Policies & Procedures

Dismissal and Drop Off Procedures

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7:50 AM  All Children in Classrooms
2:35 PM  Dismissal
 
Car Rider Pickup Line
1. Please display your family name prominently on your dash or visor.
2. We ask that you do not pull around cars as we buckle children. We don´t want any fender benders!
3. Our neighbors ask that you do not block private driveways.
4. We´re bound to have some bad weather days due to heavy rain, severe cold, or snow. We will use a "Park & Pick-Up" procedure for car rider pick up for those few days when it´s not practical nor safe for students or teachers to be outside. If weather conditions prohibit using our regular car rider line, we will communicate to you our alternative pick up. That is:

PARK IN THE NW PARKING LOT AND WALK TO THE GYM WHERE YOUR CHILD WILL BE WAITING FOR YOU TO ESCORT HIM/HER TO YOUR CAR. SCHOOL DISMISSAL IS AT 2:35 P.M.

We will communicate the alternative pick up in the following manner:
*If time permits, a St. Paul Campus e-mail will be sent to families on our e-mail list. Not on our list? Call the school office or send us your address at [email protected]
*A staff member will be present in the NW parking lot are to direct you to park and pick up. 

Attendance and Tardy Procedures

Parents, please call the school office at (330) 494-0223 to call your child off from school. We are asking that you call the office before 8:45 am each day when your child will be absent. If your child is tardy, please have your student stop in the office to get a tardy slip before going to his or her classroom.

Snow Day Procedure

School cancellation announcements will be communicated through FACTS Parent Alerts and email; heard over radio stations WCPN Ideastream 90.3 FM, WCRM 103.3 FM, WCLV 104.9 FM; on Cleveland TV stations Fox8, or ABC News5, or NBC 3NEWS, WVIZ/PBS Ideastream; and on the internet at fox8.com, news5cleveland.com, wkyc.com. Please refrain from calling the rectory, school, or radio station. On any day in which classes are canceled due to severe weather conditions, all other school-related activities (school-sponsored social events, meetings, extracurricular activities, or athletic events/practices held on or away from school property) shall likewise be canceled on that day, and evening. Exception is if the host team is in session.

Dress Code

St. Paul believes that an appropriate dress code is important in educating our students. Our students are, therefore, required to wear a school uniform. Uniforms vary by campus.

Physical Education Uniforms
Students in grades 4-8 are required to wear the Physical Education uniform during P.E. class. While many students choose to wear the P.E. uniform all day, students do have the option to change into and out of the P.E. uniform before and after P.E. class. If choosing this option, they must follow the same procedure before each and every P.E. class throughout the school year. The required pieces for P.E. class are the t-shirt and shorts. Students wearing their uniform all day will also need the P.E. uniform pants after October 1.

If P.E. class is on a Mass day, students need to wear their Mass attire and then change into their P.E. uniform before P.E. class.
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