2008 – 2009
Phone: (256) 776-3246 or 776-9264 Fax: (256) 776-6676
Welcome to the 2008-09 school year at Madison County Elementary. I am pleased that you and your child will be a part of this wonderful learning community.
The faculty and staff of
This handbook contains valuable information regarding procedures, policies, and activities pertinent to our school. Please review this document carefully. Then sign and return the Notice of Receipt found on the back page. Keep the remainder of the document for reference throughout the year. If you have questions regarding its contents, please contact me, the teacher or the office staff.
Purple and Gold
Please note that this handbook is a guide. The Principal or Board of Education may change or modify rules and procedures during the year to promote students’ welfare and potential for success. Changes will be posted on the website.
HISTORY OF MCES
Madison County Elementary
School (MCES) serves Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade students. MCES is a community school located in
MCES is a School Wide Title I school and benefits from this Federal Program in several ways. Teachers, Instructional Assistants, and/or Tutors may be employed through Federal Title I funds, allowing for reasonable teacher/student ratios. Scientifically Research Based materials and programs are purchased with Title I funds. Each classroom has at least one Internet accessible computer.
MCES is an
Dr. Terry Davis
Kenny Johnson District 2
Jeff Anderson District 5
Dr. Mary Jane Caylor District 6 State Board
Telephone: (256) 852-2557
Vice President Membership Patrick Hawkins
Vice President Fundraising Paul Patterson
Parliamentarian Leia Merical
Faculty Representatives Martha Stone and Tina Griffin
P.T.A. Meeting Dates: September 9
The 2008-2009 P.T.A. officers would like to extend our welcome to Madison County Elementary, Parents, Teachers, Staff and Students. We look forward to working with you!
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Education Calendar here
FACULTY AND STAFF
PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Lizabeth Meador Jeff Riddle
PRE-K RESOURCE TEACHERS
Tiffani Dodd Chandra Haselman Melissa Mann
Tiffany Martin Antoine McCoy
KINDERGARTEN Teresa McNeeley Yoneka Pride
Rosia Henry Brian Robinson
FIRST GRADE Leslie Lawhorn Wendy Osborne
Sherry Lenoir OTHER INSTRUCTION
Melissa Weaver Reading Coach Diana Reynolds
Counselor Betsy Koger SECOND GRADE Librarian Lorrie Vice
Ann Coffey Art Bonnie Harrison
Lisa Lowry Music
Martha Stone Band Jeff Hogan Physical Education Tim Porter
THIRD GRADE ACE Melinda Clark
Claudia Hyde Nurse
FOURTH GRADE Computer Aide Jane Lang
Melissa Lewis Computer Aide Teresa Craig
Andrea Thompson Student
FIFTH GRADE Donna Long Mary Smith
Tina Fischer Sandra Anders
OFFICE PERSONNEL SIXTH GRADE Secretary/ Bookkeeper Tammy Whitten
Amelia Childers Clerical Aide Susan Wright
SEVENTH and EIGHTH GRADE Plant Manager Mike Boozer
Leslie Royer Science Custodians Brenda Boozer Mickey Lockard Social Science Joey Bradford
Jacob Siefert Literature Juanita Wilbourn
Jennifer Talton English Elizabeth Jackson
Tina Griffin Math
DAY CARE Connie Sawyer – Manager
Barbara Osmer Janice Harris
BUS DRIVERS Ellen Lee
Maxine Nance Annette Neal AAP
Shane Putnam Misty Quick Paula Griesel
Joe Sims Vicki Tolliver
HALF DAY IS 7:50 – 11:15 AND 11:15 – 2:45.
Absence of more than ½ day counts as a full day absence and requires a doctor or parent note.
Students arriving after 7:50 must be signed in by a parent at the reception desk. Students who leave school for any reason must be signed out by a parent at the front desk.
Good attendance enhances learning. The Madison County Board of Education Policy on attendance
for excused and unexcused absences is listed in the Student Code of Conduct booklet. This policy
adheres to the State of
within 3 days of an absence. Only 10 notes from home may be accepted. Additional notes must be
from a physician. If no note is received within 3 days of the absence, the absence will be coded
unexcused. The State considers an absence of more than ½ day as a full day’s absence and requires an
excuse from parent or physician.
