Parent Bulletin
September 3, 2020

The teachers, staff, and I have spent the past 72 hours in intense meetings for our annual Faculty Inservice week. We not only went over our usual discussions of policies and procedures, but for this unique year we spent the majority of time this week (and earlier in August) on our new online-learning plan and further training on using Microsoft Teams effectively. We realize you parents have also been learning how Teams works, so your can assist your child when remote lessons begin next week. Thanks for all you're doing to partner with us as we establish a rigorous, effective, smooth-running online-learning plan this fall.

Please take special note of the information in this bulletin which explains the special schedules and the important student gatherings/lessons and parent meetings that take place next week. This year is so different in how the school year is starting, that you'll want to carefully read the schedules and plans below for September 8-11, and add a lot of reminders to your family calendar.

I am excited to see you and your kids again after all these months! When you come by Tuesday for Passport Day, you're welcome to have your family come into the office area and say hello to Mr. Fuerte and me. (Please see my "p.s." below for signing up for your personalized appointment on Tuesday with your child's teacher. Thanks for having your child wear his/her school uniform on Tuesday and for stopping at the front entrance for a photo-shoot.)

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The unsure beginning of this strange and difficult school year requires supernatural help to get your kids and us adults through this time in a positive, safe, and productive manner. Have you considered asking your guardian angel to protect and guide you, and having your children do the same with their angels? I’d like to explain why these might be smart and vital actions to take.

Three hundred years after Christ, St. Basil stated:
"Beside each believer stands an angel as protector and shepherd leading him to life.”

In later years, St. Thomas Aquinas declared:
The angels work together for the benefit of us all.”

Somewhat like having a personal bodyguard, your guardian angel can protect you from danger, ward off assailants, and keep you safe in various situations. Better than a bodyguard, your angel can give you moral guidance, strengthen you against temptation, remind you of God’s care for you, and help you bring your needs to God.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states the following about the existence of angels:

The existence of the spiritual, non-corporeal beings that Sacred Scripture usually calls ‘angels’ is a truth of faith. The witness of Scripture is as clear as the unanimity of Tradition…With their whole beings the angels are servants and messengers of God… As purely spiritual creatures, angels have intelligence and will: they are personal and immortal creatures, surpassing in perfection all visible creatures, as the splendor of their glory bears witness… Angels have been present since creation and throughout the history of salvation, announcing this salvation from afar or near and serving the accomplishment of the divine plan…The whole life of the Church benefits from the mysterious and powerful help of angels… From its beginning until death, human life is surrounded by their watchful care and intercession. Beside each believer stands an angel as protector and shepherd leading him to life… The Church venerates the angels who help the Church on her earthly pilgrimage and protect every human being.” (Catechism 328-352)

In the Bible, we read about guardian angels in various scripture accounts in Exodus, Daniel, Tobit and Psalms. In Acts 12, you can read a miraculous account of Peter's guardian angel keeping him from being murdered. Of course, we all remember the New Testament accounts of angels coming to Mary and Joseph, such as:
Behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream…”

“The angel Gabriel was sent from God to a virgin named Mary, and he came to her and said, ‘Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with you!..”

Our Faith has us believe that all men and women, all boys and girls, have a guardian angel. Our guardian angels give us guidance and protection to better ensure that we will reach heaven. Nowadays, most people neglect to turn to the angels God gave us, and that is such a waste of this special aid. This is a great article which lists 20 things guardian angels do for us, including protecting us from harm, emboldening us, bringing us closer to God, and strengthening our minds.

One way to foster a relationship with one’s guardian angel is to pray to the angel to intercede for us as well as to engage in conversation with our angel. This is why we have our kindergarteners learn about guardian angels and memorize this famous prayer:

Angel of God, my guardian dear, to whom God's love commits me here, ever this day, be at my side to light and guard, to rule and guide.”

Not only do we adults need to go back to our childhood ways and pray the guardian angel prayer as we ask our guardian angel to intercede for us, but parents need to make sure their kids do the same with their own guardian angels.

There is no better time for your children to receive extra encouragement and guidance from their angels than today, when your kids are dealing with the anxiety and concern of online-learning, COVID-caused isolation, and a new school year. I encourage parents to teach their children through family prayer and through your personal example to turn to the angel we have each been given when one is afraid or needs guidance.

