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1 Oak Creek Elementary School 1256 Westwood Drive Lewis Center, Ohio (740) Fax # (740) Principal Assistant Principal- Guidance Julie Lather Jennifer Clifford Mandy Hall School Hours - Office Hours - Building opens at 8:35 a.m. Tardy - 8:50 a.m. Dismissal 3:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Transportation (740) Absences 1. The parent must call the school at (740) if his/her child will be absent. (We have a voic system so you may call before or after school hours.) Please leave the child s name, the teacher s name and the reason for the absence. Upon returning to school after the absence, students must give his/her teacher a note from the parent stating the reason for the absence. Dismissal Procedure All teachers must be notified of any changes to your child s normal dismissal routine. **We will follow the child s normal routine without a note from the parent. Recess Temperature Children should be properly clothed for daily outside play. Children are sent outside for recess when: 1. the temperature is 20 (twenty) degrees or above 2. or the wind chill is 15 (fifteen) degrees or above. Olentangy Web Site: OCES PTO Web Site: Oak Creek Online: Click on Olentangy Listserves on right or left. Click on Oak Creek Online and input information.

2 Bus Passes & Student Conduct Bus Passes Parent/School A written request is required from a parent/guardian in order for their son or daughter to ride a different bus or get off at a different stop. The request must include the child s name, the address where he/she will be traveling, and the child s name with whom he/she will be riding. The request must be turned into the classroom teacher in the morning. The principal or designee will issue the pass for the current day only. (No permanent bus passes.) If a student does not submit a bus pass to the driver before boarding, he/she must ride their assigned bus and get off at their assigned stop. Students will only be dropped off at Board-approved bus stops. Bus Driver No student is permitted to ride a bus other than their own without a Bus Pass an electronically generated pass issued by the building principal or secretary. Do not accept a hand written note from any student to ride the bus that does live on your route. Advise the student to get on their regular bus. If the student rides your bus normally, but wants to get off at a different stop, they must have the appropriate bus pass. Non-Public Student Bus Pass Non-Public students that wish to be dropped at a different stop or have a friend ride along needs to have their parent/guardian submit a note to the school. The school principal/designee will sign the note and the student will, in turn, submit it to the driver. Additionally, a parent may call our transportation office during the day requesting their child be dropped at a different stop for the afternoon. Please make sure to always check your mailbox for a bus pass that may have been issued. If a student gets on the bus without an authorized Non-Public bus pass and you did not realize the student was on your bus, notify Base 3 as soon as possible. You will be given instructions on how to handle the situation. Bus Rules and Regulations It is our privilege and pleasure to furnish eligible* students with the safest transportation possible as they travel between home and school and on school-related trips. In order to protect all students riding Olentangy school buses, safety precautions are a must! Your help is needed because safety is everyone's responsibility! Notice: The use of video surveillance equipment may be used in the investigation of violations of the Code of Conduct. Students may receive discipline as a result of what is recorded. All students are to understand that the bus driver is in charge of the bus at all times. Any student who repeatedly violates the safety precautions and/or bus rules may be denied the privilege of riding the bus and is subject to other disciplinary action to be determined by the principal. To that end, the following conduct rules are called to your attention: 1. Students must arrive at the bus stop five minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive. The bus will not wait (Ohio Law ). 1

