Frequently Asked Questions
We hope our website, and this page in particular, will be a quick resource for you to get the answers to your questions. And, of course, you are always welcome to contact us by phone or pay us a visit.
Please be sure to be seated when the morning bell rings at precisely at 8:30 a.m.
Our school district provides transportation to students who cannot attend their neighborhood school because of overcrowding as well as to students who require transportation as a support service because of special needs.
Please fill out the Household Eligibility Application found on the Nutrition Support Services page on the district website.
Tardies affect the entire class, so we appreciate it when all students get to school on time. If your student must be late, a parent or guardian must sign in the student at the front office.
In order to help keep all of our students and staff healthy, if your child is sick, please do not send him/her to school. Please call the office the morning of the absence, and let us know that your child is sick. Not only do we want to make sure your child is safe, we also want to mark your child as “excused.” If we do not receive a call or note explaining the absence, we will record it as “unexcused.”
Students may not use, distribute, possess, or be under the influence of alcohol, drugs, look-alike substances, tobacco, tobacco products, or look-alike products. We also do not allow weapons of any kind on school grounds or at school activities, including in students’ cars.
To check your child's grades, log in to ParentConnection.
If you do not have an account, please take a few minutes to review the Gradebook Parent Portal Orientation sheet. This will provide you with detailed instructions on how to set up an account.