Parent/Student Handbook. for. Islamic Foundation of Peoria Sunday School

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1 In The Name of ALLAH, Most Beneficent, Most Merciful Parent/Student Handbook for Islamic Foundation of Peoria Sunday School Masjid-As-Salaam 823 W. Salaam Drive, Peoria, IL (309) website:

2 Welcome to Islamic Foundation of Peoria (IFP) Sunday School! We are a weekend school that has been serving the Muslim community in Peoria and Dunlap since the year Our school offers classes for students from Pre-Kindergarten through the High School levels. The school is run by volunteers who serve as teachers, administrator, and principal. Our goal at the school is to provide a good environment for our children to be exposed to and learn this great religion of ours, Islam. Our vision is to be the best choice for parents for teaching Islamic education to their children. Inshallah, with the help and blessings of Allah (SWT), we will work together to meet this vision and make this effort a successful one. We take pride in treating our school in professional and organized manner. We strongly believe that parent involvement and cooperation plays a major role in helping to achieve these goals. Thank you for adhering to the policies of the IFP Sunday school at Masjid-As-Salaam! Mission statement Inshallah to teach our children the fundamentals of Islam and how to implement these fundamentals in their daily lives based on Allah s (SWT) book Al-Quran and His Messenger s (s) authentic sunnah in accordance with the understanding and practice of the righteous salaf (the sahabah and their true followers) School Goals The mission statement Inshallah will be achieved using the following goals: 1. Teach each student how to read the Quran and memorization of Surahs. 2. Teach each student how to perform daily prayer (Salah). This will include wudu. 3. Teach the Seerah of the Prophets, with emphasis on Prophet Muhammad (saw). 4. Teach Islamic Basics which include Aqeedah, Fiqh, Hadith, Manners. 5. Teach Tafsir of Quran, Current Events and Projects for the older children. Each level curriculum is based on two (2) years per level or roughly 60 days of teaching. School Information and Policies The Sunday school will begin at 10:00am SHARP and end at 1:00pm with Dhuhr salat. We are very excited to begin IFP s 7 th year of Islamic Sunday school and encourage all parents to register their children. Below is the registration information, followed by the school policies and our curriculum: School registration is held for the following school year and is held during the month of May. There is a secondary day for new families only on the first day of school in the fall. Tuition can be paid on either of these registration dates. For those families that reside locally and missed registration, they will be charged an additional late processing fee of $ Tuition Costs: The cost for the school will be $20 per month for the 1 st child, $10 per month for the 2 nd child, $5 per month for the 3 rd child, and for the 4 th child and beyond will be free of charge. There will be an additional flat cost of $25 per child for book rental fees/supplies.

3 We offer a choice of two payments plans. This gives the school some funds on hand to plan activities for your children throughout the year. It also avoids constant reminder notices. Please choose the method of payment that best suits you: o Tuition for the entire school year can be payable at the beginning of the year. You will receive a 10% discount. o Pay 50% of the tuition upon registration and the remaining 50% on February 1st. A reminder notice will be sent to you and we appreciate the parent s full cooperation to pay these fees on time. 2. Late Fees Policy: It is mandatory for all parents who receive late fee slips to pay the amount due to the administrator on the due date. All families who did not pay last year s late fees will be required to pay the amount at registration for this year. As a reminder, the school begins at 10:00am SHARP and attendance is taken at this time. Any child that enters the classroom after 10am will be considered tardy, and will be issued a yellow tardy slip. The first 3 tardies will be no charge, for each additional tardy, the child will be charged a late fee of $1.00 per child In addition, children who are not picked up after Dhuhr prayer (at 1:15pm) will be charged the after-school care fee of $5.00. After 1:45pm, the parents will be charged $1.00 per minute. When late fee slips are delivered, all parents are expected to be polite and respectful of the school policy. All monies collected will go into the general school fund. 3. Drop-off/Pick-up Policy: All parents are to legally park their cars in the parking lot and come into the masjid to drop off their children for school. For the safety of the children, we do not want the children crossing the parking lot unattended while other cars are arriving. All parents are required to legally park their car and physically come into the building and pick up their children from their classrooms. The entrance to the building is NOT to be blocked at any time for any reason. This is again solely for the purpose of the children s safety. 