Core Knowledge Magnet School
2018-2019 Student/Parent Handbook
After School Care Policies and Procedures
Back to School
Breakfast and Lunch Menu
Parent Portal (grades, fees and meal payments)
3rd Grade Retention Policy
Faculty and Staff
Traducciones ~ Translations ~ 번역
Center for Knowledge
Faculty, Staff and Administration at the Center for Knowledge are expected to:
Provide a quality education.
Provide a safe and orderly learning environment.
Be concerned about the individual needs of every child.
Treat every child with respect.
Expect every child to be respectful.
Be supportive, visible, and available.
Students at the Center for Knowledge are expected to:
Obey school rules, classroom rules and regulations.
Be on time each day ready to do his/her best.
Practice self-control at all times.
Show respect for authority at all times.
Respect school property at all times.
Use good manners.
Strive to do their best by completing assignments, projects and homework on time.
Make school and learning their first priority.
Always practice proper hygiene.
Be in proper uniform everyday.
Bring and maintain proper materials.
Listen and participate in class.
Show pride in their school.
Parents of students at the Center for Knowledge are expected to:
Parental involvement and support is necessary to provide students with the support that allows them to reach their full potential.
Be supportive of high academic standards set for students attending the Center for Knowledge.
Support the expectations of conduct at the Center for Knowledge and Richland Two.
Be available for conferences when they are requested by their child's teacher.
Take an active role in their child's education by staying involved in their child's daily learning.
Have their child in the classroom on time.
Support the Center for Knowledge by volunteering their efforts for extra activities when possible.
Pick their child up at dismissal at 2:50 unless after-school care has been arranged with the office by submitting a registration form.
Respect the teacher's professional opinion.
Communicate their concerns with teachers and the school administrator.
Send their child to school appropriately dressed.
Volunteer to serve.