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1 An independent school providing a K-12 Catholic education using a traditional home school curriculum daily while nurturing, caring, and directing young individuals towards their future under one roof.

2 Mission Statement We believe that there is only One God in Three Divine Persons; The Father, The Son, and The Holy Ghost. We believe that His Divine Son became man and died for our sins and that He will come to judge the living and the dead. We believe these and all the truths which the Holy Catholic Church teaches because He has Revealed them, Who canst neither deceive nor be deceived. In these truths we will teach and guide our children while nurturing vocational callings through the perpetual help of the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of the Mother of God.

3 Board Members The Board recognizes The Immaculate Heart of Mary as the Founder of IHMCS Mrs. Lisa Rawson – President/Headmistress Mr. Ken Hermes – Vice President Mrs. Valerie Brown – Interim Secretary Vacant – Co-Treasurer Mr. Daniel Heckenkamp – C0-Treasurer

4 IHMCS Philosophy Through the guidance of the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of the Mother of God, IHMCS shall build the foundation of the school by following the philosophy of: St. John Bosco and Father Edward Flanagan.

5 St. John Bosco Immaculate Heart of Mary will combine the philosophy of St. John Bosco (nurturing) the child’s love of God. The Method In St. John Bosco's own words, “this system is based entirely on Reason, Religion and Loving – Kindness”. Reason stands for a wise and progressive enlightenment of the minds of the young, opening them to the world, to culture, to the realities of life and the appeal of values. Religion provides the motivation, the ultimate meaning, significance and orientation of a project of life governed by Reason.

6 St. John Bosco Loving Kindness is rooted in the charity of the Good Shepherd. It is the key that gives access to the heart of every young person. There are very few people who rebel in the face of genuine goodness. "Without confidence and love, there can be no true education.“ "Frequent Communion and daily Mass are the two pillars of education.“ "[To the teachers] On the eve of a feast, announce it very briefly at the end of the last period and exhort them to go to Holy Communion. Great is a teacher’s influence on his pupils if they love him.“ "The teacher who is seen only in the classroom and nowhere else, is a teacher and nothing more; but let him go with his boys to recreation and he becomes a brother."

7 Father Edward Flanagan Embrace the Life Skills program inspired by Father Edward Flanagan. High School Scholars – 10 th – 12 th Young Men – Carpentry; Auto Mechanics; Plumbing; Electrical; Computer Technology, Business/Accounting Fundamentals, and Landscaping Young Women – Home Economics, Front Office Skills for Medical Assistants and Secretaries; Childcare; Computer Technology, Business/Accounting Fundamentals, and Teaching

8 Educational Program IHMCS will follow the Home School program offered by OLVS by bringing back the basics in Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic Each student will enroll in the OLVS curriculum Satellite Program K-6 (Elementary) 7-9 (Junior High) Full Program 9 th grade (High School) IHMCS suggests the above enrollment and will work closely with the parents to provide the students education Oversee the education of the students Parent participation is imperative to the success of this mission Volunteers

9 Registration We are currently accepting names for students interested in attending IHMCS - fees for the OLVS program will be due by July 25th. It is our mission to be a tuition free facility, but in order to do this IHMCS will request each family commit to a pledge agreement that can be paid monthly or annually. First commitment will be due on or before August 22nd. Donation amount will be determined with the office staff and will help deter educational and building costs and will help IHMCS hire qualified individuals in both the classroom and Life Skills program. Paperwork needed at the time of registration: Birth Certificate, proof of residency, immunization records, copy of parent’s/guardian’s driver’s license

10 Where is IHMCS located? IHMCS is located at Owl Place, Peyton, CO Website address: Continue our novena to St. Joseph for additional space. Donations currently made to IHMCS: classroom equipment, computers, library books What do we need? Benefactors, Sponsors, a building, prayer room, monetary pledges, OLVS books for all grades; outdoor and indoor statues : Immaculate Heart of Mary, and St. John Bosco; Large Wall Crucifix; dry erase boards (large sizes); power tools, sewing machines, desks, etc…

11 School Days and Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, alternating Thursdays, Friday 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. IHMCS always starts the day after Labor Day and ends on the Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary (May 31 st ) or the Friday before (This will provide families to plan out their school year) School day starts… Each student attending IHMCS is encouraged to attend daily mass at Servants of the Holy Family Block system – Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic Students attend school on alternating Thursdays All school daily Novena to St. Joseph/Regina Coeli/Angelus and School Rosary – 11:45 a.m. Students are encouraged to attend Mass on First Class Feast Days - for those attending Mass they will not be required to attend school after Mass. Students wear traditional Catholic uniforms – see Frenchtoast handout Hot Lunch provided for $ 1.50 per meal and Breakfast (8:45 – 8:55 a.m.) $1.00 per meal *Program currently on held due to financial need

12 We Need Your Help For those interested in being involved with IHMCS Applications are being accepted for staff and volunteer positions within the school: teaching, trades, extra curricular, classroom aides, kitchen, and office staff There will be an interview process and staff/volunteers will be in place prior to the first day of school. All staff/parent volunteers must pass State and Federal background checks as well as fingerprinting (at their expense) See Lisa Rawson or Shari Oliveras for more information

13 How Can Parents, Grandparents, Godparents and Community Members Help? IHMCS is excited to offer the following programs Sponsor –A-Child; Sponsor-A-LifeSkills; Godparent and Grandparent Sponsorship, Adopt the Mission of IHMCS Cash (check) Donations – made out to Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School Online donations: Safeways, King Soopers cards,Boxtops, Annual Fall Festival and pumpkin patch, French Toast and more…

14 Family “Welcome” Social Mark your calendars: Family “ Welcome” Social Date:Friday, August 29th Time: 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Location: Owl Place Petyon, CO 80831

15 We thank you for your support, time, dedication and encouragement. Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary


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