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Frequently Asked Questions

For your convenience, we’ve compiled a list of the questions we hear most frequently. We also invite you to review our student handbook for more details or for clarification on our policies. If you still have questions, give us a call —we’re happy to help!

What grades does Stallworth Charter serve?

Stallworth enrolls students from kindergarten through 8th grade.

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How do I register my child at Stallworth?

We're happy to help you register your child for enrollment in Stallworth Charter School. You may see our Admission & Registration page for more information. Please visit our office to fill out the required paperwork, and bring the following with you:

  • Your child's birth certificate
  • Your child's up-to-date immunization record
  • Proof of address with parent/guardian name on a monthly utility bill
  • A report card or transcript from a former school

All students must have the above information to enroll. Kindergarten students must have a physical exam and report it on the health check-up form or fill out a health waiver and an oral examination form.

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Can parents visit the campus?

We welcome parent and guardian visits to the classroom and campus during regular school hours. Please visit the office to sign in before proceeding to your child’s classroom.

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What is the dress code at Stallworth Charter School?

We enforce a strict uniform policy. The uniform guidelines are as follows. 

Appropriate clothing for young ladies/girls:

  • Plaid, khaki, or navy blue skirts
  • Khaki or navy blue capris
  • Khaki or navy blue pants
  • Khaki or navy blue shorts (elementary girls only)
  • Striped oxford shirt with school logo White or navy blue polo shirt with school logo 

Appropriate clothing for young men/boys: 

  • Khaki or navy blue pants
  • Khaki or navy blue shorts*
  • Striped oxford shirt with school logo
  • White or navy blue polo shirt with school logo 

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What if my child must be absent from school?

We believe that attendance plays a key role in student achievement. We excuse a student absence for the following reasons:

  • Personal illness
  • Quarantine by county or city health officer
  • Medical, dental, optometric, or chiropractic appointments
  • Attendance at funeral services for a member of the immediate family
  • Jury duty
  • When serving as a member of precinct board for an election
  • Participating in religious instructions
  • Justifiable personal reasons

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What if my child must take medication while at school?

If your child needs to take medication during school hours and requires assistance from DLDSSCSI, parents must present the office with a written statement from the physician detailing the method, amount, and time schedules indicating when the student must take the medicine. Parents must submit a written statement indicating a request for DLDSSCSI to assist the child in taking the medication, and parents must also submit a release statement. If your child is on a continuing medication regimen for a non-episodic condition, you must notify DLDSSCSI of the medication, the current dosage, and the name of the supervising physician. Parents must turn all medications over to the front office.

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