3 2. Students must wait quietly in a location clear of traffic and at least ten feet away from where the bus will stop (Ohio Law ). This location is a Designated Place of Safety determined by the driver (Ohio Law ). 3. Student behavior at bus stops must not threaten life, limb or property of any individual (Ohio Law ). 4. Students must go directly to an available or assigned seat (Ohio Law ). 5. Students must remain seated, keeping aisles and exits clear (Ohio Law ). 6. Students must observe classroom conduct. All school rules apply on the bus. Obey the driver promptly and respectfully (Ohio Law ). 7. Students must be courteous and respectful to fellow students and to the bus driver (District policy). 8. Students must not engage in loud talking or laughing, excessive horseplay or fighting (District policy). 9. Unnecessary confusion diverts the driver's attention and might result in a serious accident (District policy). 10. Students must not use profane or abusive language (Ohio Law ). 11. Students must refrain from chewing gum, eating and drinking on the bus except as required for medical reasons (Ohio Law ). 12. Students must not use tobacco or related products on the bus (Ohio Law ). 13. Students must not have alcohol or drugs in their possession on the bus except for prescription medication required for student (Ohio Law ). 14. Students must not throw or pass objects on, from or into the bus (Ohio Law ). 15. Students may carry on the bus only objects that can be held in their laps. No living creatures are permitted (Ohio Law ). 16. Students must treat bus equipment as one would treat valuable furniture in his/her home. Vandalism will not be tolerated. Keep the bus clean and sanitary (District policy). 17. Students must not extend any part of their bodies out of the bus windows (Ohio Law ). 18. Students are to remain absolutely quiet at railroad crossings until the bus has completely crossed and the driver says it is okay to talk (Ohio Law ). 19. Students must leave or board the bus at locations to which they have been assigned unless they have written parental and administrative authorization to do otherwise (Ohio Law ). *Eligible students are defined in the Transportation Eligibility Policy (Board Policy File: 6072). The following document or a similar document is distributed to students at elementary schools each year. 2

4 Olentangy Local Schools Department of Transportation How to Be a Safe Bus Rider Everyone that rides or is near a school bus plays an important role in bus safety. It s important for all students to understand the expected conduct while on or near a bus and the consequences for violating the rules. Please take some time to review and talk with your child about safety and conduct when on or near a bus. In addition, feel free to contact the Transportation Department with any questions at (740) Bus Conduct Rules Students are expected to obey safety rules when on or near a bus and understand that the driver is in charge of the bus at all times. Any student who repeatedly violates the safety precautions and/or conduct rules may be denied the privilege of riding the bus and is subject to other disciplinary action to be determined by the principal and/or transportation supervisor. 1. Students are to be at the bus stop five minutes before the scheduled bus arrival time and wait quietly for the bus to arrive. 2. Students are to go directly to their assigned seat and remain seated facing forward until the bus arrives at the destination. NO STANDING OR CHANGING OF SEATS IS PERMITTED. 3. Students must be completely silent while the bus crosses railroad tracks. 4. No vandalism, eating, drinking or smoking is permitted. (This includes candy, gum and canned drinks.) 5. Students should never put any part of their body out the window of a bus. 6. Throwing of objects inside or outside the bus is not permitted. 7. No fighting or bad language is permitted. 8. A bus pass is required from any student who must ride a different bus or exit at a stop other than their regular stop. 9. School rules apply on the school bus. 10. Students must follow directions the first time the driver asks. Safe Bus Rider Rules A safe school bus rider is one who behaves and obeys all school bus safety rules. Leaving for School 1. Get up early enough to be on time. 2. Dress properly for the day. 3. Be at the bus stop five minutes ahead of time. 4. Wait on the sidewalk or back off the road in your designated place of safety. 3

