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Burlington Christian

Church School


Table of Contents

Section Header Page Number

1- Statement of Faith 3
2- Our Vision 3
3- Our Mission 3
4- Our Motto 3
5- Philosophy 3
6- Student outcomes 3
7- Education plan 4
8- School Accountability 5
9- Advisory Board 5
10- Admissions and Enrollment 6
11- Discipline 7-8
12- Attendance 9
13- School Hours 10
14- Dress Code 10
15- Office Policy and Procedures 11
16- Lunch 12
17- Parent/School Relations 12-13
18- Student Conduct 13
19- Program of Instruction 14-15
20- Health and Safety 15-16
21- Tuition Policy 16

Board Members

Royce and Jeanie Walters

Loran and Charlie Loran

Greg and Deena Ziegler

Jon and Kylee Martin

Jorja Balsz


Kylee Martin


Mary Jo Phipps

1- BCC - Christian School; Statement of Faith

We believe the Bible to be the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative, inerrant Word of
God (2 Timothy 3:16, 2 Peter 1:21).
We believe there is one God, eternally existent in three personsFather, Son, and Holy
Spirit (Genesis 1:1, Matthew 28:19, John 10:30).
We believe in the deity of Christ (John 10:33), His virgin birth (Isaiah 7:14, Matthew
1:23, Luke 1:35), His sinless life (Hebrews 4:15, 7:26), His miracles (John 2:11), His
vicarious and atoning death (1 Corinthians 15:3, Ephesians 1:7, Hebrews 2:9), His
Resurrection. (John 11:25, 1 Corinthians 15:4), His Ascension to the right hand of God
(Mark 16:19), His personal return in power and glory (Acts 1:11, Revelation 19:11).
We believe in the regeneration by the Holy Spirit for salvation because of the sinfulness of
man and that men are justified by faith in the shed blood of Christ and that only by Gods
grace and through faith alone are we saved (John 3:1619, 5:24; Romans 3:23, 5:89;
Ephesians 2:810; Titus 3:5).
We believe in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost: they that are saved unto the
resurrection of life, and they that are lost unto the resurrection of condemnation (John
We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ (Romans 8:9, 1
Corinthians 12:1213, Galatians 3:2628).
We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by whose indwelling the Christian is
enabled to live a godly life (Romans 8:1314; 1 Corinthians 3:16, 6:1920; Ephesians
4:30, 5:18).

2- School vision statement. The BCC School believes that all students are valuable and deserve
a challenge, to be top performers and community leaders.

3- School mission statement. To create a Christ-centered learning atmosphereconducive to

academic excellence, social growth, and spiritual developmentthat will encourage and prepare
students to live successful, productive lives for Christ.

4- Our Motto To Know God and Make Him Known

5- School philosophy statement. Because we believe that every child can learn, we are
committed to excellence in education. We will provide an education that will pave the way to a
future of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in adherence with the biblical mandates found in
Deuteronomy 6:5-9 and Romans 15:4.

6- Student outcomes. All students will acquire the basic skills necessary to be socially and
economically competent. Indicators are as follows:

Students will be able to read, comprehend, and assimilate written materials.

Students will acquire necessary computational skills with and without the use of
Students will make the arithmetical calculations essential to daily living and to future

7- Education Plan

Learning goals. Goals to ensure that each student makes adequate academic progress each year.
The goal should be for each student to reach proficiency in a given subject area. Proficiency or
mastery will not just happen; a high level of intentionality and planning is required.

Assessment instruments. In order to facilitate learning goals, it is vitally important to assess

each student to determine the students academic level, and this assessment should, inform the
instructional process. The assessment instrument should serve as a diagnostic tool to identify
deficiencies and skill gaps in order for the student to make the desired academic progress. A
committee selected by the board will interview student and family.

Curriculum. (1) Identify curricular materials and academic programs that serve students. (2)
Identify programs and resources for equipping Christian educators to enhance their teaching ability
highly educate children. (3) Identify resources designed to assist underperforming and low-
achieving students in making academic progress.

