St. George Catholic School
133 West 4th Street
Hermann, MO 65041
School Office Phone
Diocese of Jefferson City
"Parents are the first teachers of their child in the ways of faith."
The primary purpose of St. George Home & School Committee is to promote a positive learning environment and quality education for our students.
The Home & School Association is fundamentally an educational organization whose purpose is to:
- advance the Catholic education and welfare of all St. George School students
- promote parent-school activities
- increase interest in education and community
to facilitate a working relationship between families, school administrators and teachers at St. George School.
to encourage active participation from the parents and staff at St. George School.
to provide linkage between teachers, administrators and the community at large to ensure that every child at St. George School will receive unsurpassed opportunities for learning.
to provide financial assistance to help fill in the budget gap between the district funding and what St. George School needs to excel.
to provide opportunities for all parents and staff to share ideas relating to St. George School.
The Home & School Association runs many successful events throughout the school year, some of which include Friday Fish Fries, book fairs, $10-10 raffle and our annual Christmas Bazaar.
The funds that we raise from these fundraisers are carefully allocated to best support the curriculum and the needs of the students and staff of St. George. With a tight school budget, the efforts of the Home & School Association are key in helping to provide our students and staff with all the opportunities they so greatly deserve.
It is the amazing parent volunteers who help make our organization so successful. Please check the schedule of Home and School events, mark your calendars, and plan to join us in making this year successful.
For additional information please feel free to contact your Home & School officers.
Home & School Officers
Kelly Haeffner, President
Chelsea Engemann, Vice President
Kelly Brenner, Secretary
Jenna Thompson, Treasurer
Amy Schebaum, School Principal
Meetings will be held the 2nd Monday every other month at 6:00 PM in the Gym at St. George School.
Home & School needs your time, funds and creativity! The first step is to attend a meeting and share your interests and ideas.
Hope to see you there!
Archived Meeting Minutes
The St. George After-School Care Program is for any St. George student on a regular, part-time or a drop-in basis.
|Hours: The program runs from 3:00 to 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday. On days of early dismissal, the After School Care will remain open. The After School Care will be closed when school is not in session. There will be NO After School Child Care on the day before Christmas break nor on the last day of school.||
Cost: $7.00 per child/per day or $10 per family/per day
Late Fee: $5.00 for every 15 minutes (or any portion of) after 5:30pm will be assessed NOTE: If student athletes report to the gym anytime between 3:00-4:45, you will be charged the $5 drop-in fee.
Activities: We provide physical and creative activities along with daily free time. There will also be a place provided (Monday-Thursday) for children who wish to do homework. Movies will be shown periodically. Nutritious snacks will be served daily. Children will be supervised at all times.
Security: Parents must sign the child(ren) out to ensure the child(ren's) safety. If someone else is going to pick up a child, parents must send a signed note releasing the child or call the office before the end of the school day so that a message can be given to the After School Care Staff.
Children will not be allowed to attend if fees are overdue (unless arrangements are made beforehand.)
St. George School Lunch Program
The Monthly Lunch Menu is now available in the Calendar section of FACTS
https://sg-mo.client.renweb.com/pwr/(Sign in, Click on Student, Click on Lunch)
$2.00 for kids and $2.50 for adults
Milk is served with all meals. Extra milk charge is $0.40.
You can check your Lunch account under the "Family" tab on FACTS.
Head Cook: Debbie Bruno
Get Dragon gear for your child using the links below:
Child Dress Code Information:
Parents are to make sure that their son/daughter comes to school in the appropriate attire. Below is the current dress code for all students at St. George School.
- Properly fitting, solid navy blue slacks are to be worn in grades pre-school through 8th grade.
- Properly fitting, solid khaki slacks may be worn in grades sixth through eighth grade.
- Capri style pants are acceptable.
- No cargo style pants or pants with external pockets, flaps or rivets/snaps.
- No knit/sweat suit/athletic pants or shorts.
- Grades pre-kindergarten, kindergarten & first grade do not need to wear
- Loose fitting, not baggy, solid navy walking shorts may be worn in grades
pre-kindergarten thru fifth grade.
- Loose fitting, not baggy, khaki walking shorts may be worn in grades sixth
thru eighth grade.
- External pockets, flaps, rivets or snaps are not acceptable, no cargo style
- Shorts must be appropriate length (mid-thigh to right below the kneecap.)
- Belts must be worn in grades second thru eighth with pants having belt
loops. Belt loops are not to be cut off the pants or shorts.
- Shorts may be worn from the start of school to Thanksgiving, and from
March 20th to the end of the school year.
