Table of Contents

Section A: Organizational Information

Letter from the Principal

Important Dates, Schedule

Calendar 

Introductions-Staff & Trustees 

Section B:  General Information & Policies

Accident Insurance.

Accident Prevention & Safety

Asbestos Management Plan.

Assemblies.

Assessment.

Attendance Policy 

Bicycles, Skateboards, Roller Blades/Skates 

Calling System 

Closed Campus 

Communicable Diseases/Conditions 

Computer Resources & Responsibility 

Conflict Resolution 

Crossing Guards

Dances / Open Gym

Drills: Fire, Earthquake, Lock-Down, Evacuatio

Drug & Alcohol Policy

Electronic Devices 

Emergency on Campus 

Emergency Medical Treatment and Information 

Enrollment Policy 

Eligibility to start school 

Immunizations 

Mid-year Transfer Student Placement 

Registration Requirements 

Out Of District Enrollment Policy 

Equal Education And Nondiscrimination 

Exploratory and/or Elective Classes 

Field Trips 

Fine Arts 

Flag Duty 

Guidance  / Counseling Services.

Health & Wellness Screenings.

Homework.

Honor Roll.

Insurance.

Internet Acceptable Use Policy.

Kindergarten/Pre-first.

Library.

Lock Down Procedures.

Locks and Lockers

Lost and Found.

Medications to be Given at School.

Nutrition Programs 

Office 

Open House (Sept 23rd,  6:00 p.m.) 

Parent Involvement, & Communication 

Title I Parent Involvement 

Parent Teacher Committee (PTC) 

Parent/Teacher Conferences 

Parking, Pick up and Drop off of students 

Personal Property 

Pets / Animals on Campus 

Physical Fitness & Health

Pictures / Portraits 

Playground / Latchkey

Pledge of Allegiance

Progress Reports (Grades) 

Recycling 

Retention / Repeating a grade 

Science Fair 

Sexual Harassment

Snow Days (School Closures) 

Special Education Program 

Sports

Student Council 

Student Records 

Study Skills 

Telephone Use 

Textbooks 

Title I Program (Schoolwide) 

Transportation 

Use of School Facilities 

Vehicles on Campus 

Visitors-Adult** 

Visitors - Children 

Volunteering 

Weather Watchers 

Web page 

Weekly newsletter 

Wolverine Club 

Section C:  Expectations for Student Behavior

Introduction

Montana Behavior Initiative 

Universal Expectations 

Guidelines for Success 

Descriptions of Inappropriate Behavior 

Corporal Punishment 

Dress Code 

Location Specific:(Hall, Lunch, Playground)

Montana Law in regard to student behavior 

Parent Support 

Public Displays of Affection 

Search & Seizure 

Sexual Harassment (Title IX) 

Technology Use 

Voice Levels 

Weapons on Campus 

Where School Behavior Expectations/Consequences 

Consequence Levels

Detention (DET) 

In School Suspension (ISS) 

Out of School Suspension (OSS) 

Expulsion (EXP)