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7020 Tuckaseegee Road
Charlotte, NC 28214
Courier #: 583
P: 980-343-6070  |  F: 980-343-6071 
Principal: Jeffrey Cook
LC: Northwest
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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Dress Code & Attendance Policy

Wilson STEM Academy Dress Code

Extreme styles in clothing and grooming may be detrimental to the maintenance of discipline and morale in school.  The principal and staff are responsible for determining and enforcing regulations governing proper dress and grooming of students. Any attire that causes a distraction will not be allowed.  In accordance with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Rights and Responsibilities Handbook, the following dress code for students at Wilson STEM Academy has been established:

  • Scholars are required to wear shoes at all times.

  • Scholars are required to wear shirts at all times.

  • Abusive, suggestive or profane language, symbols of illegal drugs, or any other words, symbols or slogans that disrupt the learning environment may not be worn on clothing or as jewelry.

The following items may NOT be worn at school:

  • Bedroom shoes, slippers, pajamas, or blankets of any kind (Blankets may not be brought to school).

  • Pants WILL NOT be worn below the waist or showing clothing/undergarments beneath the main outerwear

  • Pants should not be worn with tears, holes or frayed above the knee that exposes the skin or undergarments. Tights cannot be worn underneath jeans with excessive holes.

  • All tights, leggings (jeggings), and yoga pants must be worn with a shirt or skirt that covers their bottom.

  • Accessories not typically worn as jewelry (Examples: long pocket chains, spikes, or dog collars)

  • Shorts/skirts must be finger-tip length. (Tights worn underneath short garments DO NOT increase the length.)

  • Shirts exposing the stomach, being excessively tight, see-through or low-cut in the front or in the back, dresses/tops with spaghetti straps, strapless shirts, or halter tops are not allowed.  

  • Headgear such as scarves, bandanas, stocking caps, hoods, hats, towels, doo-rags, and combs (Headbands are fine as long as they are not distractive.)

In the course of the year, CMS and CMPD may determine that new fads and modes of dress are disruptive to a safe and orderly learning environment. For example, certain accessories or styles may be gang-related, or may convey non-verbal messages that are inappropriate for school. The dress code may be adjusted accordingly.


Note: Special thanks to Mint Hill Middle School for sharing their dress code.


Wilson STEM Academy Attendance Policy

9:15 a.m. -4:15 p.m.

Our school day begins at 9:15.  Scholars can arrive as early as 8:45 for breakfast, but must report by 9:15 in order to be considered on time.  The school day ends at 4:15.

Click Here (or go to our school’s website www.https://schools.cms.k12.nc.us/wilsonstemMS) to report your child's absence and specific reason for the absence.  Alternatively, you can call the school at 980-343-6070.

Regular attendance and being on time are extremely important throughout the entire school year.

Frequent absences or tardies will greatly interfere with your child's learning.

Students are expected to be in school except in the event of an emergency or for reasons explained below.

Excused Absences

  • CMS Approved Religious Holidays

  • Court or Administrative Proceedings

  • Death in the Immediate Family

  • Doctor/Dentist Appointment

  • Personal Illness or Injury:  specific illness or injury must be communicated

**Parents cannot call in an absence for a student. A written note or email must be sent to the school in order for the absence to be excused. All absences are unexcused until a note is received by the Attendance Office. 

Unexcused Absences

  • No written or emailed note received by the Attendance Office

  • Inclement weather

  • Car trouble

  • Missing the bus

  • Oversleeping

  • Tardies

**Parents are required to sign-in a tardy student in at the Front Office

Tardies are unexcused except for the following reasons:

  • Doctor/Dentist Appointment

  • Court or Administrative Proceedings

  • Reporting an Absence by Note

**When a student returns to school after an absence, the student must bring a note

  • The note must be signed by the parent/guardian

  • The date of absence and reason for absence must be on the note

  • The student's first and last name must be on the note

  • The note must be turned into the Attendance Office (Ms. Malika Muhammad)

Reporting an Absence by Email

  • Use the link at the top of the page to report your child's absence

  • The date of absence and reason for absence must be on the email

  • The student's first and last name must be on the email

Early Dismissals

Routine appointments should be scheduled before or after school hours.  If a student must leave the school during the day for an appointment, a note should be sent to the teacher.  A phone call will not be acceptable for changes in transportation.  For your child’s protection, a student WILL NOT be permitted to leave school before the regular dismissal time of 4:15 p.m., unless a note has been received. 

