Personal Belongings

Lost & Found

The Lost and Found is located in the hallway outside the gym. Articles of clothing or other items found around the school or playground are put in the lost and found boxes. The exceptions are valuables and money, which are turned into the office. As many students do not claim their belongings, parents are asked to check the lost and found area periodically to claim their child’s possessions. Please assist us by clearly labeling all belongings for easier identification. Lost and found items will be on display for your inspection during Student-Led Conference times. Unclaimed articles of clothing are donated to charitable groups throughout the school year. 

Toys &  Treasures

Students should not bring to school personal items such as stuffed toys, etc. that are not directly related to their schoolwork. In addition to being a possible distraction and/or hazard, the security of these items cannot be guaranteed. Please be aware that the school will take no responsibility for their safekeeping. Students are also discouraged from carrying large sums of money. 

Bicycles, Skateboards, Scooters, Inline Skates

In the spirit of encouraging active living and lessening car rides to school we permit these ways of getting to school. However students are to walk their bikes/scooters/skateboards/rollerblades/heelies on the school grounds and should be aware of the safety rules including the mandatory use of helmets. Bicycles, skateboards, scooters, and in-line skates are brought to the school at their owner’s risk. 

Bicycles should be equipped with tamper proof locks and kept in the racks provided. Classrooms can accommodate storage of skateboards, scooters, rollerblades and heelies. We would ask that students not bring baseballs, bats, lacrosse sticks, hockey sticks or golf equipment. The school provides appropriate equipment for students at recess and lunch times.

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