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School Hours

Children are expected to be at school each day on time at 8:30 a.m..  Students will be permitted to enter the building 8:00 a.m. to 8:20 a.m. for breakfast.  All students will enter and exit through the front doors.

The school day begins at 8:30 a.m.

Dismissal:
K-5 students will be dismissed from their line at 2:50 p.m in the small school yard.  6th-8th grade students will be dismissed at 2:55 p.m. from the front doors.

No Pre-Kindergarten student can be picked up by anyone other than their parent/guardian.

Late Policy

Any children arriving after 8:40 will be marked late by their homeroom teacher until 9:00 a.m.  After 9:00 a.m., late slips will be distributed to students at the main lobby desk.

Any student arriving after 10:01 a.m., will be given an unexcused A.M. absence unless the student submits a doctor’s or court note.

Early Dismissal Policy

Please schedule all appointments for your children after school.  Early dismissals begin at 1:01 p.m.  Any students leaving before 1:01 p.m will be considered a PM unexcused absence unless a doctor’s or court note is provided for excused absence.

In the event of an appointment that can not be scheduled after the school day, you may pick up your child before 1:50 p.m. with proper ID.  No student will be released without the person picking up having proper ID and listed on the student’s emergency contact.


Uniform Policy

All children that attend school within the School District of Philadelphia are expected to wear their uniform every day.

Our school uniform colors for all grades PreK through 8th grade will be:

Red or Blue (Any shade) Button Down/Polo Type Shirt

Navy Blue, Black, or Khaki colored pants/skirts (No jeans)

Blue or Black Sweater (No hoodies)

All students should wear appropriate shoes for school, please see the list below of clothing not acceptable.

Important please note the following are not allowed:

 Bare midriffs, belly tops, tank tops, bare shoulders, open toe sandals/shoes, or flip-flops.


Computer Use Policy

It is a privilege to have access to Computers and the Internet.  If any student fails to follow the  appropriate guidelines as stated in the School District of Philadelphia’s Computing and Internet Acceptable Use Policy, he or she will have their computer privileges suspended.

School District’s Computer Use Policy

Student Code of Conduct

The School District has a code of conduct that all students should follow.

SDP – Student Code of Conduct

Last modified: August 10, 2018