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Family Calendar

Family Handbook

Every family receives a Family Handbook at the beginning of the school year and it is expected that each Parent/Guardian read and understand the policies in the handbook, especially the dress code, attendance and personal code of conduct.

Family Hand Book English
Family Hand Book Spanish

Supply List-2016/2017

Please do not label supplies as most supplies are shared by all students throughout the year.

Lunchroom Menu

Please click on links below to access monthly school menus

Breakfast-22nd St
Breakfast-25th St.
Lunch

Uniforms
As adults we know the importance of dressing appropriately for work; what we wear reflects a commitment to our job and shows our pride in the work we do. For our students, coming to school and learning is their job; a dress code helps students develop an appreciation for the work they are to do at Prince of Peace School and helps develop a sense of pride and connection to the school.

To that end, Prince of Peace School Committee has approved the following Prince of Peace School dress code. The dress code policy will be in effect at the beginning of the first day of each school year. Recognizing that children of various ages have differing needs, due to physical development, different expectations for dress are adopted for students in grades K4 through 3rd, and 4th through 8th. Students at Prince of Peace School will wear uniforms daily including field trips unless otherwise specified by the building administrators. Students will not wear clothing or have hair styled in any way that is deemed a distraction to the learning process of all students. School administrators have the final determination in such matters.

[Adopted 11/16/00] (rev. 4/22/04) (rev. 5/15/05) (rev. 5/8/08)

Dress Code
All students in grades K4 through eight are expected to wear uniforms.

Dress Code: Boys
• Long or short sleeved polo shirts with collar in white or burgundy
• Prince of Peace sweat shirts or a plain white or burgundy sweatshirt or sweater (No hoodies)
• Undershirts must be white
• Khaki-colored uniform pants (flat or pleated front)
• Khaki colored uniform shorts (flat or pleated front)
• Belt with standard buckle (grades 4 through 8)
• Gym shoes

Dress Code: Girls
• Long or short sleeved polo shirts with collar in white or burgundy
• Prince of Peace sweat shirts or a plain white or burgundy sweatshirt or sweater (No
hoodies)
• Undershirts must be white
• Khaki colored uniform pants or capris (flat or pleated front)
• Khaki colored uniform skort or shorts (flat or pleated front)
• Belt with standard buckle (grades 4 through 8)
• Gym shoes

Jewelry
• Maximum of one earring per ear no larger than a dime or longer than 1⁄2 inch to the bottom of the ear lobe
• Wrist and neck jewelry must be tasteful and modest.
• The jewelry policy will be enforced on uniform and non-uniform days.

Appearance
• All shirts must be tucked in.
• All pants must be worn at the waist.
• All shoes must be tied.

Non-Uniform Days (birthdays, special events, fundraisers)
• Clothing must be appropriate for a Catholic school.
• If leggings are worn, a top long enough to reach mid-thigh must be worn.
• If ‘skinny jeans/pants’ are worn, a top long enough to reach mid-thigh must be worn

IMPORTANT: The following are not allowed:
• Cargo style pants
• Corduroy or knit pants
• Tattoos
• Piercings other than the ear
• Designs cut in or created with dye in the hair or eyebrows
• Make up
• Nail polish
• Acrylic nails
• Unnatural hair coloring
• Shoulders must be covered.

NOTE: The above list is not complete. Administration reserves the right to make the determination of appropriate school clothing/apparel.

Graduation Information

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Thursday, June 6, 2017
Ceremony starts at 6:30 pm – Students must be there at 5:45 pm

NOTE: If you are not present for the picture, you will not be in class picture. Pictures are taken at 6:00PM.

Please contact Mrs. Blaszczyk if you are unable to make payments on the above dates. The graduation fee covers 8th grade class trip, 8th grade t-shirts, 8th grade special breakfast, 8th grade class photo, 8th grade yearbooks, 8th grade class gifts, and archangel awards.

 

 

 

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