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  Mission Statement  

 

Mission

 

The mission of Moline Elementary School is to provide a positive, respectful and safe learning environment where all students reach their highest potential to become successful, responsible citizens.
 
Vision

 

Moline Elementary will be the premier place where children are educated to become scholars, critical thinkers, self-starters, leaders, and citizens of outstanding character. We will implement both reflective and responsive teaching practices to meet the needs of our students. We will collaborate with families as partners in the learning process. We will create the best learning opportunities for all children. 

 

  About The School  

Uniform Policy

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DRESS CODE

 Students at Moline Elementary School are expected to dress in the best interest of the school environment.  This means to dress neatly, cleanly and appropriately.  Clothing that has profanity, alcohol or drugs, or that is sexually suggestive will not be permitted. 

 

 Mandatory Uniform Policy

A.            PANTS AND SLACKS 

  • Dark blue or khaki in color. (no denim)
  • No more than one size larger than their waist.
  • Fitted leg and hemmed.
  • Length is to the top of the shoe, not dragging on the floor.
  • Worn at the waist.
  • Belted if there are belt loops.
  • No contrasting outer stitching and/or metal rivets.
  • No baggy/sagging pants or slacks permitted.

 B.            SHORTS

 Dark blue or khaki in color. (no denim)

  • No more than one size larger than their waist.
  • Hemmed
  • No shorter than 3” above the knee.
  • Belted if there are belt loops.
  • Worn at the waist.

 C.            SKIRTS, SKORTS AND JUMPERS

 Dark blue or khaki in color. (no denim)

  • May not be worn shorter than 3” above the knee.
  • No longer than mid-calf.
  • Belted if there are belt loops.
  • Pleated, A-line, straight, gathered, or gored styles, jumpers and skirts.
  • Skirts with full length zippers or multi-zippers are not acceptable.

 D.            VESTS AND SWEATERS

 Dark solid blue or white in color. (NO LOGOS)

  • Long or short sleeve sweaters accepted.
  • Pullover, cardigan sweaters, or vests accepted.

 E.            TOPS (NO LOGOS)

 Any color Solid collared shirts.

  • Button-up or polo style, turtleneck, mock turtleneck. (no stripes)
  • All shirts must be tucked in.
  • No sleeveless shirts.
  • Clothing worn under tops can be any solid color.
  • Plain dark navy or plain white sweatshirts are acceptable.
  • No hooded or zippered sweatshirts.
  • Sweatshirts must be worn right side out.
  • School Spirit T-Shirts may only be worn on designated school spirit days.  Please see School Calendar in Family Handbook for dates.

 F.            BELTS

 Solid color belts - black, dark brown, dark blue or white.

  • Belts should fit, and end of the belt can be only a few inches past buckle.

 G.            SHOES, SOCKS AND SHOELACES

 All students must where closed toe shoes.  No sandals or flip flops are to be worn.

  • Athletic tennis shoes.
  • Dark solid colored leather type shoes.
  • Socks are to be solid white, dark blue or black.
  • Girls may wear skin toned pantyhose, white or blue tights or knee highs.
  • Shoelaces must be tied, not tucked in on the sides of the shoes.
  • No flip flops, crocs, high heels, jellies, roller shoes or unsafe shoes such as ballet type shoes.  Tennis shoes are a good choice.

 H.            TIES AND/OR BLAZERS

  •  Optional, but if worn must be solid blue. 

I.             JEWELRY 

  • Minimal and simple in nature and non-excessive.
  • Expensive jewelry is not recommended.
  • No plastic colored bracelets.
  • No large dangling earrings, bracelets, necklaces or medallion type necklaces.
  • Any lost or stolen jewelry is not the responsibility of the school or district.   School personnel have the right to ask a student to remove his/her jewelry for safety reasons.

 J.             NOT ACCEPTABLE

 Oversized clothing.

  • Hats, caps, berets, bandanas, and chains hooked to wallets, belts, keys, etc.
  • Stretch pants, stirrup pants, spandex, bib type sweatpants, “Dickie” style pants, biker shorts or denim materials.
  • Scarves, outer jackets or coats in school building.
  • Short shorts, thigh-hi stockings.
  • Bare midriff or tank tops. 

K.            OTHER 

  • Parents are encouraged to label all clothing worn to school.  This is especially important for coats, sweaters, hats, mittens, etc.
  • Special non-uniform days will be scheduled throughout the year for special events. (picture day) and as a reward for group accomplishments. (classroom with perfect attendance, etc.)
  • Students should not wear or bring to school any clothing and/or accessories that may distract the learning environment.

 


School Hours

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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HOURS

 

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday- 8:05 a.m. until 3:05 p.m.

  • Breakfast will be served from 7:45 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
  • Students are considered tardy to school after 8:05 a.m.
  • Students must report to the office to obtain the mandatory tardy slip so that they can be admitted to class. 

Students are not allowed to enter the building before 7:45 a.m.

 

  Late Start Wednesdays 

 

Wednesday- 9:05 a.m. until 3:05 p.m. - Until the end of March

  • Breakfast will be served from 8:45 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
  • Students are considered tardy to school after 9:05 a.m.
  • Students must report to the office to obtain the mandatory tardy slip so that they can be admitted to class. 

Students are not allowed to enter the building before at 8:45 a.m.

The Riverview Gardens School District Social Worker will be notified regarding students arriving to school unsupervised.

 We highly encourage parents to supervise students until the school building opens.  Students will not be supervised by school  staff until the start times indicated above. Due to the high amount of car traffic, students should not participate in playing in  the cross walks while waiting to enter the building. 

 Early Dismissal is at 12:50 p.m.

