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Train up a child in the way he should go... (Prov 22.6)

PTA Meeting

Parent Teacher Association meetings are held the second Monday of each month starting in September and ending in May. Parents are required to attend (8) meetings per year.

When circumstances arise, which make it impossible for a parent to attend a required meeting, a representative 18 years of age or older may be sent.

We request that each representative sign in at the meetings. Meeting usually last one hour and parents are expected to be present for the entire meeting.

Materials & Supplies

Kindergarten through 5th Grades:
Each child will need pencils, crayons, glue, scissors and a bible. A school box will be needed. Teachers will as-sign additional supplies per grade level.

Rules of Basic Conduct for Students

Students of the school shall be expected to follow these Rules of Basic Conduct:
1. Show respect for others, their possessions, and themselves.
2. Be in their classroom and ready to work @ 8:30 a.m. each day.
3. Once arriving at school, students shall not leave the campus.
4. No running in the building at any time.
5. Keep their coats, backpack. etc in the designated areas.
6. Confine the consumption of food to the lunchroom.
7. Gum chewing is not allowed.
8. Use appropriate language at all times.
9. Follow the directions of the teacher and other adults while in school building or on the playground.

Absences

In case of an absence, the parent must write a dated note to the teacher explaining the reason for the absence. The note must be sent the day the student returns to school or he will not be permitted to attend class. There are no excused absences except for student illness or death in the immediate family. Excessive unexcused absences may result in dismissal from school. No refunds on tuition will be made because of absences. Any student who is absent for (40) days or more can not pass to the next grade.

Withdrawals

Students having attended one day or more of any period will owe the full period’s tuition. Records will not be transferred should a student withdraw while still having a debt to the school.

The Curriculum

The A Beka Curriculum, developed by Pensacola Christian Academy, provides quality education from a Christian perspective. The textbooks and teaching aids are God-honoring. The A Beka approach to Christian education keeps learning lively, interesting, and memorable.

Registration/Books

A book fee of $125.00 for Kindergarten and $225.00 for 1st—5th Grades shall be submitted with the completed enrollment documents. This fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. If there is no opening, this fee will assure a place on the waiting list. Each child has a book(s) for each subject. Most books remain at school. However, when homework is assigned, the child is able to carry the appropriate book(s) home. At the end of the year, all books go home with the child.

Tuition/Books (self-pay)

A book fee of $125.00 for Kindergarten and $225.00 for 1st—5th Grades shall be submitted with the completed enrollment documents. This fee is non-refundable and non-transferable. If there is no opening, this fee will assure a place on the waiting list. Each child has a book(s) for each subject. Most books remain at school. However, when homework is assigned, the child is able to carry the appropriate book(s) home. At the end of the year, all books go home with the child.

Registration/Books

The first payment on the 10th month payment plan shall be paid by August 22nd. The tuition payment is non-refundable and non-transferable under any circumstance. Tuition payments are due the first of each month. The last payment is due May 1st. Tuition rates for 2012-2013 are as follows:
Registration
One student: $393.00 monthly
Second student in family (siblings) $293.00 monthly
Third student in family (siblings) $168.00 monthly
Note: A $20.00 late fee will be charged to your account if payment is not received on the due date.

Character Training

Character training is one of the supreme goals of Christian education. God says, “Train up a child in the way he/she should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” (Proverbs 22:6) Children must be faithfully trained, line upon line, precept upon precept, day after day. To train means to exercise, to discipline, to teach and form by practice. When a person is trained, it becomes part of their character to do what they have been taught. It is built in their spirit, and they have to go against his spirit to do the wrong thing. Training builds habits that are right and training must take place all through the day, not merely in a character lesson taught once a day or once a week.

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