Crosby Elementary School

School Policies

  • Important Message about Attendance


    Notes are REQUIRED EACH and EVERY time a student is absent or tardy to/from school

    It is the obligation of the parent/guardian to report a child’s absence or tardy/early dismissal each day. The policy requires that parents call the school if their child is going to be absent. If parents to not call, the school will call home.

    Upon the student’s return to school from an absence or tardy, the parent shall provide written documentation stating the day(s) absent/tardy and the reason for the absence/tardy. If the school does not receive written documentation within two school days after the student returns, the absence or tardy will be “unexcused.”

    After 8 absences or 5 tardies, ONLY a DOCTOR’s note or COURT note will be accepted.

    The policy also states that the district will refer students and their parents to Hamilton County Juvenile Court for “habitual and chronic unexcused absences.”

    The Superintendent will also revoke the driving privileges of students of driving age for excessive, unexcused absences.

    Please see below for the School Board approved attendance policy regarding absences, excuses, and truancy, which directly references The Ohio Revised Code for attendance regulations and stipulations. 



    Attendance Policy

Right to Request Teacher Qualifications 

The teachers at Crosby Elementary meet the Ohio State Standards for Highly Qualified Teachers.    
  
Below is a link to the documentation for your Right to Request Teacher Qualifications.  

Student Code of Conduct 

CROSBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL EXPECTATIONS: 

As a part of the educational team, the students will: 

  • Respect the rights of others in the classroom, in the hallways, on the playground, and on the bus to and from school. This includes accepting individual differences in people, recognizing others' accomplishments, and showing respect for property.

  • Work cooperatively with peers as a part of a school community which values helpfulness, thoughtfulness, and kindness toward others.

  • Become aware of individual choices and their consequences.

  • Behave in a manner which in no way interferes with the teaching and learning process.

  • Take responsibility for completing all homework and assignments, and for coming to school prepared to learn, including having the appropriate materials.

  • Have regular attendance to maximize learning opportunities.

  • Be aware of school rules, student rights, and student responsibilities.

  • Take an active and enthusiastic role in their studies, and safety, and always strive for excellence. 

Below is a link to the Student Code of Conduct.