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FAQS

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Frequently Asked Questions

What time does school begin?

Primary carline begins at 8:00am.

Kindergarten through Grade 3 carline begins at 7:45am.

 

What time does school end?

Primary carline ends at 2pm.

Kindergarten through Grade 3 carline ends at 3pm.

 

Is there anything available for my child when the school day is over?

We offer enriching after school activities for Primary through Kindergarten students in a variety of areas such as sports, science, and art.

 

We have also partnered with Haverty Hollow, a third party after school program who will pick your child up from school and take them to their facility where they will

 

How will you help my child transition into their new school?

A Bucks Student Ambassador and staff member will give your child a tour around the school to help them become familiar with spaces and places, and also to give your child an opportunity to ask any questions they may have in an informal environment. New students will also be assigned a partner or a buddy in their class who will serve as a guide to help new students learn rules and routines. In addition, our teachers and staff have a wealth of experience with helping new students to settle in and feel safe.

What extracurriculars or specials will my child attend during the school day?

Spanish, art, music, and physical exercise are infused throughout the curriculum for Primary students.

 

Kindergarten through Grade 3 students attend one extracurricular each day. Extracurriculars include art, music, Spanish, physical education, and Genius Hour in the Makerspace Lab.

 

When will my child be taught reading and writing?

Reading and writing skills are taught from age 2 and older. Buckhead Prep teaches the individual child. Teachers meet students where they are at academically and continually take them to the next level of academic achievement.

How does the school communicate important news and events?

The school communicates severe weather and other emergency situations via phone, text, and/or email. Staff and/or teachers send emails on a weekly basis with class and school happenings, pictures, and announcements.