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Parents and Families - Let's work together to form a parternship between home and school by:
Volunteering and Parent Involvement
The school board and administration strongly encourage parents and families to get involved in their child's instructional program by volunteering or chaperoning for various school events! In order to volunteer with the district, ALL volunteers must undergo and successfully clear a criminal background check. For more information, contact your child's school office and ask to speak with the building administrator.
PARENT AND STUDENT INFORMATION
Student Homework Policy
-Students are assigned a minimum of three (3) homework assignments each week for completion
-It is expected that students complete their homework by the assigned due date
-Students will be expected to use their textbooks to guide them through their homework assignments
Student Attendance Policy
Excessive absence or tardiness often results in poor school work. Steps to follow when absent or tardy are, as follows:
-Call your child's school office to report the absence by no later than 10:00 a.m.
-If absent for extended periods, provide a valid, medical note to the child's school office
-In cases of excessive student truancy, a truancy officer may be contacted
1. If a student is late for school, he/she is to report directly to the main office.
2. If tardiness occurs during regularly scheduled classes and the students have been detained in the office, or by a teacher, a pass should be obtained from the person who detained him/her before going to the next class.
3. Excessive tardiness may require a parent-pupil teacher conference.
Chronic truancy is when a student misses more than 9 consecutive days of school without valid cause (such as illness, family death, or other situations beyond control of the family household, and as deemed appropriate by the board and administration).Reference: P.A. 80-908, 1, eff. Oct. 1, 1977. Amended by P.A. 82-313, Paragraph 1-eff. Jan. 1, 1982.