Before School Care Start Time 7:15am School Arrival Bell 7:35am School Start/Tardy Bell 7:40am School End Time (Bus Students) 2:25pm School End Time (Car Students) 2:30pm After School Care End Time 5:30pm
Busing is available to our JrK - 6th grade students, and is provided by the Cadillac Area Public Schools. You can access the bus schedule by clicking the following vikingnet.org on-line link: School Bus Routes for 2017-2018 School Year If you have a question about busing, call the District Transportation Director at 231.876.5050.
Before/After School Care
St. Ann School offers enrichment child care to Preschool through 6th grade students. The program operates as follows: Preschool: 7:20 - 8:55am -- $3/day JrK - 7th: 7:20-7:40am -- $2/morning Pre - 7th: 2:25 - 5:30pm -- $25/week or $6/day Early pick-up: 4:00pm -- $3
A 24-hour advance notice must be given if your child is staying in the after school program. Our ASC staff is comprised of caring adults, and each of them offers unique talents and interests to share with the children. Some of the daily activities include: Hand Washing and Snack Outdoor and/or Gross Motor Activities Indoor Games Arts and Crafts Homework Time and Assistance as needed Computer Time
Fifth and sixth grade students have an option of signing up for Band or General Music classes which are offered through a shared-time program with Manton Consolidated Schools.
Marshall Music tests all 4th grade students in the Spring and contacts parents with the results. If the student needs an instrument, Marshall Music will assist them in choosing the best instrument.
St. Ann School provides a hot lunch every day for those who wish to take it. Lunches served are nutritious and filling; therefore, each student is expected to try everything and not waste food. Children always have a choice of the main entrée or a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
The Hot Lunch Program uses a pre-pay lunch system. Free/Reduced Lunch applications are available in the school office. All information is strictly confidential. Our process is set up in such a way that no students, including the recipient, know who receives free or reduced lunch.