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    Online Enrollment for 2022-2023 School Year

    Click the Enrollment tab at the top of this page to start the online enrollment process. Enrollment is not complete until ALL required documents are uploaded or submitted to the school office.

    Kindergarten- students must turn 5 on or before September 1st

    Transitional Kindergarten- students must turn 5 between September 2nd and February 2nd to qualify- please come to the school office for enrollment packet and do not enroll online

    Reminder: Every Wednesday is early release.

    TK is dismissed at normal 12:35

    Kinder through 3rd is dismissed at 12:45

    4th and 5th are dismissed at 1:15

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    EVERY SCHOOL DAY COUNTS- ATTENDANCE IS IMPORTANT

    Support your child to be successful in school

    Help your child understand that school is their very first job!

    • Make great school attendance a priority for your child.
    • Talk to your child about the importance of daily attendance in every class and how it helps his/her learning.
    • When students miss so much school they will not be prepared for Kindergarten, learning to read by the third grade, failing courses in middle school and dropping out of high school.

    Help your child develop good habits

    • Help your child practice good daily habits like:
      • finishing homework and placing it in his/her backpack
      • laying out clothes and the backpack in the evening
      • having a regular bedtime for a good night's sleep
      • leaving early enough in the morning to get to school on time.
      • turn off electronic devices one hour before bedtime.
    • Help your child build responsibility skills by reminding them to make up any missed school work after an absence.

    When your child is sick

    • Only let your child stay home if he/she is truly sick. Sometimes complaints of a headache or stomachache might be a sign of anxiety and not a reason to stay home. Contact the teacher for support if you think this might be happening.
    • Follow the Illness/Injury guidelines if you are not sure if you should keep your child at home due to illness.

    Illness or Injury Guidelines

    For health and safety purposes, students should not be sent to school if they are showing signs of illness, such as fever, vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, constant coughing, sore throat, or untreated infected skin patches / rashes. It is advisable that students with a fever are kept at home until he/she is fever free for 24 hours, without benefit from a fever reducing agent. Parents should notify the school office by calling the attendance line at 925-809-7551 or emailing the office staff within 72 hours whenever their child is going to be absent from school due to illness or injury.

    During school hours if your child feels ill or is injured, the office staff or health staff will determine if your child needs to be taken home by checking the following signs or symptoms according to procedures and protocols set by the district in accordance with California Ed. Code:

    • Temperature of 99.2°F or above with complaints of moderate/severe illness or pain

    • Difficult or rapid breathing (with no relief from medications provided by parent)

    • Severe coughing

    • Eyes that are red, swollen and draining

    • Vomiting / diarrhea

    • Severe pain

    If any of these conditions exist, the office staff or health staff will notify the parents. Parents are responsible for picking up your child or arrange for a designated person to pick up the child promptly. The adult picking up the child must be on the Emergency Card and sign out the student in the school office.

    If your child has a long-term medical condition (such as asthma, severe allergies or Anaphylaxis, diabetes, seizures, etc.), please make sure it is noted in Aeries through the parent portal. In addition, please check with the office secretary and/or health staff to obtain other forms that may need to be filled out by you and the doctor.

    Appointments and Vacations

    • Make every effort to schedule doctor, dentist, and other appointments after school hours.
    • If your child must be out of school for an appointment, get him/her back to school for at least part of the school day. Please provide the office a note from the doctor’s office to excuse the absence or tardy.
    • Plan vacations when school is not in session. Utilize our breaks and days off.

    Attendance Notification

    • Contact the school every time your child will be absent. All absences must be reported within 72 hours. Absences reported after 72 hours are unexcused. Call the attendance line at 925-809-7551 or email the office staff, Lisa Neri or Sonia Cubic
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    925-809-7551

    Please call in all absences to the attendance line.

    Perfect Attendance- students must be at school all day everyday with no tardies or early departures

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    Timber Point has a goal of 97% monthly school attendance. Thank you parents for making sure every school day counts!

    August:  94%

    September: 94%

    October: 94%

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    Students Leaving Early

    Any student being signed out early MUST exit through the office (this includes early release Wednesday). Parents must meet student in the office to be released. The office cannot call a student out of class until the parent/guardian are present. Thank you for your cooperation.

    Visitor/ Volunteer

    ALL Visitor/Volunteers MUST go through the office to sign in and get a sticker before entering the campus. ALL Classroom volunteers, and all drivers and chaperones on field trips must be fingerprinted and TB tested.  Forms are available in the office and website under quicklinks.