SAVE THE DATE
1st and 3rd grade retreat
Dollar Jolly Donut Day, Main Hall, 7:15am
St. Mary's Boy Scout Troop #7 meeting, 7:00pm PPC
School sports physicals, grades 3-11, NOMS, 5:00pm-6:30pm
House of St. Thomas Aquinas reward day at Cedar Point
Class of 2018 Favorite Baseball Team Jeans Day , Grades K-5 are free, grades 6-12 $1 for a baseball
tshirt, $2 for spirit shirt
Grades 4 and 5 retreat
St. Mary's Boy Scout Troop #7 meeting, 7:00pm PPC
SCCS grades K-5 musical, "Toy Story," 1:30pm, MPR
Preschool End of Year Program, 9:00am, MPR
SMCC 2017-2018 football parent meeting, incoming freshmen through seniors, 6:00pm, The Den Balcony
Last day of Preschool
SMCC Honors Assembly, 8:00am, Kinzel Center
Preschool Picnic, 10:00am-12:30pm, Osborn Park
All School Mass, 8:00am, St. Mary's Church
Field Day, Panther Birthday Party
SMCC Graduation, Mass at 1:30pm, St. Mary's Church, Ceremony at 3:30pm, Kinzel Center
Memorial Day, No school
8th Grade Recognition Mass, 6:00pm, Sts. Peter and Paul Church
Kindergarten Prayer Service, 8:30am, Sts. Peter and Paul Church, last day of school for Kindergarten
Last day of school, early release at 12:15pm, bus transportation will be available for registered families, NO Extended Day
SMCC Spring Sports Banquet, 6:00pm, The Den
WELCOME HOME GEOFF PALMER '80
Sandusky Central Catholic School is proud to announce that Geoff Palmer has been named the new Head of School by the SCCS School Board. Mr. Palmer is a 1980 graduate of St. Mary Central Catholic High School and has over thirty years of experience in education. His distinguished resume includes experiences from teacher to principal to superintendent, holding positions as superintendent in Hopewell-Loudon, West Geauga Schools, and Westlake City School Districts.
Mr. Palmer's new position has similar responsibilities to those of Fr. Michael, who has been assigned to St. Ann and St. Joseph parishes in Fremont. He will function as the Chief Executive Officer, leading a team of experienced and committed individuals, dedicated to the mission of SCCS. Mr. Palmer will formally begin June 1 at a time where enrollment is increasing, generous gifts are continuing the school's renaissance, and the Class of 2017 is prepared to the lead the area in scholarships offered and premier colleges they will be attending.
SCCS is blessed to welcome Geoff Palmer back home to the Panther Family and is excited for a new era of excellence under his leadership!
|SANDUSKY CENTRAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL NEWS
SUMMER TUTORING AVAILABLE
Summer tutoring sessions are available for all students in elementary and middle school attending SCCS. They are designed to give your student individualized instruction to succeed in the academic areas of Math and English. If you are interested, feel free to contact Mr. Brian Ferber at email@example.com for more information
2017-2018 ENROLLMENT REMINDER
If you haven't done so, please submit your 2017-2018 Re-Enrollment and Emergency Medical Forms as soon as possible. These forms are needed for class rosters and scheduling. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Snow at 419-626-1892, ext. 311 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCRIP PROGRAM INFORMATION
The SCRIP program at SCCS turns your everyday shopping into cash for your school and tuition account. If interested in enrolling in SCRIP, log onto
and use the SCCS enrollment code F5B898EC3595. The cutoff date for SCRIP credits to be applied to your 2017-2018 tuition is May 31, 2017. It is the SCRIP policy that credits earned in the current year apply to the following year's tuition. Any credits that are earned, and not designated to a current SCCS student, will be applied to the tuition assistance fund.
SPRING SPIRIT WEAR SALE
Get your Panther Spirit wear for summer! Clearance priced and limited quantities on our most popular items in stock. Newer styles are available to order. Order forms were sent home with students or are
available by clicking here
Special Spirit Gear Tent Sales will be held before and after the K-5 Spring Music Program on Tuesday, May 23, and the Preschool End of Year Program on Wednesday, May 24. All inventory available at clearance prices! Stock up for summer and get ready for back to school in the fall. Go Panthers!
