Tuesday, June 30, 2015
The main office is the business and attendance center for the school and houses the administrative offices. Financial Affairs, sign-in and sign-out sheets, lost and found, and similar matters are handled in the main office.   
  • Visitors - During school hours, all visitors must make their first stop in the main office. Dunn Middle School students are not allowed to take friends and relatives that are not students at Dunn Middle School to class with them.
  • Visitors - An Administrator must give permission for visitors to move about the campus. Visitors will be given a pass to wear.
  • Parents picking up children must come to the front entrance.
  • Students should not arrive at school before 7:15 a.m. Students wishing to participate in the breakfast program should arrive no later than 7:20 and report directly to the cafeteria. Students that arrive before 7:30 that are not participating in the breakfast should report to the gymnasium.  Students arriving at 7:30 and later should report directly to class. Students that are not in class by 7:35 are tardy .
  • After arrival, all students are expected to stay on campus until the end of the school day or until properly released to a parent or guardian by school officials. Students will not be given permission to leave school before the end of the day unless a parent or guardian accompanies them.
  • Students may not leave school walking at the end of the day without a note from a parent/guardian.
  •  Permission must be obtained from the Administration before any printed material (newspapers, advertisements, etc.) can be distributed to faculty and/or students. Announcements or invitations to parties will not be distributed at school.
  • Student parking facilities are not available at school; therefore, student parking is prohibited at Dunn Middle School.
  • Tardy or for Early Release - All students should report to the office to sign in tardy or for early release. Students can only be released to a parent or guardian.
  • Parents/guardians - Please report to the office to sign students in or out of school. Students will not be permitted to leave with anyone other than a parent or guardian unless by parental consent.
  • Any student who leaves campus before 11:15 a.m. and does not return to complete the school day will be counted as absent for that day. Parents, when possible, please schedule appointments no sooner than 11:30 a.m. and preferably at 2:35 p.m. or later.
  • Change of Address - Please notify the office if current address, home or emergency telephone numbers on file in the office are not correct.
  • If you should get sick at school and you are too sick to remain in school, every effort will be made to contact your parents to come and take you home. In cases of apparent serious illness, students will be taken to the emergency room at Betsy Johnson Hospital.
  • Injury at school - If you are hurt at school, report immediately to the teacher that you have injured at the time of your injury. If it is between classes, report to the most available teacher. Along with the appropriate action that will be taken, an injury report will be completed and placed on file in the office.
  • Parents - Cars are not allowed to park in or pass through the bus parking lot during school hours.
  • Traffic Circle Students (Car Pool) - You are asked to stay on the curbing until the car you will be entering has completely stopped. Parents: When receiving children in the afternoon, please move your vehicle to the end of the service area. This will help to get at least three other vehicles from the main road and it will help us with the safety of our dismissal. Cars parked in the circle at 2:30 should be occupied by a driver, ready to go as soon as children load.
  • Cell phones and other electronic devices (ipods, mp3 players, electronic games) should not be brought to school.
  • Office Telephone and Student Messages - Only in the event of an extreme emergency are students to use the telephones in the offices, and then, only with the permission of an administrator.  Since the main office is the recipient of all incoming phones calls and the number of lines available is limited, NO MESSAGES WILL BE TAKEN FOR ANY STUDENT UNLESS THE CALL IS FROM A PARENT AND IS OF AN EXTREME EMERGENCY NATURE.  All calls of this nature must be channeled through an administrator.   The school cannot be responsible for relaying phone messages to students.  Only in cases of extreme emergencies will messages be delivered.  Questions will be asked of the caller to determine such emergencies.  Students will not be excused from class to use telephones.

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