Instructional methods. Instructional methodology includes the techniques that teachers will use
to present course content. We will adopt a school-wide methodology for all classes in certain
subjects. In addition, teachers will use various methodologies for individual students, as well as
individual grade instruction. It is very important to remember, however, that children have
different learning styles and learning rates. Teachers also have different teaching styles. The
deciding factor should be what each student needs most.

Program for undereducated students. For the student who is behind academically, the
educational plan will include the goal and the timetable for getting the student to grade level. For
example, if the assessment reveals that the student is performing one year below grade level, a
determination about the length it will take to get the student to grade level. If the goal is for the
student to reach grade level within one year, then the student will have to make two years of
progress for one year of instruction. If the goal is for the student to catch up in two years, then the
student must make a year and a half of progress for each year of instruction. If a student is two
years below grade level and the goal is to have the student at grade level in two years, then the
student will have to make two years of progress for each year of instruction. In other words, the
school will have to determine for each student the desired and anticipated academic progress per
year of instruction. This can also be broken down by quarter or by semester. Such progress will not
just happen. There has to be a high level of intentionality; planning, executing and evaluating.

Program for special-needs students. The school program for special needs students will include
two main components: methods used to identify students with special needs and measures used to
meet the needs of those students. Common examples of special needs are dyslexia, attention
deficit disorder, and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. If our school cannot meet the special
needs of a particular child, we will be honest with the parents so that they can find a school that
can. We want to ensure that we can meet students academic and physical needs. If you have a
student, whom you believe may have an educational disability, check with your local school district
for the proper procedures for having the child professionally diagnosed. We will do what we can to
accommodate each students needs.

8- School Accountability

Student assessment. One of the most critical exercises for educating children is assessing their
academic state. Student assessment should identify educational skill gaps and inform the teaching
process. Assessing students formally and informally, individually and by class. The strategic
planning documents will include the plans for formal and informal assessment methods and the

School evaluation and improvement. The schools strategic plan will include school evaluation
documents. The school is in place to meet the educational needs of children, and so it is necessary
to evaluate its success in that endeavor. Some typical areas of evaluation include the following:

Statements of vision, mission, philosophy, and goals

Students with special needs

Curriculum and instruction

Personnel and financial management

Governance structure and function

Communication and public relations

Accountability instruments. Accountability instruments consist of documentation in various areas of

school operations used in compliance with the expectations of various publics. Accountability
documents may fall into several categories depending on the expectations of the school community
and the accountability agent. (See forms section).

9- Advisory Board

Serve as the visionaries for BCC School and the chief facilitators and communicators of the
vision statement.
Establish and further the mission of BCC School, ensuring that all operations and activities
are consistent with and contribute to the goals and objectives designed to facilitate its
Members responsibilities see Board Handbook

Public relations

a. Serve as the co-official spokesperson for BCC School

b. Assist in the Promotion of BCC School to the public and to its primary stakeholders
(parents, students, investors).

Budget development and supervision

a. Assist in developing an annual operating and capital budget for BCC School

b. Oversee the implementation of the budget

10- Admissions and Enrollment

General: BCC School does not discriminate basis of race, color, gender, national and ethnic origin,
or religion for purposes of admission.

A. Procedure
Parent(s) or guardian visits school.
Parent(s) or guardian and student read the handbook thoroughly.
Application submitted accompanied by registration and application fees.

a. Parent or legal guardian must enroll a student.

b. Student must be living with at least one parent or legal guardian.

School committee will call for an interview with parents and at our discretion with student.
Schedule student to take the Academic Assessment Test.
Attend Parent Orientation.
Parents sign all permission forms
Immunizations are the responsibility of the parents. School must have current records
and physical signed by a physician.

B. Acceptance

At the completion of the enrollment process, parents will receive notice of the outcome. Students
may be on a waiting list, depending on space availability. School committee reserves the right to
enroll a student on trial basis. For all grades, a students position on the waiting list depends on the
date of application and priority status.

