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Islamic School of Los Angeles

School Policies

Homework Policy

Al-Hadi School strives to implement a balanced and productive homework policy that correlates with student achievement and development. Homework must be completed according to the instructions given by the teacher. Any homework that is missed due to an excused absence must be made up according to the student absence policy. Read More



Students in Elementary, Middle, and High school are not allowed to have any medication in their possession for safety reasons. This includes pain relievers such as aspirin, cough drops, etc. If it is essential that medication be administered during school hours on an ongoing basis, this accommodation can be provided. However, for the protection of all concerned, it is necessary for the school office to have specific information and signatures prior to administering medication. All medication, including nasal sprays, inhalers, topical ointments, medicated eye drops, antibiotics etc., should be brought to the office. All medication should be in the original container, and prescription medications should bear the name of the student that the medication is for. Parents / guardians must provide detailed instructions in the form of a note, or completed medication authorization log entry (available at the office) to accompany medicines. This documentation should include the name of the student, dosage, and timing. The school cannot administer any dosage that does not conform to recommended dosage directions on the container. The office will administer the medication as directed.



Safety is critical in handling preschool medications. Parents are required to bring all medications in a zip-lock bag, which should be handed to the teacher on duty. The school recommends that the timing of medication be adjusted to coincide with lunch time, if possible. Once the medication has been administered, it will be documented on the Medication Authorization Log. It is the responsibility of parents to collect the medicine from the teacher at pick-up time. At no time should medicines be placed in a child’s lunchbox.


Grades 1 and up

Students / Parents are required to bring all medication to the front office. All medication should be labeled with the student’s name. Students are not permitted to have any medication in their possession during school hours (including cough drops, eye drops, etc.). Under no circumstances shall medication be shared with fellow students. Pick up of the medication, at the end of the day, is the responsibility of the parent/student.


Electronic Devices

Electronic Devices - Cell Phones, MP3 players, Tape Recorders, Radios, Cameras, Walkmans, Electronic Games, etc.

The school does not permit students the use electronic devices unless requested by a teacher or as part of a class project. The following consequences will apply in the case of infractions of the student code of conduct involving all electronic devices, including the ones indicated above:

  • First offense: Phone will be confiscated for 1 week. Phone must be re-claimed by a parent/guardian at the end of the week after paying $10 fine.
  • Second offense: Phone confiscated for two weeks plus $ 25 fine. Phone must be re-claimed by a parent/guardian at the end of the 2-week period after paying the fine.
  • Third offense: Phone will be confiscated for remainder of school year and may be reclaimed by a parent/guardian at the end of the school year after paying a $35 fine.

In addition, appropriate disciplinary actions shall also apply as per school policy.