In order to ensure the safe drop off and pick up of your child (children), we have modified our drop off and pick up procedures.
Morning Drop Off: (8:30 - 8:40)
There will be three separate drop off lines to safely drop students without exiting your vehicles at the back of the school. These doors will open at 8:30 and close at 8:40. Children should not be left unattended. You must remain with your child until dropped of at a designated door with a staff member.
Door #1: Kindergarten
Parents should proceed to the back of the Reilly School following the traffic pattern remaining to the far right and continuing around the far cul de sac and to the first drop off door (Door #1).
Door #2: Grades 3 & 4
Parents should proceed to the back of the Reilly School following the traffic pattern past the first left turn (but not as far as the cul de sac) and continuing to the second drop off door (Door #2).
Door #3: Grades 1 & 2
Parents should proceed to the back of the Reilly School following the traffic pattern to the first left and continuing to the third set of doors nearest to the music room(Door #3).
Pre – Kindergarten Drop off / Pickup (8:30 / 11:00; 12:20 / 2:50)
Parents dropping their child (children) off for PreK should park along the side walk in front of the playground (not in the driveway). A staff member will escort your child into the school.
The school will no longer honor a change in the pick up plan after 2:00pm unless there is an emergency.
This year, there is limited busing offered for general education students in grades K -4 who live 2 miles or more from Reilly. As a result, we are expecting a large volume of car riders and walkers this year for students who are In-Person.
We are also lining up all students outside before entering the building. The grade level line locations will be established at the previous mentioned pick up anddrop off doors and paw prints have been painted on the ground to help students follow social distancing guidelines properly. Teachers and support staff will be outside during morning drop off.
The first two weeks or so will be an opportunity for us to work out any flaws in this system so hopefully we can get a smooth and efficient dismissal routine down.