It's important to stress that we’re not asking the angel to answer our prayer but we're asking our angel to go to God with our prayer and surround us with love. We also need to clarify with children that guardian angels are not magical, and that we can't simply talk to our angel and nothing bad will ever happen. Angels are here to be with us, but they cannot act for us or for others, and so sometimes our angel’s job is to give us comfort when something bad does happen.

Dr. Raymond A. Moody, in his book The Light Beyond, discusses interviews he conducted with children who have had near-death experiences and often report seeing guardian angels who comfort and guide them through those experiences. Children who encounter guardian angels often emerge from the experiences marked by new happiness and hopefulness, says Moody. He writes that these kids are happier and more hopeful than the rest of those around them.

2020 might be the most devastating, distressing, and damaging year in our lifetimes, and certainly in our children’s lifetimes. Because of this hardship, we need to take advantage of any and all spiritual resources available – from daily prayer, to receiving the Eucharist at Mass, and to calling for the protection from the angels.

My hope is that parents will bring the guardian angels closer to their families during these trying times. Besides the above famous prayer, I have this prayer that you and your children may pray to your angels as a regular part of your week:

Dear Guardian Angel,
My good and loyal friend, you have been with me since I was born and are always by my side. You are my own personal guardian, given to me by God as my guide and protector. You see the dangers that trouble my path and you help me to avoid evil. Please pray for my spiritual growth and protect me from physical evils as I go about my daily work. You will be with me all my life and at the hour of my death, and for this I am grateful for God’s gift of you to me.

Blessings on your day,

Don't miss watching our new VIDEO about starting the new school year!

Last week, parents were sent the 2020-21 Class Lists, and to go along with finding out whom your child’s new teacher is going to be, you also were given the opportunity to choose the best time for your family to meet the teacher in his/her classroom this coming Tuesday - Passport Day. Please go to this SignUpGenius page if you haven't yet done so, scroll through the tabs at the top to find your child’s new homeroom, and pick the 15-minute time-slot that will work best for your family. It is vital that every family - with their child in school uniform - attend a Passport Day appointment this Tuesday!


Tuesday, September 8
  • School Begins! Passport Day!
  • Families arrive directly to homerooms based on the time you reserved via SignUpGenius
  • Thanks for wearing masks, as required per the state.
  • Students are to wear their school uniforms.
  • Please stop at the front entrance of the main building to have your child's photo taken by the office staff.
  • Please bring your empty backpack as well as tote bags or boxes to be able to hold all the books the teachers will be sending home.
  • Curriculum Night for Gr. 7 & 8 parents begins at 6:30PM on Microsoft Teams; the teachers will send you log-in information; expect to meet until as late at 8:30.
  • Curriculum Night for Kindergarten parents begins at 7:00PM on Microsoft Teams; your teacher will send you log-in information; the meeting lasts about an hour.

Wednesday, September 9
  • Online classes run today from 8:30-10:00AM only for gr. K-8 students whose last name begins with A-L
  • Online classes run today from 12:00-1:30PM only for gr. K-8 students whose last name begins with M-Z
  • Curriculum Meeting for PreK parents is today; Mrs. Blank will send you information on your choice of two meeting times (choose 9AM in-person or 7PM virtual); meetings are for parents only; no children please.

Thursday, September 10
  • Grade K-8 online classes being today with the regular, full day schedules:
  • Grades K-2 will begin each day at 9:10; Grades K-2 will end the day with a 1:30-2:30 homework hour, with students working independently; Teachers’ virtual office hours will most often be from 2:30-3:30.
  • Grades 3-5 will begin each day at 8:10; Grades 3-5 will end the day with a 1:30-2:30 homework hour, with students working independently; Teachers’ virtual office hours will most often be from 12:30-1:30.
  • Grades 6-8 will begin each day at 10:00; Grades 6-8 will end the day with a 3:30-4:30 homework hour, with students working independently; Teachers’ virtual office hours will most often be from 9:00-10:00.
  • Curriculum Meetings for gr. 1-6 parents will be held virtually on Teams tonight; choose your time to log-in to your child's teacher - 6:00PM or 7:30PM (the sessions are repeated; each session lasts no more than an hour); the teachers will send you log-in information.
  • Pre-Kindergarten students whose last name begins with A-H have class in-person with Mrs. Blank and Mrs. Zambrano from 8:15-11:45.

Friday, September 11
  • Pre-Kindergarten students whose last name begins with I-Z have class in-person with Mrs. Blank and Mrs. Zambrano from 8:15-11:45.

