TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM
DROP OFF AND PICK UP
Our morning drop off and pick up procedures will remain the same. Drop off is at the Central Enrollment doors between 7:25 and 7:55 AM. Pick up is at the Main Office doors at 3:30 PM. Please place your car in the pick- up line by entering at the farthest entrance (near Central Enrollment). We are asking all parents to remain in their cars and to not park in the Field-House lot and come to the dismissal doors in order to expedite the dismissal process. As was the procedure last year, no child will be checked out after 3:00 PM. This procedure is in place to assist us in ensuring an orderly and safe dismissal process.
The cost of school meals has changed for the 2017-18 school year. The cost of lunch for PreK-5th is $2.45 / 6-8th is $2.55, and 9-12th is $2.90. The cost of reduced lunch is 40 cents. The cost of breakfast for PreK-8th is $1.50 and $1.70 for 9-12th. The cost of reduced breakfast is 30 cents. Adult meals are $3.63 for Lunch and $1.75 for breakfast. School breakfasts will be served daily from 7:25-7:45 for grades 1-5 and from 8:00 to 8:30 for our Pre-K and Kindergarten students. Applications for Free and Reduced Meals will go home on the first day of school and should be returned on or before Friday, August 25, 2017. Please keep in mind that the last year applications will expire in September and students will lose their meal benefits, which mean you will be responsible for the paid meal. Applications are available at all eating sites, main offices, Central Enrollment, and Child Nutrition. It may take up to 10 days to process an application, and until it is processed, you are responsible for the daily meal charges. So please come in and complete your application before the expiration date in early September. If you choose to send your child with a lunch or breakfast, we ask that you make them nourishing and that you be mindful that we may have students with severe nut allergies. In an effort to uphold our Healthy School status, please refrain from sending your student wiyh large bags of chips or snacks, bottles of soda or other caffeinated and sugary drinks, and candy or other sugar-filled items. Your child’s intake of healthy foods can greatly assist them in their learning.