Frequently Asked Questions

You’re likely to have questions about our school policies and procedures, and on this page we’ve taken the time to answer some of the inquiries we get most often. You can refer to our student handbook for further details, and you’re also always welcome to give us a call. We’re happy to help.

How do I register my child for school at Snowflake Intermediate?

You can visit the district office to fill out specific forms. Please be sure to bring:

  • Student’s original birth certificate
  • Proof of immunizations
  • Proof of residency (such as a utility bill)
  • Records from previous school (if transferring)
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Do you provide a bus service?

We contract with a reliable transportation service to ensure that our students are safely transported to and from school. Please visit the district’s Transportation page for more information about this service, and you’ll find bus route information in the Parent quick links on our Home page.

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Can my child purchase meals at school?

Our school serves a healthy and nutritious lunch every day, with the option to purchase breakfast as well. Meal prices are as follows:

Reduced  $0.30
Paid         $1.80
Adult       $2.00

Reduced  $0.40
Paid         $2.85
Adult       $3.50

Students may purchase milk only (2% or chocolate) for $.50.

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What is the dress code at Snowflake Intermediate?

We require our students to be well-groomed and to dress appropriately for school, but we avoid interfering with the right of students and parents/guardians to make decisions regarding personal dress and grooming practices—except when the choices affect our curriculum goals, the educational program of the district, or the health, safety, or general welfare of the students and others.

Specifically, we will not allow dress or grooming practices that:

  • Present a hazard to the health, safety, or general welfare of the student or others in the school
  • Materially interfere with school work or create disorder
  • Are counterproductive or disruptive to the learning process
  • Exhibit inappropriate or immodest slogans or pictures (including those pertaining to alcohol, tobacco, cigarettes, illegal substances, profanity, vulgarity, indecency, etc.)
  • Immodestly expose the chest, abdomen, genital areas, upper leg, and/or buttocks
  • Represent membership in a gang

We consider the following unacceptable:

  • Shorts that are shorter than mid-thigh
  • Any tight or spandex-type shorts—unless worn under other acceptable clothing, which must be mid-thigh or longer
  • Clothing with slits, holes, tears, and/or unfinished edges
  • Swimsuits
  • Tank tops worn alone (refer to the item above regarding immodest exposure)
  • Skirts that are shorter than two (2) inches above the top of the kneecap
  • Hats in the classroom, cafeteria, auditorium, or office areas
  • Underwear—e.g., long johns or boxer shorts—that extend below or beyond the outer clothing
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