Our school relies heavily on the support of parents to continue our long tradition of education in the Richmond community. Parents are involved in volunteering, fundraising, and organizing activities. Most importantly, though, parents are the primary educators of their children. They ensure that learning does not stop when the students exit the school doors.
Catholic parents are reminded of their duty to send their children to Catholic schools wherever this is possible, to give Catholic schools all the support in their power, and to cooperate with them in their work for the good of their children.” Gravissimum Educationis
Handbook-Acknowledgement-Form All families must read the School Handbook and turn in the Handbook Acknowledgement Form on Book Day to confirm that you and your student/s have read and understand the information provided in the School Handbook.
Forms and Documents
Information on a variety of topics can be found by browsing the attachments below. While the forms below are collected on Book Day, they are not required on Book Day. For the forms REQUIRED to be turned in on Book Day, please click here. Questions? Please contact the school office at (804) 254-8850 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Medication Administration Form 2015|
|Volunteer Driver Info 2015|
The uniform is an important part of the atmosphere and tradition of Saint Benedict Catholic School. The uniform should be worn on all school days unless otherwise notified. The dress uniform for middle school should be worn on all Fridays and other days as required. As a sign of school pride, the uniform should never be worn in a sloppy or disrespectful manner.
St. Benedict Catholic School uniforms may be purchased through Flynn & O’Hara. Purchases can be made online through Flynn & O’Hara’s website or at their store in Midlothian at 9722 Midlothian Tpk., (in the Stein Mart Shopping Center).
For specific uniform information, please view the attachment below and review with your child to ensure that they are prepared for school and understand expectations for their dress.