C. Specific Rules

1. BCC School has no control over student activity that is not school-sponsored; misconduct during
a non-school-sponsored activity may come to the attention of the school authorities and may result
in administration of discipline, including suspension or expulsion.

2. Malicious or careless defacing, damaging, or destroying of school property will result in both
appropriate disciplinary action and the replacement of such property by the student and/or his or
her parents or legal guardian as determined by school board.

3. Conduct and attitude shall be respectful. Disruptions in class, unruly behavior, or repeated
violations of prescribed school policy will result in disciplinary action. See Discipline Section

4. Respect for authority is required. Each student will show respect for any staff member at all
times, in and out of school. Any student who is disrespectful to a staff member(s) will be subject to
disciplinary action, which may include suspension or expulsion.

11- Discipline

For the most part, teachers will handle their own discipline situations according to their own
methods and abilities as well as school policies. Disciplinary methods can include, but are not
limited to, having the student miss recess, write an essay or journaling, or stay after school.

When a student is unable to function within the schools discipline guidelines, the teacher
documents the incident and discipline.

A. Level I

A student who interferes with the learning process and the atmosphere of the classroom maybe
placed on Level 1 and, if necessary, be sent immediately to the board member. Next, a conference
will take place between the student, his/her parents and the teacher involved. Then a plan is
implement to help the student correct his/her behavior. The teacher may take disciplinary action

1. Missing recess, field trip, or special activity for a specific period.

2. Doing extra homework (must meet teachers standards).

3. Copying or writing out sentences or passages from a textbook, or other materials, and will be
determined by teacher. (2 Timothy 3:16)

4. Doing other activities according to the teachers discretion as to what will bring about the
needed reconciliation.

In any event, the teacher will contact the parents when the misbehaviors are excessive or the
teacher deems a parent conference necessary.

BCC School is committed to never using work as punishment, since it is our conviction that work is
good. It is essential for students to develop wholesome work ethics and habits. Therefore, our
intention is to use work to help our students develop the self-discipline necessary to live
productively and effectively.

B. Level II

If the Level I plan has not been successful in changing the students behavior, the teacher may call
for a parent/student/board member conference. The parent, teacher, and board member will work
as a team to help the student meet the required standards of behavior. Other staff members
involved with the student may attend the conference.

Teacher/parents/student and board member will develop information about the plan of action,
including time constraints.

C. Level III

If objectives for the student are not meet in the first two levels:

The board member will contact the parent and student, review the students actions, and decide on
one of several options, including punishment (done by parent), disciplinary probation, or

1. Disciplinary Probation One or more referrals that are disciplinary and the student will be on
disciplinary probation by the administration. The parent, teacher, and board member including time
constraints and restriction will develop a plan of action. Any violation of this plan will incur further
disciplinary action up to and including Level IV disciplinary action.

11- Discipline C. Level III continued

2. Suspension A suspension from school will result in a parent contact and/or conference; a special
counseling program, restriction from all school-sponsored activities, and a deduction of two
percentage points or the equivalent from each final grade for each day of suspension during the
current ten-week quarter. Students are responsible for work during suspension.

D. Level IV

Student behavior that is consistently inappropriate and unacceptable during any activity on or off
campus will incur a request for withdrawal or expulsion for one semester or more.

E. Dismissal

Dismissal refers to disciplinary action taken by the administration to remove a student from the
school. Dismissal is a last resort and the administration uses it only as a last step for students who
do not adhere to the rules of the school.

The dismissal of a student is totally the prerogative of the school administration and does not
require the student or his parents to agree that the action. The notice of dismissal will not be
without the reason for dismissal.

In summary, the administration reserves the right to deal with all actions not covered by
these policies and procedures.

F. Readmission or continued enrollment

Any student expelled from school are not eligible to apply for readmission.

