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Saint Dominic Catholic School provides a learning environment that develops students to their fullest potential through an exceptional foundation in faith, academics, leadership, and service.

  • 2023-2024 Supplies, Books, Calendar
    Student Books: Student books have been ordered by the school for registered students. We are using a vendor that was previously Campus Bookstore. Our former vendor MBS was acquired by Barnes and Nobles and does not deal with smaller volumes of books. They are gearing more towards college and high school levels. The books purchased are the consumable soft cover textbooks. Hardback books for social studies have been purchased by the school for our students to use. Parents that purchase books before July 15th will receive a 5% discount and should use the code EBD23. Please note no school tuition or fees are drafted in the month June. The following are the consumable book fees by grade level (this amount includes the 1st quarter novels for middle school literature). Click on the below link to order: Kindergarten- $181.85 1st grade - $204.80 2nd grade - $213.80 3rd grade - $183.80 4th grade - $158.85 5th grade - $158.85 6th grade - $262.70 7th grade - $232.75 8th grade Algebra students (notified by school office)- $185.80 8th grade Non Algebra - $235.75 Thank you to our St. Dominic PTO for offering this school supply kit service as a convenience to our parents. The supplies that are ordered through Olensky’s will be labeled and delivered to the students class room a week before book drop. Parents don’t have to do the running around or searching at different stores. The kits are not required and attached below is a school supply list for those wanting to do their own shopping.
  • 2024 Summer Information and Summer Packets
    CAPP Training - New User Letter CAPP Training - Renewal Letter 2023 Summer Information and Summer Packets 2023 PreK 4 Summer Practice work (For rising Kindergarteners) 2023 Kindergarten Summer Practice Packet (For rising first graders) 2023 First Grade Summer practice work (For rising second graders) 1st Grade Summer Sound Chart 1st Grade Summer Learning Mats 1st Grade Summer Guided Phonics 2023 Second Grade Summer Packet (For rising third graders) Rising third grade packet 2023 Third Grade Summer Packet (For rising fourth graders) Rising fourth grade math packet Rising fourth grade summer reading - Stone Fox by John Reynolds Gardiner 2023 Fourth Grade Summer Packet (For rising fifth graders) Rising fifth grade packet Rising fifth grade summer reading - Lemonade Wars by Jacquelyne Davies 2023 Middle School Summer Packets (For rising sixth, seventh, and eighth graders) Middle School Summer Reading Incoming Algebra Students Summer Packet Rising Sixth Grade Math Packet Rising Seventh Grade Math Packet Rising Eighth Grade Math Packet
  • Uniform Guidelines
    There will be no changes to uniforms for the next school year. Zoghby’s will still be our preferred provider. Attached below are the uniform guidelines. Boys’ uniforms for PK3 and PK4 are available through Zoghbys. For the PK3 and PK4 girls’ dresses, see below for ordering information. 2023-24 Uniform Guidelines
  • Parent/Student Handbook
  • Pre-School Handbook
  • Carpool/ Walkers
    Carpool Video Walker Contract
  • After School Care
    After school care is available for your child(ren) at St. Dominic Catholic School from 3:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. We are closed on all school holidays and half school days. To ensure your child’s place in After School Care next year, please complete the attached registration form and return it along with your per child registration fee to the School Office. If you have any questions, please email the After School Director, Susan Barber at or you may call Patty Reed in the school office at 661-5226.
