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WOODLAWN HIGH SCHOOL ID POLICY

Identification/Entry to School

    • An ID card must be presented to any school staff member or any person of authority who asks to see the ID card.
    • Students must present their ID cards when entering the school.

STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR AND VISIBLY DISPLAY THEIR WOODLAWN HIGH SCHOOL IDENTIFICATION CARD IMPRINTED WITH A PHOTO AND CURRENT GRADE WHILE IN THE SCHOOL BUILDING OR ON CAMPUS (WOODLAWN SCHOOL PROPERTY). ID’s may be temporarily removed only during physical education classes.

Failure to Have ID Card Upon Entry to Building
If the permanent ID is lost or misplaced, the student must proceed directly to the MAIN OFFICE and purchase a TEMPORARY ID. Temporary ID’s cost $1.00. Students must display or replace the missing permanent ID as quickly as possible.


Rules for Wearing the ID Card

    • Cards must be visible at all times.
    • Cards must be worn on a school-issued neck chain.
    • Cards must be positioned with the picture side displayed.
    • Cards are to be worn no lower than mid-chest level.
    • Temporary ID’s must also be displayed according to the current date and the above rules.
    • ID cards may not be defaced or have graffiti written on them. Gang-related graffiti will be treated as gang activity.
    • Damaged cards must be replaced at student’s expense.

This policy has been implemented to provide saftey for all students, faculty, and staff.

 

If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please contact Woodlawn High School at (205) 231-8000.

 

Thank you for adhering to this policy.

 

Note: Student issued identification cards allow members of the faculty and staff to positively identify students enrolled at Woodlawn High School. Students failing to provide authenticated id's will be approached as trespassers.
 

Students' images and names are posted in compliance with Birmingham City Schools Board of Education Policy and the federal Child Internet Protection Act.