The first page is the cover letter, which includes general information about registration, the documents needed, and the costs associated with Religious Education classes for this year, as well as the dates the office will be open for registration. All forms, documents, and certificates need to be submitted at the time of registration.
The "Religious Education Class Information" page contains important information regarding the classes offered along with general sacramental information.
The "Registration Form" needs to be filled out completely. (one per child)
The "Requirements and Commitment Statement" needs to be signed and brought with the registration form. (one per family)
The "Archdiocesan Policy: Rights and Responsibilities of Parents and Guardians of Students in Parish Religious Education Programs" contains important information that applies for parents that are divorced or separated. The form (bottom portion of the policy) must be signed by BOTH parents if (1) the child's parents are divorced or separated AND (2) the child is NOT yet baptized as a Catholic.
Our guidelines and procedures can be found in our "Religious Education Handbook" under the "General Class Items" tab. Please make sure to read it to familiarize yourself with our procedures and policies. A hard copy of the "Religious Education Handbook" is available upon request. By signing the "Requirements and Commitment Statement," the parents agree to abide by the guidelines and procedures set forth in the "Religious Education Handbook."
All general events (meetings, days closed, etc.) can be found on our "General Calendar" under the "General Class Items" tab. A paper copy of the Calendar for the Catechetical year will be provided at the time of registration. For students celebrating a sacrament in 2022, the parents will receive a calendar that also contains specific events pertaining to the preparation for the celebration of the sacrament. (Sacramental events can be found in the corresponding calendar under the "First Communion" and "Confirmation" tabs.)
Information about the Virtus Program, including the "Protecting God's Children - Teaching Touching Safety" Handbook can be found under the "General Class Info" tab. A hard copy of this handbook is also available upon request.