St. Patrick School at 420 E. Water St., Troy, OH 45373 US - HomeWelcome to Saint Patrick Elementary School's Website
This is our home on the Internet. Here you will find the latest news and information about the school. Please take a moment to visit the online Calendar for upcoming events and our News page for featured articles. Visitors are invited to sign up for our online mailing list for special news and announcements. We hope you enjoy your visit and encourage you to check back often for updates!
St. Patrick Preschool Registration
St. Patrick School Kindergarten Assessments for the 2014-2015 school year
The Shamrock--monthly newsletters
Registration for the 2014-2015 School Year
Tuition Scale for 2014-2015
EdChoice Scholarship Program
Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship Program
PRIVATE SCHOOL AID SERVICE, Student Aid Form 2014-2015
Please make sure that this application is sent to PSAS by the earliest deadline applicable for your family:
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AR Reading Test
Kroger Community Rewards----Enroll your Kroger Plus Card today
You must re-enroll your Kroger Plus card during the month of April 2013.
REVISED----Calendar for the 2013-2014 school year
School Calendar for 2014-2015
Parent/Student Handbook for 2013-2014
St. Patrick Preschool
ONLINE GRADING SYSTEM
School Closing Information
We want to remind parents that we are approaching the season where inclement weather may cause a school delay or cancellation. When the weather forecast is for winter weather conditions such as snow, sleet, ice, PLEASE check in the morning to see if we have a delay or closing. School closings ...
St. Patrick School Age Child Care Program (SACC)
In order to meet the needs of working parents and continue the developmental needs of children from Kindergarten through 8th Grade, St. Patrick School has chosen to provide a school age child care program for students who are enrolled in our school. Each day time is available for students to work ...