Traditional Kindergarten - Junior High
Child Leaving Early
To pick up your child before the close of school, your child must give the school nurse a note stating the pick-up time and reason. Students will be given a green slip which they will bring to the school office when they leave. Elementary students should be picked up at the school office and must be signed out by the authorized adult.
Student absences must be reported by contacting Jeannine Blatt, school nurse, at 533-7382. She will then inform your child’s teacher. If you would like to make arrangements to receive or pick up your child’s homework, make that request to Ms. Blatt at this time.
If your child is tardy, please have them report to Jeannine Blatt (school nurse) who will write them an admission slip to allow them to go to their classroom.
Medicine During the School Day
You must complete an SUV Medication Administration Authorization Form and have it on file with Ms. Blatt for ALL medicines. This form must be signed by a doctor as well. The form is available on Edline but you must log in. The click path is Edline>Log in>Nurse> Medication Administration Form. You must provide any medicine, whether it is prescription or OTC. Students are not permitted to carry any medicines. Should your child need medicine unexpectedly during the school day you are welcome to come to the school and administer it yourself. The complete school policy regarding medicines is in the handbook. Please discuss your concerns or questions with Ms. Blatt.
Visiting or Volunteering at the School
All visitors and volunteers at the Main School are required to sign in at the school office and obtain a nametag. If you need to bring anything for your child after the school day has begun, please bring it to the office and they will send it on to your child.
After-school care is available from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. for all Villa students, preschool through 8th grade. Registration is required. Schedule, costs, rules, and registration is available on Edline. Homework Club is available for grades 1-8 from Monday through Thursday from 3:00 to 4:00 PM and provides a teacher-monitored quiet time. Homework Club can be done alone or in conjunction with After-School Care. The same registration form is used for both After-School Care and Homework Club. Emergency After-Care is available on a limited basis and is arranged by calling Kathy Krieger at the school office. Contact Tricia Scherer, After-Care Director at firstname.lastname@example.org: 533-7622.
The Villa offers many opportunities for organized sports. Soccer is offered starting in spring to Villa Kindergarteners with boys/girls basketball, volleyball, softball, and golf added in later grades. Registration information and deadlines are posted in the weekly Wednesday Parents’ Bulletin.
St. Ursula Villa’s new lunch program is open to students from Kindergarten (Montessori and Traditional) through 8th grade. Students can order that day's offeredhot lunch item or choose from the available a la carte items.Parents load funds ontostudent lunch cards/accounts for easy payment.Students can also bring a packed lunch.
All students receive one drink (white 2%, chocolate 1%, or orange juice) on eachschool day. Additional milks are $.25.Water is also available at lunch.?