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Meadow Pond Elementary School
KLSD Pre-Kindergarten Panel Discussion
If you have a child turning the age of five on or before December 1, 2018, then please plan to join us for the annual Pre-Kindergarten Panel Discussion hosted by KLSD Faculty and Administrators on November 8th, 10-11 am, in the Katonah Elementary School cafeteria. Please RSVP to Debbie Winter, Secretary to the Principal at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-763-7702.
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Katonah - Lewisboro School District
Allergy Message to the Community
Katonah Lewisiboro Schools Nursing Services
As we begin a new school year, your District Nurses would like to remind you that we have students in our district who have allergies to multiple triggers, including but not limited to nuts, tree nuts, peanuts, peanut butter, spices, latex, bees etc. In a spirit of community understanding and support for all of our students we ask that you take a moment to check with your child’s teacher before bringing snacks, holiday foods, and special decorations into school to share with the class.
With a little pre-planning we can all help to make every child’s school experience a healthy and happy one.
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To report an absent student, please call the attendance office at (914) 763-7950. Remember to send a note upon your child's return to school.
Meadow Pond Elementary School
Drop Off and Pick Up Procedures
Dear Meadow Pond Families,
In order to insure the safety of all our students as they travel to and from school, efficient, sustainable bus routes have been established. However, if for some reason you need to drive your child to school, or pick your child up from school, please familiarize yourself with our procedures, drop-off loop, pick-up location and parking areas.
The drop-off and dismissal procedures shared here were developed collaboratively. Please read carefully as we have made some changes based on parent feedback.
If you are dropping off your child for school, proceed up the driveway and make the first right. Stay to the far right and then loop to your left to pull close to the sidewalk of the drop-off loop. Cars must remain in a single file and the child must exit on the passenger side only. Your child should be ready to exit your car when you are in one of the two spaces at the loop. Please do not get out of your car. Once your child has exited onto the sidewalk, please move forward toward the driveway exit so that others can move into the drop-off loop. (If you need to get out of the car to assist your child, please park in the designated parking areas and walk your child to the sidewalk.)
If you are coming to pick up your child at dismissal, drive straight up the driveway into the parking lot. Do not turn right when you first enter as cars are not permitted to drive behind buses. You may park in the spaces on the right side of the lane as you are driving straight in. You can also continue until you reach the far end of the parking lot where you will turn right and then turn left into the parking area adjacent to the gymnasium. Parking is available there, as well as behind the gym, for families picking up their child or children. You may not park in the spaces that are directly behind the buses or in the spaces on the side of the school adjacent to Rte.123.
Adults will be admitted to the building through the gymnasium door beginning at 3:35 p.m. Once there, you will be asked to sign a dismissal pick-up sheet. You may also be asked to show identification. You will then walk through the gym, pair up with your child/children and continue toward the back exit of the gym where you will be greeted by another staff member who will check off your child/children’s names. Then, you will exit the building from the rear gym door and return to your car. Following this process will insure that all our students are safely dismissed. Your cooperation is very much appreciated.
Remember that a written note must be brought into school by the student in order to change from bus to pick-up and vice-versa. The PTA has a handy form letter available for your convenience. Phone calls will not be accepted. In emergency cases, a letter/note must be faxed to the school indicating the change.
If students need to be picked up earlier in the day, they must have a note and must be picked up in the main office before 3:15 p.m. Otherwise, they will remain in school until the regular dismissal. Again, your cooperation is necessary and very much appreciated.
For the safety of all students, families, staff and visitors, we respectfully request that you refrain from speaking on cellphones, even hands free while dropping off or picking up your child/children. Please drive slowly and cautiously while on school grounds.
If you have any questions, please contact the main office.