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Uniform Policy




  • White or Light Blue Polo, Dress Shirt or Blouse
  • Navy Blue Sweater (Optional)


  • White or Light Blue Polo or Dress Shirt
  • Navy Blue Sweater (Optional)


  • Solid Navy Blue Uniform Pants, Shorts, Skirt, Skort, or Jumper
  • Shorts, Skorts, Skirts, and Jumpers must be fingertip level
  • Plain Black or Brown Leather Belt must be worn if the garment has belt loops


  • Solid Navy Blue Uniform Pants or Shorts
  • Plain Black or Brown Leather Belt must be worn if the garment has belt loops


Solid Black Shoes


Solid Black Shoes

Additional Uniform Information

  • All Uniform clothing must fit appropriately
  • Shits must be tucked in at all times
  • Sandals and Flip Flops are not permitted
  • Headdresses may be worn for religious purposes only
  • A parent will be contacted for a change of clothing if the student is in violation of the uniform policy
  • Continued uniform violations of the uniform policy will result in disciplinary actions
  • Uniform items may be purchased at a store of your choice

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ClassDojo will be the two-way communication application that all staff will utilize to speak with parents/guardians. It is the expectation that all parents/guardians are connected to ClassDojo by the close of the 1st week of school. It is the responsibility of all parents/guardians to check ClassDojo frequently for communication from teachers, as well as Flintstone Elementary School.   

Conference Requests/Calls To Teachers

We welcome and encourage parent involvement in your child’s education. Teachers schedule formal report card conferences at least once a year.  Parents are encouraged to communicate with teachers utilizing ClassDojo.  You may contact the school office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. with a message for a teacher.  If you wish to schedule a conference with the Principal, teacher, or other staff members, please be certain to call our office 24 hours ahead of time to request your appointment.  Our schedules frequently do not allow time for unscheduled conferences during the instructional day.

Emergency Contact Forms

It is the responsibility of each parent/guardian to ensure that Flintstone Elementary School has an Emergency Contact Form on file. The form communicates to staff what they need to know about you and your child in an emergency situation.  It is the expectation that every time a phone number changes the Emergency Form will be updated. Students will not be released to anyone who is not listed in SchoolMax, emergency form, or birth certificate.Should we not have an Emergency Contact Form on file or be unable to get in touch with parent/guardian when we need to, the School District’s Pupil Personnel Worker (PPW), police department, and Child Protective Service may be contacted.  In addition, wellness checks may also be conducted by the police department.

Grading Policy

Administrative Policy 5121.1

Grading Policy Website: Grading and Reporting

Below is an overview of the policies, however all educators are expected to be knowledgeable of these policies and procedures in full. This information comes from Administrative Procedure 5121.1 linked above. 

  1. Prekindergarten Levels
    • Levels 1 - 4: developmental levels leading up to approximately three years of age;
    • Level 5: approximately three years of age;
    • Levels 6 - 7: progress toward entry to kindergarten;
    • Level 8: approximate entry to kindergarten;
    • Level 9: approximate end of kindergarten.
  1. Kindergarten and Grade 1
    • PR = Proficient – child can demonstrate indicator independently 90 – 100%
    • IP = In Process – child can reliably demonstrate indicator 80 – 89%
    • EM = Emerging – child demonstrates indicator with assistance 70 – 79%
    • ND = Needs Development - child does not demonstrate indicator 50 – 69% 
  1. Grades 2 – 5
    • A = Excellent progress at the level of instruction indicated 90 – 100%
    • B = Above Average progress at the level of instruction indicated 80 – 89%
    • C = Average progress at the level of instruction indicated 70 – 79%
    • D = Below Average progress at the level of instruction indicated 60 – 69%
    • E = Unsatisfactory progress (failure) at the level of instruction indicated below 60%
    • I = Incomplete. The “I” grade may be used for elementary students who have been lawfully absent from school and have not had an opportunity to make up missed work in a timely manner.
    • P = Pass (credit bearing). F = Fail (not credit bearing). 

Reading Level 

  • ABL = Above Grade Level
  • OGL = On Grade Level
  • BL = Below Grade Level
  • Below Grade Level (BGL), On Grade Level (OGL), and Above Grade Level (AGL) designations on report cards should be determined by weighing multiple forms of assessments; formative and summative. 

