Principal Weekly Communications

A regulated dress code affects a certain calming influence over the behavior and actions of the students. Parents are asked to encourage proper school grooming and to see that their children abide by this dress code.

All uniforms MUST be purchased from Flynn and O’Hara:

Ways to Order St. Jane School Uniforms - Click Here

Main Office: 
215-637-6392 (fax)

Each of our schools now has a custom landing page with a unique URL that can be easily linked from your school website.
St. Jane Frances De Chantal School Landing Page:

From here, students and parents can shop for their school's specific uniform, view previous orders, access promotions, and so much more. Our Features & Functionality guide provides a comprehensive breakdown of everything available to you and your  school families on the new FlynnO'Hara Website.

Local Office: 
Valley Plaza Shopping Center
1876 Catasauqua Road
Allentown, PA 18103

Parent Resources


NYTimes: Is the Drive for Success Making Our Children Sick? -

How parents and teachers should talk to each other

How much time should kids spend with screens? New advice for a digital age

Why You Shouldn’t Pay Children for Grades - NYTimes

Students lose out when parents pay out, Try these better strategies to help them get their work done.

When Homework Stresses Parents as Well as Students - NYTimes

When homework means arguments and leaves parents feeling helpless, it affects more than just students.

Cellphones in school: a teaching tool or distraction? - The Boston Globe

Declining Student Resilience: A Serious Problem for Colleges - Psychology Today 

Bullying Policy

Bullying Policy Information

Bullying Policy - Allentown Diocese

Bullying Complaint Form - Return to Principal or Dean of Students



Discipline is the foundation of a well-ordered society.  It must be initially established in the home by parents/guardians and reinforced and built upon during the child’s school years.  The climate presented by faculty and staff expresses the belief that we are all children of a loving and forgiving God.  The essence of Christian discipline is self-discipline.  St. Jane’s School strives to foster growth in self-discipline that supports cooperative behavior through positive reinforcement and provides clear consequences for misbehavior.

The students in grades Kindergarten to eight are developing skills in responsibility, maturity, decision-making, and conflict resolution at varying levels.  Therefore, the degrees of disciplinary action taken are based on the developmental level, age, and maturity of the student.  Each teacher will provide you with an appropriate code of conduct at the beginning of the school year.  The Second Step Program is implemented school-wide as a means of reinforcing positive solutions to resolve conflicts.

Discipline issues can usually be solved through proper communication. It is important for a child to know that your authority and the school authority are one.  If a problem arises, parents and teachers should consult with each other so they can work together to remedy the situation.  When interventions with parent, student, and principal do not remedy the situation, the Disciplinary Committee might convene to resolve the situation.

The education of a student is a partnership between parent and the school.  Just as the parent has the right to withdraw a child if desired, the school administration reserves the right to require the withdrawal of a student if the administration determines that the partnership is irretrievably broken.

For More Information See Page 9 of Student Handbook 

Catholic Apps
  1. Laudate- the #1 Catholic App J Everything you could possibly need from daily mass readings, prayers, the New American Bible, and even an excellent examination of conscience for confession is on this app.
  2. Steubenville Youth Conferences App- This app has prayers and talks from Steubenville Youth Conferences that include issues that are relevant to teenagers in today’s society.
  3. 40 Day Spiritual Workout by Bob Rice- Exactly what the app says J  Prayers and scripture readings are provided for each day. GREATfor young people and even adults who want to build a deeper prayer life
  4. Pure Faith- This app is 99 cents but worth EVERY penny!! The best prayer book for young people especially teenagers right on the iPhone. There are prayers and deep saint quotes for every occasion you could possibly think of.
  5. iBreviary- The best app for the Liturgy of the Hours on the iPhone.
  6. Catholic Directory- This app provides you with a list of local Catholic Churches in the area when traveling.  You can even look up parishes in the area from your current location.
  7. EWTN app- Anything and everything EWTN J Program schedules as well as prayers
  8. Divine Mercy App- Created by the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception, the official promoters of Divine Mercy, this app has information about the Divine Mercy devotion as well as Divine Mercy prayers including the Chaplet and resources such as books and pamphlets.
  9. Pope App- Anything and everything Pope Francis J
  10. Mary App- Created by the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception, information and prayers about Marian Devotion. There is also excellent information on the Marian dogmas.
  11. Vatican App- Anything and everything from the Vatican J This app is great for information from papal encyclicals too.
  12. LifeTeen App- Excellent articles and information about issues relevant to today’s teens by Catholic youth and youth ministers around the country.
  13. Rosary Guide- Pray the rosary without beads right on your phone. The app guides the entire rosary!


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