IMPORTANT - Student Material Pick Up
Dear Spring Brook Parent/Guardian,
As we near the end of the school year, we want to provide families with an opportunity to retrieve any belongings a student might have at school. Teachers are in the process of bagging and labeling student materials for parent/guardian curbside pick up next week. On the day that your child’s teacher is at the school bagging student materials, a lesson will be posted for Remote Learning and they will be unavailable for typical remote learning communication. Individual teachers will let you know the day that they will not be available. Thank you for your understanding.
On May 21st, you must drive to Spring Brook to pick up your child(ren)’s materials. In the case of rain, the make-up day will be May 22.
The schedule for pick up is as follows:
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Parents will need to drive to the school to maintain social distancing.
In the interest of safety for you and for our staff, we ask that you follow these procedures when you arrive for your scheduled pick up time:
Please review the attached map for traffic flow
Create a sign (8 ½ x 11 paper size) with your child(ren)’s first and last name in BOLD/ BIG print.
Place the sign on the dashboard, visible to staff.
Drivers should turn on their hazard flashers while they are in line.
Be prepared to return library books, textbooks and/or broken Chromebooks. Place them in a plastic bag with your child’s name on the bag and put the bag in your car’s trunk.
Enter the carline,
Once your car reaches the designated spot, please open the trunk and/or side door. DO NOT GET OUT OF YOUR VEHICLE. A staff member will place your child’s items in your trunk and collect the items in your trunk that you are returning. Make sure your child’s name is on the bag for the items you are returning.
Staff will not be going into the building to retrieve other items.
If you have medication or medical devices to pick-up from the school nurse, please drive your car to the nurse’s pickup station which is in the parking lot. A staff member will bring items to you and place them in your trunk. You must show your driver's license to receive your child's medication. Medication will only be given to a parent or legal guardian unless written documentation is received from the parent or legal guardian designating a secondary person of legal age.