January 21st, 2015

posted Jan 21, 2015, 6:02 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Jan 21, 2015, 6:42 PM ]
Dress Down Day

Tomorrow is a Dress Down Day.  Donations will be collected for the Make - a - Wish Foundation.


Math-a-thon

Information regarding our annual Math-a-thon went home today in the folder.  Any students wishing to participate can earn money through donations for doing "math".  The Math-a-thon benefits children at St. Jude's Hospital.


Scholastic Book Fair

Please find information regarding the upcoming Book Fair in the folder today.  The Book Fair will be open for family shopping during the Open House on Sunday, January 25th.  Students will be visiting the Book Fair on Monday or Tuesday.

Muffins with Mom/Donuts with Dad

Also in the folder is a slip of paper to confirm your attendance at Muffins with Mom/Donuts with Dad on Thursday next week.  You can stop in with your child at any time from 7:30- 8:15.  Morning Prayers begin at 8:15.  Please see invite in our forms and docs on this page.


Catholic Schools Week

This Sunday, January 25th, begins Catholic Schools Week: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.
We begin our week with the opportunity for our families to gather together to celebrate our faith and our school.  All students are expected to attend in uniform.


Sunday: Celebrate our Parish
  • School Liturgy   - 10:30 a.m.
  • Open House  - 11:30- 1:30 p.m.
  • Book Fair - 11:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Monday:  Celebrate our Nation
  • Red, white and blue dress down day
  • Book Fair
  • Patriotic Assembly 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday:  Celebrate Vocations
  • 9:00 School Liturgy celebrated by Archbishop Hebda
  • No NUT passes. School uniforms only.
Wednesday: Celebrate our Community
  • Wax Museum
Thursday:  Celebrate Students and Families
  • Blue and Gold Spirit Day/Dress Down - Blue and Gold
  • Muffins with Mom & Donuts with Dad  7:30-8:15
  • Morning Prayers- Parents invited to attend  8:15
  • Student/Teacher Volleyball Game  1:30
  • Family Bingo Night ( see Family Folder)


Friday
  • Crazy Hat Day - Students should wear crazy hats to school.  There will be a contest.


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