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Student Handbook 2018-19

 

Dear Students and Parents:

We, the faculty and staff of Daggett Montessori School, want to welcome you to school year 2018-2019! Teachers and other school staff members look forward to working in partnership with you and making this school year a successful one for both you and your child.  We’d like to encourage you to become an active participant at Daggett Montessori. We value your input and understand that the key to continued success is stakeholder feedback. We are eager to embark on another year of exciting and enriching opportunities that we hope will inspire students, strike their imagination, and ignite their passion for learning.

As we do each year, we ask that you take a moment to review the The Daggett Montessori School Student Handbook, which contains information that both students and parents are likely to need during the school year. The handbook is available for download here or you may request a printed copy from our school office. The handbook is divided into two sections:

The first especially for parents, with information all parents will need about assisting their
child and responding to school-related issues. This section also provides valuable information about programs and other related activities.

The second, general information regarding school operations and requirements.

Please make note of helpful and important information regarding the earlier start time and arrival on campus. In addition, Celebration of Life/birthdays, our request for consistent plans on dismissing students at the end of the day, and procedures for addressing reported bullying on campus. Parents and students should also become familiar with the Fort Worth Independent School District’s Student Code of Conduct, required by state law and intended to promote school safety and an atmosphere of learning.  

The Student Handbook is designed to be in harmony with Board policy and the Student Code of Conduct. A copy of the District’s Policy Manual is available in the school library. Please be aware that the handbook is updated yearly, while policy adoption and revision may occur throughout the year. Changes in policy that affect Student Handbook provisions will be made available to students and parents through newsletters and other communications.

Please review the entire handbook with your child and keep it as a reference during this school year. If you or your children have questions about any of the material in this handbook, please contact your child’s teacher, the counselor, assistant principal, or the principal.

We thank you in advance for your cooperation regarding the education and safety of your child.

Sincerely,
Veronica Delgado
Principal