Rudecinda Sepulveda Dodson

Visitor's Policy

Visitor's Policy2




1)    School has only one gate opened during school hours.

2)    All campus visitors including District personnel and community members must have Government  

      issued photo identification and the consent and approval of the principal/designee to enter the campus.

3)    Children and teenagers who are not enrolled at the school are not to be on the campus unless they have

      prior approval of the principal/designee.

4)    While parents have the right to visit classes in which their student is enrolled (after receiving a permit

       from the school office), they do not have a right to:

a.    Interfere with the discipline, order, or conduct of any school classroom or activity

b.    Set policies relating to their child that supersedes school or District policies,

c.    Cause substantial disorder in a place where a school employee is required to perform his or her duties.

5) Adults and minors over 16 years of age who enter a school campus and fail to adhere to the posted

    "Visitor's Policy" or who defy the principal/designee's authority may be reported to the local police and

     may be subject to criminal charges under the California Penal Code (Sec. 626.7, 626.8), the city of Los

    Angeles Municipal Code (Sec. 63.94), and/or Education Code 44810(a), 44811(a).

       6) There is no photography or videotaping on campus without prior approval from the  

            school principal.



  • Sign the Visitors Log Book located at the main entrance when entering campus.
  • Present their Government issued photo identification card (Driver’s License, passport etc.).
  • Request a classroom visitation date and time from the Counseling staff.
  • Receive the principal/designee's approval for the classroom visit.
  • Obtain the "Classroom Visitor's Permit" before proceeding to the classroom.
  • Return the "Classroom Visitor's Permit" to the front desk after the visitation.
  • Sign the Visitors Log Book located at the main entrance when leaving campus.
  • Enter and leave the classroom quietly at least 10 minutes before the dismissal bell.
  • Refrain from conversing with students, teachers, and/or instructional aides.
  • Refrain from interfering with any school activity during the visitation.


Requests for a teacher conference may be made through the Counseling Office.