**COVID-19 School Update: Starting September 8, 2020 our dismissal for grades K-8 Monday – Thursday will be 3:05 PM and Fridays will be 2:10 PM, due to district busing changes. Fridays are also parent drive days.

Our lunch schedule has changed as well – check back for updated lunch times.**

View all COVID-19 school updates HERE.

A: Frassati uses Sycamore Education System. All families will receive login information. When logged in parents will have access to a calendar of events/activities, forms, newsletters, student 5-8 grades and their financial accounts. Families will receive emails through Sycamore during the school year with weekly reminders and upcoming events/activities.

A: Frassati provides an on-site after school childcare program for K-8 students on all regular school days. The after-school hours are from dismissal until 6:00 PM. Preschool extended day is offered as well; morning care is from 7 – 8:00 AM and includes breakfast; after-school hours are from dismissal until 5:00 PM. Extended day services are not available on school holidays or days when school is closed due to inclement weather.

A: K-8 students that reside in the White Bear Lake district are eligible for bus transportation and will need to be registered. Contact the office for details.

A: Parent/guardian must sign the student out at the school office before the student is allowed to leave during normal school hours.

A: Students K-8 are required to wear a uniform and adhere to the dress code. Uniforms can be purchased at Donald’s Uniform Store or Land’s End. Please be attentive to the khaki color of the uniform. *Frassati holds a FREE used uniform exchange in the spring! Contact the office for details.

A: Frassati provides a hot lunch daily through White Bear Lake Area Schools. The cost for lunch is $3.70 and includes milk. Additional milk or milk for those with bag lunches is $0.60. All hot lunches are peanut free. View lunch menu here. 

A: Information on free and reduced student lunches is published and distributed to families annually. Families that may qualify are encouraged to apply. A family can apply anytime during the year if family size or income changes. The free/reduced application can be completed online here. 

A: Lunch and Recess Schedule

**COVID-19 School Update: Check back for an updated lunch schedule.**

View all COVID-19 school updates HERE.

Grades Lunch Recess
5-8 11:02 – 11:20 11:15 – 11:32
3-4 11:20 – 11:45 11:00 – 11:20
K-2 12:05 – 12:30 11:45 – 12:05

A: K-5 students are expected to go outside for a daily recess unless the temperature or wind-chill is -15 or below. Students should be dressed appropriately for the weather conditions.

A: A health aide is onsite during school hours.

A: This information should be reported to the office before the beginning of the school year.

A: Minnesota state law requires every child to participate in Early Childhood Screening before he/she begins kindergarten. This helps ensure that all young children in Minnesota are well equipped and ready for learning and that families are aware of resources in the community. If your child has not been screened, contact the Early Childhood office at 651-773-6186 for additional details and to setup a screening time. Frassati Catholic Academy requires the family to provide a copy of the child’s Early Childhood Screening before beginning of school year. Contact the school office for questions on this requirement.

Yes, Frassati Catholic Academy requires a copy of the immunization record before the beginning of school year. Contact the school office with questions on the required immunizations.

A: Early dismissals and school closures are announced on WCCO-AM (830) Radio. If White Bear Lake Public Schools District 624 is dismissed early or closed for the day, Frassati Catholic Academy (Preschool-Grade 8) and Extended Day are also closed. The White Bear Lake School Closing Hotline is 651-407-7540. All families will receive communications from Frassati via email in the event school is cancelled due to weather.

A: To ensure the safety of our students, school volunteers working with students are required to participate in VIRTUS training (see website for details, frassati-wbl.org), sign a Code of Conduct, and go through a background check. *K-8 families are required to offer 20 hours of volunteer service.

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