St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Elementary School
148 Belmont Street  ~  Manchester, NH 03103  ~  603-622-0414
Parent Information

Scrip   ~   FACTS   ~   Handbook/Bullying Policy  ~   Bus   ~   Supplies   ~
  Uniforms  ~ Common Core ~ ASP ~ Asbestos Management

Registration - all forms and information
New Student enrollment - online

Call 622-0414 or use our

Online Inquiry Form
for more information or to set up a tour!

FACTS -online tuition management program
Enroll/manage your payment plan with FACTS online: Account Set Up & Management

To sign into an existing FACTS account, clickon the “Sign in to Manage your FACTS Account” button.

Customer Support:
FACTS Management Company is there to help answer your questions.

Phone (toll free): 866-412-4637
Monday - Thursday 7:30 am - 7:00 pm (CST)
Friday 7:30 am - 5:00 pm (CST)

Grant & Aid Online Application
Applications for 2018-2019 school open Feb. 1, 2018.
Deadline for all applications: April 20, 2018

Student School Supplies (pdf)
View & download the 2017-2018 list of
supplies your child will need.

Scrip is a habit that PAYS YOU!
When you use Scrip gift cards you ensure that a portion of your spending
will be applied towards your child's tuition.

  Scrip Program Information
Please fill out an enrollment form for the 2016-2017 school year as well as an order form if you wish to place an order.  Orders will be placed every Thursday by 11:00 during the school year.

To help us out in processing scrip orders, please be sure to put your order in an envelope with your child’s name and SCRIP written on the envelope.  Scrip payments should be kept separate so that we can get them placed quickly on Thursday mornings. 
Current Order Form


Parent/Student Handbook

updated August, 2017

Diocesan Schools Bullying Policy

Circles of Care
Diocese of Manchester Child Safety Curriculum

MTA Bus Information

NOTE:  If you registered after June, 2017 you will not be eligible for bus service until mid-September.

Bus routes -   Manchester School District website

2016-17 Private School Bus Schedule
Route information will be available in August.

Uniform & Dress Code

Go directly to our school's
Lands' End Web Store

Download How to Order pdf

School ID# 900184995

After School Program (ASP) 
The Common Core Standards

The Diocese of Manchester will not formally adopt nor require its schools to develop their curriculum solely on the basis of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).  Our principals and teachers, however, are expected to be cognizant of all such standards and their impact, especially for two reasons:
1) the content of many textbooks now takes the CCSS into account and 2) many students in our grammar
schools go on to public high schools and we have an obligation to make sure they are prepared for
that transition.

  For more please refer to this statement from the Diocese of Manchester, Office of Catholic Schools.

Our principals and teachers are intent on providing the best education they can for our students and thus
they draw on a variety of resources and programs in order to fashion a curriculum that best serves our
students in the context of our schools and their mission in the Catholic Church.


On October 22, 1986, President Reagan signed into law the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Act (AHERA,
Public Law 99-519). The law required EPA to develop regulations, which provide a comprehensive
framework for addressing asbestos problems in public and private elementary and secondary schools.
On October 30, 1987, EPA published the Asbestos Containing Materials in School Rules (40 CFR Part
763 Subpart E). This rule requires all public and private schools to inspect the friable and non-friable
asbestos, developing asbestos management plans that address asbestos hazards in school buildings and
implement response actions in a timely fashion.

In accordance with the above rule, we are officially notifying you that the inspection of our school by an
accredited inspector takes place on a regular basis, and an accredited Management Inspector has
developed a management plan. This plan is available for public inspection during school hours in the
office of the principal as well as at the Diocesan School Department. The school is complying fully with
the requirements of the above-cited rule. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to
contact the principal.

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