Dear Parents,

God wants us to live the mission through charitable acts. Our SCSS families are always so charitable and giving in so many ways. You freely give of your time and  support in everything we do and that is so important. I am thankful for all that you do for our school and our children. We help to serve people through our various projects and acts of kindness. We have so much to be thankful for and  it shows in how we share that compassion with others.

Quote from Pope Francis:

"We don't have to go far or come up with grand projects to be charitable. Often the people closest to us could use our help." 

Faithfully Yours,

Miss Giaquinto

Important Dates
  • November 20th- Thanksgiving Prayer Service 9:30 am in the Family Center
  • November 21st- Early Dismissal 11:30 am for Pre-K and 11:50 am for K-8 Dress Casual Day -bring in a food donation for Trumbull Food Pantry/Spooner House and you get to dress casual!

  • November 22nd-23rd- No School~Thanksgiving Break

  • November 26th-Safe Enviornment Program

See the flyer in today's Thursday folder. 


SCSS Care Team 
Sneaker Drive

We are collecting sneakers in partnership with Angel Bins.  There will be a bin in the school lobby for you to donate any sneakers you've outgrown or no longer use. The sneakers will be shipped and re-purposed for those in need. The collection will run from November 9 - November 21, 2018.

Pizza with Santa!

Join us December 3rd  at Vazzy's Four Seasons from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm for a fun family night for everyone! 

The cost is $10 for adults and $7.00 for children. Children under 3 yrs. are free. Price includes pizza, salad, drinks, and dessert too! 
Pictures with Santa will be $6.00.

Come dance with the DJ, share in the fun with the magician and raffle while we await the arrival of Santa and Mrs. Claus too! 

Please send your payment in to the office by November 28th. Make checks payable to the school.  

No walk-ins for this event you must sign up 
ahead of time! 

Nurse News From Mrs. Hogan    
As the weather gets cooler outside, head colds, sore throats, fevers and viruses enter homes and school settings.
Please help keep our school community healthy and prevent the spread of illness. If your child is sick, please keep them at home. 

Remember to send your child to school with a warm jacket and other accessories.  These items are needed in order to go outside for recess and for outdoor classes on gym days.
Keeping the children warm and healthy is our goal!