  • PTO
    What is PTO? PTO stands for Parent Teacher Organization. The purpose of your PTO is to work with and under the direction of the pastor and the principal for the welfare of the school and the children in a way that: · supports programs that enrich our children’s education · fosters an atmosphere of mutual support within the school community · develops pride and ownership in school by involving parents -raises funds to supplement both the teachers' and the school’s needs so that each child is provided with the opportunity for the development of their educational and spiritual needs. What does your PTO do? Here are just a FEW of the many things your PTO does. · PTO supports our parents!! We host meetings to keep all parents up to date with what is happening at St, Dominic Catholic School. We support the room mothers for each class level. These room moms help the teachers plan and execute all the fun things the kids do throughout the school year. We plan parent and student events along with hosting spirit nights to give the opportunity to keep our school families engaged and spending time together. We were very excited to host the first Daddy Daughter Dance this past year. We are working hard on some exciting plans to host our first Mother Son event! Our board and committees are working very hard to bring our families together and keep a strong SDCS community. · PTO supports our teachers!! We work hard to show our teachers appreciation in several ways. Throughout the year, we provide various appreciation events for our teachers, including a welcome back to school lunch, a Christmas breakfast, a teacher appreciation lunch and an end of school year lunch. We also love surprising our teachers throughout the year with various surprises and treats! We have a program that allows teachers to purchase extra supplies for their classrooms and PTO reimburses them. These are supplies that go directly into the hands of our kids! Your teachers have days where they stay late for meetings after being at school early and teaching all day. PTO supplies snacks for them on these days! We also give every teacher a gift for Christmas. “A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to make light for others.” We are blessed at our school with AMAZING teachers that give all of themselves for our children and we are proud to support them! · PTO supports our school! We host various fundraisers throughout the year to raise funds that go directly back into our school. These fundraisers include Spirit Nights, Kona Ice, FUNDRAY Cookie Dough Sale, Big Tuna Car Wash, School Store, Back to School Supplies Packs and many more! We are excited to announce the opening of our St. Dominic PTO Spirit Store that includes some must have designs! We help with book drop, St. Mary’s Birthday, Red ribbon week, Parent Involvement Committee, Student council events, and many other events throughout the year. · PTO supports our principal!! We work directly with our principal to raise funds for small and large initiatives and to accomplish goals that benefit our children. These are just a few examples of what PTO does throughout the year. We cannot do all that we do without parent support. Thank you for your continued support! 2023/2024 PTO Board Lauren Maurin, President Jennifer York, Vice President Amber Carr, Secretary Crystal Taylor, Treasurer Melanie Fromdahl, Lower Grades Teacher Rep Henry Nonnenmacher, Upper Grades Teacher Rep Becky Karns, Executive Room Parent Laura Ball, Head Room Representative (Preschool) Jennifer Patrick, Head Room Representative (K – 5) Erin Cowart, Head Room Representative (6 – 8) Laura Ball, Spirit Committee Chair Cristin Waite, Spirit Committee Member Mary Smith, Spirit Committee Member Lauren Speirs, Spirit Committee Member Amber Holston, Events Committee Chair Sarah McMichael, Events Committee Member Missy Smith, Events Committee Member Stephanie Johnson, Events Committee Member Danielle Lisenba, Events Committee Member Kari Howard, Fundraising Committee Chair Katie Wittendorfer, Fundraising Committee Member Sharon Cox, Fundraising Committee Member Jennifer Clark, Fundraising Committee Member PTO Documents and Links What is Carlita’s Closet? Visit our Spirit Store - PTO Dues Form (Link is: ) PTO Organizational Chart Parent Involvement Committee PTO Constitution
  • School Advisory Council
    The school advisory council is a council whose authority is derived from the Archbishop and the Archdiocesan Board of Education. Called into being by the local parish, it has the specific mission of providing quality Catholic education for children in the parish whose parents desire to take advantage of such an opportunity. The primary functions of the council are to aid and support the principal and staff, to represent parents in helping to determine the kind of education children will receive, and to help create a climate that will be conducive to maintaining standards of excellence. (Anyone desiring consideration of an issue for the school council should contact one of its officers) Michael Smith, President Mary Katherine Dunn, Vice President Courtney Crowe, Secretary Cindy Peck Marsha Williams Milton Larche Stan Coarsey Carol Harwood Exofficio Members Rev. Patrick Driscoll, Pastor Mrs. Laurie Michener, Principal Mrs. Debra Pueschel, Vice Principal Ric Savadra, Parish Finance Rep
  • AR Test Information
    Visit Renaissance Website Your students may now take AR tests at home. Due to the sanitation efforts in place, access to shared devices at school may be decreased so we are giving students the option to take AR tests at home as well. Go to the following link: If prompted for a Renaissance ID, enter the following: sdcs-21rc Under Log in, the User Name and Password are the same as your student uses at school. Your student should know their user name and password.
  • Family Portal
    Visit the Family Portal
  • Eagles Spirit Store
    Visit our PTO Sponsored Spirit Store - Visit the Eagles Spirit Store
  • Bookstore
    Visit the Bookstore
  • Child Protection Training (CAPP)
    Visit the CAPP Training Website
  • FACTS Grant & Aid Assessments
    Visit the FACTS Website
  • Online Giving
    Visit Online Giving
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