Thursday, September 17
  • School Commission and Parents' Club hold their first meetings of the year; on Teams at 7:00PM; all parents are welcome to join in. Log-in information will be announced prior to the meeting.

Saturday, September 19
  • Saturday Spruce-Up of the parish and school grounds is today from 8AM-12PM; please arrive at the north wing of the original school will work gloves, rakes, weed digging tools, and other gardening equipment you may have.
  • School is open and accessible from 8AM-3PM only for parents whose children's teachers have asked them to drop-off and/or pick-up students' assignments on each child's desk

Passport Day This Tuesday Begins Our 59th Year!
School begins for all grade PK-8 students this Tuesday, September 8, with our special Passport Day. This historically has been a morning for every St. Louise student and at least one of his/her parents to meet in the parish hall to pick up a “passport” from Mr. Fitz, and then to tour the school, meeting new teachers, learning where all the classrooms are, and dropping off all the school supplies in the student’s desk. But there are major changes this year!

We ask each school family to go to our SignUpGenius site now and choose a specific appointment time on September 8, when you and your child(ren) will come directly to your child's homeroom teacher.

  • Grade K-8 students won't have any school supplies to drop off at this time, but we do need you to bring your empty backpack along with some tote bags or boxes, so you'll be able to carry all your textbooks the teachers will be sending home
  • Grade 6-8 students will drop off their summer learning reading assignments to Mrs. Patterson or Mr. Gallant. After meeting your child's new homework teacher, you'll be given all the textbooks, workbooks, and materials necessary to bring home to get started with online-learning.
  • In addition, our 7th and 8th graders are to pick-up their laptops in the school library, with their parents signing an agreement form. If you have a K-6 student who doesn't have a laptop at home, the school has a limited number of loaner laptops. You are asked to email both Mr. Kirby and Mr. Fuerte by tonight to request your loaner.
  • We ask students to please wear their school uniform on Passport Day. (It's always smart to make a good first impression when you meet your new teacher!) And per the state requirement, thanks for all family members wearing face coverings.
  • When you arrive Tuesday - only through the front doors of the main building for grades K-8 - you will be greeted by Mrs. Bowers from the office who will be taking individual photos of all students, to be used by teachers for their Teams rosters.
  • Grade PreK families are to bring in their school supplies to Mrs. Blank's room on Tuesday.

Then continuing into the rest of the days next week...

The second day of school, Wednesday, September 9, sees our K-8 students beginning online-lessons, but with an abbreviated schedule. This is a day for the teacher to meet online in small groups with only half of his/her students at a time, to go over the do’s & don’ts and the how’s & why’s of connecting on Teams and holding daily classes online. Therefore, expect your child to log-into remote-school for 60-90 minutes this Wednesday, at these times based on the first letter of your child’s last name:

  • Students with last names beginning with A-L – you will connect online with your homeroom teacher at 8:30AM.

  • Students with last names beginning with M-Z – you will connect online with your homeroom teacher at 12:00PM.

On Thursday, September 10, school will begin running the regular, full-day schedule for all K-8 students. Regarding the school schedule, there will be a staggered start and stop time for different grade levels, which is necessary in order to make all the teachers’ interconnected class schedules work. Starting on September 10, we will use these school times:

  • Grades K-2 will begin each day at 9:10 and end each day at 1:30 (for classes) and 2:30/3:30 (for independent work time/teachers' office hours).

  • Grades 3-5 will begin each day at 8:10 and end each day at 12:30 (for classes) and 1:30/2:30 (for independent work time/teachers' office hours).

  • Grades 6-8 will begin each day at 10:00 and end each day at 3:30 (for classes) and 4:30 (for independent work time).

PreK students and parents have different times and events taking place from September 9-11. Please refer to the information Mrs. Blank is sending you.
St. Louise School welcomes a number of newly enrolled school families this year!

Thank you, veteran school parents, for making the newest parents in our St. Louise community welcome by reaching out to say hello. (New school families, if you haven't yet done so, please email Cindy Wagner with a family photo and your bio.)

Above, we introduce you to the Banic Family, who tell us about themselves:

"Tony and Leslie are natives of Alaska and Washington, and Tony is a Seattle U alumni. We live in Issaquah and own and operate Banic Chiropractic and Massage Clinic. Our kids, Marko (15) and Kate - who will be in 7th grade - attended Issaquah public schools and participated in Faith Formation through St. Joseph. Kate and her brother have been providing and serving meals at CCS Issaquah Community program for the past few years and have really gotten attached to the guests. This has given Kate a passion to serve, which we hope St. Louise School will cultivate. As a family, we take every opportunity to go boating, biking, skiing, atv-ing, and to the Oregon coast. We love hosting friends and family for parties and holidays and spending time with our mini Aussies."

