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The Freeport Baldwin Leader. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1987-current, August 24, 1989, Image 16

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Student transportation in village depends on location £ The Freeport Umoa Free ^ S d ioolO i^tK t operates contract ^ school b u M withia the distrkt mad uses public service c a n k r s to f5 fum b h transportation for pupils m e e t in g c e r t a i n e l i g i b i l t t y spcdficatioftt. PupUi attCDdicig Kindergarten m e ONE^TOP UGHTW6 CEWTiA OF u (Stt)Fn% 46 S 0 Showroora Hosira; Mon. • Thur. M blO. F i t *-«. S a t KS o u » 6Lecrmo(L s t m y COUNTER » 0F6N A pm jiMm • n m . a « a f • m M * a IN PAIN? SEE A MEDICAL DOCTOR WHO SPECIALIZES IN YOUR PROBLEM - «BacfcPaui •TendonttufBaraitis *tfeekAMdSkMUerFaiit •KnetAUtPain • PtncAcdNervo, Sciatica • S troto. Any f ariow • ArtMdt •SpcrtsMtOoM * Carpal Tbmel S^pidrome FRANCINE GROSS MOSHKOVSKI, Mi). PkydcoiMeduit\eAi\dR(HoiHliiadoH Pedn Uana^cmeriX Ercntag SSoDday Hoars AvaUmbk 2520 Unden Lane 868-PAIN Merrick or.&Moaa*nkvub.iM* THE COUNSEUNG & P sy c h o t h e r a p y G r o u p Shaul Rabtnow ttz,Ph.D . N.Y.S. Uc. Psychologist, Director Phobias • Anxieties Behavior/Conduct Problems Adjustment To Life Stresses Depression Our Certified Professionals Specialize in fyeatment of Children & Adolescents We have expert in woridng co-operatively^ Parents, Famaves and School Systems Uomi InmuranoM fM m b um By AppoantmootOnly 124 MftrrickAvfti, Merrick 86&8401 MmoaattM Oflka (212} 4 2 7 ^ 7 Now In Merrick jazzzci^aise \ T h i s A d B n tI U e s Y o u T o I Four I FREE C lasses I I WKh The P u rchase Of Four CU aaaa lOae- OteExpIrwaaMi Mol To e* CecabM Wtb Afiy OO mt OSw * BabrattOng AvalmUo FofAJiCiMMa 783-7849 in dbtrkt Khools may be fu^ nished transportation if their homes are located oncs)uarter mile o r more from the public or private school which they attend, while students in Grades 1 through 4 izuy receive transpor­ tation if their homes arc located one-half mile o r more from their public o r private district s ^ o o l Grade 5 and 6 students can be given ^ i n g if tbeii homes are locaud one mile or more from the d ittik i school they attend. schools outride the Freeport this transportation. School D istrict may receive transportitiofl service if (hey Uve M a d lcal b u t p t t t e * between one-quarter and 1S n uks from the school which they Medical bus passei are avails- attend, and pupils in Grades 1 ble for students who require th r o u ^ 4 may teedre (ranspor- transportation due to a severe tation service if they live between pb^aical impairment To secure a one-half and IS miles from the out-of-district school which they attend. Pupils in Grades 5 and 6 may be given bus service if they live between one and IS miles from medical bus pass for a child, par­ ents must submit a written request to the Health OfTice for an examination o f the child b y a Khool physidaa. The sdiool doc­ tor will t ^ n make a rteommefs- (urtushed ttansportaiion if t h a t hom o a re located'one-and-one- half a u k s o r more from the pub­ lic o r private district school winch they attend. O u tsid a t h « d istric t P o p 2 s inG n d e s 7 tol2m s y b e tbeir schools, while Grades 7 dariontotbeC q m a itteeonS p e - ----------- -- through l i students can reedve cial Education, wludt will then transportation service if they Use render its d edrion o n the pass, between one-and-one-half a ^ IS Students must n o t carry large miles from the Khool which they or bulky objects on tite bos aiteatL becauK of the safety hazards An ouK f-district transports- which they create, d u c a ts a r t tlon applkarion must have been asked to osopecite with this and fikd with the D u trict Trans{Mr- all bus transportation rules and C h ildren in K indergarten uU o n Office on o r before April 1, regulations, i n d u i n g the u k of classes in private parochial l9S 9 f o rapopiltobecU g ibkfor seatbelts. Progress reports issued regularly in Freeport Regular progress reports are issued to parents ia both (be Freeport e k m entary and secon­ dary sdiools. Written reports for Kinder­ garten through Grade 6 students home to p ^ t t t s in J une. for a meeting o n November 7, the In addition to (he K h e d u k d <iaie m i aside this year for ek- progressreports,t«cherscottUct mentary Khool parent-teacher the parents o f pupils whoK pro- conferences. In addition, parents gress they fed is significantly of e k m e n u ry school children are below their level o f k a m ing abil- invited to conununicate with aredistributedeverytena-eeksto Uy o r who are failing to complete iheir child's prindpal o r teacher be taken home to parents, and students in Grades 7 to 12 receive report c ardsfor the first three ten- week marking periods, with the final report card being mailed assignments. Parents of children in Pre- Kindergarten through Grade 6 will be contacted early in the school jear about setting a time OLD HARBOUR MARINA 2 4 7 9 Ariler C o u rt. S e a ford Boat & Motor Rentals • Balt & Tackle Gas • Summer Dockage • Winter Storage Coffee Shop Sr. Citizen Discount TUes., Wed. A TTturs. For Pesarvaskn Crik 7 8 5 * 0 3 5 8 10^0 OFF New Customers w ad Exp. 11/2589 DR. M ARTIN G . M ILLER , PODIATRIST Medical & Suipcal Foot Care 11A ATLANTIC AVENUE • FREEPORT OassSdwdia lle(i.4W*d TMftm Tu*.aT>wn. SMOan* United Uethodlst Church 142 SllentkAve,,lMrrlck {EtOanca k 6adk Of Oarch Cto IM aVM mdiAd^ • Office Hours & House Calls • Most Insurance Plans Accepted Call 867-0560 FOR a p p o i n t m e n t Free Consultation ‘ Children's & Adults' Foot Care whenever they wish to discuss ihcir child) progress. Arrange- m e n u for a conferertce may be made either by phoning the Khool office o r by rending a writ­ ten request to the principal or teacher. A d m i n i s t r a t o r s , g u id a n c e counselors, and teachers also vk'clcoroe the opportunity to confer with parents o f students in Grades 7 to 12. Student records Student records are confiden­ tial and will Only be released to parents or legal guardians o f stu­ dents under 18 >ears of age if uritten consent of a parent or guardian is presented. Ifstudents are over 18>eariofage. onlythey can consent to the release of their educational records. School Board Polic)- 5 1 2$ gov- ^ ems the regulation of student records and contains the proce- ^ dures as to the right of access to ^ student records. Copies of this I are available in each school building. Application fot access to student records should ^ be obtained from the District ^ O e rk at 235 North Ocean ^ As-enue, Freeott. There is a 25 cent fee for each page of copy, except transcripu whid) cost $1. 785-3311 c . - i •. Now Rogttttrfne For Tho Fall HV.8. Regtiwed Nurtary School ft KmOar^nan p.m.1 P.H. SOMton fl pum.-4 pwi.) M W -On WMI Umeft 11 a j n . . 4 p jn. 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