Rules/Regulations

**Due to capacity and fire code regulations of the El Toro Athletic Complex, only 6 tickets will be distributed to every family that has a graduate. By doing so, El Toro High School is able to fulfill its commitment of providing a safe, secure, and comfortable venue for its students and families.**


Demerits: Thursday, May 31st, 2018

-In order to participate in Prom and other Senior Week activities, you must be an El Toro High School student in good standing. This means that you have met all of your discipline commitments and that you have cleared all your demerits. All demerits must be cleared by Thursday, May 31st, 2018. For your convenience, demerit lists are posted in front of the Activities Office and in the Administration Building.


Textbook Return Process

-Notices will be sent out to every Senior detailing what textbooks/novels they have checked out, outstanding fines they may have, when books need to be returned, and the time line for replacing lost textbooks.

-Fine notices will also be mailed or emailed home.

-Teachers will have details regarding the library year end schedule that includes when books are due so they can bring their students to the library to return textbooks.

-Seniors will receive instruction from the Library Clerk and their teachers regarding textbook return.


Community Service Graduation Requirement:

-All Seniors should have turned in a minimum of 8 hours of community service by Friday, June 1st, 2018 by the end of the school day. Check with your Guidance Technician for more information.


Attendance and Behavior at Senior Activities

-All Senior Activities are mandatory (excluding Disneyland Theme Park, attendance verified in Charger Hall that morning). Senior Week is still part of the school year, and like any other school day, attendance is mandatory. Any inappropriate behavior at Senior Activities and/or school activities prior to commencement may prevent the Senior from walking at commencement.