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Progress Reports TADS Educate SIS (Parent Portal):

Please login to the TADS Educate SIS system and review all grades for this marking period. The Quarter ends on January 24th.

*Please note, the TADS Educate SIS portal will close on Wednesday, January 22nd at 6PM and willreopen the day report cards are distributed.
An email will be sent the evening prior to report cards being
ready for parents to view and print.

Week at a Glance 1/13/2020

Monday, January 13th: All reservations for the Sweetheart Dance are due. Please no late reservations. 

Tuesday, January 14th: Picture retakes canceled and rescheduled for January 24th. 

Friday, January 17th: Half Day. 11:15 Dismissal. 

MAP Testing JR HS

MAP Testing Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week (Jan 7 - 9).
Make sure your device is fully charged and you have a silent reading book.

Week at a Glance 12/16/19

  • Monday, December 16th: Lion King Dress Down (Be sure to wear the Bracelet)
  • Thursday, December 19th: Christmas Assembly, Red and Green Dress Down
  • Friday, December 20th: Christmas Mass at 8AM. 11:15 Dismissal, No After Care

Please read and understand the policy regarding students coming to school sick, with the flu, or with a fever.

Please read and understand the policy regarding students coming to school sick, with the flu, or with a fever. They will be sent home. If you can not pick them up, they will remain in the nurses office for the day and will not be permitted in class. This is very important. We have an obligation to keep our students healthy and the policy will be strictly enforced. 

If a student tests positive for the flu, children are not to return to school until they are at least fever free for 48-72 hours, as they are still considered to be contagious for about a week. In short, if your child is diagnosed with the flu, they must not come to school until they are cleared by a doctor. Any student who comes to school sick or with a fever will be sent home to insure the health and well being of everyone. All tests can be made up upon return. 

Additionally, even if your child does not have the flu, but has had a fever, they should not return to school until they are fever free for at least 24 hours. The same applies to vomiting and or/ "sensitive" stomach issues. We have members of our school family with compromised immune systems and all precautions should be taken to prevent other students from getting sick. I thank you all in advance for your understanding and cooperation in this matter. 

Mr. Lawrence Hansen
St. Joseph Hill Academy Elementary School
Staten Island, New York