• SCHOOL POLICY

 

  • All visitors (parents, grandparents, community volunteers, etc) must check in at the Lobby Guard Kiosk near the office before entering school grounds.
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  • Please do not bring younger brothers, sisters, or other visitors to school without permission from your child’s teacher.
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  • Parents are asked not to request students to stay in during recess unless it is by doctor’s orders only.  We expect you to have your children suitably dressed for the weather.
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  • The students may wear shorts to school.  However, the shorts must be mid-thigh in length.  No spaghetti strapped shirts – straps must be at least 1 inch in width and all shirts must have a collar.
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  • Students may not wear flip-flop shoes or platform-style high heel shoes of any kind.  Sandals must have a strap around the heel.  This is to prevent injury.
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  • Students may not wear footwear with wheels inside.  However, if this is their only shoe, they may not use the wheels on the playground.
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  • If students bring toys, balls, or their personal property to school, they do so at the risk of losing them.  The school will not be held liable for damaged or lost items.
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  • School personnel are not allowed to prescribe or administer prescription medication/Tylenol to children.  When a child is attending school and medication/Tylenol is needed during the school day, the parent or guardian must notify either the school nurse or principal in writing.  The type of medication, daily dosage, and duration taken should be indicated. 
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  • The school has a movie policy – parents will be notified when a “PG” rated movie will be shown at the school at least 24 hours in advance.  If parents object to their child seeing this movie, the student may go to another room for silent reading.  “G” rated movies will not require a note home.
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  • Parents may be required to accompany an unruly child or a student who has been a discipline problem on field trips.  If the parent cannot be with the child on the field trip, the child must stay home.
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  • Parents may not bring pre-school children with them when they accompany a class on a field trip.  Our insurance will not cover pre-school children.  It is also the feeling of the school that parents chaperoning field trips are needed to help with the students in class, not watch pre-school children, so it is not acceptable for you to bring your pre-school children in your own private car.
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  • Due to guidelines set by the State Health Department, the school will not allow home baked goods to be brought to the school for birthdays, school parties, etc.  Instead, we suggest individually wrapped treats, food and punch from stores, as they are prepared under food inspection guidelines.