Alvarez Elementary. Parent Orientation Night 2013-2014. Francisca Alvarez Elementary. PURPOSE The purpose of Francisca Alvarez Elementary is to build a strong educational foundation that will empower students to exceed all expectations. VISION
Parent Orientation Night
The purpose of Francisca Alvarez Elementary is to build a strong educational foundation
that will empower students to exceed all expectations.
Francisca Alvarez Elementary is a diverse community which promotes educational
excellence in a safe environment to empower social, moral, self-motivated, and goal
oriented individuals who will be academically and physically prepared to become
productive citizens and life long learners.
between 7:30 and 7:50 a.m.
In order to comply with the Compulsory Attendance Laws and MISD
Board Policy FEA (Legal), your child should not be dismissed from
school early except observance of a holy day or a documented
appointment with a health care professional. Each parent must
complete a written request for early release of a student. Be advised
that we will document early release requests and report unexcused
absences to the MISD Attendance Office. Anyone who does not comply
with the attendance laws may be subject to legal prosecution
under §25.093 of the Texas Ed. Code.
No Cell Phones
Socorro Espinoza, Principal
Leticia Sanchez, Assistant Principal
Alvarez Elementary School
Purpose: The McAllen School District has determined that appropriate dress and grooming positively impacts the learning environment. The following dress and grooming provisions are established to instill discipline, prevent disruption, avoid safety hazards, and maintain a safe, secure, and stable school climate.
Students shall be dressed and groomed in a manner that is clean and neat
and that will not be a health or safety hazard to themselves or others. The
District prohibits any clothing or grooming that, in the principal’s judgment may
reasonably be expected to cause disruption of or interference with normal
school operations. All students must conform to the dress code requirements
stated in board policy. FNCA (Local)
Not too short!
Appropriate footwear must be worn.
NO Flip Flops or Sandals without straps on back of heels! No skates on shoes! (Safety First!)
* Headwear such as bandanas, caps, hats headbands shall not be worn unless approved by the principal.
* Hoods on shirts/jackets are not to be worn on the head inside the building.
Any clothing that causes distractions is prohibited. This includes tank-tops, tube-tops, muscle shirts, halter-tops, spaghetti straps, exposed backs ormidriffs (stomach shows).
See-through garments without a shell or shirt worn under the garments are prohibited.
Students must wear sufficient undergarments.
(*Prohibited- means not allowed at school)
Do not dress like this for school!
(not too big/baggy
or not too tight)
No torn jeans!
Too big & baggy
* All shirts and undershirts must be tucked in at all times!
(e.g. alcoholic beverages, sex, tobacco, drugs, gangs, etc.) are prohibited.
11.Boys may wear mustaches and facial hair as long as they are neatly groomed.
12. Hair must be clean and neatly combed and styled in such a manner that it is not distracting.
13. No gang-related attire will be permitted. This will be designated by individual campuses.
**Also no long coats extending below mid-thigh, such as trench coats, shall not be permitted.
Students who violate dress and grooming standards established may be removed or excluded from activities for a period determined by the principal and may be subject to other disciplinary action, as specified in the Student Code of Conduct.
(Consequences that may be issued: Verbal Warning, Call to Parents, Loss of Privilege, Conduct Note, Disciplinary Referral to Office, Detention, ISS, Suspension, etc.)
part of our presentation.
Teachers will now discuss grading policies and other important classroom information.
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