Personal Belongings

Valuables & Personal Items

Children are encouraged to be responsible for their own possessions. Valuable belongings such as special toys, music and game players, scooters, skateboards, roller blades, etc. should not be brought to school. The school will not assume responsibility for loss or damage to such items and if students do bring such items they do so at their own risk.

Students are also discouraged from bringing money to school. When it is necessary to send cash to school, parents should do so in a sealed envelope and remind children not to leave money unattended in backpacks or desks. All payments for special events, etc. should be given directly to homeroom teachers upon entering the classroom. The school cannot accept liability for money that students bring to school.

Lost & Found

Articles of clothing, lunch boxes and student belongings found around the school or on the playground will be placed in the Lost and Found. Keys, valuables and money found should be turned in to the office. 

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