The note should include the following:

  • Name of the student

  • Date

  • Reason for early dismissal

  • Time of early dismissal

  • Name of person picking up child

  • Teacher’s name

It is necessary for the parent or guardian to sign the child’s name and his/her name on the sign in/sign out sheet provided in the office for early dismissals. Parents will not be permitted to pick up students from the classroom.  Students will be called to the office once the parent has signed out the child.  In order to avoid confusion and disruption of school dismissal, early dismissal will end at 3:15 p.m.  After 3:15 p.m., early dismissal will not be allowed.  This is for safety purposes.  Parents will have to follow normal dismissal procedures by waiting in the car rider lane.  No parents should come to the front door to pick up a child at dismissal.  Please stay in your car! 

*If your child rides an after-school daycare van, the Day Care Center should be called when your child leaves school early.

 If you have any questions, please contact our attendance secretary, Malika Muhammad via email at malika1.muhammad@cms.k12.nc.us or by calling the school at 980-343-6070.









Política de asistencia de Wilson STEM Academy



Nuestro día escolar comienza a las 9:15. Los estudiantes pueden llegar a las 8:45 para el desayuno, pero deben presentarse antes de las 9:15 para ser considerados a tiempo. El día escolar termina a las 4:15.

Haga clic aquí (o visite el sitio web de nuestra escuela www.https: //schools.cms.k12.nc.us/wilsonstemMS) para informar la ausencia de su hijo y el motivo específico de la ausencia. Alternativamente, puede llamar a la escuela al 980-343-6070.

La asistencia regular y la puntualidad son extremadamente importantes durante todo el año escolar.

Las ausencias o tardanzas frecuentes interferirán en gran medida con el aprendizaje de su hijo.

Se espera que los estudiantes estén en la escuela excepto en caso de una emergencia o por las razones que se explican a continuación.

Ausencias Justificadas

Días festivos religiosos aprobados por CMS

Procedimientos judiciales o administrativos

Muerte en la familia inmediata

Cita con el médico / dentista

Enfermedad o lesión personal: se debe comunicar una enfermedad o lesión específica

** Los padres no pueden llamar en ausencia de un estudiante. Se debe enviar una nota escrita o correo electrónico a la escuela para que la ausencia sea justificada. Todas las ausencias son injustificadas hasta que la Oficina de Asistencia reciba una nota.

Ausencias injustificadas

La Oficina de Asistencia no recibió una nota escrita o enviada por correo electrónico

Inclemencias del tiempo

Problemas con el auto

Perder el bus

Quedarse dormido

Tardanzas

** Se requiere que los padres registren la entrada de un estudiante que llega tarde en la oficina principal.

Las tardanzas son injustificadas excepto por las siguientes razones:

Cita con el médico / dentista

Procedimientos judiciales o administrativos

Informar una ausencia por nota

** Cuando un estudiante regresa a la escuela después de una ausencia, el estudiante debe traer una nota

La nota debe estar firmada por el padre / tutor

La fecha de la ausencia y el motivo de la ausencia deben estar en la nota.

El nombre y apellido del estudiante deben estar en la nota.

La nota debe entregarse en la Oficina de Asistencia (Sra. Malika Muhammad)

Informar una ausencia por correo electrónico

Use el enlace en la parte superior de la página para informar la ausencia de su hijo

La fecha de la ausencia y el motivo de la ausencia deben estar en el correo electrónico.

El nombre y apellido del estudiante deben estar en el correo electrónico.


Despidos anticipados

Las citas de rutina deben programarse antes o después del horario escolar. Si un estudiante debe salir de la escuela durante el día para una cita, se debe enviar una nota al maestro. No se aceptará una llamada telefónica para cambios de transporte. Para la protección de su hijo, NO se le permitirá a un estudiante salir de la escuela antes de la hora de salida regular de las 4:15 p.m., a menos que se haya recibido una nota.

La nota debe incluir lo siguiente:

Nombre del estudiante

Fecha

Razón de la salida anticipada

Hora de salida anticipada

Nombre de la persona que recoge al niño

Nombre del profesor

Es necesario que el padre o tutor firme el nombre del niño y su nombre en la hoja de registro de entrada / salida proporcionada en la oficina para salidas tempranas. No se permitirá a los padres recoger a los estudiantes del salón de clases. Se llamará a los estudiantes a la oficina una vez que los padres hayan firmado la salida del niño. Para evitar confusión e interrupción de la salida escolar, la salida temprana terminará a las 3:15 p.m. Después de las 3:15 p.m., no se permitirá la salida anticipada. Esto es por razones de seguridad. Los padres tendrán que seguir los procedimientos normales de salida esperando en el carril de pasajeros. Ningún padre debe venir a la puerta principal para recoger a un niño a la salida. ¡Quédese en su coche!

* Si su hijo viaja en una camioneta de la guardería después de la escuela, se debe llamar a la guardería cuando su hijo salga temprano de la escuela.

 Si tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese con nuestra secretaria de asistencia, Malika Muhammad por correo electrónico a malika1.muhammad@cms.k12.nc.us o llamando a la escuela al 980-343-6070.


 




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