Our Student Services office is here to ensure that your experience at BMC is exemplary in every way. The best way we know to do that is to keep lines of communication between home and school open to help guarantee that everyone knows what is expected of them.
Parents should utilize this email address to send notes, parking info, and other general tasks within our office. This account will send an automated reply stating receipt of your email. We check this account regularly during BMC school hours.
To contact us, please use the student services email.
Attendance is vital to student success. When students are absent, they miss important content and class discussion that no amount of personal study can make up for. Please try to schedule medical appointments and family vacations when school is not in session.
Attendance Updates/Reminders for 2022-2023 school year
If a student is absent, please remember to have the student drop off a completed absent/tardy form to Student Services on the day they return to school. A doctor’s note is required for three or more consecutive absences for the absence to be excused.
To inform BMC of a student’s absence, please call 407-293-7561, ext. 292, between the hours of 7:30 and 3:30; an absent/tardy form will still be needed to be turned in to Student Services on the day a student returns to school. BMC will send out a reminder phone call on the day of the absence to turn in the absent/tardy form upon return to school. The attendance hotline will no longer be available.
When students need to be dismissed early from school for medical, legal, or any other official appointment, they must present a completed request for early dismissal form to Student Services before 7:40 AM on the day of the early dismissal. Upon the parent's arrival, the student will be called out of class and dismissed from the Student Services Office. Students may not be called out of Mass or an assembly for early dismissal. Parents should report to the Student Services Office to sign a student out no later than 30 minutes before the end of the school day.
Our student-athletes are representatives of Christ and our school. As such, we expect all athletes to conduct themselves respectfully and with good sportsmanship. Participating in athletics is a privilege and is conditional upon class participation (good grades and attendance). For more information, please visit our Athletics page.
We’ve built our discipline policy on the concepts of mutual respect and Christ-like lifestyle choices. Students not adhering to our policies and procedures (including dress code and attendance) will be subject to disciplinary action. We weigh and measure the discipline according to the behavior and circumstances of the event in question. Consequences of minor infractions might include after-school detention and/or Saturday school and school-wide chores. Repeated or major offenses may result in disciplinary probation (loss of privilege) and suspension.
Our dress code gives students the freedom to focus on academic and personal achievement rather than social standing. It includes white polo shirts with our logo embroidered on the front and black pants or BMC plaid skort. Families must purchase student uniforms through our approved vendor, Risse Brothers Uniforms. Students wear dress uniforms during liturgy and other designated events.
Parent permission forms must be completed and returned to the appropriate teacher at least 48 hours before a scheduled field trip. Field trips are part of the official school day at BMC, and as such are subject to the same rules and regulations including dress code, volunteer requirements, and attendance.
Arrival and Dismissal Procedures
Parking is a privilege at BMC and reserved for officially registered vehicles only. To register your vehicle, visit the Student Services office and purchase a parking sticker. Stickers must be displayed in the student vehicle at all times. When you come to register, bring your driver’s license, a valid vehicle registration, and proof of current insurance. Seniors have first priority for our student-reserved parking spaces, followed by juniors.
For information regarding illness or injuries, medicine, and COVID please see the Nurse's Corner
Meet the Dean Team
A native of Upstate New York, she earned a Bachelor degree in Speech Therapy and Master’s degree in Educational Psychology from The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY. “I absolutely love going to work every day and being able to help students learn and grow. I feel blessed to be able to partner with parents and staff to ensure each student feels safe, welcomed and loved while at Bishop Moore.” Kane is passionate about helping students find their way in what can be a challenging time in their lives. Matthew 7:1 – “Do Not Judge, or you too will be judged” is her philosophy when meeting with students and helping them stay on the right path.
Dean Kane loves the color pink, ice cream cake, and is not afraid to say she’s a Justin Bieber fan. She lives with her husband Ryan and their two teenage daughters, Abby and Natalie.
As an Alumni of Bishop Moore Catholic, Tony believes in the environment that is provided for all students and hopes to implement his own positive experiences into the current student body. Those experiences have brought him back to Bishop Moore Catholic and the BMC Community.
Tony has worked at Bishop Moore Catholic for 7 years in many roles. He began as our communications coordinator, advanced to Alumni Director, and finally as our Dean of Students. Mr. Mehlich is also known as "Coach" to many of our students, he is currently our Head Baseball Coach. "Coaching provides me with the opportunity to impact students' lives on and off the field. I love witnessing their success on the field, but when they graduate, attend their college of choice, and start families. Those are the moments that I enjoy seeing most."
Tony holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from Florida State University.
Tony is married to Nichole and the father of two boys, Mason and Maddux. #ForeverSkinnerStrong #SpitStrong