Dear Parents,

As Catholics we are encouraged to read the Bible. In reading these words, we grow in our faith and in our relationship with God. Scripture reading is different for each of us. It is meant for us to learn from and to come to an understanding of how we can actively incorporate the lessons and messages of God into our daily lives and helps us to become more faithful people. Take some time this week to read a passage from the Bible and see what its meaning brings to you.

Quote from Pope Francis:

"We are all called to go out as missionaries and bring the message of God's love to every person in every area of life."

Faithfully Yours,

Miss Giaquinto

Important Dates:
  • January 19th~ Second Marking Period Ends
  • January 24th~ Report Cards go home
  • January 28th~ Sound Tiger ticket orders due
  • Friday, February 1st~ Sound Tigers SCSS Family Fun Night 7:00 pm ~ Spirit Wear orders due


Spirit Wear     

A new Spirit Wear link is available now through Friday, February  1st with delivery before February break.  Please see the flyer that went home in today's Thursday mail folder.

Please click on the link below to place your order!  Thank  you! 

Let's Celebrate Catholic 
Schools Week!
Sound Tigers SCSS Family Fun Nigh t
Friday, February 1st at 7:00 pm

Please see the flyer that went home in today's Thursday mail folder.  
Ticket orders are due to the office by  January, 28th! 

Make checks payable to SCSS (no cash please).

Save The Date
Friday, February 22, 2019
Annual Father-Daughter Dance

Join us for a night of food, dancing and sweets at our annual Father-Daughter Dance.

Open House  
Tuesday, January, 29th                              
Spread the word!           
We will have an open house on Tuesday, January 29th, from 8:30 am to 11:00 am. Please tell anyone who may be interested to stop by for a tour of our wonderful school and see what makes SCSS a great place to learn!

Dear Parents,

Cold and Flu season is here. Please monitor your child and if they have a fever, chills, headache, body aches, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, persistent cough and or a rash, please keep them home from school, in an effort to keep our school community healthy! The Sick policy is being sent home in your child's Thursday take-home folder. This is a helpful guide as to when your child should remain home from school. Please remember to send your child to school with a winter coat, hat and gloves.
Thank you,

Mrs. Hogan, RN                                                                                                                                                                                       
St.Catherine of Siena School

School Closings and Delays!

"Be who God meant for you to be and you will set the world on fire."

                              ~St. Catherine of Siena