For the Parents
Cooperation between parents and teachers will help provide positive educational experiences. When students perceive a spirit of mutual support and cooperation between parents and teachers, they will display a more eager attitude toward learning and achievement.
Students should not arrive earlier than 15 minutes before school begins and should leave no later than 15 minutes after school is dismissed.
The school hours are:
Monday-Thursday 8:00- 3:00
An important aspect of Christian education is to teach our children responsibility by consistent attendance and being on time.
1. Three tardies make up an absence.
2. A written, signed note from the parent or doctor must be supplied to the teacher on the first day a student returns to school following an absence.
3. Excused Absences are defined by Mississippi as: authorized school activities, illness or injury, death or serious illness of immediate family, religious events or observances, medical or dental appointments, educational travel–can include family travel, court proceedings where the child is a party
Boys, Grade 1-8
∙ Navy blue or khaki slacks. No cargo style pockets.
∙ Navy blue or khaki shorts.
∙ Any color polo shirt with a collar.
∙ Dress/tennis shoes. No flip flops or open-toed shoes.
Girls, Grade 1-8
∙ Navy blue or khaki skirts and skorts
∙ Navy blue or khaki shorts/slacks. No cargo style pockets or leggings.
∙ Any color polo shirts with a collar.
∙ Dress/Tennis shoes. No heels, flip flops, or open toed shoes.
December 20- January 2
MLK Jr. Day
A student's diet has a direct impact on their ability to perform well in school. Choose foods with good nutrition that are as close to their natural state as possible. Lunches are not to contain unclean meats (as defined in Leviticus 11) or caffeinated beverages. Meals are available from the Bass Memorial Academy Cafeteria during their school term. These need to be paid for in advance. Meals are $3.50 each.