Policies & procedures

Standardized dress

Please review Weaver's printable dress code letter (English or Spanish). 

You may also read about the District standardized Dress Code for further concerns.


  • Hair - Students shall wear their hair above their eyes, well-groomed, and clean at all times. Extreme modes of hair design and color will not be allowed (examples: mohawk cuts, designs cut into hair or raised in hair).

  • Male students are not permitted to wear earrings or make-up.

  • Hats, caps, bandanas, or sweatbands are not worn in the school building.

  • Weaver is a Standardized Dress School and requires specific clothing which is detailed in the Dress Code link above.

  • Any disruptive or distractive mode of clothing or appearance that adversely impacts the educational process is not acceptable.

Visitors to Weaver

To enhance the security of the campus, all visitors must check in at the office for a visitor's pass.        All visitors must present a valid Government issued identification card.

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:

Edna Tirado Cruz



District policies

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.

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.

Title 1

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.

Parent Involvement Policy

Parent-School Learning Compact, Grades Pre-K – 5th