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In the event of inclement weather, please note that we follow Frederick County, Maryland public schools, We post any delays, early dismissals, and/or closings to the front page of the website and on Facebook, Saint John's Catholic Prep. We will also alert you by text message, email through our Rediker system.

Updated 12:45Pm, FRIday, July 12, 2019

SUMMER OFFICE HOURS: Summer office hours are 9:00am - 3:00pm Monday through Friday. Up dates to this page will be made weekly or as needed. All questions about summer camps, please call 301-662-4210 x137.

Final Report Cards for the 2018-2019 School Year: Final report cards were sent by email on Wednesday, June 19. Please contact Mrs. Petrie at org if you do not receive your student(s) reports.

Schedules for school year 2019-2020: Schedules for the 2019-2020 school year were sent out week of July 2. If you did not recieve your schedule, please contact the school. parents were also sent an email detailing what to do if changes are needed. The Counseling Office will review the request and get back to you during the last week of July. The MBS Online bookstore will open Monday, July 22 and there is free shipping for orders over $ 100 from July 22 until August 2.

Summer Assignments: Check out summer assignments under "Academics" from the front page of the website. If a class is not listed, there are no summer assignments.

Paperwork for the 2019-2020 school year: We will be sending paperwork for the 2019-2020 school year next week. Please complete and mail back or drop it by the office at your earliest convenience so we are ready to start the year on orientation day.

Medication at school: If your student needs to take any medications at school from a cough drop to Epipens for allergies or asthma inhalers, you will need to have your doctor fill out the HealthLink medication at school form each school year and the asthma action plan, diabetes protocol or allergic reaction plan if your student is diabetic or needs to carry an inhaler or Epipen at school. All medications must be left in the main office (exceptions are Epipens and inhaler) and cannot be administered without proper documentation. Each medication must have a separate form. Your child's doctor must sign off on your student carrying an inhaler or Epipen and a separate action plan must accompany each order. Please contact Mrs. Petrie with any questions. The forms are available from the school website,, click on the Parents tab, click on Forms/Policies and then General Forms and Policies.