FOR YOUR CHILD

*Additional required assignments were distributed please contact the School Office

if you are in need of a replacement.

TEXTBOOK LOAN

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Dear Parents,
 
St. Rocco School orders all books for students who reside in the following cities or towns: Johnston, Providence and Bristol/Warren Regional School District.
 
All other students must order books from their local city or town.  Some local school departments sent information pertaining to the dates and times for ordering and picking up the text books. 

If your city or town information is was not enclosed in your child's packet that was sent home, please call your local school department.
 
Listed below are the Science, Math, Social Studies, Spanish, and Language Arts books required

for the 2022-2023 school year.
 
Please note: Students will not be able to order any text books for the 2022-2023 school year until

all previous loaned books are returned. Make sure the text book is stamped with the correct city

or town in the inside cover. 
 
If you have any questions regarding textbook loan ~ feel free to call the school.
 
Thank you,
 
Mrs. Robin Okolowitcz
 
Mrs. Robin Okolowitcz
Dir. of Non-Academic Affairs
401.944.2993

SUMMER READING

 
Outdoor Reading

Dear Parents,
 
St. Rocco School orders all books for students who reside in the following cities or towns:

Johnston, Providence and Bristol/Warren Regional School District.
 
All other students must order books from their local city or town.  Some local school departments sent information pertaining to the dates and times for ordering and picking up the text books. 

If your city or town information is was not enclosed in your child's packet that was sent home, please call your local school department.
 
Listed below are the Science, Math, Social Studies, Spanish, and Language Arts books required

for the 2022-2023 school year.
 
Please note: Students will not be able to order any text books for the 2022-2023 school year

until all previous loaned books are returned. Make sure the text book is stamped with the correct city or town in the inside cover. 
 
If you have any questions regarding textbook loan ~ feel free to call the school.
 
Thank you,
 
Mrs. Robin Okolowitcz
 
Mrs. Robin Okolowitcz
Dir. of Non-Academic Affairs
401.944.2993

 
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FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM

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Dear Parents,
 

St. Rocco School participates in the National School Lunch Program. Please fill out a free

and reduced meal benefit application for your child/ren. New applications need to be filled out at the start of each new school year. Please be sure to fill out the application entirely to ensure timely processing. If you were receiving free or reduced meal benefits last year but failed to fill out a new application before the October 15th deadline, any balance incurred between that time and the time that a new application was filed is still your responsibility

to pay. All children currently living in your household should be listed on ONE application. 

Income eligibility guidelines change each year, so even if you did not qualify for benefits

last year, you may qualify this year. 

If you receive a direct certification letter from the state that says "please bring this letter

to your school," you do not need to fill out an application, but you must send the letter

in to the School Office in order to start receiving meal benefits. 

We cannot offer your family free & reduced meal benefits until the date that we have an application or direct certification letter on file, so please be sure to fill one out as soon

as possible.

 

Please note that if your ability to pay or circumstances have changed, please re-submit

a new application to be considered for Free & Reduced Benefits. We accept payment in

the form of cash but check preferred.

 

Please make all checks payable to St. Rocco School.

 

UNIFORMS

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The school uniform is a symbol of unity within the school community.  It minimizes distractions in the learning process and teaches students to take pride in their

appearance by wearing the regulated uniform. By wearing the uniform, students

are constantly reminded they are representing St. Rocco School.

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STUDENT HANDBOOK

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Dear Parents & Guardians:

 

The St. Rocco School handbook (which you may find below) was created to share the policies and regulations of St. Rocco School so that all students may grow spiritually, academically and personally in a safe school environment.

 

The policies are derived form a number of sources: Diocese of Providence Catholic School Office, Rhode Island Department of Education,and St. Rocco School. They are intended to provide the best possible learning environment for your children in keeping with our highest academic, social, and spiritual standings.

 

I recommend that you read this handbook thoroughly with your children, and sign where indicated on the last page. Please return the signature sheet to the office. Do not hesitate

to call me at 944-2993 if you have any questions.

 

With your continued support and cooperation we will continue to work together toward the common goal of not only educating your children, but also providing them with the moral values and faith training which will remain with them for the rest of their lives.

 

Sincerely,
Ms. Regina M. Hand
Principal

 

NURSES CORNER

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ST. ROCCO SCHOOL 2021-22
Health and Safety
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Below you will find links for our SRS Reopening Plan, SRS COVID-19 Policy and Procedures and other important school forms. St. Rocco School is committed to the health, safety, and well-being of our whole school community. We follow all RIDOH safety guidelines and offer

a 5 full-day in-person educational experience. The following is the link to the RIDOH

PreK-12 Playbook:

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SAFE ENVIRONMENT

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Volunteers play an important role at St. Rocco School. Many of the events and activities

are made possible through their support. Our school functions best when there is an

active Parent/Guardian Association. We thank you in advance for the generosity of

your time and/or talents.

 

Anyone interested in volunteering must have a BCI check, and view the Safe Environment video from the Diocese of Providence.

Safe Environment Training

The safe environment training has been updated and condensed to approximately 1

5 minutes. The new link is: http://dioceseofprovidence.org/safe-environment-training-powerpoints  After viewing the training, you are required to come to the school office and sign a log sheet to confirm you have completed the training. At that time you will be asked

to complete the BCI paperwork as well. Please be sure you have your license and/or proper identification with you.

 
 

STUDENT SUPPLY LIST

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For continuity and consistency, the teachers of the following grades requested that some supplies be purchased at school and other supplies be purchased outside of school. For supplies to be purchased at school, on the first day of school simply put the designated amount of money in an envelope, marked with “Student’s Name & Homeroom /Supply $”.

The supplies will be distributed to the student by the teacher in the classroom sometime

the first week of school. Please make all checks payable to: St. Rocco School.   
 
All text books are required to be covered with cloth book covers. “Book Looks” stretch

fabric covers are available to purchase at school. There is no cost “while supply last”!

While supplies last!  Paper back text can be covered with clear contact paper.                       

 

All students in Grades 1-8 are asked to bring in a Soft Zippered Pencil Case.
NO Mechanical Pencils, TRAPPER KEEPERS, or BACKPACK W/WHEELS.

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