Personal Belongings

Lost & Found

Articles of clothing or other items found around the school or playground are brought to classrooms. Valuables and money are to be turned into the office. As many students do not claim their belongings, parents are asked to check periodically to claim their children’s possessions. We request all of your child’s belongings brought to school be clearly labeled (including footwear). Items will be displayed on conference evenings - please make a point of checking. We also request that parents discourage their children from bringing items of considerable monetary or personal value to school. Unclaimed items are sent to a charity quarterly.

Outdoor / Indoor Shoes

Students are asked to keep a pair of indoor shoes (preferably runners to be used during phys. ed. classes) at school. To enable us to keep our hallways safe and clean, everyone is asked to remove their outdoor footwear at the entrance doors to the school, and carry them to their classrooms.

Scooters, Bikes, Skate and Skateboards

All scooters and bicycles are to be locked at the bike racks. The children are to bring locks for their scooter or bicycle. For the safety of all, they are to be walked while on school property and riders must be wearing a safety helmet. Inline skates that are worn to school as a means of transportation must be exchanged for outdoor shoes prior to entering the school grounds and placed into a backpack. It is a privilege for students to bring skateboards to school. Once a student is at the edge of the school grounds, they must carry their skateboard.

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