Below, let us introduce you to the Wang Family, and share you their story:

"Our daughter, May, will be in 6th grade at St. Louise. In October 2018, in order to pursue a more civilized, healthier, and free life, our family moved to the USA decisively. We, Penny and De, thank the United States for accepting us generously. My kids enjoy the air, school education, culture, loving community, and everything here! We quickly adapted and love life here, definitely here is our new hometown!"
Curriculum Nights for Parents
We are holding our opening week "Curriculum Night" meetings for parents over Microsoft Teams this year.

Your grade level teacher will inform you of the specific sign-in link on Teams, with the following dates and times to virtually meet for curriculum and back-to-school-info meetings:

  • Kindergarten - September 8, 7:00PM
  • Grades 7 & 8 - September 8, 6:30PM
  • Pre-K - September 9, choose from 9:00AM or 7:00PM
  • Grades 1-6 - September 10, choose from 6:00PM and 7:30PM
Auction News
Although our Auction this school year is being postponed from November to April, we still will need to have all school families secure their MINIMUM auction donations/procurements at this time. In June, all returning school families were asked to commit to their minimum donations for SKYBALL. Now that we're in September, we ask for all newly enrolled school families at this time to turn in their minimum donations. Your donations can be one of two ways:

1.      Make a Cash Donation by clicking here.
2.      Commit to donating an item, certificate, wish list or gift list by filling out your procurement form here.
The minimum donation required is $225, and if you'd like your kiddos to receive the coveted benefit of Free Dress for a date TBD, you'll want to donate $400 in cash or item value.
Physical items and gift certificates - from both returning school families and new families - are due to the auction office by September 18.

For more information about our event - which will now be held on April 17, 2021 - please visit our website! You'll find info on gift registries, sponsorships, etc. Please contact me if you have questions about donating to the Auction.Thank you so much for your incredibly generous support!

St. Louise Parent & Auction Director
Remember to Update Your Child's Immunizations

For parents of all incoming 7th graders, a reminder that the state is requiring a booster Tdap. This is a change this year. Last year it was required entering 6th grade, so if your child received it last year when entering 6th grade, you are up-to-date. Please forward Jane the date your child received this booster by no later than the end of August.

The Archdiocese of Seattle updated its immunizations policies recently, and while Washington State allows exemptions for immunizations, the Archdiocese, following the Catholic Church’s support of immunization for the good of all, no longer accepts religious, personal, or philosophical exemptions in our Catholic schools. Medical exemptions are still allowed with a Washington State form on file. The Archdiocese honors all five types of health care providers who can sign a medical exemption form - a qualified MD, ND, DO, ARNP, or PA licensed in Washington State. Students in the Seattle Archdiocese – which includes St. Louise School - must show evidence of vaccination at this time. If you have any questions, please contact Jane.
Subscribe to Our Always-Updating Calendar & Check Out our Updated Policies
With COVID-precautions and government mandates causing us to cancel or postpone many school events or programs, it's important that school parents have the virtual version of the school calendar downloaded to your computer/smartphone. In this way, you'll get real-time notice of changes in the school calendar.

Simply click on the “Subscribe” link found on our website’s Events/Calendar page:

The school's Policies and Guidelines document for 2020-21 has been updated and is able to be viewed HERE. Please note that any temporary alterations or pauses of certain policies or procedures due to the current COVID-precaution period and online-learning situation in which we find ourselves, supersede those policies and procedures stated in this document for the time being, based on school administration announcements.
Thanks for Setting Up Your Child's Home Computer and Technology Needs
In the past two weeks, parents have been sent vital emails with attachments from Mr. Fuerte, as he and Mr. Kirby are heading-up the technology component of our online-learning plan. Along with some webinars the two also held earlier this week, all of this provided information is to help parents of K-8 students set up their child's technology at home, log-into Microsoft Teams, download vital programs on their child's home computer, and make sure their child will be able to fully participate in online-learning beginning next week.

Every student has been assigned to a Microsoft Teams account. These accounts in grades K-4 are for the parents to use as they help to collaborate with the teacher for live lessons. Whereas, grades 5-8 students should be able to independently use the Teams account.

