- Student Service
- Student Handbook
- School and Student Policies
- Discipline Handbook
- School Emergency Information
- Student Counseling
- Title IX
NRCCS is a part of the Steamboat Springs School District, but control of the day-to-day operations is given to the charter school staff, under the philosophy set forth by the NRCCS board of directors. We look forward to building a healthy relationship with you and your child. We believe parents play a very important role in their child’s education and NRCCS offers many opportunities for parents to be involved.
Welcome to NRCCS, where our excellent staff will provide an exceptional and unique learning experience for your child!
S-1 School Entrance
S-2 School Day
S-3 Student Absences
S-6 Student Searches
S-13 Student Dress Code
S-15 Student Class Size
S-18 Enrollment Process
S-21 FERPA Statement
S-22 Disciplinary Form
S-23 Incident Report
S-24-A Code of Conduct
S-25 Expulsion Prevention
S-29 Weapons in School
S-30 Student Travel
S-31 Sexual Harassment
S-31-A Sexual Harassment with Title IX
F-04 Accident Reports — Forms are further down this list
Each student and employee of NRCCS is entitled to learn and work in a safe school environment. To ensure this, the school has established clear student discipline policies and consequences. The following Discipline Handbook contains discipline guidelines, which are based upon the NRCCS Board of Education Policies, and which apply at any time a student is on school grounds, in a school vehicle, or at a school activity or sanctioned event.
These guidelines are intended to protect students and staff from harm, to provide opportunities for students to learn from their mistakes, to foster a positive learning community, to keep students in School, and to show mindful consideration of negative impacts that can occur as result of involvement with the criminal justice system.
NRCCS takes security very seriously. We have adopted the K-12 security response protocol (SRP) from the the "i love you guys" foundation: Standard Response Protocol
Part of the SRP dictates that when in an emergency, When You Hear It, Do It!!
We have also worked very hard with multiple Routt County agencies to create a Reunification/Communication Plan.
Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 is a federal law that states: "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance."
Below are the steps and regulations that NRCCS is taking in order to be in compliance.
We have a number of Friday half-days that end at noon. That means no lunch, with students being picked up at noon. The bus will be in town between 12:30 and 12:45 p.m.
If you need afternoon care for your child/ren, please email or call Ms. Stella; our Paraprrofessonals accompany students to the Bud Werner Library for the afternoon, with parent pick-up occurs between 3 and 3:15 p.m.
The link below contains contact information for therapists, counseling services, primary care and mental health facilities, drug evaluations and addiction counseling services, and much more.