Arrival and Dismissal Info
All students in Kindergarten through 5th grade will enter the building between 8:50-9:00 using their grade level’s designated entrance.
*Please get students to school on time! Our doors will be open from 8:50-9:00. Students who arrive after 9:00 will enter the building using the Main Entrance. A parent/guardian will wait in line with their child on a designated mark (to ensure 6 feet of social distancing) outside of the Main Entrance and check in one at a time with the staff member at the door. If students are significantly late and no one is posted at the door, their parent/guardian will ring the buzzer and wait with their child until a staff member assists them.
Dismissal will be staggered this year, please see the schedule below and be sure to be on time, have your mask on, have your ID ready, and respect social distancing. Classes will line up at 6 foot markers behind their teacher and parents/guardians will line up at 6 foot markers in front of teachers. Those picking up need to be on the pick up list and provide identification until teachers know them. We understand that this is a different procedure from previous years and may be inconvenient for parents picking up multiple children, however this is necessary for safety reasons. Please also note that there is a limited time for dismissal, therefore any conversations with staff will have to occur another time, please contact the school to schedule a time to talk.
*It is essential that you pick up your children on time! (See DISMISSAL schedule above). Any students who are not picked up during their designated time will be brought to a central location where they will wait to be picked up. The person picking up must be on the student’s pick up list and will go to the Main Entrance at 3:15 with proper identification. The office will check identification and give a late pick up slip, which will then be brought to the Jackson St. door where they will retrieve the student(s). Parents who are habitually late will be required to meet with administration and a report may be filed with the Department of Children and Families.