Charles W. Henry School Kindergarten - Eighth Grade

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Principal
Fatima Rogers

601 Carpenter Lane
Philadelphia PA 19119
Phone: 215-951-4006

Policies

Code of Student Conduct

Information on the Code of Student conduct , as well as the discipline procedures of the School District of Philadelphia can be found here soon!

 

 

Our Student Dress Code

Boys:  NAVY BLUE POLO SHIRTS (LONG OR SHORT SLEEVES) WITH KHAKI PANTS OR SHORTS
 
Girls: NAVY BLUE POLO SHIRT (LONG OR SHORT SLEEVES

KHAKI PANTS, SHORTS, SKIRTS, OR JUMPERS. 
SKIRTS, SHORTS, AND JUMPERS MUST BE KNEE LENGTH OR LONGER.(GIRLS ARE PERMITTED TO WEAR PANTS UNDER THEIR UNIFORM SKIRTS IN COLD WEATHER)

 

FOOTWEAR: SHOES OR SNEAKERS WITH SOCKS.  STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO WEAR SANDALS, FLIP-FLOPS, OR ANY TYPE OF OPEN-TOED SHOES.

 

 

GYM REQUIREMENTS:  It is significant for students to come well prepared for gym class.  All students must wear sneakers to participate, and navy blue sweat pants, tee shirts, and/ or sweatshirts.  Navy blue hoodies are permitted when the weather permits. Girls are permitted to wear shorts under their dresses or skirts on gym day.  Gym uniforms will be on sale in September. 

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The gym uniform is navy

blue.

   

 

                

                                                  

 

School Visitors

 

All visitors are welcome at Henry School!

Visitors please report to the main office, sign in and obtain a vistors pass prior to going anywhere in the building.

 

Henry School Parent Compact

THE C.W. HENRY SCHOOL, and the parents of the students participating in activities, services, and programs funded by Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEAagree that this compact outlines how the parents, the entire school staff, and the students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement and the means by which the school and parents will build and develop a partnership that will help children achieve the State’s high standards.

Parental Involvement

  Each school in its School-wide Parental Involvement Policy must establish the school’s expectations for parental involvement. Click here to read our policy.