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FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 2019

Wednesday, August 21, 2019: FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

ALL GRADE LEVELS will start school at 8:50 am (for 1st Period) on the first day of school.

There is NO ZERO PERIOD on the first day of school.
ALL 6th Graders will attend an orientation from 8:50 am - 9:35 am.
ALL 7th/8th Graders will attend an orientation from 9:40 am - 10:25 am.
School will be dismissed at 3:12 pm.

 

Warning Bell

8:45

Period 1A

8:50 - 9:35 (45)

Period 1B

9:40 - 10:25 (45)

Nutrition

10:25 - 10:35 (10)

Period 2

10:35 - 11:23 (42)

Period 3

11:28 - 12:10 (42)

Lunch

12:10 - 12:50 (40)

Period 4

12:55 - 1:37 (42)

Period 5

1:42 -  2:24 (42)

Period 6

2:29 - 3:12 (43)


Period 1A:
6th grade assembly. Take roll, leave belongings in room and then quickly proceed to the gym. 

Period 1B: 7th/8th grade assembly. Students should not bring backpacks with them to the assembly. We will end the assembly at 10:20 am so your students can go back to the classroom for belongings.


BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHOPPING & DRESS CODE
Please make sure you check the following guidelines before doing your back-to-school shopping. Just because an item of clothing is popular or super-cute does not make it school appropriate!

Students who do not meet dress code will lose behavior points and will be required to immediately change into appropriate clothing (red loaner shirt/shorts or may have parents contacted to bring appropriate clothing to school).

  • Make sure your clothes cover the four B’s: Bottoms, Bras, Boxers, Bellies
  • Make sure your outfit is not going to cause a distraction to school or class.
  • Shorts and skirts must be long enough so that when one’s arms are straight at one’s sides, the tip of the student’s thumb does not exceed the length of the garment.
  • Shorts/pants must fit around the waist and stay up without a belt, rope, or suspenders.
  • All shirts or blouses worn to school must be long enough so that if hands are raised over the head, a bare midriff is not exposed. Shirts must cover lingerie straps, bras, and underwear.
  • Clothing styles that are unduly revealing and/or expose underwear are not allowed. These include: “see through” clothing, very low-cut tops, bikini tops, undershirts (worn alone), tube tops, strapless tops, and tank tops or t-shirts with wide arm holes.
  • Spaghetti strap style tank tops or undershirts worn alone are not allowed.
  • Flip-flops, spiked heels, slippers, and shoes with heels in excess of 2” are also not allowed due to safety concerns. All shoes must have a strap around the back of the foot.
  • Clothing which depicts obscene or vulgar material, nudity, sexual activity, sexual innuendo, alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, controlled substances, graffiti, weapons, illegal acts of violence, or racial, ethnic, religious, and/or gender slurs is not allowed.

SCHOOL SUPPLIES: Students will be given a list of supplies from their teachers the first week of school. A three-ringed binder, college ruled paper, composition books, pencils, pens, a red correcting pen, a highlighter, and colored pencils are commonly used supplies for all middle school students.