HANDBOOKS & POLICIES

Below are Kepler's student policies and guidelines.

No Food Deliveries Allowed (DoorDash, Grubhub, UberEats, etc.)

NO Food Deliveries: Kepler Neighborhood School does NOT allow or accept food deliveries from paid delivery services such as Doordash, GrubHub, Uber Eats, or any other vendor delivery service. All food deliveries will be denied. Kepler Neighborhood School is NOT responsible for any lost or undelivered food deliveries. 

Kepler offers a FREE lunch to all students. Lunch is available for pick up at the cafeteria windows during your scheduled lunch.

Parent Engagement Policy

Volunteer Handbook

Parent and Student Handbook

The Parent and Student Handbook provides important information about your student’s education, your rights as parents, as well as behavior expectations for students.

Attendance Policy

The attendance policy has been design to help students to learn.  The more a student misses school the farther they fall behind.  You can view the attendance policy here. 

Discipline Policy

Kepler has developed a comprehensive set of student discipline policies that are consistent with California Education Code Section 48900’s requirements for school districts.

School-Parent Compact

Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) Addendum to Kepler Safe School Plan

All workers, including managers and supervisors, are responsible for complying with safe and healthful work practices.

District Section 504 Service Plan Handbook

The following handbook overviews Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act 1973 (“Section 504”), which is Congress’ directive to schools receiving any federal funding eliminate discrimination based on disability from all aspects of school operation; as roles, criteria, evaluation and compliance.