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Curriculum

 
 Introductory  

• Prekindergarten & Kindergarten

In the Pre-Kindergarten program, teachers creatively teach readiness skills in English Language Arts and Mathematics and Islamic Studies, thus providing a solid foundation for the full curricular kindergarten program. 

In Kindergarten, children from the age of five will build on the Readiness Program begun in pre-Kindergarten and move toward the full curriculum of reading, language, mathematics, science, social studies, Islamic and Quranic studies.

Creative Art, Physical Education, naptime and various field trips also compliment the curriculum in both areas.

• Elementary: 1st - 5th Grade

The highly challenging elementary school program will include reading, English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Islamic and Quranic Studies, Visual Art, Physical Education and Arabic, Persian or Bengali. Extra-curricular activities and school field trips will be provided for all classes.

• Junior High: 6th, 7th & 8th Grade

The traditional preparatory curriculum of the junior high school includes language arts, mathematics - to include pre-Algebra; as well as Algebra l, Life and Earth Sciences, American History, Islamic and Quranic studies, Computer Literacy, Visual Art, Physical Education and Arabic, Persian or Bengali. In 8th Grade, students begin working towards high school credit through Regents courses.

• High School: 9th - 12th Grade

The Razi High School program is a challenging, rigorous college preparatory curriculum with an emphasis in mathematics and science and the addition of Islamic Studies. Students who successfully complete the program will receive a New York State Regents Diploma. 

To graduate, a student must earn a minimum of about 35 credits, excluding Physical Education. A credit is awarded to a student when he/she successfully completes the course and passes the required state exam, Regents Exam, or school exam.

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 Graduation Requirements  

Razi School offers a Regents Diploma curriculum. To graduate, a student must earn a minimum of about 35 credits, excluding Physical Education. A credit is awarded to a student when he/she successfully completes the course and passes the required State exam, Regents Exam and school exam. In addition, a student must fulfill State Board of Regents requirements.

Subject 
Advanced Regents
English

8 credits plus Regents English Exam

Science

5-6 credits plus Regents Exam for each course taken

Mathematics

4-5 credits plus Regents Exam for each course taken

Social Studies

4-5 credits plus Regents Global Studies Exam and Regents US History Exam

Religion: Islamic Studies 3 credits
Religion: Quran 2 credits
Second Language
 3 credits
Physical Education 4 years (state requirement) 2 credits
Health 1/2 credit
Electives 3-5 1/2 credits
Guidance 1 1/2 credit
Art 
1 1/2 credit
Service 30 hours per year New York

New York State Education Department
Approved Alternate Examinations

The Department of Education has approved the following list of exams as alternate examinations for the required Regents. Students must complete the required credits of course work and lab work to graduate, but they may present one or more of the following as a substitute for a Regents Exam.

Exam
Minimum Score

Comprehensive English Regents
Advanced Placement Language and Composition
3
Advanced Placement Literature and Composition
3
 
Math A or Sequential I & II
Advanced Placement Calculus AB
3
Advanced Placement Calculus BC
3
SAT II Level IC
470
SAT II Level IIC
540
 
Sequential I, II & III
SAT II Level IC
490
SAT II Level IIC
550
 
Sciences
SAT II Chemistry
540
SAT II Physics
530

Razi School Advanced Placement Program Policy

Razi School is registered with ETS and the College Board to administer Advanced Placement Exams at our school. Our school code is 336026. Advanced Placement Exams allow students to receive college credit for work completed at Razi School. The exams are scored on a scale of 1 – 5 (5 is the highest). Many colleges give credit for a 3 or higher. Students must contact the colleges that they plan to apply to and inquire about their particular Advanced Placement credit policy. 

Students who present satisfactory grades on a specified number of Advanced Placement exams (as determined by the college) may be awarded a full year’s credit and receive sophomore standing. This can shorten the time and money invested in college education.

Each year, the College Board recognizes students who have demonstrated college level achievement through Advanced Placement courses and exams. Students who receive grades of a 3 or higher on three or more exams qualify for AP Scholar Recognition. 

Advanced Placement courses at Razi School will be conducted as all other high school courses. Students will have general assignments, projects, tests, and trimester exams. The class grade will be determined the same way as other classes, 70% exam grade and 30% course work. Advanced Placement courses will earn two credits per course and the grade will be weighted 1.2 . This extra weight will be calculated in the GPA only. 

