Arrival and Dismissal Procedures


  • If you are waiting in your vehicle with/for your student, you MUST park in the either of the two lanes marked PARKING ONLY, The two center lanes SHOULD NOT be used to park.
  • If you are dropping off/picking up your child and not waiting with/for them, use LANE 2 for this. Please remember to watch closely for students crossing the parking lot.
  • WHEN DROPPING OFF YOUR STUDENT IN THE MORNING ... PLEASE LEAVE THE PARKING LOT AS SOON AS YOUR STUDENT GETS TO THE SIDEWALK. One of the main reasons that the parking lot is so congested in the morning is because parents are waiting until their child enters the building before driving away. When your student gets to the sidewalk, our teachers on duty will make sure they get into the building safely. Waiting. even for a few seconds, causes traffic to back up onto Fairmont.
  • DO NOT LEAVE YOUR VEHICLE PARKED IN EITHER OF THE TWO CENTER LANES. If you do this, those in the designated "PARKING ONLY" spots are blocked in and traffic begins to back up.


  • LANE 1 (nearest the sidewalk) is to be used for drop off and short-term parking (less than minutes). ·
  • LANE 2 (the middle lane) is to be used for drop off. DO NOT GET OUT OF YOUR VEHICLE IN TIIIS LANE. If you need to leave your vehicle, use Lane 1, please.
  • Also, please pull as far forward as possible in LANE 2 before letting your student out or picking them up. By doing this, this will allow more cars to enter behind you and will ease congestion on both Fairmont and Southlook.
  • LANE 3 (farthest from the sidewalk) is to be used as a DRIVE-THRU ONLY. If you stop in LANE 3 to let your child out, this prevents staff and visitors from parking in their parking spaces or to exiting their parking spaces after school. After you have dropped off or picked up your child in Lane 2, you may want to move to Lane 3 to leave the parking lot.

Please remember to drive cautiously and slowly through the parking lot...Always looking for anyone walking across the parking lot.

Student Behavior

As part of the Texas Education Code (Sec. 37.0012), all schools in Texas shall designate a Campus Behavior Coordinator whose primary responsibility is to maintain student discipline for the campus and be a contact for parents or guardians concerning individual student disciplinary actions by the school. The person or persons designated may be the principal of the campus or any other campus administrator selected by the principal.

Your Campus Behavior Coordinators

Tamara Harrell (682) 867-0400