Parent Letter- No Summer GMAS Retest for Grades 3, 5, and 8 - May 2019
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Kilpatrick Elementary School
Arrival and Dismissal Procedures

                                                                                                                             School Day - 7:45 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.

Arrival - Due to the completion of renovations, the following procedures will be implemented beginning Monday, December 10th.
        *Students will be permitted to enter the building at 7:05. Breakfast will be served from 7:05 a.m. to 7:35 a.m.

Two Loading Areas:
Front of Kilpatrick

*School Buses and Nursery Buses will continue to enter through the Tara Stadium *Park Lot to load and unload in the front the building.
Back of Kilpatrick
*Cars will enter and exit Kilpatrick's Main Entrance for drop-off and pick-up in the
    back of the school building

Dismissal - No student Check-Outs are allowed after 1:30 p.m.
2:13 Bell - All Grades K-2 bus riders and all nursery bus riders grades K - 5 will be dismissed

2:14 Bell - Grades 3 - 5 1st Load (Gray & Blue) & Orange bus riders will be dismissed

2:15 Bell - Grades 3 - 5 Bus Riders will be dismissed

2:15 Bell - Grades K - 5 Car Riders will be dismissed to the back of the building. Car riders should be picked up by 2:30 p.m.

2:18 Bell - Walkers grades K - 5 will be dismissed and escorted to the crossing guard. Students can not be pulled from the line during transition. They can be picked up at crossing guard.
*K - 5 walkers will be dismissed through the front hallway door (near Kindergarten Pod)

2:20 Bell - All 2nd load bus riders (Gray & Blue) will be released. All Campus Kids students  will report to the cafeteria.


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Missing school can lead to a student not being successful and not being prepared for the next grade level, but more importantly, it represents lost time in the classroom and a lost opportunity to learn. (

  • A child is considered chronically absent if they miss two or more days a month. That includes unexcused and excused absences.
  • Attendance matters as early as kindergarten. Studies show that children who miss too many days in kindergarten and first grade have trouble mastering reading.
  • By grade 6, chronic absence is a proven warning sign that a student is at risk of dropping out.
  • By grade 9, good attendance can predict graduations rates even better than eighth-grade test scores.
  • Attendance also affects a school’s budget. When students miss class, their campus’ average daily attendance rate drops, which can reduce the funding it receives to support its programs.

We understand that students may become ill and we encourage students to stay home if they are not well.  Otherwise, we want to see
Every Student, Every Day!




Congratulations to Our 2018-19
Teacher of the Year

Dr. Rosemarie Bryan

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