Newman Loretta Nurse
Scozzari Janiece CN Psychologist
Segal Denise School Psychologist
Silvas Michael Student Relations Liaison
Steinhardt Justin CN School Resource Officer
Tolbert Michelle Transition Team SRL
Tragitt Grazia Health Assistant



Recovery School

Wednesdays 3:00pm to 7:00pm in Room 295 or 277 for GR/CN 

Saturdays 8:00am to 12:00pm in Room 136 or 132 for GR/CN


Dress Code will be enforced at ALL school-related activities both on and off campus.

The Clovis Unified School District Governing Board has adopted the following Dress Code policies to be implemented during the 2017-18 school year.  These policies ensure a safe school setting conducive to a positive learning environment.  For a complete text of the Administrative Regulations (No. 2105) refer to the CUSD: Student and Parent Rights and Responsibilities.

All clothing shall be neat, clean and acceptable in repair and appearance and shall be worn within the bounds of decency and good taste as appropriate for school.  Garments shall be sufficient to appropriately conceal undergarments at all times.

General Clothing Guidelines:

  • Articles of clothing which display gang symbols, profanity or products or slogans that promote tobacco, alcohol, drugs or sex are prohibited; materially interfere with school work; create disorder or disrupt the educational process are not allowed.
  • Any clothing or apparel that a student or group of students wear to identify themselves for the purpose of harassing, threatening, or intimidating others will not be allowed.  Military, paramilitary, or camouflage (military style) will not be permitted.
  • Extreme fashion that draws undue attention to the student will not be allowed.  This includes distracting clothing and distracting make-up, etc.
  • Jackets and other apparel depicting professional sports teams shall not be worn.  Jackets or other apparel depicting college or university teams are acceptable unless such team designations are associated with gangs or otherwise conflict with the standards for acceptable apparel.
  • Underwear-type sleeveless shirts, athletic tank tops, beach wear, swim wear, halter-tops, tube tops, spaghetti straps, bare midriffs or chest, see-through or fishnet outfits, or off the shoulder and low-cut tops are not appropriate or acceptable. Dresses and skirts are to be worn no shorter than five inches (5”) above the top of the kneecap, but no shorter than mid-thigh.  Clothing that exposes bare midriffs or cleavages is prohibited.  Shoulder straps on tops and other clothing must be minimum of two inches (2”) wide.
  • The wearing of shorts will be permissible year round.  Shorts are to be worn no shorter than five inches (5”) above the top of the kneecap, but no shorter than mid-thigh.  Shorts are to be hemmed and not form fitting.  Bike shorts (spandex) gym shorts, frayed shorts, or shorts with holes are unacceptable.  Athletic shorts with pockets are permissible.  Shorts worn during Physical Education may not be worn during regular class time at secondary sites. All sportswear-type shorts, bike shorts (spandex) gym shorts, frayed shorts, or shorts with holes are unacceptable. 
  • Straps on shoes and clothing must be fastened at all times.
  • Leggings will be allowed if over-garment is no shorter than five inches (5”) above the top of the kneecap, but no shorter than mid-thigh.
  • Shoes must be worn by all students.  No hard-toed or steel-toed shoes/boots will be allowed.  No high top, laced up, or military styled boots will be allowed.  Shoes or sandals without heel straps that do not present a safety concern may be worn by students in grades 7 through 12, except during physical education classes, while participating in school-related athletic competitions, event or activities or while participating in other activates where safety is a concern.  Backless shoes commonly known as “flip-flops”, “beach shoes”, “soccer sandals”, “zories” and/or thongs are inappropriate and will not be allowed.  See Exhibit No. 2105 (2)
  • No slippers or sleepwear will be allowed.
  • Excessively baggy pants, including sweatpants, are not allowed.  Pants cannot exceed five inches (5”) when measured at the kneecap of the straightened leg.  Pants must fit and be worn at the natural waist at all times.  The bottom of the pant leg may not be frayed (manufactured or otherwise) or drag on the ground.  Pants must be hemmed and not stapled, pinned or taped.
  • Only Clovis North Educational Center headgear, sold in the student store or provided by a CNEC sanctioned club, team, or activity may be worn.  Headgear may not be altered or modified.  Handkerchiefs and sweatbands are not permitted unless they are Clovis Unified headgear.
  • No frayed clothing is acceptable (manufactured or otherwise).  Ripped clothing, without a hem is not permitted.
  • Clothing, jewelry and personal items shall be free of writing, pictures, or any other insignia which are crude, vulgar, profane, or sexually suggestive: shall not bear drug, alcohol or tobacco company advertising, promotions or likenesses; shall not promote violence, illegal activity, or relate to gang affiliation or activity; and shall not advocate racial, religious, or sexual orientation prejudice.
  • Clothes shall be worn as intended and be sufficient to conceal undergarments, which shall be worn and covered at all times.
  • Pro logos on school materials of any kind are not acceptable (binders, folders, backpacks, pens, pencils, etc.)
  • Hair that draws undo attention is not acceptable.  This includes unusual designs, colors, symbols, razor cuts, messages, Mohawks, feathers, extensions, or tails.  Partial razor shaving of the head may only be one inch above the top of the ear.
  • Body piercing is not permitted (eyebrows, nose, lips, and tongue).  Tattoos (permanent or otherwise) must be covered at all times.
  • The principal or his/her designee shall have the discretion to suspend the wearing of certain articles of clothing by an individual because of habitual student violations.
  • All clothing must be worn to the fullest function of the garment.  Specifically overalls must be strapped, hats worn forward, and pants worn at the appropriate waist level.
  • Bandannas or bandanna-patterned articles may not be worn, carried, or displayed regardless of color.


