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The best way to be successful in life is to be a role model:

 

1. Help others, work hard and complete your tasks.

2. Control your temper.

3. Respect authority and other people's rights and belongings.

4. Be honest, responsible and friendly.

5. Practice good manners.

 

Always ask yourself, "What is the right thing to do" and MAKE GOOD CHOICES!!

School Behavior Policy

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Please make sure your child knows the importance of following school and classroom rules. We wish to continue to make Warrington Elementary a pleasant and safe place for students.  To accomplish this goal, parents and school staff need to work cooperatively to encourage student behaviors that serve to promote the safety and well-being of students, staff, and property which promotes an environment conducive to learning. 

 

 

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Attendance & Behavior Policy

 

Our administration, faculty and staff are committed to providing an environment that will motivate and inspire your child to be a productive, resourceful, and responsible citizen.

But, we cannot do it alone.

It is your responsibility to send your child to school every day, on time, well-rested, ready to learn, and willing to follow the school rules.  

Your constant praise and support will encourage your child to do his or her best.

We depend on you to make sure your child knows the reason he or she comes to school - children come to school to learn!

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ARRIVAL

 

  • Student drop off begins at 7:20a.m. Please do not drop off your child any earlier since there won't be any staff supervising students before 7:20a.m.
  • Car riders must unload in front of the school and may not use the Druid St. entrance.
  • Buses unload through the north wing (off Druid St.). 
  • Once in the building, students must go directly to the cafeteria where they will pick up a breakfast combo, and go to assigned homerooms.
  • Students arriving after 7:45a.m. are tardy and parents/guardians must sign them in at the office to get a tardy pass.
  • ABSENCES: The law also requires a written note stating why a child has been absent.  Parents/guardians, please send a note with your child when he/she returns to school.  If your child does not bring a note, a form will be sent home requesting this information. Please note: reasons such as, “overslept,” “out of town,” and “it was a 1/2 day,” are unexcused absences. If your child has three (3) unexcused absences within ninety (90) days, you will be scheduled to attend a meeting with the Guidance Counselor. If your child has fifteen (15) unexcused absences within ninety (90) days, your child will be considered “habitually truant” and legal action may be taken. Excessive absence may result in retention.

DISMISSAL

  • DISMISSAL START TIMES:

Pre-K - 1:40

K-5 - 1:45

Buses leave campus at 1:55

  • Car riders and walkers will dismiss from the front of the building. Please remain in your car. Put the school car tag with your child's name on the passenger side dash board. One of the adults on duty will bring your child/children to you.
  • Buses will load students on the north side of the main building (Druid St.).

Florida Law (Section 1003.21, Florida Statutes) mandates

regular daily school attendance for all children less than 16 years of age.

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Students are expected to come to school clean, neat and appropriately attired. Students whose personal attire or grooming distracts the attention of other students or teachers from school work or which may be hazardous to themselves or to others in the course of school activities may be required to make the necessary alterations. Students who fail to meet the minimum acceptable standards of cleanliness and neatness, shall be subject to appropriate disciplinary measures including suspension.  

NOT ALLOWED:

  • see-through clothing, tank or halter tops
  • clothing with offensive language
  • advertising tobacco, drugs, or alcohol on clothing
  • dangling earrings
  • cleats or skate shoes
  • flip flops
  • open toed shoes
  • baggy or over-sized clothing
  • pant hems beyond the heel of the shoe

*Tennis shoes or a shoe similar to a tennis shoe is required to participate in Physical Education and recess.

**Please refer to STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES booklet for further guidelines.