Time allotment for homework must, of necessity, be flexible.
All children vary in their ability to perform any task.
Parents should provide proper conditions in the home, and,
as far as possible, a specific time span when homework can
be done. Parents are also urged to help the child realize
that study and review assignments are as vital and necessary
as any written work.
Teachers at Saint Henry do not usually assign homework on
weekends; however, it is the prerogative of the individual
teacher if he/she feels the need to assign weekend work at
Assignment notebooks are required of all students in Grades
2-8. These may be checked at any time by the teacher or the
Principal. Parents are encouraged to review these notebooks
with their children.
Please refer to student handbook for recommended homework
are eligible for the Honor Roll. Grades for academic
eligibility are required from the following subject
areas: Religion, Language Arts (Reading/Literature;
English Grammar, Spelling), Mathematics, Science/Health
and Social Studies/History. Effort and Conduct grades in
the additional areas of instruction included in Honor
Roll eligibility are: Art, Music, Physical Education,
Computer Science, and Spanish.
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The faculty of Saint Henry School realizes that every
student has the potential and gifts which God has given
them. To help support areas in which a student may need
extra help, resource instruction may be a component of the
educational program of a child.
The Saint Henry School Resource Program is designed to
support children who are experiencing difficulty in the
regular classroom due to properly identified learning
The Resource Program is coordinated by the resource teachers
in consultation with the classroom teacher and the child's
parents. It is designed to support the regular classroom
setting through individualized or small group instruction to
students in the areas that have been identified as needing
A student must be recommended in consultation with the
classroom teacher, parents, and resource teacher.
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