School Telephone Use

The school has only two phone lines and a fax line to accommodate the needs of the entire school community. As such, we attempt to keep those lines as free and open as possible during “peak” times so that calls of an emergent nature can be received. We ask that students receive permission from a staff member before using a telephone in order to determine the degree of importance.

By example, students who are staying for after school activities should make the necessary arrangements with their parents before hand and it should not be necessary for them to phone home to receive permission. Please make all arrangements for noon and after school activities in advance. Messages for students are sometimes difficult to relay in a timely fashion.

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School Telephone Use

The school has only two phone lines and a fax line to accommodate the needs of the entire school community. As such, we attempt to keep those lines as free and open as possible during “peak” times so that calls of an emergent nature can be received. We ask that students receive permission from a staff member before using a telephone in order to determine the degree of importance.

By example, students who are staying for after school activities should make the necessary arrangements with their parents before hand and it should not be necessary for them to phone home to receive permission. Please make all arrangements for noon and after school activities in advance. Messages for students are sometimes difficult to relay in a timely fashion.

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