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B UNN E LEMENTARY S CHOOL STUDENT/PARENT HANDBOOK 2017-2018 “P UTTING C HILDREN F IRST
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BES Home of the Junior Wildcats 686 Bunn Elementary School Road Bunn, NC 27508 Phone: (919) 496-4015 Fax: (919) 496-0301 School Administration Mr. Geoffrey Hawthorne, Principal Mrs. Falisa W. Carter, Assistant Principal School Starts: 8:00 a.m. Tardy Bell: 8:05 a.m. School Ends: 2:45 p.m. As a general rule, students will not be released to go home between 2:15 - 2:45 p.m. MISSION: We will prepare our students to become responsible, successful contributing 21 st century citizens of society. VISION: Putting children first today for a successful tomorrow. BELIEFS: By putting Children First in all of our thoughts and deeds, we at Bunn Elementary School believe our children will become responsible, successful contributing 21 st century citizens of society. 2
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CONTENTS Absence Notifications ....................................................................................................................................... 9-10 Absences ............................................................................................................................................................. 8-9 Accidents/Illness .................................................................................................................................................... 6 After School Enrichment ..................................................................................................................................... 10 Arrivals/Departures ................................................................................................................................................ 7 Asbestos Notification ........................................................................................................................................... 26 Attendance ............................................................................................................................................................. 7 Bunn Elementary School Wellness Program ....................................................................................................... 24 Car Student Procedures .......................................................................................................................................... 7 Child Nutrition ..................................................................................................................................................... 10 Communicable Diseases ........................................................................................................................................ 6 Conferences .......................................................................................................................................................... 10 Discipline on the School Bus ............................................................................................................................... 11 Discipline Policy .................................................................................................................................................. 17 FERPA Law .................................................................................................................................................... 25-26 Field Trips ............................................................................................................................................................ 14 Guidelines for Keeping Students at Home ............................................................................................................. 6 Immunizations ...................................................................................................................................................... 14 In School Alternative (ISA) ................................................................................................................................. 18 Lockers ................................................................................................................................................................. 14 Make-Up Work ...................................................................................................................................................... 8 McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act ....................................................................................... 23 Medication ........................................................................................................................................................... 18 Nutrition and Physical Activity Initiatives ..................................................................................................... 24-25 Pediculosis (Head Lice) ....................................................................................................................................... 22 Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) ....................................................................................... 15-16 PTA Officers .......................................................................................................................................................... 5 Radios/Toys/Electronic Devices ..................................................................................................................... 14-15 Releasing Students from School .......................................................................................................................... 15 Report Cards ........................................................................................................................................................ 15 School Bus Transportation ................................................................................................................................... 11 School Closing and/or Early Dismissal ............................................................................................................... 14 Section 504/ADA Policy ................................................................................................................................ 21-22 Student Dress Code ........................................................................................................................................ 19-20 Student Insurance ................................................................................................................................................. 19 Student Relocation ............................................................................................................................................... 19 Student Suicide Policy .................................................................................................................................... 20-21 Students of Separated/Divorced Parents .............................................................................................................. 15 Summary of School & Transportation Best Practices .......................................................................................... 12 Summary of School Bus Driver & Student Passenger Best Practices ................................................................. 13 Tardiness/Early Dismissals .................................................................................................................................. 10 Telephones ........................................................................................................................................................... 20 Textbooks/Library Books ..................................................................................................................................... 20 Title I Parent Involvement Policy ................................................................................................................... 22-23 21 st Century Technology ...................................................................................................................................... 25 Visitors and Security ............................................................................................................................................ 19 Volunteers ............................................................................................................................................................ 23 3
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CALENDAR 4
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FRANKLIN COUNTY SCHOOLS 53 West River Road Louisburg, NC 27549 Phone: (919) 496-2600 Dr. Pascal Mubenga Superintendent Dr. Rhonda Schuler Associate Superintendent Dannie Williams Chief of Human Resources Dr. Larry Webb Executive Director of Auxiliary Services PTA OFFICERS 2017-2018 President Mrs. Melissa Alford (252) 717-1046 Vice-President Mrs. Amy Bullock (919) 269-4067 Secretary Mrs. Nikki Weber (252) 341-2313 Treasurer Mrs. Crystal Johnson (919) 269-6929 5
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ACCIDENTS/ILLNESS If your child becomes seriously ill or hurt at school we will contact a parent immediately. If we cannot reach a parent, we will use the emergency contact information you have provided. Please make sure the emergency information is updated at the school at all times.
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  • Spring '15
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