SCCS SPORTS PHYSICALS
On Tuesday, May 16, NOMS will be conducting sports physicals for students entering grades 4-12 next year. Physicals are from 5:00pm-6:30pm at the NOMS building on the corner of Hayes Avenue and Strub Road. Please click here for the OHSAA physical form, and be sure to fill it out completely. Bring the completed form and $10 the night of physical exams.
CONCUSSION INFORMATION FORM
All student-athletes entering grades 4-12 next year are required to read and sign the Ohio Department of Health Concussion Information Sheet.
Please click here for forms.
EHOVE SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION
EHOVE Summer Camp is scheduled for the week of June 12-16, 2017. Camps are open to students entering grades 4-9. Registration begins Thursday, April 27 at 7:00am. Click here to register online.
TEAM UP WITH THE PANTHERS
|PRESCHOOL & ELEMENTARY NEWS
EARLY RELEASE AND EXTENDED DAY REMINDER
Just a reminder that the last day of school is June 1, and it is an early release day at 12:15pm. There will be bus transportation for registered families, but no Extended Day.
IMPORTANT PANTHER PRESCHOOL DATES
The month of May is a busy time in the Preschool! The following are a few important dates:
May 12: Rodeo Day, wear your best western gear
May 24: End of the Year Program for the preschool at 9:00am in the MPR. Parents, please bring a plate of cookies to share. Parking will be available on the playground and on the street. Preschool will be dismissed for the day after the program.
May 25: Last day of preschool classes
May 26: Preschool picnic from 10:00am-12:30pm at Osborn Park.
FUN AND FIELD DAY VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Volunteers are needed for the kindergarten through grade 3 Fun and Field Day on Friday, May 26. If interested, please contact Lindsay Lauwers at
SCCS K-5 SPRING MUSIC PROGRAM
Please join us for the K-5 spring music program, "Toy Story, the Musical" on Tuesday, May 23, at 1:30pm in the Multi-Purpose Room. The musical is based on the movie "Toy Story" and was written by the 5th grade Voices In Praise Choir. We hope to see you there!
|MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
SMCC FOOTBALL PARENT MEETING
On Wednesday, May 24, there will be a football parent meeting for incoming 2017-2018 freshmen through seniors in The Den Balcony at 6:00pm.
CEDAR POINT HOUSE REWARD DAY
The House of St. Thomas Aquinas has won this year's SCCS House Competition. The students have earned a day out of classes to visit Cedar Point on Wednesday, May 17. The bus will depart the school at 9:30am and arrive back to school at 2:30pm. We are asking that any student who has a pass to the park to please use their pass for entrance. All other students will receive a complimentary ticket into the park, courtesy of Sandusky Central Catholic School. Students are responsible for their own lunch. They can either purchase lunch at Cedar Point, or they are welcome to pack their lunch and eat at The Pavilion with Mrs. Sternberg. Students are to report to first and second period classes, but are welcome to wear jeans, tennis shoes, and their House shirts or Spirit Gear.
YES SERVICE PROJECT
Current high school students are invited to sign up for YES (Youth Engage in Service) through St. Peter's Church in Huron. YES is a four-day service program and retreat for high school students. Teens will work in teams with adult volunteers to paint, clean, and repair homes for elderly and needy families in our community. Say YES to this awesome opportunity to have fun with your friends while living out your faith by serving others! Please click here for registration forms and more information. Deadline to register is May 15.
Next year's Confirmation date for current SCCS 7th grade students will be Saturday, April 7, 2018 at 11:00am at Holy Rosary Cathedral in Toledo. Please note that this is the first Saturday after Easter and will fall on the last weekend of Easter Break next year.
HIGH SCHOOL REGISTRATION REMINDER
Just a reminder to submit registration forms for the 2017-2018 school year as soon as possible to receive scheduling priority for elective courses.
The generosity of alumni, parishioners and friends allows our students to pursue their dreams and fulfill God's plan for their lives. Please continue to keep our students and faculty in your prayers. Also, consider supporting the greatest needs on campus with a gift to the Annual Fund. To make a gift, contact SCCS Advancement & Development Office at 419.627.9422. If you prefer to give online, you can do so by clicking here.