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1 Mary Queen of Peace “A Beatitude School” Focusing on the Arts

2 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.

3 Blessed are the Poor in Spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven Blessed are the Poor in Spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven Blessed are those who Mourn, for they shall be comforted Blessed are those who Mourn, for they shall be comforted Blessed are the Meek, for they shall inherit the earth Blessed are the Meek, for they shall inherit the earth Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for Righteousness, for they shall be satisfied Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for Righteousness, for they shall be satisfied Blessed are the Merciful, for they shall obtain mercy Blessed are the Merciful, for they shall obtain mercy Blessed are the Pure in Heart, for they shall see God Blessed are the Pure in Heart, for they shall see God Blessed are the Peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God Blessed are the Peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness sake, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven. Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness sake, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven. 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:

4 Vision Mary Queen of Peace is a community of learners from 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. staff and the local community.

5 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. 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.

6 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. 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.

7 PARENT INVOLVEMENT Critical to the SUCCESS of Mary Queen of Peace Communication with Teachers Communication with Teachers Support of Discipline Support of Discipline Dean of Students – Mrs. Sherry Pitts Dean of Students – Mrs. Sherry Pitts

8 DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES CHAIN OF COMMAND CHAIN OF COMMAND Teacher Teacher Dean of Students Dean of Students Clinical Counselor Clinical Counselor Principal- Mrs. Debra Johnson Principal- Mrs. Debra Johnson

9 COMMUNICATION   STUDENT HANDBOOK – Parent Sign-off Fridays may include the, Calendar, Forms and Letters from staff Fridays may include the, Calendar, Forms and Letters from staff One Call Now – We must have current phone numbers & addresses. One Call Now – We must have current phone numbers & addresses. The MQoP STAR NEWS [monthly newsletter] The MQoP STAR NEWS [monthly newsletter] Visit the website at: Visit the website at:

10 CAFETERIA PROGRAM Breakfast and Lunch free to all students as long as you complete the required form. Breakfast and Lunch free to all students as long as you complete the required form.

11 ATTENDANCE PROCEDURES 1. Notify the school office 1. Notify the school office 2. Send a note when child returns to 2. Send a note when child returns to school school 3. Address/ Telephone updates 3. Address/ Telephone updates 4. Attendance/ Tardiness affect 4. Attendance/ Tardiness affect ED Choice Scholarships ED Choice Scholarships

12 SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY The intention of a uniform The intention of a uniform dress code is to aid in 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.

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

14 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. 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.

15 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. 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.

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

17 SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY Personal Hygiene: Bringing skin care, hair care, nail care, and cosmetic products to school is not permitted. Personal Hygiene: Bringing skin care, hair care, nail care, and cosmetic products to school is not permitted.

18 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.

19 SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY Girls Pants: Black uniform pants are required. Pants are to be all cotton or cotton/poly fabrics. 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. 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. 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. All shorts, skirts, capris must be cotton or cotton/poly blends. All must be solid black with no stripes, markings, or logos.

20 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. 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. 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. Sweatshirts: Solid black, long-sleeved sweatshirts are allowed. They may be pullover or zipper style.

21 TUITION Tuition Payments only made through Ms. Dye (937) at Homewood Campus. Tuition Payments only made through Ms. Dye (937) at Homewood Campus. Generous Financial Assistance for ALL students Generous Financial Assistance for ALL students [click on the following links on this page [click on the following links on this page [PSAS, P.A.C.E., EdChoice] to see important details or contact school office [PSAS, P.A.C.E., EdChoice] to see important details or contact school office Private School Aid Service (PSAS Required) Private School Aid Service (PSAS Required) Private School Aid Service (PSAS Required) Private School Aid Service (PSAS Required) P.A.C.E. (Parents Advancing Choice in Education) Scholarship (937) P.A.C.E. (Parents Advancing Choice in Education) Scholarship (937) P.A.C.E. (Parents Advancing Choice in Education) Scholarship (937) P.A.C.E. (Parents Advancing Choice in Education) Scholarship (937) EdChoice Scholarship Program EdChoice Scholarship Program EdChoice Scholarship Program EdChoice Scholarship Program


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