John Hancock Charter School

July 27, 2021

Looking forward to Tuesday, Aug. 17th.

First Day of School details:

  • 1st-8th grade begin on Aug. 17
  • Kindergarten begins on Aug. 23rd
  • Uniforms are required for all students
  • Drop off between 8:15 - 8:25 am
  • Class starts at 8:30 am
  • Early Dismissal - 12:30 pm on the 17th
  • School released at 3pm on the 18th & 19th
  • School released at 2pm on the 20th
  • Send lunch with students beginning Aug. 18th
  • Send snack daily
  • Send water bottle daily
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Red Brick Building is Open for Uniform Exchange

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Rock Garden for Back To School Night

We would like to make a rock garden in our planter box. If possible, have your child(ren) paint a rock and bring it to Back to School Night for our JHCS rock garden.

It will be fun to see all the unique rocks.

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Uniform Policy


White button-up dress shirt with a collar

Navy blue pants or shorts for boys. Girls may wear navy blue pants or shorts, or navy blue or school-approved plaid (Marymount) skirts or jumpers.

Tuesday - Friday

Red, White, or Navy Blue polo shirts (long or short-sleeved) and turtlenecks. Navy blue, white, or red cardigans, v-neck sweaters, and sweater vests are allowed but must be worn over a collared shirt. No hooded or zip sweaters or sweatshirts can be worn in the classroom. Sweaters and vests with a sewn-in, collared white shirt are allowed. School t-shirts are allowed on Fridays (can be purchased from the PTO at the beginning of the school year). All shirts must be tucked in.

Navy blue or uniform khaki (not the lighter stone color) shorts or pants (no cargo pockets). Girls can wear skirts and jumpers in navy blue, khaki, or the Marymount plaid or polo dresses in red or navy blue.

Follow the Drop Off & Pick Up Procedures

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John Hancock Charter School

At John Hancock Charter School, our primary goal is to instill the love of learning and to prepare students to be responsible citizens and productive members of the community. We provide students a challenging curriculum in the cultural and fine arts, social sciences, and natural sciences. We believe that all children deserve to have their hearts, minds, and souls inspired through the enlightenment of education in a safe and nurturing learning environment.

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