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Free Dress, Tardies and Flu Season

Paper Monday will be free dress for a ream of paper. Here is the information on Free Dress Days as found in the Student Handbook: “Free dress” will be allowed on certain, designated days. Clothing must be clean, modest, and appropriate for school wear. These guidelines apply also to attire for after school classes, sports, and other school events.

-All shorts, skirts, and dresses should be no fingertip length -The straps of a student’s top should be at least three flat fingers across in width; -No flip flops; -No Frayed or torn clothing; -No low cut dresses or top; -No strapless, halter, tank, tube tops, or bare midriff style tops; -No oversized shorts/pants worn low on hips; -No hats; -No excessive and/or large jewelry/make-up; and -No t-shirts with inappropriate advertising, language, or pictures.

Tardies Parents, I emailed you this weekend about needing help with our morning tardies. We had an extraordinary high number of tardies Monday with 78. Tuesday was a bit better with 60. The good news is that we only had 32 today. My goal is to have no more than 15 tardies each morning. Thank you to those who have made an extra push to get to school a few minutes earlier. I need your continued help so that we can achieve our goal of only 15 tardies. It is so important that your children are at school and ready to learn at the beginning of class.

Flu Season Nurse Campbell reminds us that if a student has had a fever, vomiting, or diarrhea in the last 24 hours they cannot come to school until the student is symptom free for 24 hours (without the administration of medication). Any medications that students need to take must be given directly to the nurse by an adult and may not be carried by students.

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Principal Lott

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