SOCIAL MEDIA Enrichment Academy uses social media outlets for some reminders and announcements. Our main method of communication for enrolled families is email. Find us on Facebook & Twitter.
SCHOOL DISMISSAL DUE TO BAD WEATHER, POWER OUTAGE, ETC Bad weather, snow or sleet sometimes makes it necessary to dismiss school. When in doubt, please tune to the local news stations. Enrichment Academy Directors will notify these stations if school is to be dismissed. Notification will also be posted on Facebook and Twitter. Enrichment Academy does not schedule makeup days due to weather. LUNCH & SNACKS
Students must bring lunch, snacks, & drinks each week.
Items should be clearly marked with student’s name.
Please inform student what is to be eaten for snack and lunch.
Explain to student to not put opened liquid items in lunch boxes.
No Pizza or Taco Lunchables.
No Candy Nerds.
No glass containers.
No squeezable Kool-Aid drinks.
Microwave not available.
Refrigerator not available.
Utensils not available. Student should bring these items if needed.
Please ask students to refrain from sharing food. Many children have food allergies or restricted diets.
Enrichment Academy publishes a yearbook each school year!
School photos taken each year. Packages are available for purchase.
All enrolled students featured in yearbook.
Yearbooks must be pre-ordered. No extra books will be ordered.
Installment payments accepted to pay for yearbook.
ORDER DEADLINE: January 1
COST: $40.00 each
VISITORS Non-enrolled visitors must schedule a visit with a director. In Class visits of non-enrolled students and parents NOT allowed. Drop-in visits not allowed! Enrichment Academy does not allow non-enrolled students or parents to sit in on classes. Adult visitors i.e. parents, grandparents, etc. of enrolled students are always welcome at Enrichment Academy; however for the safety of all students, classroom visitation is not allowed without prior approval. It is very important to your child that you share in his/her academy experience; therefore, you are invited and encouraged to visit the school for special programs, serve as a volunteer, or have lunch with your child. We enjoy the opportunity to show the many interesting, educational activities that are taking place and enjoy getting to know our Enrichment families. If you want to visit the academy, please see contact the director. Enrichment Academy Visitors (such as visiting relatives etc.) must notify the Director of any visits during the hours of 9:15 a.m.-1:00p.m. This policy is in effect for the safety of all children.
SECURITY PROCEDURES In order to ensure that strangers do not enter the building, visitors, including parents must check in when entering the building. All parents and visitors are required to sign in.
DISCIPLINE One of the most important lessons education should teach is discipline. While it does not appear as a subject, it underlies the whole educational structure. It is the training that develops self-control, character, orderliness and efficiency. It is the key to good conduct and proper consideration for other people. With an understanding of the purposes of discipline in an academy, you may form a correct attitude toward it, and not only do your part in making your academy an effective place of learning, but develop the habit of self-restraint which will make you a better person.
ENRICHMENT ACADEMY RULES OF BEHAVIOR 1. Do nothing to disturb the learning of others. 2. Follow teacher’s directions first time given. 3. Respect for yourself, others, and the property of others. 4. Keep verbal communication positive and respectful. 5. Follow proper procedures for specific activities. 6. Keep hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.
PROHIBITED ITEMS Objects not pertaining to school-related activities are not to be brought on campus. This includes toys, any electronic devices, cell phones, etc... The result of such action will be the confiscation of the object and held at the discretion of the administration. Guns, knives, or any items that are considered dangerous by the administration are not allowed at Enrichment Academy. These items will be confiscated, and the bearer will be subject to administrative disciplinary action up to expulsion from school. Teachers should confiscate any items that disrupt the classroom and give to director. These items disrupt learning and should not be allowed in the classroom.
DRESS CODE Students, parents and teachers should use good taste, modesty, and common sense in selecting school attire and should not abuse these privileges as they are subject to revision by the Directors at any time. Anyone wearing clothing deemed questionable by a faculty member will be referred to the Director. School rooms are meant for learning, thus any clothing that distracts from the proper climate will not be permitted. The following guidelines were established with consideration to good taste and personal hygiene:
1. Proper undergarments will be worn but should not be visible outside of clothes. 2. No tank tops, crop tops, bare-backs, low-cut or tight, form-fitting stretchy tops are to be worn. Sleeveless tops should cover the entire shoulder and bra straps should not be visible. Plain white undershirts are not to be worn alone. Midriffs should not show at any time. Tops should definitely be longer than the top of pants, skirts. 3. No suggestive advertisements, pictures, or wording may be printed on clothing. This includes references to alcoholic beverages and tobacco products. If questionable, don’t wear it! 4. Skirts and dresses should be a reasonable length; i.e., no more than two (2) inches above the top of the kneecap. Cover shorts are recommended for younger students wearing dresses as they sometimes forget to sit modestly. 5. Shorts may be worn, provided they are “walking shorts” or other full-cut shorts which are no more than two (2) inches above the top of the kneecap. 6. No cut-offs, gym shorts, wind shorts, bicycle pants or shorts. Leggings or tight stretchy pants (including capris) must be covered by a dress-length top. 7. No pajamas or house shoes. 8. No Costumes. 9. Shoes must be worn at all times.
INAPPROPRIATE LANGUAGE Cursing or use of vulgar, profane, or obscene language is prohibited.
TOBACCO Tobacco and tobacco products are not permitted at school or at school-sponsored activities at any time for any reason.