Advanced Placement exams are given in May according to the schedule set by the College Board. There is a firm deadline in which to order exams and exams must be paid for in advance. There is a penalty fee for ordering an exam, but not completing the exam. Financial assistance is available for students who qualify. 

Students who complete the Advanced Placement Exam are required to take the final exam of that course. The final grade will be compiled from the first, second and required third trimester grades.

Failing grades will remain on the transcript but are not included in the GPA provided that the course is repeated and a passing grade achieved. The passing grade will be in the GPA.

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 High School Course List  
English
101 ESL Beginning
0
102 ESL Intermediate
0
103 ESL Advanced
0
130 Regents English I
2
140 Regents English II
2
150 Regents English III
2
160 Regents English IV
2
165 Journalism
1
168 Yearbook
1
180 AP English Language and Composition
2
185 AP English Literature and Composition
2

Mathematics
200 Algebra I
1
230 Geometry 1
245 Albebra II
1  
270 Pre Calculus HON
1
280 AP Calculus AB
2
285 AP Calculus BC
2

Science
330 Regents Earth Science
1
331 Regents Earth Science Lab
0
340 Regents Biology
1
345 Regents Biology Lab
0
350 Regents Chemistry
1
355 Regents Chemistry Lab
0
360 Regents Physics 1
1
361Regents Physics Lab
0
370 AP Biology
2
375 AP General Chemistry
2
380 AP Physics B
2
365 AP Physics- C
2
385 AP Inroduction to Psychology
2

Second Language
420 Arabic I
3/4
425 Arabic II
3/4
430 Arabic III
3/4
435 Arabic IV
3/4
450 Farsi I
3/4
455 Farsi II
3/4
460 Farsi III
3/4
465 Farsi IV
3/4

Social Studies
520 Regents Global Studies I
1
530 Regents Global Studies II
1
540 Regents US History and Government
1
550 Economics HON
1
560 US Government & Politics HON
1
570 AP Gov. & Politics
2
573 AP Comparative Government & Politics
2
541 AP World  History
2
542 AP US History
2

Computer Studies  
600 Computer Applications
1/2
610 Advanced Computer Applications
1/2
620 Introductory Computer Research
1
630 journalism in Computer
1
633 Yearbook Production
1
650 AP Computer Science A
2

Art  
720 Studio in Art I 1/2
721 Studio in Art II 1/2
725 Art History 1/2

Career/College Preparation  
750 Career Discovery
1/2
751 Career Preparation
1/2
752 Internship & Field Work
2
760 College Discovery
1/2
761 College Preparation
1/2

Physical Education & Health  
800 P.E. I 0
801 P.E. II 0
802 P.E. III 0
803 P.E. IV 0
850 High School Health 1/2

Religion  

(High school transfer students can use electives to fulfill this requirement if necessary)
910 Islamic Studies I 1/2
920 Islamic Studies II 1/2
930 Islamic Studies III 1/2
932 Islamic Studies IV 1/2
945 Comparative Religion 1/2
950 Quran I 1/2
960 Quran II 1/2
970 Quran III 1/2
980 Quran IV 1/2


Razi School Course of Study for All High School Students

English Language Arts 8 credits

Students must pass the English Language Arts Regents Exam before graduation.

9th
2 credits
10th
2 credits
11th
2 credits
12th
2 credits

Science 4-credits

To allow for an in-depth study with a concentration of laboratory skills, additional time completing lab reports is required for these courses.

9th
1 credit + lab
Regents Biology
10th
1 credit + lab
Regents Chemistry
11th
1 credit + lab
Regents Physics
12th
2 credit + lab
AP Science Course

Social Studies 4 credits

9th
1 credit + lab
Regents Global Studies I
10th
1 credit + lab
Regents Global Studies II
11th
1 credit + lab
Regents American History & Government
12th
2 credit + lab
AP Government and Politics
 
2 credit + lab
AP Psychology

Mathematics 4 credits

8th 1 credit Regents Algebra I
9th
1 credit
Regents geometry
10th
1 credit
Regents Algebra II
11th
1 credit
Pre-Calculus
12th
2 credit
AP Calculus AB/ BC

Second Language 3 credits

Students will have the option to study either Persian, Arabic or Bengali. Classes will be held three periods per week.