4. Attendance: Regular attendance is essential for optimal learning at Sunday school. Attendance counts for up to 10% of the total grade, thus, please bring your children to school regularly. Timeliness is also a very important quality to teach your children in Islam. Coming to school on time shows priority given to Sunday school late fees will be administered and adhered to. Undue tardiness or excessive absence will result in a meeting with the administration. If you need to take your child out of class early, you must send a note for the teacher informing her ahead of time. 5. Visiting Relatives Screening Process: Visiting Relatives may be allowed to attend Sunday School if screening process is approved. The screening process includes: 1. Teacher approval/availability in classroom. 2. Age of child has to be 8 years or above. 3. Visitor should be relatively the same age as IFP student. 4. Length of stay? 5. If staying through lunch, lunch must be provided. 6. Fill out form and meet with Principal 6. Class Dismissal: Students must complete the congregational Dhuhr salat and will then be dismissed back to their classes. All parents are required to come to the classes to collect their children and that is when the teacher should dismiss the students. If you have an issue you want to discuss with the teacher, you need to send a note ahead of time for a conference appointment. If you need to pick up your child early, you must also let the teacher know ahead of time. Any parents that do not pick up their children by 1:15pm sharp will be charged a late pick-up fee. 7. Lunch Policy: ALL students are required to bring a sack lunch and drink to school. The parent is NOT allowed to have the child skip lunch during lunchtime. We encourage the parent to volunteer to be lunch monitors during this time. If interested, please talk to your child s teacher.

4 8. Dress Code Policy: As stated in the Handbook, the parents are expected to make sure their children are adhering to the school policy which is as follows: - All students are required to wear clean, neat and well-pressed clothes. - Clothes must cover the body loosely without being transparent, revealing, or tight. - Girl s clothes should not expose the legs. - Length of boy s shirts/tunics should be at arm s length and pants should not drag below the ankles. - A head covering for girls is part of the Islamic dress uniform. - Pants are required for boys, no shorts are allowed. - Coats, hats, jackets must be removed and properly hung before classes have begun. - Students not dressed in the proper clothes will be denied entry to the class and parents will be called to bring appropriate clothing. - It is not appropriate for students to wear clothing that have words or pictures displaying themes other than Al-Islam. Children learn by example, thus, to help teach our children the value of the Islamic dress, all parents are also required to observe the dress code policy. Please keep in mind that the school is being held in a masjid, and the parents will be required to respect the masjid etiquettes and rules regarding dress code issued by the IFP Shura. Parents will be given a written reminder by the administrator if this policy is not followed, and repeated offenses will be brought to the attention of the principal and a meeting will be required. 9. Discipline Policy: Students are expected to behave according to Islamic manners and be respectful and proper in the masjid and classrooms. They are not to run at any times in the masjid or entryway, as they may slip and injure themselves. They are NOT to make a mess in the bathrooms during wudu time and should be taught to wipe up after themselves (please take the opportunity to come into the bathroom with your child and show them). They are required and expected to be respectful of his/her teacher as well. We ask the parents to remind their children about this every Sunday before coming to Sunday school. Abuse, whether physically to the building (damages will be charged to the parents) or verbally to the teacher in any way will absolutely NOT be tolerated. We have a pink form used for Student Discipline that will be filled out and sent home if your child has had a discipline issue in class. It will need to be signed by the parent and returned to the teacher by the following Sunday. The first major discipline issue of a student will be handled by the principal and given a verbal warning, and the form will be filled out accordingly. On the second offense, we will issue an after school detention, for which the child AND the parent will be required to stay after school and have a meeting with the principal. The form will be filled out accordingly. On the third offense, the principal will handle the situation to his discretion; however, it could lead to suspension and/or dismissal from the school. There is to be no food or drink in the class at any time. No shoes are to be worn in the classrooms. Only school related books and materials will be allowed in the classroom. Gum chewing is not allowed during the class, nor is passing notes to other students (no matter what the circumstance), and finally, no cell phones in the class. Teachers are allowed to have it on the vibrating mode. The school will be very strict about discipline this year and we would appreciate your cooperation. 10. Cleaning Masjid Policy: All parents of the students are required to sign up for cleaning of the masjid/school two Sundays out of the calendar year (may be once upon need). The parents will have the choice of cleaning the masjid/school themselves based on the IFP cleaning rules or pay the predetermined fee to have it cleaned. The cost for this service is $ The masjid/school MUST be cleaned on Sunday sometime following Sunday school. The parents will receive a reminder courtesy call. If the masjid/school is not cleaned by Sunday night, the school will call the cleaner and will charge the predetermined fee directly to the parents.

