All visitors are required to sign in at the office during the instructional day (8:20am-2:35pm). They will be issued a visitor badge. We welcome visitors but must ensure the safety of our students.
Our gates open at 8am. Please do not drop your child off prior to 7:45 am.
Report cards and/or progress reports are issued four times during the school year for children in TK-5. Report cards are issued each semester. Progress reports are issued at the midpoint of each semester.
Parent/Teacher conferences are held at the end of the first quarter for all TK-5 students. Please make every effort to attend. Spring conferences may be requested by either the teacher or parent. Parents are encouraged to conference with the teacher at any time throughout the year. An appointment may be made by leaving a message for the teacher at the office or via email to the teacher.
Lost and Found
Please mark your child's sweaters, jackets, water bottles, backpacks, lunchboxes and other personal belongings for easy identification. Small items are turned into the office. The Lost and Found rack is located on campus near the entrance to the foyer. We are not responsible for personal toys, games or other personal items that should not be brought to school.
Any student riding a bike to school must supply a lock. Bikes must be stored in the fenced bike rack area. Students riding to school must wear a bicycle helmet. Skateboards, skates and rollerblades are not allowed on the school grounds at any time. Bikes are not allowed on the main campus.
Library fines can be paid in cash only, please. For more information about the library, click here.
For the 2022-23 school year only, free meals will be available to all students.
Nutritious meals are available for purchase for breakfast and lunch in addition to the a la carte items during lunch and breaks. Menus are sent home monthly and posted online. There are two ways to pre-pay for meals and pre-payment discounts are offered. Visit our School Lunch page for more information on free or reduced price lunches, how to find nutrition information, pay for school lunch and more.
Each class has a snack period at the beginning of the morning recess. Snacks are eaten at the outdoor picnic tables in the shade. Younger students especially benefit from a nutritious snack. Please avoid soft drinks, sugary snacks, candy or other "junk food". Fruit, half a sandwich and crunchy vegetables are especially good energy boosters.
Last Modified on June 18, 2021