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Forms and Handbooks

2023-2024 School Handbook

2023-2024 School Uniform Policy

2023-2024 School Calendar

Medication Forms

If it is medically necessary for a child to take any type of medication at school (prescription or over the counter), parents must complete a medical authorization form and send it with the medicine, in its original container, marked with the child's name to the office. Children ARE NOT permitted to keep any type of medication with them, in their desks or book bags, at ANY time. Exceptions to this policy, including inhalers and Epi-pens, must be recorded and discussed with the principal.

Please contact the school office at 330-753-6435, if you have any questions regarding this policy.

Parents are required to fill out a medication form for over the counter medications. Please click the link below to download and print the parent's request for administration of medication form.

Click here for the 2023-2024 Parent's Request for the Administration of Medication by School Personnel form
The child's physician must complete a medication form for all prescribed medications. Please click the link below to download and print the physician's request for administration of medication form.

Click here for the 2023-2024 Physician's Request for the Administration of Medication by School Personnel form

Morning Drop-Off Plan

Important morning drop-off information:

Please use the parking lot entrance on Paige Ave. to enter the school parking lot. Use the Seventh St. exits to leave the parking lot. This keeps the children safe. Please share this information with anyone who might be picking up or dropping off.

When dropping off in the morning, encourage your child to cross in front of your car rather than behind. You are the best person to be aware of your child's whereabouts, so you can best verify that your child is safely beyond your car.

If you need to park in order to enter the school, please use the east end of the parking lot rather than the west end. Lots of cars parked near the school obstruct the children's vision of on-coming cars as they are walking to the building.

Progress Book

Saint Augustine School is using Progress Book grading system that is used by our neighboring Summit County schools. As a parent you will have access to your student's assignments and grades. Additionally, you will be able to view our school's news and information page for current events and happenings throughout the year.

If you are just beginning with Progress Book, you will be provided an initial user name and password. To begin using this system you will need to go log on and activate your account. Once your account has been activated, you will be asked to create a new username and password before you can login to Progress Book. We ask that you keep this information on hand. Saint Augustine School will not have access to or know your personal user name or password. Please contact us for any help that you may need in setting up your account.

Because of your ability to view your child's most recent assessed grades, no interim reports will be mailed from the school. If for any reason your family does not have computer or internet access, let us know and we will have a copy of your student's interim grades mailed to you. We do ask that you provide a written request to your child's homeroom teacher for a printed copy of their interim grades.

To set up your Parent Access, please follow this link and click on Saint Augustine Catholic School.


Do not block driveways or park in areas where buses load or unload. At dismissal, pick up children from the school playground ONLY. Be aware of children walking to cars and school buses as you leave. Courtesy is expected by all.

School buses are provided for transportation to and from school ONLY. A child may ride a bus if his/her name is on the list for a bus run. Children riding Barberton bus may not ride Akron bus and vice-versa. Bus regulations are set by the local public school district. While on the bus, students are responsible for following all directives given by the driver. Failure to do so will result in a written report to parents and administrator and possible suspension of riding privileges. The bus driver is responsible for orderly conduct on the bus. While on the bus, the child is under the authority of and directly responsible to the bus driver.


Akron Public Schools
Contact: Ramona Carroll, APS Transportation, 330-761-2738

Barberton City Schools:
Contact: 330-753-1025 ext. 13141

Peterman Bus Company

Kristina Laster

General Manager Petermann Bus, 330-773-4222

To all parents who transport their child(ren) to school daily: Please be aware that you may qualify for a in lieu of transportation reimbursement from your local school district as you have provided transportation for your child/children to St. Augustine School during the school year. If you wish to pursue these funds, please contact the transportation department office of your local school district to inquire about their application process.

Virtus Program

Please contact Jaclyn Snyder, DRE at 330-757-1080 ext. 103 for upcoming dates and times for Virtus training.

Screening Policies for Employees and Volunteers

All employees and volunteers who have contact with students undergo thorough screening, including background checks through the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation & Identification (BCI&I). For complete information on screening policies, see the revised Policy for the Safety of Children in Matters of Sexual Abuse, section 1.2 (p. 3).