Excused absences are:
· student’s personal illness,
· death in the immediate family,
· inclement weather only when designated by Superintendent, and
· legal obligations with official paperwork.
· Unusual and/or emergency situations may be excused by the principal. If possible, written
permission should be requested in advance
· For absences other than illness, enough detail regarding the absence is needed in order to
code the absence.
When the school nurse finds it necessary to send students home because of an illness, the student must
present a note by the parent or doctor upon the return to school. These absences are not automatically
excused. Notes may be faxed to 776-6676.
Students will be permitted to make up missed work for an excused absence. It is the student’s
responsibility to get work assignments the day she/he returns to school and to complete the assignment
according to a time frame determined by the teacher (within two weeks of the date of the last absence).
Grades of zero will be assigned for assignments missed because of unexcused absences. Parents may
request makeup work in advance if student will be absent more than 3 days. Please call early for end
of day pick up.
BEGINNING OF THE SCHOOL DAY
Student supervision begins at 7:25 a.m. The safety and general welfare of our students and staff is
always of utmost concern. We attempt to keep this foremost, particularly since our buildings are
expansive and difficult to monitor as a result. Do not drop students off before 7:25.
Classes begin at 7:45 each day. Students may enter the building at 7:40. Those who arrive between 7:25 and 7:40 will report to the cafeteria for breakfast or to the gym to wait.
If you bring items to school for your child, please bring them to the school office. They will be promptly delivered to the student’s room.
The Madison County Board of Education Policy states that book bags are allowed in all grades, but must be used strictly for the purpose of transporting books, school supplies and student personal items to and from school and classes. Due to safety concerns, book bags with wheels are not allowed. Athletic bags for school athletes are allowed, but must be used only to transport athletic material and be stored in the gym lockers during the school day. Locker rooms will be locked during school day.
The Madison County Board of Education provides bus service for students. Riding the bus is a privilege that requires responsible behavior from all students. To insure a safe, comfortable ride for yourself and others, students are expected to follow guidelines in Madison County Schools Student Code of Conduct from the first day of school. Students receive bus rules from the driver each year. Please review these rules with your child.
Students are responsible for their own behavior on the bus. We will not tolerate any situation that causes distractions for the driver. Consequences for misbehaviors are:
These are minimal punishments. More serious misbehaviors will result in appropriate consequence. Students are required to attend school if suspended from the bus.
Students in grades PK-3 will not be released from the bus if an adult is not present at the home. She/he will be returned to school and placed in daycare for a charge of $7.00 per day. After the second incident, the student will not be transported home by bus. Student may ride in morning.
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Breakfast is served to students from 7:25 – 7:40.
Prices: $2.00 Regular Lunch including milk for grades Pre-K-5
$2.25 Regular Lunch for grades 6 –8 Visitor $3.75
$1.50Breakfast (Grades Pre-K-8) Visitor $2.00
Parents may send money in advance to pay for lunch. The lunchroom will set up an account and assign the student a number to purchase lunch from that account. Payment may be made online or via telephone by using the PayPams system. http://www.PayPAMS.com For more information go to: http://www.madison.k12.al.us/Nutrition/PamsLunchroom%20for%20Parents041222.pdf
It is board policy that students may not accumulate more than 2 charges. Charging of a la carte items will not be allowed. After two meal charges, a student will be referred to the principal. For a student who has charged two meals, a peanut butter/jelly sandwich and milk may be given.
The lunch menu is subject to change depending on availability of items from the suppliers. The lunch menu appears in The Huntsville Times, the MCBOE website and on our web site.
Student supervision begins at 7:25 a.m.
Morning: Car riders should be dropped off in front of
the campus on
Do not leave students at school until 7:25 a.m.
Afternoon: Parents should line up behind the large gym
at 2:45 p.m. to pick up their car riders by entering on
Beginning on August 13, 2008, all drivers must display a sign issued by MCES with the student’s name. The sign should be attached to the passenger side sun visor and be visible through the front window. If the person picking up your child does not have a sign, a picture ID will be required and confirmed with the office. This person must be listed on your current student information form.
CHANGES IN TRANSPORTATION
All changes in transportation must be made in writing to the school by the custodial parent. Changes may be faxed before 12:00. We suggest calling to ensure that the fax was received.
The principal or principal’s designee must approve notes for changes in transportation in advance. Please refrain from calling the school concerning a change in transportation unless there is a true emergency situation.
