• All are invited to our Open House with Guided Tours
  • Begin in the school gym at 8:30am, guided tours until 12:30pm
  • Please allow at least one hour to complete the tour
  • Online applications will be accepted beginning November 1st until November 30th for the first round of application processing
  • Please visit the admissions section of our school website here for details regarding online applications and requirements
School Office: 225-293-1298   School Fax: 225-293-4886
Pre-K Office: 225-293-9822    Pre-K Fax: 225-293-7432
Student Absence Reporting - sgsabsent@sgschoolbr.org 
OCTOBER 4, 2018

Dear St. George Families,
      A number of years ago, while attending Mass, I noticed a former student of mine that I have not seen since she was in kindergarten. She was in second grade at a different school at the time. After recognizing me she asked, "What are you doing here?" Without hesitation I answered, "I'm here to pray." I was pleased to see that she was there with her family to pray as well.
      We need to realize that it is more than just "going" to church - it's our participation at church and prayer relationship with the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. And yet it is even more than that - it's our common union with all those with us at church that magnifies our prayers, giving us strength and comfort.
      With all the troubles in this world today, there is no denying we need more prayers. In the words of Archbishop Jerome Listecki, "I want to invite you during the next two months to pray with me and seize this opportunity for us to pray together for peace and the family, to pray for human life, to pray for marriage and for religious freedom. For 54 days, we will join a national rosary novena. This powerful personal prayer can be said privately or as a family or in community. It can be prayed at home, in transit or in the parish...Imagine the power of our collective prayer. Our prayer gives us strength and comfort, especially when we place ourselves in the care of Mary our mother."
God bless you,
Jack Nelson


 Thursday, October 4 
  Final deadline to order Fair t-shirts

  Friday, October 5
  No Bus Day - Staggered Dismissal (details below)    
  Communion Service, 8:00am, Church
  Middle School Smoothie Sale sponsored by Student       Council, $3.00
 Saturday, October 6
   First Reconciliation Retreat, 9:00am, Church

 Monday, October 8   No Bus Day - Staggered Dismissal (details below)

 Friday, October 12   Living Rosary, 8:00am, Church
   AR Deadline
   End of 1st Quarter

 Wednesday, October 17   Open House with Guided Tours, details above

 F riday, October 19
  PreK - 5th Parent Conferences
  No School for PreK - 5th grades 

 Monday, October 22   6th - 8th Parent Conferences
   No School for 6th - 8th grades 


  •  All students will arrive in the carpool lines
  •  Before care will provide service
  • After care and after school activities will occur on this day 
  • After care and after school activity students will remain on campus and in homeroom until dismissal time
  •  Parents will park and pick up children directly from the classroom
  •  Students who carpool will go to the youngest carpooler's classroom at the youngest carpooler's time of dismissal (schedule below)
  •  All students will be signed out from the homeroom they are picked up from according to the schedule below
  •  1:10-1:30- PreK, K, 1st and older carpoolers dismissal
  •  1:50-2:10- 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and older carpoolers
  •  2:50-3:10- 6th, 7th and 8th graders
Parents, for the safety of all students:
  • Please utilize the carpool line and refrain from walking your child to the class
  • Please have students remain seated until your car comes to a stop and your child is ready to exit your car


  • Parent Conferences for PreK - 5th grade students will be held on Friday, October 19th.  PreK - 5th graders will not attend school this day.
  • Parent Conferences for 6th - 8th grade students will be held on Monday, October 22nd. 
    Sixth - eighth grade students will not attend school this day.
  • Please use this LINK to sign up for a conference (see tabs across the top of sign-up to access specific grades). 
  • Sign-up opens tomorrow, Friday, October 5th.
  • Sign-up must be completed prior to Tuesday, October 16th at 3:00pm.

October cafeteria payments are due now . All school meal payments are due in advance. Please remember to send extra funds for seconds and extra items.
October Lunch prices :
Full price - $66.00, Reduced price - $8.80
October Breakfast prices:
Full price - $40.70, Reduced price - $6.60
  • Cash and Check payments are accepted at school.
  • Online credit card and bank draft payments are available at www.myschoolbucks.com.
  • All families are encouraged to set up alerts and monitor your students' cafeteria purchases at  www.myschoolbucks.comIt is not necessary to make payments in order to set up an account.
       Adult meal price - $5.50 - exact amount or check only.
Grandparent's Day
Friday, November 9th 

* St. George will host Grandparent's Day on November 9th for Kindergarten - 8th grade.
* Pre-K will host their own Grandparent's Day and will not participate on November 9th.

