Below you will find links to the Policy Handbook as well as various forms used for the Religious Education program.
- The outside doors will be locked during class time. You may enter the school from the parking lot entrance. The doorbell is located on the right side of the double door entrance.
- Before class, students should gather in the hallway between the school and the gym until the catechist arrives. No student is to enter an empty classroom.
- The Archdiocese allows no more than six absences for you child to qualify for advancement to the next grade level.
- Only two absences are allowed when enrolled in a sacramental preparation class.
- If you know your child is going to be absent, please phone the parish office during the week: 773-792-3077, ext. 211
- Please send a signed note addressed to the coordinator if your child has to leave early. The class catechist will be notified. Your child must be picked up inside the school. No child will be allowed to wait outside the school building.
- Parents are to drop-off and pick-up their children at parking lot entrance to the school. Late arrivals must use the parking lot entrance to the school.
- No child will be allowed to wait outside the school. Each student should have a telephone number where a parent may be reached written on their student folder.
To Our Families,
- Entering the Church, using the Holy Water and making the Sign of the Cross Prayer, reminds us that we were baptized with water and belong to God’s Family.
- Genuflecting; this is a gesture of Adoration that we make to the presence of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament.
- Bowing: Gesture of Reverence, Honor and Respect.
- Bowing before receiving Communion from the priest. This is a sign of reverence and belief in Christ in the Blessed Sacrament.
- Rite of peace: to show we are committed to sharing Christ’s peace.
- Standing is a sign of respect and honor to our God, the Heavenly Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit.
- Sitting is a posture of attentive listening and meditation.
We participate in the liturgy more attentively and respectfully when we observe these reminders.