All PK – 8 students must adhere to the Madison County School System policy regarding cell phones:
Students shall not possess electronic pagers in schools or on school campuses. Cell phones are permitted, but with the following stipulations:
1. May not be carried or worn on a student, but must be kept in book bags, purses, or other bags allowable within the Code of Conduct.
2. Must be turned off in school buildings at any time of the day.
3. Must be turned off on school campus during the instructional day.
4. Must be turned off while on school buses.
5. School administrators may make exceptions as to when and where cell phones may be used based on extenuating circumstances to serve a school purpose and need.
6. Cell phones will be confiscated from students who violate this policy and will be returned only to parents between 3:00 and 4:00 p.m.
7. Consequences for cell phone violation are as follows:
a. 1st offense = 1 day AAP,
b. 2nd offense = 3 days AAP,
c. 3rd offense = Loss of privilege to bring cell phone plus 5 days AAP.
d. Additional offenses will be considered defiance and will receive other consequences.
8. After the first offense, phones will be only returned to parents in a scheduled conference with an administrator.
Parent-teacher conferences are required by Madison Count Board of Education policy. Teachers and/or parents may request conferences. A partnership between home and school is necessary for the successful educational experience of each child.
communication is a high priority at
Our teachers and staff have access to voice mail and e-mail. Teachers do not have phones in the classroom and only have an opportunity to check voice messages once a day. You may reach any staff member by his/her e-mail address. If you have an urgent matter, you should phone the school instead of sending an E-mail. Please allow up to 36 hours for return communication.
Staff email addresses are provided at http://www.madison.k12.al.us/mcelementary/mcelementary.htm
care is available for all PK-6th grade students from 2:45 – 5:45
daily on the
All guidelines found in the Madison County Student Code of Conduct manual will be followed. A
school-wide discipline plan is in place. Corporal Punishment is allowed by MCBOE; parental approval
is not required but parents of MCES students will ALWAYS be involved before this last resort
disciplinary technique is administered.
All K –8 students will adhere to the dress code as set forth by the Madison County Board of Education
and as deemed appropriate by the principal. This is detailed in the Madison County Schools Student
Please note that tennis shoes must be worn for P.E. activities. Footwear determined to be
dangerous or a safety hazard may not be worn at any time. (ie. Heelies)
GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING
Services are available through the school counselor for students experiencing difficulties that affect their grades and/or attendance. These services include individual counseling and/or small group counseling for students experiencing similar problems. The school counselor also works with the teachers, administrators and parents to coordinate programs that are intended to boost self-esteem and improve school performance. These programs include Parent Tutors, Peer Mediators, Student Council, and a Positive Peer Support Group, which is funded by Madison County Mental Health.
An automated circulation system is used to check books out from the library. Students in kindergarten and first grade may check out one book after an appropriate orientation time. Students in second grade may check out one book for a period of two weeks. Students in third through eighth grades may check out two (2) books for a period of two weeks—one for assigned reading, one for reading enjoyment. Discretion will be used to determine the renewal of books. Parenting videos and books are available for checkout to parents.
Students are to use care in the treatment of library books and return them to the library on or before the due dates. Students who have overdue or lost books may not check out another book. Students must pay for lost or damaged library books and materials.
Lockers are available for 7th and 8th graders at a cost of $5.00 for the year. Written combinations should be kept in a safe place, such as at home. Combinations will only be given out to the student one additional time at no charge. Additional requests for combinations may be charged a fine of $.50 per request at the discretion of the principal. Students on school athletic teams should purchase a gym locker for $3.00. Locker rooms will be locked from 8:00 - 2:45. Students will not have access to locker rooms during the school day.
LOST AND FOUND
Please put student name on coats, bookbags, lunchboxes, etc. Label coat on tag or inside of sleeve at the wrist. Label other items in easy to see locations.
The gym is designated as the “Lost and Found Room.” Students may check for lost items before 8:00, during P.E. and after 2:15 daily. Parents may sign in at the reception desk to check this room at any time. Items will be donated to a charitable agency on the first day of each month that school is in session since items steadily accumulate in this area.
Make up work for students who miss classes for an excused reason will be allowed. Students should make up work as soon as possible. It should be noted that the responsibility will fall upon the student to ask for make up work and also to make arrangements with the teacher for times, places, etc. Students will not receive a grade for work assigned during an unexcused absence. Teacher discretion may be used in unusual situations. Work must be made up within 10 school days.
