The Tri-State Islamic Sunday School is a structured Weekend school placing its emphasis on teaching Islam as a Religion rather than a set of cultural practices. The school is a Community Service by volunteers, who are not compensated for their services. It is open to all Muslim students. The staff and students come from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
10:30—10:45 General Assembly
10:45—11:30 First Session
11:30—12:15 Second Session
12:30—01:15 Third Session
01:15-01:30 Wadoo Break
01:30 Dhuhr Prayer/DISMISSAL
HOLIDAYSThe school is closed on Sundays that immediately follow or precede Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha. The following holidays are observed.
• Spring Break
General School Rules
Please remember to dress accordingly considering you are in a Masjid. All girls must have head scarves for prayer. It is not necessary for girls to wear the head scarf during the whole school day. Do not wear clothes with inappropriate slogans or pictures. Wear gender-appropriate clothes.
Salatul Dhuhr (the noon prayer) is a part of the Islamic School day. Every student MUST participate in the prayer. It helps to bind what they learn in the classroom with this essential feature of our faith. Parents are absolutely not allowed to take their child home after Dhuhr prayer unless it is necessary.
SnacksChildren must bring their own lunch each Sunday. Snacks may be donated to the masjid for students who forget their lunches.
Parents’ responsibilities include the following:
Teachers will follow the steps below in escalating disciplinary issues:
Lost & Found
The school has a Lost/Found facility. Things left behind can be retrieved at this Lost/Found facility.
The parents of the child who causes damage to any property or causes injury to another person on the school premises will be held responsible for all damages and liabilities.
Liability of the School:
The Islamic School is committed on providing a safe and caring environment. Every effort is made to ensure the safety of children, parents and staff (and their property). Parents are responsible for making sure that their children safely get to their classes and are promptly picked up after school.
IN CASE OF ANY UNFORSEEN EVENT THAT CAUSES ANY KIND OF HARM OR INJURY (PHYSICAL, MENTAL OR EMOTIONAL) TO ANYBODY ASSOCIATED WITH THE SCHOOL -INCLUDING PARENTS, STUDENTS, STAFF AND THEIR BELONGINGS - THE SCHOOL WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE.
For more information please contact the school's administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org