Parents & Counseling

General Information

Parent/Guardian SIS Access (HOW TO) | Cómo Registrarse Para el Acceso de Contacto

HOW TO REGISTER FOR CONTACT ACCESS

Contacts with web access to their children may create their own account to access all of their associated children’s academic information. If you do not already have an account created by yourself, then click on Request a USERNAME from the SIS Login screen. As shown below.

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You will then need to know one of your children’s Student ID along with their associated date of birth. Then click on “Lookup Student” .
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The next screen will present the available contact names. Click on the contact that represents your name. Then type in a username that you would like to use as your login. Also type your password you would like to use and confirm the password. And finally check the box that certifies you are who you say you are. Then click “Create Account”.
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That is it. Your account is now created and you can login with these credentials to view your children’s grades, attendance, tardy, missing assignments, email the child’s teacher, update your address, phone number and contact information. You can also subscribe to receive daily or weekly emails with grades, attendance, tardys and missing assignments.


Contactos con acceso web para sus hijos. Puede crear su propia cuenta para acceder a la información académica de sus hijos.

Si no tiene una cuenta creada por usted, entonces de clic en "Request Username" desde la pantalla de inicio de sesión SIS como se muestra abajo.

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Necesitará saber el número de ID de su hijo(s) y la fecha de nacimiento . Despues de clic en “Lookup Student”

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La siguiente pantalla mostrará los nombres de contacto disponibles. Haga clic en el contacto que representará su nombre. A continuación escriba un nombre de usuario que desee utilizar como nombre de usuario. Escriba su contraseña y confirmela escribiendola de nuevo. Después de clic en el cuadrito blanco donde certifica que usted es quien dice ser. Para finzalizar haga clic en “Create Account”

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Eso es todo. Su cuenta ya está creada y puede acceder para ver las calificaciones de sus hijos, asistencia, retardos, tareas no entregadas, correo electrónico del maestro(s), actualizar su información de contacto, tal como dirección, teléfono, etc. También puede subscribirse para recibir diaria o semanalmente las calificaciones, asistencia, retardos y tareas no entregadas.

Bonneville Dress Code

Bonneville 2019/2020

Dress Code

At Bonneville we value learning and positive social skills. We know we can achieve these values by being respectful, responsible, and safe in all we do. The dress code at Bonneville Elementary addresses these values in the following ways.

 

RESPONSIBLE

The way we dress reflects the attitude we have toward our responsibility for learning and adds to or detracts from a respectful learning environment. We want our students to dress comfortably but appropriately. Therefore, students are asked to refrain from wearing clothing deemed to be a distraction to the learning environment in an elementary setting. These things include but are not limited to:

  • Unkempt appearance  

  • Inappropriate tattoos or drawings on one’s self

  • Clothing that is too tight or small and is revealing when students bend over

  • Clothing that contains excessive holes, is tattered, or reveals skin above knees or below shoulders

  • Shorts, skirts, and dresses must be not more than 2 inches above the knees

  • Jeans with rips or tears must be below the knee (even if skin isn’t exposed)

  • Pants must worn at an appropriate waist level so that any type of under garment is covered and no skin is revealed

  • Clothing in need of washing

  • Hats/scarves other than for warmth on the playground or in cold classroom when permitted by classroom teacher (Please note these items are not to be worn in the hallways or common areas.)

  • Sunglasses

  • Hats and hoodies

  • Other as determined by administration to be a distraction to the learning process

 

SAFE

Wearing appropriate clothing keeps the students safe so the focus can be on learning. We ask that students dress appropriate for the season to stay comfortable, safe, and dry. Therefore, we ask that students refrain from wearing the following items so as to be safe. These things include but are not limited to:

  • Shoes that cannot be run in or played in (includes flip-flops and sandals without backs)

  • Skate shoes (wheelies)

  • Jewelry that can become caught on playground equipment

  • Any other item that can cause harm while a student is in school or on the playground

  • Any item the administration deems unsafe

RESPECTFUL:

We value diversity and respect individual style. We are respectful of all religions, races, and genders and encourage students to express individuality in a respectful way. We are an inclusive community and show respect to one another by refraining from wearing items that are not respectful of one another. Therefore, we ask that students refrain from wearing the following items:

  • Clothing with racist, obscene, or otherwise offensive wording and/or symbols

  • Clothing representative of a group, club, or members not affiliated with an educational institution and/or club

  • Other as determined by administration to be disrespectful to students, staff, community, or the school values of being respectful, responsible, and safe

 


In the event that a student arrives to school with attire that does not represent being respectful, responsible, and/or safe the teacher will speak to the student respectfully and discreetly. The student will be given the opportunity to call home for a change of clothing. If parents are unable to bring a change of attire to school, a student may come to the office and borrow the needed item if available.  Any inappropriate items will be placed in the student’s backpack or in the main office until the end of the day. If the student refuses to change, parents will be called to pick up the student for the remainder of the day or an in-school suspension may be issued.

The school is supportive of activities that encourage the learning process. Therefore, if a classroom or individual student earns a privilege that would warrant an exception to the dress code the school will support such an activity. These activities might include a hat day, pajama day, crazy hair day, etc. In this event parents and the school administration will be notified and the classroom activity will be placed on the school calendar.

Please refer to the District Dress Code Policy 9.3  and Student Code of Conduct for additional guidance.

