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The School Hours are as follows:
Breakfast will start for students at 7:30 a.m.
School Start @ 7:45 a.m. - Dismissal @ 1:55 p.m.
Office Hours 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.


Registration Information

To Enroll your child, you will need:  

Kindergarten thru 5th Grade:

  • Birth Certificate (With the Seal) (Birth Registrations & Birth Certificate Cards are NOT acceptable)
  • Social Security Card
  • Valid ID (Of Registering Parent/Guardian)
  • Proof of Residency
    • Current Lease (residential lease must be notarized) Deed (with Deed you need a Current Utility Bill), Mortgage Statement (must be dated within the last 30 days)
    • Current Rental Receipt on Company's Letter Head
      Current Shared Housing Disclosure Letter (Only if registering Parent's name is not on Lease)
  • Shot Records (Must have all required immunization)
  • Last Report Card                                                                                              

Your Child CAN NOT Be Enrolled Without These Items!  

Click here for online registration

School Uniform


A positive self-image is an important key to success. Students are expected to come to school everyday dressed neatly in clean uniforms.


  • Black pants
  • Black belt
  • White or Black shirt (polo or dress)
  • Black/White socks
  • Black cardigan sweater
  • Black shorts may be worn in the spring or summer (Must be finger tip length)
  • Suggested shoes: Black Sneakers (No sandals, No heels)


  • Black pants, jumpers, shirts (Kick pleat or full pleat)
  • White or Black blouse (Peter Pan, pointed collar, or polo)
  • Black or White, tights or socks (NO JEANS ARE TO BE WORN UNDER THE SKIRT OR DRESS)
  • Black or White cardigan sweater
  • Black skorts or shorts may be worn in the spring and summer
  • Suggested shoes: Black sneakers may also be worn (No sandals)


The MANDATORY UNIFORM POLICY includes steps to follow when students are not in compliance. Efforts will remain positive and include incentives to ensure compliance and may occasionally include free days which will be designated by the school; parents will be informed well in advance regarding special dress days, i.e. Spirit Week, Dress Down days, etc. New students to the school will have seven school days in which to purchase and begin wearing the uniform.

Non-compliance: After all positive efforts and incentives have proven to be ineffective in bringing the non-compliant student(s) into compliance, corrective action will be taken and will include parent notification and conference.

Student School Supplies

Please keep in mind, supplies will need to be replenished throughout the school year.

Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade

(6) Composition Books

(1) Pack of 12 Pencils

(1) Pack of 24 Crayons

(1) Pack of Markers

(3) Glue Sticks

(1) Pair of Scissors (Blunt Tip)

(1) Pencil sharpener

(1) Headphones

(1) Backpack






(4) Expo Dry Erase Markers

(6) Primary Composition Books

(6) Large Glue Sticks

(1) 24 Pack Crayons

(2) 12 Pack Pencils

(1) Pencil Sharpener

(1) Pair of Scissors (Blunt Tip)

(4) Erasers (Pink or White)

(2) Red Plastic Pocket Folders

(2) Blue Plastic Pocket Folders

(1) 12in Ruler

(2) Headphones

(1) Backpack


(2) 24 Pack of Crayons

(2) Crayon holders

(1) 12 Pack of Pencils

(1) Pencil Box

(7) Composition Books

(1) Pair of Scissors

(4) Glue Sticks

(4) Pack of Expo Markers

(4) Pack of Notebook Paper

(1) Ruler

(1) Pak of 3x5 Index Cards

(7) Pocket Folders with Fasteners (Different Colors)

(1) Ruler 12in (Inches /Centimeters )

 (1) Backpack

(1) 12 Pack of Crayola Colored Pencils

(2) Glue Sticks

(2) Pack of 12 #2 Pencils (NO MECHANICAL PENCILS)

(1) 12 in. Ruler (centimeter/inches)

(1) Pair of Scissors

(8) Composition Books

(1) 24 Pack of Crayola Crayons

 (2) Packs of Notebook Paper

(6) Pocket Folders (Different Colors if Possible)

(3) Packs of Post it Notes

(1) Headphones

(1) Backpack


(1) 24 Pack of Crayons

(2) Glue Sticks

(1) Pair of Scissors

(2) 12 Pack of #2 Pencils (NO MECHANICAL PENCILS)

(1) Nylon Pencil Case (Only)

(7) Composition Books

(1) 12 inch ruler

(2) Packs of Notebook Paper

(1) Headphones

(1) Backpack





(2) Pack of 12 Pencils (NO MECHANICAL PENCILS)

(1) Sharpener with cover

(1) Colored Pencils (12 pk)

(1) Nylon Pencil Case

(1 Pack) Erasable Pens (Black or Blue)

(6) Composition Books (Different Colors if Possible)

(1) 2-Pocket Folder

(1) Pack of 24 Crayons

(2) Glue Sticks

(1) Scissors

(1) Headphones

(1) Backpack


Parents, we are asking for donations of the following items:

  • Student Masks
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Kleenex
  • Anti-bacterial Soap
  • Disinfecting Wipes

10 Ways to Help Your Child with Homework

Kids often think of homework as drudge work. Some of them will try to do anything to avoid it. But homework gives kids a chance to practice the academic skills they learn at school. That's why a parent must take an active role in making sure it's done. Are there alternatives to constant nagging? Here are 10 tips to help your kids get homework done and turned in on time.  

  1. Help your child develop the homework habit by asking about homework when he or she comes home from school.  It shows you are interested in what was learned.
  2. Provide a study space where your child can work quietly.  Find a space that has good lighting and sufficient room for materials such as papers, pencils, and erasers.
  3. Pick a good time for doing homework.  Consider the amount of homework your child has to do and allow enough time in his or her schedule to complete it.  Establish rules against phone use, watching TV, or listening to records until homework is finished.
  4. If possible, make available reference materials such as an atlas, dictionary, and encyclopedia.  If these materials are needed but unavailable, schedule time to take your child to a public library.
  5. Encourage your child to consider the homework assignment carefully before beginning work.  Ask your child:  Why was this assignment made?  What information does your teacher expect you to learn?  After the assignment is completed, help your child review what he or she learned from it.
  6. Observe your child as he or she works.  Does the work seem too difficult? If it does, it may be an indication that your child doesn't understand what was taught in school.  Check with his or her teacher to find out how well your child understands the materials that were taught.
  7. If your child rarely has homework., check with his or her teacher to find out if it is being completed at school during free periods.  If your child continuously loses homework or forgets to bring it home, purchases a back pack or tote bag for books and homework.
  8. Never do your child's homework assignment.  It's fine to answer questions and supervise his or her work, but make sure the homework is completed by the child.  Homework helps your child develop a sense of responsibility.  If your child's not remembering when homework is due is a problem, buy a calendar and encourage your child to mark the days when assignments are due.
  9. Encourage your child to develop a positive attitude toward homework.  Although a teacher may check or correct homework, that is not the main point.  Stress the fact that homework is valuable because it helps the child practice skills and acquire information.
  10. Finally, never rush your child when he or she is doing homework.  Make it a relaxing time.  Let him or her know that sloppy work is unacceptable.  But also praise homework that is done well ~ it's a good way to build self-esteem.

Click here to get Homework tutoring!

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