If you have questions about what is expected technology-wise in each K-8 home, please email and Thanks for all your hard work (and purchases) to make sure your child will be successful when learning remotely for the time being!
Opt-In Now to Receive Emergency Texts from School
St. Louise School uses a messaging-app as a notification system for emergency messages or important announcements. This system allows the school to send a text message and/or email message to the contact information the parent has on file with the school. You will not find St. Louise’s notifications regarding closures or late-starts on TV or radio stations; parents will only be notified via our group texting service through and/or through a group email from school. School parents must opt-in to our emergency texting service by texting the word YES to 87569. Only then, will parents be sure to receive texts from St. Louise during emergencies.
Parents New to St. Louise, Don't Forget Your Required Training
A required task each school parent must complete is the online Background Check process. This process helps confirm the safety of our students when parents are helping at school, coaching a team, supervising an after-school program, or even driving on a fieldtrip. (By the way, all of our employees undergo this same background check process.) Background checks are run through the Seattle Archdiocese’s “Safe Environment” office and their “VIRTUS” program. If you haven’t yet done so, to begin this background check process please click on the “Required Background Check” link on the right-hand side of this web page:

Each parent in the family must go online and register separately with VIRTUS. Besides answering questions, both mom and dad will also be asked to read Archdiocesan policies on safety, and then to each register for an initial 2-hour training session – called “Protecting God’s Children for Adults.” Please sign up for this training class at a King County parish that works with your schedule - but that takes place no later than September. Due to COVID, these required training sessions all new school parents are being held online this year. Please sign up for your class now: Please contact Tracy and Mindy in the school office if you have questions about the background check process.
Exciting News about CYO Cross Country
Even though there will not be an "in-person" Cross Country season, CYO has come up with a “virtual" Cross Country season that sounds really exciting for your grade K-8 child to join! Please read the following letter from the St. Louise CYO Cross Country Coordinator, Amy Wilken...

Dear K-8 Parents,
Our St. Louise team has been CYO Cross Country Champions these past 5 years, and there is no reason why we can’t try to be the "virtual" CYO Cross Country Champions this year!

Because this is virtual, there will be no in-person practices or meets. The participation in the program will rely heavily on members of each household (parents, responsible family members) to support our young athletes to run distances on their own, and send their run times to their coaches. Our cross country coaches will post all the times on each week and coaches from all the other schools will be doing the same.  Here is a video from the Director or CYO Sports, Scott Bailey, encouraging families to sign-up for Cross Country.

You may sign-up your grade K-8 child HERE. Registration is free!

If you would like a CYO Cross Country t-shirt, there is a $15 charge. (Note: These t-shirts are different than last year's red St. Louise team t-shirts. These new shirts will be designed by CYO Athletics and will be the same for all CYO Seattle schools.)

The CYO Cross Country season will have four virtual meets:
  1. Meet 1 – September 15 – September 20
  2. Meet 2 – September 22 – September 27
  3. Meet 3 – September 29 – October 4
  4. Meet 4 – October 6 – October 11
Each Meet will be set-up as its own virtual event in with the following events per grade:
  • Kindergarten - 0.25 mile
  • Grade 1 - 0.25 mile
  • Grade 2 - 0.5 mile
  • Grade 3 - 0.5 mile
  • Grade 4 – 1 mile
  • Grade 5 – 1 mile
  • Grade 6 – 1.5 miles
  • Grade 7 – 1.5 miles
  • Grade 8 – 1.5 miles
  • There will be a 2.0 Mile Category open to all grades, with runners choosing to compete in the 2-mile race if they would like that added challenge.

There will be no distinction in using last year's different race locations (Woodland Park, Lake Sammamish State Park, Mt. Tahoma) and different league configurations, since in this virtual format, our varied geographic distances will no longer separate us from competing with all the schools in the greater Puget Sound area.

Course maps we have used at Woodland Park and Lake Sammamish State Park are already available on the CYO website. When you register, I will send your family more information. I also will send warm-up ideas, dynamic stretching, and different course options (Blueberry Farm, Robinswood, Lake Sammamish).

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Amy Wilken
Cross Country Coordinator
St. Louise School
Charger Cards Welcomes You to a New Year
With school being taught online to begin the new school year, Charger Cards will not be opening up our regular Friday morning sales window for now. However, the Charger Cards office - in the central wing hallway of the original school - will be accessible two days during each school week for in-person sales or pickups. Parents who wish to drop by for purchasing cards are asked to email Marsha at, and she will confirm the time on a Monday or Thursday when you can stop by the Charger Cards office for your transaction.

