Campus Policies and Procedures
Internet Use Policy
All students enrolled in an Aldine school are automatically “opted in” to our Internet Acceptable Use Policy. If parents choose to “opt out” and not allow their child to use internet, then they have to sign and return the attached form. Click here for Acceptable Use Policy PDF. form.
It is important to your child’s academic success that they attend school everyday. Official school attendance is taken each day at 9:15 a.m. Your child must be present at 9:15 a.m. in order to be counted present for the day. In the event your child has to go to the doctor or dentist during school time, he/she can be counted present for the day, provided he/she returns to school the same day with a signed note from the doctor/dentist. The child must also make up any missed work.
School begins promptly at 7:35 a.m. Students who arrive after 7:35 a.m. are considered tardy and must report to the office for a tardy slip before going to class. The adult who brings the student to school must accompany him/her to the office and sign the student in before he/she proceeds to class. Please make every effort to get your child to school on time.
The scheduled dismissal time for Dunn Elementary is 3:05. If your child’s method of transportation will be changed please send a note to your child’s teacher. If you forget to send a note please call the office by 2:30 pm. Without a written note or oral communication by the front office no changes will be made to the child’s method of transportation.
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has issued additional immunization requirements for kindergarten and seventh-grade students beginning with the 2009-10 school year. Parents, please make sure your child has received the new immunizations prior to the beginning of the school year. Students need to have their immunization records updated and have those records brought to their respective campuses prior to the first day of school (Monday, Aug. 23) in order to prevent any scheduling difficulties. To view the state’s updated immunization requirements, please click on the link below.
For the safety of your child all visitors will be required to present picture identification (ID, license) when picking a child up during the school day. Please make sure that all adults with permission to take your child from school are listed on the card in the office. All persons visiting Dunn Elementary need stop in the office, present valid identification, and obtain a visitor’s pass. If you wish to talk with your child’s teacher, please make an appointment during the teacher’s conference time. Many teachers are also available before or after school. Click “Staff” to the left of this window to email your child’s teacher.
Dunn Elementary is a Standardized Dress school. The uniform consists of red or white polo style tops and khaki bottoms (skirts, shorts, skorts, jumper, pants).
In addition, students will only be allowed to utilize clear or mesh backpacks on campus.
Your child will bring a weekly folder home every Friday. A conduct report and graded assignments from the week’s lessons will be found inside the folder. Please discuss the graded work and the conduct report with your child. If you or your child have any questions about his/her progress, please contact your child’s teacher.
School supplies are sold in the school office prior to the start of school. Kindergarten $40.00 Grade 1 $40.00 Grade 2 $40.00 Grade 3 $45.00 Grade 4 $50.00 To see a specific supply list click the link below.
Grade Specific Supply lists
Each teacher has a conference period during the school day. If you wish to have a conference with a teacher, please contact the teacher to schedule a day to meet during his/her conference time, before, or after school
Change of Address
For emergency purposes, we need current contact information on each student. Please notify your child’s teacher of any changes in address, telephone numbers, and emergency contacts or fill out the form on the Student Information page of this website to update your information.
The Aldine Independent School District does not discriminate against any person because of race, creed, national origin, age, sex, economic status, handicapping condition, or limited English proficiency in promotion.
Any parent or student who has a complaint or grievance which cannot be resolved at the campus level through the principal may submit such a complaint or grievance in writing to the Superintendent of Schools.