5 11. Grading Policy: The category breakdown of the total class grade (with the exception of the Level 1 class, which uses the first four, along with knowledge of Arabic letters and Islamic manners) is as follows: - Attendance: 10% - Homework: 10% - Tests/Exams: 25% - Behavior: 10% - Overall Effort: 10% - Class Participation: 10% - Quizzes: 25% A mid-term exam will be given to each student at the end of the first semester. Progress reports will be also be given to each student at end of the first semester so the student and parent knows the child s performance and areas of strength and weakness. If there are any areas of questions or concerns, the teacher may request a parent/teacher conference. Final exams will be given two weeks prior to the end of the school year. Each student will receive a Final Report Card at the end of the year. This report will not include the class level for the next year, and that information will be provided at the beginning of the school year. 12. Parent Volunteers: We are encouraging parents to participate by volunteering for various areas that the teachers need help with and appreciate any time that you can give to the school. However, parents are NOT allowed to stay in the classroom other than what they volunteered for and cannot stay to help in teaching or supervising children in the classroom. Any incidences or issues that may occur while you are on the school premises during school hours are to remain confidential. 13. Parties: The school will provide two Eid pizza parties for the entire school in the cafeteria on the second Sunday following Eid (the school will be closed the first Sunday following Eid). Please mark your calendar not to send lunch on those days. Students will also be reminded not to bring lunch on that day as well. Please do not send treats for your child on his/her birthday to the classroom, as we will not be having any other parties in the school other than the two Eid celebrations. 14. Lost and Found: When your child loses an article of clothing or other items, they will be deposited in the lost and found box located in the office. You may ask the teacher to check if the lost item has been turned in. 15. Address/Phone/Emergency Contact Changes: If you move or change your home or cell number, please notify the teacher or administrator immediately. Also, if the number of the person you list for an emergency contact changes, please notify us of that change. It is very important that the school has all of the correct contact information for your child in case we need to reach you for any reason or if there is any emergency. 16. School Calendar: A school calendar will be available on registration day listing important dates/vacations for the school year. DISCLAIMER: The Islamic Foundation of Peoria will not be held liable for deliberate or accidental occurrence of any sort involving students who go outside the school premises. Thank you once again for adhering to IFP s Sunday school policies and for your cooperation. We have excellent volunteer, dedicated teachers and we look forward to teaching our children and working closely with the parents. Together, inshallah, let s have a wonderful, exciting and educational school year for our children! Complete School Curriculum: Our Sunday School has seven levels. Please note that our curriculum is over a two year course, thus, 70% of the time, your child will remain in the same class for two years. The remaining 30% is based on the age of the child and the teacher recommendation. We will enroll children beginning from 4 years of age (children must be 4 years old by December 1, 2007 and must be able to stay seated in a chair without disturbing the class and follow basic directions from teacher). New

6 families that move into the area during the school year can register their children, however they may be put on hold temporarily to check availability in classrooms. Our Academic grades are based on the following category breakdown (with the exception of the Level 1 class, which uses the first four, along with knowledge of Arabic letters and Islamic manners: - Attendance: 10% - Overall Effort: 10% - Behavior: 10% - Quizzes: 25% - Class Participation: 10% - Tests/Exams: 25% - Homework: 10% Through such a program, Islamic Foundation of Peoria Sunday School aims to instill Islamic behavior and manners in our youth, to teach students the basics of Islam, and to help our children become proud, practicing Muslims, inshallah that become active members in communities wherever they shall go. Level I Quran Reading: Learn the Arabic alphabet, how to count to ten, and basic colors Surahs: Surah Al-Fatihah and begin to learn Surahs Al-Ikhlas and Al-Kauthar Islamic Basics: Introducing the five