School Policies and Procedures

 - treat each other with respect
- treat all other persons — parents, teachers, visitors with respect
- attend school regularly, arrive punctually, and be prepared
- arrive appropriately dressed for school
-  to commit themselves to their educational endeavors
- act in a manner that doesn’t disrupt other students’ education
- make sure that all homework is completed
- comprehend that a good education is essential to their success
- understand that the diversity of personalities, race, religion, and beliefs allows us a chance to learn from other

- Cell phones are never to be out-of-pocket when in or on school grounds

Students are to ...

Parents are to ...


- set an example to our children through our actions including: interactions with other adults and children 
  - pursue your own education (i.e. reading, attending workshops, taking courses, etc.)  involvement in school

- attend Parent Teacher Association (PTA) meetings   
  - remain involved in our children’s education (overseeing homework, projects, etc,) 
  - make sure children are properly prepared for school each day 
  - read to and with our children (all age levels) at home
  - contact the teacher or the school when you have questions regarding the school or your child  to keep open

    lines of communication with the teachers and staff (please remember that we are all involved in giving your

    child the best education) 
  - to notify teachers of important information regarding your child 
  - to notify teachers in writing if your child will be going home in a different manner (i.e. not taking yellow bus,

    being picked up by someone other than usual, etc.) 

  - fill out 2 blue emergency cards which includes: phone number(s) where you can be reached during the day,

    emergency contacts who are readily available, accurate information, any special home arrangements

    regarding guardians, a complete list of adults who have permission to pick your child up from school 

 - update information with the teacher and school in a timely manner 

 - notify your children’s teachers of any significant medical conditions