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Admissions: Referring prospective families, re-enrollment, uniform questions, Spirit Shop, and withdrawing a student
Office of Admissions: admissions@stphilips.com 
Director of Admissions: Taylor Hall (Email

Athletics: All team sport registrations, game schedules, volunteer for concessions stand or to coach a team 
Athletics Director: Eddie Fletcher (Email

Student Services Support: Academic accommodations, student behavioral support, tutoring, Parent University 
Director of Student Services: Ramona Bailey (Email

Financing your St. Philip’s Education: Tuition Assistance, FACTS, Payments, and Parent background checks  
Send general questions to financialaid@stphilips.com  
CFO: Dr. Richard Wesley (Email
Business Office Manager: Tameka Johnson (Email

Parental Support: Parent & Family Support 
Parent Liaison: Ametria Maryland (Email

Curriculum Questions:  
Math Specialist: Tamasha Govan (Email
English/Language Arts & Reading: Jacquelyn Andrews (Email
Social Studies Lead: Ramona Thomas (Email
Fine Arts Director: Alicia (Iv) Holmes (Email

School Division Support:  
Director of Early Childhood: Telissha Wesson (Email
Lower School (1st-3rd grades) Lead: Sheila Pate (Email
Middle School (4th-6th grades) & Science Lead: Tia Stevens (Email)  

School Nurse:  
School Nurse: Fatina Ekwenugo (Email)  

Other St. Philip’s Departments:  
The Headmaster’s Office: Perot Family Headmaster, Dr. Terry Flowers; Headmaster’s Assistant, Mrs. Margertree Holmes (Email
The Principal’s Office: Principal, Mrs. Kellee Murrell; Principal’s Assistant, Ms. Kristi Burrell (Email
Chief Experience Office: Mrs. Candance Conerly 
Communications: Mrs. Kimberly Ballard Madison & Team 
Community Advancement: Mrs. Julie Saqueton & Team 
Human Resources: Mrs. Regina Walton 
Operations: Mr. Adam Dominguez 
Philanthropy: Mrs. Benaye Rogers & Team 

Yes:  
 - Parents must attend each parent/teacher conference 
 - Attend the required, mandatory three (3) meetings: Parent School Association (PSA), Parent University, or Pastry with the Principal. If you cannot attend, please send an email to notify the school and send a representative on your behalf.  

Please be sure to read the Parent Student Handbook, including the Parent Responsibility Agreement on page XXX

Regular and After School dismissal with be done via School-Pass

Parent School Association (PSA) 
Purpose: To promote harmony in our school environment by supporting the mission, program, and activities of our school.  
Primary Focus: Fundraising, Volunteer Solicitation, Promote School Spirit, Outreach, Parent-to-Parent & Parent-to-School Communication 

Homeroom/Advisory Parents 
Purpose: In cooperation with classroom teachers, homeroom parents coordinate grade level activities during the school year and lower/middle school parties. Homeroom parents are often called on to organize their parents to assist with PSA projects and select committee activities. All plans and details for class events must be reviewed and approved by the classroom teacher before being finalized by room parents. 

Mission Moms 
Purpose: Support the school and students by coordinating various initiatives, I.e. prospective family recruitment, support school-wide programs, and other activities to support parents and families 

Dad’s Club 
Purpose: The Dad’s Club is an outreach committee of the Parent School Association. Dads meet once a month (or as scheduled) to help maintain the school grounds, volunteer to mentor boys in the school who may not live with their fathers, connect through Dad’s Field Day, make a visible impact in the immediate community, support school-wide events, etc. 

Daily Chapel is always livestreamed via our Facebook and Livestream pages. 

Saints of the Week – Students are rewarded during normal scheduled Chapel services on Friday for their classroom participation and overall academic and behavioral success during the week 

Titans – The Titan Award is an award that strives to recognize those exceptional students who meet expectations on a consistent and regular basis. It is awarded to any third through sixth grade student who meets all the requirements. The awards are distributed monthly.

Awards Ceremonies – twice per year 

See Parent Student Handbook for more details  

- Please reference the Parent Student Handbook for the Uniform Policy 
- Vendor: Flynn O’Hara  
- Full uniform everyday 
- Dress for Success Mondays – official uniform; no shorts or skorts 
- PE Uniforms – required Kinder -6th grade, below wear sneakers 
- Label EVERYTHING 
Spirit Shop managed by Admissions – spirit gear and PE Uniforms online 

Advisory meetings provide an opportunity for the students to get to know each other and their advisors better. Advisories also give students a chance to relax and to share experiences with each other. Parents communicate regularly with Advisors through written communication and parent conferences as well as through more informal channels. 

Lost and Found is located in the Snyder Activity Center in the open area next to the coach’s office. Labeling all clothing is strongly recommended.

RenWeb/FACTS Grades, school emails, school text messages, enrollment documents

Remind Teacher reminders i.e. field trip updates, Homeroom parent updates, send quick communication to the teacher

St. Philip's Website The Principal's Pen, Parent Handbook, Parent resources

School Pass Simplify and secure dismissal and carpool process