The school reserves the right to deny admission, readmission, or continued enrollment to
any student whose actions demonstrate that it is not in the schools best interest to allow
admission, readmission, or continued enrollment.

Student Pranks

Student pranks that disrupt any aspect of the school program or cause any property damages will
subject the student to serious disciplinary action. The student will also be responsible for any
financial liability resulting from the prank. BCC School reserves the right to deny admission or
continued enrollment to any student whose actions demonstrate that it is not in the schools best
interest to allow admission or continued enrollment.

12- Attendance

ATTENDANCE We believe that regular attendance in classes is essential to the success of a

students school experience. One can never really make up or compensate for absence from class.
Work done to make up what a student missed during absence is primarily an effort to bridge a gap
in classroom experience. When it is necessary for your child to miss school, please call the school
office (346-7140) by 8:00 am on the day of the absence to excuse your child. If we do not receive a call
one will be place to the parent, therefore, it is important that we have current personal and work
numbers. Tardiness without valid reason is not acceptable. All students must participate in
funding events.

There 8 days allotted for absences (any time away from school) if a student is absent
more than 8 days they will need to make up days at the end of school year.

**Communication is key! If you know your student will be absent, please notify the teacher. The
student will be responsible for work missed.

Procedure for Reentering School after an Absence (Excused or Unexcused)

After an absence, a signed note given to the teacher from the parent is required. The board
member(s) have the final authority to excuse an absence.

Make-Up of Missed Work

a. It will be necessary for missed work, including tests, to be made-up before or after school.
Sometimes a student with approval for an absence wishes to take a test or turn in
homework before the absence. This matter is at the discretion of the teacher. If a test is
already available, it is advantageous to both the student and the teacher for the student to
take the test early rather than late.

b. It is the students responsibility to schedule a time for make-up work. All work missed
must be made up within the same number of days the student was absent.

Signing Students Out of School

Signing Students out of school under the following conditions:

a. If the reason is illness, the student must:

(1) Have a fever as determined by the school nurse or teacher.
(2) Be obviously ill, as determined by the best judgment of the teacher.
b. Establish phone contact between the school and parent or legal guardian, and have a
member of the staff verify permission for the student to leave campus. Students must
wait in the area designated by the school for a parent or legal guardian to arrive.
Students may not leave campus during the school day without telephone contact with, or
personal appearance of, the parents or legal guardian. We will not accept notes from home
requesting dismissal of a student unless parent(s) or legal guardian has called. Students
may leave only with their parent(s) or legal guardian, or someone on file. In extreme case,
the administrator can make an exception.

All Students Must Sign In (Students in grades K6 signed in by a parent or an authorized

person) (Middle/High school students can sign themselves in)

13 - School Hours

* Children may not arrive any earlier than 7:40 a.m.

1. School hours are from 7:50 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday through Thursday. Students are to arrive
at school with ample time to organize their books and supplies, and be at their seat in class by
7:50 A.M.

2. Students are to be in school EVERY DAY with the necessary books, materials, and supplies;
except in case of serious illness.

4. Lunch break will be from 12:00-1:00. Students will need to bring a sack lunch two days a week.
The teacher will determine this at the beginning of the school year.

14 - Dress Code

It is the desire of BCC SCHOOL that our students live and conduct themselves in a manner that will
be pleasing to God and will glorify the name of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Standards for appearance
are a means of building character and distinction in the lives of our students. The dress code of
BCC SCHOOL is one of the first, and most tangible, rules of the school to which an entering student
must respond. It not only affects the clothes budget, and the planning and shopping for a
wardrobe, but every school day this rule visibly affects our students. Since human beings are
created in Gods image (Genesis 1:26-27) we need to see ourselves as He sees us. Our outward
appearance is a reflection of the way we view ourselves and how we think God sees us. We want
our students to understand that they are valuable because God created them. (Heartland Christian
School) It is vital that each student wholeheartedly support the dress standards.

