Arrival/Dismissal Procedures

  • }School Operational Times

    Office Hours:    8:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.


    8:50 Student arrival

    8:50 Breakfast is available in the dining room until 9:05 A.M.

    9:00 Student academic day begins

    3:30 Student academic day ends

    3:30 Dismissal for parents picking up students

    3:35-3:45 Bus dismissal

    }Arrival/Dismissal Procedures            

    All visitors must use the side door-Entrance #1  

    Children are not to be dropped off at school prior to 8:50 A.M. morning supervision is not provided by the school. The student school day begins at 9:00am.

    If your child is not taking the bus to school, or if you are planning to pick your child up during the day or at dismissal, it is necessary for you to come to the Main Office and sign your child in or out.  If you are planning to pick up your child at dismissal, it is necessary for you to come to the Cafeteria and sign your child out. These procedures take just a few minutes, but they are very important.

    Dismissal changes will not be allowed after 3:00 P.M. This is done for the safety of our children.  The assumption of the school is that all children are riding the bus to and from school unless otherwise notified. In the case of a bus accident, the school would not be aware that your child was not on the bus, and therefore we would be accounting for your child incorrectly. We would appreciate your cooperation with this request.

    If your child will be arriving late, or picked up early, please send in a note pertaining to this the day before the event, or call the Main Office at 247-3151 to alert the secretaries of this request. 

    If you are picking your child up, or have asked someone else to pick up your child for you, you MUST notify the Main Office concerning this.

    No child will be released to an adult unless the Main Office has been notified of this occurring. Also, picture ID is necessary for anyone picking up a child from the school. This is a safety and security issue, and done for the protection of our students.