9th
3/4 credits
10th
3/4 credits
11th
3/4 credits
12th
3/4 credits

Health 1/2 credit

This course is to be taken at some time during the four high school years.

P. E.  

To be regularly taken each year. (NY State requirement)

Islamic Studies/Elective 2 credits

Students will have two periods each week of Islamic Studies.

9th
1/2 Credits
10th
1/2 Credits
11th
1/2 Credits
12th
1/2 Credits

Qur’an/Elective 2 credits

Students will have two periods of Quran each week.

9th
1/2 Credits
10th
1/2 Credits
11th
1/2 Credits
12th
1/2 Credits

Electives 3 credits

9th
1/2 Credits
10th
1/2 Credits
11th
1 Credits
12th
2 Credits

College & Career Guidance  

9th
1/2 Credits
10th
1/2 Credits
11th
1/2 Credits
12th
1/2 Credits


• TRANSFER CREDIT

Transfer students's transcript will be given credit for comparable courses taken at previous schools and Regents Exams passed. This transcript will be independent of  Razi School transcript and at the time of college application will be sent jointly with our school's records.
All Razi School students are required to complete the high school course of study. Some students may need to take summer school courses to graduate on time. Razi School will work with every student to enable him/her to graduate on time. Students may also take summer school classes at a NY State accredited school to complete required courses. All steps will be taken to schedule students into additional courses needed and assist in arranging for private tutoring and/or summer school classes. 

Students will be permitted to sit for a Regents Exam (upon course instructor’s approval) without having formally taken the course at Razi School and receive Regents credit if a score of 85 or above is obtained.

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 LEP & ESL  

The New York State Board of Regents Policy states that LEP students are held to the same high standards and expectations as all students. Curriculum, instruction, and assessment in all classrooms serving LEP students are to be aligned with the New York State standards in the core areas.

All incoming students whose native language is other than English will be evaluated for English proficiency and if necessary, tested with the English Language Assessment Battery (LAB). The LAB assesses a student’s level of listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. According to the teacher evaluation and raw test score (number of correct items), it will be determined if a student needs ESL instruction. If ESL instruction is found to be needed, further testing by the teacher will be done to determine the level of instruction.

According to state guidelines, students must score at or below the designated scores in order to be eligible for ESL instruction:

Grade Test Level Raw Score

Grade Test Level Raw Score
K

I

47
1st I 49
2nd I 54
3rd II 73
4th II 78
5th II 80
6th III 95
7th III 101
8th III 103
9th IV 96
10th IV 99
11th IV 101
12th IV 102

In accordance to state regulations, these students will be placed in ESL, an intensive English course with the goal being to bring a student’s communicative, functional, and academic language proficiency to a level where full time enrollment in all mainstream classes is possible. In ESL, vocabulary and mathematics and science terminology will be stressed to enable a student to understand these classes faster. Students will be gradually placed in all academic classes as soon as they are ready.

ESL Progress Reports are sent to parents at the end of each trimester.
Following the requirements of the New York State Board of Regents, students will receive a minimum of the following daily English classes according to their proficiency level:

Elementary and Junior High Students
ESL English Language Arts Total
Beginning 2 0 2
Intermediate 2 0 2
Advanced 1 1 2

High School Students

ESL English Language Arts Total
Beginning 3 0 3
Intermediate 2 0 2
Advanced 1 1 2

Students will be evaluated at the beginning of the school year, and at the end of each trimester.

ESL Promotion Policy                                                                                                                                   

Razi School stands by the State’s policy that LEP students are to be held to the same standards and expectations as all students, therefore, in order for an elementary or junior high ESL student to be promoted at the end of the school year, he/she must receive passing grades in the mainstream English Language Arts and Mathematics classes and pass all state required exams. A high school student must pass all major courses: English, science, social studies, and math according to New York State Board of Regents requirements.

Students who do not meet the course standards may take Summer School classes at an accredited summer school to make up the failed grade.

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 Student Assessment  

The testing program of Razi School is as rigorous and challenging as its curriculum. The program consists of measuring and appraising the academic achievement, attitude and behavior of all students and providing the necessary intervention and remediation. 

Razi School aims to have its students succeed in all areas, that is why we believe it is important to test and re-test the students to determine their strengths and weaknesses and to continually improve the quality of learning of the school.