Skirts/ Jumpers/Polo Dresses
- Girls in grades pre-kindergarten through eighth may wear navy blue skirts/jumpers/polo dresses.
- Girls in grades six through eight may wear khaki colored skirts/jumpers/polo dresses.
- Skirts/jumpers/polo dresses must be appropriate length (mid-thigh to right
below the kneecap).
- Shorts are to be worn under skirt or jumper.
- Leggings/tights must be worn under skirts/jumpers/polo dresses from Thanksgiving to April 1st.
- Leggings/tights must be solid Navy, Maroon, or Black
All Students: Shirts must be solid Maroon, White, or Light Blue in color. Shirts worn under uniform shirt must be white.
- Shirts that meet above criteria may include school crest on upper left chest.
- Shirts must be long or short sleeve polo shirts with collar.
- Current school year Virtue shirts can be worn on Thursdays.
- White or Black undershirts may be worn.
- Shirts must be worn tucked in.
- St. George logo jacket/Pullovers must be purchased through school approved vendors and may be worn throughout the day.
- No other sweaters/sweatshirts/ jackets/pullovers may be worn in the classroom or during Mass.
- When visible socks should be solid Black, White, or Grey.
- Earrings should be small button-type earrings. No large hoop or dangle earrings will be allowed.
- No excessive jewelry will be worn.
- Shoes are to be soft soled and comfortable.
- No high heel shoes, cowboy/hiking boots or sandals, CROCS are not allowed.
- Hair must be of a natural color.
- Nails must be trimmed and clean.
- Clothing must be neat, clean, and of appropriate fit and length.
- Clothing should not be torn, frayed or badly faded.
- Clothing must not have decals.
- Spirit wear is not accepted as St. George Uniforms and can only be worn on designated spirit days or OOU days.
Out of Uniform Days
- Appropriate modest dress is expected on days without uniforms.
- Administration/faculty reserves the right to determine what is appropriate.
- Students are NOT allowed to wear tank tops, sleeveless tops, cut-off jeans, jeans with rips, tears or holes, skin tight jeans, biker shorts, boxer shorts, and shirts that advertise alcohol or cigarettes, or are morally offensive.
- Leggings may be worn as pants in grades Pre-School through 3rd
- Leggings are not to be worn as pants in grades four through eight. Leggings may be worn under an extra-long shirt or sweater as long as the shirt is.
- School length appropriate (mid-thigh to right below the kneecap).
- Shirts must be worn so that no belly-buttons may show when arms are raised.
- Pants must be worn at the waist; no hip-huggers or low-rise pants are acceptable.
- Shoes should be in accordance with above stated shoe policy, unless otherwise specified by administration.
- Hats are not allowed, unless on designated “hat days”.
- Students who repeatedly do not follow the dress code will lose the privilege of participating in Out-of-Uniform days.
- Administration/faculty reserves the right to determine what is appropriate and take appropriate actions needed to encourage the educational environment for St. George School.
2023/2024 School Supplies List:
Parents have can fulfill the list themselves before the school year starts or use our complimentary school supplies service with EPI: This is a service that allows the parent to purchase a school supplies pack and the school will have the supplies there for your child on back to school night.
Since there is no tuition for members of St. George parish, parishioners are expected to tithe to the parish. A suggested contribution for the year, is suggested by the school board and set by the parish council and is made known to the parents. The suggested contribution is calculated on twelve months beginning in September.
Tuition for a Non-Catholic Student
Tuition for a non-Catholic family who wishes that their child attend St. George School will be assessed the cost per student for the current school year. Other fees will be in addition to the tuition fee. One-half of the tuition fee will be due the first day of school and the remainder one-half will be due January 1. Non-payment will result in dismissal.
All other fee information can be found in the School Handbook.
Click here to submit your monthly tithing or tuition payment.
Note: Payments can be set up to be automatically reoccurring.
For new families at St. George School
We are so glad you're here and we want you to feel at home as soon as possible.
We developed the New Family Mentor Program to help you become accustom, and most importantly, feel welcomed into the St. George School Community.
Access the New Family Mentor Program GUIDE here.
This resource will offer guidelines for meeting frequency, talking points, suggested discussion questions and additional resources that may be useful for the new family.
Virtues in Practice (VIP) is a program for children in grades pre-kindergarten to grow in virtues and see the virtues as concrete expressions of their Catholic faith. It is set up in such a way that a whole school studies the same virtue each month, to provide a whole-school (and at home, whole family) focus. The program covers 27 vitues over a three-year cycle.
These three years emphasize and are names for the three theological virtues: Faith, Hope, & Charity.
To request that a copy be emailed to you, please click here.