Personal Belongings

All student belongings should be clearly labeled for easy Identification. Students are encouraged to bring their own personal digital tools, such as laptops or tablets to be used as part of classroom activities when teachers allow them to do so. As these items are expensive and easy to misplace, students are asked to keep these items in a secure location, such as a locked locker or given to the teacher for safe keeping. Students can not send/receive texts or phone calls during school hours and bathrooms and locker rooms are cell free zones. Students may be asked to leave their cell phones in their lockers at certain times. 

Care of Personal Property

The school is not responsible for the loss or damage of personal property. Students are advised to leave items of value at home and not share their locker combinations. 

Lost & Found

Articles of clothing and student belongings found around the school or outside are deposited in the lost and found box located in the front entrance. Valuables and money are turned into the office. Students are encouraged to be responsible for their own possessions. Parents can assist by checking the lost and found to claim lost items. Periodically, the lost and found items are donated to charity.

Personal Electronic Devices

Our school has an Acceptable Use Policy that addresses the appropriate use of electronic devices at school. 

Bicycles 

We certainly encourage active living practices with children such as riding a bicycle to school. Upon arrival at the school and for the safety of all students, cyclists are expected to walk bicycles on school grounds during school hours. When bicycles are brought to school they should be locked in the bicycle rack provided. The school cannot be responsible for bicycles damaged or stolen while they are at school. 

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