5 5. At the bus stop, do not run or play ball. 6. Do not play in or near the road. 7. Do not allow a younger child or pet to follow you to the bus stop. 8. Never walk or play near the street or at the bus stop to prevent sliding or falling under a car or bus. 9. When the bus approaches, get in line back from the road. 10. Wait until the bus stops and the door is open before stepping near the bus. 11. Use the handrail. 12. Take a seat quickly. On the Bus 1. Always sit, do not move around. 2. Always face the front of the bus and do not turn around. 3. Talk only just above a whisper. 4. Do not throw things on the bus. 5. Do not fight or fool around. 6. Never put any part of your body outside the bus window. 7. Do not eat, drink or chew gum on the bus. 8. At railroad tracks, there must be absolute silence. 9. Do not bring anything live on the bus for any reason, (e.g., guinea pigs, mice, bugs, etc.) These items should be transported to and from school by parents. 10. Do not bring oversized items on the bus that you are not able to hold in your lap. Arriving at Destination 1. Do not get up until the bus is stopped. 2. Use the handrail. 3. Move immediately away from the bus. 4. If you drop something near the bus or on the road or sidewalk, do not pick it up. Ask an adult to get it. (A book bag is recommended for young children.) 5. If you have to cross the road: a. Go in front of the bus ten giant steps so you can see the driver s face/hand. b. Wait for the driver s signal before you go across in front of the bus. c. Proceed to the left side of the bus, stop and look both ways for cars. If it is clear proceed to your place of safety and wait for the bus to leave the area. d. Do not expect other drivers to stop. 6. If you do not have to cross the road, remain in your designated place of safety until the bus leaves the area. 7. Always remember, if you can touch the side of the bus, you are too close. 4

6 STUDENT S CODE OF CONDUCT Level I Misbehaviors - Minor Infractions: Level I behaviors are those that disrupt the driver s concentration or behavior that may cause harm to the student or others. Some other Level I infractions include: Loud talking (at any time) or talking at railroad crossings Moving around the bus or out of the seat Pushing/touching/disrupting others Repeated tardiness to the bus Disrespect to other students or the driver Harassment of other students Not following the reasonable request of the driver Use of profanity Possession of a match or lighter Eating or drinking (food or gum) on the bus Tampering with emergency equipment or doors Littering or throwing objects from the bus Any other infraction of the building s student behavior code Level II Major Infractions: Level II behaviors are those that are severe in nature or that directly or indirectly endanger the student or other students, the driver, or the public. Minimum of five repeated Level I offenses (Minor) Infractions The threat of violence to the driver or other school employees The use of profanity directed to the bus driver Igniting a match or lighter Possession of an incendiary device (smoke bomb, fire cracker, cherry bomb, sparkler, etc.) Fighting/assault Possession of a weapon Vandalism or arson Theft Driver s Responsibility Prior to the Electronic Conduct Report (ECR): First Offense - Driver will confer with the student regarding violation of the bus rules. Second Offense The driver will change the student s seating assignment for a period of 3-5 days when possible. The driver should contact the parents as well. Doing so is a proven, effective way of managing student behavior. Third Offense Driver will create an Electronic Conduct Report of the incident(s). Notification of this report is automatically submitted to the Route Monitor and the Compound Supervisor and the building principal. 5

7 Note: For any student behavior listed in Level II Infractions (i.e., spitting, hitting or verbal abuse), the driver is to create an Electronic Conduct Report, regardless if previous action has been taken, and contact parent within 24 hours. School Administrator s Responsibility: Following the receipt of the ECR, it is the administrator s responsibility to inform the parent and the Route Monitor of the disciplinary action taken. The driver is then notified by the Route Monitor of that action. Recommended Consequences for Level 1 & 2 Bus Rules Infractions: Elementary School Level I Level II First Electronic Conduct Report (ECR) Principal action Principal action Second ECR Principal action 3 days off bus Third ECR 3 days off bus 5 days off bus Fourth ECR 5 days off bus 10 days off bus Fifth ECR 10 days off bus Expelled Sixth ECR Expelled Middle School Level I Level II First ECR Principal Action 3 days off bus Second ECR 3 days off bus 5 days off bus Third ECR 5 days off bus 10 days off bus Fourth ECR 10 days off bus Expelled High School Level I Level II First ECR Principal Action 3 days off bus Second ECR 3 days off bus 5 days off bus Third ECR 5 days off bus 10 days off bus Fourth ECR 10 days off bus Expelled 6