Volunteers who wish to earn volunteer hours by processing Charger Cards orders on Thursdays every week, or every-other week, may email Marsha. The number of volunteers in the office would be limited to two, and masks would be required.

Orders for cards may continue to be placed through, or by using the Drop-Off forms or Scrip-to-Go forms.
  • Drop-off forms and Scrip-to-Go forms are found in the school office.
  • Drop off forms are also found on
  • All drop off forms and payment (check or cash) should be left in the school office.
  • An updated Inventory-on-hand list can be found in the school office, and over 750 brands are available on
  • Families may also email with their order.

We order a new inventory of cards on Mondays, so to ensure we have your cards in stock, your orders must be placed online or dropped at the school office by 9AM Monday mornings; filled orders will be delivered to the school office for families to pick up that Thursday afternoon or all-day Friday.

Families who wish to place standing orders for the school year can fill out a Standing Order form and drop off both forms and checks at the school office. Forms are available in the school office or can be found on

Create an online family account. See Online Registration Instructions on You will need an enrollment code, so if you email our Charger Cards chairperson, Marsha, at, she will send you this private, unique code.

Register for Presto Pay or pay by credit card. PrestoPay is our online vendor’s version of PayPal. Registering for PrestoPay allows you to pay online so you can get “instant” printable/phone usable e-gift cards. See these Online Registration Instructions for Presto Pay.

Add the Raise Right app. This is an optional way to manage your gift cards. This enables you to purchase from your phone while shopping and pay from your phone. The mobile site also tracks/stores your scrip so you know what you have available to use!

Set up online payments by linking your bank account. You may set up your account in a matter of minutes and create a unique PIN to keep your account safe. There is a $0.15 fee on each transaction
To get set up:
  • Log in and select Dashboard > Payment Types on
  • Or Log in and select Menu > Payment Types on and follow the instructions.

You may also choose to pay with your credit card - Discover, Mastercard, or Visa. You can choose to save the card to your account for future purchases. There is a 2.6% fee on each transaction.

For more information on Charger Cards, please contact Marsha Rampersad-Zope, our Charger Card chairperson, and visit the webpage.
The School Yearbook for 2020-21 Can Use Your Photos
St. Louise's School Yearbook looks different this year! Like every other part of school, this year we've thrown out the rule book for the yearbook. We're going to work in monthly themes and ask you to upload your photos. 

First up, the 1st week of school. We've got this, parents! Please upload photos of your children in their at-home workstation, whatever that means at your house. For example, show us that your children are in their uniform polo shirts (and perhaps wearing shorts and slippers out of the computer video's view). Always feel free to get creative and go beyond our suggestions. Please upload by Friday, September 25. Here is how to upload:
  1. If you don't already have a TreeRing account, click HERE to create one (and see the purchase information below).
  2. Load them into the Shared Photos section of Treering. Select Shared Photo Folders. All folders are there for the year. We encourage everyone to load throughout the year.
  3. You must have a Treering account in order to contribute photos.
  4. TreeRing has made it even easier for users to submit photos through their mobile phone! Check out the capabilities here: Capabilities on Mobile Devices (Android, iOS/Apple, Mobile Browsers)

As a heads-up, here is the list of themes of photos we'd love to receive from you (subject to change). Don't let this structure prevent you from uploading any pictures about anything at any time. These themes are a guide of what we plan to include in the 2020-21 St. Louise School Yearbook.
  • September - Starting School Safely (1st week of school) - due Sept. 25
  • October – Happy Haunted Halloween
  • November – Terrific Thanksgiving Traditions
  • December – Colorful Christmas Children
  • January – Winter or Wet Wonderland?
  • February - Very Very Valentine
  • March - Practically Prefect (Saint) Patrick
  • April – Spinning Skyball in the Spring
  • May - Fantastic Flipping Flowers
  • All year – Other Remote Learning

Purchase Your Yearbook by September 30th to Get 10% Off

To purchase & customize your school yearbook:

Returning users who do not remember the email/password used last year for their TreeRing account can request a password reset here:

2) Enter St Louise passcode: 101439484318388

Regular price if purchased after September 30 is $25.00 (not including sales tax)

The yearbook will be published and distributed in June, 2021.

If you have questions, please contact our School Yearbook Co-Editors, Janey Rabon and Penny Williams.
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