When a teacher or the board member observes a student to be in violation of the dress code, the
parents are contacted and if necessary, the student will make any needed alterations. If it is
impossible for the student to go home to change, he/she maybe held out of class for the remainder
of the day. The students grade for each class will reflect their absence.

If a student has violated the dress code, more than six (6) times, the student will be to withdrawn
from school.

School Uniform

Girls and boys

Jeans are acceptable as long as they Do Not have holes or are otherwise unsightly.
(Too tight etc.)
Collared shirts T-shirts are acceptable provided they have no pictures, slogans or
logos. If skin is showing, students will need to tuck in their shirts.
Shorts are appropriate in warm weather months- but must extend to at least mid-
Modest dress will always be the rule; fingertip length on shorts/skirts/dresses, tank
tops 3 finger wide no saggy pants or low cut tops (one hand below the collarbone) etc.
No coats or jackets worn in the classroom
Leggings must have be worn with shirts that cover mid-thigh or with dresses.

15 - Office Policy and Procedures

1. Student Records:

The school maintains a permanent cumulative file on all BCC school students. Records of health,
physical report, grades, standardized test scores, reports on parent conferences, and reports on
disciplinary action make up most of the content.

2. Release of Records:

a. BCC School will release student grades, standardized test scores, and medical
information on the written request of another school system when such request
contains both the signature of an authorized school official and the signature of at
least one (1) parent or legal guardian on a form from the receiving school.
b. Records and transcripts are not available if a students tuition and/or fees account is
not paid in full at the end of a school year, or if an account is delinquent during the
school year.

3. School Phone

Students may use the office telephone with permission of a staff member, when it is needed and
available. (Calls to students during school hours are to be limited to emergency messages.
Students may not make calls or receive calls in the classroom. Classroom phones are for official
use only.) Cell phones are to remain off and in a students backpack during school hours. If the
students use their phone it will be taken away and given to the parent at the end of the day.

4. Lost and Found

Clothing, books, and personal articles that are left at the end of the day will be kept in a will be in a
central depository. Students and their parents or guardians may check and reclaim articles during
times designated. The school assumes no responsibility for articles left lying about the building or
improperly stored.

Staff in the school office can advise students and parents about the location of found items.

5. Textbooks and Supplies (Book Fee/Rental)

a. Each student purchases the required softbound textbooks and supplementary books. It
must be emphasized that only to the consumable (softbound) books need to be purchased.
The hardbound books are the property of BCC School and proper care for, including the use
of appropriate protective covering. Deliberate mutilation, defacing, or loss of any of these
hardbound books will result in the parents or legal guardian being assessed the full
replacement cost.

b. Supplies such as pencils and pens, markers and erasers are the responsibility of the

16 - Lunch

Students are to bring their own lunch to school two days a week. (The days will be determined at
the beginning of the school year.) They are free to bring their own drinks in thermos containers.
Please no sugar laden energy drinks or sodas. Students will have kitchen privileges as long as they
clean the kitchen afterwards.

NOTE TO PARENTS: Please be sure to give your children a lunch before they leave for school.
Getting a lunch to them at school interrupts the class so please leave it in the school refrigerator or
in the kitchen. We welcome and encourage those parents/guardians who would like to eat lunch at
school with their children. These guidelines will help insure smooth operation of our daily schedule.
We appreciate your cooperation.

Open Campus 12-1 for High School students only.

17 - Parent/School Relations

1. Schedule appointments to discuss your students progress with the teacher.

Parents or guardians are encouraged to see any member of the teaching staff and or school board
member with a question or concern about their childs progress after school.

2. Parent/Teacher Conferences

Conferences dates are on the calendar following the end of the quarter. Parents have opportunity
to request a conference throughout the year.

3. School Communications

The school is committed to effective communication. If a parent needs further information

concerning school activities, please call the school office. Notices of special events and activities will
go home with students, during the school year and posted above the sign-in sheet. Parents please
read the notices sent home because important news concerning school closings, holidays, time
changes, etc., may be involved. *Reminder App (Smartphones) a communication tool for
upcoming events for the school year.

