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					Mary Queen of Peace
“A Beatitude School”




Focusing on the Arts
              Mission
Mary Queen of Peace is a Catholic,
   Christian, Faith filled school
   providing an Arts-Integrated
 curriculum with strong academic
   excellence. Encouraging the
  success and development as
students, artists and cultural leaders
   with a Beatitude focus.
    When Jesus saw the crowds, he went up the mountain, and after he
    had sat down, his disciples came to him. He began to teach them
    saying:
                                        Blessed are the Merciful,
   Blessed are the Poor in              for they shall obtain mercy
    Spirit, for theirs is the
    Kingdom of Heaven                   Blessed are the Pure in
                                         Heart, for they shall see
   Blessed are those who                God
    Mourn, for they shall be
    comforted                           Blessed are the
                                         Peacemakers, for they
   Blessed are the Meek, for            shall be called children of
    they shall inherit the earth         God

   Blessed are those who               Blessed are those who are
    hunger and thirst for                persecuted for
    Righteousness, for they              righteousness sake, for
    shall be satisfied                   theirs is the Kingdom of
                                         Heaven.
             Vision
    Mary Queen of Peace is a
 community of learners from
Pre-School through Eighth grade
 implementing art disciplines and
 the spirit of the Beatitudes within
 the lives of students, families,
   staff and the local community.
       Art Disciplines
Mary Queen of Peace School of the
Arts encourages the empowerment of
each student by offering unique
opportunities and talents to emerge.
The curriculum is based on creative
exploration for discovery through a
variety of art disciplines required for
graduation.
        Art Disciplines
Each of the disciplines – Choir, Creative
Arts, Dance, Drama, and Music is
consistent with the schools mission of
developing the whole student. By teaching
students to achieve a level of appreciation
and competence then, deepening their
understanding and knowledge while
integrating other areas of academic study
and excellence.
    PARENT INVOLVEMENT
       Critical to the SUCCESS of
          Mary Queen of Peace

 Communication with Teachers
 Support of Discipline
 Permitted to view class sessions
DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES
               CHAIN OF COMMAND

Teacher
Dean   of Students-Mrs. S. Pitts
Clinical Counselor
Principal- Mrs. D. Johnson
           COMMUNICATION
   STUDENT HANDBOOK – Parent Sign-off

   Fridays may include the , Calendar, Forms and
    Letters from staff

   One Call Now – We must have current phone
    numbers & email addresses.

   The MQoP STAR NEWS [monthly newsletter]

   Visit the website at: www.maryqueenofpeace.us
  CAFETERIA PROGRAM
Breakfast  and Lunch free
 to all students as long as
 you complete the
 required forms.
ATTENDANCE PROCEDURES

   1. Notify the school office
   2. Send a note when child returns to
      school
   3. Address/ Telephone updates
   4. Attendance/ Tardiness affect
       ED Choice Scholarships
    SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY
The intention of a uniform
   dress code is to aid in
maintaining an atmosphere
 in the school that is
 conducive to the learning
 environment. The school
 is not responsible for any
 unauthorized items.
    SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY
   General: Boys and Girls

   Shoes: non-marking black or white gym shoes.
    Students can wear boots on snowy or rainy
    days, but gym shoes need to be worn in the
    gym.

   Socks: Plain solid white or solid black socks only

   Belts: All belts must be solid black, and worn
    through loops at the waistline of shorts/pants.
SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY

   Jewelry: Small post earrings are
    acceptable. Hoops and dangling
    earrings are not allowed. A small
    religious cross or medal is the only
    acceptable necklace allowed. One watch
    may be worn. Rings and bracelets are not
    permitted.
SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY

   Purses: students are encouraged not to
    bring purses; however, if a students elects
    to bring a purse it must be kept either
    in the student’s locker or placed on
    the teacher’s desk.
SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY

    Hair: Hair color must be natural. Rattail
    combs, do rags, scarves, head coverings,
    and picks in the hair are not allowed.
SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY

   Personal Hygiene: Bringing skin care,
    hair care, nail care, and cosmetic products
    to school is not permitted.
 SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY
 Boys Pants: Black uniform pants are
  required. Pants are to be all cotton or
  cotton/poly fabrics.
 During the first and fourth quarters of the
  school year, black uniform shorts will be
  permitted, and they must come to the
  knees.
 Pants/shorts must be solid black with no
  stripes, markings, or logos.
    SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY
   Girls Pants: Black uniform pants are required. Pants are
    to be all cotton or cotton/poly fabrics.

    During the first and fourth quarters of the school year,
    black uniform shorts will be permitted, and they must
    come to the knees.

    Girls may wear capri, crop, or gauchos in first and
    fourth quarters. Shorts and skirts must come to the
    knees.

   All shorts, skirts, capris must be cotton or cotton/poly
    blends. All must be solid black with no stripes, markings,
    or logos.
SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY
   Shirts: White, red, or yellow shirts are
    required. Shirts must have a collar; they
    may be knit polo style, long or short
    sleeved. Undershirts must be plain white.

   Sweaters: Plain solid black sweaters are
    the only color allowed. Solid black vests
    are acceptable, without logos.

   Sweatshirts: Solid black, long-sleeved
    sweatshirts are allowed. They may be
    pullover or zipper style.
     TUITION 2011-2012
   Tuition Payments made through Ms. Dye
    (937) 224-7952 at Homewood Campus.

   Generous Financial Assistance for ALL
    students
     [click on the following links on next slide
     [PSAS, P.A.C.E., EdChoice] to see
    important details or contact school office
   TUITION 2011-2012
        School Aid Service (PSAS
 Private
 Required)
         (Parents Advancing Choice in
 P.A.C.E.
 Education) Scholarship (937) 228-
 7223

 EdChoice   Scholarship Program

				
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