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American Community School
67 Nigeria Street, Jel El Bahr, Ras Beirut, Lebanon 2035-8003
01-374 370 Ext. 150

 

Student Handbook III (FAQ)

Student Handbook 2008 - 2009 Continued
  1. Should I see the school nurse if I am not feeling well?
  2. Who will give me my medicine if I am sick?
  3. May I call home if I forget something that I should have brought to sc
  4. May I call home if I want to go home with a friend after school?
  5. Where should I look for lost items? (jacket, bags, etc.)
  6. What if I forget my books or my jacket in the classroom?



Should I see the school nurse if I am not feeling well?

You need to tell your teacher if you feel unwell or if you are injured. If
your teacher finds that you need to see the nurse, she will give you a pass
to the office. Office staff will call the nurse to be sure she is available
before you are sent there. The nurse will call your parents if she finds
that you are seriously ill. If you are injured during the school day and
the nurse suspects a fracture, she will take you to the hospital for an X-
ray.
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Who will give me my medicine if I am sick?

All medications are given by the school nurse. Your parents need to inform
the nurse in writing about what, when, and how much you should take.
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May I call home if I forget something that I should have brought to sc

No, you may not call home for this reason.
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May I call home if I want to go home with a friend after school?

No, the school needs a letter from you parents giving you permission to
leave with a friend after school.
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Where should I look for lost items? (jacket, bags, etc.)

We advise that you write your name and class section on all items you think
may get lose. However, in case you need to look for a lost item, you may
check in the Lower School Office.
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What if I forget my books or my jacket in the classroom?

You need to pack properly before dismissal time. Classes are locked at 3:30
PM and there is no way to get into the classroom after that time.
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