Frequently Asked Questions

Who do I contact for questions related to the classroom?

For questions about grades, tests, schedules, behavior, peer relationships, recess, curriculum, etc.) please contact your child's teacher.

Where can I find additional support for my student or family?

Please contact our Dean of Social Emotional Learning, Mrs. Sandra Hardy:

Who do I contact with questions about enrollment, absences, student records, communications, mailing, lunch orders or the calendar?

Ask Front Office Manager, Ms. Ervin:

Who do I contact with questions about school procedures or implementation of the mission and vision?

Ask School Director Dr. Chattin:

Who do I contact with questions about school policy and governance?

(Note: this is different from school procedures.) Ask the clerk of the board's Governance Committee:

Where do I find support in navigating the school Conflict Resolution & Grievances Policy?

Ask the Grievance Coordinator:

Who can answer school lunch questions?

Ask Nicole Black:, 912-395-5235

Who can help with transportation questions?

Call 912-395-5591

My question isn't listed here, who should I contact?

Please email

How do I file a formal grievance?

To file a formal grievance, click here.

What are the bell times?

School starts at 9 am and ends at 4pm. Students who wish to partake in the breakfast program may arrive at 8:30 am. Breakfast ends at 9 am. Students who are not participating in the breakfast program should begin arriving at 8:45 am. For safety reasons student should not arrive prior to 8:30 am unless accompanied by an adult. Students will be marked late at 9:01 am. School dismisses at 4 pm. Parents should begin arriving for pick-up at 3:55 pm.

What is the Dress Code Policy?

SKTCS encourages simplicity in dress as a way to contribute to the safe and positive overall atmosphere of the school academically and socially. The simplicity of our dress code contributes to the overall school environment. SKTCS encourages self-expression and creativity in how our students act in the classroom and in the world.
Tops or dresses should be long- or short-sleeved shirt. Dresses should be knee-length. Sleeveless shirts and/or tank tops are not allowed. Logos and appropriate slogans are permitted. No white undershirts permitted.
Any jacket, sweater, blazer, hoodie, or outerwear that utilizes technology (e.g. - has headphones attached or LED displays) are not permitted.
Bottoms/skirts must be belted or fit tightly around the waist and be knee-length or longer. Leggings or tights may be worn under skirts and dresses, but are not appropriate as a bottom option.
Can be any color, but must be rubber-soled, flat, and have at least a strap on the back. Flip-flops, thonged sandals, athletic sandals or slides, clogs, mules, Crocs™, or any similarly styled shoe is inappropriate due to safety concerns. Additionally, shoes may not light up or emit sound.
No part of the uniform can ripped, torn, frayed/fringed, or patterned. If pants tear please mend them. No undergarments (including, but not exclusive to A-line boys’/men’s t-shirts) should be visible at any time. No hats may be worn inside. Accessories (e.g. – jewelry) are allowed, but should not be distracting to the student or peer learners.

Is there before and after school care?

Yes before- and after-school care will be available on-site starting at 6:30am, and ending at 6:00pm. To register, please visit this page for more information:

Does SKTCS offer a gifted program?

At SKTCS, we believe that all students have a right to educational experiences that challenge their individual development whether it is below, at, or beyond the level of their classroom peers. Following this philosophy, SKTCS makes provisions for the special needs of gifted and talented learners within their everyday learning environment. Through our problem-based learning approach, students engage in class projects that challenge them on an individual level based on their academic abilities and interests. We believe that all of our students should have differentiated educational services throughout the day, within all instruction areas and within their classroom. Accordingly, all SKTCS students identified as gifted will be taught by teachers endorsed in gifted instruction.