Parent Connection


Drop off + Pick up Procedures

  1. There will be no right turns or left turns into the parking lot and no left turns out of the lot. 
  2. Enter via the alley off 11th street and cross directly into the parking lot, as indicated by the red line on the map. 
  3. Pull all the way forward to the stop sign. If you have to unload a child from a car seat, or you are planning to walk your child into the building, please park.
  4. Be polite to the teachers serving as traffic directors and to one another. Your child's safety and the safety of all of our children depends on your adherence to these procedures. 

Immunizations and Physicals

Students whose immunizations are not up to date will not be allowed to attend school until proof of compliance has been provided. No student without an existing exemption issued by the State of Oklahoma may attend classes. Diocesan policy allows us to honor non-medical exemptions for students who were enrolled with such exemptions for the 2017-2018 school year. Going forward, we are only allowed to accept students with valid medical exemptions.

Students entering 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 7th grades are required to have a current physical on file with the schools. Physicals must be received prior to the first day of school.

Required Immunization Schedule | Physical Form

School Supplies

All necessary school supplies are provided by the school, with the exception of a backpack and lunchbox, and a three-ring binder required for middle school students. School planners will be available for purchase in the school office for $7.00.

Each student needs to bring one box of tissue and one roll of paper towels during their designated quarter to their 1st period teacher, as indicated below.

Last Name R-Z bring Tissues & Paper Towels the first week of school.
Last Name L-P bring Tissues & Paper Towels the first week of 2nd Qtr. (10-22-18)
Last Name D-K bring Tissues & Paper Towels the first week of 3rd Qtr. (1-07-19)
Last Name A-C bring Tissues & Paper Towels the first week of 4th Qtr. (3-18-19)

Pre-K and Kindergarten - Students are also asked to bring a container of baby wipes during their designated quarter.  

1st-3rd Grade - students are also asked to bring a box of either sandwich, quart, or gallon sizes baggies during their designated quarter. 

4th-8th Grade  - Students are also asked to bring a container of Lysol or Clorox wipes during their designated quarter. 

Spirit Wear

You can now order our 2018-2019 spirit shirt and the new SNL shirt online! Order online by September 9, and your spirit wear will be delivered to the school.

2018-2019 Holy Family Cathedral School Spirit Shirt

2018-2019 Holy Family Cathedral School Spirit Shirt

2018-2019 Saturday Night Life Shirt

2018-2019 Saturday Night Life Shirt

Please note that the house shirts featured on the ordering site are for students in 3rd through 8th grade that participate in the house system, and house shirts for 3rd grade, 6th grade, or new students should not be ordered until students are sorted into their houses within the first month of the school year.

Parent Volunteers

Through the year we will have many opportunities for you to earn Time & Talent by spending time with your student on field trips, helping with plays, cafeteria monitoring, and many other events. In order to be eligible to help out with these events, you need to complete your volunteer training and background check through Virtus.

Be sure to choose Holy Family Cathedral School (Tulsa) as your location, choose "volunteer." The cost for the background check is $22.64 per person and you may claim 2.5 hours of Time & Talent for the cost of the background check and the Time to complete the training.  

If it has been more than 5 years since you completed your Virtus "Protecting Gods Children® for Adults" training you will need to complete the "Virtus® Protecting God’s Children® Re-certification Training for Adults—5th Edition." Please log into your Virtus account and if you are not automatically asked to complete the re-certification training please contact the school office. 

If you have completed all of your training and background check within the past 5 years, please log in and double check that all of your contact information is still correct. Before you drive on a field trip you will need to make sure we have a copy of your current drivers license and insurance on file.  

If you are going to volunteer in the cafeteria or serve food at an event you will need to complete the FREE online volunteer's food handlers class.

Family Directory

Family information for contacting classmates or their parents is available through ParentsWeb with a parent or student login. Once you are logged in choose school information and then directory. You can then sort by class or grade or search for a person by name.

Lunch Ordering


Chef Jeff Catering will be handling lunches this year, and will offer hot lunch Monday through Thursday.  All ordering and payment will be done directly through the catering company.  

Lunch orders are due weekly by the Sunday proceeding the next week.

