Sep. 12, 2017 - mandatory FF catechist in-service training at SM 6:30 pm
Sep. 13, 2017 - all FF students attend Fatima celebration at SP 6:30 pm
Sep. 20, 2017 - FF registration at each site
Oct. 8, 2017 - Confirmation
CRE: __________________ or e-mail DBQ199FF@dbqarch.org. Her office (August - May) is at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Traer.
2017-2018 Calendar (approved by Faith Formation Commission _______): (under construction)
2016-2017 FF Brochure: (under construction)
2016-2017 Faith Formation Class Sessions: SH/SM/SP 6:30-7:45 pm; Dysart 3:30-5:00 pm or 5:30-7:00 pm
2016-2017 Faith Formation Fee Schedule:
$60 per registered family with 1 child
$90 per registered family with more than 1 child
$100 per out-of-cluster child/family
2016-2017 Registration Form:
To join the Prince of Peace Cluster Faith Formation program during the school year, print the FF registration form found in the "Forms" tab in this website. Submit the completed form to the CRE or cluster office.
Notice of Class Cancellation (approved by Faith Formation Commission; effective September 1, 2014)
Attendance Policy: Attendance is required at all Faith Formation classes. If you know your child will be absent, please call your site supervisor.
Weather: If schools are cancelled or let out early due to weather, FF classes will be cancelled as well. Should bad weather occur during the intermediate time, please look on the TV or web for KWWL TV, or check our cluster website blog (www.princeofpeacecluster.com), or Facebook. Use your parental discretion as well in determining whether you want to drive or have your child drive in questionable weather.
Sports and other Extracurricular Activities: Because our Prince of Peace Cluster involves multiple school districts, there will be no cancellation of FF classes because of sports and other extracurricular activities. Per the attendance policy above, call your site supervisor if you know your child will be absent.
Disciplinary Procedure Policy: A disturbance needing a student disciplinary procedure includes, and not limited to, those actions of disruptive behavior, disrespect, disobedience, misuse of property, and anything else that causes total disruption of class.
First Disturbance: Meeting with catechist, student, site supervisor, and parents.
Second Disturbance: Meeting with catechist, student, site supervisor, parents, and CRE. At this time, parents are required to attend the classes each week.
Third Disturbance: Meeting with catechist, student, site supervisor, parents, CRE, and pastor.
If a resolution cannot be found after meeting with the pastor, the student is expelled for the remainder of the Faith Formation school year. If the student requests re-admittance to the program, the student and parents need to meet with the Faith Formation Commission. The Faith Formation Commission supports this policy.