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- AS OF RIGHT NOW, MASKS ARE OPTIONAL for our students. If you want your child to wear a mask, please make sure they know how to wear and care for it properly. We do not want them to become a distraction in the classroom.
- ALL ADULTS and VISITORS AGE 10 OR OLDER entering the buildings MUST wear a mask, and MUST sanitize their hands upon entry. Early Childhood, Pre-K, and Kinder students are encouraged to enter through the south glass double doors by those classrooms. Teachers will be there to help with good-byes and hand-offs.
- Parents should not linger and visit with teachers or other parents in the hallways outside the classrooms.
- Students/Parents/Visitors will have their temperature taken before entering the buildings/classrooms. Any student with a fever of 100° or higher will not be allowed to stay at school, or will be sent home if a fever develops throughout the day. (See below for follow-up procedure.)
- Since we are limiting the amount of visitor traffic in the buildings this year, parents will need to drop off their child at their classroom door. Parents will not be permitted in the classrooms during the school day. If you need to visit with your child’s teacher, please call to schedule a meeting after school hours. You may check to see if your child’s teacher allows phone calls/text on their personal phone.
- Parents will not be allowed to accompany children into the cafeteria for breakfast or lunch. Strict sanitation efforts are in place so we can continue to use the cafeterias.
- Students arriving at 7:55am or after, and bus students, SHOULD GO DIRECTLY to their classroom for temperature check, put away their things, wash or sanitize hands, then go directly to the cafeteria if they are eating here. Students will no longer put belongings in the hallway by the cafeteria door. They will need to leave them in the classroom.
- Students arriving before 7:55am (please check with office for approval of before school care for working or full-time student caregivers), should NOT go to their classrooms. They will go directly to the old building for temperature check upon entry; their belongings will stay in the hallway until they are released to the classroom or breakfast.
- If your child has been sick (vomiting, diarrhea, fever), they need to stay home for AT LEAST 72 hours, or 3 days, before returning. We encourage you to bring a doctor’s note any time your child misses school for an appointment/absentee (scheduled or while home sick).
- If your child was sent home from school with a fever, he/she must stay home for 72 hours (3days). If you suspect your child may have Covid-19, please take them to be tested. If not, your child may return to school on the 4th day.
- ***If your child tests positive for Covid-19, please make the school aware and provide a doctor’s note as soon as possible. Your child will then need to follow the quarantine protocol provided by your doctor. If your child is quarantined, you will need to pick up any work and have it completed and returned to have those absences marked as excused and not have zeroes recorded in the gradebook. Under the new guidelines, the entire classroom DOES NOT need to quarantine if someone in the room tests positive. If we do have a child test positive in our classroom, you will be notified via a letter sent home in your child’s backpack the day we receive confirmation of a positive result. You may send your child to school, or you may choose to quarantine. Should you choose to quarantine, you will need to pick up, or make arrangements for pick up, any missed assignments and help your child complete them and return all the work for a completion check and/or a grade.
- Our water fountains will be turned off or covered. ALL students are asked to bring a water bottle every day - a sports bottle of some type, labeled with his/her name that can be refilled throughout the day. This bottle should go home every night to be sanitized and returned the next day. Should your child forget the water bottle, he/she will be given a disposable cup for the day. **Early Childhood students may bring a water bottle or a sippy cup without the valve, whichever is easiest for your child. Please, nothing with a screw on lid. Only flip top or pop up type lids, with or without a straw. Make sure that your child can open and close their bottle.
- Lunches – please make sure your child can open EVERYTHING in his/her lunch box as we will be limited with what we can touch and help your child open. If your child cannot open a bag or package, we suggest putting it in a zippered storage baggie.
- Class Parties/Birthday celebrations will also be determined as they arise. Homemade food will not be allowed at this time, strictly store bought foods.
- Field trips will be determined as the year progresses.
- Monthly assemblies in the gym will still be held on the first Friday of each month unless otherwise scheduled around a conflicting event. Any adults coming to assemblies will be required to wear a mask and sit on the far side (east side) of the gym on those bleachers. Your child should remain seated with their class on the west side bleachers.
Here are a couple of examples of some water/sports bottles:
The Grandview Office will be open Monday – Friday from 10:00am – 1:00pm until July 31st for enrollment needs.
You will also need the following for a complete enrollment:
*Birth Certifiate or a copy
*SSN card or a copy
*recent short record
**Incoming 7th graders MUST have their most recent TDAP booster
Please call 580-439-2467 with any other questions.
Enrollment Forms are available by clicking the Enrollment Tab above, or by clicking the link below here on the website. They can be downloaded, printed, filled out and emailed to Sophie Bloomer at firstname.lastname@example.org, or faxed back to the school at 580-439-5589.
EARLY CHILDHOOD ENROLLMENT (3 year old program) is open until July 31st. There is a Parent Letter that MUST accompany that enrollment form as well. See below for enrollment forms.
Please keep in mind that turning in your enrollment form DOES NOT guarantee your child a place in the program. In-District families are given first consideration. Then, if there are openings available, Out-Of-District families will be contacted in the order they were placed on the waiting list. This policy is true for all classrooms, not just the Early Childhood Program.
CLICK HERE for Basic Enrollment for Pre-K through 8th Grade
CLICK HERE for EARLY CHILDHOOD Enrollment with Parent Letter
Click HERE for the Free/Reduced Lunch Form – This MUST be downloaded/printed and brought back to school beginning August 12th. We encourage every family to fill one out.
There will be new rules and procedures put in place for the cafeteria in order to keep everyone – staff, students, and families – safe and healthy. These will be made available soon.
Students are NOT to be dropped off before 8:00am. Please see the office for other arrangements.
*Breakfast is served from 8:00 – 8:25.
*Due to the health and safety precautions set in place due to COVID-19, parents will NOT be permitted in the cafeterias. We have strict disinfecting policies in place so we can continue to use our cafeteria.
Classes begin/attendance taken at 8:30.
Students arriving to classrooms after this time will be marked tardy. Please check in at the office.
Dismissal is at 3:20.
Please visit the office to check in your child if he/she is tardy. Also, please visit the office if you need to check your child out early. Please do not go to their classroom to pick them up, they will be sent to the office.
We are limiting the amount of adults in the classrooms in order to keep everyone safe and healthy. These policies are subject to change as new information becomes available.
Students missing an excessive amount of school days (10 per semester), or accumulating an excessive amount of tardies (3 tardies = 1 absence) are subject to being reported to the Stephens County District Attourney in accordance to the state law regarding truancy and chronic absence.