school forms & policies
Required school forms are mailed home to parents in late May/early June of each year.
Our School Forms Packet includes the following:
• School calendar
• Permission release forms
• Health and dental forms
• After-school program forms
• Work-Based Learning Program Employment Application
• Parents’ Association membership and volunteer form
Please remember to inform the school of any changes to your contact information including your address, telephone numbers, and email addresses. Call the school office directly to make these changes. Additionally, remember to update your K12 Alerts account with any changes.
ONLINE DIGITAL Forms
For the 2017-28 school year, new online digital school forms were introduced for the following:
Lower School Swim Questionnaire
[This form must be completed for all new students to the Lower School.]
Upper School Lunch Permission Form
[This form must be completed for all students attending Summit's Upper School.]
HEALTH & DENTAL Forms
Prior to the beginning of each school year, parents must submit the required health/medical forms for their children: Health Appraisal Form, Medication Form, and Dental Health Form.
All health forms are sent home to parents in our annual information packet in late May/early June of each year. However, these are also available online (see below for downloads).
Please do not hesitate to contact our school nurse with any questions or concerns. We look forward to a happy and healthy school year.
All health, medication, and dental forms must be returned to:
Lucy Ware, RN
Telephone 718-264-2931 x217
• NYS education laws requires an annual physical exam for:
-Students in grades 2, 4, 7, and 10
-Participation in sports teams
-Triennially for the CSE
• Parents/guardians must sign back of form
• NYS law requires annual dental exams for:
-School entry, K, 2, 4, 7, and 10
• Annual exams can identify a condition that may interfere with a student’s ability to chew,
speak, or focus on school activities
Seasonal Flu Information
The Summit School is committed to providing a positive, safe, supportive, and orderly school environment that promotes respect, dignity, and equality among its students, and in which students receive a quality education without undue disruption or interference. We set high standards for academic achievement and appropriate behavior. Our expectations for acceptable conduct are based on the principles of civility, mutual respect, citizenship, character, tolerance, honesty, and integrity.
We encourage parents and students to be familiar with Summit’s school policies.