• School Day:

    • The school day begins at 8:00am.
    • The school day ends at 2:55pm.  Students riding buses or attending Part 2 will be released at that time.  Car riders, bike riders, and walkers will be released once all buses have exited the circle.
    • Early Dismissal Wednesday (Teacher Professional Development), dismissal is at 1:55pm.  Students riding buses or attending Part 2 will be released at that time.  Car riders, bike riders, and walkers will be released once all buses have exited the circle.

    Arriving at School Early: 7:30am-8:00am

    • The building is open from 7:30am to 8:10am.  If your child is dropped off before 8:00am, the student must report to the library (K-4) or the cafeteria (5-8) - these are the designated waiting areas.
    • Breakfast is available in the cafeteria for 5-8 students from 7:30am to 8:00am.  Breakfast will be available for K-4 students in their classroom from 8:00am to 8:15am.
    • Students will report to their classroom at 8:00am.
    • Students who arrive at school after 8:10am must enter the building at the main lobby doors.  They must report to the main office to sign in, and get a late pass from Jane or Jen so the teacher can admit them to class.

    End of the School - Procedure for changing a student’s dismissal arrangement

    • The end of the day can be very hectic.  If your child needs to be released early from school, or you need to make a change to their typical departure plan, make sure you send a note into the main office at the start of the school day.  Please no calls after 1:45pm (by 12:45 on Wednesdays).  The note should contain the following information:
    • Date
    • Full name of child
    • Full name of parent
    • Teacher's name
    • Reason for the change in student’s dismissal arrangement

    Absence from School:

    • When it is necessary for your child to miss school for any reason, please call the school at 985.3331, ext. 101 before 7:30am to report the absence. The school practice is to call home in the event of an unexplained absence in order to ensure the safety of the children.