Car Riders & Bus Riders Procedures
***Due to COVID-19 we have made changes to our drop-off and pick-up procedures.
We are asking that everyone adhere to the following guidelines for drop off and pick‐ up.
Temperature Screenings – All students will be given temperature screenings as they enter the school buildings.
Morning Drop Off:
Front entrance of Elementary will be for 3rd ‐5th graders ONLY. North car line by baseball field‐‐Any student grades PreK‐5 may be dropped off here. **For families with multiple grade students: drop all your children off at the North side car line together.
Afternoon Car Rider pick‐up lines:
North Side – student last names A‐L
Front Entrance – student last names M‐Z
Middle School (6‐8)
Drop off should be at the front door of the Middle School. Please do not drop off MS students at the front door of the High School.
Pick up for 6th and 7th grade will be outside the Johnson Gymnasium. Pick up for 8th grade will be in front of the Fieldhouse.
High School (9‐12)
All High School students will enter and exit thru the front doors of the High School. *** Absolutely no students should enter thru any other doors.
*** The road between the baseball field and High School will be closed after school until all buses have loaded students and are leaving campus.
***Our buses do use the same route as cars, so we ask that parents always yield to the buses and give them the right of way.
If you would like to make a one day change to how your child will get home, please contact the school office at 936-552-3424 before 12 noon on that day. We want to ensure that your child gets home the correct way. Thank you so much for your cooperation in this matter.
Texas school zone law, under HB 347, prevents using a cell phone when driving through an active school crossing zone. This includes property of a public elementary, middle, or junior high school for which a local authority has designated a school crossing zone. Exempt from this law, are vehicles that are stopped, drivers using hands free devices, or making a call to emergency services such as police, medical, fire or other first responders.