Please do not call the office until after the student has missed 3 consecutive days to ask for makeup work unless a doctor has stated the absence will be longer than 3 days. Please call by 9:00 a.m. for afternoon pickup. This work will be available in the office for pickup at 3:00 p.m.
MEDICATIONS AND NURSE
Students are not to have prescription or over-the-counter medications in their possession during the school day or during school sponsored events. Students must take medication only in the presence of the licensed nurse, Medication Assistant or parent/guardian unless authorized to self-administer. A medication patch prescribed by the licensed Medical Provider may be worn during the school day.
Prescription medications will be administered only if a properly completed School Medication Prescription/Parent Authorization Form is completed and signed by the licensed Physician and parent/guardian Exceptions may be granted based on the licensed Medical Provider’s orders in unique situations (e.g., asthma inhaler, epipen, insulin).
Over-the-counter medications will be administered only if the School Medication Physician/Parent Authorization Form is completed and signed by the parent/Guardian. Authorization forms for the over- the-counter medications that are included in the physician-approved formulary need to be signed by the parent/guardian only. If an over-the-counter medication or Medical Provider is not included in the pre-approved formulary, the authorization form must be signed by a licensed Medical Provider and parent/guardian.
Procedure for administering medication to students
1. Where required by Policy and Procedure Governing Student Medication, a properly completed School Medication Prescriber/Parent Authorization Form must be kept on file.
2. Prescription medications must be kept in the original container clearly marked with the student’s name, dosage, name of drug and directions for administration. All over-the-counter medication must be delivered in a sealed manufacturers’ labeled container with the student’s name written on the container.
3. Students are not allowed to transport any type of medication to and from the school. Medication must be transported by the parent/guardian unless other arrangements have been approved by the principal and school nurse, (exceptions: Asthma inhaler, insulin, and other diabetic supplies, and epipen). The Medication Assistant or licensed nurse will record the date and amount of medication received on the backside of the Medication Administration Daily record form. School personnel and parent/guardian will initial the entry in the space provided.
4. All medication must be stored so that each medication is in an individual compartment and locked two times.
5. Students will be allowed to carry (on their person) and /or self-administer emergency treatment medications only when the prescriber and parent/guardian have so indicated and signed on the appropriate medication authorization form.
6. Any change in medication or dosage must be documented on a new medication authorization form, signed by the licensed prescriber and parent. The form can be faxed from the licensed prescriber’s office to expedite the process. The stop date of the original medication order will be documented on the original authorization and daily medication record. The start date of the new medication order will be documented on the newly completed authorization form and daily medication record.
7. If an error in medication administration is made to include omission of a dosage of medication, the Medication Assistant or licensed nurse will do the following:
1. Locate and have the student brought to the office.
2. Complete and sign the Medication Unusual Occurrence Form.
3. Maintain a photocopy of the completed form at the school and forward the original onto the Supervisor of Health Services.
8. Unused portions of medication must be picked up from school by the parent/guardian. At the end of the school year unused portions not picked up will be disposed of by school personnel in the presence of a witness and documented.
9. All medication documentation must be maintained on file for five calendar years, and maintained in the nurse’s office or school office in a secure locked area.
10. The site nurse or delegating nurse must periodically monitor and document the Medication Assistants skills and retain the responsibility for all outcomes concerning the administration of the student medication.
11. Procedure for the application and removal of a medication patch:
· Treat Medication patch as a topical
· Patch requires a medical Provider prescriber form with a time noted for application and removal of the patch
· If the patch should fall off during the school day, the student must bring the patch to the nurse for disposal and hand washing
· Medication Assistant or licensed nurse can apply or remove the patch
· Wear gloves upon application and removal of patch
· Dispose of used patch by flushing down the toilet or dispose of it in a lidded container in the presence of a witness and document
Unscheduled conferences should not be held because they interfere with Instructional time and do not give the teacher time to prepare necessary information. Recommended times for conferencing and phone calls are during teacher planning periods or before and after school.
Parties are allowed at
Christmas and at the end of the year.
They may last no more than one hour.
