Notify sending school of your plans to move in district or out of district
Transfer cards will be issued when the above procedure has been completed
Attendance and Tardiness Policy
The Union City Board of Education’s Early Childhood Program has assigned a sending school to each Community Provider to ease transitions.
Children that are absent or tardy on a regular basis are to be referred to the Family Worker.
Community Providers must be notified of absences.
If the community provider has not been notified by the fourth (4th) day, the Family Worker will conduct a home visit.
Consistent lateness will not be tolerated.
Sick Policy and Information
If your child exhibits any of the following symptoms, he/she should not attend school. You should also call the learning center that your child attends and inform them of the absence. If any of these symptoms occur at school, the child will/ should be removed from the class and you will/should be called to take him/her home. Please refer to the attendance policy regarding absences.
Temperature over 101.5
Sore throat or severe coughing
Red eyes with discharge
Yellow eyes or jaundice skin
Skin rashes lasting longer than 24 hours
Blood in urine
Difficult or rapid breathing
Enlarged lymph nodes
Infected/untreated skin patches
Severe pain or discomfort
Homework is not a mandatory component of the Early Childhood Program. Individual learning centers may choose to send assignments that require parental involvement. Worksheets and copies that are to be completed and returned are not appropriate homework activities. Homework activities should reflect the themes and subject being discussed in class. Below are some types of appropriate homework assignments; additional home activities can be found in theFor Parents section.
counting the number of red (or any other color) cars seen on the way home