Church teaching recognizes that parents are their children's first and most important teachers. We embrace that philosophy and view education as a collaborative process. Parents are encouraged to volunteer in the classroom and attend or participate in our programs and liturgical services. We also provide many ways for school families to connect, including a family dance, potluck dinners, and movie nights. Our goal is to ensure that all students are safe, happy and achieve their academic potential. When parents and schools work together, the educational experience is enhanced, and families become stronger in the process.

Power School Portal

Power School Learning makes it easy for our teachers to develop and share resources with students and parents, connecting the classroom to each family’s home. We also use Power School to track grades and attendance.

Power School Parent Portal

  • Newsletters
  • Monthly Calendars
  • Service Opportunities
  • Tuition & Scholarship Info
  • Band Information
  • Page One Registration
  • Event Information
  • and more!

Power School Learning

Each teacher at St. Teresa Catholic School creates a password-protected page unique to their classroom and available only to students in that class (and their parents!).  Available content may include: lesson plans, homework, important resources, information about class events, photos, videos, and more.

Power School General Info

  • Health Information
  • Sports Information
  • Medical Release Forms
  • Permission Slips
  • Service Logs
  • SCRIP Information
  • Non-food Birthday Ideas
  • and more!

School Uniforms

School uniforms help to create a strong Catholic identity and are connected to better academic and behavioral performance. Uniforms eliminate peer pressure to wear the right brands or fashions, and lead young people to recognize that their value and worth comes from being children of God, rather than from what they wear or look like. All students in grades K-8 adhere to the dress code as outlined in our school handbook.