ALL students will enter through the cafeteria doors until 8:00 am. Students arriving in the cafeteria after 7:50 am will receive a pass giving them access to the halls. Students must make it to class by 8:00 am, or they will be marked tardy in SchoolMax.
Students who arrive at 8:00 am or later must enter through the front office to sign-in. At this point, students will be marked tardy in SchoolMax and will need a late pass from the front office to enter their classrooms. Remember, traffic is not an excused tardy. Plan your travel accordingly.
Students who wish to eat breakfast should get it upon arrival in the cafeteria prior to going to their lockers and classrooms. Tardy students may not receive breakfast.
Afternoon pick up will also be through the cafeteria doors only. Parents can begin arriving at 2:40 pm and no sooner. No parents should be picking up students in the staff or student parking lots or in the parking lot belonging the building neighboring ours. Only students who have a walking permit may be picked up in the side parking lot.
All students should be picked up by 3:05 pm. Students still waiting on transportation will need to remain in the back pick-up area until their ride arrives. Any student who is not involved in an after-school activity, and is still on the premises after 3:15 p.m. will report to the Daily Enrichment Program. The fee for the Daily Enrichment Program is $20.
During the hours of 7:00 am to 8:00 am and 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm, traffic is one way. All cars must enter in front of the building and exit by going around the building. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Students who have permission to walk to and from school will need to submit a signed permission slip to the school secretary. Please click here to download the Walker’s Permission Slip:https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz2Oz87cqhfLZUdJbGgwVVNybFk/view?usp=sharing
Again, for the safety of students and staff members, we ask that you carefully follow and obey all traffic rules and speed limits.
We are looking forward to an exciting new school year with you and your students!