Factors used to determine K – 5 student grades include the following: (see attachment)

  • Class Work
  • Independent Assignments
  • Assessments


Students needing medication while at school must have a completed “PHYSICIAN’S MEDICATION AUTHORIZATION FOR PRESCRIPTION AND NONPRESCRIPTION MEDICATION” form to be completed by the doctor. You may obtain this form from the school. This form must be updated every year.  Medication must be brought to school in the pharmacy’s prescription container labeled with the child’s name, dosage, directions, and duration of time medication is to continue.  All medication is kept locked in the school’s health room for the safety and well-being of the students. Should your child need medication at school the appropriate medical forms must be on file with the school nurse prior to the medication being administered at school.  Please do not send any medicine to school or ask us to send it home with a child.  As with prescription medication, the nurse is not permitted to give your child aspirin, cough drops, or any over the counter medications without the properly completed forms.

Money/Valuables/ Personal Possessions

Under normal circumstances children should not bring any money to school.  You will be advised when teachers ask students to bring money for field trips, school pictures, book clubs or fundraisers.  Do not allow your child to bring toys, trading cards, sports equipment or electronics of any kind to school.  The school does not assume responsibility for students’ possessions, which may be misplaced, lost or stolen.  All such items confiscated by teachers or administration will be locked in the office and returned only to a parent/guardian.  

Parent Volunteers Chaperones Parent Ambassadors

Parent volunteering in the classroom benefits students, parents, teachers, and the school. These benefits focus on student achievement, school events, field trips, career awareness, and communication. Parents are allowed to volunteer time and service. Examples of volunteer experiences are listed below.

  • School Beautification
  • Cutting and Laminating items
  • Monitoring Recess
  • Organizing Classroom and Office
  • Bulletin Board Set-up and Take Down
  • Chaperone Field Trips
  • Labeling and Preparing Class Materials
  • Main Office Support
  • Creating Class Centers or Activity
  • Parent Ambassador
  • Fundraiser Assistance
  • Schoolwide Events (Field Day, Career Day, Awards Ceremonies, PBIS Events)
  • Promotion Ceremonies (Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and Fifth Grade)

PGCPS District requires parents to complete the volunteer process.  This process is lengthy and may require 6-8 weeks to complete the process.  This means we need to get the volunteer process complete ahead of time.  If you would like to know the status of your Volunteer Process, please contact

Parent Code of Conduct

Just as our students have a Code of Conduct to follow while at school, Prince George’s County Public School System created a Code of Conduct for Families, Volunteers, and Visitors. Flintstone Elementary School will hold all visitors accountable for appropriate behavior.  Failure to adhere to these policies could result in visitors being banned from the school for up to a year.  Remember we are the models for our students.

Reporting Student Progress/Report Cards

Interim Progress Reports will be issued at the middle of the quarter for all students. Final report cards are issued after the close of the school year. Report cards are completed four times a year. As Prince George’s County has adopted a SchoolMax Family Portal, parents will be required to look online for their child’s progress report and report cards. 

Parent/Teacher conferences have been scheduled for twice a year. Parents may request additional conferences by contacting the school.  If your child appears to be having difficulties, do not wait until the scheduled conferences, call the school and schedule a convenient time to meet with your child’s teacher.  You may also utilize ClassDojo to speak directly with your child’s teacher.

School Visits

This section is in accordance with Prince George’s County Administrative Procedure 0500 - School Visitors. Upon arrival at the building, parents must use the intercom system and state their name and purpose. Upon confirmation of a predetermined meeting, visitors will be buzzed in and directed to report to the office. In the office, the visitor must present a current government issued I.D. Once scanned into the Raptor system, parents will be issued a badge which must be worn at all times while in building. The parent will then be escorted to their designated meeting. Permission to visit the school may be rescinded if the visitor does not comply with the stated purpose of visit or violates any policy or procedure. 

Classroom observations and/or conferences by parents/guardians must be arranged with administration at least 72 hours in advance. The rules for classroom observations are as follows:

  1. Visitors can not interfere with the classroom activities of any student in the class. 
  2. Parents/guardians will not be allowed to interact with their child or any other student. 

Parents will be unable to speak with the teacher. Should you need to conference with the teacher, please contact them on ClassDojo to schedule an appointment.

Bullying, Harassment or Intimidation

Bullying, harassment or intimidation is not tolerated in Prince George's County Public Schools. If you suspect that your child is being bullied, you should complete and submit a Bullying, Harassment or Intimidation Reporting Form. Prior to completing the form please ensure that your child has communicated the concerns to an adult at the school. The reporting form can be obtained from our Counselor, the Main Office, or

Child Abuse/Neglect

School personnel are required by state law to notify Child Protective Services about possible neglect or abuse.  Discipline measures from parents or other adults that leave bruises or wounds on a child must be reported for further investigation.