Please make all schedule arrangements with your child before he/she
gets to school. If it is absolutely necessary to give your child a message,
you must call before 11 o’clock so that the message can be placed in
the teacher’s box.
Did your child forget something?
Bring any and all deliveries to the office. Please DO NOT go directly to
the classroom. The office staff will be glad to assist you.
Visitors on campus
It is necessary to call ahead for an appointment to observe in your child’s
classroom. When you arrive on campus, check in at the office for your
visitor’s pass. For the safety of our students and staff, ALL visitors are required to sign in and wear a pass.
It is necessary that each child attend school every day. Please become familiar with the district guidelines regarding attendance. If your child is going to be absent, PLEASE either call the school office at 421-4105 on the day of the absence, email our attendance clerk Cindy Clogston at CindyC@fsusd.k12.ca.us or send a note when your child returns. Illness, doctor’s appointments, or the death of an immediate family member are excused absences under California education code. However, please try to schedule medical appointments after school to support your child’s education.
Students with excessive absences or tardies will be referred to the Student Attendance and Review Board (SARB) of Solano County.
Parents are required to complete an emergency card for each child. Each emergency card should have the names and telephone numbers for two people who live locally in case the parent is not available. It is the parent’s responsibility to keep this card current. In case of an emergency, the school will call 911 if no adult can be reached.
According to the California Education Code, the school nurse or other appropriate school personnel must assist any pupil in taking presecsription medication. The medicine must have been prescribed by a physician, and there must be a document (signed by the physician) in the school file to that indicates that medication must be taken during the school day. This also includes over-the-counter medication.
• This is a closed campus. This means that students are to remain on campus once they arrive at school.
• Playgrounds are only supervised before school from 8:10 to 8:30 a.m., and after school from 3:00 to 3:10 p.m.
• Bikes, roller blades, scooters, etc, must not be ridden on campus. Be sure that this equipment can be secured with a safety lock. The school assumes no responsibility for loss or damage.
• All students and adults must use the crosswalks when crossing busy streets.
• Drop off and pick up your child in the designated areas only.
• Parents should park only on the street.
• CD players, cell phones, beepers, cameras, radios, or any other electronic devices.
• Drugs, alcohol, tobacco products, lighters, matches, or look-a-likes.
• Explosive devices, including firecrackers, smoke or stink bombs, cherry bombs, cap guns or caps, etc.
• Gang paraphernalia such as bandanas, hats, clothing with logos, etc.
• Weapons, screwdrivers, guns, knives, and/or any other items designed to cause physical harm, including look-alike items.
• Water guns or water balloons.
• Medication of any kind, including over-the-counter medication, without a doctor’s note.
• Children should be neat and clean and their clothes should be appropriate, modest and in good taste.
• No clothing may be worn that might create a safety hazard to the student or distract from an appropriate academic setting.
• Thongs, clogs, open-toed sandals, and cleats are not suitable for physical education activities and are considered a safety hazard at school.
• T-shirts made for outside dress are acceptable if their pictures and/or sayings are considered in good taste and do not advertise any alcohol, tobacco products, or drugs.
• Hats of any kind are not allowed at school unless a current medical condition verified by a written doctor’s note is on file in the school office.
• Any clothing that exposes underwear and/or private body parts is not acceptable.
Parents will be called to bring a change of clothing for a student in violation of the dress code.
The district sets forth a list of behaviors which are inappropriate at school, and suggested responses by school administrators. Disciplinary action may include time-outs, after-school detention, in-house suspension, out-of-school suspension, attendance or behavior contracts, parent/guardian conferences, revocation of student privileges, restitution, or and/or expulsion. In particular, fighting, sexual harassment, and discrimination will not be tolerated.
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