pillars of Islam, life of Prophet Muhammad (saw), basic stories of major Prophets, Islamic manners, and Articles of Faith. Students will also do Islamic art projects and learn Islamic songs and poems. Studies in Islam, Abdul Aziz Quran Stories for Little Hearts, Sahiyasnain Khan Children s Stories from the Quran-Big Coloring Book 1 and 2 A Coloring Book of Islamic Manners, Iqra What do we say (A Guide to Islamic Manners), Noorah Abdullah My Arabic Alphabet Book 1, Dar-us-Salam My Arabic Alphabet Book 2, Dar-us-Salam My Wudu Book, Dar-us-Salam My Prayer Book, Dar-us-Salam My Dua Book, Dar-us-Salam Level II Quran Reading: First year: Learn the shapes of the letters in the beginning, middle and the end of 3-4 letter words. Second year: Introduce the diacritical marks (Damma, Fatha, and Kasra) for each letter Quran Made Easy: Lessons 7-28 (1 st yr), Lessons 31,32,37,38,40 and 41 (2 nd yr) Learn how to do Wudu formally, name the five daily prayers (required to advance to Level III), learn the basic positions of prayer and how to stand in jamaah (required to advance to Level III), introduce what needs to be said at each salah position: standing, ruku, sajdah, jalsa, sitting. My Prayer Book, Abdul Malik Mujuhid Basic concept of Prophets as teachers of the religion. Learn the names of some prominent Prophets: Adam, Muhammad, Yusuf / use of stories The Prophets of Allah, Vol. I, II, & III, Shahid Hamid Ghazi, Milgred el-amin Islamic Basics: Learn the Islamic greeting and reply (required to advance to Level III). What we say when we eat and drink (required to advance to Level III). Duties to parents, teachers, elders, relatives, etc.. Name the five pillars of Islam (required to advance to Level III). Use projects and coloring to reinforce. Islam for Children, Ahmed von Denffer Islamic Manners, Malik Abdul Majid

7 Level III Quran Reading: First year: Learning to connect 3 letters and be able to read them with the three diacritical marks (Damma, Fatha, and Kasra), introduce the Sukoon Second year: Introduce the Madd with Allef, Yaa, and Wow, continue learning how to read 3-4 letter words with the diacritical marks and the Madd. DVD Used: Quran Made Easy: Lessons 9-28, and (1 st yr), Lessons 56-60, 90-91, and (2 nd yr). Know how to do Wudu formally (required to advance to Level IV). Name the five daily prayers (required to advance to Level IV). Begin learning the number of rakahs with each prayer. Learn the basic positions of prayer and how to stand in jamaah (required to advance to Level IV). Learn what needs to be said at each salah position: Standing (Fatiha plus Surah e.g.), Ruku, Sajdah, Jalsa, Sitting (Tashahud, Darud Sharif). My Prayer Book, Abdul Malik Mujuhid Pray Basic concept of Prophets as teachers of the religion. Name the five greatest Prophets and the books they brought in time sequence. Stories of the major Prophets. Our Prophet, Life in Makkah (text), Dr. Abidullah Ghazia Our Prophet, Life in Makkah (wkbk), Dr. Abidullah Ghazia Islamic Basics: Learn the Islamic greeting and reply (required to advance to Level IV). What we say when we eat and drink (required to advance to Level IV). Duties to parents, teachers, elders, relatives, etc. Name the five pillars of Islam (required to advance to Level IV). Basic Islamic etiquettes: charity, permission before going in room, rights of Muslims Islam For Children, Ahmad von Denffer Morals and Manners, Abdul Malik Mujuhid Level IV Quran Reading: First year: Review reading longer words with the diacritical marks and the Madd, Introduce the Tanwin and practice reading. Second year: Practice reading longer words with diacritical marks, Madd and Tanwin, introduce the Shadd Quran Made Easy: Lessons 8,75-80,81-89,91 and 93 (1 st yr), Lessons (2 nd yr) Know how to do Wudu formally (required to advance to Level V). Name the five daily prayers (required to advance to Level V). Know the number of rakah for each Fardh salah (required to advance to Level VI). Learn the basic positions of prayer and how to stand in jamaah (required to advance to Level V). Learn what needs to be said at each salah position: Standing (Fatiha plus Surah e.g.) (required to advance to Level V), Ruku (required to advance to Level V), Sajdah (required to advance to Level V), Jalsa (required to advance to Level V), Sitting (Tashahud, Darud Sharif) (required to advance to Level V ), Begin learning Du a Qunut. Beginning Book of Salat, Ghulam Sarwar Basic concept of Prophets as teachers of the religion. Name the five greatest Prophets in time sequence (required to advance to Level V). Stories of five major Prophets. Introduction to Muhammad s (pbuh) Seerah. The Last of the Prophets, Q. Sulaiman, Mansu Islamic Basics: Learn the Islamic greeting and reply (required to advance to Level V). What we say when we eat and drink (required to advance to Level V). Duties to parents, teachers, elders, relatives, etc.. Name the five pillars of Islam (required to advance to Level V). Begin learning details of Fasting in Ramadan teach as month approaches. Begin learning details of Hajj teach as month approaches. Introduction to the Islamic Calendar. Our Faith & Worship Vol. I (text), Dr. Abidullah Ghazi Level V Quran Reading: First year: Review reading longer words with diacritical marks, Madd, Tanwin and Shadd, teach short Aleef over Yaa and in the words, introduce Hamza in the words with different positions, diacritical marks and the long Hamza.

