The use of our agenda/planner is to promote home and school communication, as well as to assist your child in learning organizational skills. Please plan to look at your child’s agenda daily and sign it. This will be an informational tool enabling you to stay aware of what’s happening in your child’s class.
Attendance and Tardiness
Florida State Law requires all students to be in regular attendance. The importance of regular attendance cannot be overemphasized. A child should be in school every day he/she is physically able. Vacations, trips, routine doctor and dentist appointments, should be planned so that students do not miss school. Promptness to class is necessary for the student to take full advantage of available educational opportunities.
All students should be on campus in time to be in class at 8:00 am. Instruction, organization and preparation for the day begin immediately.
The cafeteria serves breakfast and lunch daily. Lunch and breakfast are free for every student.
Change of Address & Emergency Information
It is imperative that your child’s emergency information card is kept up-to-date. Let the office know of any address or phone number changes.
Checking Students Out of School
If you must check your student out during the school day you must come to the main office first to sign your child out. Be prepared to provide appropriate identification.
Students will be released ONLY to those adults listed on the emergency card!
Our school provides a first aid clinic that is operated by a clinic aide and our office staff. Please keep in mind that we do not have a full-time nurse at school. Parents will be contacted by phone when it is necessary for a child to go home.
Medications should be taken at school only when necessary to control chronic conditions as acute illness, where failure to take it could jeopardize the student’s health. When sending medicine to school all prescription medications must be in the original container from the pharmac
Code of Conduct
The link is a copy of the most recent code of conduct. Code of Conduct
The Dundee Elementary Academy uniform is worn as a symbol of school pride and unity. It reduces distractions during the school day and keeps the students focused on academics. In order to retain and enhance the integrity of the dress code, the following expectations have been established:
Dress Code 2018-2019
School begins at 8:00 am and ends at 3:00 pm. If you make a change in the way you usually have your child come home from school, we must have a note from you. This is for your child’s safety.
All parents and visitors must present a photo ID at the main office when coming on the school campus at any time. All visitors are to wear a visitor’s tag while on campus.