WELCOME TO CARLYLE GRADE SCHOOL
October Star Students
Thursday, October 23rd - Parent-Teacher Conferences 4-8PM
Friday, October 24th - No School Teacher Institute Day
Monday, October 27th - Red Ribbon Day
Tuesday, October 28th - Wear School Spirit Attire
Wednesday, October 29th - Bring in Cans For Red Ribbon Week
Wednesday, October 29th - Parent-Teacher Conferences 4-7:30PM
Thursday, October 30th - Wear Red For Red Ribbon Week
Friday, October 31th - Halloween Class Party 2-2:45PM
When dropping off your child at school in the morning, PLEASE DO NOT ENTER THE FRONT (EAST) CIRCLE DRIVE. It is reserved for buses ONLY. Do NOT drop off your child behind the cafeteria. This is a limited service road and is to be used ONLY by parents of PRE-K students. On or after 7:45a.m. PLEASE DROP YOUR CHILD OFF AT THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE SCHOOL, ON CLINTON ST heading WEST. From the south side, students can report to the gym, playground or the cafeteria for the breakfast program.
When picking up your child at the end of the school day, please park on the street or north parking lot. Both the East Circle Drive and Clinton St. (south side of the school) between 6th and 7th St. will be CLOSED for SCHOOL BUSES ONLY between 3:05p.m. and 3:20p.m.
Calls after 2:00p.m. requesting a transportation change may NOT be approved or granted unless a real emergency is identified. Your child will be placed on his or her regularly scheduled bus if we do not have a signed and dated note. If there is a change in after-school supervision for your child; have that person (grandparent, babysitter, and neighbor, relative): either pick up your child at the regular scheduled drop-off point or at school by 3:30p.m.
Thank you for your support
& have a GREAT SCHOOL YEAR!
MORNING ARRIVAL: Breakfast begins at 7:45 A.M. Town students, car riders, and walkers should not arrive at school before this time.
TARDIES: In the event a child arrives after 8:00 A.M., they MUST be signed in by a parent.
RECESS: Open-toed shoes or sandals (especially flip-flops), backless, or shoes with narrow or high heels are not conducive for school or playground safety and should not be worn at school.