Email your lunch orders to:

 Please note that orders and payment for lunches will no longer go through RenWeb.  If your student comes to school without a lunch and no lunch has been purchased, we will call you to bring a lunch.


Pizza orders for the month of April are due Tuesday, April 30, and should be given to your child’s classroom or first period teacher. Click here to print out your order form now.

Please remember that the 8th grade is schedule to use the first math elective period of the month to count pizza orders, deposit the money, create the list, and place the orders for the month. We cannot accept late orders after the due date for this reason.

APril Lunch Menu

Small Lunch: $4.50 (including milk) | Large Lunch: $5.00 (including milk)

April 29 Hot dog Tater tots Fruit. Brownie

April 30 Pizza Quesadilla Pasta salad fruit Cookie

may Lunch Menu

Small Lunch: $4.50 (including milk) | Large Lunch: $5.00 (including milk)

May 1 Spaghetti w/ meatball Toast Salad Brownie

May 2 Chicken tenders( nuggets pk-2) Mashed pots Green beans Brownie

May 6 Steak fingers mixed veggies Mashed potatoes Brownie

May 7 Sausage pancake on-a-stick. Hash browns. Cutie orange. Cinnamon roll bite

May 8 Chicken Alfredo Toast Salad Cookie

May 9 Cheeseburger French Fries Peaches Brownie/cookie

May 13 Popcorn Chicken salad, (ranch and cheese), Banana. . cookie

May 14 Soft taco Chips and Salsa tropical fruit Cookie

May 15 Pizza stick Pasta salad fruit Brownie

May 16 Hammy Sammy sliders potato chips Pineapple tidbits cookie

May 20 Crispy Chicken sandwich Cheesy hash brown. Steamed carrots. Brownie

May 21 Turkey wrap Mac and cheese Mixed fruit Cookie

May 22 Beef lasagna Toast Salad Brownie

May 23 Chicken tenders( nuggets pk-2) Mashed pots Green beans Brownie

Time and Talent

The Holy Family Cathedral School Time & Talent program allows parents to play an active role in the operation and maintenance of the school. Each family is required to give 20 hours to school-related activities from coaching and driving on field trips to working an event or being a homeroom parent. 

You log your Care & Share hours on Renweb. On the "Family Home" screen, select the correct parent. Select "Service Hours" tab. Enter the date of service, description (drop-down options), hours and a note specifying the activity details. 

If you plan to volunteer in the School, our Diocese requires all volunteers to complete VIRTUS Training & a Background Check.

Current Time and Talent Volunteer Opportunities:  

If you have any questions, contact Saleta Videll or call the school office, 918-582-0422.    
VIRTUS Registration Instructions


1. Work must be completed as follows:

  • 1st Quarter - October 19 (billed Oct. 29)

  • 2nd Quarter - December 28 (billed Jan. 7)

  • 3rd Quarter - March 15th (billed March 25)

  • 4th Quarter - May 23rd (billed June 2)

Hours worked during the summer will be applied to the next school year.

The following are some items that count toward time & talent hours:

  • Serving on the Home & School Board or as a Committee Chair

  • Volunteering in the lunchroom

  • Serving as a homeroom angel

  • Organizing the uniform exchange

  • Driving on field trips

  • Food/material/time contributions for school fundraisers or events (auction, bingo, Walk-A-Thon, Lenten dinner, Petzet dinner)

  • Contributions of school supplies (tissues, paper towels) above and beyond the minimum requirements

  • Monetary donation in lieu of time

- NOTE: this list is not all inclusive...just a few ideas of what counts

The following are some items that count toward parent engagement hours:
• attending Home & School meetings
• attending Literacy Night
• attending Conferences

Items marked with an asterisk on the school master calendar count toward Parent Engagement hours.

The following do not count toward time & talent hours:

  • Contributions to Youth Sunday evening potluck dinner

  • Contributions to canned food drive, freedom boxes, Christmas boxes, etc…

Although we encourage help with the various service projects throughout the year, contributions do not count toward the time & talent program.

2. All hours are to be recorded in the Service Section of your RenWeb ParentsWeb account.

 3. Hours must be recorded within a month after service is performed so that hours can be verified. Hours that are not recorded within that month may not be verifiable and therefore not counted.

4. All school volunteers, including field trips drivers, must have a completed volunteer packet on file in the school office.