If a child is to be dismissed early, the parent must come to the school office to sign the child out on the proper form. Appropriate identification is required.  Students will not be released to individuals not identified on student contact information forms.  Students will not be dismissed for early dismissal after 12:30 p.m.

 


About the School

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MOLINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

9865 Winkler Drive - St. Louis - MO 63136  ---  (314) 868-9829

Ms. Amber White , Principal

Ms. Hylle Shepard, Secretary III

Ms. Alexandera Upton, Attendance Secretary 

 

  

Mission

The mission of Moline Elementary School is to provide a positive, respectful and safe learning environment where all students reach their highest potential to become successful, responsible citizens.
 
Vision

Moline Elementary will be the premier place where children are educated to become scholars, critical thinkers, self-starters, leaders, and citizens of outstanding character. We will implement both reflective and responsive teaching practices to meet the needs of our students. We will collaborate with families as partners in the learning process. We will create the best learning opportunities for all children. 


School Supply List

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   KINDERGARTEN   1ST GRADE Continue
4     Elmer’s Glue Sticks     2    Black Wide Ruled Spiral Notebooks
24   Yellow Ticonderoga #2 Pencils                                    1    1” Heavy White Binder with Pockets
2     24 ct. Box of Crayola Crayons   1     Full Size Book Bag (No Wheels)  
1     1” White Binder     1    Ream White Paper  
4     Black Fine Tip Expo Dry Erase      1    Box of Sandwich Size Ziploc Bags  
       Markers             (Boys Only)    
1     Pkg. Washable Markers     1    Box of Gallon Size Ziploc Bags   
1     Pkg. Black Ink Pens           (Girls Only)    
2    Black Wide Ruled Spiral Notebooks 2    Clorox Disinfectant Wipes  
1    Pkg. 2 ct. Pink Erasers     2    Large Boxes of Facial Tissue
2    Plastic Yellow Folders with 3 prongs 1    Large Rolls of Paper Towels     
1    Standard Size Backpack (no wheels)        
2    Boxes of Tissues            
1    Container Clorox Wipes            
1    Rolls Paper Towels            
1    Box of Plastic Gallon Zip lock          2ND GRADE 
      Sandwich Baggies       (Boys only)   4    Box of 24 Crayons  
1    Box of Plastic Quart Zip lock            4    Glue Stick    
      Sandwich Baggies       (Girls only)   4    Large Erasers     
1    Change of clothing in a Labeled      1    Pkg. of Loose Leaf Paper  
      Zip Lock Bag       2    Notebooks (Wide Ruled, 1 Subject)
          2    Folders    
1ST GRADE    48  #2 Pencils w/ Pencil Top Erasers
3    Boxes of 24 Crayons     1    box Color Pencils  
24  # 2 Pencils (Ticondergo Brand)   1    Box of Washable Markers
4    Plastic Folders (Red, Yellow, Green, 1    Pkg. Dry Erase Markers  
      and Blue)       1    Pair of earbuds or head phones
4    Expo Dry Erase Markers     2    Box of Sandwich Size Ziploc Bags
1    Pack of Black Ink Pens     2    Box of Gallon Size Ziploc Bags
1    Pair of Earbuds or Head Phones   2    Container Clorox Wipes  
6    Elmers Extra Large Glue Sticks   3    Roll of Paper Towels  
1    Pair Scissors       3    Large Boxes of Facial Tissues
1    24 Count Color Pencils     2   Large Bottles of Hand Sanitizer
1    Small Supply Box            
2    Pink Large Erasers            
                 
                 
3RD GRADE          
2    Pkg. of 3x5 Index Cards            
8    Spiral Notebooks            
1    Pkg. 3 Hole Loose Leaf Paper          
      (500 Sheets – Wide Rule)          
6    Pocket Folders - Pronged (2 yellow,        
      2 red, and 2 green)            
6    Boxes of # 2 Pencils     5TH GRADE
2    Sticky Notes Pads 3”x3”     3   Pkg. of # 2 Pencils  
1    Pkg. of 4 Dry Erase Markers   2   Pkg. of 500 Sheets Loose Paper
3    Boxes of Facial Tissue     4   Pocket Folders    
2    Rolls Paper Towels       1   Box Washable Markers  
1    Large Bottles Hand Sanitizer   1   Pkg. Highlighters  
2    Container of Clorox Wipes   1   Box 24-48 Crayons     
          1   Pkg. of 12-24 Colored Pencils
4TH GRADE   4   5 Subject Note    
4    Solid Colored Wide-lined Spiral    2   Large Hand Sanitizer     
      Notebooks – 70 count     2   Box Disinfectant Wipes  
2    Pkg. Wide-Lined Loose Leaf    8   Boxes Facial Tissues  
      Notebook Paper            
2    Pkg. #2 Pencils with Erasers (No           
      Mechanical Pencils)            
2    Pkg. of Color Pencils            
1    Ruler              
3    Pkg. Blue / Black Ink Pens          
1    Pair of earbuds or head phones          
1    1 ½” 3 Ring Binder            
1    Pkg. of 4 Dry Erase Markers          
6    2 Pocket Folders            
2    Composition Notebook            
2    Pkg. Post-It Notes            
4    Glue Stick and Glue Bottles each          
1    Zippered Pencil Pouch (No Plastic          
      Boxes)                   
1    Box Disinfectant Wipes            
2    Large box of Tissue            
2    Rolls of Paper Towels            
                 

School Location

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Moline Elementary School is located at 9865 Winkler Dr, Saint Louis MO 63136. 

Moline Elementary School is a Public school that serves grade levels KG - 5.