SCHOOL INFORMATION AND FRIDAY FOLDERS
The Rockrimmon announcements and upcoming events are posted on our website’s front page (www.rockrimmon.asd20.org) frequently. Please check this page often to be up to date on announcements, school news and events, and information from ASD20 administration. Important information that does not need to be printed on paper will be communicated electronically via the website, 20Alerts, and email.
Important information that must be in paper format is sent home weekly in your student’s red Friday Folder. Be sure to check the items in the folder and return the folder to your child’s classroom teacher each Monday.
20 Alert is the on-line notification system that is used by District 20 and Rockrimmon to send messages to parents and the community. Through this system we will communicate important events, changes to schedules or emergency information. Please be sure that you have selected 20 Alert to receive communications through your Extended Parent Portal.
f. Please keep your child's emergency information current by submitting updates through the District 20 Extended Parent Portal on the District web site.
We must have emergency information for your child that is up to date. Please keep your child's emergency information current by submitting updates through the District 20 Extended Parent Portal on the District web site.
If a child is sick or injured, he/she will be sent to the office. Parents or guardians will be notified. If the school is unable to reach a child's parents, we will contact the people listed as emergency contacts. 911 will be called only in extreme cases. Parents are responsible for keeping all emergency phone numbers current.
We share our school nurse with several other schools, the office staff is trained basic first aid and doctor-prescribed medications. We have a cot in the office where students can rest briefly before going back to class or being picked up by the parent. We do not have the facilities or staff to care for sick children, so please keep your child at home if he/she is feeling ill or pick him/her up promptly if he/she becomes ill at school.