New Wolfhound To Do List

List of 8 items.

  • Summer Reading & Math Assignments

    Summer Reading and Math Assignments 
    Click Here: Quicklinks
    • Summer Reading assignments are required for rising 3rd - 8th graders.
    • Summer Math assignments are required for rising 5th - 8th graders.
    • Summer Math assignments are strongly encouraged for rising 3rd and 4th graders. 
    • Parents of students in grades K-2 are encouraged to consider the recommendations for summer reading. 

    For questions, contact: 
                                 Jan White or Jamye Brown
  • School Supplies

    Supply List links for 2023-2024 are now available on the Quicklinks section of our website. You will also see a link to click if you would like to take advantage of "One-Click Ordering" which allows you to choose the store of your preference from the list, add all of the supplies from the grade-level list at once, edit the order if needed, and choose your delivery/pick-up method (pick-up in store, curbside pick-up, home delivery).  
  • List of Acceptable Chromebooks

    Saint Patrick Catholic School incorporates Chromebooks into our middle school classrooms to encourage collaboration and digital literacy among our students. Chromebooks have proven to
    be beneficial and productive. Because of the safety and application integration advantages, we require Middle School students to use Chromebooks in order to comply with our Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy. By utilizing Chromebooks as opposed to other devices/operating systems, we are better able to monitor and encourage students’ online safety as well as have all students working in the same applications and digital “environment” from class to class, teacher
    to teacher.
    As you look ahead to Middle School next year, here are a few facts that may help your family decide on a Chromebook for your student. We recommend choosing a Chromebook with the following:
    ● Robust screen and hinge design,
    ● More than 4GB RAM for multitasking,
    ● A long battery life, and
    ● An 11-13 inch screen. Because students need to bring home their device everyday, a screen size around 11-13 inch would be more lightweight and portable to carry, although larger screens are certainly allowed.
    Why Chromebooks? Chromebooks have Apps pre-installed to your student's school Google account. When a student logs into a Chromebook with their address, they will have all of the school Apps in their Apps launcher. (Note: If your student does not know their account, details will be provided at the start of the school year.)
    Also, the Chromebook operating system, Chrome OS, updates itself automatically. Students do not need to manually update their Chromebooks. Chromebooks use the principle of "defense in
    depth" to provide multiple layers of protection against viruses and malware. By logging in with their school account, Chromebooks seamlessly integrate with the Google Apps for Education
    suite of productivity and collaboration tools.
    Some Chromebooks that have good reviews for students are listed below. You are not required to select a device from this list if you find a different Chromebook that fits your budget/needs.
    Acer Chromebook 314 or 714
    Acer Chromebook Spin 713 or 311
    ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 or C214
    Dell Chromebook 11 (3100)
    HP Chromebook 14A G5
    Lenovo Chromebook Duet
    Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5
    Samsung Chromebook 4
    If you have any questions or concerns, please contact:
    Ashley Costanza
    Technology Integration Specialist

  • VA School Entrance Health Form - Due by August 14

    All new students and all students entering PreK and Kindergarten MUST have a physical, conducted by their primary care physician, within one year of the first day of school. A physician completed Commonwealth of Virginia School Entrance Health Form is required. This form is due to the School Nurse by August 14th. You may drop the form in the front office over the summer.
    Students who will receive over-the-counter or prescription medications from the school nurse must have a Medication Consent Form on file in the nurse's office.
  • Back to School Forms - Due August 14

    School forms have been posted to your MySTPCS account. Please login to your MySTPCS account, and you will see "You have X-number of forms to review." All families will need to add/update contact information, emergency contacts (other than student's parents),  individuals authorized to pick up students, medical information, and dismissal directive prior to the first day of school. Please complete these forms by August 14th.

    If you have questions about the forms, contact Martha Roebuck at (757) 213-0842.
  • Uniforms

  • Textbooks

    Textbooks and licenses to online texts are purchased by the school and included in the cost of tuition.
  • Fall Sports Registration Information

    ·         Boys Soccer (Grades 6-8) - $210
    ·         Girls Volleyball (Grades 7-8) - $210
    ·         Girls Tennis (Grades 6-8) - $180
    ·         Cross Country (Grades 4-8) - $80

    Please register by Friday, May 19th.

    Student accounts will be billed in September. Due to scheduling and team size restrictions, late registrations may be denied. 

     For help with registration, please contact Mark Ryan, Athletic Director as soon as possible. 

    *For Youth Soccer: For students interested in playing recreation soccer with classmates, please visit Beach F.C. to register - be sure to indicate that your student would like to play for Saint Patrick.


List of 12 frequently asked questions.

  • Q: When is the first day of school?

    Friday, August 25, 2023.
    Arrival begins at 7:30 AM. School begins at 8:00 AM. 
    Dismissal is at 11:00 for lower school (PreK-4th)
    and 11:30 for middle school (5th-8th).

    No Extended Care is offered on the first day.
  • Q: My child will be starting PreK, what are the clothing and shoe guidelines?

    PreK students are not required to wear uniforms, however they are asked to wear weather-appropriate clothing and must wear closed-toe shoes.
  • Q: My child will be in the lower school.  When will we find out who his or her teacher will be?

    Letters of introduction from teachers will be mailed out approximately a week and a half before the first day of school. Students will have the opportunity to connect with their teachers and drop-off school supplies at the Lower School Meet the Teacher & Supply Drop off on Wednesday, August 23. More details about designated times for each class will be sent to you this summer. 

    Contact Martha Roebuck with questions.
  • Q: My child will be starting middle school. When will he or she receive locker, and homeroom/advisor assignments?

