School hours are Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:10 am and 1:25 pm.
Students needing breakfast MUST arrive and be in the cafeteria no later than 7:10 am.
CHECKING OUT STUDENTS
Anyone checking our your student/students MUST have a picture ID and must be listed on your list of authorized persons. For the safety of all of our students no one is allowed to be checked out after 12:50 pm.
Bus Information Finder
Once the school year starts, you can use the Bus Stop Locator Tool to type in your address and view bus number, pick-up and drop-off times, etc.
- Drop-off is no earlier than 6:50 am and car riders are required to stay in the car until a staff member is outside to supervise drop-off.
- Students are tardy at 7:10 am. If you are here after 7:10 am you are required to bring your student/students in to the front office and sign them in tardy.
- When picking up students in the afternoon, all cars must have a car rider sign in the car.
- Walking through traffic and up to the car rider area is dangerous, therefore parents/guardians MUST stay in the car until your student/students are escorted to your car.
Change of Transportation
All changes in transportation MUST be submitted in writing to the main office for approval prior to the change.
Has Your Address and/or Phone Number Changed?
Escambia County Public Schools arranges transportation and other services by referring to the address on file at your child's school. Please help us maintain accurate and timely service for your child, and ensure that we are able to contact you in the event of an emergency, by keeping your address and phone number current at your child's school.
MBF Child Safety Matters
Our school has partnered with the Monique Burr Foundation to implement their comprehensive, research-based prevention program called MBF Child Safety Matters. Students receive two fun, engaging, and developmentally appropriate classroom lessons that educate and empower them to prevent, recognize, and respond appropriately to bullying, cyberbullying, all types of child abuse, digital abuse, and other digital dangers. A trained facilitator will be implementing the program across grade levels. Parents will receive information and materials as students participate in the lessons.
To learn more about the program or about child safety, visit the MBF Child Safety Matters website or download the mobile app, "Child Safety Matters," available at no cost from the App Store or Google Play.
Use the Parent Portal to Update Information
You can update your information in FOCUS yourself or come up to the school and we will be happy to help you. This information determines who can check out students, what address is used for bus pick-up and drop-off, numbers called in case of an emergency, etc.
Parent Observation Guidelines Agreement Form
All parents must complete the Observation Agreement form and have it approved by the principal prior to visiting the classroom. The forms are available in the main office.