Thank you for helping the Bonneville Bobcats to be respectful, responsible, and safe!

 

Código de vestimenta de Bonneville

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Por favor refiérase al "código de conducta del estudiante" al

Vestuario de apariencia: La forma en que nos vestimos refleja

la actitud que tenemos hacia nuestra responsabilidad de aprender

y nos añade o disminuye un ambiente de aprendizaje respetuoso.

Queremos que nuestros estudiantes se vistan cómodamente, pero

de manera apropiada y se les pide a los estudiantes que mantengan un aspecto pulcro y limpio. (Consulte el código de conducta del Distrito para más detalles sobre la ropa). Hay otras cosas que la administración actual ha determinado que no son apropiadas para un entorno de primaria y se pide a los padres que apoyen a la escuela y los estudiantes cuando estas cosas se convierten en un problema con su hijo. Estas cosas incluyen, pero no se limitan a:


Problemas de seguridad

  • Zapatos con los que no se puede correr o jugar (incluye sandalias)
  • Zapatos de patinar (wheelies)
  • Perforaciones que no son en las orejas, o aretes que pueden ser enganchados en cualquier cosa fácilmente al jugar.
  • Cualquier otra cosa que puede causar daño mientras el estudiante está en la escuela o en el patio de recreo.
  • Prendas de vestir apropiadas


Distracciones al entorno de aprendizaje

  • Apariencia descuidada
  • Colores no naturales del cabello
  • Peinados extremos
  • Maquillaje
  • Perforaciones en un lugar diferente a las orejas
  • Tatuajes o dibujos sobre uno mismo
  • Ropa demasiado apretada o pequeña y reveladora cuando los estudiantes se inclinan
  • Ropa que contiene agujeros excesivos o que muestra la piel por encima de las rodillas o por debajo de los hombros
  • Ropa que necesita lavarse
  • Sombreros/bufandas que no son para mantenerlo abrigado en el patio de recreo
  • Gafas de sol en la escuela
  • Entre otras según lo determinado por la administración


Nota: Hay excepciones cuando para los días de celebración, tales como: "día de cabello loco", "día de sombrero", etc. Los padres serán notificados con tiempo cuando esto esté programado.


* Las violaciones del código de vestimenta del estudiante serán manejadas respetuosamente y discretamente por el maestro, explicando la infracción al estudiante en privado y haciendo que el estudiante llame a su casa y solicite un cambio de ropa. Cuando los padres están trabajando o no pueden traer un cambio de ropa a la escuela, el estudiante puede venir a la oficina y pedir prestado el artículo necesario.


¡Gracias por ayudarnos a hacer de Bonneville un lugar respetuoso donde el enfoque debe estar en el aprendizaje!

Bell/Lunch Schedule

Bell Schedule:

Monday - Friday

Breakfast in the classroom 8:10-8:25 

Instruction begins at 8:30

Dismissal at 2:45  

Recess Schedule

  • Kinder AM 9:30
  • Kinder PM 1:15
  • Kinder Full Day 10:00, 11:30, 1:15
  • 1st Grade 10:00, 12:30
  • 2nd Grade 9:15, 11:45
  • 2nd Grade DLI 9:45, 11:45
  • 3rd Grade 9:15, 12:00
  • 3rd Grade DLI 9:45, 12:00
  • 4th Grade 10:45, 12:30
  • 5th Grade 10:15, 12:45
  • 6th Grade 11:30
Parent Information

Title I

What is TITLE I?
Title I is a federal education program under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. There are four parts to Title I : improving the academic achievement of the disadvantaged, even start family literacy, migrant education, and services for neglected or delinquent children and youth.

What are the goals of TITLE I?
The goals of Title I are to help students to achieve academic success in Reading/Language Arts and Mathematics; increase student performance in high poverty schools through school-wide reform; build teacher capacity through quality professional development; and enhance parents' abilities to help their children succeed through quality parental involvement activities.

Bonneville is a Schoolwide Title I Program. That means:
The school uses Title I funds to supplement and improve the entire educational program of the school.

Title I funds are used to serve all children in order to raise academic achievement.

Title I funds will be used to provide additional assistance to all students who experience difficulties in meeting the State’s performance targets.

To be a Schoolwide Program:
The school must collect and analyze data that affects student achievement.

The school must develop a comprehensive site plan and annually review the effectiveness of the plan.

The school must assess student progress.

The school must involve parents in the decision making process.

The school must provide evidence based professional development for teachers.

The school must develop a plan for ensuring all teachers become highly qualified and successful in all subjects taught.

Title 1 School Improvement | de mejoría de la Escuela Titulo I

School Plan

Parent School Compact

Parents Right to Know

Parent Involvement Policy

Parent Target Presentation 2017

Student Code of Conduct | Código de Conducta del Estudiante

Communicating With Ogden School District

Ogden School District and its schools support conservation through decreased use of paper communication and increased use of electronic communication. Electronic communication is particularly vital in the event of an emergency.
Parents and guardians are urged to provide a phone number (preferably a cellular phone number) and an email address to their student's school and to update the school any time the phone number or email address changes.
Parents and guardians who do not currently have an email account can learn how to create a free email address by clicking here.
Las instrucciones en español para crear una dirección de correo electrónico gratuita se pueden encontrar haciendo clic aquí.