When on School Grounds

Supervision

Supervision begins at 7:35am. At that time, children are permitted on the school grounds. All children should be off campus within 10 minutes after the last bell rings. Running is not allowed on the sidewalks for safety. Students, staff and visitors are expected to avoid disruption by quietly passing classes in session.

Do Not Bring

Animals other than Service Animals

Pets and other animals are not to be brought onto school grounds at any time. Animals are permitted at school only when needed for instructional purposes and when under the strict control of qualified instructors or handlers. Service Animals are welcome and should be brought to the office when checking in. 

Toys, Games, Etc.

The following items are not allowed at school: toys, trading cards, video games, electronic games, gum, iPods, and digital cameras (unless used for school project with teacher approval). These items cause distractions to the learning environment and will be confiscated. Parents/guardians can pick up items in the front office. Theft or loss of such items will not be investigated by school personnel.

Chewing Gum

Chewing gum is not allowed on school grounds. 

Cell Phones and other Electronic Signaling Devices

All students (UTK-5) may have cell phones, pagers, and other electronic signaling devices on school grounds and school buses, at school-sponsored activities, and while under the supervision of district employees, but these devices must be kept out of sight (in backpacks or given to the teacher to hold) and turned off during instructional day (7:45 am – 2:15 pm). Students may use cellular phones, pagers, and other electronic signaling devices off school campus before school begins and after school ends. 

Unauthorized use of these devices distracts from the learning environment. School officials, including classroom teachers, may take devices away from students for inappropriate use during the school day. Repeated unauthorized use of such devices may lead to disciplinary action.

Students and parents are reminded that during an emergency situation, cellular sites may be overwhelmed due to a high volume of calls. Should this occur, emergency communication could also be affected. It is important that cell phones and other devices be used sparingly so that emergency services have priority to assist the students and staff on the site.

Theft or loss of such devices will not be investigated by school personnel. Students bring such devices at their own risk.

Student Telephone Calls

Students are not allowed to make telephone calls except in emergency situations. Arrangements for after-school activities, obtaining required books and homework, glasses, lunches, lunch/milk money, etc. should be taken care of in the morning before the student leaves home.

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