Parents who object to their child’s participation in parties or
activities related to any holidays should notify the teacher in August. Birthday parties are not allowed at
school. Birthday snacks or treats that are store bought are always
welcome and may be shared at lunch, recess, or snack time. Please contact the teacher in advance about
sending special snacks. State of
Invitations to private parties: Students may distribute personal party invitations at school only if every student in the classroom is invited and may distribute invitations to other classrooms if each child in that class is invited. Otherwise, parents should seek another way to deliver private invitations.
Checks must be
made payable to the order of
7:50 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
Official supervision of all students begins at 7:25 a.m. Do not bring students until 7:25 a.m. All students are to report to lunchroom for breakfast or to gymnasium to wait. Students will be dismissed to homeroom at approximately 7:42. The time until 7:50 will be used as general preparation for the school day such as visiting locker, restroom etc. Class begins at 7:50 a.m.
Tardy Students: Parents must accompany students to office for a tardy slip if they arrive after 7:50.
Check out: Students who check out before 11:15 a.m. and do not return to school are considered absent for the day. Students who check in after 11:15 a.m. are considered absent for the day. These times are automatically coded as absent by the STI Attendance Program required by the State.
Dismissal: Car riders and bus riders are dismissed at 2:45. Walkers will be released/escorted after buses leave campus at 2:50. All students should depart from the campus by 2:55 p.m. each day unless staying for Gurley Community Learning Center Clubs, tutoring, or extended daycare.
Food and drink for class snacks must adhere to Alabama State Code. Fruit, fruit juice, pretzels and healthy snacks are permitted. http://cnp.alsde.edu/NutritionPolicy/AlaHealthySnackStandards.pdf
Students may not enter campus with open drink containers. Glass bottles are not allowed.
Occasionally, parents send flowers, gifts and balloons to be delivered to students. These items will not be delivered to students from the office until 2:15 p.m. in order to protect instructional time. For the safety of the students, flowers in glass containers and balloons will not be permitted on the buses.
STUDENT CHECK IN/CHECK OUT
HALF DAY IS 7:50 – 11:15 AND 11:15 – 2:45.
Absence of more than ½ day counts as a full day absence and requires a doctor or parent note.
A custodial parent must accompany students who arrive at school after 7:50 a.m. Students must go to office and receive a tardy slip in order to be admitted into the classroom.
Students may be checked out only by those listed on their check out sheets. Any changes regarding
permission to check students out must be in writing from the custodial parent. A picture ID will be
required if the person is unknown to office personnel. No phone calls will be accepted, only written
notes. Notes may be faxed to 776-6676 before 12:00 on day of checkout. We suggest calling to
determine if the fax was received. Students should not be checked out after 2:15 p.m.
Early checkout from school interferes with learning. Students are working until 2:40. Please
arrange appointments outside of school hours if at all possible.
Many school activities are offered to students.
Annual/ Yearbook Staff Peer Mediators
Jr. Beta Club Indian Education
Student Council Band
Scholars Bowl FCS
Middle School Athletics Safety Patrol
STUDENT SEXUAL HARASSMENT
Sexual harassment is prohibited by the Madison County Board of Education. A student who believes he/she is a victim of sexual harassment should contact the school principal or another administrator.
your child get the most instruction out of each day while at the same time
establishing positive work habits by getting them to school on time. Being on time to school and class is
mandatory. Excessive tardies/absences must be reported to the
School phones are available for student use. There is no reason for a student to use a cell phone during the school day. Please see CELL PHONE section for policy and consequences.
Students may use the phone in case of emergency or special situations that merit phone usage with permission and supervision of a school employee. Students should bring a phone pass to the office in order to use the phone. Forgotten items do not usually constitute an emergency, however, we attempt to assist students as possible.
We welcome and appreciate all parents and volunteers. However, the safety and education of our children is the number one concern.
· All visitors must report to the office before visiting any location on campus.
· Visitors with a valid reason for visiting our campus will be issued a visitor’s pass, which must be visibly worn.
· Visitors should go only to the locations noted on the sign-in sheet.
· Parents may not walk their children to the classrooms after the first day of school. This is disruptive to the teacher and to the other students. Pre-k and kindergarten parents may escort children to the classroom through August 11th.
o Young children adjust more quickly with positive words from parent and a speedy departure. It is generally easier for the child to leave the parent at the car drop off point than to watch parent walk away from the building.
o “Just one more hug” never seems to work for child, parent, or teacher.
