www.standrewcs.org is optimized for tablets and smart phones.
Now you can view the St. Andrew Catholic School website on you mobile device!
Since it is hurricane season, please familiarize yourselves with our bad weather policy.
Use this link to view the document.
Students can participate in a Bishop Verot Cheer Camp and join in a Varsity Football Game Halftime Event!
Click the link to the right to learn more.
Use this link above to view the handbook. Signed copies of the final page must be dropped off at the office.
Come enjoy a fine country BBQ with all the fixings. Music provided by the Knights of Columbus DJ so line dance your way to a good cause.
Click the clink to the right for more information.
Bad Weather Policy
Little Bit of Spirit
Country DInner Social
Located in Cape Coral, St. Andrew Catholic School's philosophy has been in "Building Faith, Hearts and Minds." Since 1990 we have provided curriculum and spiritual foundations for our pre-kindergarten through 8th grade students.
We welcome our new Parish Administrator Reverend Gordon Zanetti. We look forward to his guidance as we get ready for our 2015-16 school year.
Our curriculum not only focuses on the mind and spirit, St. Andrew nurtures our students' well being through physical education classes to our school's soccer, volleyball and basketball teams.
Our students have the opportunity to attend a safe school. Students are never without supervision. Full background checks and Safe Environment Training is required of all volunteers. We must always protect these precious blessings God has given us.
The foundation of all that we do is based in Catholic faith, allowing our students to grow in ways not attainable through other options.
Activities are encouraged throughout the school year for our students and parents or guardians. Here our kindergarten classes perform a song for our annual Doughnuts with Dad in October. Muffins with Mom is another annual event around Mother's Day.
Our annual Festival provides four days of family fun with carnival rides and games, a student talent show and many more events. With the help of staff and volunteers the festival's proceeds benefit St. Andrew's school.
Phone: (239) 772-3922
Fax: (239) 772-7182
Our well-maintained campus is a truly refreshing environment that allows our students to thrive.
Our students regularly attend St. Andrew Catholic Church for Mass and special services
Click the thumbnails to view the larger images
Our facilities include:
Located near Veterans Memorial Parkway on Del Prado Boulevard in Cape Coral, our two-story facility has easy access, wide hallways and state of the art classrooms.
Our covered pavilion provides a sun-protected area for recess, school events and sports games.
A sports field also provides a spacious area for our physical education classes and soccer teams.
Tours are available for all prospective parents and families. We invite you to schedule an appointment, call us at (239) 772-3922.
We believe that each child, created by God, is both alike and unique from every other human being.
This individuality is respected and recognized as an influence on each child’s learning style.
Read Dr. Hughes' Principally Speaking
Middle School Math
Click to email
Scroll through the teacher profiles using these dots >>>
Welcome to the Hot Lunch Program for the 2015-2-16 school year. Our goal is to provide nutritious and affordable lunches daily. If you child is not purchasing a school lunch, he/she must bring a lunch from home.
Soda and candy are not permitted at lunch time. Please do not bring any fast food lunches in for you child during lunch.
Janice HoweFood Service ManagerClick to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hot lunch service begins on Tuesday, August 11
Monthly menus are posted here and plusportals.
Noon Dismissal Days:
No hot lunch service. Please remember to pack a lunch from home if your child is staying in Extended Care on these days. Our kitchen is closed for these days.
2015-2016 Pricing for Lunch:
Money is paid into student accounts in advance for use as needed. Please post your child or children's first and last names on your remittance.
One check is sufficient for a family.
Please do not ask your child to charge a lunch. It is a good practice to have a little extra money in their accounts in case his/her lunch is forgotten. Charge slops are hand-delivered to the classroom every Tuesday for balances that fall below $6.00.
You can also submit payments at www.payforit.net. You will have an eight-digit number for depositing in their accounts. You can contact Jan Howe in the cafeteria for this number.
No balance in account:
One the first day a charge will be allowed. The second day a minimal lunch is served. This meal consists of a peanut butter and jelly or a cheese sandwich plus all the other components of the meal that day are served at no charge.
Payment is expected for the following day for the charged lunch.
Money is withdrawn only for school lunches or ala-carte items. Money cannot be withdrawn unless a student is withdrawing from school and a parent/guardian requests a refund.
Our lunch program is run by a staff of two. We depend heavily on volunteers to help serve our children in various areas of the hot lunhc line.
We must have volunteer help in the kitchen from 11:15 to 1:15 daily. Volunteers must have full Diocesan volunteer clearance.
These hours count towards your required service hours. Please contact Jan Howe, email@example.com, to volunteer or return the "KItchen Volunteer" flyer in the family packet.