Students will regularly receive quizzes and trimester exams. The trimester exams are of extreme importance. They are of cumulative nature and cover all material taught in class up to the date of the test.

Standardized Tests

Standardized tests are administered school-wide. Currently the Stanford Achievement Test 9th Edition is administered to kindergarten through eleventh grade students. This allows teachers to monitor student progress annually in comparison to other US students.

Regents Exams

Razi School administers all New York state mandated exams. Regents Exams are administered to high school students upon the completion of various courses. A score of 65% or higher must be achieved on all Regents Exams for credit to be given in that subject. Students who score below 65% have the opportunity to retake the exam at the next administration date.

Students who pass a Regents Exam but are not satisfied with the score may take the exam a second time only. Each exam score will be recorded on the student’s transcript, but only the highest score will be included in the student’s grade point average (GPA).

College Board Tests

High School students are provided guidance and encouragement to take the PSAT, SAT, ACT, Advanced Placement (AP) and other tests according to the requirements specified in college applications across the United States. Razi School provides preparation programs to help prepare students for these tests.

Grading System

Students in Pre-kindergarten will be evaluated in light of their own individual performance levels:

E = Excellent V = Very Good G = Good
S = Satisfactory N = Needs Improvement U = Failing

Students in grades Kindergarten through 3rd will receive the following grades:

E = Excellent, 5 V = Very Good, 4 G = Good, 3
S = Satisfactory , 2 N = Needs Improvement, 1 U = Unsatisfactory, 0

Students in 4th through 12th grade will receive the following grades:

A+ = 96-100, 4.5 A = 90-95, 4.0 B+ = 85-89, 3.5
B = 80-84, 3.0 C+ = 75-79, 2.5 C = 70-74, 2
D = 65-69, 1 F = 0-64, 0  

 


High School Grade Point Average (GPA)

A cumulative or career grade point average (GPA) is maintained for all high school students. The final grade each high school student receives is called a quality point. All final grades are added together to form career quality points. Each course a student studies has a weight or value. Advanced placement (AP) courses will have a weight of 1.12, required courses have a weight of 1, and physical education and ESL courses have a weight of 0. A student’s career GPA is calculated by dividing their career quality points by their career weight. 

Razi School does not officially rank its students.


All failing grades remain on a student’s transcript, but are not included in the GPA provided that the student repeats and passes the exam. The passing grade is entered on the transcript and included in the GPA. For exams repeated to raise one’s score, only the higher score is included in the GPA and credit is given only once. A student may only retake exams passed the previous school year, none earlier.

Progress Reports

Informal student progress reports are sent to parents in the sixth week of the first trimester. These reports identify students' strengths and weaknesses. Progress reports are sent to parents during the second trimester as needed.

Formal written reports, know as “report cards” are sent to parents following the end of each term. The purpose of the report is to summarize student performance and indicate the students' strengths and weaknesses. The report is based on teacher assessment of student performance.

ESL students will receive a narrative report of their progress each term.

A conference will be scheduled for parents of students who are not meeting the standards and curriculum requirements of the school. 

Probation

A student who, for academic reasons, is not progressing within the standards and expectations of Razi School may be placed on probation or demoted for a specified duration. If the terms of the probation are met, the student will be reinstated at school conditionally at the expiration of the term. When the terms of probation are not met, the student may be asked to leave the school.

Promotion & Retention

Promotions will be based upon a student's final grades. The final grades are determined by averaging the trimester grades for each main subject. 

For high school students, Regents exam scores are considered as the final grade.

No student will be promoted if he/she receives a failing final grade of U (unsatisfactory) for students in Kindergarten through 3rd grade, less than 60% in any subject for students in 4th through 6th grade, or less than 65% in any subject for students in seventh and up. Students receiving a failing grade in one or two subjects will be permitted to retake their final exam/s at the beginning of the next school year. A passing grade must be achieved on all retake exams to be promoted to the next grade level. If not, the grade must be repeated.

ANY STUDENT WHO RECEIVES A FAILING FINAL GRADE IN THREE OR MORE SUBJECTS WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE RETAINED AND THE GRADE LEVEL MUST BE REPEATED THE NEXT SCHOOL YEAR. THE ONLY EXCEPTION TO THIS IS IF THE THIRD FAILING GRADE IS IN A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. ONLY THEN WILL A STUDENT BE PERMITTED TO RETAKE ALL THREE EXAMS IN ORDER TO BE PROMOTED. A PASSING GRADE MUST BE RECEIVED ON ALL RETAKE EXAMS.

