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Student Handbooks

Welcome to the Neosho School District Student Handbooks section! We believe that a successful educational experience is built on a foundation of clear expectations and guidelines for both students and parents. Our student handbooks serve as essential resources, providing valuable information on school policies, procedures, and the code of conduct.

We offer student handbooks for each level of education, tailored to meet the unique needs and challenges faced by students at different stages of their academic journey:


  1. Elementary and Middle School Handbook: Designed to address the needs of our young learners in elementary and middle school, this handbook outlines essential guidelines for behavior, attendance, dress code, and academic expectations. Parents and students alike will find valuable insights into creating a positive and nurturing learning environment.

Elementary and Middle School Handbook


  1. Junior High Handbook: This handbook caters to students in the junior high grades and delves deeper into the academic and social aspects of their education. It covers topics like course selection, extracurricular activities, and academic support services, providing students with the tools they need to thrive in the transition to high school.

Junior High Handbook


  1. High School Student Handbook: Our High School Student Handbook is tailored to meet the needs of our older students, providing them with valuable information on graduation requirements, college and career planning, student organizations, and other opportunities for personal growth and achievement.

High School Handbook


  1. Central Campus Handbook: Central Campus serves as an alternative learning school, providing an enriching experience and measurable learning for students through a non-traditional setting. Our Central Campus Handbook outlines the unique educational opportunities offered to students and the supportive environment that fosters individual growth.

Central Campus Handbook