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Families & Students

DLS New Cell Phone Policy


As student enters school, they place their phone in their assigned Yondr pouch.


The pouch is closed and secured. Each student keeps their pouch throughout the day.


When leaving school, the student taps their pouch to an unlocking base to release their phone.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I want to reach my child during the school day?

We want our students to be engaged in their learning. If you need to contact your child during the school day, use the QR code to the right for school leaders’ contact information.

What if there is a school emergency?

In the case of a school emergency, we will direct our students to safety first, following our school emergency preparedness protocol.

Will my student’s phone be safe?

Students are in possession of their phone - in their Yondr pouch - for the entire school day. We will advise students to store the pouch in their backpacks where it is completely safe.

What if the Yondr pouch gets damaged or a student is caught on their phone?

The Yondr pouch is property of De La Salle High School. If a student damages their Pouch or is caught on their phone, Administration will collect the phone/Pouch and call home:

If a student damages their pouch a $5 fee will be issued. Damage consists of any signs that the physical integrity of the pouch has been compromised, whether intentional or unintentional, as determined by the school or Yondr staff.