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Mandatory Forms - High School parents MUST bring all forms on orientation night to receive their child’s schedules. If parents do not attend, students may get their schedules from the front office on Monday (8/7) once all forms are turned in. Elementary students (PK3-5) may turn their forms in on the first day of school. Please click each link to access the form. 

 

Click here for the Academic/Religious Calendar for the 2024-2025 school year!

School Day Hours 

Morning Care (PK3-5): 7:00 a.m. to 7:25 a.m.
Morning Carpool: Begins at 7:25 a.m.
 
All students must be on campus promptly by 7:55 a.m. Morning assembly follows carpool each morning. Students that arrive after 7:55 a.m. are considered tardy. All students dismiss at 3:00 pm. Carpool gates will close at 3:20 p.m. 
 
Afternoon announcements and dismissal begin at 2:50 p.m.
Afternoon Care (PK3-5): 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
 
 
Parents/Guardians of students in PK3-5th grade who will be absent should make the office aware before 8:00 a.m. by e-mailing [email protected]; students in 6th-12th who will be absent should email [email protected]. All students who arrive after 7:55 a.m. need to report to their respective offices to receive a tardy slip. 
 

Student-Parent Handbook 

The CPC Student-Parent Handbook serves as an official source of school policies and procedures. It provides parents of current students with information to assist and support the efforts and activities of their children. 
 
*Updated Handbook coming soon*
 
Picture Order Form
 
 

Technology 

PK3-5th – will be issued an electronic device to be used at school but will remain in the student’s classroom.
6th-12th - will be issued an electronic device and all accessories to be used at school and home. These devices will be the property of the school and are leased from Catholic of Pointe Coupee by the students.  If or when a student withdraws from the school, the electronic device and all accessories (case, keyboard, pen, chargers, etc.) must be returned to the school intact or the student must purchase the equipment.
 
Students will be held personally and monetarily responsible for any loss or damage caused by intentional vandalism or negligence concerning assigned electronic devices.
 
 
School Supplies
Students in Pre-K3-5th grade have a supply fee included in their tuition. They do not need to purchase individual supplies.
 
Students in grades 6-12 will receive their supply lists on the first day of school. 
 
School Meal Program
  • Meal Payments: NO cash will be accepted beginning this school year.  However, checks and money orders will be accepted.  Parents are encouraged to create an online meal account at www.myschoolbucks.com.
  • Meal Status Changes: We are happy to report Gov. Edwards signed HB 282, which provides free meals to students meeting federal eligibility guidelines for reduced-price meals.  This bill and program will become effective August 1, 2023, just in time for the 2023-24 school year.  What does this mean for you?  If your child qualifies for Reduced Priced meals, then your child will receive free meals during the school year.  No more Reduced Priced meals!  Meal applications must be submitted to see if your child qualifies.
  • Student Meal Prices for Paying Students:  Breakfast - $2.75 {Elem/Mid} & $3.00 {High} and Lunch - $3.55 {Elem/Mid} and $4.00 {High}
  • Families must complete and submit meal applications to see if their child(ren) qualify for free or reduced meals.  Approval is based on the household’s income.  The 2023-24 online meal application will be available in early August 2023.  Parents can apply at:  https://www2.myschoolapps.com/Home/PickDistrict (select Diocese of Baton Rouge Child Nutrition Program for the school district).
 
Volunteering at CPC
 
Catholic of Pointe Coupee must provide a safe environment for children and youth. We hold ALL adults who work with minors to a code of conduct that is Christ-centered and professional. The Safe Environment Program implemented by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge requires us to evaluate the background of all paid personnel and volunteers whose duties include ongoing, unsupervised contact with minors. The Diocese of Baton Rouge has adopted a Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People. ‍Anyone who wants to volunteer at Catholic of Pointe Coupee must be in compliance with this policy. ALL requirements must be met in order to volunteer. Any parent/adult (18 and older) who would like to volunteer with children on the campus must fill out the requirements as mandated by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Diocese of Baton Rouge. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact [email protected] for more information. 
 
Bus Forms
 
 
STS 
All incoming freshmen and sophomores must complete the following form in order to give consent for CPC to release data/information for the state, TOPS, College Scholarships, Grants, Aid Programs, and College Admission. Please click here to download it.