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9 DRESS CODE The Olentangy Local School District is committed to providing a safe, friendly learning environment for its students. Attire is not only a reflection of the individual student, but also of the general learning environment. Therefore, students have the responsibility to wear clothing that projects a positive attitude of pride in self, school and the community. Students are required to wear appropriate, comfortable and safe clothing that is neat, clean and in good taste. No article of clothing shall be worn that distracts from the educational process. Olentangy Local Schools views the Dress Code as a serious issue and expects parents to promote the observance of this policy. Building administrators have the final decision as to the appropriateness of all clothing and attire. Following are guidelines for students: 1) Vulgar, illegal (including alcohol, drugs, tobacco) and/or sexually oriented statements or suggestions on clothing are not permitted. Any dress or statement that may cause a hostile, intimidating, degrading, offensive, harassing or discriminatory environment is prohibited. 2) Hats (or other head coverings) and sunglasses will not be permitted to be worn inside the school building unless approved by a principal, a physician and/or the school nurse. 3) Chains and/or studded accessories are prohibited and may be confiscated until the end of the school year. Accessories that increase a student s risk for accidents are not permitted. 4) Shorts and skirts will be no shorter than the middle of the thigh. 5) Shirts and tops will be no lower than one inch below the collarbone, must have sleeves and must be long enough to be tucked in. 6) See-through clothing and clothing that has excessive rips, tears or holes are not permitted. All undergarments are to be covered. 7) Oversized clothing, which compromises the safety of students, is not permitted. 8) Appropriate and safe shoes or sandals will be worn at all times. 9) Coats are to be worn to and from school only and must be placed in student lockers if available. Students should be prepared for variations in temperature by having a sweatshirt and/or sweater. 10) Elementary students are not permitted to carry book bags, backpacks, and/or other large bags during the school day. These bags are to be stored in the student s locker or an appropriate designated area. Some school programs, such as industrial arts, laboratory activities, physical education and interscholastic athletics may require special hair care, clothing, footwear or restrictions on jewelry to ensure the health and safety of all students. Failure to comply with the Dress Code guidelines is considered to be an insubordinate act and will be treated as such. Following are the procedures for violations of the high school Dress Code: 1) First Offense: The student will be sent to the main office. Student will change clothes or will be sent home to change his/her clothes. Inappropriate accessories will be confiscated. If the student is sent home, this absence will be treated as an unexcused absence. Any class work missed during an unexcused absence may be made up for full credit. Student may be placed in ISD until appropriate clothing can be obtained. 2) Second Offense: Same as 1st offense. In addition, the student may be assigned to detention. Parents will be contacted. 3) Third Offense: Same as 1st and 2nd offense. In addition, the student may be assigned to Saturday/Wednesday School. 4) Further Offenses: The student may be suspended from school.

10 Use of Elementary School Student Information Online The Olentangy Local School District believes it is important to share accurate and timely information about the district with stakeholders. In addition, many online tools provide educational opportunities for student learning. As such, from time to time the district may share student information with the public in a Webbased environment such as, but not limited to, the district s Web site, YouTube or Facebook. The district s Web Guidelines allow for the following student information to be used online at the elementary school level: Student s first name only; Student work (such as, but not limited to, artwork, podcasts, blogs, writing samples, videos, etc.); and, Student photographs, but names may not directly accompany any student photograph. If you do not want your student s information used in a Web based environment, simply submit a written request to the Communications Department. Requests should be directed to Olentangy Local School District, Attn: Communications Department, 814 Shanahan Road, Suite 100, Lewis Center, Ohio 43035, (740)

