Families must review, sign off on District Handbook
Each school year, parents/guardians are required to sign off that they have reviewed the policies, procedures and required notices in the District Policy Handbook. The handbook includes a variety of information about parental and student rights, expectations and more. Families also have the opportunity to opt-out of sharing directory information or student photos. Log in to PowerSchool to sign the Handbook acknowledgement form and Student Information Release Opt-Out Form.
Please also read the School Handbook, located on our website under "Our School". Here you can find school-specific information, expectations and guidelines.
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