St. Boniface Elementary
Message from Sr. Lenore Schwartz, Principal
You, as a parent, have the primary moral responsibility of educating your child to adulthood. The Catholic Church offers help to families by establishing Catholic schools that ensure the integral formation of children. Here at St. Boniface, we are an extension of your family by providing a distinctive Catholic Franciscan education.
St. Boniface School is a place where faith, culture and life are brought into harmony. Your child is a unique image of God, and all dimensions of literature, art, math, music, science including spiritual, physical and social development are important to the wholeness of your child.
School is a place of challenges. Yet every child can enjoy success through the cooperation of parents, students and teachers. It is our goal that your child delights in learning in order to be a good, intelligent citizen of this world and strives to become a saint.
Sr. Lenore Schwartz
|Description||St. Boniface School provides a quality Catholic education for students in Grades 4 through 6 in a safe and supportive environment conducive to learning.|
|Enrollment||120 students in grades 4 through 6.|
Sr. Lenore Schwartz O.S.F., Principal
Rev. Andrew Dudzinski, Pastor
|Faculty||Principal, six homeroom teachers, physical education instructor, music teacher, art teacher, reading resource teacher, technology instructor, counselor, Title I for language arts and math. Title III for limited English proficiency. All teachers are State Certified.|
|Students||Student/teacher ratio is 19:1. Students come from the surrounding parishes in the Greater Lafayette area. Open to non-Catholic students.|
Accreditation by NCA CASI and AdvancEd
North Central Association Commission on Accreditation
Accreditation Division of AdvancEd
Education Department of Indiana
Indiana Non-Public Education Association (INPEA)
National Catholic Education Association (NCEA)
|ISTEP+Performance||Indiana State ranking of Exemplary Progress, highest ranking under the State of Indiana’s accountability system for K-12.|
|Daily Schedule||Classes begin at 8:00 a.m. and dismiss at 3:00 p.m.|
|Spiritual Growth||Daily religious instruction in the Catholic Faith. Holy Mass is celebrated Thursdays and First Fridays with students actively participating in the liturgy. Children in choir, bell choir and guitar group play at Mass. Religious Art Enrichment offered second semester. Service projects conducted by students for local and global needs. Family Life “Genesis” program second semester. Monthly religious themes emphasized throughout the school year.|
|Curriculum||State-approved curriculum: Religion, Reading, English, Penmanship, Spelling, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, Health, Art, Music, Physical Education, Technology Instruction, Substance Abuse, Guidance and Protecting God’s Children.|
Education Fair: Science Experiment Projects, Spelling Bees, Intramural Math Competition, Accelerated Reading Library Program, Children’s Guitar Group, Children’s Choir, Instrumental Band, Fine Arts Festival, Purdue Convocations, Educational Field Trips.
Grades 4, 5, 6: All students participate in the Saints Project with poster, presentation and costume.
Grade 4: Indiana State Parks and Lafayette/Tippecanoe Landmarks
Grade 5: U.S. National Parks and Early Colonial Leaders
Grade 6: Science Project and Global Country Project
|Technology||Centralized computer lab with 26 iMac computers. All computers have internet access and are networked within the school. Curriculum includes keyboarding, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, application of technology skills in cross-curricular projects and enhanced curriculum instruction.|
|Special Services||Greater Lafayette Area Special Services (GLASS), Reading and Math Resource Instruction, Title I and Title III Instruction, Guidance Counselor, Parent Volunteer Program.|
|Extra-Curriculars||Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Band, Altar Servers. Children’s Choir, Bell Choir, Guitar Group|
Volleyball — Grades 4-6 Girls
Cheerleading – Grades 5-6 Girls
Little Gridiron Football—Grades 4-6 Boys
Cross Country, Track, Wrestling — Grade 6 with CC Jr. High Team
Basketball — Grades 4-6 Boys & Girls
Soccer—Boys and Girls through local Soccer programs
Baseball — Grade 4-6 Boys through Lafayette/West Lafayette Little League Programs
|Transportation||No Catholic School System bus system. The Lafayette School Corporation provides public school bus transportation in some areas of Lafayette. Call (765) 449-3293 for more information. Carpooling assistance is provided by the school office by providing names of families living in your general neighborhood.|
St. Mary’s After School Care @ St. Mary School available to St. Boniface students.
Monday - Friday 2:50 - 5:30 p.m.
Other after school programs are provided through the YWCA and YMCA.
|Parents||The PTO works in partnership with St. Mary and St. Boniface Schools’ families and teachers. Social activities are planned to promote unity among families and staff. The annual Donation Drive contributes to technology, library, and educational activities.|
813 North Street
Lafayette, IN 47901
Lafayette, IN 47901