REGISTER NOW FOR SUMMER CAMP SLPS
From June 5 – 30* (19 days), nineteen designated Saint Louis Public Schools (SLPS) will offer knowledgeable staff and individualized, high-quality learning experiences. Those experiences include core academic content, enrichment opportunities, field trips, supplemental services, and social emotional learning – all in support of deeper learning. Camp SLPS is gearing up early in anticipation of a strong response from students who want to brush up on the basics, jump ahead in reading and other core subjects, earn additional credit hours and/or complete graduation requirements, then Camp SLPS is the answer!
SUMMER LEARNING & FUN!
Camp SLPS is also an opportunity to meet your new teachers (as all summer learning teachers are SLPS teachers) and make new friends before school starts!
Attention returning scholar athletes!
Get a jump on the 2022-2023 school year!
Fill-out the Physical Form available below.
A completed and signed form must be on file to participate!
Click here to get a copy of the physical form
Carr Lane VPA Honors Society -- 2022-2023
8th Grade Students: Brisa Mariscal-Dominguez, Erick Lunga and Sherly Zuniga-Ramirez received the Bilingual Award. Do you speak two languages? Congratulations to these outstanding scholars, and thanks to Mr. Londan, Carr Lane VPA Counselor for bringing this award to the attention of Carr Lane VPA!
CARR LANE START AND END TIMES
CLASSES BEGIN at 7:05 in the morning
CLASSES END at 1:57 in the afternoon
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Research indicates that uniform dress instills pride and promotes unity. We, therefore, require students to wear uniform
dress colors every day.
UNIFORM DRESS ATTIRE
All students must wear bottoms pulled up over their waistline.
Khaki or black bottom (trousers or skirt).
(Trouser, also called pants, a usually loose-fitting outer garment for the lower part of the body, having individual leg portions
that reach typically to the ankle)
Solid Black, White or Purple with collar and sleeves (polo shirt, button-up shirt, or blouse shirts must have sleeves and a
No hoods on heads permitted in the classrooms.
Shorts may be worn only with the permission of the school administrators. Administrators will notify parents, students and
staff when summer or alternate attire is permissible.
Shorts or skirts must be below the knees.
Shorts may be worn from May 1- October 1.
If students are in uniform, they may wear a sweatshirt or jacket in the classroom to keep warm.
DRESS NOT PERMITTED
Sagging pants, leggings, jeggings, jeans, crop tops.
Hats, scarves, coats, etc., are to remain in the locker during the school day (or they will be confiscated and a parent must
come to the school to pick them up).
Sandals and/or flip-flops.
No hoods on head permitted in the classrooms.
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Important information from Mr. Gregory Tellis, Carr Lane's Family and Community Specialist!
Title I Parent Information Survey
Carr Lane Parent and Family Engagement Policy
IMPORTANT RESOURCE LINKS
COVID-19 FAQs: www.slps.org/covidfaqs
General hotline for questions, concerns: 314-437-8430
Social and economic resources for families: www.slps.org/resources
Social and emotional support hotline for students/parents: 314-345-6900, email@example.com
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Check on your neighbors during the hot weather!
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The links below contains information on utility assistance from Ameren.
Their deadlines have been extended.
Ameren Missouri Energy Assistance
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CARR LANE MAKES LIST OF AMERICA'S HEALTHIEST SCHOOLS!
If you, your student, or family member
needs someone to talk to, click on the United Way link.
This will help you connect to trained professionals 24/7!
VIRTUAL MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
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Question for Principal Young? Reach him directly at: Carr Lane Parent Help
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For information on SLPS Magnet Schools click on this link
Magnet School Information