What Classes do you offer?
Immaculate Conception School offers classes for preschool through eighth grade. There are double classes at each level with para professionals in the primary grades PS-3. Spanish, PE, Art, Music, Band, and Technology classes are offered.
How many students attend Immaculate Conception School?
I.C. serves over 500 students in grades preschool - 8. Preschool classes are half-day sessions.
Does Immaculate Conception have a uniform policy?
How much is tuition?
Visit the Central Office website to view current tuition rates
What are your school hours?
Classes Begin at 8:15 a.m. and dismiss at 3:15 p.m.
School Office Hours - 8:00 - 3:45
Building Open - 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Early Dismissal Days
School dismisses at noon on the first Friday of each month for grades Preschool-8th grade.
Does IC have an after-school program?
We offer afternoon Daycare from 11:15 - 3:15 for morning preschool students. We offer an Extended Care Program from 3:15 to 6:30 for students in Preschool and Kindergarten. Please visit the Central Office website to view current tuition rates and daycare fees.
In addition, the Springfield Family YMCA offers an on-site Primetime program for all students 5 years of age or older for IC students from 3:15 to 6:00. For complete information, including the costs regarding this program, please contact the Springfield Family YMCA Primetime program at 417-862-7456.
Do you serve hot lunches?
Hot lunches are offered daily or students may bring lunch. The hot lunch program is part of the Federal School Lunch Program. Families may apply for free or reduced rate lunch. Menus are published monthly.
Does Immaculate Conception School have computers?
Yes. In accordance with the SCS Technology Plan, we have a Technology Center for whole class instruction, we have shared iPad carts for each grade-level K-2, we have shared Chromebook carts for each grade-level 3-6, we have Chromebooks for each student in grades 7-8, and each teacher has a computer in the classroom.
Is Religion taught every day?
Religion is considered a core subject at Immaculate Conception School, therefore, it is taught daily and integrated into all areas of curriculum. Students in grades 1-8 attend Mass twice a week and numerous prayer services occur during the liturgical year.