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    School Information

    Breakfast in the Classroom
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     Due to massive funding gaps in state money and food waste we will not host free breakfast in the classroom. Students may pay for breakfast in the cafeteria between 8:15-8:30a. Free and reduced status will apply to breakfast (see costs below.)
     
    The school day begins at 8:30 am.   We work to begin instruction out of the gate to get the most out of the day.

    Staff supervision of students begins at 8:15 a.m. and ends at 3:45 p.m.   Students are not supervised before 8:15 a.m.

    Drop off and pick up can be very hectic.  A lot of cars cram into a small space. There is no magic fix.  If everyone works together, we can keep our kids safe and clear out quickly.

    Crosswalk: Northeast staff members provide cross-walk supervision after school.   Please ensure your child’s safety on the way to school.

    Visitors/Security: The front doors now require all visitors to be buzzed into the school during school hours.  All visitors must sign-in at the office before entering the school.  

    Early Release – all Wednesdays are Early Release Wednesdays.   Students are dismissed at 2:15 pm.

     Paper Fee: There is a $10.00 paper fee for all students.  The fee may be waived by bringing your free/reduced lunch letter to the office.  All fees follow students throughout their 27J career.
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