SAVE THE DATE
May Crowning Mass, grades K-8, Sts. Peter and Paul Church, 8:00am
Senior Farewell Mass, grades 9-12, St. Mary's Church, 8:00am
Fourth Grade Wax Museum, The Kinzel Center, 1:15pm-2:15pm
First Holy Communion; Sts. Peter and Paul, 10:00am, Holy Angels, 10:30am, St. Mary's 11:30am
"Boots and Bling" Mother/Daughter Dance, MPR, 6:30pm-8:00pm
Third grade retreat
Two hour delay
TLC Blood Drive, Holy Angels Parish Hall, 2:00pm-7:00pm
Preschool Mother's Day Tea, CUBS and 4 year olds, 11:30am-1:00pm
Jeans Day for "March for Music Month", Grades K-5 are free, 6-12 $1 appropriate music themed shirt, $2 spirit shirt
First grade retreat
Dollar Jolly Donut Day, Main Hall 7:15am
Middle and High School Spring Concert, grades 5-12 band and high school choir, The Kinzel Center, 3:00pm
Sports physicals, NOMS Healthcare, 2500 W. Strub Road, 5:00pm
SCCS grades K-5 musical, MPR, 1:30pm
SMCC Senior Honors Assembly, The Kinzel Center, 8:00am
SMCC Graduation; Mass at Sts. Peter and Paul Church, 1:30pm, Ceremony at The Kinzel Center, 3:30pm
Memorial Day, No School
Kindergarten Prayer Service, Sts. Peter and Paul Church, 8:30am, last day of school for Kindergarten
8TH Grade Recognition Mass, St. Mary's Church, 6:00pm
SMCC Spring Sports Banquet, The Kinzel Center, 6:00
CONGRATULATIONS MS. SHAYLOR!
This year's St. Mary Central Catholic High School Art show was extra special as Ms. Karen Shaylor celebrated 33 years of dedication to the art program. Ms. Shaylor announced that she will be retiring in June and this year's art show theme was "The End of an Era." For the past three decades, Ms. Shaylor has developed the art curriculum to include a number of different and advanced disciplines including pottery, book making, and working with clay and other media. She also initiated and maintained the Visiting Artist Residency through the Mylander Foundation and the Ohio Arts Council to expose students to a variety of opportunities and careers in the arts. This year's resident artist, Kate Ball, taught students computer animation. Best wishes to Ms. Shaylor!
|SANDUSKY CENTRAL CATHOLIC SCHOOL NEWS
EVENT SET UP HELP NEEDED
SCCS is looking for volunteers to help with event set up and tear down in the next few weeks. If you are able to help, please contact Jeanette Hrovatich at 419-626-1892, ext. 246 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
GO GREEN POEM WINNERS
Congratulations to the SCCS students who were winners of the City of Sandusky's "Go Green" poem contest last weekend. Winners were: Cassady Montgomery, Giovanni Torres Cortez, Noah Michel, Cassidy Stovall, Grant Swain, and Megan Evans.
2-HR DELAY REMINDER and MORNING CARE
SCCS is offering morning care on May 8 for the 2-hour delay. Students in preschool through grade 5 may be dropped off beginning at 7:15am, and will be in the Multi-Purpose Room prior to the school start time of 9:40am.
SUMMER TUTORING AVAILABLE
Summer tutoring sessions are available for all students 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
for more information.
GIRLS BASKETBALL BIDDY CAMP
The SMCC Lady Panthers Basketball Team is hosting a Biddy Camp, June 7- June 9 in The Den. The camp is open to girls entering grades 1-8. The cost is $30, and includes a t-shirt. The camp for grades 1-4 is from 8:30am-9:30am and grades 5-8 camp is from 10:00am-11:00am. Please click for a registration form.
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, logon to www.shopwithscrip.com and use the SCCS enrollment code F5B898EC3595. The cutoff date for SCRIP credits to be applied to your 2017-2018 tuition is May 31, 2018. 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.
FOLLOW SCCS ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER
Follow SCCS on our Facebook and Twitter accounts! Our Facebook page is SMCC SCCS Panthers, and our Twitter accounts are the following: Mr. Geoff Palmer, @GPalmer_SCCS, Mr. Dennis Antonelli, @SCCS_Panthers, Mr. Ryan Wikel, @SMCCPANTHERS_AD, and Ms. Meagan Howman, @sccs_panthersgo.
On Sunday, May 6, the Panther Cheerleaders are hosting "Boots and Bling," a mother/daughter dance in celebration of Mother's Day. The dance is from 6:30pm-8:00pm in the Multi Purpose Room, and is open to daughters in preschool through grade 8 and Moms, Grandmothers, or any other influence deserving of celebration. Desserts, light snacks, and beverages will be served. Professional keepsake photos will be taken, so wear your best country gear! Please click here for a registration form.
All SCCS faculty, staff, coaches, and volunteers will receive a VIRTUS email from the Diocese of Toledo regarding safety compliance. The new Standards and Guidelines form must be electronically signed in order to remain compliant through the Diocese of Toledo. If you have any questions regarding VIRTUS, please email Mrs. Jillian Gill at JGill@sanduskycc.org.
|PRESCHOOL AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS
FOURTH GRADE WAX MUSEUM
On Friday, May 4, SCCS fourth grade students will be presenting the "living" Wax Museum in The Den from 1:15pm-2:15pm. Students have chosen a person, from history or today, who they have researched and prepared a presentation. Each student will have a button that they press which will allow them to move and give their speech. The students have been working very hard and are excited to show off their projects. We hope to see you there!
SCCS K-5 SPRING MUSIC PROGRAM
Please join us for the K-5 spring music program, "School Daze, the Musical" on Tuesday, May 22, at 1:30pm in The Kinzel Center. We hope to see you there!
|MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL NEWS
YES SERVICE PROJECT
Current high school students are invited to sign up for YES (Youth Elect 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 14.