CareFlow Electronic Health Records
|Saint Mark's High School works with CareFlow Health Management System to electronically collect and maintain student health records. All student health information, in addition to some other necessary school forms, are being collected using this system. It is imperative that parents complete this information by August 1 for the upcoming school year. |
Parents must log into the MySMHS in order to activitate the CareFlow link, which is in the link section of the Health Suite resource board.
Once on the Careflow site, all directions are provided. Physicians forms such as the DIAA Physical Form and Prescription Medicine form are available on the Careflow site. Parents are strongly encouraged to download the forms from this site because they will be marked with a barcode to link to your child when they are submitted.
Please contact Mrs. Cynthia Avery, RN
, school nurse, with any questions regarding the completion of the forms.
Please contact Careflow at 610.422.2969 if you are experiencing difficulty with the Careflow site.
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Parent Weekly Newsletter Archive
Saint Mark's Parent Association
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June 15, 2016 2:00-5:00 pm
Social, Service, Fundraising
Our mission is to provide a supportive parent community that reflects the core values of faith, humility, excellence, and integrity that are the cornerstones of our daughters’ and sons’ years at Saint Mark’s High School. By building a supportive environment through social, service, and fundraising activities, we as parents, will remain active participants in our children’s education. The power of a strong school community is as important to parents as it is to our students.
The mission of the Saint Mark's Parent Association is to provide a supportive parent community that reflects the core values of faith, humility, excellence, and integrity that are the cornerstones of our daughters and sons’ years at Saint Mark’s High School.
|Q. ||What time does the school day begin?|
|A. ||On a regular school day, school begins at 8:00 AM and ends at 2:46 PM. Students may access the building and will be supervised between the hours of 7:00 AM and 5:00 PM. Students must be dropped off at the main entrance or the gym entrance. Students may not be dropped off or picked up at the guidance entrance.|
|Q. ||How do I report a student absence?|
|A. ||Parents must call our attendance office at 302.757.8702 by 9:00 AM to report a student absent for the day. Please state the student's name, grade, and reason for the absence when leaving your message. Every absence requires a written note submitted to the main office. This note must include the student name, grade, date of absence, specific reason for absence, signature of the parent and parent contact number. Absences without proper written documentation will be considered unexcused. Notes for early dismissal and late arrival must contain the same information.|
|Q. ||How do I find out what's going on at Saint Mark's?|
|A. ||Saint Mark's uses a variety of formats to keep you informed. Parents will receive a weekly newsletter via email with important information. This email usually arrives on Mondays. In addition, parents should check the calendar and parent page of the website often for new events and announcements. Parents may have notifications sent directly to them by signing up on the school website, PowerSchool and spartanssports.com.|
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Saint Mark's High School News
|Student Work on Display at the Delaware Art Museum|
Catholic school students will be exhibiting at the Delaware art museum. Saint Mark's students have been studying Dale Chihuly in the 3D class and the senior studio class, and have been producing some interesting ceramic interpretations of his work.
|Saint Mark’s Students and Teacher Recognized by the Diocese of Wilmington|
On May 4, 2016, the Catholic Youth and Young Adult Ministry Annual Recognition Dinner was held at the Rollins Center at Dover Downs. Bishop Francis Malooly awarded four Saint Mark’s High School students the St. Timothy National Youth Award, and one teacher the Volunteer of the Year Award from her parish.
|Band Trip to Myrtle Beach, SC|
Saint Mark's High School bands, band front, and concert choir have returned from the Fiesta-val Competition (April 8-9) in Myrtle Beach, SC.
|Saint Mark's Performs "Bye Bye, Birdie" April 22-24|
The Performing Arts Department of Saint Mark’s High School is presenting “Bye Bye, Birdie” on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, April 22-24. The Friday and Saturday shows will begin at 7:30 pm while the Sunday show is a matinee, beginning at 2:15. Tickets for the show will cost $7.50 in advance and $9.00 at the door.