- Call the 24-hour attendance line at 949-936-5801 to report your child’s absence from school. Do not leave messages on other phone lines.
- Please speak clearly, identify yourself, your child’s name, grade level and teacher, and give the date and reason for absence.
- Your child cannot return to school until he/she is fever-free for at least 24 hours, without medication.
- If your child misses more than 3 days of school, they must obtain a doctor's note before returning.
PICKING YOUR CHILD UP FROM SCHOOL:
- If you need to pick your child up early from school, you must report to the office to sign your child out.
- Please be on time to pick your child up at the end of the school day.
- Children can only be picked up by a parent or authorized person, as listed on the student’s emergency card.
DELIVERY OF ITEMS LEFT AT HOME:
- Musical instruments, lunches, homework, and other items are sometimes forgotten by the students when they come to school.
- If a parent chooses to bring forgotten items to the school later, they must be dropped off and left in the front office.
- The student should check with the front office for these items in case they have been brought to school by someone in their family.
- The office staff is not responsible for running these items to the students for a variety of reasons, first and foremost being it is disruptive to the classroom.
MEDICATION AT SCHOOL:
- If your child requires medication at school, the medication must be kept in the nurse’s office to be administered by school personnel.
- Children may not have medication, including inhalers, in their backpacks.
By law, the school must follow these procedures:
- Medicine must be in the original pharmacy bottle, labeled by the pharmacist.
- Parent and physician each must sign a consent form prior to medication being administered. Consent forms are available in the school office or you can click here to download form.
- Medication MUST be brought to school by the parent or guardian. At no time can medication arrive at school in a lunch box, baggie, etc. These regulations also apply to non-prescription medications. Non-prescription medications include aspirin, vitamins, cough syrup, cough drops, ointments, etc.
- Do not ask school personnel to administer medications until the above mentioned requirements are met.
VOLUNTEERS OR VISITORS:
- All volunteers and visitors to the school must sign in to Raptor at the front office and pick up an ID badge.
- Upon leaving the school, they must sign out and return the ID badge to the office.