School Property

Playground Expectations

In order to provide a safe environment, baseball equipment, hockey sticks, bicycles, skateboards, in-line skates, heelys, scooters and sleds of all types are not to be used on school grounds. Also, backpacks must not be worn by students on the playground equipment. Students are asked to use the equipment as it is intended to be used. All personal toys, collector cards (e.g. Pokemon) and sports equipment should be left at home.

School Boundaries

Students are expected to play in in designated areas in the field and on the compound. The school field ends at the ball diamond closest to the school. To ensure supervision, students must be on the playground and compound side of the school only. Students will not play on the North side of the school.

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