  • Hair shall be clean and neatly groomed.
  • Hair or mustache styles which cause undue attention are not acceptable: e.g., unusual design, colors, symbols, messages, mohawks, Faux-Hawks, or unusual razor cuts.  Complete razor shaving of the head is allowed.
  • Beards are not allowed.  Sideburn are allowed, but may not extend past the base if the earlobe or be wider than one inch (1”)
  • Bangs or other hairstyles must not obstruct nor interfere with vision.
  • For those courses where long hair may pose a safety risk, such as where mechanical equipment with moving parts are used or where there is an open flame, long hair must be in a protective head covering, such as a hair net or cap, or hair must be securely bound behind the head, consistent with rules established by the instructor.
  • Tattoos, permanent or temporary, must be covered at all times. 


  • Piercing jewelry is acceptable in the ears only.  Piercing jewelry that is intended to alter the natural shape of the ear is prohibited.  Other body piercing jewelry (e.g., that for piercings in the eyebrow, nose, lips, tongue) is not acceptable.  Distracting jewelry including piercing jewelry that draw undue attention, is not allowed.


  • Exceptions to the dress code may be made for special days or special events as approved by the administration. 
  • According to California State Education Code, the final decision of whether the student’s appearance is acceptable, or not, is up to the school and its Governing Board.  The dress code will be reviewed annually in May by a committee of students, faculty, parents, and administration, with a revised version being resubmitted to the Governing Board for use during the next school year.
  • The dress code described above was current in April 2016.  Any revisions made after printing for the 2017-2018 school year will be announced in any of the following venues: published by the district in school newsletters, district publications, and/or presented to the student body in the fall. 


Students who are considered out of dress code are referred to Student Services.  If a student is determined to be out of dress code by the Student Services staff, the student will be given a fix-it ticket, but will remain in their class until their unscheduled lunch time, at which time they will go to the Student Services Office to make arrangements to change into acceptable apparel.  If the clothing item is deemed to be out of the bounds of decency and good taste as appropriate for school, the student will be required to change into dress that is consistent with the Board’s dress code policy, which governs acceptable and appropriate apparel, immediately.  Repeat offenders will face disciplinary action.


Students will be issued consequences for each truancy or uncleared absence.  Habitual truancies/uncleared absences may lead to loss of privileges, discipline, referral to the School Attendance Review Board (SARB), and/or referral to alternative education.  Students, who leave class without permission, leave campus at lunch without proper clearance, or leave school without checking out through the Attendance Office will be considered in violation of school/District policy.