• Parent Information

    Our School's Policies & Procedures

    School Hours


    • The tardy bell rings at 7:35 a.m.
    • Students may not be dropped off before 7:10 a.m.
    • If your child is tardy, please bring them into the office to sign them in.
    • Students are dismissed at 1:50 p.m.
    • Students may not check-out after 1:20 p.m.

    Dismissal/Drop Off Procedures

    The Helms Road side of the school is the car-rider drop-off & pick-up side of the school. The drop off area is behind the Kindergarten wing- enter through the far western gates and circle through to the exit. The area in front of the main doors and the front of the cafeteria is not a drop-off area.

    Please do not drop students off on the Woodside Road side of the school. This area is reserved for buses only.


    Check In/Check Out Procedures

    After 7:35 a.m. your child is tardy. An adult must accompany them into the office to check them in and get a tardy pass to class.

    Come to the office to check your child out. A photo ID will be required.

    The closing of the school day is a very important time in terms of homework assignments and preparation for the next school day. Early check out during this closing time is disruptive to the entire class. Please try to limit checkouts. 

    Due to safety reasons, students may not be checked out after 1:20 p.m


    Visiting the School

    To ensure the safety of our students, all visitors are required to check in and out in the front office. A driver's license is required so that a visitor pass, which must be worn at all times, may be printed out.

    If you wish to eat lunch with your student, come to the office to sign in. You will meet your child in the cafeteria at their lunchtime. Only visitors listed in the student information system, Focus, will be allowed a badge and to enter our campus. 


    Birthday Celebrations

    Please do not send flowers or balloons. Because we have so many children with birthdays each day, this could become quite cumbersome and distracting. If you wish to share your child's birthday with his/her classmates, please arrange with your child's teacher to bring in a store-bought snack which may be eaten at lunch.



    You may contact the volunteer coordinator (Angela Mott) or the classroom teacher to volunteer. All volunteers must have an Affidavit of Good Moral Character on file in the office. Annual volunteer training is required for all volunteers. When you come to volunteer, please check in at the front office and receive your volunteer name tag. Thank you in advance for your help. Our volunteers are an integral part of our success!

    We also have a very active PTA and School Advisory Council. Each year we strive for 100% PTA membership. If you would like to be involved with the PTA Board or any PTA activities, please contact any board member (see PTA page.)


    We are excited to utilize the Suite360 program to help with our social and emotional learning.

    There are lessons/resources for parents as well!

    Our guidance counselors will be doing a lesson a month with each class. The focus of the month:

    Sept: Conduct

    Oct: Bullying and Prevention

    Nov: Social Relationships

    Dec: Impulse Control

    Jan: Good Habits and Goal Setting

    Feb: Friendship & Kindness

    March: Anger Management / Responsibility

    April: Citizenship

    May: Emotional Health & Wellness

    Lessons are age/grade specific. For the parent activities, it will help give information on how to help your child through these situations. We would like to highly encourage you to login and take a look. We will be following the recommended calendar the program offers. However, guidance will only be doing one topic a month, while the program has 2-3 for each month.



    Parent Access Website Link

    Sign-up by clicking the "Sign Up" button at the top right of the website. The district code is "ESCAMBIA".

    Beulah Elem students may also access the program through their ItsLearning account.


    Welcome to GoGuardian Parent!

    Congrats! Your school has just granted you access to GoGuardian Parent, a mobile app to help keep parents/guardians aware of your children's browsing activity, app usage, and more. GoGuardian Parent is a companion to the classroom management and internet filtering tools that your child's school uses for devices issued to students. Through the use of this app, we hope to encourage more open and honest conversations between parents and children that will result in safer practices and responsible browsing habits.

    What is GoGuardian Parent?

    GoGuardian Parent was created to help provide additional educational support to administrators and teachers by allowing parents to see what sites and documents their children are browsing. The app gives parents a bird's eye view of the apps and websites that their kids are on most often. With this perspective, parents can be made aware of what types of browsing behavior schools are seeing from students so they can all work together to encourage more effective internet browsing habits at home and at school.

    What's the intention of the app?

    By providing insight into student browsing habits, our goal is to empower parents to take a more active role in their children's online learning. We aim to create a greater sense of transparency with student browsing to help bring about a greater sense of accountability on both the parent's and the student's part. We also believe that transparency and insight will increase the likelihood of productive student browsing habits on a more consistent basis.

    What is included in this app:

    • Top 5 summary of student browsing (apps, extensions, documents, and websites visited)

    • Teacher interventions

    • 30-day view of websites, videos, documents, apps, and extensions

    • To access the app, please follow the below instructions:

    1. Complete the GoGuardian Parent Registration online

      1. Registration Link Here

    2. Download the app

      1. iPhone: Visit App Store, search for GoGuardian Parent, and tap the download button.

      2. Android: Visit Google Play Store, search for GoGuardian Parent, and tap the download button.

    3. After the app is successfully downloaded and installed, open it up and enter the email address registered with the school. Note: If you forgot your registered email address, please reach out to your school administrator.

    4. Login/Check Email: Check your email on your phone for a link to log in to the app. Tap the "Verify your email", and it will take you straight to the app. Note: If you don't have access to your email through the device you used to log in, tap on "Login with verification code", and copy and paste the verification code from the email into the app.

    If you have any questions, you can reach us at GGParentInfo@ecsdfl.us