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We will be back in the office the second week of August. If you are in need of assistance please email us at email@example.com
Calls after 2:30 and Attendance
Calls-Per the parent handbook page 8, know that messages for students called in after 2:30 may not reach your student before the end of the school day . If you call after 2:30 with a change in how your student will be getting home please know we will try our best but cannot guarantee the message will get to your student.
When calling in your student's absence, please do so before 9 am. Please make sure you notify the office in addition to the teacher about your student's absence.
Excused & Unexcused
According to state law, all school-age children are to be in attendance except for the following reasons:illness, medical care, injury or other emergencies, activities or events beyond parental control. Final say of excused or unexcused is to be determined by principal.
are reported to the district attorney. Family vacations, weddings or hunting trips are not excused. Approved special circumstances arrangements can be made prior to with the principal.
If a student is frequently late, the principal will send attendance letters. According to board policy, three unexcused tardies are equal to one unexcused absence. Being late due to car troubles/issues, over sleeping, etc. are not excused tardies.
8:00 am Earliest students can be dropped off and breakfast
8:35 am Tardy Bell Rings
3:35 pm School is out
Click here to see the PowerPoint from the Back to School BBQ
Open House/Back to School
Aug 27th drop off your school supplies and meet your teachers from 5:30-6:30
Aug 28th Kindergartners will meet in the gym, teachers will lead them to the classrooms
Sept 11th back school BBQ from 5:30-7:00 with the Summer reading challenge of throwing pies starting at 6:15 at Mr. Brinkman