If a student is retained for two consecutive years, he/she will be discharged from the school, but may reapply for admission after one school year has passed.

No student will be promoted if he/she has not met the minimum attendance requirements.

During the school year, if any student is having difficulty, a meeting must be held with the student and his/her parents so that the school can advise them of ways in which the parents can help to prevent the child from being retained.

Graduation & Awards

The Graduation and Award Ceremonies are held at the end of each school year. All students who received passing final grades will be officially promoted to the next grade. Kindergarten, 8th grade and 12th grade students will have a special Graduation Ceremony.

Golden and Silver Honor Roll Certificates will be awarded at the Graduation Ceremony. Any student whose grades average to 5.0 and all grades are E for kindergarten through 3rd Grade and average of 96% - 100% and all grades 96 and up for 4th Grade through 12th Grade will receive a Golden Honor Roll Certificate. Any student whose final grades average is 4.5 or higher and all grades are V and E for kindergarten through 3rd Grade and grades average of 90% - 95% with all grades 90 and up for 4th Grade through 12th Grade will receive a Silver Honor Roll Certificate.

The top two students in the 8th and 12th grade with the highest accumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) will be honored as the class Valedictorian and Salutatorian.

STUDENT SERVICES

Congregational Prayer
Students in first grade and up are required to participate in congregational prayer every day. On Friday, students in third grade and up join the community for the Salat-ul-Jumah.

Teacher Advisors
Students in 4th Grade and up are assigned a Teacher Advisor. The Teacher Advisor follows the progress of each student and offers assistance and help whenever needed. The homeroom teacher is the key person in monitoring the students’ academic, emotional, and social progress, and in communicating with parents.

Parents are encouraged to share with Teacher Advisors whatever information they think will help their children.

• Library
Use of the school library is encouraged for formal study and research, browsing and borrowing. All elementary students have a library period scheduled weekly. The library is open at various times for students of all grade levels to use. Students are expected to follow library rules at all times or their library privilege will be taken away.

Computer Lab
Students interested in using the Computer Lab or the computers in the liberary outside of class time should make arrangements with the Computer Teacher. Before any student will be allowed to use the computers. Both the student and parent must sign the Acceptable User Consent. Any violation in the use of the computers will be considered an offense.

Meals
Razi School provides students with breakfast and lunch daily through the National School Breakfast and Lunch Program. The cost of the meals depends upon the income of your family. If you feel that you are eligible for free or reduced price meals, you must complete the Meal Application Form and return it to the school office with all the required documentation. The daily full price breakfast is $2.00 and lunch is $2.50. Reduced price breakfast is 25¢ and lunch is 25¢ daily. Meals are to be paid for three times each year in addition to your tuition payments.
The meal program is optional for all students. Students may bring their own lunches from home, but we do not have facilities to store student lunches in a refrigerator or warm them in an oven. Students are not allowed to bring glass containers to school as this can create a safety hazard. Razi School is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

STUDENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO LEAVE SCHOOL GROUNDS DURING LUNCHTIME.

Lockers
Students in 4th grade and up are assigned a locker for the year. Every student is required to provide a lock for the locker. All locker changes must be authorized. No student is to occupy more than one locker. Students will be expected to pay for the cost of any willful damage to their lockers. Usually, students will be asked to empty their lockers before Winter, Spring, and Summer breaks for cleaning. 
Lockers, like desks and other furnishing, are property of Razi School. School authorities reserve the right to search them at any time.

ID Cards
Students are issued a photo ID card each year. Students are responsible for carrying their ID cards at all times and showing their cards upon request. Lost cards are to be reported to the school office. Students need this ID card in order to receive their books and to return the books. Lost card will be replaced at $10 cost to the student.

Telephone and Messages
In an emergency, students may request to use the school office telephone.
Students will not be called at any time to answer telephone calls. Parents may leave a message with the school secretary. 

 Lost and Found
Students are responsible for their books and belongings. The school office maintains a lost and found box. During Parent Conferences, the items will be on display for parents to identify and retrieve. All unclaimed items will be donated to charity at the end of the school year.

