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We would love to have a parent or community volunteer give us one hour of your day to help assist with restocking shelves and while the kindergarten children visit the library for book check out during the week.
This volunteer position would require assistance each day from 10:45 – 11:45 a.m. in our elementary library.
If anyone would be interested in helping our librarians and children out during this one hour time block, please contact Miss Petty. We would be very grateful.
NOTICE TO PARENTS AND/OR GUARDIANS FROM FEDERAL COURT
REGARDING RELEASE OF EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION HELD BY THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION:
This is a message from the U.S. District Court in the case identified above. This notice may apply to you if you are a student or the parent or guardian of a student enrolled in an Ohio public school since 2013.
The purpose of this notice is to inform you that, as part of a lawsuit related to funding for
special education, a request has been made to the Ohio Department of Education for educational information regarding individual Ohio public school students. The purpose of this notice is to inform you about the request, about the information to be disclosed, and about your right to object to the disclosure of the information. The information that will be provided includes data for all Ohio students attending a school district or community school for the 2013/2014 school year. Some examples of the types of data include: a student identifying number; demographic information, such as school, grade,
gender, race, age, and disability category; attendance statistics; information on suspensions and expulsions; and results on state tests such as the Ohio Graduation Tests, the Ohio Achievement Assessments, and the Third Grade Reading Guarantee. Your student’s name, address, and social security number will not be disclosed because the Ohio Department of Education does not possess that information. Once disclosed, the information is protected by an order of the court, and cannot be used for any purpose other than this litigation. No information will be disclosed beyond the participants in the litigation in a way that allows an individual student to be identified.
If you do not object to the disclosure of information described above, you do not have to
do anything. If you object to the disclosure of information described above and you want to inform the Judge of your objection, you must do all of the following:
1. Write a letter to the Judge telling him what you object to;
2. On the first page of your letter, write in large or underlined letter: “OBJECTIONS TO DISCLOSURE OF FERPA INFORMATION IN DOE V. STATE, Case No. 91-464.”
3. Mail your letter to:
Clerk’s Office: Judge Watson’s Docket
85 Marconi Boulevard
A parent or guardian may object on behalf of a minor student, but must state in the
objection the relationship that he or she has with the affected minor student.
DO NOT CALL THE COURT. THE COURT WILL NOT ACCEPT PHONE
CALLS ABOUT THIS MATTER. YOU MUST SUBMIT YOUR OBJECTIONS IN WRITING.
You may also include your contact information such that the Court or the parties’ counsel
may contact you to discuss your concerns. Objections must be received no later than September 12, 2014. All objections will be maintained by the Court under seal, which means they will not be available to the public, but they will be available to the parties’ attorneys.
If you are having difficulty getting into your child’s account, please do the following step:
Put the numbers(prefix) 2880 in front of the numbers you are using for your child’s account. This has taken care of most of the issues.
Please make sure to that your child has lunch money on their account, that you send in $2.50 daily, or a check has been sent in for lunch. The elementary office will no longer lend money out to students, including the first day of school. You will be called to bring your child lunch money.
Make sure to check your child’s account on a frequent basis to avoid an issue in which you will be inconvenienced. Please note that the system does not update quickly enough for you to put money on the account instantaneously. Sitting at your desk computer during your work day and attempting to put money into the account at that moment will not be a solution.
This year any parents who need to enter the building will need to park in the gravel parking lot at the north end of the campus. The elementary parking lot will be full with staff parking during the day. Under no circumstances should parents park behind the building or along the elementary sidewalk this year. This area is now designated as a pull thru drop off zone. We realize that this is not convenient, but it is necessary for the safety of everyone.
If you are picking your child up this year as a car rider, you must pull thru the pick-up zone in the high school parking lot at the end of the day. You have received a pink sheet of paper with your last name on it to place on your vehicle’s dashboard. Please be patient as we work through this new system.
Only those students who have an appointment will be permitted to be picked up in the elementary office this year. This must be done no later than 2:45 and your child will be marked as an early release student for that day on their attendance record.
Kindergarten: $ 48.50
First Grade: $ 41.50
Second Grade: $ 72.50
Third Grade: $ 43.50
Fourth Grade: $ 66.00
Fifth Grade: $ 42.75
Sixth Grade: $ 54.00
Feel free to stop by the elementary office to take care of your child’s school fees during the Open House hours of 6 – 7 pm tonight.