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About Better Communications, Web Photos And Dress Code

About Better Communications, Web Photos and Dress Code

Our first days of school have been terrific. We’re building on our community’s heritage of fine Catholic education, and we – the staff, students and teachers – are  endeavoring to give our students the very best foundation possible.

We’re making some improvements this year, including the way we share information with you. We’re working to make our web site more informative, and we’re planning to take professional photos at all three campuses so the illustrations on our web site reflect current dress code.

Please rest assured that we will not post photographs of students on the web or in any publication, unless we have parent permission through a signed photo release form.

We want to remind everyone of our dress code at Divine Mercy. A very significant aspect of Catholic education involves teaching kids to get to know one another based on who they are, not just who has the trendiest clothes, or the flashiest style. This helps to instill a sense of discipline and respect – which leads to students being more respectful to one another, to parents, faculty, and staff – to everyone.

We are asking parents and guardians to please take a moment to review our full dress code for a refresher on what’s permissible. It’s posted here on our web site at:

If anyone has questions, please don’t hesitate to call.

With sincere appreciation,

Signature Thomas Smith Principal





Thomas Smith

Divine Mercy Academy students demo some dress code outfits

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