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General Information

OFFICE INFORMATION

 
Office Hours:
7:30AM - 3:30PM
 
If you have any questions, please call:
(209)953-8410
 
If you would like to report your student's absence, please call:
(209)953-8409

 ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES

            Please refer to the times above for the school start and dismissal times for your child. All students may arrive for breakfast at 7:55.  If not eating breakfast, students  are to arrive at 8:15 and meet in front of the cafeteria. At dismissal, students are expected to go directly home. 

LOST & FOUND

            We maintain a “lost and found” closet in the cafeteria for items of clothing, lunch boxes, etc., that are found on the school grounds and that do not have a student’s name on them.  Please assist us in getting your child’s belongings to him or her by writing your child’s name on clothing and other items brought to school.  Small or fragile items such as jewelry, house keys or glasses are kept in the school office.

TRAFFIC SAFETY RULES

     To ensure the safety of our children, please observe the following rules:
 
     DO:             Consider parking on Peeskill Drive, the street behind the school, to load and unload your children.
 
     DO:             Remind your children that they are expected to use the crosswalk when crossing Tam O'Shanter.
 
     DO:             Follow the directions of the crossing guard and school personnel on traffic and dismissal duty.
 
     DO NOT:  Park and then leave your car in the loading/unloading (red) zones. They are for school buses only.                
      Your vehicle may be ticketed by the Stockton Police Department.
 
     DO NOT:  Park or stop in the crosswalk in front of the school.
 
     DO NOT:  Load and unload children in the red curb zones.
 
     DO NOT:  Double-park while loading or unloading children.  Please pull over to the curb to unload passengers.
 
 

BICYCLE RULES

All students riding bicycles must wear helmets and follow all California safety codes.

 

MONTHLY CHARACTER EDUCATION THEMES

LIFE SKILL OF THE MONTH

August
RESPONSIBILITY
 
September
PATIENCE
 
October
INITIATIVE
 
November
HONESTY/TRUSTWORTHINESS
 
December
CARING
 
January
CURIOSITY
 
February
COURAGE
 
March
RESPECT
 
April
PROBLEM SOLVING
 
May
INTEGRITY
 

I AM A PROMISE! SONG

"I Am A Promise!"

(Chorus)

I am a Promise,

I am a Possibility,

I am a Promise, with a capital "P"!

I am a great big bundle of Potentiality...

And I am learning to lower my voice, and

I am learning to make the right choices.

I'm a Promise to be, anything I want me

To be!

 

(Verse)

I can go anywhere that I want me to go!

I can be anything that I want me to be!

I can climb the high mountains,

I can cross the wide seas,

I am a great big PROMISE, you see!

 

(repeat chorus)

Parklane Playground Rules Tour

PARKLANE RULES

Cafeteria Line~ Stand on the line.  Look straight ahead with your head behind the person in front of you.  No talking in the quiet area.
 
In the Cafeteria~ Sit on your pockets and eat your own food.  If you need something raise your hand and ask for help.  If an adult gets on the microphone stop and listen and look at that person.
 
Orange Cones~ Do not play beyond the orange cones by the tree area.  Do not play beyond the tree line next to the back fence.
 
On the Grass~ When the bell rings, stop playing and run to the edge of the grass.  No talking.  Listen to see who will be called to line up.
 
People Playing with Balls~ FREEZE WHEN BELL RINGS.  People playing with balls will stop playing and freeze.  Person closest to the ball returns it when teacher calls out.
 
Playing Tetherball~ Stop playing and get out of circle and freeze.
 
Red Line~ Tells where the playground begins.  Do not cross line during recess.  Use the bathrooms next to the library.  Bathrooms in the new classroom areas are used only during class time.

PLAYGROUND RULES

Freeze when the bell rings.

No running on the blacktop.

Balls are played on the grass unless you're playing basketball.

If a ball goes over the fence, let teacher know and they will get after recess.

Walk the ball back to the basket by hugging the ball and set it in the ball cart.

Jump ropes are for jumping only on the playground.

If on the grass, keep rope low.

TETHERBALL RULES

Touch the ball only.

No touching the pole, line, or rope.

Hit with fist, open hand, or two hands.

No catching or pushing the ball.

First three people in line are the judges.

They need to carefully watch the game.

If judges agree player is out.  If judges don't agree the next person becomes a judge.

First person in game tells which direction to play.

Challenger is the server.

Bell rings step out of the circle and freeze.  Hands off the ball.

BARK BOX RULES

While playing in the bark box, keep bark in the box.

BIKE & HELMET RULE

Second and Third Graders can ride their bikes with a permission slip and if they wear a helmet.