Student drop-off is from 7:00 – 7:35. To enter the student drop-off line in the mornings, parents must enter on North Street and proceed to the back of the school. For safety concerns, students shall remain in vehicles until the duty teachers arrive at their duty locations. Once the School Resource Officer closes the parent drop-off line, the student must be signed in by an adult through the 4th grade office and is considered tardy.
Parents who wish to walk their child to school may walk their child to the gym from 7:00-7:35 in the morning.
After school pick-up will be under the large canopy behind the gym from 3:00-3:25 PM. Each family that uses the parent pick-up system will receive a hang tag for the vehicle. (If additional tags are needed, you may buy them in the front office at a charge of $4.) In an effort to make this system function safely, each family has been assigned a number and the number is printed on the tag. Simply place this tag on your rearview mirror when you enter the pick-up line. You will need to leave it on the mirror until your child is loaded. Any person in the pick-up line without one of these attached tags will be asked to pull to the side until all other children have been loaded. At that point, you will need to provide identification before a child will be placed in the vehicle. Please make certain that the person picking up your child has a tag to display.
Parents who wish to walk their child back home, please wait outside the gym in the afternoon and your child will be brought to you.
Please click here for a picture of the NEW, UPDATED afternoon pick-up map.
EARLY CHECK-OUT PROCEDURES
No student will be allowed to check-out through either office after 2:40 PM.
After 2:40, students may be picked-up at the back of the gym via the parent pick-up line. Early check-outs are tracked per six weeks. Once a student has been checked out early three times during the same six weeks and is checked out early again without a doctor’s excuse, the student will be assigned to detention. The last hour of the school day is just as important as the first.
Tardiness affects a student’s attendance record. Late arriving students must be signed in by an adult at the office. Once a student has been tardy to school three times in the same six weeks and is tardy again, he/she will be assigned detention.
Students arriving late to school will be officially signed in through the front office. Although the student will not be considered absent for that day due to the tardy, the computer in the office will keep a cumulative record of minutes tardy. The same holds true when a child is signed out early. When the minutes add up to a half-day’s absence, the student will no longer be considered to have perfect attendance, and will have a record of absence.