Updates

Edited Wording - Dress Code - Girls Uniforms

Updated 4/29/22

SKIRTS/JUMPERS/SHORTS:

  • Old Wording - Navy skort (to the knee in length) - kindergarten through sixth grade only
  • Updated Wording - Navy skort (to the knee in length)

Edited Wording - Code of Conduct

Updated 3/4/22

Tardy to Class

  • Old Wording - Students in seventh through twelfth grade who receive three unexcused tardies to class per nine-week period will receive a detention. Students who are tardy to class must report to the school office to receive a pass to be admitted to the classroom.
  • Updated Wording - Students in seventh through twelfth grade who receive three unexcused tardies to class will receive a detention. Students who are tardy to class must report to the school office to receive a pass to be admitted to the classroom.

Added Wording - Admissions

Updated 11/3/21

Three-year-old preschool students must be three on the first day of attendance and may be required to repeat the three-year-old program the following school year depending on their birthdate.

Four-year-old preschool students must be four by September 30 of the current school year in order to enroll in the four-year-old preschool program.

Kindergarten students must be five years old by September 30 of the current school year in order to enroll in kindergarten.

Added Wording - Uniforms

Updated 11/3/21

All preschool students are required to be daytime potty trained. No diapers or pull-ups will be permitted at any time. A seasonally appropriate change of clothing placed inside a resealable plastic bag must be kept in the student’s backpack throughout the school year.

Updated Wording - After-School Detention

Updated 10/4/21
  • Old Wording - The teacher that issued the detention will contact the parent the day the detention is issued to the student. Detention forms must be signed and returned the following school day.
  • Updated Wording - The teacher that initiated the detention will contact the parent the day the detention is issued to the student. Detention forms must be signed and returned the following school day.

  • Old Wording - Detentions will be scheduled on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:10 PM until 3:55 PM Parents will be notified by phone and written communication.
  • Updated Wording - Detentions will be scheduled on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursdays from 3:10 PM until 3:55 PM Parents will be notified by phone or email and written communication.

Updated Wording - Parent Volunteers

Updated 9/3/21
  • Old Wording - Volunteers who work directly with students must agree to a background check at their own expense prior to their volunteer work.
  • Updated Wording - Volunteers who work directly with students must submit to and pass a background check at their own expense prior to their volunteer work.

Section Added

Added 8/23/21

Student Lockers

Lockers are assigned to students for the purpose of storing books, backpacks, school supplies, lunch and outerwear.

  • Students may add items such as shelves and magnetic storage bins to maximize space.
  • Students may not attach or adhere any item to the outside of their locker, nor on the wall surrounding their locker. Exceptions may be occasionally allowed with administrator approval.
  • Students may not post inappropriate photos, signs, notes, etc. inside their locker. Appropriate items may be hung inside a locker with magnets only. Students are not to use stickers or other adhesives to hang items inside their locker.
  • It is the student's responsibility to keep their locker organized and clean. The door should easily close and straps of backpacks or other items should be enclosed inside the locker when the door is closed. Students are also responsible for disposing of trash on the floor around their locker.
  • Students may not leave spoiled food or beverages inside their locker.
  • Students may not overfill the locker to the point that it is difficult to close the locker door. Excess items such as P.E. or athletic wear must be stored in a gym bag in the locker room.
  • Students may only use the locker assigned to them by their homeroom teacher and may not trade lockers with another student unless approved by the homeroom teacher or administrator.

Added to Attendance

Updated 8/19/21
  • Student safety is the priority during the dismissal process.
  • Please do not use this time to socialize with staff or students.

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