Here are the forms that are most pertinent for Fall, 2019:
Click on the link below, to see your Teacher’s website:
My Student Progress (MSP) allows the school parents to access their students’ grades, as well as the school directory, in a secure location. To access My Student Progress, click here.
Steps to access the school directory:
1. Log into My Students Progress.
2. Click Modules tab on the top banner.
3. Click School Files under the Communications tab.
4. Click on the cloud icon to the right of the School Directory File to view or download the directory.
- Diane Carlin (TE School District) — Wednesday Morning
- Nicole Esposito — Monday, Wednesday, Friday
- Cathy Nunn — Tuesday, Thursday
Contact our school nurses using the email: email@example.com
Forms and Information
The St. Norbert School library is available online! For online access to the library, click here. On the subsequent web page, click on St. Norbert School, and you will be directed to the online library.
PLEASE HAVE A PLAN!
Please be sure your child knows their bus number and district. It is always a good idea to have it written down in their backpack. (Unfortunately, some districts have buses with the same numbers.)
Also, please notify the office by 2:00 PM any day there is a change in the usual procedure for going home.
Bus districts require that children only ride on their assigned bus to their assigned bus stop. This is a liability situation and there are no exceptions unless the parent works this out in writing with the district in cases of daycare, etc.
Play dates should be arranged in advanced and a note from each child’s parent involved must be brought to school clearly stating who they will be taking home or going home with. Buses can not be used for this purpose and one parent who will pick up in car line must be designated on the notes.
Thank you for helping us with our efforts to keep your children safe!!!
IN CASE OF BAD WEATHER:
CHECK AND DOUBLE CHECK OUR WEBSITE
Radio & TV EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSING #874
Please be sure to discuss your family’s plan for early dismissal with your child/children. Every student should know the back-up plan for their family should our school have to close early for bad weather or other emergency.
We have many different school district transportation departments servicing our school. Please remember that we follow the Tredyffrin/Easttown School District (#854).
If your school district has a two hour delay and Saint Norbert School does not, we will accept your student as being“on time” when they are able to safely arrive at school.
If St. Norbert School is delayed and your school district is open, you school district will not supply delayed transportation to school. Parents are responsible for transporting their children on these mornings. Afternoon transportation will be available at the usual time on these days.
If St. Norbert School closes early there will be no after school CARES.
Our facility WILL NOT have staffing at regular AM bell time when our school is on a delayed opening. Please do not send your child to school at the regular time if our school opening is delayed or our school is closed. For a two hour delay students should not arrive before 9:45 AM. There will be no supervision available before that time.
Parents will receive notification using the SchoolReach automated contact system in the event of an emergency closing. You can also monitor our web site and local TV and Radio stations such as KYW, Channels 3, 6 10 & 29.
Our emergency code is 874 and the emergency code for Tredyffrin/Easttown is 854
The Tredyfrtin/Easttown Hotline is 610-240-1970
Entering Pre-Kindergarten 4
There is no required summer reading for incoming Pre-Kindergarten students. Parents are invited to review the list of books below for suggestions for their family reading.
Kindness is Cooler, Mrs. Ruler by Margery Cuyler (*Required)
Please read at least ONE other book from the list below…
Hello Lighthouse by Sophie Blackall
Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes by James Dean
Little Cub by Olivier Dundee
Counting on Community by Innosanto Nagara
Not Quite Narwhal by Jessie Sima
Everywhere Wonder by Matthew Swanson
Accident by Andrea Tsurumi
Green by Laura Vaccaro Seeger
Entering First Grade
Gobi: A Little Dog with a Big Heart by Dion Leonard
Entering Second Grade
Annie and Simon by Catharine O’Neill
Entering Third Grade
Grand Canyon by Jason Chin
Bad Bella by Ali Standish
Entering Fourth Grade
Please read at least ONE book from the list below…
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing (Fudge #1) by Judy Blume
Matilda by Roald Dahl
Two Dogs in a Trench Coat Start a Club by Accident by Julie Falco
Entering Fifth Grade
Forge Laurie Halse Anderson
Ungifted Gordon Korman
Island of the Blue Dolphin Scott O’Dell
Entering Sixth Grade
Lions of Little Rock Kristin Levine
The Unwanteds Lisa McMann
Hatchet Gary Paulsen
Entering Seventh Grade
Out of the Dust by Karen Hesse
The River Between Us by R. Peck
The Red Pony by John Steinbeck
Entering Eighth Grade
The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
Animal Farm by George Orwell