The First Day of School is September 5, 2019

August 29, 2019

We are getting ready for your arrival and looking forward to another great school year!


All students will be sent home with a welcome packet on the first day of school. Please read through the information presented in the folder and sign the needed forms. Please have your child return these forms to the school ASAP.


School Hours

All students enter through the front of the building (Batchelder Street) and attend community learning class at 7:45 am.  Students who are late must report to room 114.


Free Breakfast                 Monday through Friday 7:15a.m. – 7:40 a.m.

School Day                       Monday through Friday 7:45 a.m. - 2:05 p.m.

Millennium After school     Monday through Friday 2:05 pm. – 5:00 p.m.


Once a student enters the school building they may not to leave on their own until 2:05pm. If your child needs to be picked up, only those indicated on the blue Emergency Contact Card can do so. ID is required.


General Supplies

Although some teachers may require specific supplies from their students, in general our students are required to be prepared to learn with grade-specific notebooks/binders, pens, pencils, and folders in their book bags.



6th grade students are dismissed at the front of the building (Batchelder Street) at 2:05 pm

7th Grade students will be dismissed on Avenue X at 2:05 pm

8th Grade students will be dismissed from the schoolyard on Brown Street at 2:05 pm


Student ID Cards   (Cards will be issued to 6th graders the first week of school)

All incoming students will be given a school ID with their picture on it.  He/she will use it to enter the school building.  School ID’s will also be used for breakfast and lunch.  All students must have their ID every day.  If your child loses an ID they will be given a replacement free of charge.  The third time lost there will be a charge of $5.00.  All ID’s are used from the 6th-8th grade.


Electronic Devices

Cell phones and portable music and entertainment systems may not be turned on or used during the school day on school premises.  School premises includes indoor areas (classrooms, hallways, stairways, gymnasium, bathrooms, cafeteria and auditorium), and outdoor areas, (school yard, courtyard, school steps and entryways).  * See cellphone policy for more details.


Dress Code

Students are required to dress for success in neat, appropriate “School Business “clothing.


We are looking forward to successful school year!

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