Have questions? Below are some answers to commonly asked questions for the Kids Connection Elementary School. Feel free to call us directly if you don’t see the answer you’re looking for here. The Elementary School number is 650-578-6691.
We welcome and encourage parent participation in our classrooms. We ask that when you come to school to visit, you do not bring younger children with you. Visitors must stop by the office before visiting their child’s classroom.
We do not allow cell phones, beepers, or pagers on campus. This includes other electronic items such as radios, tape players, CD players, ipods, MP3 players, and electronic games and toys. Please leave these items at home.
Lunch is not provided by Kids Connection. Please pack a lunch for your child and send it to school with them. Alternatively you may purchase a lunch from our lunch provider, ChoiceLunch. See details and our special code in the information sheet.
When a child needs to take daily medication, our office staff will work with the family physician and the parents to administer the medication. The medication must:
- be in the original container
- have the pharmacy label on prescribed medication
- have a signed parent permission slip to administer the medication
- be stored in the health office
We do not allow students to have any type of medication in their possession.
The typical teacher-student ratio is 1:16 for Kindergarten.
The typical teacher-student ratio is 1:20 for Grades 1-5.
If your child must be absent, please notify our school office in the morning, and let us know why your child must miss school. If you are unable to call the day of the absence, it is important you send a note in with your child on the day he/she returns to school. The Elementary number is 650-578-6691, and our Preschool number is 650-578-9697.
Elementary school students arriving after school begins must go directly to the school office to pick up a tardy slip before they go to their class. In order to excuse the tardy, parents need to give us a call, or send a note in with their child explaining why the child was tardy.