All students are required to wear school uniform everyday. The uniform is navy blue pants/skirt or dress, yellow shirt/blouse. Boys and girls must wear shirts that have short or long sleeves. NO tank tops, muscle shirts or spaghetti strap style shirts are permitted. Shorts or skirts worn by our students must be at least knee length. Parents will be called and asked to bring a change of clothing for any student not adhering to our dress code.In addition, students are not permitted to wear makeup (mascara, eye shadow, eye liner, lip stick, etc.)
If you volunteer to be a chaperone on a trip for your child’s class, you will be assisting the teacher with other students in the class, not only your child. (Please note: only students in that particular class are permitted to attend the class trip –this excludes any siblings, relatives and students from other classes.)
Parents/Guardians who attend the trip are responsible to remain with the class for the entire length of the trip. This includes traveling to and from the trip destination with the class (using the school as the starting and ending point), using the transportation the school has provided, and staying with the class during the length of the excursion.
It is important for all parents/guardians to ensure they sign and return the trip permission slips for any trips your child will be attending. Your signature is authorizing your child to participate in the field trip as stated in Chancellor’s Regulations A-670 C.2. Telephone verification or allowing someone who is not the parent/guardian to sign is NOT acceptable.
P.S 86K celebration policy is limited due to our priority in ensuring our students receive all the instructional time needed. If you request a birthday celebration for your child please note the following:
- Request permission with classroom teacher at least 2 days before, this request is not guaranteeing an approval.
- The celebration time can only be granted from 1:30 pm to 2:00 pm.
- Siblings from other classrooms are not allowed to be called out of there class to attend the celebration.
- No more than 2 family members will be permitted to attend the celebration in the classroom.
- Students in grades 3, 4 and 5 are not encouraged to have such celebrations due to the preparation of the state exams.