· Lunch with your child is encouraged. We suggest that Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and first grade parents not visit for lunch until after August 15 to allow your child time to become accustomed to school.
· If lunch is the reason for your visit, please do not accompany your child back to classroom.
· No unscheduled visitors will be allowed in classrooms without an administration’s approval in order to protect the learning environment.
· Short-term parking is available in front of the school. Additional parking is available at the rear of the school. Please do not park on the grass, in reserved employee spaces, or block other cars. Do not park in the handicapped place unless your car has a handicapped emblem
VOLUNTEERS AND PARENT INVOLVEMENT
We encourage parent involvement in our total school program. We also need parent volunteers in various areas throughout the year. When you choose to volunteer in some capacity, we do respectfully request that you refrain from wandering halls or visiting classrooms unannounced. Your help as a volunteer is needed and is definitely appreciated. We look forward to working with each of you as you become involved in your child’s education.
It is the parent’s responsibility to stay informed during turbulent weather seasons.
When inclement weather necessitates the closing of schools, please listen to local radio and TV stations for announcements made by the Superintendent of Education. Schools generally receive closing information at the same time as the news media and follow System policy for early dismissal or late opening.
· Please refrain from calling the school regarding early closings, etc.
· School phone lines must remain open in the event of an emergency.
· Buses will take bus riders home when it is safe.
o Make sure you have a plan in case you are not at home for early release.
· If students are to be checked out, parents MUST report to the office and follow procedure.
· Parents are requested not to check students out during emergency WARNING situations.
· Emergency procedures approved by Emergency Management Agency will be implemented.
o Parents/Guardians are welcome to sign in and sit with your students during tornado warnings or to stand with your students during fire or evacuation events.
o Teachers will follow emergency check-out procedures during evacuations to ensure that all students have evacuated and are released to parent or parent designee.
MIDDLE SCHOOL ATHLETICS
Many athletic activities are offered to students. Please see coaches for eligibility requirements.
Middle School Football Coach Tim Porter
Middle School Volleyball Coach Tina Griffin
Middle School Girls Basketball Coach Brian Robinson
Middle School Boys Basketball Coach Brandon Broughton
Middle School Girls Softball
Middle School Boys Baseball Coach Tim Porter
Middle School Cheerleaders Coach Leslie Royer
Admission prices for middle school games are:
Football Adult $4.00
Football Student $2.00
Other sports Adult $3.00
Other sports Student $2.00
2008 Football Schedule
Date Day Team
August 16 Saturday Purple/ White
August 23 Saturday Jamboree
Sept. 2 Tuesday Woodville
Sept. 8 Monday Priceville
Sept. 16 Tuesday Mt. Gap Away 6:00
Sept. 22 Monday Scottsboro Away 5:30
Sept. 30 Tuesday
Oct. 14 Tuesday Skyline Home 6:00
Oct. 21 Tuesday
Parents are encouraged to volunteer and be an active part of their children’s school lives. If you would be interested in volunteering at Madison County Elementary, please tear out this sheet and return it to your child’s teacher. If you are not contacted within a reasonable time period, please notify Mrs. Meador or Mr. Riddle.
______YES!!!!!!! I WOULD LOVE TO VOLUNTEER IN THE FOLLOWING CAPACITY:
_________ First Aide Room
_________ Teacher’s Aide / Classroom Helper
_________ Tutor or Listen to Students Read
_________ Booster Club Volunteer/Member
_________ Accelerated Reader Program
_________ Crisis Management Team
DAYS I AM AVAILABLE: ____________________________________
HOURS I AM AVAILABLE: __________________________________
My child’s name is: _________________________________
My child’s teacher is: _______________________________
NOTICE OF RECEIPT
MCES Student Handbook
Student’s Grade Level: _______________ Student’s Teacher: ___________________
Name of Student: _______________________________________________________
Name of Parent: ________________________________________________________
We hereby acknowledge by our
signatures that we have received and read/ had read to us, the Madison County
Elementary School Student Handbook. We
understand that these policies apply to all students and parents at
Signature of Student: ______________________________________Date:________
Signature of Parent: ________________________________________Date:________
Signature of Parent: ________________________________________Date:_________
A separate statement is to be signed for each student in the household.
Please sign this page and have the student return it to the school. Keep the handbook for future reference.