A CLAS Banner & Blue Ribbon School
August 19, 2019
Updated or New in this issue:
- Notes from our nurse
- Picture Day
- Color Days
Kindergarten will start working on colors. We will cover one or two colors a day. Please consider wearing the color(s) of the day.
Aug. 20-Black & Brown
Aug. 23—Favorite Color
Car Rider Line
Fall Picture Day
"All required enrollment documents should be uploaded to the PowerSchool enrollment portal. If you are unable to provide any of the required enrollment documents, please visit your child's school. Please see a list of all required enrollment documents below.”
Raptor Visitor Monitoring System
As we work to improve the safety of our schools, Madison County schools has implemented Raptor Visitor Monitoring system at Central School.
* All visitors will be required to show a valid, government-issued ID.
* We encourage parent participation at Central. Please be prepared to show your ID when you visit our campus during the school day.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
From our Nurse
Aug 29 Focus First vision for Pre K forms will go home in folder.Sept 10th will be Flu shots for all who return form completed. OPT IN ONLY Forms go home Tuesday Sept 3
Sept 19 Vision research for K, 2 and 4th grades OPT OUT ONLY
Forms go home Wednesday Sep 11.
- Select a size paper towels
- Disinfectant wipes
- Wet wipes
- Contact solution
- Eye wash
History Day Club
History Day Club will have their first meeting Tuesday August 20th in Mrs. T Brown's room, at 7:15am. History club is open to all sixth through 8th graders. Join us on the 20th for an informational meeting.
Report Card Dates
Progress Report Dates
September 2 Labor Day
October 7-11 Fall Break
November 11 Veteran's Day
November 25-29 Thanksgiving
December 23 - January 3 Winter Break
January 20 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day
February 17 Presidents' Day
March 30 - April 3 Spring Break
May 21 Students' Last Day
Please be aware that lice is ever present in school buildings. Please take the time to check your child’s hair once a week and take care of anything that is found.
To prevent infestation try some of these suggestions.
· Keep boys hair short clean cut
· Keep girls hair pulled up and spray with hair spray.
· Instruct your children to: not share hairbrushes, hats, or hug on friends.
· Lice cannot jump they only crawl. They are quick and spread quickly.
Breakfast & Lunch menu for the month of August
Lunchroom Policies and Prices
Please remember to prepay first thing in the morning. No checks are accepted at lunch.
New Check Writing Policy Effective February 1, 2005
Madison County Schools now uses Automated Check Recovery to recover returned checks. All returned items are subject to electronic redeposit without further notice. A $30 state authorized fee will be assessed on all returned checks and may be drafted from your account. Please make sure your current address and telephone number are on your check.
LUNCH AND BREAKFAST PRICES
Absence from School
Code of Alabama (1975) § 16-28-15
Every parent or custodian of any child required to attend school, shall, within three school days, explain the cause of any absence of the child. Failure to furnish explanation shall be admissible as evidence of the child being truant. A good cause or valid excuse explanation is outlined below:
1X – Personal Illness Elementary, Intermediate, and Middle School Students – A maximum of eight (8) absences for the school year shall be coded as an excused absence when a valid excuse is provided by the parent or custodian.
Madison County Schools has a HOT-LINE NUMBER. To report suspicious activity in or related to our schools, call 256-713-0257. You will remain anonymous.
Student Code of Conduct
Guidelines that govern the students of Madison County Schools can be found in the Student Code of Conduct. At the beginning of the school year, each student should have received a copy. The Student Code of Conduct should be signed by the parents in grades K – 4 and by both student and parent(s) in grades 5 – 12. A copy can be found at www.madison.k12.al.us/departments/pupilservices/Documents/CodeofConduct2010.pdf
The Madison County School System:
Does not discriminate in admission, treatment, or access to programs or activities on the basis of race, religious preference, disability, age, gender, national origin, citizenship, non-English speaking ability, or homeless status. The Title IX and ADA Compliance Officer’s Contact Information: Mrs. Anna S. Watts, Coordinator of Pupil Services, 1275 F Jordan Rd., Building B, Huntsville, AL 35811; Telephone: 256-852-2557, ext. 1715; Fax #: 256-851-2127; Email address: email@example.com.
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