Learn more about MCS policies in our student-parent handbook, which will be available online soon.
Scrip Order form
Shop with Scrip each time you go on your weekly grocery trip, or anytime you shop! This program allows you to buy and redeem gift certificates at various local and national retailers, restaurants and travel, and a percentage is returned to the school.
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Gift cards to Hy-Vee, Target, Land's End, and Wal-Mart are always available in the office. Monthly Scrip orders are processed on the second Tuesday. A full list of retailers participating is available online, SCRIP Order Form updated 07-27-16.pdf so you can start shopping to support MCS!
If you shop frequently at Dillons, link your card through Dillons Community Rewards for MCS to receive a percentage of every purchase.
Council of Education
The Council of Education is an organization comprised of members from Seven Dolors and St. Thomas More Parishes. This advisory council aids the two pastors and the MCS principal in setting policy and procedures for the school. The council leads various committees that helps the principal maintain the mission and vision of Manhattan Catholic Schools. Committees add expertise in finance, law, marketing, development, and education. Their insights help develop long-range plans for capital improvements and sustainability of the future of Manhattan Catholic Schools.
The Council of Education typically meets on the 4th Tuesday of every month starting at 7 p.m. in the music room. Check the school calendar for specific dates. Meetings are open to the public to observe.
Council of Education Members
Jeremy Platt, President
Lori Harlan, Secretary
Heidi Taphorn, Education Committee
Lori Dodge, Finance Committee
Julie Keenan, Vice-President
Jake Wassenberg, Long-range Planning
Pat McCoy, Maintenance