Visitor Policy

  • Providing and maintaining a secure and safe campus for both our faculty and our students is one of our top priorities here at McCarthy Teszler School. We request everyone’s assistance in providing our students a safe place to learn and our faculty a safe place to teach. Please review the information below.

    All parents (visitors) must sign-in with the office upon arrival and receive a visitor tag using your driver’s license. This includes visitors to the vocational building. Please use the front entrance and remain in the area you requested to visit. All classroom or therapy visits must be prearranged by administration, therapist or classroom teacher. Please remember to check out before leaving the building.

General Guidelines

    • It is unlawful for any non-student to be on school grounds at any time without permission of the principal. Visitors must go directly to the main office to state their business as soon as they arrive on campus.

    • Visitor’s passes are not issued without the principal’s permission.

    • McCarthy Teszler School utilizes School Check In software. Please have your state issued driver’s license / I.D. with you when you enter the building.

    • Visitor’s passes must be worn in a visible location upon your person the entire time you are in the building.

    • You must sign in and out when visiting our school.

    • We respectfully request that your cell phones be turned off while you’re inside the building.

    • Students are not allowed to have visitors at school at any time.

    • Students who are absent or suspended from school are not to be on school premises.

    • Pursuant to the passing of Act 373 of 1994, all persons entering a public school property consents themselves to a search of their person, with or without probable cause, and their effects including without limitation, lockers, desks, vehicle, and personal belongings such as purses, book bags, wallets, and satchels.

    • When visiting our campus please secure your vehicles and do not leave valuables visible in your vehicle. School District Seven and McCarthy Teszler School are not liable for any lost or stolen property or any damage to you vehicle while on school grounds.