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2017-18 STUDENT-PARENT HANDBOOK

Click on the image below to access the 2017-18 Student-Parent Handbook.


VOLUNTEER BACKGROUND CLEARANCES

Click on the image below for important information about Volunteer Background Clearances.


QUICKLINKS

Below are some important school logins and resource links to help you and your child(ren) stay connected to Grey Nun Academy.

RenWeb Parents Login

Amazon Smile

Edmodo

Educreations

BBC Dance Mat Typing (Keyboarding Resource)

Technology Bootcamp (Keyboarding and Math Practice)

FACTS Financial Aid

BLOCS Tuition Assistance

Uniforms


LUNCH ORDER PROGRAM

Ordering lunches at GNA has never been easier!

Grey Nun Academy has partnered with BOONLI (formerly orderlunches.com) to provide a secure, fast, and easy-to-use online ordering system that allows parents and guardians to view our lunch menu, order, prepay and manage student lunches from their smartphone, tablet or computer.

Registration and ordering begins as early as August 1st, 2017!

NEW PARENTS

1.Go To: HTTPS://GNA.BOONLI.COM - (please bookmark this page)

2.Click on Register: Password is: GNA1, add account, profile(s) information

  • 3.Sign In with your username & password
  • 4.To begin ordering click on the calendar date – First Lunch Date is: September 11th, 2017

RETURNING PARENTS

1.Go To: HTTPS://GNA.BOONLI.COM - (please bookmark this page)

2.Sign In with your username & password

3.Choose student that needs location, add their grade for the new school year & click “update profile”

4.If a student has graduated, select their name & click “remove profile”

5.Once all profiles are updated you can begin placing orders. To begin ordering click on the calendar date – First Lunch Date is: September 11th, 2017

PROGRAM INFO – (also available online once you are logged in to your account)

  • WHO ARE OUR VENDORS? McCaffrey’s and Vince’s Pizza
  • ORDERING SCHEDULE: All orders must be placed by the 25th of the month for lunch distribution in the following month
  • FOOD or POLICY (Missed/Late Orders, Credits, and Changes/Cancellations): email Mary Ann Turnbull at mat@gnaedu.org or call 215-968-4151 extension 104 for questions.
    • Forgot to place your order:After the ordering period has closed, we cannot accommodate or accept late orders.
    • Credits: Credits are not applied due to illness as we already purchase the meals with the vendors in the prior month.
    • Changes or additional orders: Changes can be made during the open ordering period. Credits for cancellations will be applied to your next order. Once the ordering period has closed, your order is FINAL.
    • Cancellations: UNFORTUNATELY WE CANNOT ACCEPT CANCELLATIONS ONCE THE MONTH’S ORDERING PERIOD HAS CLOSED.
  • PAYMENT INFORMATION: The program accepts payment by Debit Card or Credit Card: Visa, MasterCard & Discover or Debit Card

oBe sure to proceed to checkout and process your payment. Orders that are left in the shopping cart will NOT be processed and your student(s) will not be included in the lunch service.

oOrdering for more than 1 person? Please be sure to add all items for your student(s) into the shopping cart BEFORE checking-out.

  • MINIMUM ORDER FEE: A $1.00 fee will be charged for orders under $10.00 – for new and changed orders.

Thank you for participating in our school lunch program!


PARENT LOGIN INFORMATION

Communication between parents, teachers, and the administration at Grey Nun Academy is critical to the success of your child's education. At Grey Nun Academy RenWeb provides a single interface for internal communications and student homework.


SCHOOL CALENDAR

Parents receive a tentative yearly calendar in January for the following school year. The finalized yearly calendar will be published in the Family Directory. Updates can be viewed in the ParentsWeb (RenWeb) Calendar Area and a monthly calendar at greynunacademy.org.


DIRECTORY

ParentsWeb (RenWeb) contains the Family Directory published each year (we do not send home copies, parents must print their directory). This Directory contains the names of current students, family addresses, phone numbers and email addresses. This provides private information and should be used solely for school purposes.


PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES

Formal conference times are scheduled twice a year, in the fall and spring. These conferences give both parents and teachers the opportunity to discuss a student’s progress. Conferences can also be arranged at additional times if necessary.

Students in grades Middle and Upper Divisions attend the parent/teacher conference with their parent(s).

APPOINTMENTS

Dialogue between parents, teachers, staff, and administrators is extremely important. If a parent would like to speak with any school personnel, an appointment should be arranged by note, email, or phone call to the main office, to Mary Ann Turnbull.

GREY NUN ACADEMY FACULTY AND STAFF CONTACT INFORMATION


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NAME

POSITION IN SCHOOL

TELEPHONE EXTENSION

NAME OF COLLEGE(S)/UNIVERSITY(S) AND DEGREE(S) EARNED

Administration

Deborah Kost (Mrs.)

Head of School

101

B.S. University of Arizona

M.Ed. Lehigh University

Villanova University - Principal Certification

Yale University - Klingenstein Fellowship

Gina Accardo (Dr.)

Director of Finance & Operations

107

B.S. Social Science/Pre-Law, Colorado State University

M.S. Administration, Central Michigan University

Ph.D Organizational Leadership/Business, Eastern University

Lisa Grabowski (Mrs.)