4. Parents at Board Meetings

Parents who wish to attend board meetings are welcome. If a parent wants to address the board,
the parent makes a request to a board member and the parent will added to the agenda. Board
meetings are open to the public. Anyone desiring to address the board needs to notify a board
member prior to the meeting to ensure space on the agenda.

5. Complaint or Problem Procedures

Occasionally during the course of the year, misunderstandings or problems will arise between the
teacher and a student, teacher and parent, parent and school, or one of several other possible
areas. Such a misunderstanding often results from lack of communication between those involved.

17 - Parent/School Relations continued

At all times, students must conduct themselves in a respectable manner. Griping/whining is not
acceptable! If a student comes home complaining about a discipline policy, parents should follow
this procedure:

a. Give BCC School the benefit of the doubt.

b. Realize that your childs reporting is emotional, and may not contain all the relevant
c. Realize that we have reasons for all rules, and that we enforce them without favor.
d. Support the administration and call us for all the facts.

The administration has adopted a set policy for these situations, complaints and, or problems will
be handled in the way prescribed. (Matthew 18:1517)

(1) All questions, problems, or complaints brought directly to the teacher first, before
anyone else is involved.
(2) If the issue is not resolved at this level, the executive director of BCC School will
(3) If unable to resolve with the above, a meeting between parent and executive board
will take place.

18 Student Conduct

a. It is imperative older students set Christ-like examples for younger students.

They are to act in an orderly manner, maintain standards in courtesy,
kindness, language, morality, and honesty. Younger students are to refrain
from aggravating older students. Both must agree to respect each other.
b. Students cell phones are off and left in their backpacks during school hours.
c. The following conduct will not be tolerated at school or school-related
i. Deliberate damage to school property. Students will pay for damages
to school property.
ii. Foul or profane language
iii. Disrespect for the authority of teachers
iv. Indecent/ impure behavior
v. Calling students nicknames that are not approved by students
vi. Jokes which may be insulting
vii. Fighting and/or deliberate tripping, pushing, or shoving
viii. Arguing or criticizing church differences
ix. Bringing matches, guns or knives to school.
d. Address of teachers
i. Students address all teachers, using Mr. Mrs. or Miss and last name
unless instructed otherwise.

19 - Program of Instruction

1. Homework assigned to practice a skill the student has.

a. Teachers have their own particular format in homework. Spelling, grammar, and proper
penmanship must meet the required standards. Homework done poorly or carelessly will
not be okay, it will go back to the student and the student will redo the work.
b. Teachers expect all students to turn in assignments completed and on time. No teacher
will allow an assignment required of all students to remain undone by a single student. If
an assignment is not done, the following procedure may be used:
(1) Student sent from class will make up the assignment during class time, receiving a
failing grade for that class period.
(2) Failure to complete an assignment on time will result in a penalty of points taken
off the grade.
(3) Chronic failure to complete homework by a student will require a conference
between teacher, the parent or legal guardian and the board member.
(4) Report poorly done or late assignments to parents.
(5) Students is required to carry assignment verification forms each day to class, that
initialed by the teacher and then verified by the parent(s) or guardian.

2. Report Cards and Grading Procedures

a. See the school calendar for the end of the quarter grading periods. Parents must attend
all report card conferences. If the parent is unable to attend at the designated time, he or
she must call the school to arrange an alternative time.

b. After carefully evaluating a students classroom learning, attitudes, and effort his/her
grades will go on a report card. Please discuss each report with your child carefully.
Remember, however, that grades should be guides to learning rather than goals for learning.
Often, far too much emphasis is on grades. Parents, remember that grades are merely
indications of present achievement and not indications of ones overall ability to learn.

c. Letter grades determined by the following criteria:

A Excellent 94-100
B Good 86-93
C Average 77-85
D Poor 70-76
F Failure 70 and Below

d. In addition to the standard grades, a student can receive marks indicating effort and
Students will receive a grade for each academic area based on the above grading scale as
well as an overall grade

e. Any student who has failed to make up daily work or tests by the end of the grading
period will receive an Incomplete (I) on the report card. Any student who does not
make up work because of negligence is an F (70) or his own failing grade average for
the grading period.

