Before School and After School Supervision

  • It is very important that your child is here on time.

    • Morning supervision begins at 7:45 am.
    • The tardy bell rings at 8:15 am.
    • Dismissal begins at 2:50 pm.
    • All students must be picked up by 3:15 pm.
    ***As part of our school dismissal policy, students will not be checked out between 2:35 and 2:50 pm***
     
    Please see your Child's teacher with any questions.
     
    School Hours: 8:15 - 2:50

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Say No to Bullying

  • The students and staff of Oak Ridge Elementary School have taken a pledge to "Stomp Out Bullying" and all forms of violence! 
    Any person who is concerned about a bullying issues may complete the LCS Bullying Reporting Form  and return it to the school, where the Principal or designated administrators will immediately conduct an investigation.
     
     

Leon County School's Safe Schools Statement

  • Leon County School’s Safe Schools Statement

     Pursuant to federal law, students may not be denied a public education. As such, Leon County Schools is committed to providing a world class education in a safe environment for all students--regardless of immigration status.

     LCS administrators will continue to enforce Board Policy 5540 in relation to non-DCF law enforcement investigations involving students on campus. This policy requires parents’ consent in order to provide access to students unless there is a warrant or an exigent/emergency circumstance such as an investigation involving a missing child.

     LCS counselors have been trained to provide support for students and families who may be impacted by changes to federal law. The safety and security of all our students will continue to be our top priority.  

  • FortifyFL is a suspicious activity reporting tool that allows you to instantly relay information to appropriate law enforcement agencies and school officials.

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