Sunday School Board Announcements
Assalamu alaikum AbulQasim Islamic School parents.
Alhamdulillah, we have had a great fall semester with your kids and look forward to our continued success this next semester which starts January 10th inshallah. Please find attached updated School Handbook with detailed class times and spring calendar. If your child is already registered, you do not need to register them again. Please note on page #3 updated details on the spring tuition and due date.
If you have any questions please let me know.
ISST Secretary of Education
Student Code of Conduct
The students are required to be well mannered and disciplined.
Fighting, shouting, skipping classes, disturbing class or teachers, or disobeying the school officials will lead
to Warning and eventual dismissal (expulsion) from the school.
Throwing objects, use of foul language in the school will result in suspension from school. If repeated, it
will result in dismissal from school.
Marking on the Masjid/school property will not be tolerated. The individual will who chooses to do so will
be required to make full restitution and repair for the damages. If repeated, the individual will be
suspended then dismissed from the school.
Students are required to clean up after themselves, and to dispose of all waste properly.
All students are responsible for taking their entire belongings and materials home with them. The school is
not responsible for any belongings that are missing including textbooks.
All students are required to do all their homework and assignments and to actively participate in school
activities. Failure to do so will disrupt the progress of class.
All students are required to obey the rules and guidelines of the school.
Phone use is not allowed during class. If a student is seen using a phone, it will be taken away from them
until the end of the day. A $5 fee will be charged for all repeat offenses.
Students should dress appropriately and neatly for school
Girls are strongly encouraged to wear Hijab at all times.
Students must not wear tight or transparent clothing.
Girls are strongly encouraged to wear loose long shirts.
Caps and hats are not allowed.
Any clothing materials displaying inappropriate images or language are not allowed.
If the dress code is not followed, students will be given a warning. If students repeat the offense
parents will be contacted to pick up their child(ren).
Online learning: Students are required to adhere to the Code of Conduct during all online learning
sessions. Students may be required by their teachers to turn on their cameras in order to have better
engagement during class.
General Responsibilities and Friendly Reminders:
Involvement of parents in their children’s education is the best contribution that can ensure the success of the school and its educational agenda. Parent volunteering is a must. Volunteers are expected to help in and out of classrooms especially for the kindergarten class.
Commitment to the school will ensure that we foster an Islamic atmosphere where our children can learn about Islam in the best way possible.
Students and their parents are to be emphatically reminded about the importance of regular attendance. Few hours each week are not enough to teach Islamic education. It is in the interest of our young generation that they should not miss a single school day. It is the parent’s responsibility to teach their kids
any materials they missed.
Noise in the hallway of the Masjid disturbs classrooms and distracts both teachers and students alike.
Please make sure you help maintain a quiet educational environment.
Please encourage your children to use Islamic greetings and language such as “Assalamu Alaikum”,
Islamic Studies Online Sunday Schedule (45 minutes):
School and Classroom Rules:
Level 1 – 10:00am to 10:45am
Level 2 – 10:00am to 10:45am
Level 3 – 10:45am to 11:30am
Quran Recitation and Tafseer Sunday Schedule (1.5 hours):
See school Calendar Below
**Students will be assessed by School Staff to determine appropriate level.
Parents’ involvement in the school should not reach the level of interfering with the teachers. Any
feedback about how classes are run should be shared with the teacher in private or with the school
Books are leased and should be returned at the end of the year.
Parents are responsible for leasing the books at the beginning of the school year. Islamic Studies books will cost $30 each. This fee will be returned to the parents at the end of the year once the books are returned to the school.
If anyone fails to return the books, refunds will not be issued.
A parent-teacher conference will be held upon teacher or parent request to discuss student progress and
Students are required to make up for any homework they miss due to absence.
It is the responsibility of the parents to contact teachers or other students for missed assignments.
For the sake of a healthy Islamic and educational environment, misconduct and/or inappropriate behavior
of students will result in a discipline act per the discretion of the teacher.
This may include timeout, extra activity, extra homework, parent meeting, demotion to lower
levels, and/or expelling from school.
Chewing gum and listening to headphones during classes are considered misconduct.
Cell phones (stay in the office), video games, food items (stay in the kitchen), and toys, radios, or non-
related books are not allowed in the classrooms.
School fees are due in the first month of the semester and may be paid online at masjidabulqasim.net :
Tuition payment and Registration:
Please be sure to select “School” from the pull-down menu
In the notes section indicate payment is for the School Tuition
Fall Semester (October, November December) – $155, due October 15th
Spring Semester (January, February, March, April, May) –$205, due Janyary 22nd
Private Arabic Class –$125 per Semester
Helping our kids learn their religion is our first and utmost priority. If, for any reason, a student cannot
afford school fees, please bring this to attention of the executive committee as the student may qualify for
a full scholarship.
For Registration please complete the form at this link (if already registered for Fall Semester No Need to
Acknowledgment & Indemnification
It is the duty of the parent(s) or guardian(s) to care for their children and to help and assist the Abul Qasim Islamic School for caring of the students during the school time. And in the exercise of caring for the students during the school time while on the school premises, the Abul Qasim Islamic school staff and officials shall be indemnified by the parent(s) and/ or guardians from any liability or harm whatsoever if the student gets injured or hurt during their time at Abul Qasim Islamic School premises.
t is understood that such harm or injury to the student is not caused by any intentional act(s) of any Abul Qasim School officials or ISST School Administers/teachers. The ISST and its school officials shall act within their personal abilities to care for the students while the students are at the school building premises. However, if something happens to the student(s) which beyond their control or not in the school premises, then the parent(s) or guardian(s) shall indemnify and hold the ISST and ISST School officials/teachers harmless from and against all such liabilities.
In case of an emergency, if the parents don’t respond to Abul Qasim Islamic school within a reasonable time limit, the teachers will use their judgment to call 911 and have the child transported to the nearest health care facility for observation and care.
If a security hazard arises, all Masjid doors will be locked and students will not be allowed to leave the building. If student fails to cooperate with school officials and leaves the building, they are no longer under the responsibility of the school.
I acknowledge that I have read and understand the AbulQasim Islamic School rules, regulations, and code of conduct, and will abide by them. Further, I consent to the indemnification clauses.