8 Second year: Review reading longer words with previous knowledge, introduce different (Allef and Lam) in the beginning of the words, introduce the ruling of the Haa and the Taa Marbota and their different shapes. Practice reading. Quran Made Easy: Lessons and (1 st yr), Lessons (2 nd yr) The Qur an Know how to do Wudu formally (required to advance to Level VI). Name the five daily prayers (required to advance to Level VI). Learn the required (Fard) number of rakah for each. Learn the basic positions of prayer and how to stand in jamaah (required to advance to Level VI). Learn what needs to be said at each salah position: Standing (Fatiha plus Surah e.g.) (required to advance to Level VI), Ruku (required to advance to Level VI), Sajdah (required to advance to Level VI), Jalsa (required to advance to Level VI), Sitting (Tashahud, Darud Sharif) (required to advance to Level VI). Know Du a Qunut (required to advance to Level VI). Learn the Azan with meaning (required to advance to Level VI). Beginning Book of Salat, Ghulam Sarwar Basic concept of Prophets as teachers of the religion. Name the five greatest Prophets in time sequence (required to advance to Level VI). Stories of major Prophets. Introduction to Muhammad s (pbuh) Basic events in Mecca and in Medina Messenger of Allah I: Life in Makkah (text & wkbk), Dr. Abidullah Ghazia Messenger of Allah II: Life in Medina (text & wkbk), Dr. Abidullah Ghazia Life of Perfection, Dr. Abidullah Ghazi The Prophet s Garden, Fatima Md oyen & Abdel Kader Chachi Islamic Basics: Learn the Islamic greeting and reply (required to advance to Level VI). What we say when we eat and drink (required to advance to Level VI). Duties to parents, teachers, elders, relatives, etc. Name the five pillars of Islam (required to advance to Level VI). Begin learning details of Fasting in Ramadan teach as month approaches. Begin learning details of Hajj teach as month approaches. Begin learning about Zakah. Know the Islamic Calendar. Begin learning the 99 names of Allah. Begin studying the articles of Iman. Learn the Islamic dress code. Our Faith & Worship Vol. II (text & wkbk), Dr. Abidullah Ghazi Teachings of the Quran Vol. II (text & wkbk), Dr. Abidullah Ghazi Level VI Quran Reading: First year: Review reading longer words with all previous knowledge, introduce long Madd and short Madd over letters, introduce Sukoon over Alef. Second year: Practice reading from the Qur an, introduce tajweed, introduce sight words, introduce the most frequent words used in the Qur an, learn when to do Sajeda while reading the Qur an. CD Used: The Qur an The Reciter, 2.0, Quran Recitation & Memorization Program Know how to do Wudu formally (required to advance to Level VII). Learn the Fard parts of Wudu. Name the five daily prayers (required to advance to Level VII). Learn the required (Fard) number of rakah for each (required to advance to Level VII). Learn the basic positions of prayer and how to stand in jamaah (required to advance to Level VII). Learn what needs to be said at each salah position: Standing (Fatiha plus Surah e.g.) (required to advance to Level VII), Ruku (required to advance to Level VII), Sajdah (required to advance to Level VII). Know Du a Qunut (required to advance to Level VII). Jalsa (required to advance to Level VII). Sitting (Tashahud, Darud Sharif) (required to advance to Level VII). Learn additional Du as during and after Salah. Begin learning etiquettes of Jumuah and jamaah salah. Learn the Azan with meaning (required to advance to Level VII). Learn what to recite during and after the Azan. Learn the etiquettes of Tayammum. Learn the etiquettes of Salah while traveling. Learn the etiquettes of Qadhah salah. Islamic Aqeedah and Fiqh, Aisha Lemi The Prophet s Prayer Described, Shaikh Al-Albani Basic concept of Prophets as teachers of the religion. Name the five greatest Prophets in time sequence (required to advance to Level VII). Stories of major Prophets. Introduction to Muhammad s (pbuh) Seerah (two years/alternating), detailed events in Mecca and detailed events in Medina.

