ParishEXTEND is gearing up for a great summer!
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Welcome letter and things to know
New this summer:
Do you need an easy, cost effective and fun option for your K-6th grade children from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm each day this summer? Parish has it! Our all-day camps give children a traditional camp experience. Each
week campers enjoy theme-based activities with our knowledgeable staff of college-aged and upper school counselors. To build all day options for pre-school aged children please contact Patty Knodel (email@example.com) or 972.852.8808.
Join Parish Head Soccer coach Craig Savage and Giampaulo Pedoroso, Director of Operations for Soccer Futebol and former player in the Major Indoor Soccer League with the Dallas Sidekicks and Houston Hotshots.
Tap into your inner nerd! The Brainery provides quirky one and two day learning experiences specifically designed for Middle School and Upper School students. These one-of-a-kind opportunities invigorate the mind and invite creativity. Each of THE BRAINERY classes is labeled so you can easily spot them. Classes include: The Big Bang Theory- “Bazinga!”, Dry Ice & Monster Genetics
Fine and Performing Arts
This summer we are introducing a wide variety of fine and performing arts classes for all ages! Dance, draw, create and learn. This year’s Summer Musical is: “Zombie Prom”
Head to Heart
For middle school girls, learn to thrive rather than survive your middle school years.
Plus three NEW Pre-k Camps!
June 3-7 Dinosaur Days from 12-3 pm; July 8-12 Icky, Squishy, Gooey Science (Mini-camp) from12-3pm; and July 29-Aug. 2 Phonemic Awareness Fun for Pre-k & K 1-3 pm (see online registration for descriptions and pricing).
If you would like to request a catalog please fill out our Catalog Request Form to ensure that you will receive one in time to plan your summer!
If you have any questions, please contact our ParishEXTEND director Patty Knodel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, don't forget to also check out ParishVirtual offerings for rising 9th - 12th graders.
In the meantime, check out the fun in past years' photo galleries below. Join us - we can't wait to make even more memories this SUMMER!
The nurse and/or office personnel must administer all medication. Any parent who wishes prescription and/or non-prescription drugs to be administered to his/her child must have a Parent Authorization form on file in the clinic along with the prescription and/or non-prescription drug. The prescription and/or non-prescription drug must be clearly labeled with the student’s name, dosage and time to be administered.
All medication taken at school must be prescribed by a physician or dentist licensed to practice in the State of Texas.
Prescription drugs will be given only if they are sent in the original container with the prescription label and accompanied by a Parish Prescription Medication Permission Form. Loose medication in baggies will not be accepted.
When you are having a prescription filled, most drug stores will be happy to give you a second container with the amount of medication to be given during school hours separate from that to be given at home.
All over-the-counter medicines such as cough drops, cough syrups, antihistamines, creams, lotions, sprays, and pain relievers are not allowed at school unless accompanied by (1) a signed written doctor's order giving specific instructions for taking and (2) a parent note.
Please be aware that hard cough drops and throat lozenges are not allowed, nor should a student carry any medicine with them.
If a student requires an EpiPen by his/her physician they are considered to have severe allergies at Parish Episcopal School.
A stident with a severe allergy is by definition any student diagnosed with an allergy to an environmental or ingestion oriented adverse reaction that requires an EpiPen.