Due to a significant increase in last-minute schedule changes that negatively impact the safety and security of our students at dismissal time, we have implemented a new dismissal policy as of Monday, October 1, 2018.
Any and all dismissal changes, different from a student’s regular every-day plan, must be submitted in writing by 12:00 (noon) on the day of the dismissal. All notes must include the student’s full name, grade, teacher, date, change request and be signed by parent or care-giver. This is especially important for changes that involve the bus. Failure to follow this procedure means your student will be dismissed according to their regular dismissal plan.
Thank you for your cooperation. At Northeast Academy and Tree House, student safety is our number one priority. We are confident that these changes will streamline our dismissal process and ultimately make our schools a safer place for your child.
It is important that all on street parking rules be followed when attending events at Northeast Academy. Parking is only allowed on the opposite side of the street from the school. Please do not block driveways or fire hydrants. Your cooperation is appreciated!
Students are strongly discouraged from bringing electronic devices to NEA during the school day. This includes items such as cell phones, iPads, and watches that can take photos,record video or audio. This is for the privacy and safety of all students and staff. If a student has a need for the device before or after school, and the student must bring the device to school, the device will be required to be kept in the student’s backpack inside of their locker or cubby (reminder—the lockers do not have locks on them). NEA is not responsible for lost, stolen, or broken devices. If you need to reach your student during the school day, you may do so by contacting the main office. Students who need to contact a parent or guardian during the school day, may do so with the permission of the teacher and through the main office. Thank you for your help in providing a safe learning environment for our students.