Valentine's Day Deliveries/Procedures
Broken Bow Schools will be closed on Valentine's Day, but BBHS and RJMS will accept deliveries on Thursday, February 13th. Other sites may have differing procedures for Valentine's Day - please contact your individual buildings not mentioned here for more information.
Procedures to be followed for Broken Bow High School.
1. There are to be NO unauthorized persons in the hallways of the school. Safety is of the utmost importance.
2. Deliveries will not be accepted after 1:00 pm.
3. Deliveries will be accepted at the library only.
4. ONLY library staff will organize and deliver individual items to students and staff.
5. Realize that items WILL NOT be delivered immediately. We have perfected a process that allows packages to be delivered without negatively impacting classroom instruction time and minimizing distractions and storage issues.
6. Be aware of how students will get packages home. Balloons ARE NOT ALLOWED on buses.
Procedures for Rector Johnson Middle School.
Please assist us with ease of delivery of gifts for your students for Valentines Day. Due to the number of deliveries made to our school on that day, it takes a lot of time and organization for our staff to intake the deliveries, sort them and get them out to the students while trying to protect instructional time. Earlier this week each student was given a handout that contains Valentine gift tags. The tags should be completed by parent prior to gift being delivered in person by parent to the school. The tag asks for Student name, grade level and what 2 classes the student has the last two periods of school (so 6th hour class and 7th hour class). Your child knows what they have these 2 periods so please ask them so you will know what to place on the tag OR what to tell the flower shop when you call to place the order. (You can also access what your child has those 2 periods through Powerschool if you set up your account already.) We have delivered extra tags to the flowers shops for them to complete prior to delivery to our school. Thanks again for your help and understanding.