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Parents & Students


Please check the district website for specific policies.

It is still imperative that anyone with any symptoms of illness stay home from school and for parents to communicate information regarding exposure and positive COVID-19 results directly with principal to assist in keeping our campus safe for all students and staff. 

When school begins, parents will remain in their cars in the drop off loops and pedestrians will remain outside of the east and west walking gates.

504/PST Contacts

504 - Rebecca Railsback 

PST - Elizabeth Sebastianelli

Parents/Visitors Signing in Procedures

Thank you for always visiting our campus. The safety of our students is top priority. Be sure to always:

  • Sign-in at the front office through our Raptor System. BRING IN YOUR ID/DRIVER'S LICENSE TO THE FRONT DESK.
  • Wear your school's visitor badge so that it is visible to all.
  • Park your car in our designated parking areas.

Safety Tip when visiting.

  • Remember to keep your vehicles locked at all times when you are on campus. Stow electronics and chargers out of sight in your parked vehicle.

Morning Arrivals

School hours are 7:50am to 2:30pm

  • 7:15am   Bus Students arrive
  • 7:25am   Safety Patrols arrive
  • 7:30am   Pre-k - 5th grade students arrive
  • 7:45am   First Bell; Students report to class
  • 7:50am   Tardy Bell; classroom instruction begins    

Parents will remain in their cars in the drive through loops, and pedestrians will remain outside of the east and west walking gates.  Parking spaces are provided only for Pre-k families.  Pre-k parents with a special badge are permitted to walk on campus during drop off.  

Staggered Dismissal

We are doing a staggered dismissal to allow for greater social distancing, and parents will have assigned times to arrive on campus. Parents may only enter campus via their vehicle in the loops and must remain in their vehicle on campus. No foot traffic is permitted on campus. Specific arrival times have been determined for each family. There will be no parking or waiting on campus ahead of your designated time. Please remain off campus until your designated time to enter the loop. If you arrive early, we will respectfully request you depart and return at the designated time.

Dismissal procedures and times are: 

  • 2:00 - 2:10pm  Pre-K families enter our parking lot and park in designated area reserved for Pre-K parents 
  • 2:15pm            Staff will bring Pre-K students to cars   
  • 2:20pm            Family numbers 1-199 enter parking loops; driver remains in car in the loop
  • 2:25 - 2:35pm  Family numbers 200-599 enter parking loops; driver remains in car in the loop
  • 2:40pm            Safety Patrol transportation enters and parks in the east loop; driver remains in their car
  • 2:45pm            Safety Patrol finishes duty and reports to car/departure

Pedestrians - there will be no foot traffic on campus.  Families who walk may wait off campus beyond the East or West exit gates for their children who are designated as "Walkers" or " Bike Riders".  Please stop outside the East entrance or West entrance to wait for your student to come to you.  Note that these are the only two pedestrian exits for students.  Please do not come to the middle as that is reserved for vehicles.


Parents: subscribe to the Remind App by texting @tomoka5 to 81010 to get updates on our upcoming activities.

Snacks for Classrooms

Reminder about treats provided for the class by parents: Donations of completely, individually wrapped items such as Little Debbie Snacks or bags of crackers, Chez Its will work, but items not individually wrapped, such as cupcakes should not be provided during the current pandemic. Also, some have inquired about sending deliveries such as pizza. Rather than ordering pizza for your child's class, please consider providing a financial donation to the school secretary for your child's class, and the school will coordinate the delivery of pizza or other potential items.

Together We Can Be H.E.R.O.s (Help, Encourage, & Respect Others)

P.B.I.S. is our Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support program which has been established with school-wide expectations to teach the students what expectations look like across the many settings on our school's campus. Our school's PBIS Motto is TOGETHER WE CAN BE H.E.R.O.S (Help, Encourage, and Respect Others). Our three PBIS behavioral expectations for our school campus are: BE SAFE, BE RESPECTIFUL AND BE RESPONSIBLE. Our teachers will be conducting lessons in various locations across our campus teaching the students what each expectation looks like and doesn't look like. These lessons will occur in an on-going manner throughout the school year. This program will promote a positive, growth mindset for all students.PBIS Parent Information Letter

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