This can be completed by going to A complete packet includes: a TRAK1 background check, a VIRTUS training certificate, a signed acknowledgment form pertaining to the Diocesan policy on sexual abuse, a completed Volunteer Registration form, two references, and a signed copy of the Diocesan Code of Conduct. Field Trip Drivers also need to complete a driver form with proof of insurance.

5. Quarterly summary statements will be sent home to let you know where you stand on your hours prior to the listed billing dates. Time and Talent opportunities can be found through H.S.A. and school publications. 

Dress Code


The purpose of a required dress code is to define and unite our community, and to promote the virtues of modesty, simplicity, and solidarity. Care has been taken to ensure that the cost of uniforms is not unduly burdensome. All matters pertaining to dress guidelines and dress code are at the discretion of the faculty and administration.

General Dress Guidelines

  • Clothing should be appropriately fitted, clean and in good repair.
  • Shoes must be worn at all times.
  • Belts that are dark brown or black must be worn with pants or shorts that have belt loops.
  • All undershirts or turtlenecks worn under uniform shirts must be white.
  • Pajama pants are not permitted.
  • Socks may be white, blue, or tan and must be of crew or knee length.
  • Rubber soled shoes are recommended for safety on the asphalt and playground.
  • Athletic shoes are required for P.E.
  • Boots, sandals, flip flops, open-toed shoes, hats, and sunglasses are not permitted.
  • No lighted shoes, shoes that blink or have accessories.
  • Clothing promoting bands, drugs, alcohol, offensive language, or containing symbols, images, or pictures which depict or promote violence or values contrary to the teachings of the Catholic church is not permitted.
  • No writing on arms, legs, or other body parts.
  • No tattoos of any kind.
  • No facial or body piercing.
  • Cargo style pants and shorts are only allowed on Free Dress Days.
  • Middle school students may wear navy blue blazers with or without the school logo patch or embroidered on upper left chest (this is an option).
  • Hair should be clean, combed, and student’s natural color. No hair dye, streaking or bleaching.
  • No hairdo or haircut that is a classroom distraction or that causes a child to appear unkempt or unclean.
  • Jewelry is discouraged as it may become a distraction in the classroom or be lost or damaged at school. Students are permitted to wear small chain necklaces or bracelets with a religious theme, pendant or sacramental, plain watches without alarms, tones or cellular capabilities. Apple watches are not allowed at school. A single sacramental ring is acceptable.

Dress Guidelines for Girls

  • Skirts, jumpers and shorts are to be no more than 2.5” (A dollar bills’ width) above the knee cap.
  • No pants other than trousers are considered part of the school uniform.
  • Jeans, capris, and ankle pants that are properly fitting and in good repair may be worn on Free Dress Days.
  • Leggings and jeggings are never appropriate unless worn under a mid-thigh length tunic or dress.
  • Undergarments should not be visible through clothing.
  • Tights or leggings worn under uniforms should be solid white or navy blue. Leggings must be worn with matching socks.
  • No open toe or open heel shoes. No soles/heels over 1 inch.
  • Makeup is not allowed.
  • No artificial nails or colored nail polish is permitted. Only clear polish is allowable.
  • Eyes are to be visible and not hidden by hair or accessories.
  • Girls may wear stud earrings (½ inch or smaller). NO HOOP OR DANGLING EARRINGS.

Dress Guidelines for Boys

  • Hair should be styled in traditional, symmetrical, conservative cuts with no etching, zigzags or stripes.
  • No mohawks or faux hawks. Gradual “fade haircuts” MUST have a definitive three-layer gradual length.
  • Spiking up of hair is not allowed.
  • Hair for boys should not touch their shirt collar or cover their ears. No braids below the collar for boys.
  • No ponytails are allowed for boys and no side-burns or facial hair.
  • No earrings for boys.

Uniform Supplier

Land’s End is the preferred supplier for school uniforms. 
Preferred School Number: 900128273

When purchasing from other vendors, please make sure that colors and styles match the uniforms found on Land’s End or match the style of the Regulation Plaid Jumper

Please note that the Regulation plaid jumpers and skirts can only be purchased through K Renee's
Uniform Closet, C & J Uniforms.

