Welcome To The 2019-20 School Year
The start of a new school year is fast approaching, now is the time to begin preparations for the return to the classroom. St. Stan's has launched this web page with everything families need to help their students get ready to head back to school.
Start date—August 19, 2019
The information here will help you get off to a great start for the 2019-20 school year.
Back to School Checklist
Registration process complete with all required documents, health exams, and fees turned into the school office?
Have you confirmed your child’s transportation arrangements? If your child is walking or biking, have you discussed safety precautions regarding traffic and strangers?
Updated health, emergency contact, and other forms that have been sent home?
Has your child developed any health problems during the summer that will affect his or her school day? If so, have you notified school staff? If your child needs to take medication at school, have you made arrangements?
Have you established an earlier bedtime to help your child get back on a school schedule?
Have you talked to your child about starting the new school year with a positive outlook and a commitment to doing his or her best?
Before and After School Care
St. Stan’s is pleased to offer both before and after school care to our school families on days when school is in session. The program begins on the first full day of school. The before-care program is offered from 6:45 AM until 7:45 AM. The after-care program begins at dismissal and ends at 6:00 PM. Students left after 6:00 PM will be charged a rate of $5 for every five minutes late. Parents that disregard the 6:00 PM pick-up or do not pay the late fee will result in suspension of service for their child.
Pre-registration is required; information is available at the back-to-school payment days or in the school office.
To contact a member of our after-care staff by phone, please call 773-278-4560 then dial x5.
School Lunch Program (FSP)
St. Stan’s participates in the National School Lunch Program. All lunches provided by the school must meet USDA regulations (e.g., a variety of fruits and vegetables, low-fat dairy products, whole grain food)
Food Service Professionals (FSP) plans and coordinates our hot lunch program. Parents order and pay for lunches in advance.
Nutritional and allergen information for these meals are available at www.fspro.com/nutrition
When providing lunches from home, parents are expected to provide healthy lunches for their children. To remain consistent with our commitment to promoting healthy behaviors, soda, candy and junk food are discouraged. In addition, all fast food/restaurant food deliveries/drop off to the school are not allowed.