Sycamore is our Student Information System where parents and students can access information regarding school calendars, permission forms, student grades, homework assignments, family accounting, family contact information, and so much more.

Our school ID is 2729. Your user name and password can be provided by the school office as well as assistance in using the site. Both students and parents can have their own logins.

Saint Patrick School is proud to offer a daily in-house prepared hot lunch menu as well as a salad bar full of freshly cut vegetables, white and chocolate milk, and water. Throughout the year, our cook prepares specialty lunches, themed menu’s, “favorite” meals and several treats making lunchtime an extra special time of day.\

Saint Patrick School Hot Lunch Program is an independent program. We are not part of the Federal / State Hot Lunch (School Nutrition) Program. Our Hot Lunch Program is fully funded by Saint Patrick School. Saint Patrick School Hot Lunch Program reimburses free and reduced prices. In order to maintain / retain our Title Funding and Special Education programs we are required to have Free and Reduced Lunch Price information following the Federal / State guidelines.

Please contact Principal Dan Bell in the School Office at 715-386-3941 or by e-mail at dbell@stpatrickeducenter.org with any questions regarding the Free and Reduced Lunch program.

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All students at Saint Patrick School are expected to dress in a manner that reflects our school’s Catholic Identity. The implementation of school uniforms will help minimize disruptive behavior, promote respect for oneself and others, and build school/community spirit. Saint Patrick School also feels that wearing of uniforms by students will help lessen the impact of socioeconomic differences and encourage students to concentrate on learning rather than attire.

General Requirements

  • All students are required to have hair of natural color.
  • All clothing must be neat and clean. All shirts must be tucked in. No baggy, tattered, or torn clothing. Pant legs cannot drag on floor. No non-school logos on clothing.
  • Uniform Shorts may be worn from the start of school to October 15; and from April 15 to school year’s end.
  • Spirit Wear Days are held on the first Wednesday of every month (unless it is a Holy Day of Obligation). On this day students and staff may wear any type of shirt/sweatshirt/sweater which promotes Saint Patrick School or Church, accompanied by uniform bottoms.
  • Theme Days are held once a month and ‘themes’ are determined by Student Council with the permission of the principal. If a student chooses not to take part, he or she must wear the school uniform.
  • Out of Uniform Days – students are not required to wear uniforms and can wear school appropriate clothing (per guidelines below) of their choosing.
  • Scouting Uniforms may be worn the day of Scout meetings.
  • Saint Patrick Sports’ Uniforms – volleyball, cross country, basketball, baseball, and softball shirts may be worn on the day of the FIRST home game.

Non-Uniform Days

  • Attire must be neat with no inappropriate logos, symbols or words
  • There is no attire permitted that makes reference to alcohol, tobacco, drugs or depicting violent acts (scenes, weapons, etc). No politically motivated or socially inflammatory slogans or graphics.
  • Clothing must be in good condition and have no rips, tears, or holes.
  • Hats may not be worn unless specified for the occasion.
  • Out of uniform passes (if/when issued) may not be used on days when students attend Mass or participate in field trips that require uniforms be worn. Uniforms are required for all Masses.
  • No sandals, flip-flops, or slippers allowed unless specified for the occasion.
  • Socks or tights are required at all times.
  • Undergarments must not be visible.
  • Clothing that fails to cover the midriff, back, shoulders, or student’s posterior is not permitted. If leggings are worn as pants, a shirt or sweater must cover the posterior.

DRESS CODE / UNIFORM VIOLATIONS

Parental cooperation is necessary to maintain a uniform dress code. It is the parents’ responsibility to assure the uniform regulations are followed so class time is not taken for teachers and principal to remind and enforce adherence to the dress code.

Implementation of Uniform Policy: The principal reserves the right to interpret, enforce, and modify the uniform policy / dress code as necessary. The school reserves the right to act upon any fad, trend, or radical behavior that may be distracting to students. All staff will be working together to ensure that the dress code is enforced.

The following consequences will be enforced:

1st Offense: Verbal warning.
2nd Offense: Verbal warning and parents notified.
3rd Offense: Immediate phone call to parents resulting in student being required to change prior to participating in further school activities and detention assigned.

DRESS FOR WINTER RECESS

Students in Preschool – Grade 4 are required to wear snow pants and boots for outdoor winter play.

K-4TH GRADE UNIFORM POLICY

This is a comprehensive list. Your adherence to this policy is appreciated.

