Basic district guidelines state that no student shall be permitted to wear:
Clothing that advocates drug, alcohol, tobacco, violence, religious, racial, or criminal activities.
Skyview Elementary Dress Code
Shorts and skirts must be fingertip length.
Tops must cover midriff and chest areas.
Pants should not sag.
Hats, bandanas, and scarves may not be worn inside the school.
No “heelies” may be worn at school.
Tank tops must have 1” arm straps and may not be low cut (no spaghetti straps).
No visible tattoos/hair dye (including temporary).
In the event that a district or SVE dress code is not followed, parents will be notified and asked to bring an appropriate change of clothing. Thank you for your understanding our requests for a safe environment and proper atmosphere for learning.
Each year hundreds of articles of clothing are left unclaimed. If your child misplaces an item, we encourage you to look in the lost and found rack by the Gym. Often it is difficult to identify what they have lost. Please label coats, jackets, mittens, etc. Remaining articles are donated to a local charity.
Valuables at School
We highly discourage students to bring valuables (and toys) to school. Items having value for one individual usually have an attractive appeal for others and unfortunately sometimes disappear. The school cannot be responsible for these items.
Please call our attendance line at (720) 972-5638 before 8:00 a.m. to report your child’s absence. Absences must be reported on Skyview’s attendance line, even if the teacher has been notified of the absence. You may call the attendance line 24 hours a day. Please leave a message that includes:
In compliance with the federal No Child Left Behind Act, Adams 12 Five Star Schools strictly enforces attendance. The district expects a 95% daily attendance rate. This includes being in attendance throughout the school day, as well as arriving to school on time each and every day.
A tardy is defined as the student entering school after the schedule start time and is considered a disruption to the learning environment. Instruction begins promptly each day and important learning may be missed when your child is tardy. Excessive tardies may result in consequences at the discretion of school officials.
Your child’s safety is of the utmost importance to us! It is imperative that students are dropped off no earlier than 7:45 a.m. and picked up at 3:00 p.m. (1:45 on Wednesdays). At 7:50 a.m. grades 2-5 are allowed into the building through classroom doors and the tardy bell doesn’t ring until 8:05 a.m. Adult supervision is only available 10 minutes before and after our school start/end times. If students arrive early, they may wait outside of their external classroom door or on the back blacktop. Walking around in the hallways is not permitted before school.
Nutrition Services News: New Special Dietary Needs Procedure
Adams 12 Nutrition Services understands that there are many students in our schools with special dietary needs. Nutrition Services wants to make you aware of our Special Dietary Needs procedures.
Adams 12 WILL:
Make meal modifications (substitutions) prescribed by a licensed physician to accommodate a dietary disability based on a medical statement completed and signed by a licensed physician (doctor of medicine or osteopathy).
Make modifications (substitutions) for students as called for in their Section 504 or an IEP plans.
Adams 12 WILL NOT:
Make meal modifications (substitutions) prescribed by a medical authority due to a food allergy/intolerance or other medical condition that does not rise to the level of a disability.
In this case, Adams 12 Nutrition Services WILL provide nutrition information regarding ingredients in menu items specific to the student’s allergy or intolerance to help parents and students make appropriate meal choices.
Make substitutions for fluid cow’s milk due to a food allergy or intolerance or for other reasons.
For a copy of our Special Dietary Needs Paperwork, Allergen information and Carbohydrate count, please visit our website.
Beginning in the 2014-2015 school year, elementary and middle schools (K-8), in Adams 12 School District will be “peanut cautious”. “Peanut cautious” means that there will be no peanut-containing menu items served in those schools. It does not mean that we are “peanut-free”. Adams 12 Nutrition Services does not guarantee that all of our menu items for K-8 were produced in a facility that is 100% peanut and tree nut free, some items may be processed in a plant that process peanuts or tree nuts.