• Visitors

    Visitors to Dozier Elementary are asked to check in at the front office with a valid form of ID.

  • Arrival Procedures

    To expedite the arrival process, we have three drop-off locations.

     

    Drive A - Students in grades 2-5

    Lane 1 - This lane is located closest to the sidewalk. Students are to be dropped off in this lane. For safety purposes, we ask that all students exit on the passenger side of the vehicle. This will prevent students from having to exit the vehicle into oncoming traffic.

     

    Lane 2 - This lane is open for vehicles driving through the driveway. For safety reasons, students are not allowed to exit the vehicle in this lane during arrival.   Door 4 will be open for students this year.

     

    Drive B - Youngest Child in Kindergarten/1st Grade and Older Siblings

     Lane 1 - This lane is located closest to the sidewalk. Students are to be dropped off in this lane. For safety purposes, we ask that all students exit on the passenger side of the vehicle. This will prevent students from having to exit in passing traffic.

     

    Lane 2 - This lane is open for vehicles driving through the driveway. For safety reasons, students are not allowed to exit the vehicle in this lane during arrival.

     

    Drive C - Bus & Day Care and K-5 after 7:15AM

    Lane 1 - This lane is located closest to the sidewalk. Students are to be dropped off in this lane after 7:15AM. For safety purposes, we ask that all students exit on the passenger side of the vehicle. This will prevent students from having to exit the vehicle into passing traffic.

     
    Lane 2 - This lane is open for vehicles driving through the driveway. For safety reason students are not allowed to exit the vehicle in this lane during arrival.

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    Dismissal Procedures

    To expedite the dismissal process, we have three pick-up locations.

     All students will be provided 2 car tags for dismissal. These car tags are required to pick a student up in the car line. If you need extra car tags, please email your child's teacher.

     

    Drive A -

    • 2nd, 3rd, 4th 5th Grade
    • 2 Lanes for Dismissal

    Drive B –

    • Kinder, 1st Grade, & Older Siblings
    • 1 Lane for Dismissal

    Drive C –

    • Bus Riders
    • Day Care Riders

     

     2nd-5th Dismissal Map

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     K - 1st Dismissal Map

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  • Home - School Compact

    Parents and schools can help elementary students start a lifetime of successful learning by becoming partners. Together, we can help children achieve success!

  • Student Responsibilities

    As a student, I will be responsible for...

    1. Attending school regularly
    2. Coming to class on time and being prepared to work
    3. Actively participating in all aspects of my education
    4. Respecting the rights of others to learn without distraction or disruption
    5. Completing all assignments to the best of my ability, and
    6. Spending time at home daily reading, studying, and doing homework
  • Parent Responsibilities

    As a parent, I will be responsible for...

    1. Seeing that my child attends school regularly and on time
    2. Providing a home environment that encourages my child to learn
    3. Actively participating in parent meetings and parent education programs
    4. Working closely with the classroom teachers to help my child be successful in the classroom
    5. Providing a regular time for working with my child on school-related activities, and
    6. Helping my child meet his or her responsibilities
  • Teacher Responsibilities

    As a teacher, I will be responsible for...

    1. Coming to class prepared to teach
    2. Helping each student reach his/her full potential
    3. Providing an environment conducive to learning
    4. Providing a safe and supportive learning environment
    5. Allowing students to be successful through the use of a variety of instructional experiences
    6. Maintaining communication with an ongoing basis through student progress reports, classroom/school newsletters and parent meetings, and
    7. Providing data that demonstrates student progress and mastery to student and parents.