NOVEMBER 18, 2021
A lesson from our second graders:

Last Friday during school mass, Father Yi posed this scenario to the 2nd graders, “I know some of you have siblings, and you might disagree with each other, you might squabble or fight. How do you come back as one?”

The second graders, in their wisdom, responded:
"Get away from each other."
"Spend time in your room to chill out."
"Read the bible in your room."
"Forgive them."
"Go outside and walk it off."
"Take 10 deep breaths."

Father Yi continued to explain that when you disagree, you might get angry, you could go to your room and do these things, but eventually you should pray and forgive. Jesus said, “I pray that they may be one.”

After discussing different prayers and asking the students if they remembered the Act of Contrition, the whole 2nd grade class spontaneously began to recite the Act of Contrition aloud in unison.

The sound of this was heavenly and I think everyone in the church was touched by this beautiful example of our faith. 

Father Yi then reminded all of us that this is what makes us one. Prayer and forgiveness. 

Mrs. Fontenot
Important Dates
Bus Service Provided Friday, December 17th
NOTE: EBR Parish Transportation WILL provide bus service on the December 17th for the AM pick up & early dismissal @10:30 AM.
Thanksgiving Stewardship Project Thank You
Thank you to all St. George School families, the faculty and staff for generously donating to our November stewardship project. Everyone's generosity helped us to prepare 37 Thanksgiving meal boxes complete with a gift card to purchase a ham or turkey, and LOTS of extra food to restock the
St. Vincent de Paul pantry here at St. George. Many area families will be blessed this Thanksgiving.
For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me. (Matthew 25:35)
New Student Online Application Portal Open
Child Nutrition Program Notes
Athletic Dragon News
Athletic Board Meeting:
The next athletic board meeting will be held Wednesday, December 1 at 6:30 in the school library. If you are interested in becoming more involved in the athletic department please plan on attending, or contact board president Mark Emonet. We would love to have many new faces in attendance to learn more about how you can help contribute to the success of athletics at St. George.

Congratulations to all the fall sports teams on a very successful fall sports season!! All the student-athletes worked hard in their respective sports and the athletic department is proud of all their efforts and accomplishments!

Fall Sports Uniform Return:
There is a tub in the front office and one in the gym outside of the home team locker room where uniforms may be returned. Make sure the uniforms are clean and placed in a large zip lock bag labeled with your athlete’s name and grade. Please do not use a post it note to label as they tend to fall off the bag. A parent may bring it to the office during normal office hours or you may send it with your child, just make sure your son/daughter does not leave it anywhere on campus other than one of the tubs!! It is their responsibility to make sure it is returned and placed in the tub.

Girls basketball uniforms are due back no later than tomorrow 11/19

Football and cross country uniforms are due back by Friday 12/3.
3rd & 4th Grade Girls Flag Football
If you have not sent in your daughter's t-shirt size please complete the form no later than tonight. The order will be placed tomorrow! 

Boys Basketball:
This year we have 20 boys basketball teams in 3rd-8th grade participating in what will be a full, fun and hopefully successful boys basketball season!! The boys have started working hard in practices, and games will begin when we return from the Thanksgiving break! Uniforms will be distributed during practices over the next week.  

Below is the online registration link to complete the registration and payment process for your son to play basketball, if you have not already completed it please do so soon.

The athletic department is very thankful for all the support and help given throughout the year!

We hope you and your family have a Happy Thanksgiving and are able to spend some quality time with your loved ones!

Spirit Shop Link: The spirit shop will close this Monday, 11/22 so be sure to place your order soon!!
Lost and Found Items
If any of these items belong to your student, please have them retrieve their lost item from the lost and found box in the cafeteria.
Items not retrieved by Thursday, December 2 will be discarded.
St. George Auction - February 5, 2022
Pancake Breakfast with Santa
Dragon Hearts Club Toy Drive at Breakfast with Santa

Saturday, December 11, 2021
Cafeteria Lobby During Breakfast with Santa

Please bring a new, unwrapped toy to Breakfast with Santa for our Dragon Hearts Club Toy Drive. All Families are welcome to participate. Toys will go to the St. Vincent DePaul Toy Drive.
Middle School Youth Group Event - November 19th
Knights of Columbus Council #4030 Invites New Members
St. George Parish Cookbooks On Sale
Holiday Volleyball Camp - St. Joseph's Academy
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