Eliza Northrop Elementary/Helping Hands Preschool

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    ELIZA NORTHROP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    LEARNING TOGETHER, LEADING TOGETHER 

     

    Principal:

    Kim Hallock

    Secretaries:

    Sharon Terrion

    Julie Crew

     

    Office Hours:  8:00 AM to 3:45 PM

    School Hours:  8:45 AM to 3:30 PM

     

    Address:  950 East Reagan Parkway

        Medina, OH  44256

     

    Phone:  330-636-4600

    Fax: 330-636-3807

    ATTENDANCE LINE

    330-636-4604

    Please call if your child will be absent or late for any reason.

     

     

     


     

    EATING LUNCH WITH YOUR STUDENT

    Parents are always invited to join their child for lunch in the school cafeteria.  If you wish to purchase a school lunch, please call the cafeteria at 330-636-4610 before 9:15 am and order a lunch.

     

    CAFETERIA PRICES

    Student Breakfast:  $2.00

    Student Lunch:  $3.00

    Adult Lunch:  $4.00

     

     MCS Elementary Lunchroom

    Visitor Guidelines:

    1. All adults should check in the office when arriving to eat lunch.

    2. Any adult eating with a student should be the student's guardian or on the student's contact list provided from parents or have provided the office written/verbal permission from the student's parents.

    3. Adults will be given a visitor's pass and can only enter the cafeteria.

    4. When lunch is over, adults should sign out of the office.

     


     Medina City Schools Elementary

    Homework Guidelines

    ~ We believe homework should be a practice of concepts taught during the school day and students should be able to complete it on their own. Only homework with a specific and necessary purpose will be sent home.

    ~ We believe that homework is practice, so teachers will not grade student work, or penalize with loss of recess, etc.

    ~ We believe homework is an important communication tool, allowing parents to see the work going on during the school day.

    ~ We believe learning is its own reward. We will not reward students with points, candy, etc. for completing homework.

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