Description

Color

Style

Classic Polo Shirt

  • White
  • Hunter Green
  • Short Sleeve
  • Long Sleeve
  • School logo optional
  • Must be long enough to tuck into pants or skirt

Sweater

  • Navy Blue
  • Long Sleeve Cardigan

Sweatshirt

  • Hunter Green
  • Must have Saint Patrick School Logo
  • Only hunter green sweatshirts with Saint Patrick School Logo will be available for sale
  • Handed-down sweatshirts of other colors may be worn and will phase out in the coming years

Pants

  • Navy Blue
  • Twill only
  • No cargo or ankle banded pants

Shorts
(Sept – Oct 15th)
(April 15th – June)

  • Navy Blue
  • Twill
  • No cargo

Jumper

  • Plaid #80
  • Length of jumper must be no shorter than two inches above the knee

Skirt or Skort

  • Navy Blue
  • Plaid #80
  • Length of skirt or skort must be no shorter than two inches above the knee

Socks

  • Black
  • White
  • Brown
  • Navy Blue
  • Ankle – no knee highs, crews, or athletic socks with shorts
  • Tights or leggings (must be white or navy blue)

Tennis or Dress Shoes

  • Black
  • Brown
  • White
  • Gray
  • Shoes must be closed-toe and closed-heel
  • NO sandals, clogs, boots, moccasins, or platform shoes are permitted
  • Tops of shoes must be ankle-height or lower
  • Heels must be no higher than 1 ½ inches
  • No roller or light up shoes

Belts

  • Black
  • Brown
  • Plain, no studs or embellishments

Hair Accessories

  • White
  • Navy Blue
  • Hunter Green

MIDDLE SCHOOL UNIFORM POLICY (5th – 8th grades)

Description

Color

Style

Classic Polo Shirt

  • White
  • Hunter Green
  • Short Sleeve
  • Long Sleeve
  • School logo optional
  • Must be long enough to tuck into pants or skirt

Sweater

  • Navy Blue
  • Long Sleeve Cardigan

Sweatshirt

  • Hunter Green
  • Must have Saint Patrick School Logo
  • Only hunter green sweatshirts with Saint Patrick School Logo will be available for sale. Handed-down sweatshirts of other colors may be worn and will phase out in the coming years.

Pants

  • Navy Blue
  • Khaki
  • Twill only
  • No cargo or ankle banded pants
  • Regular or relaxed fits

Shorts
(Sept – Oct 15th)
(April 15th – June)

  • Navy Blue
  • Khaki
  • Twill
  • No cargo

Skirt or Skort

  • Navy Blue
  • Khaki
  • Length of skirt or skort must be no shorter than two inches above the knee

Socks

  • Black
  • White
  • Brown
  • Navy Blue
  • Ankle – no knee highs, crews, or athletic socks with shorts
  • Tights or leggings (must be white or navy blue)

Tennis or Dress Shoes

  • Black
  • Brown
  • White
  • Gray
  • Shoes must be closed-toe and closed-heel
  • NO sandals, clogs, boots, moccasins, or platform shoes are permitted
  • Tops of shoes must be ankle-height or lower
  • Heels must be no higher than 1 ½ inches
  • No roller or light up shoes

Belts

  • Black
  • Brown
  • Plain, no studs or embellishments

Hair Accessories

  • White
  • Navy Blue
  • Hunter Green

This is a comprehensive list. Your adherence to this policy is appreciated.

Each week the school publishes a Weekly Family Newsletter updating our families on all of the week’s past happenings, upcoming events, and important news.

The School Committee is comprised of the principal, pastor, staff, and parents. The committee advices the principal and pastor on matters concerning the school.

As a parent volunteer organization we are here to help build a sense of community amongst the parents, students and staff of Saint Patrick School. Our programs and events are to help advance the mission of the school by involving the home, the school, and the community. SPPG events include speakers, Spooky Family Fun Night, Summer Send Off, family dances, church hospitalities, and several other social opportunities to introduce families to one another and to provide education for our families to support their concerns regarding raising a child in today’s society. To become involved in SPPG, please email the principal at dbell@stpatrickeducenter.org.

order to best serve our school, each family is requested to volunteer their time and talents throughout the year. Below is a list of annual opportunities. During the course of the year families are sent notices of upcoming events and opportunities to serve our school. “Volunteers do not have the time, they have the heart.” We thank you for sharing your time and talent with our school.

In order to volunteer, the Diocese requires that all volunteers go through our Safe Environment Training and a Background Check. Every individual needs to train separately with their own username and information.

Click on the link below. You will be directed to a page containing the training modules with questions following each module. You will need to answer all questions to complete the training. Please allow an hour or more to complete the initial training. All volunteers are required to complete this course along with their background check prior to volunteering and once every 5 years with the renewal of their Safe Environment Training.

Saint Patrick School’s annual calendar can be viewed in the pdf form below. For the most up to date calendar, please visit Sycamore. Further details on current events can be found in the school’s Weekly Family Newsletter.