Co-Curricular Programs
At Razi School, students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of co-curricular activities. Team sports, school clubs and organizations, holiday programs and activities, field trips, graduation and award programs and other ceremonies and programs are considered co-curricular activities for which students must meet the requirements to participate. Club offerings include: Student Council, National Honor Society, Debate Teams, Team Sports, Yearbook, Newspaper, Math and Science Clubs, and Drama Club. Participation in these activities is a student privilege, not a student right.

• Destination: College Program
The objective of this program is to give each student the information and guidance needed to make intelligent college and career choices. The program will also assist students and their families in the task of applying to colleges, requesting financial aid and applying for scholarships. The Destination: College Program will consist of Career and College Discovery and Preparation through student and parent workshops, guest speakers, college and workplace visits, career fairs, college fairs, and PSAT, SAT and AP preparation classes.

TRANSPORTATION

• Provided by Razi School

Transportation is provided for students at a minimal fee. If there is a delay in the payment of the fees, transportation may be discontinued until the fees are paid up-to-date. For the safety of those students who are using Razi School transportation, rules have been set. General school rules will also apply to the bus. 

1. Be at your bus stop a few minutes prior to the scheduled time. The bus will not wait.
2. Your bus driver will assign a seat to you.
3. Obey the bus driver and sit only in your designated seat.
4. Walk as you get on and off the bus and do not push other students.
5. Take your seat immediately upon entering the bus and fasten the seat belt.
6. Keep the bus clean.
7. Stay in your seat and do not stand.
8. No bad language, misbehavior or joking in the bus.
9. You and your parents are responsible for any damage done to the bus by you.
10. You are allowed on the bus only if you wear the school uniform.
11. Limit to requirements as to what you carry to your school
12. The bus driver will report any wrongdoing to the school administration immediately.

The following procedure will be followed should any student break these rules:

  • First Offense Warning to parents
  • Second Offense No bus service for three days
  • Third Offense No bus service for one week
  • Fourth Offense Bus service canceled

Razi School reserves the right to discontinue transportation service to any student who exhibits severe or repetitive disruptive behavior on the bus.

•Provided by NYC Board of Education

Metro Cards
Razi School is authorized to issue Metro Cards to eligible students to be used for school transportation. Interested students should apply at the school office.

Yellow School Bus
Students in Kindergarten through 6th grade may be eligible for school bus service if they live within one to five miles from the school. Interested parents should apply at the school office. Before applying, parents should be aware that the bus may be shared with students from other schools, pick-up points are established, and students will be dropped off only at the scheduled stop. 

TEXTBOOKS AND SUPPLIES

Students are required to bring basic writing material and required school supplies. Teachers usually send home a list of supplies needed during the first week of school.
Razi School requires that all Kindergarten through 8th grade students pay a yearly book fee. This is not for the complete purchase of the books; it is only a partial payment to ease the expenses of the school. Issued textbooks should be covered with book covers and properly maintained. Students are fully responsible for all textbooks, workbooks and other supplies issued to them by the school. 

High School students from 9th through 12th grade pay a higher fee for books enabling them to keep some textbooks. This makes it possible for teachers to use the newest curriculum material available. The students will also build a personal academic library which can be used for future references.

If a student loses or damages any school material such as textbooks, workbooks, library books, equipment, etc., the parents are fully responsible for replacement/repair. The school will bill the parent for the replacement/repair of the item and any shipping costs that may occur. In the event that a parent fails to pay for the replacement/repair, the school will not give the student his report card, and not transfer any records of the student in the event of a school transfer until all balances on the student's record have been paid in full.

FIELD TRIPS
Students are invited to attend various educational field trips throughout the school year. Permission slips are sent home with each child when plans for field trips are made. Parents must sign and return these slips promptly. Students will not be allowed to attend the field trip without permission slips signed by parents. When applicable, there will be a fee for transportation and/or admission.
Parents are often needed to assist in chaperoning the students during trips. If you are available, kindly notify your child’s teacher. As a rule, parents with infants or toddlers are not permitted to chaperone students.


TUITION AND FEES

It is not among the objectives of Razi School to achieve financial gain. Nevertheless since there are substantial costs involved in operating the school we must require each student to pay tuition and certain fees. This covers only a portion of the actual cost of each student.

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