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AHERA law pertaining to the asbestos-containing materials in school rule 40.CFR Part 763.93 (G) (4) requires that all local education agencies shall provide written notification to parent, teacher, and employee organizations of the availability of the Asbestos Management Plan and the AHERA-mandated 3-year

reinspection.  The AHERA Management Plan and the 1994 3-year reinspection findings for this building are located in the school office.  They are available for review during regular school hours, Monday through Friday, any day school is in session.

In order to provide a safe environment for children who, for whatever reason, are not picked up on time or for those students who are returned to school by the bus drivers, the following procedures will be in place for ALL Troy elementary schools.  Our intent is to guarantee the safety of your child.

School personnel will make every effort to contact parents or person designated on the emergency card and inform them of the fact that the child is still at school.

At 4:05 p.m., children whose parents have not arrived to pick them up shall be taken to the after school CARE Program.  A copy of the child’s emergency card will accompany the child.  CARE personnel will be informed of the situation and the child will stay at CARE until he or she can be released to a parent, guardian, or person listed on the emergency card.

In order to insure the safety of the student, the same procedure will be followed when a student is dropped off before 8:25 a.m.

Care Company will charge the following and the fee will be collected when you pick your child up.

1st occasion:  $10 per hour per child

The Troy School District participates in the Drug Free Schools program, and as required by that program, this notice is to inform all students, staff and parents that the use of illicit drugs and the unlawful possession and use of alcohol is wrong and harmful.
There is a strict policy regarding dispensing of medication in public schools.  School personnel are not allowed to give medication to students without doctors’ written authorization.  This also includes over the counter medicines and cough drops.  The medication MUST be in the bottle from the pharmacy with the name of the medication and dosage given.  The “Authorization for Medication” form is available in the school office.
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