Family Student Handbook

Mulvey Family / Student Handbook


School Day Hours

The starting time for all Mulvey students is 9:12 a.m.  Students are to enter the building and proceed directly to their classrooms.  If your child is a walker, please be certain that they arrive no earlier than 9:00 as there is no outdoor supervision until that time.  If your child is driven to school, please drop them off on East Sycamore Street, which is located on the south side of the building.  Please do not park or pull up in front of the building.  This area is for buses only.  Bus students should refer to their bus pass for appropriate pick-up and drop-off times and locations.  For all questions related to busing, please call Suffolk Transportation at 631-665-3245.

Dismissal begins at 3:02.  All walkers will be dismissed on East Sycamore Street.  When picking up your child, please remember to park legally.  For the safety of children, please do not double park on East Sycamore Street.  Your child will be walked out of the building by a teacher aide.  Please instruct anyone picking up your child to wait at the gates to assist us in providing a safe and orderly dismissal.

Communication / Phone Numbers


Early Pick-up

You will need to be 18 years of age and provide a valid photo ID when picking up your child.  Should you send someone to pick up your child, their name must appear on the emergency card.  Please let the office know, no later than 2:00, if you are making alternate dismissal plans.  Please try to avoid signing your child out early.  Your child should only be signed out for emergencies or doctor appointments only.  NO CHILD WILL BE RELEASED AFTER 2:45 WITHOUT PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS.  IF YOU ARRIVE AFTER 2:45 YOUR CHILD WILL BE DISMISSED AT THE REGULAR TIME UTILIZING THEIR STANDARD METHOD OF DISMISSAL.


Be sure children attend school daily.  If your child is absent, an excuse note must be given to the teacher upon his/her return to school.  If your child is late to school, you must enter the building with your child and sign them in.  Trimester awards will be given to students with 100% attendance.

Breakfast in the Classroom

All students will receive a free and nutritious breakfast upon arriving to homeroom.  The weekly schedule will be sent home to families on the first day of school and will be available for viewing on the district website.  Homeroom is considered the first 15 minutes of the day.  Your child must be in attendance during homeroom to receive breakfast.


Transportation to and from your child’s school is the responsibility of the Suffolk Transportation Bus Company.  If the bus is late or does not come, please do not call the school.  Please call the bus company @ (631) 665-3245.  However, if there are any problems on the bus, to or from school, please let us know so that action can be taken as soon as possible.


Students entering the First and Third grade are required to submit an updated Physical Form.  These forms are available at school or upon request may be sent home in your childs backpack.  You can also download a copy from the District Website.  Please see the Health Information Link for detailed information regarding health forms and immunization.


Uniform Dress Code

The school board has adopted a uniform dress code for grades K-8.  Students are to wear blue or Khaki pants, skirts or jumpers, no jeans, a white/light blue shirt with long or short sleeves or turtle neck and dress shoes, no sneakers.  

GYM DAYS - Blue Sweat pants and a t-shirt with jeans and sneakers.  



Your child will have a 20 minute lunch period and a 20 minute recess period.  Al students will receive lunch free of cost. In order to continue this program, we will need you to complete the Community Eligibility Forms at Meet the Teacher Night.


School Rules

Students are not permitted to wear hats, have cell phones or have any potentially dangerous weapons in school.  please refer to the student code of conduct located in the Districts School Calendar for specifics related to appropriate student conduct as well as diciplinary actions.

We have a zero tolerance policy for Physical Contact during fights.  The fist offence results in 5 days of in school detention and a letter of notification to the parent.  The second offence is a out of school suspension.


BUS Discipline Reports

 Suffolk Transportation submits bus referrals to the main office when a situation occurs on the bus that could endanger the safety of others.  Once a bus referral is received in the office, the children specified in the incident will report to the office for a conference with the principal.  Progressive discipline will be followed.  First offence is an individual conference/warning. The parents will be contact with written notification.  The second offence will result in a discipline conference, Lunch detention and a phone call to the parent indicating that should there be a third offence, the child will be suspended from transportation services for the period of one week.