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Campus Procedures

Arriving at School

            The school day officially begins at 7:45 a.m. and ends at 2:45 p.m.  Students will be permitted to enter the main building between 7:20 a.m. and 7:35 a.m. to take care of office business.  Students will be permitted to enter the remainder of the building at 7:35.

Closed Campus

            Upon arrival at school you are not permitted to leave the school grounds without permission.  This includes students who arrive by bus, private transportation, walking or riding a bicycle.  When school is dismissed, bus students must remain on campus until their bus arrives.  Students who remain after school for participating in an activity cannot leave campus and return for that activity unless the sponsor or the child’s parent gives permission.

Loitering

You are not to loiter in the buildings after your daily program is finished.  Any student remaining in a building after 2:45 must be under the supervision of a teacher.

Care of Property

School Property: If you disfigure property, break windows, damage lawn shrubbery, or do other damage to school property or equipment, you will be required to pay for the damage repair or replacement of the item.

Private Property: When walking to and from school, you are reminded not to cut across private property in order to save time and walking distance.  Use the sidewalks or traffic lanes provided for pedestrians, and do not trespass on other people’s property.

Bicycles

            You may ride your bicycle to school.  It is to be parked in the bicycle racks upon arrival at school and is not to be used until the end of the school day.  All bicycles should be provided with locks.  The school is not responsible for damage or theft of parts while bicycles are parked at the racks.  Students are not to loiter in the bicycle area or sit on the racks.

Transportation

            Webb City Junior High School makes every effort to provide the safest, most efficient transportation system for students attending our school. Students should be on time to meet the bus. 

Buses: Buses cannot wait beyond their regular schedule for those who are late.  All persons riding a school bus are under the supervision of the driver and are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with instructions given by him.  Such conduct as moving about, scuffling, loud talking, waving arms out of the windows, etc., are threats to the safety of everyone riding the bus.  These students will forfeit their privilege to ride the bus.  Drivers are instructed not to let students off the bus until they get home in the afternoon or get to school in the morning.  Only students, school personnel, and persons on school business should ride the school buses.

            School Activity Transportation: Students participating in school activities are expected to use the transportation provided by the school unless other arrangements are made in advance with the sponsor. Any car conveying students representing the school to and from an event sponsored by the school must be cleared through the office in advance.