The Student Affairs Office is in room #115 on the first floor on the south side of the school building. The Attendance Officer, Director of Spiritual Activity, the Dean of Student Life and the Disciplinarian are located in this office.
As the name implies, this is where a myriad of student related issues and activities take place. After reading the following information it will be easy to see how virtually every student, sooner or later, will have a reason to visit what is referred to as the “SAO”.
Room #115 is where students:
- Check in and sign a late slip if arriving to school after 8:05 a.m.
- Sign in if arriving on a late bus.
- Hand in absence notes.
- Hand in parent written requests for early dismissals, advance notices of appointments, vacations, or college visits.
- Check in after returning from an appointment.
- Submit official notes from a medical professional requesting early dismissal from classes or exemption from a dress code requirement or other school rule.
- Obtain permission to briefly leave the building to retrieve something from his/her automobile.
- Obtain items needed to repair uniforms (i.e. Needle & thread, buttons , safety pins etc.), to remove nail polish and to shave.
- Report if the health room is closed.
- Make personal phone calls during school hours (cell phones are not permitted to be used during the day).
- Check for lost items; turn in found items.
- Check for classroom changes.
- Report locker problems.
- Inquire about daily schedules/announcements.
- Rent a sweater, golf shirt, or temporary ID tag for the day.
- Purchase a parking permit.
- Pay fines (e.g. Parking, cell phones, detentions etc).
- Claim confiscated items (e.g. cell phones, iPods etc.) At 2:30 p.m.
- Report if dismissed from a class or Mass due to misbehavior.
- Bring any question or seek clarification for any school-related matter.
- Meet with the Director of Spiritual Affairs.
- Meet with the Dean of Student Life.*
- Meet with the Disciplinarian.*
*Students are strongly encouraged to bring personal concerns, problems, questions or complaints to the attention of either or both of these individuals whenever they arise. Any form of harassment should be reported by the student or his/her parent as soon as possible.