    All 5th, 6th, and new 7th and 8th grade students will receive a welcome letter from their homeroom teacher/advisor approximately one week before school begins. Locker assignments will be given out at the Middle School Locker Set-Up & Socials. More information is coming on times for the locker set-ups.
  • Q: When can I sign up my child for Extended Care (Before Care and/or After Care)? How am I billed?

    Registration for Extended Care is now open.

    Here is the Fee schedule for 2023-2024
    Please contact Heather Perry if you have questions. or (757) 213-0945


    Before Care Program
    6:30 a.m. until 7:30 a.m.

    After Care
    3:15 p.m. until 5:45 p.m.

    K-8 Before Care and After Care$100.00/week
    One time Activity Fee
    There will be a one-time $45
    activity fee billed to student’s
    account with the first Extended
    Care fees.

  • Q: What sports will be available in the fall?  How do I sign up my child?

    Saint Patrick Catholic School offers the following sports in the Fall season:

    Boys & Girls Cross Country (4th-8th)
    Girls Volleyball (7th-8th)
    Girls Tennis (6th-8th)
    Boys Middle School Soccer (6th-8th)
    Recreation Soccer (PreK-8th) through Beach FC

    Please contact Mark Ryan with questions about how to register.
  • Q: What clubs will be offered in the fall?  How can I sign up my child? How do I pay for clubs?

    The After School Club lineup will be confirmed, and then advertised, in August.  All clubs will begin in early September.  Please see the After School Clubs page  for updated information on what clubs are available and how to register.  Any club expenses will be added to your monthly tuition bill.
    Contact Heather Perry with any questions.
  • Q: I know that volunteering is an essential piece of being a Saint Patrick Catholic School family, where can I find out the best ways to get involved?

    Please see our Volunteers page to see how you can get involved.  Please note that ALL Saint Patrick Catholic School volunteers working directly with students must complete the VIRTUS training in advance of participating in any school function. For those volunteers who will be contributing clerical work or will work from home, VIRTUS training is encouraged but not required.
  • Q: In what grades do children bring snack and what is allowed?

    All PreK - 2nd graders have snack time. Teachers of 3rd and 4th grades will let students and parents know if they will have a snack time once the teachers know their lunch times.

    Due to the number of children with allergies and dietary sensitivities, ONLY FRUIT, VEGETABLES, JUICE, OR WATER are allowed for snack.
  • Q: How do I notify the school about any allergy or medication concerns?

    You may contact the School Nurse, Karen Wohner to discuss specific medical questions or issues.
  • Q: When is my first tuition payment due?  How do I pay?

    The first tuition payment is due July 31st.  

    Tuition Management will email a bill to you monthly, then you may choose several options to pay it. You can reach BlackBaud Tuition Management Customer Service at 888-868-8828.

    Additional tuition and payment questions may be directed to Megan Pallone at
  • Q: Does the school have an emergency notification system?  How will I find out if there is an early dismissal, school cancellation, or late start due to weather?

    We use a telephone broadcast system called SchoolMessenger. This system will enable school personnel to notify all households and parents, by phone, email and text, within minutes of an emergency or unplanned event causing early dismissal, school cancellation, or late start. If needed, it may also be used to communicate general announcements or reminders. We will continue to report school closings due to inclement weather on the radio, local TV stations, and website. This system will be used in conjunction with public announcements.

    When used, the service will call phone numbers in our contact lists and deliver a recorded message, text message, or email message from a school administrator. The service is capable of delivering a message to a live answer and answering machine or service. Unanswered calls (phones ringing over 40 sec.) and busy signals will be automatically retried twice, in fifteen minute intervals, after the initial call.

    If at any time you think you may have missed a SchoolMessenger voice message, you may dial our Message Retrieval Line. Using your message designated phone, dial toll-free: 855-955-8500 and follow the prompts to hear any/all messages sent through SchoolMessenger over the last 30 days. Please contact the school if you suspect your phone number is not being called by the system or if you ever have a phone number change.

    Important to know:
    1) This requires NO registration by the parent on the SchoolMessenger website.
    2) All information and contact numbers are strictly secure and confidential and are only used for the purposes described herein.

    Here is some specific information you should know:

    Caller ID:
    Your Caller ID will display 757-440-5500, which is the main number for school.

    Live Answers:
    There is a short pause at the beginning of the message, usually a few seconds. Answer your phone as you normally would and hold for the message to begin. Multiple “hellos” will delay the message. Inform all family members who may answer your phone of this process.

    Answering Machines:
    If the call is answered by a machine or answering service it will be detected and the massage will play for recording purposes. The phone will ring for up to 40 seconds. Make sure that your machine or service answers after four rings or you may miss the message.

    Message Repeat:
    At the end of the message you will be prompted to "press any key" to hear the message again. This is very helpful when a child answers the phone and hands it to a parent, who can then "repeat" the message.

Lauren Mazzari
Head of School

Martha Roebuck
Director of Admissions and Enrollment Management
Call/Fax 757-213-0842

Jamye Brown
Assistant Head of School
Director of Financial Aid

Jan White
Director of Studies
Director of Lower School

Mark Ryan
Athletic Director
Middle School Health/Physical Education Teacher

Shana O'Boyle
Lower School Counselor

Dan Batkin
Middle School Counselor
757-440-5500, ext. 891

Karen Wohner
Health and Wellness Nurse
(757) 213 -0823

Karen Roy
Learning Resource Coordinator
(757) 440-5500 x869
Jeanne Marie Liggio
Communications Coordinator
(757) 440-5500 x870

Heather Perry
Director of Auxiliary Programs