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Creek Compass

Student Newspaper of Caney Creek High School

Creek Compass

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Exemption Policy Changes for Students

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Photo: Margarita Rangel
New exemption form requirements for all grade levels given out to students who are eligible. All fines must be cleared before submitting form, all forms due Dec. 7, 2023 at 2:30 p.m. to Ms. Dominguez in the front office.

Monday Dec. 11, 2023 to Friday Dec. 15, 2023 students will be taking their final exams. 

The exemption policy is different from last year, this year it will allow seniors to exempt all Fall and Spring exams if they have an average of 80 with four absences and a 90 average with three absences per semester. 

Lower classes may only exempt during the Spring semester; juniors can exempt five exams, sophomores can exempt four, and freshmen can exempt three. Their average must be an 80 to a 90, allowing three semester absences for an average of 80 or four semester absences for a 90 average. Absences from the Fall semester will carry over into Spring.

The discipline requirements are as follows; students who receive  ISS, OSS, DAEP, or JAEP are not eligible for exemption from their exams. 10 tardies are allowed per semester, and all fines and fees must be cleared.

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On Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2023, exams will begin in 7th period from 12:35 p.m. to 2:25 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of the same week will be half days where students will take two exams a day; releasing at 11:20 a.m. on these days. Wednesday exams will be 1st and 2nd, Thursday exams will be 3rd and 4th, and Friday exams will be 5th and 6th. 

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Robin Lafford, Reporter
Robin Lafford is a reporter for Caney Creek High School, focusing on national and international news. Lafford has been part of staff for a few weeks, previously being a photographer and moving when photography teacher Ms. Treistman said she would be a good fit since they are very interested in politics. She formerly participated in robotics, going to a Lego Ag. competition where her friends won 3rd place. Their freshman year they lettered in academics, receiving a letterman early in her sophomore year. She has been in many AP and honors classes through her high school career, taking great pride in being an A-B student. Lafford takes great interest in music, her favorite band being Pierce the Veil. They enjoy reading, art, and spending time with her best friend Kaleb.
Margarita Rangel, Website Editor-in-Chief
Margarita Rangel is Website editor-in-Chief and a photographer on Student Media. She has been on staff for three years now, apart from Student Media she's also a member of some honor societies. Secretary in NAHS, member of NHS, NTHS, StuCo, and Key Club. Rangel is also the Caney Creek intern for Conroe ISD sports photography.  Favorite colors that bring her joy are Cobalt blue and Seafoam green. Her favorite band is Three Days Grace and is in love with DPR Ian and LIVE. She loves Criminals Minds, Greys Anatomy and streaming thriller Documentaries, her favorite horror movies is Insidious the Last Key.  SHE ALSO VERY MUCH ENJOYS SPENDING HER TIME WITH LIZ AND NAT. (she also did everyone profiles so when you get the chance tell her good job even if she cant take the compliment..)
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