MCCGP Sunday School
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We strive to provide our students quality education based upon the understanding and practice of Islamic principles that enrich them to grow spiritually and become better members of their community.
The Sunday School at MCCGP offers classes in Quran and Islamic Studies from KinderGarten through Level 4.
The School runs approximately from September through May
During the year, we conduct several activities such as Islamic Jeopardy Competitions, Quran Competition, game days and more.
Click on links on the left to learn more about our Sunday School.
Key Dates for 2021-22 School Year
Sunday August 29, 2021 - Registration Begins Sunday September 12, 2021 - Orientation and First Day of School Sunday November 28, 2021 - Thanksgiving Break (No School) Sunday December 26, 2021 - Winter Break (No School) Sunday April 3, 2022 - Ramadan Begins (Tentative) Sunday April 24, 2022 - Quran Competition Sunday May 22, 2022 - End-of-year Ceremony
The 2021-22 academic year of the MCCGP Sunday School will begin on Sunday September 12, 2021 insha'Allah. All classes and activities will be in-person. However with the ongoing pandemic and continuing spread of COVID, we are starting the school on a cautionary note. We will have two classes (Quran and Islamic Studies) back to back from noon to 2:00 PM, followed by Zhur prayers. There will be no lunch/recess or assembly. In due time and based upon the conditions surrounding the spread of COVID, we will evaluate and make a determination to add lunch/recess back on the schedule. Registration is now open. Please use the link on the left or click here to register your child(ren). There are no books to purchase at this time. Please note that COVID-related guidelines will be enforced in the classroom and outside for all students, parents and staff members. These include wearing of masks at all times, keeping a safe distance from each other, washing hands with soap or using a sanitizer, and covering a sneeze or occasional cough. Other precautionary measures being implemented include: