Sheridan Technical High School is proud to provide a safe and secure learning environment, one that fosters intellectual development, creativity, and friendships. The policies and procedures that govern our school enable us to create, grow, and sustain a wonderful educational community. Please review the policies below.
Since one of our primary goals is to prepare students for employment, students are required to dress neatly, to be clean and well groomed, and to dress appropriately as determined by the code of student conduct. Certain programs require students to wear a uniform and/or safety apparel every day to class. Career Dual Enrollment students will be given a uniform on the first day of class (if appropriate). If a student wishes to purchase an additional uniform they can do so by contacting Cindy Chaulsett in Administration. Students who do not require a uniform will be given a Sheridan Technical High School Career Dual Enrollment shirt and will be able to order additional shirts by also contacting Cindy Chaulsett in Administration.
Identification badges will be issued to all Career Dual Enrollment on the first day of class. Students are required to wear their identification badge at all times while on campus. There is no cost for the first identification badge. However, a fee will be charged for a replacement badge.
Reporting an Absence or Tardy
Absences must be reported to Denise Mancini at 754-321-7461
The report needs to come from a parent and give the date(s) of the absence and the reason for it. Parents must report these absences within two days following the absences. A note can be sent either the day before or not later than the second day after the absence.
Attendance Policy 5.5
- All students’ absences must align with the eight (8) reasons allowed for absences, as outlined in the Attendance Policy and in the Code of Student Conduct.
- Parents must state reason (from approved list) for absence when they call in or write a note to report a student’s absence.
- Absences can only be excused if they correspond with one of the eight (8) allowed reasons.
Attendance Policy (pdf)
Sheridan Technical High School Parking Policy
Students who are driving themselves to the Sheridan Technical High School campus for Career Dual Enrollment programs are permitted to park only in the specific areas designated as student parking. No Parking, Staff Only, Handicap, and Fire Lane designations must be observed and will be enforced by school security. The maximum speed limit on campus is 10 mph.
The School Board of Broward County, Florida is not responsible for damage to or loss from automobiles or other vehicles parked or operated on school property.