Dean of Students
The Creighton Prep discipline process is rooted in Gospel values and the profile of The Graduate at Graduation. The purpose of the Creighton Prep discipline process is to provide immediate and consistent logical consequences that will facilitate personal growth and development of social skills. Students who experience consistent, logical, and realistic consequences learn that they have positive control over their lives.
- Daily Announcements
- Daily Jug List - Log on to Canvas.
- Saturday Jug - Log on to Canvas.
- Laughlin Hour Jug - Log on to Canvas.
- Discipline Fines and Fees - Log on to PowerSchool.
- Documents and Forms
Creighton Prep believes that class attendance is critical to the learning process. Absences are therefore limited to six absences for any reason in a course during a semester. Any absence from school requires a written note from a parent or guardian. If a note is not possible in advance of the absence, a phone call is required with a note upon the return of the student. All notes are due no later than the day of the return. For longer planned absences, special permission is required using our Planned Absence Form. You may phone in any absences to the Dean's Office 402-393-1128. Notes for absences may be hand delivered by the student or faxed to 402-548-3807.
In order to teach appropriate social skills, students are required to carry a demerit card at all times. Students earn demerits for a variety of reasons including a lack of promptness, responsiblity or truthfulness, skipping class, inappropriate use of cell phones, not listening, not following directions or accepting criticism and for disagreeing inappropriately. Morning jug begins at 7:15. This jug is generally earned for earning five demerits. Ninth hour jug is earned when one misses morning jug. A student who earns ninth hour jug must be present in jug immediately after school and the following school day morning. Saturday jug is assigned to students with more significant discipline issues such as skipping class or ninth hour jug, leaving campus without permission and for a variety of other issues.
Students with potentially life-threatening situations should have an emergency action plan on file in the Dean's Office. Doing this ensures the best possible care for the student if this situation should arise. In addition, students who need to take prescription medication during the school day require written doctor and parent authorization. All prescription medications must be stored and taken in the Dean's Office. These emergency plans and medication forms are generally available through your doctor's office and on the documents and forms page on this website.