|Attention Visitors to McKinley: To ensure and maintain†safety, all volunteers and guests†on campus†are required to sign-in at the office and get a visitor's badge.
Thank you for your cooperation.
BREAKFAST PROGRAM PROCEDURES †
Please note that McKinley students having breakfast should arrive between 7:40a.m. - 8:05a.m., and enter through the cafeteria doors.
All other students should arrive between 8:00a.m. - 8:14a.m.
and be ready to start school at 8:15a.m.
McKinley PTA Needs Your Help!†
CLICK HERE†for more information
Celebrate Earth Day Everyday!!
Our goal is to recycle 100% of our paper waste
Easy things you can do to help our environment:
1.† Use reusable bags, cups and plates at home and for school lunches.
2.† recycle all of your plastics, paper, and glass.
3.† take short showers and turn off the water when brushing your teeth.
†June 9th†††-††August 8th
† Classes for 2017/2018 school year start on
Wednesday, August 9th. †
Middle and High School Voluntary Student Drug Testing Program
Drug use among students is a major concern for both educators and parents.† The use of illegal substances can lead to harmful and even disastrous results for everyone involved.† It is, therefore, important to empower students and parents to avoid the pitfalls associated with drug abuse.† To achieve this goal, RUSD has implemented a Voluntary Student Drug Testing Program for middle and high school students.† The program is free of charge, non-punitive, and confidential.†
The goal of the RUSD Voluntary Drug Testing Program is to partner with parents to help our students combat and win the fight against drug and alcohol use.
With parent consent, students who participate will, on a random basis, be selected to undergo a urine drug test.† The tests will be administered on campus during the school day in a private location by an outside company, ARCpoint Drug Testing.† All tests will be conducted by trained professionals.† Information regarding the test results is confidential and will only be released to parents/guardians.† No results, positive or negative, will be given to the school or the district office.† If a test is positive, ARCpoint will provide referrals to appropriate counseling services and there will be no school discipline because only the parent will know the test result. †
Program Description (Spanish)
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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions (Spanish)
Sign-Up Form (Spanish)