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Every child should have have an Emergency Contact form and a Health Record form on file. You can download a copy of these forms (just click on the Forms link on your left) or get a copy from the school office.
Morning drop-off is from 8:20-8:30am. Please pull all the way up to the end of the curb during car line. We do not want cars to back up out onto the road. A staff member get your child(ren) out of the car and escort them into the building. If you wish to walk your child into the building your may park your car and escort your child into the vestibule. A staff member will then escort them to the classroom.
Half-day pick-up is from 11:45am-12:00pm. A staff member will place your child(ren) into the car. However we will not secure the car seat restraints. We ask that your please pull into an available parking space and secure the carseat restraints yourself. This will help carline keep moving.
Full-day pick-up is from 3:00-3:15pm. A staff member will place your child(ren) into the car. However we will not secure the car seat restraints. We ask that your please pull into an available parking space and secure the carseat restraints yourself.
Please be patient during car line. The vast majority of children in our buildng are under the age of 5. It take them a few minutes to get in and out of the car. It will be helpful for the staff if you would place the child's name in the window of the car.
When visiting the school...
A few things to keep in mind when you visit the school:
- Please sign in and put on a visitor badge.
- Please let us know when you are coming to observe so that we are able to turn off the hall lights.
- Please remember to use the visitors' restroom only (the other restrooms are reserved for our students)
Lunch can be a source of frustration for many parents. Are you running out of ideas for what to pack? Do you worry that your child isn't eating enough? Check out the handouts and links below for some helpful ideas and tips: