Parents


PlusPortals

Student/ParentPlus Portal is JPII HS’s student progress communication tool where parents and students have access to grades, progress reports, attendance, discipline records, and the grades 5-12 Parent Directory.

Summer Reading

2019 Summer Reading

Textbook Ordering Information

Textbook Ordering

Lunch Ordering

We are pleased to bring back our very popular lunch offering with Papa Gino’s. Our online sign up/payment system allows families to order and pay for lunch online. The food is prepared/delivered by Papa Gino’s, Bell Tower Mall, Centerville.  Please refer to the most recent Weekly Notification for the access dates and menu being offered. Click here for ordering instructions.

Ordered Lunches are offered on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

  • Tuesday and Thursday: Pizza, subs, and salads.
  • Wednesday: Chicken fingers and fries, mac ‘n cheese and salads.
  • Monday through Friday, microwavable lunches (pastas and soups) are available for sale, including snacks, chips, ice cream and drinks.

Publications & Forms

Yearbook

Click for desired information:

Student Parking

Students who wish to park their vehicles on campus are required to complete a parking form, present their driver’s license, and pay the parking fee in order to receive a parking permit.  More information on Student Parking can be found in the 2018-2019 Parent- Student Handbook. 

Diocesan Information

Catholic Social Services

Catholic Social Services (CSS) has proudly served the community since 1924.

Originating as a primarily adoption and welfare agency, CSS’ service scope has broadened to serve the many needs in our area. CSS operates within the physical boundaries of the Diocese of Fall River providing over 30 unique programs and services that:

  • promote improving quality of life for the poor and those in need
  • strengthen individuals and families
  • advocate for social justice

School Uniforms

Uniforms are a distinct indication of a student’s connection to St. John Paul II High School. Representing the school in a positive manner is an expectation in all areas of student life, including professional dress. The overall goal of the dress code is for St. John Paul II High School students to be attired professionally, tastefully, and comfortably.  Visit Donnelly’s School Apparel for purchasing information.

Boys' Uniform

  • Shirts: Dress code shirts purchased through Donnelly’s School Apparel.
  • Ties: Dress neckties are required.
  • Pants: Dress code pants purchased through Donnelly’s School Apparel.
  • Belts: Traditional leather or canvas belts required.
  • Sweaters: Dress code sweaters, purchased through Donnelly’s School Apparel may be worn if needed.
  • Shoes: Leather dress shoes and socks are required.

| Complete guidelines are provided in the Parent-Student Handbook.

Girls' Uniform

  • Skirt: Dress code skirt and tights purchased through Donnelly’s School Apparel.
  • Slacks: Slacks purchased through Donnelly’s School Apparel, may also be worn.
  • Blouses: Dress code blouses purchased through Donnelly’s School Apparel.
  • Sweaters: Dress code sweaters, purchased through Donnelly’s School Apparel may be worn if needed.
  • Shoes: Flat dress shoes with a closed toe and closed back or boat shoes are permitted.
  • Tights: Navy or white tights purchased through Donnelly’s School Apparel.

| Complete guidelines are provided in the Parent-Student Handbook.

Transportation Options

There are a number of transportation options for SJPII students:

Town of Barnstable Residents
The Town of Barnstable provides bus transportation for high school students.
The fee is $175.  Please see the Barnstable Public Schools School Bus Transportation Website for more information.
Contact:  Sandy Gifford, Transportation Coordinator, at 508-790-6498.

Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority
The CCRTA provides transportation from many points on Cape Cod.
Please visit their website at www.capecodrta.org.

Transportation from Plymouth/Sagamore Area
The Bridge Bus Parents Group
Click here for information.

Student Parking
Students who wish to park their vehicles on campus are required to complete a parking form, present their driver’s license, and pay the parking fee in order to receive a parking permit.  More information on Student Parking can be found in the 2018-2019 Parent- Student Handbook.