You may CLICK HERE to download the updated document. Reopening Plan for the 2020-2021 school year.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~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.
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 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.
Doors are opened at 7:50am. Students arriving before 8:00am must go to Mrs. Shelley’s room.
*Breakfast is served from 7:55 – 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.
Students of the Month
Back row L to R: Alex Pasillas, Ellie Englishbee, Hayden Harget, and William Wilkes
Front row L to R: Amelia Sanchez, Thomas Williams, Evie Dale Arrington, Dominic Steele, and Zoey Farrington
November Reading Counts – Goal 200
Matthew Davidson – 246
Kayleigh Merritt – 246