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Friday, August 03, 2012


I would like to remind everyone about our morning and afternoon car line procedures. Our teachers are on duty beginning at  7:10 in the morning. It is at that time that students may be dropped off in the car line. That is also when our first buses arrive. When students are dropped off by the bus drivers or cars, they go to the Lunchroom until the 7:25 bell. At 7:25, they are dismissed to go to class. All students must be in their classrooms by 7:40 or they are counted as tardy. When the bell rings you must drive around to the front of the building and bring your child to the office to be signed in.


If you are driving your child to school, please make sure as you enter Liberty Drive that you pull into the right lane to drop off your children. The left lane is for those who will be parking in the parking lot. It is important to keep the drop off lane moving. In order to do this, I need to stress: parents please make sure your children are ready to exit the car promptly from the passenger side. Please do not park and exit your vehicle. We have teachers on duty to assist your children out of the car.


In the afternoons, it is just as important for all cars to pull into the right lane in order for the daycare vans to go through the parking lot and be able to pick up their students on the side of the building. The daycare vans are on a schedule and have students from other schools to pick up.  


In the mornings and afternoons, please do not try to avoid the car line by pulling into the parking lot to let your child walk across the cross walk. We want to assure that all children are kept safe. Delivery trucks and employees are driving into the parking lot to park and may not see small children.


Parents who are walking their children from the apartments MUST walk their children down to the cross walk, cross with them and allow them to enter the building. If a child is walking alone the child MUST walk to the front of the building where a teacher and the Crossing Guard will be there to lead them across. We truly need your help to keep our students safe as they enter school. Thank you so much for your cooperation.

I look forward to seeing everyone soon! 

Dr. Daphne Jah Principal

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