Mass Days

Girls are required to wear jumpers or skirts and boys are required to wear long pants. Blazers for girls
and boys are encouraged, but not mandatory. Ties for boys are also encouraged, but not mandatory.

Spirit Dress (Fridays)

Every Friday unless otherwise specified is Spirit Dress. Students may wear a shirt, sweatshirt or sweater that has a Holy Family Cathedral School logo of any type. Slacks or nice denim BLUE jeans may be worn. No jeggings, no leggings or pajama pants are allowed.

**If a student is not in Spirit Dress for this day, they must be in regular school uniform.

House Shirt Days (Wednesdays)

Every Wednesday, unless otherwise specified, is House Shirt Day for Grades 3rd-8th. Students must wear their house shirts along with their uniform shorts, skirts, jumpers or slacks. If they are not wearing their house shirt, they will be counted as “out of uniform” and points will be deducted from their house total for that week.

Free Dress

Periodically, the administration will award a non-uniform, “Free Dress Day”. The students may wear
modest apparel that adheres to the philosophy of the Dress Code. Pajama pants, tank tops, crop tops,
strapless tops or dresses or spaghetti tops and dresses are not allowed. Skirts, dresses, and shorts should adhere to dress code of no more than 2.5” (A dollar bills’ width) above the knee cap. Leggings and jeggings may only be worn under a mid-thigh length tunic or dress. 

Pre-K & K


White or pastel blue polo or oxford shirts

Sweaters & Sweatshirts

Solid Navy cardigan or pullover sweater or crewneck sweatshirt.
Girls only may wear white cardigan sweaters.


Navy Blue walking shorts or pants


Navy Blue Jumper
Regulation Plaid Jumper
Navy Blue Skort



White or pastel blue polo or oxford shirts

Sweaters & Sweatshirts

Solid Navy cardigan or pullover sweater or crewneck sweatshirt.
Girls only may wear white cardigan sweaters.


Navy Blue walking shorts or pants


Navy Blue Jumper
Regulation Plaid Jumper



White or pastel blue polo or oxford shirts

Sweaters & Sweatshirts

Solid Navy cardigan or pullover sweater or crewneck sweatshirt.
Girls only may wear white cardigan sweaters.


Khaki walking shorts or pants


Khaki Skirt
Regulation Plaid Skirt

*Shorts are required under all skirts and jumpers.

Summer Tutoring


What is it?

A math and reading group for incoming first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students. We will be covering fundamental reading, writing, and math skills needed for the upcoming school year.

Who is it?

Ms. Hansen will be tutoring incoming first, second, and third graders in math and reading. Ms. Thomas will be tutoring incoming fourth, fifth, and sixth graders in math and reading.

Where is it?

We will meet at the Tulsa Downtown Library.

When is it?

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00am - 11:30am starting June 4th and ending August 1st. (No tutoring the week of July 2nd).

How much is it?

$30/week for one subject ($180 for all 6 weeks) or $60/week for math and reading ($360 for all 6 weeks). Cash or checks are accepted, make payable to Monica Hansen or Karynn Thomas.


MATH 9:00am - 10:00am

RECESS 10:05am - 10:25am (students may bring a snack)

READING 10:30am - 11:30am

How to sign up

Contact Karynn Thomas ( or (918) 859-7297) or Monica Hansen ( to sign up by May 24.



Medication Policy

Per school policy, all medications must be dispensed from the office. This means that students are not allowed to keep medicine in their backpacks, lunch boxes or lockers.

All prescription and non-prescription medications must be given to the school office along with a completed Authorization for Administration of Medication form.
The only exception to this rule is for inhalers and EpiPens, which may remain with the classroom teacher or in the office (or both). However, the Authorization for Administration of Medication form must still be filled out because it is very important that the teachers and office staff have a record of where these life-saving devices can be found in case of an emergency! 
Also, please notify the school if there are objections to using the following over-the-counter treatments available for your child in the office: Neosporin, hydrocortisone cream, and cough drops. If you wish for your child to receive anything outside of these, it must be provided by the parent in original packaging and clearly marked with the appropriate dosage instructions. We do not stock any other medicine (not even Tylenol or ibuprofen). 
Please contact Saleta Videll, at or 918-582-0422 with questions.