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Our mission is to partner with parents to holistically educate our students in a Christ-centered environment.

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Bible Memory

Passages 2022-23

I Timothy 4:7-16 

Due: September 16    

Psalm 46

Due: October 14               

II Timothy 2:1-15

Due: November 11          

Proverbs 15:1-10

Due: December 16           

James 1:2-15

Due: January 27               

Romans 12

Due: February 24             

I Corinthians 11:23-32

Due: March 30                 

James 3:2-13

Due: April 28                     

Psalm 40:1-11

Due: May 12                      

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Location

5764 Hwy 1 SW
Kalona, IA 52247

School Hours

M-F: 8am – 4pm
Weekends: Closed

Phone & Email

319-656-5443
[email protected]

Congrats to 2021-22 Graduates! Tanner Miller and Jackson Gehman

2023 Auction Fundraiser Event

February 24th

Christmas Program

December 15th

6 PM

uniforms & Dress Code

Section XVII of PCS Handbook

Dress Code Policy

During school hours, Pathway Christian School’s (PCS) purpose is to involve students in academic learning. Appearance reveals who we are and affects how we conduct ourselves.

Because of I Corinthians 10:23-24, “all things are lawful, but not all things edify. Let no one seek his own good, but that of his neighbor,” and 1Timothy 2:9, “likewise I want women to adorn themselves with proper clothing, modestly and discreetly…” we have two objectives in our dress code:

1. Modesty for all students and staff of PCS.
2. An environment free of distractions and conducive to learning.

There is “appropriate attire” for every situation as there is for school and related activities. Cooperative agreement in the dress code for those involved at PCS is imperative. While there are a wide range of beliefs regarding personal appearance, it is important to lay aside personal preferences/beliefs for the best interest of the entire school family.

This list of guidelines is intended to help parent(s) and students promote the goals of PCS to honor the Lord in grooming and dress. Following are two major principles the dress code is based on:

MODESTY – defined as neither bold nor self assertive; a body covered in such a way as to ultimately honor the Lord.

NEATNESS – defined as clean, tidy, properly fitting, and in good repair.

Section XVII of PCS Handbook (Revised June 2020)

Boys:
● Polo shirts with a collar (white, black, and light blue)
● Khaki or navy colored pants and in good condition. (No denim, cargo, ‘skinny-jeans’, or joggers)
● Any undershirts (e.g., T-shirts) must be tucked in
● Closed toe shoes or sandals are to be worn at all times (no flip-flops)
● Hair is to be neat & trimmed
● Dyed hair must be a natural hair color
● No jewelry
● Tattoos must be covered
● Hats are not to be worn inside
●Pathway sweatshirts are allowed over polos. Sweaters or jackets (solid colored) can be worn, but must be neutral in color (black, gray, navy, tan, white). No jean jackets.

Girls:
● Polo shirts with a collar (white, black, and light blue)
● Khaki or navy colored skirts, jumpers, polo dresses and traditional pants
● Skirts, jumpers and dresses must be knee length
● Pants must be straight or bootcut, modest, and in good condition
● Pants must not be made of stretch fabric such as jeggings. No ‘skinny jean’ pants.
● Any undershirts (e.g., T-shirts) must be tucked in
● Simple jewelry is allowed, but should not be distracting to the learning environment. Earrings should be studs only. Necklaces should be short (17”) with no more than one pendant.
● Dyed hair must be a natural hair color
● Closed toe shoes or dressy sandals are to be worn at all times. (No flip-flops)
● Hair is to be neat and clean
● Tattoos must be covered
● Hats are not to be worn inside
● Keep makeup tasteful and simple
● For modesty, please wear solid navy or black leggings or spandex under the skirts, jumpers, and dresses
● Pathway sweatshirts are allowed over polos. Sweaters or jackets (solid colored) can be worn, but must be neutral in color (black, gray, navy, tan, white). No jean jackets.

Parents may purchase their uniforms from a retailer of their choice.

Weekly Parent Communications

An electronic newsletter will be produced weekly by the PCS secretary and sent by email to parents.  The newsletter will be used to inform parent(s) of upcoming events, reminders of needs, schedule changes, hot lunch and chapel participation.