• 8:20am – doors open to students
• 8:45am – teachers pick up students in the gym and escort them to classes
• 8:50am – instructional day begins (tardy after this time)
• 3:15pm – parent pick-ups/first busses dismissed
• 3:35pm – all remaining busses are called to board or wait in the gym
*1 and 2-hour delay schedules are in our Handbook
If your student must be absent, call (740) 928-1915 as early as possible on the day of the absence and provide a note on the day the student returns. If no call or note is received, the absence will be considered unexcused. Acceptable reasons for excused absences are provided in our Handbook.
Students check in at the office anytime they enter school after 8:50am. Habitual tardiness (5 or more times in a grading period) may result in a 60-minute detention.
Parents must sign a student out in the office if they are leaving school early.
Parents may drop children off starting at 8:20. Pull into the south entry past the Intermediate Facility. The drop off zone is the sidewalk bordering the south parking lot. Exit the drive closest to the softball field. The driveway/parking area in front of the building is for busses only from 8:15 – 8:45am each day. If you need to enter the building at this time, park on the south end of the building and enter through the front entrance of the building.
Parent pick-ups dismiss at 3:15pm. Please park in the lot on the south end of the building. Walk to the south sidewalk to escort your student(s) to the car so the bus exit route is not blocked. If your student is not on our daily pick-up list or will be picked up early, please send a note to the homeroom teacher. When you arrive, sign your student out in the office (3rd grade on the hill, 4th & 5th in the main building).
When visiting the school, come to the main entrance and press the button to the right of the door. This will allow the secretary to connect with you and buzz you in. Then, report to the main office to sign in and obtain a visitor’s pass.
For full details on our policies and procedures, review the Jackson Intermediate Handbook.