Thursday, October 29, 2020
Principal's Message
Grandparents are such an important part of our lives and although we cannot have them on campus this year for Grandparent’s Day, we are still planning to celebrate them. Every student at St. George School, from PreK-8th grade, is working on a special surprise message for their grandparents. These special messages will be mailed to two sets of grandparents on November 13th, so make sure you send their addresses to your child(ren)’s teacher by November 9th. If you have more than two sets of grandparents, please feel free to make extras at home.  

This is just one way that we are continuing our traditions at St. George. St. George School is built on the traditions and history of the past 60 years and our goal is to keep those traditions alive. They might be a little different this year, but that is often how we keep them exciting and engaging. This week, the 5th graders led the school community in the traditional Living Rosary and the 3rd graders will participate in their traditional Litany of the Saints this Friday. These are the things that make a community, and we are committed to keeping these traditions going as they have in the past and long into the future.  

Mrs. Fontenot
Upcoming Events
New Student Applications Available November 1
October Stewardship Project
Dragons for St. Jude
"Socking It to Childhood Cancer"
Many thanks to the St. George School community for raising $2,671.78 for
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital through our October Stewardship Project. Thank you SGS students and parents for your generous donations. Together, we raised enough money to help cover the cost of 16 days of oxygen for a St. Jude patient.
St. George Church and School Benefit Raffle
School Lunch News
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