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Homework

Daily homework assignments are one of the best means of school-to-home communication and parents should insist on seeing classroom work every day. Homework time varies from subject to subject and averages approximately one to one-and-a-half hours per night minimum. The Slauson faculty believes that homework enhances student achievement, allows parents to participate in their student's education, and establishes lifelong patterns of learning at home. If your child says that it was completed at school, please ask to see the work for your approval. Completed homework assignments are a means of success in school and future careers.

General School Information

Attendance

Attendance is a significant factor in school success. If a student is going to be absent, the parent must contact the school office at 815-7300 by 8 a.m. If the school does not receive a call, then staff will call the home to verify the absence. When returning to school after an absence, students must bring a written excuse, signed by the parent, to the first period teacher.

If a student needs to leave school during the day for a doctor's appointment, etc., please send a note in the morning. Then come to the office to call for the student. All students must be signed out in the office. We will not release a pupil to anyone except the parent or person(s) listed on the emergency card.

 

Dress Code

The following items are not permitted for school attire:

  1. Clothing that indicates an affiliation with a gang or intimidating group
  2. Caps, hats, bandannas, hairnets or visors
  3. Oversized pants that fall below the waist
  4. Baggy shorts with knee socks
  5. Belts with lettering or longer than waist appropriate
  6. Halter tops, tank tops, bare midriffs, see-through or fish net clothing
  7. Clothing that does not conceal undergarments at all times
  8. Skirts or shorts shorter than mid-thigh
  9. Clothing that suggests obscene pictures, wording, and/or drugs, alcohol, smoking, sex or violence
  10. Frayed or unfinished hems
  11. Thongs, thong-like sandals, steel-toed shoes or sandals without a back strap

 

Lunch & Breakfast

A menu is sent home monthly with students.  The cost of lunch is $2.50.  Students who wish to only purchase milk may do so for $.30.  Please remember to fill out a new lunch application if you think your child would qualify for free or reduced lunch.  The cost for reduced lunch is $.25.The cost for breakfast is $1.25.  If your child receives free or reduced lunch, this would also apply to breakfast. Applications may be picked up in the office.

Coffee with the Principal New day--Thursday 

Together Everyone Achieves More

2018-2019 Meeting Schedule 

September 6 8:30 a.m
October 4 8:30 a.m
November 1 8:30 a.m
December 6 8:30 a.m
January 17 8:30 a.m
February 7 8:30 a.m
March 7 8:30 a.m
April 11 8:30 a.m
May 9 8:30 a.m