Admissions

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Registration

We are pleased to welcome you….please download the registration forms for the 2016-2017 school year.

Tuition & Fees

4K – Grade 8 Tuition
• $1750 One Child
• $3300 Two Children
• $4850 Three Children

Fees:
A non-refundable $50 per child registration fee is due at the time of registration.
A $25 playground fee paid at the beginning of the school year
A $5 GALA of Giving classroom project fee paid at the beginning of the school year

FACTS

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To register an account with FACTS, click on the FACTS registration link. To check on an established account with FACTS, click on the FACTS tuition management link.

FACT Registration

 

FACTS Tuition Management

St. John Bosco Catholic School uses the FACTS Tuition Management Program to handle our payment plans. If you pay your tuition through FACTS Tuition Management, you can check on the status of your account, the schedule of payments still to be made, a listing of those payments already made, and a complete listing of all activity through you account.

Click here to review your account: https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3G1F4

NOTE: In order to access you account, you will need the information on the confirmation letter, which FACTS sent to you when your account was established.

If you would like more information about the company, feel free to visit their Web site at www.factsmgt.com. FACTS Tuition Management works with nearly 5,000 educational institutions and over a million families each year, helping them achieve their goals. They have been in business since 1986 and specialize in working with schools like ours.

www.factsmgt.com (866) 412-4637 [email protected]

Tuition Assistance

tuition_assistanceFinancial Aid is available to qualified families. Applications must be made annually.

Families can reduce the amount of tuition paid up to a total of $250 per family by using $CRIP.

•The $CRIP program allows you to purchase gift certificates or gift cards (called SCRIP) to be used as cash at local retrial and some national service and food establishments. When SCRIP is used, the business donates a percentage of the amount spent to the school. Families may generate up to $250 of SCRIP to apply to their tuition. When purchasing SCRIP let the staff member know to credit your family.

•SCRIP can be ordered through the school office or purchased directly at the Corpus Christi parish office or after Mass on the weekends. Extended family and friends may also help in reaching the assigned goal. SCRIP sales for the school year must be completed by April 30.

*To apply for tuition assistance, click on the link in the blue column on the left of the page.

Dress Code

The dress code at St. John Bosco Catholic School reflects the seriousness and importance of learning and our pride in being members of this school community. Parents are expected to monitor student dress to ensure compliance with the dress code.

TOPS

Shirts with sleeves

Notes:
• All shirts must be long enough to be tucked in
• No spaghetti strap or tank top shirts or dresses are allowed unless another shirt is worn over the top
• All tops must cover the collarbone and must not be excessively tight fitting and/or may not expose the stomach area.

BOTTOMS

Well fitted jeans or pants
Mid thigh shorts (May through October)
Mid thigh skirts or dresses

Notes:
•Shorts, skorts, or skirts must be no more than 3” above the knee.
•Shorts can only be worn from May 1 through October 31
SHOES AND SOCKS

Shoes worn must be functional and neat.
Tennis shoes are required for participation in Physical Education for all grades.

Grades PK-5
•Shoes must have a back
•Tennis shoes are preferred.
•Students must wear waterproof boots and snow pants during the winter season.
•Dress boots are not allowed.

Grades 6-8
•Dress boots are allowed if winter play is limited to the blacktop areas
•Slip on shoes or shoes without a back are permitted.

OPTIONAL UNIFORM

-Navy blue or Khaki pants (shorts)
-Royal blue or white long or short sleeve shirts with collars

PE DRESS CODE 6-8 ONLY

Middle School students have a uniform for PE classes which are purchased through the school. Student names must be identified on all PE clothes and shoes.

UNACCEPTABLE DRESS AND APPEARANCE*

The following are not permitted at St. John Bosco School at any time:

•Short shorts/short skirts (more than 3 inches above the knee)
•Mesh or sheer (see-through) clothing or clothing exposing the midriff area or cleavage
•Clothing with inappropriate words or symbols (Advertising drugs, alcohol, tobacco, etc. or vulgar, profane, or sexually suggestive symbols or words)
•Flip flops or shoes with wheels
•Ripped/torn clothing
•No hats, caps or other outdoor attire may be worn at any time in the school building
•Hats, scarves, bandanas, kerchiefs, winter headbands or sunglasses in school building (unless for medical reasons)
•Low riding or hip hugging pants
•Oversized jeans or low hanging pants
•Excessive or inappropriate jewelry including rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings
•Extreme haircuts/styles
•Boys’ and girls’ hair may not be colored to an unnatural hue.

* Final decisions regarding appropriate attire will be at the discretion of the school principal.

Transportation

Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, and Sevastapol School Districts provide bus transportation both to and from school each day for St. John Bosco students. Parents should call the Transportation Department of the district directly to make any bussing arrangements or changes for their child(ren).

Southern Door Transportation Number
920-825-7321 X251

Sturgeon Bay Transportation Number
920-818-0785

Sevastapol Transportation Number
920-743-6282 x116

Preschool

The goals of St. John Bosco’s 4K program are to help your child to:
¨ develop a love of learning;
¨ develop a good self-image;
¨ become aware of others in relationship to self;
¨ become independent;
¨ develop social skills;
¨ be able to share;
¨ develop communication skills;
¨ develop physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually.

The 4K program is licensed by the Wisconsin Non-Public School Accrediting Agency. The adult/student ratio is one adult per ten children. The staff provides a warm and loving atmosphere in which each child is encouraged to grow.

Our teachers are licensed by the state of Wisconsin with specialization in early childhood education. Our aides are experienced professionals with experience in working with young children.

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