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February 25, 2019
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Teachers are administering STAR tests to students this week.  It is important that students are here at school, fed and rested, ready to perform at their best.  These tests will be used to measure growth from the beginning of the year.  STAR reports will be sent home with Trimester 2 report cards in mid-March.  Thank you for your support.
 Monday, February 25  
* Black History Month Assembly
* 3:00 p.m. 1st-3rd Grades ...extended care fees apply   (Room 4B)  
* 3:00 p.m. MUSE Band practice (Parish Center Meeting Rooms)
Tuesday, February 26   
* Pizza Sales (Lunch)
* 3:00 p.m. Guitar Class ...extended care fees apply
* 3:00 p.m. Musical Theater (Dominican Hall)  
Wednesday, February 27   
* 7:30 a.m. Dr. Seuss Breakfast
* 3:00 p.m. Choir practice ...extended care fees apply (meet in Hall then proceed to Church)
Thursday, February 28
* 3rd Grade Retreat 
Friday, March 1  
* 8:00 a.m. Mass
* 6th Grade San Jose Field Trip
Tuesday, March 5
* Fat Tuesday
* End of 2nd Trimester
Wednesday, March 6 
* Ash Wednesday
* Start of 3rd Trimester
* 10:00 a.m. Mass 
Thursday, March 7
* Kindergarten Cap & Gown Pictures
Friday, March 8
* 8:00 a.m. Mass followed by Stations (5th Grade) 
* 6:00 p.m. Family Social 


FOLLOWING is an email scam that has occurred in one of our local parishes.
E-mail Scam
Please be aware of an ongoing phishing scam that involves emails purportedly from Father Robert. An actual sample is shown below. These are not from Father Robert and he is in no way associated with this email. Note the sender's email address is a gmail.com account. Father does not have a gmail.com account and would never ask you to email him so that he could ask you for a favor. It appears that the sender is phishing for valid email addresses and if you respond, the sender will follow up with a request for some sort of monetary assistance. In at least one instance, a request was made for gift cards. It's truly unfortunate that cyber criminals will attempt to exploit the generous nature of our community. There are common sense ways to avoid being scammed. If an e-mail contains an unusual request, contact the company (in this case, Father Robert or the parish office) directly. Do not use any phone number provided in the e-mail or click on any links in the email. In many, but not all cases, grammatical errors are present. For more information on phishing scams and email security, you can google (or search for) "recognizing phishing emails." The FBI website address to file an online Internet crime complaint: https://www.ic3.gov
Fr. Robert Rien <frrobertrien@gmail.com>
To: [your email address]
Feb 19 at 3:26 PM
Hi, how are you doing?
I need a favor from you, email me as soon as you get this message.
God Bless,
Fr. Robert Rien

Click here for more information on SCAM red flags.


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