Welcome to My StG, the section of our website designed especially for our current parents, faculty and students. Clicking the top button to the left will direct you to your family's Alma account. The second button is for Faculty and Staff only.
If you need to make a one-time payment to the Business Office, please use the third button to the left.
For additional information about the calendar, uniforms and the school lunch program, please see below.
- Calendar Overview and the St. George's Google Calendar
- Adding the St. George's Calendar to your Google Account
Though the St. George's calendar is always available via the homepage, if you have a personal Google account, you can also add our school's events to your Google calendar.
1. Open your Google calendar and look to the bottom left for "Other Calendars"
2. Click the + to add a new calendar
3. Select "From URL"
4. Copy/paste this url: https://www.stgnola.org/calendar/calendar_351_gmt.ics
5. Click "add calendar" and you're all set!
We ask that students not bring loose nuts or snacks with nuts because of the risk of one falling out somewhere on campus where a child with an allergy may be exposed to it.
Do not send any loose nuts, peanuts, tree nuts, trail mix, cookies, or other snacks with nuts for your child’s snack or lunch.
Do not send any snacks that contain peanuts or tree nuts for the entire class, special snack, or parties. An ingredient label should be present on the snack.
We strive to keep the Michael R. Boh Early Childhood Center playground a nut-free environment. No snacks or lunches that contain nuts or nut butter should be eaten on the playground
Nut Butters: Nut butters are allowed to be eaten in the Gallery or Forum.
Pre-K4 - 1st grade students may bring peanut butter or other nut butters for lunch. We ask that parents mark their child’s lunchbox with a note to tell teachers that the lunch contains a food item with nut butter so we can properly monitor.
Some preschool classes are allowed to have nut butters. You will be notified about your child’s specific preschool classroom.
Certain classrooms/homerooms may be designated as nut-free spaces to prevent contamination of shared equipment and supplies.
Students should always wash hands before coming to school or entering class after consuming any nut product, including nut butters.
Dino’s, our meal service provider, does not use any nut products except in peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Tables will be cleaned after each lunch.
Although we cannot guarantee that the school will be completely free of loose nuts, with parent cooperation, the campus will be as safe as possible for children with peanut and tree nut allergies. If you have questions regarding the nut policy, contact the school nurse.