Athlos Academy Utah

Student Safety

Click Here to view the School Safety Plan Parent Letter.

Click Here to view Visitor and Volunteer information including check in procedures. 

Click Here to review the Drop Off and Dismissal packet. This packet includes valuable information, as well as the Loading and Unloading zones and map. See below for more information

 

 

Drop Off Procedures:

Students are to arrive no earlier than 8 am (15 minutes prior to the start of classes). If your student will be eating breakfast at school, please note that service will begin at 7:30 am and students are to remain in the cafeteria until the main doors open at 8 am. Students are not to be on the playground before school.

Students must be dropped off only in the designated Loading Zone. Follow the entrance and exit route on the map. Notice there are two lanes going the same direction all the way through the driving route. Be sure to pull all the way up to the car in front of you as this will help move traffic along and keep waiting cars off the main road. An attendant will be on site each morning to assist students with crossing the Loading Zone. They will also help direct traffic.

Our number one concern is student safety. Please be patient. Please be kind.

Dismissal Procedures:

Students are to be picked up no more than 30 minutes after school ends (4:00 pm). Students may only remain in the building longer if they are participating in a supervised activity approved by administration. Please do not check your child out of school “early” after 3:15 pm. The office staff’s primary duty at this time of day is preparing for a safe dismissal.

 
 
Driveline- Driveline is an app that helps to keep students safe at dismissal. It allows for students to be released from class at the end of the day in a very organized manner. Here's how it works: Students will gather their materials at the end of the day and return to their seats. Teachers will display the Driveline screen on the board. As cars pull in the pick up line, a number will be entered into the app. (if you want to volunteer to assist with this process, please talk to Director Thompson). Once a number has been entered into the app, the associated student (or students) name will pop up in the classroom. This is the teacher's cue to release that student from class.

Teachers will be stationed around the school to assist students in safely loading cars. Please contact the front office if you need help getting your family’s assigned Driveline number.

SNAP - SNAP stands for "Student Neighborhood Access Program". The city, the school, and UDOT all work together to identify the safest routes for student to walk and bike to school. Please talk with the front office if you have questions about the safest walking or biking route for your child.