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3. Extracurricular Activities

A vital part of school life is its extracurricular activity program. In todays world, the opportunity
that the school provides for social activities outside the normal school day plays an important role
in the growth and development of the students. BCC School is concerned not only with the
intellectual dimension of our students, but also with growth and development spiritually, socially,
and physically.

a. Classroom field trips will be in relation to classroom learning. They are not simply a break
from school. Rather, field trips enhance the educational and social development of the
(1) School time: Most field trips will occur during the school day.
(2) After-school hours: On some special occasions, a field trip may be after school or on a
Saturday. Parents are encouraged to help chaperone field trips.
b. Special Programs and Assemblies will happen from time to time; speakers, films or programs
of significant spiritual, academic, or cultural value. Parents are encouraged to attend these
c. Teachers with input from students plan weekly chapel topics. Parents and guardians are
invited and encouraged to attend chapel. Daily; praise, prayer & devotion time.
d. Library - Students have the opportunity to make use of the library for both research and
reading for pleasure. The library inventory control requires much time and effort. Parents
and guardians help the school by reminding students to care and return books on time. If a
student has library books out his/her grades will not be available.
e. Puppets and Skits

20 - Health and Safety

In accordance with state laws (of your state), each student must have up-to-date physical records
and required immunizations. These are the responsibility of the parent(s). The school is required
to keep a copy of physicals and immunization records.

A. Infectious Diseases

In the event, an enrolled student or applicant in the process of enrollment has an infectious disease
or to be a carrier thereof, the following will apply:

1. Each case shall be on an individual basis. The decision about admitting or continuing to
enroll an infected student will be a reflection of the behavior, neurologic development, and
physical condition of the student.

The expected types of interaction with others in the school environment and the probability of
contagion will also addressed.

2. The parents or guardians of an infected student are responsible for securing regular
medical evaluations, as determined by the school administrator, to permit a reliable
assessment of any change in the students condition that might affect the schools decision
permitting enrollment or continued attendance.

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B. Administration of Medicine

The teacher or staff must administer all medication. The student shall deliver the medication,
labeled with his or her name, to the office along with a signed note from the doctor, with directions
of administrating the medicine.

C. Parents Emergency Phone Numbers Required

We request that at least one emergency phone number be on file in the school office. In addition to
the home phone numbers, the school requires a work phone number, cell phone number or the
number of a close friend, neighbor, or relative who is available in the event of a serious problem.

D. Medical Release Form Required

The school must have a medical release form for each student. This form allows physicians to
perform emergency treatment in the event that it is impossible to reach a parent or legal guardian.
Few hospitals or doctors will treat a patient under the age of eighteen (18) without parental
consent and in a serious emergency a medical release could save a life! A school official will only
use this form when a parent or guardian is unavailable. We will make every effort to follow parents
or guardians instructions.

E. Doctor and Dental Appointments

Medical or dental appointments should be outside of regular school hours. If this is not possible,
parents or guardians should notify, in advance, teachers. Generally, appointments during school
hours will be excused absences.

21 Tuition Policy

A. Tuition is payable in 10 monthly payments, due the first of each month starting Aug. 1.

B. Enrollment starts after the first payment.

C. 30-days past due notice to patron reminding of payment payment within 30 days for
continued enrollment.

D. Unless an exception has been granted by executive board, when 60 days past due date comes,
it shall be the responsibility of treasurer to convey to patron child enrollment has been terminated
effective the next day. Child cannot enroll for next year.

E. Students may enroll for the next year once their previous tuition account is clear

F. No refunds for early withdrawal.

*In the effort to keep tuition low students and their families are required to help with fund raising