October 2 - Pre-K Field Trip
October 6-8- EQT Testing
October 9- End of 1st Quarter
October 12- Teacher Work Day - NO SCHOOL
October 13- 2nd Quarter Begins
October 14- Fall Pictures- in uniform
October 19- Statewide Parenting Day
October 19- Report Card Distribution - all day
October 22- Kindergarten Field Trip
October 27 - 4th Grade Field Trip
October 30- Fall Festival
SCHOOL MESSENGER: Email and voicemail
If your child has FOOD ALLERGIES
The Child Nutrition Program will make every effort to accommodate students with special Dietary needs. The Child Nutrition Program MUST have written documentation from the physician requesting the alternate diet or food items. The cafeteria manager has copies of the form "Diet Prescription for Meals at School" which should be completed by the physician. A NEW FORM MUST BE SUBMITTED EVERY YEAR. Please let us know if your child has food allergies so that we can get this form to you.
Students who are late for school should report to the office.
Students who are tardy are disruptive to the classroom learning environment. Tardies have an adverse effect on a child’s educational progress. According to the Mobile County Public School System Code of Conduct, “Students are required to be on time for school. It is the responsibility of the parent or guardian to make sure their children arrive on time each day.” Parents will receive a letter when excessive tardies occur.
Students who have more than one tardy per quarter do not qualify for perfect attendance. Students who have excessive tardies (more than 3 per quarter) and/or excessive absences, will not participate in field trips or school sponsored events.
Parents/guardians and students will be referred to the Early Warning Truancy/Discipline Program on the fifth (5th) unexcused absence and on the fifteenth (15th) tardy to school.
Students enrolled in Pre-K will be removed from the program after the fifth (5th) unexcused absence and/or fifteenth (15th) tardy to school.