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  • Our 2018 Neumann Scholar

     

    Andrea Wat
    2018 Neumann Scholar


            Congratulations to Andrea Wat for being named a 2018 Neumann Scholar.  This honor entitles Andrea to a 4 year scholarship to an Archdiocesan high school.  Andrea's dedication to her scholastics has resulted in this outstanding accomplishment and distinguished her as one of the most academically talented students in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.  There were 907 qualified students who sat for the examination and of that number 40 have been named Neumann Scholars.  Congratulations Andrea!  We are so proud of you!
  • Thanksgiving Food Drive

    When: Monday, Nov. 13th to Monday, Nov. 20th

    Who: All grades

    What: MPRCS will be hosting a food drive, put together by the student council. All food donations will go toward the Saint Gabriel Church Food Cupboard, located in the Grays Ferry Section of Philadelphia. Each grade will be assigned a certain kind of canned or packaged goods.

    Pre-K 3 and 4:  Boxes of potatoes (mashed, scalloped or sweet)

    Kindergarten: Rice/Boxes of Stove Top Stuffing

    Grades 1 and 2: Mac’ N Cheese

    Grades 3 and 4:  Packages of turkey gravy/Cranberries

    Grades 5 and 6: Cookies/Canned fruit cocktail

    Grades 7 and 8: Canned corn, green beans or peas

     
  • Winter Uniform

    The winter uniform is:

     

    For girls and boys in PK3 and PK4, they may continue to wear the khakis and polo shirts or the gym uniform any day. Shorts may not be worn after October 20. Khaki pants and skirts may be worn. The gym uniform consists of the navy sweatshirt with the school logo and navy sweatpants. The PK3 and PK4 children may wear sneakers all year.


    For girls in grades K-5: the school jumper is worn with navy socks or tights and the buc shoe or navy or black Mary Jane shoe. The school sweater is worn if the child needs a sweater in school. No sneakers or shorts may be worn with the winter uniform.

    For boys in grades K-5: khaki pants are worn with a long or short sleeve polo shirt with the school logo and a belt. Cargo pants are not part of the uniform. Dress black or brown socks are worn with the buc shoe. No shorts or sneakers are worn with the winter uniform.

    For girls in grades 6-8: the skirt or kilt is worn with a blue or white oxford shirt; navy knee socks or tights may be worn with the buc shoe. The school sweater, sleeveless or with sleeves, with the school logo is part of the winter uniform.

    For boys in grades 6-8: khaki pants are worn with a blue or white oxford dress shirt, a belt, and the school tie.  Black or brown dress socks are worn with the bus shoe. The school sweater, sleeveless or with sleeves, with the school logo is part of the winter uniform.

    For all grades for gym: the navy sweatshirt with the school logo is worn with navy sweatpants. The pants do not require the school logo. Children are encouraged to wear the school gym tee shirt under the sweatshirt and may be given permission to remove the sweatshirt, if temperatures warrant this. The school gym shorts may also be worn under the sweatpants. Children may be permitted to wear the shorts while participating in gym class. Sneakers are to be mostly black or mostly white. 

  • Allergy and Medical Conditions

    If your child has allergies or medical conditions that require us to have epi pens and/or medications on hand at school, you need to complete a Food Allergy Action Plan. This plan needs to be signed by the parent or guardian and the physician. Any medications needed for the plan must be in the original container. All plans must have specific instructions and proper signatures. The plan may be found at the below links.

    Welcome Letter
    Action Plan

  • New Vaccination Requirements

    Please click the attached link to see the new vaccination requirements for the upcoming school year!

    http://mpregional.org/documents/2017/8/20170817091346341.pdf

  • United Way Campaign

    It’s that time of year when you decide upon your contributions to the United Way.
    Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School is among the choices in this annual giving campaign. The # for MPRCS is 50530.

    We thank you for giving us this consideration! 

  • Mother of Providence Receives Connelly Foundation Grants

    Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School recently received two grants from the Connelly Foundation. Through the Connelly Foundation’s PACT (Promoting Achievement through Classroom Technology) program, Mother of Providence is pleased to be receiving 30 new Chromebooks with Google EDU Management Console Licenses as well as a cart for storage and charging. A second grant was received for a 3D Printer and software to enhance the school's STEM program.
    SEE THE PRESS RELEASE