School-wide Policies & Procedures

Procedures and Policies may change based on guidelines set in response to COVID-19.



  • Students eating breakfast at school should arrive by 7:10 a.m., students can be dropped off as early as 7:00 a.m.

  • Please form a single file line in the drop off area. Pull to the furthest spot before allowing your child(ren) to exit the vehicle from the passenger side only.

  • The first bell to enter the classroom rings at 7:10 a.m. Students who are not in the classroom by 7:30 are considered late/tardy.

  • If your student arrives after 7:30, please bring them into the main office. They will receive a pass to go to their classroom.

  • In order to provide optimum safety for all children, we ask that you do not walk your children to their classroom in the morning. Staff members are available to assist children.

  • The front traffic loop is for pick up and drop off ONLY. If you need to come into the school, you will need to park in a space.

  • Please do NOT leave your vehicle unattended in the front loop.



  • Dismissal begins at 2:00 p.m.

  • All students riding in cars will be picked up in the student drop off/pick up area. No walkup pickups will be allowed.

  • If you need to make a temporary change in your child’s dismissal routine, a note must be given to the teacher or the office.

  • If it is a bus change, please indicate the bus number, address the child is to go to and if it is permanent or temporary.

  • To avoid classroom interruptions and confusion at dismissal, phone calls regarding changes in your child’s dismissal should be limited to emergency situations only and be done before 1:00 pm.

  • Any student that will be parent pick up must be registered. Once registered, a numbered car tag will be issued that hangs from the rear view mirror and a backpack tag to be placed on the students backpack.

  • Anyone picking up a student must be prepared to show identification.

  • Anyone other than a parent/guardian picking up a student must be authorized in writing by the parent/guardian or be listed on their Skyward Emergency Contacts.

Early Checkouts


  • If you are planning to pick your child up from school before 2:00 pm, please send in a note with the child containing all the necessary information. There will be no checkouts allowed after 1:30 p.m.

  • To avoid classroom interruptions, phone calls regarding having to pick up your child early or stopping in without prior notice should be limited to emergency situations only.

  • You will need to come to the main office to sign the child out.

  • To minimize loss of instruction time, your child will be called down to the office upon your arrival. Please plan your pick up time accordingly.

  • Anyone other than a parent/guardian picking up a student must be authorized in writing by the parent/guardian or be listed on their Skyward Emergency Contacts.

Visitor Policy


Nonessential visitors will not be permitted on campus at this time. Visitors with an appointment (conference, meeting) will undergo a temperature check before entering campus.

  • When visiting during school hours, you must sign in at the main office and present a valid state issued ID. The ID will be scanned into the Raptor system and gives us alerts on people who may jeopardize the safety of our students, staff and campus.

The raptor system will print you a visitor badge with a photo. This badge must be worn during your entire visit and returned to the office before you leave.

Photo Policy


  • Throughout the year, photographs may be taken of students for use in district publications including the District website or by the news media.

  • Parents who do not want their child photographed for these purposes are asked to send a note to the principal. A simple written, signed note stating, “Please do not photograph my child, (student name), for use in publications and/or web.”

Lost and Found


  • If your child has misplaced any articles of clothing, lunch containers or school related items, please have them check the lost and found located on the stage in the cafeteria.

  • Please remember to label your child’s belongings.

  • Electronic devices/personal property are brought to school at your own risk. The school or district is not responsible for items that may be lost, stolen or damaged.