  • Invites are forthcoming and each family will receive 3 invites
  • Volunteers are needed for Grandparent's Day
  • Golf carts and golf cart drivers are need for Grandparent's Day
  • Many volunteer opportunities are available
  • If you would like to help on this special day, email Melissa Terrell (melissaruizterrell@gmail.com), Home and School Association Special Events Coordinator.
Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to hosting our grandparents and special friends on November 9th!
Friday, October 5
Sponsored by Student Council
BSA Scout Troop 136 at St. George is open to youth ages 11-18, no prior scouting experience is required. Join a large, active troop with over 30 Scouts and go on monthly outings. Meetings are held every Wednesday at 7:00 pm at St. George. Troop 136 would also like to begin training adults interested in leading the girl's troop which will be formed in February. Leaders must be an individual of good character.
Students are very  fortunate to have a 1:1 learning environment at St. George School for grades 4-8.
Damage to the Chro
mebooks such as a cracked screen will result in a $50 fee as per the Acceptable Use Policy.
Parents, please remind your children to take great care of the Chromebooks.
Students, please be mindful of just how easily an accident can occur.  Please remember to care for the technology like it is your own. 

Come support your lady Dragons at our "Groovin' to the Championship" Basketball Tournament! Games start 10/4 with Championship games to be held on 10/7/18. Enjoy fun 70's music in your disco or flower child attire. Who knows, there might even be prizes for the best costume! 

Boys Basketball Tryout Sign Up- https://goo.gl/forms/3VyMBjqdDImQJ7EG3

Boys Basketball Coaches Sign Up- https://goo.gl/forms/OJSsEmNZcvfSuGP12
Morning Receptionist Needed - St. George Church Office

St. George Church has an immediate opening for an experienced receptionist. This is a 
23 hour/week position, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The receptionist serves as the church's first point of contact with church members and the general public. The successful candidate will be a motivated self-starter with a kind and professional demeanor, and will possess a positive attitude and excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. He or she must be able to remain productive with minimal supervision, and able to work as part of the church ministerial team. He or she must have strong computer skills, familiar with the Windows operating system and be proficient with Microsoft Office. Interested applicants should send resume to: Martin Hernandez, Director of Administration at martinh@st-george.org or fill out an application at the Church Office.

OCTOBER 26, 27 & 28
St. George School is responsible for the 
which raffles off assorted 
themed baskets.

Theme Basket Sponsors:
It's a Date ~ PRE -K
Barbie/Princess/Disney/Lego/Transformer/Hot Wheels ~ K
Saints ~ 1A & 1B
Holidays ~ 1C & 1D
Gift Cards ~ Second Grade
Family Night Entertainment ~ Third Grade
Louisiana ~ Fourth Grade
Sports and Leisure ~ Fifth Grade
LSU ~ Sixth Grade
Chocolate Basket ~ Seventh Grade
Lottery scratch-off tickets ~ Eighth Grade
* Ride Bracelets     * Food & Drink Tickets   

* Fair T-Shirts - Final Order Deadline - Thursday, October 4th
T-Shirts will be delivered the week of the Fair

The following booths are in need of a chairperson:
* Basketball Throw 10"       * Disc Golf       * Football Throw     * Lucky Pick
* Tic Tac Toe        * Tin Can Toss      * Wheel of Fortune      * High Low Card Game
* Leap Frog      * Muffin Toss      * Ring Toss      * Kiddieland
Contact Terri or Julie at (tgbarksdale@gmail.com) or (jujuterrell@aol.com) to volunteer to chair one of these booths.

ARTS & CRAFTs BOOTH: The Arts and Craft Booth is in need of donations of craft items to be sold in the booth at the Fair. Bring donations to the Church office.

Books are needed to sell. Please bring book donations to the Church office.
Keep up with the happenings around St. George by reading the St. George Catholic Church Bulletin HERE.
                                         Bishop Robert Barron's
Walk through the Liturgy and be transformed through insights on this privileged and intimate encounter with our Lord Jesus Christ. 
The Mass will help you understand how to fully, consciously, and actively participate in the source and summit of the Christian life.
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in the Parish Office
October 14th and 21st - Note date change from Oct. 7th
                 November 4th and 18th
                 December 2nd, if needed
St. George Catholic School
(225) 293-1298 School Office
(225) 293-9822 PreK Office