Parent Partnership & Involvement
MOQ is proud to have, and grateful for, a community of engaged parents and families. This is the cornerstone of our success. There are many ways to be involved and active within our school. We continue to be a thriving school because of the dedication we receive from you. We are committed to work in partnership with parents to engage students, develop in faith, knowledge, service, and community. There are many easy ways for parents to get involved at MOQ. We need your talents in both big and little ways. Volunteering at MOQ is an expression of commitment to your children, your school, and your faith. When a parent donates time at school, our children see the image of an adult humbly serving others.
Looking to Volunteer?
Looking to volunteer at MOQ? We encourage your participation – in whatever way you can! Please see the MOQ Home & School Association for volunteer opportunities or inquire by phoning our school office at 402-333-8663. We follow the Omaha Archdiocese Safe Environment process for all of our volunteers. Safe Environment TrainingWays to Support & Volunteer at MOQ
Downloads, Forms and Links for MOQ Families
Discipline with Purpose Mary Our Queen School’s goal is to lead children to SELF-DISCIPLINE. We believe that a student can be taught self-discipline skills as a part of the total school curriculum. Our school-wide self discipline program, Discipline With A Purpose (DWP), is a developmental approach to teaching 15 skills to foster respect and responsibility. Every year these essential 15 skills are taught, modeled and infused into every part of a student’s day. Collaboration with the parents through this process is essential for the child’s growth. DWP is a positive approach to discipline based on the developmental level of the student. The two goals of discipline, according to the DWP philosophy, are to maintain safety and order within the community, and to identify, teach, and practice the skills necessary to be self-disciplined. With this in mind, discipline is not punishment, but rather an opportunity to teach a skill that is not yet developed. We expect students to conduct themselves in a manner that is becoming of a Catholic student and exhibit self-disciplined behavior at all times, on or off campus, in conformity with the norms of our school handbook. The principal is the final recourse in all disciplinary situations. All people, regardless of age, deserve to be treated fairly and with respect. All behaviors and actions, both positive and negative, need to be acknowledged. Positive behaviors and actions deserve acknowledgement and praise. Negative behaviors and actions need to be addressed with a consequence so the behavior is corrected.
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