11 Oak Creek Elementary Arrival and Dismissal Policy Please read this policy, complete the back page, and return with your child or one of your children at Open House on August 10, 2015, or on the first day of school to your child s teacher (one per family). Thanks, in advance! It is important that you have knowledge of the procedures for all of the arrival and dismissal options even if it is not what your child will be doing the majority of the time. Please take the time to read the procedures carefully. We ask for your cooperation and patience in advance as we become as efficient with these procedures as possible. Arrival (8:35-8:50 a.m.) We are encouraging students to walk or ride in groups in order to maximize safety. We are also encouraging families to consider car pools in order to increase the safety and efficiency of the arrival process by limiting traffic. Prior to 8:35 a.m., we have no one assigned to supervisory duty and cannot be held responsible for your child. Students are not allowed to play on the playground prior to the start of morning classes. Please plan accordingly. Front Door Walker and Bike/Scooter Rider Students who walk or ride a bike/scooter will arrive at the front door of the school between 8:35-8:50 a.m. They will enter the front entrance and wait in the lobby supervised by an Oak Creek staff member. They will proceed to their classroom once the bell rings. Royal Oak Drive Walker and Bike/Scooter Rider Students who walk or ride a bike/scooter will arrive at the front door of the school between 8:35-8:50 a.m They will enter the front entrance and wait in the lobby supervised by an Oak Creek staff member. They will proceed to their classroom once the bell rings. Oak Creek Drive Walker and Bike/Scooter Rider Students who walk or ride a bike/scooter will arrive at the back door of the school between 8:35-8:50 a.m. They will enter the back door by the playground and wait in the hallway supervised by an Oak Creek staff member. They will proceed to their classroom once the bell rings. Y-Club (YMCA) Program Students will report to the YMCA Latchkey Program in the café as they arrive. They will be dismissed by YMCA staff and proceed to their classroom when the bell rings. Childcare Vehicle and Bus (only if eligible per the district s transportation policy) Childcare vehicles and buses will drive in the main driveway and proceed to the loop by the front entrance and park along the sidewalk. Students in childcare vehicles and buses will be directed by Oak Creek staff to enter the building when the bell rings.

12 Dismissal (3:30 p.m.) (Staff Information) We are encouraging students to walk or ride in groups in order to maximize safety. We are also encouraging families to consider car pools in order to increase the safety and efficiency of the dismissal process by limiting traffic. If a student needs to be picked up prior to the normal pick-up time, parents must come into the building to sign out their student. Please use designated parking lot spaces in the front of the building when coming to pick up your child prior to dismissal. Parking is not permitted in the loop in front of the entrance. 3:25 (no announcement) 5 th grade teachers will dismiss safety patrol students to their posts. At the beginning of the year based on fourth grade teachers and Laurel s recommendations, fifth grade students will be chosen to help in the first few weeks before Safety Patrol is established. Front Door/Royal Oak/Oak Creek Walkers and Bike/Scooter Riders 3:34 Walkers will be dismissed. All walkers will report to the door they are to leave from. A teacher will meet students and walk them to the edges of Oak Creek property. YMCA Latchkey Program 3:30 Students will report to the YMCA Latchkey Program as they are dismissed and picked up by parents from the YMCA staff in the café. Bus (only if eligible per the district s transportation policy) 3:30 Buses will drive in the main driveway and proceed to the loop by the front entrance and park along the front sidewalk. Bus riders will exit the front door and go directly to their bus. The buses will be dismissed when all students have boarded. Childcare Vehicles 3:30 Childcare vehicle riders will be dismissed. Daycare will report to the gymnasium, and they will exit out the fifth grade hallway door. A fifth grade student will watch out the window in Pulfer/Suter s classroom to view the arrival of daycare vehicles. The arrival will be communicated to the gymnasium via radio. Parent Pick-up (Library) 3:32 Parent pick-up will be in the library. Students will report to the library. Parents will park in the west side parking lot and come in the side doors. A teacher will check driver s licenses and direct parents to enter the library through the far library doors (doors closest to the playground). In the library, parents will find the sign out sheet matching their section of the alphabet and sign out their student(s). They will need to sign out each child separately. Parents and children will then leave through the doors closest to the west side parking lot. *** It will be very important for parents and teachers to keep the office informed of dismissal changes throughout the day to ensure that the sign out sheets are as accurate as possible.

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