Our number one concern is the safety of all students. Recently, it has been brought to our attention that there are safety concerns for our students during dismissal. As a precaution and to protect our students we will be implementing the following procedures immediately.
· Walker dismissal is for students who walk home. We ask that you please do not park your car and then pick your child up from walker dismissal.
· If you are picking your child up by car, please use the car rider loop.
· Please do not park on Dumbarton Dr. during dismissal. Parked cars in this area have become a major safety issue.
· Access into and out of the school parking lot will be limited from 2:00-2:20
Morning Drop-Off updates
It has also come to our attention that there are safety concerns in the front parking lot during morning drop-off time. Access to the school parking lot will also be limited from 7:00-7:20. If you would like to come into the building to talk with an administrator or a secretary or aid your child into the building with school supplies access will surely be granted. Thank you very much with your diligence in this matter and helping us to keep all of the students of Rockland Woods Elementary School safe!
School day start and end time: 7:35 - 2:05 Students should NOT be dropped prior to the 7:15 opening of the building.
School Hours: We are operating on a 6 1/2 hour instructional day for students. Please help us by following our school hours and contacting the office if planning a visit to a classroom or would like to schedule a conference outside of our office hours.
7:05 a.m. - Front office opens 7:15 a.m. - Building open to students 7:30 a.m. - Warning bell 7:35 a.m. - Tardy bell 2:05 p.m. - Bus dismissal begins 2:10 p.m. - Dismissal for private transportation, daycare, clubs, and walkers
Rockland Woods Elementary will provide a quality and meaningful education to all students. We recognize the importance of developing 21st century leaders and having a learning environment which is positive, safe, and maintains a high standard for everyone with STEAM practices imbedded in all content areas to prepare students for college and career.
Preparing 21st century learners and leaders to be significant contributors to a global society.
Website created and maintained by Pamela Rubisch, NBCT of Library Media and Technology Updated February 16, 2018
Updated by Pamela Rubisch, webmistress April 3, 2018