Policies & procedures
To support our mission of providing an exceptional education to all students, we have created policies designed to help your student have the best possible education experience.
- COVID-19 & School Operations
- Student Code of Conduct & Handbook (PDF)
- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) (PDF)
- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)-Spanish (PDF)
- Parent Involvement
Visit the Policies page on the district website for additional polices and related information.
Campus Improvement Plan
A Campus Improvement Plan serves as the blueprint for how a campus will address performance objectives and other campus needs that have been identified from a Campus Needs Assessment.
The Campus Parent Involvement Policy explains how our campus supports the important role of parents in the education of their children. We offer a Parent Compact to establish a partnership among parents, school staff, and students for improving student academic achievement.
Attendance and absences
Regular attendance is essential for your child to achieve and learn at their maximum potential. Students are considered tardy after 8:10 a.m. View district information about attendance so that you are aware of how to monitor your child's attendance.
Please follow the guidelines below when your child is absent:
- Write a note and send it to school with you child after he/she has been absent.
- When a student is absent for more than 3 consecutive days, a doctor note is required for a student to be excused.
- For early dismissal, please report to the school office so your child can be called from the classroom.
School visitation and parent conferences
For the safety of all our students at Bradfield Elementary, please follow these guidelines:
- Visitors should sign in at the front desk of the office when first arriving. All visitors and volunteers must show a photo id at the front office to sign in.
- If you need to make contact with your child or his/her teacher, the office staff will assist you.
- When you check in at the office, you will receive a visitor's badge. The badge identifies you as an authorized visitor and notifies the staff that you have signed in.
- Each fall and spring, we will be contacting parents to set up a time for conferences. However, if you feel a need for an additional conference, please call the office and one will be scheduled for you as soon as possible.
Children leaving during school hours
If you need to pick up your child during school hours, you must come to the office and sign them out. Also, you must know your child's GISD ID number and show picture ID before your child will be released.
All medication brought to school by a student must be prescribed medication and in a properly labeled bottle. All medication will be kept locked in a cabinet in the clinic. The clinic is in the office. It is the responsibility of the student to report to the clinic to take his/her medication.
The guidelines for schools that have adopted the standardized policy are as follows:
- Red, navy or white polo-style shirts (short or long sleeve, no logos)
- Red, navy or white sweaters or sweatshirts
- Navy or khaki slacks or shorts of a modest length (approximately 2 inches above the
- knee or longer)
- Girls may also choose navy, khaki or plaid skirts, skorts, capris, or jumpers of a modest
- length (approximately 2 inches above the knee or longer; plaids should be a red/blue
Note: Each school has the option to choose specific days when alternative clothing may be worn. Examples: School Spirit Day, College Day, Career Day, Free-Dress Day, etc.)
Online Student Services requests
Do you need to enroll your child, request a transfer, withdraw or request a transcript? It's easy to start common processes at home. Visit the Online Student Services page to get started.
If you have additional questions, please contact the campus data clerk: