Visitors/Volunteers to the School
An increasing need for the security of our students requires that all visitors and volunteers to the school, including parents/guardians, must be "buzzed" in and report directly to the Main Office to sign in and obtain a visitor's pass before proceeding to their destinations.
Child Study Team
The Child Study Team consists of the learning disability specialist, the school psychologist, and the school social worker. The main function of the team is to identify and assess children who are demonstrating social, emotional and/or learning problems which may be hindering progress. Requests for evaluation by the team may be made by the school personnel (after consultation with the parents) or by the parents. For more information, call Ms. Jones, the Assistant Principal, or the Department of Special Services at 204-2600 Ext. 121.
Pupil RecordsSchool Trips
The district has developed "Guidelines of Relevant Record-Keeping". Copies of these guidelines are available from the Office of Pupil Personnel Services. Only objective materials are recorded in the permanent record. School records are confidential. Parents are entitled to review the content of their child's record.
When a school trip is planned, a form will be sent home for the parent/guardian to sign. This permission slip must be returned before the child may go on a trip with his/her class.
Lost and Found
Children should inquire at the Office about possessions lost at school. Separate Lost and Found boxes for lunch boxes and clothing are maintained in the cafeteria. Parents may find it advisable to check the Lost and found box from time to time. Please print your child's name on lunch boxes, clothing, and overshoes so that they may be easily identified.
Parents are informed of their child's progress through report cards and regularly scheduled conferences with the teacher. Additional consultations between parent and teacher may be arranged whenever either requests it. Report cards are distributed in November, February, April and June.