For students who are assigned lockers, we encourage those students to lock their lockers and not share their combination with other students. Students should not have valuable possessions at school either on their person, in lockers, or cars. The school cannot assume responsibility for any lost or stolen items including those left in lockers. If a locker does not function properly, a student should report this to their respective division administrative assistant. Students should not manipulate their locker so that it remains unlocked.
If a student opens another student’s locker without permission, he/she will be subject to the school’s disciplinary procedures. The School reserves the right to open and examine the contents of students’ lockers without notice and at any time.
Middle School Lockers
Each student receives a hallway locker for storage of school materials and outdoor apparel. Students receive instructions for their combination lock at Back to School Night. If a student forgets the combination, s/he can ask for it in the Middle School Office. For security reasons, it is the student’s responsibility to not share his/her combination and always lock his/her locker. Lockers are the property of Mounds Park Academy, and MPA reserves the right to make periodic locker checks and searches. It is the responsibility of the students to keep lockers clean and in good order. If students choose to decorate the inside or outside of lockers, it is expected that this will be done in a manner consistent with MPA values. Students will be asked to remove any objects that, in the judgment of any faculty or staff member, are not in keeping with these values. Students will remove all decorations from lockers before the end of the school year. Interference in any way with another student's locker is a serious offense. An athletic locker is also issued for P.E. needs. Lost and Found Lost and found items may be claimed from the Middle School Office. All unclaimed articles are donated to charity at the end of the school year.
Last Updated: August 26, 2019