Director of Enrollment

102

B.A. English
Loyola College

Susy Kim (Mrs.)


Director of Advancement

115


B.S. Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan

M.B.A. University of Michigan





FACULTY MEMBERS

Anna Buddin (Ms.)4th Grade Substitute Teacher140B.A. Elementary Education and French, Rider University

Liz Cannon (Mrs.)

School Counselor

8th Grade Homeroom Teacher

114

B.S. Psychology, Franklin & Marshall College

M.S. School Counseling Gwynedd Mercy University

Geralyn Chapuis (Mrs.)

1st Grade Assistant Teacher

131

B.S. Temple University

Colleen Crouse (Mrs.)

4th Grade Homeroom/Lead Teacher

128

B.S. Temple University

M.S. Neumann University

Lynn Daddario (Mrs.)

Pre-K Associate Teacher

126

B.S Central Connecticut State College

Art Education K-12

Louis De Lauro (Mr.)6th, 7th, 8th Grade ELA134B.A. Rider University, Elementary Education/American Studies

Mary Ann Edwards (Mrs.)

1st Grade Homeroom/Lead Teacher

145

B.S. State University of NY at Geneseo
Elementary Education

M.S. State University of NY at Albany
Developmental Reading

Mary Beth Flatley (Mrs.)Campus Ministry; Religion Teacher 6th, 7th, 8th Grades; Social Studies Teacher 6th Grade148B.A. St. Mary's College
Economics

M.S. Holy Family University
Education

Elementary Certification K-8

Kimberly Franzon (Mrs.)

8th Grade Homeroom; Science 6th, 7th, 8th Grades; 7th Grade Honors Math; STEM

125

B.A. Education, Intermediate/Senior Biology and Chemistry, University of Toronto

Honors B.S. Biochemistry, Queens University

Maureen Hamrick (Mrs.)

2nd Grade Homeroom/Lead Teacher

133

B.S. Early Childhood and Elementary Education

M.S. Education with a Reading Specialist Certificate

Meg Hanson (Ms.)

Music and Performing Arts Teacher PreK through 8th Grades

144

B.A. Music Education
Trenton State College

Deborah Koehler (Mrs.)

Library/Multimedia Specialist PreK through 8th Grades

110

B.S. West Chester University

M.S.LS Clarion University

Elementary Certification K-8

Library Certification K-12

Ryan Lynady (Mr.)Physical Education PreK through 8th Grades; Health 6th, 7th, 8th Grades

Athletic Director

111B.S. Ursinus College

Health & Physical Education Certification K-12; Commonwealth of PA and New Jersey CEAS

Mary Beth McGinty (Miss)

Kindergarten Homeroom/Lead Teacher

135

B.A. Early Childhood Education, Holy Family University

Sandy Peters Murray (Mrs.)

Art Teacher PreK through 8th Grades

138

B.A. The College of NJ Art Therapy/Certification

Art Education K-12

Joanne Rosemarino (Mrs.)

2nd Grade Associate Teacher

136

B.S. Frostburg State University

M.Ed. Loyola University

Brianna Seckinger (Miss)

Third Grade Homeroom/Lead Teacher

116

B.S. Special Education/Elementary/Early Childhood

Enrolled at Holy Family University for degree in Advanced Practices in Special Education w/Autism Endorsement

Anne Shields (Mrs.)

PreK Homeroom/Lead Teacher

142

B.S. Early Childhood Education, Temple University

Robert Snyder (Mr.)

6th Grade Mathematics

7th Grade Mathematics

8th Grade College Prep and Honors Mathematics

7th Grade Social Studies

123

B.S. English/Secondary Ed, Holy Family University

Catherine Thomas (Mrs.)5th Grade Substitute Teacher147B.A. Elementary Education, University of North Carolina

M.A. Special Education, Elon University

Elementary Education Certificate K-6, Special Education Certificate

Shannon Visnesky (Mrs.)

Learning Coordinator/Learning Specialist

Learning Lab

QUEST (Gifted & Talented)

146

B.S. Elementary and Special Education, East Stroudsburg University

M.S. Counseling Psychology, Holy Family University

Joseph Wilker (Mr.)

Physical Education PreK through 8th Grades; Health 6th, 7th, 8th Grades

Athletic Director

111

B.S. Lock Haven University

Katelyn Wolf (Mrs.)

5th Grade Homeroom/Lead Teacher

124

B.S. Miami University of Ohio

M.Ed with a Special Education certification Holy Family University

STAFF

Dolores Beatty (Sister)

Receptionist

122

B.A. D’Youville College -- History and English

M.A. Villanova University – History

M.S. Gwynedd Mercy University –School Administration

Loretta Littleton (Mrs.)

Housekeeping

132


Tiffany Moser (Ms.)Extended Day Coordinator

149

Susan Santella (Mrs.)

School Nurse

106

Frankford Hospital School of Nursing

BSN Holy Family University

Enrolled in Eastern Mennonite University - School Nurse Certification

Rosemarie Stradling (Mrs.) Secretary to Head of School/Office Administrator

103

Mary Ann Turnbull (Mrs.)

School Secretary

104



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