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Have a Safe & Happy


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Nov. 25th-27th

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Boys & Girls Club – CLOSED

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The 110 staff members of Park Middle School are dedicated to providing the highest quality education and empowering all students to succeed in a culturally diverse community, nation, and world.

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Park Families,

We all care a great deal about the safety of all students that attend Park Middle School. I want to make sure each student has a very strict before and after school plan. We have recently seen more students hanging around the neighborhood after school. This includes Cooper Park. On several occasions the Lincoln Police Department has been dispatched to respond to disturbances in and around Cooper Park involving students from Park Middle School. It is important that all students follow Park’s after school policy. All students must be in Power Hour immediately after school, in an assigned supervised area in school or walking home. If your student doesn’t attend the Boys and Girls Club, doesn’t get picked up right after school, but does walks home, we ask that you have a conversation with them about going home immediately and not hanging out in the neighborhood. We want to keep our students and our neighborhood safe and free of disturbances after school. Thank you for your attention to this important matter. We appreciate all you do to support Park Middle School.

Ryan Zabawa
Park Middle School

For additional information regarding arrival and dismissal policies, please CLICK HERE!

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Please call the Park Middle School Attendance Office at 436-1212 – ext. 1, to report student absences each day the student is gone.

If you need to pick up a student for an appointment or early departure, please contact the Park Office as early in the day as possible. We can then provide the student with a pass ahead of time & they can be ready to leave when you arrive. With little notice, it can be difficult to quickly get a student to the Office, especially if they are in the middle of a test, in an alternate classroom, at lunch or outside for PE.

Students going home ill will need to visit the Health Office.  Parents will receive a call from the Health Office, not the student, if student is going home excused due to being sick.  If it is parent choice that the student go home not feeling well, the Health Office will also assist in that process.

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 ACT when you know of any situation that threatens the safety of any student.

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