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A Reminder of PDS' Policy on Bringing Phones and Tech to School

Dear Parents,

The holiday season is upon us. What a great time of year to be thankful for all that we have been given! As one holiday passes to the next, I imagine that our boys will begin to make Christmas lists filled with various items of interest. We live in a time of technological discovery. It seems that new gadgets are being released daily that can do things we once thought impossible.

It is always our intent at PDS to keep our boys focused on learning in the classroom. With this in mind, we have policies in place to protect our boys from outside distractions. Please note that PDS boys are not allowed to have cell phones at school. In addition, boys will not be allowed to wear technology at school that accesses the Internet, makes phone calls, sends texts, takes pictures, or interacts with apps. Knowing that some boys have or may receive these items, we wanted to remind you of this policy.

Enjoy the hustle and bustle of the season!

Mark Fruitt
Principal of Elementary Division

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