9 The Sealed Nectar: Biography of the Prophet, Sheikh Safi-ur Rahman al-mubarakpuri Islamic Basics: Learn the Islamic greeting and reply (required to advance to Level VII). What we say when we eat and drink (required to advance to Level VII). Duties to parents, teachers, elders, relatives, etc.. Name the five pillars of Islam (required to advance to Level VII). Begin learning details of Fasting in Ramadan teach as month approaches. Begin learning details of Hajj teach as month approaches. Begin learning about Zakah. Know the Islamic Calendar (required to advance to Level VII). Continue to learn the 99 names of Allah. Begin learning the meanings of the names. Begin studying the articles of Iman (required to advance to Level VII). Learn the Islamic dress code (required to advance to Level VII). Learn the etiquettes of visiting the sick. Learn the rights of Muslims to each other. Islamic Aqeedah and Fiqh, Aisha Lemi Level VII Tafsir of Qur an: This will be a lecture format of the translation of the ayats in the Qur an, with opportunities for discussion and comments. Adults are welcome to sit and listen with the students as observers. The Holy Qur an, A. Yusuf Ali The Message of the Qur an, Muhammad Asad Tafsir Ibn Kathir, Ibn Kathir Surah Memorization: To have the students check the Suras they know and then continue memorizing throughout the year. Our goal is to get the students into the practice and habit of trying to regularly memorize more as a personal goal throughout their life. Al-Fatiha (1) Al-Qariah (101) Al-Baqarah (2) Iyat 1-16 At-Takathur (102) Al-Baqarah (2) Iyat Al- Asr (103) Al-Baqarah (2) Iyat Al-Humuzah (104) Al-Mu minun (23) Iyat 1-10 Al-Fil (105) Al-Mulk (67) Qureysh (106) An-Naba (78) Al-Ma un (107) An-Nazi at (79) Al-Kauthar (108) Abasa (80) Al-Kafirun (109) Al-Takwir (81) Al-Nasr (110) Al-Infitar (82) Al-Lahab (111) Al-Mutaffifin (83) Al-Ikhlas (112) Al-Inshiqaq (84) Al-Falaq (113) Al-Buruj (85) An-Nas (114) At-Tariq (86) Al-A la (87) Al-Ghashiya (88) Al-Fajr (89) Al-Balad (90) Ash-Shams (91) Al-Layl (92) Ad-Dhuha (93) Al-Inshirah (94) At-Tin (95) Al- Alaq (96) Al-Qadr (97) Al-Bayyinah (98) Az-Zilzal (99) Al-Adiyat (100) Rotations 1-3: One rotation each week for second half of class time. Rotation 1: Audio/Cassette/CD Hour: Listening and discussing various lectures on Islamic Issues and History. Rotation 2: Book Review and Discussion on Western Muslims and the Future of Islam, by Tariq Ramadan Rotation 3: Projects: Work with students on community projects. Emphasis on the importance of maintaining an Islamic identity, and building good Islamic character as skills to use throughout their life.

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