DragonTales  Weekly Newsletter
May 24, 2018

Dear St. George Families,
When "Thank You!" just isn't enough! Entering the last day of school, I am at a bit of a loss to express thanks and appreciation from teachers, staff, and myself, to all of you for all you do. We have enjoyed a terrific school year with many accomplishments, challenges, and opportunities for improvement. It has been very rewarding to see how much your children have grown spiritually, academically, physically, and emotionally. We could not accomplish all we do without YOU!
Last week we promoted 115 outstanding eighth graders and we want to offer a special word of thanks to those parents who are also "being promoted" from St. George Catholic School. Many are former committee members, fair workers, Home & School leaders, coaches and volunteers. They have been generous stewards selflessly donating their time, talent, and treasure to support our parish and school.
We have an outstanding faculty and support staff! Nothing is more important in your child's education than the person in the classroom with them. We have excellent teachers not only concerned with your child's academic growth but also their spiritual development. They are truly people who make a difference in the life of your child.
We are blessed each day with 1094 terrific young people who enter our doors to be educated. They come to school wanting to learn, they know why they are here, and they use their God-given gifts to learn, to serve, and to make a difference. We love our students!
"Thank you" cannot adequately express appreciation to all who make St. George such a great place. But other words won't carry the same meaning of heartfelt appreciation. Thank you for a great school year! May God continue to bless your family.
Jack Nelson

2018 Summer Reading Program 
Once again, St. George will require students to participate in summer reading.  The benefits of reading during the summer months are plentiful, but most importantly it helps students to foster a love of reading and advances literacy and academic performance at the beginning of the school year.
Summer is the perfect time for students to catch up on a little reading and even get a step ahead in Accelerated Reader for the first 9 weeks.  Below, please find the link to the list of books with a corresponding grade level.  Students are asked to read the book assigned for the grade level they will be entering in 2018.  

◊         Last Day of School: Friday, May 25th  (NO BUS DAY)
          Arrival in carpool lanes 
          School Liturgy, 8:00 am     
          End-Of-Year Awards
          Dismissal from each student's homeroom classroom (10:00 - 10:30 am)
          No Aftercare Service ~ All students must be picked up by 10:30 am    

◊         REPORT CARDS & AWARDS NOT PICKED UP ON THE LAST                DAY OF SCHOOL:  Due to renovation of the school office, any report
          cards, awards, items not collected on the  last day of school will be held                and distributed to students during the first week of the new school year. 

◊        Summer office hours are Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 12:00 noon 
          School office closed Monday, May 28th - Friday, June 1st 

◊         The school office will be located in the library during the renovation.

         School Supply Order (Gr. 2 -8) Deadline: Thursday, May 31st.                        Order HERE . School supply kits will be delivered to the student's home              the week of July 16th.   

◊         Moving? Please be sure to change your address in RenWeb: 
          School Information / Web Forms / Family Demographic Form. 
          Address changes will be communicated to EBR over the summer in order
          for bus 
routes to be accurate.
◊         WANT TO VOLUNTEER NEXT SCHOOL YEAR?  The summer is a              great time to get all of your volunteer certification paperwork done,                      including your background check. Lines are shorter during the summer at            the State Police Office.  HERE  is the link to the school web site with the              requirements. Background check packets can be picked up in the school                office. Please contact Susan Giles if you have any questions.
◊        Used Uniform Sale:  Sunday, June 3rd, 1:00pm- 3:00pm.   
          Used Uniform Sale Details HERE
          Sign Up to assist at the Used Uniform Sale HERE
All medicine in the nurses office must be picked up BEFORE tomorrow,  Friday, May 25th at  10:00 am. Any medicine remaining in the office after 10:00 am will be discarded  Friday afternoon! 

Please check with your doctor's office to see if your child needs any immunizations, and schedule them as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary delay toward the beginning of the next school year.

SGS Summer Music Programs Are Still Enrollin g !
Want to further your musical aspirations through fun and innovative summer study?
Register TODAY for SGS Summer Band Program HERE and 
SGS Summer Vocal Academy HERE
Questions?  Email Jan Dupre, jan.dupre@sgschoolbr.org


Do you want to be a Room Mom or a
Cafeteria Angel next year?   Have you ever wanted to help in the library or be on the Baker's Committee?
Don't miss your chance to sign up for these committees and many more on the Summer Online Signup coming to your inbox in June!

St. George Gym (New Location)
SALE: Sunday, June 3rd, 1:00 PM- 3:00 PM
UNIFORM DROPOFF: Saturday, June 2nd, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM MONEY/ITEM PICKUP: Sunday, June 3rd, 4:30 PM - 5:00 PM

8 new doll uniforms for sale @ $24 each
Contact Julie Walsh
Fits 14inch doll (American Girl)
and retail @ $32

Tumbling Tigers Gymnastics will be offering an after school program for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.  This program will be offered to all Pre-K students and held in the new building.  Please see flyer HERE for details.

Keep up with the happenings around St. George by reading the St. George Catholic Church Bulletin HERE.
The faculty and staff of SGS wish all families
a blessed and safe summer!
St. George Catholic School
(225) 293-1298