SAVE THE DATE
MARCH 30-APRIL 8
8th Grade Confirmation
8th Grade trip to Washington DC
Dollar Jolly Donut Day, Main Hall 7:15am
Jeans Day for the Class of 2020, Grades K-5 are free, 6-12 $1 for your favorite baseball team, $2 spirit shirt
Spring Pictures, preschool through grade 8
SMCC Junior/Senior Prom, CIC, 7:00pm-10:00pm
NHS Induction, St. Mary's Church, 5:30pm
All School Mass, St. Mary's Church, 8:00am
SCCS Auction, "It's Not Our First Rodeo," The Kinzel Center, Doors open at 5:30pm
APRIL 24 AND 25
Kindergarten Screening, MPR
Spring College Night, PPC, 6:00pm
Marco's Pizza Night, 15% of your order goes to National Art Honor Society
Bishop's Mass, The Kinzel Center, 9:30am
Sandusky Central Catholic School students in grades 6 through 12 process to Holy Angels Catholic Church for Holy Week Mass.
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APRIL LUNCH MENU
IMPORTANT EDCHOICE SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE INFORMATION
We have been informed that the EdChoice Expansion Scholarship deadline is April 30 and will not re-open in July, as it has in the past. This means that all new and renewal scholarship applications MUST be submitted before the April 30 deadline, or they will be denied. No applications will be accepted after that date. Please submit applications to SCCS by April 23 so we have time to process them before the deadline. If you need copies of forms or help with the application process, please contact Mrs. Chrissy Snow at 419-626-1892, ext. 311 or
ONLINE COMMUNITY SURVEY TO OPEN APRIL 10
Starting Tuesday, April 10 and ending Friday, April 20, SCCS will host an anonymous online community survey on our homepage, sanduskycc.org. This survey is a critical element of our strategic planning process and we invite ALL members of our SCCS community to participate. Though we initially planned to launch the survey Thursday, March 29, we determined we need to take a deeper look at the data we have collected already to ensure the survey appropriately captures the ideas and themes we have heard so far. We appreciate your patience, and hope you will consider participating on April 10.
FR. RICHARD SAELZER PASSING
On March 25, Fr. Richard Saelzer, former Associate Pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul and Chaplain of St. Mary's School, passed away at age 69. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
PRESCHOOL THROUGH GRADE 8 SPRING PICTURES
Friday, April 13 is Spring Picture day for students in preschool through grade 8. An order form was sent home last week with students in preschool through grade 5; middle school students may pick up an order form in the Main Office. You will also be able to place an order online. Attire for pictures is your choice. It is a jeans day, but students may be photographed in something dressier. If your student attends preschool on Tuesday/Thursday, you can bring them in any time before 11:00am for their picture.
AMAZON SMILE TRIPLE DONATIONS
When customers make their first eligible purchase at smile.amazon.com, Amazon will triple the SCCS donation amount to 1.5% until March 31. Make sure you go to smile.amazon.com/ch/43-1961776 and Amazon will donate to SCCS!
A friendly reminder from the Cafeteria Department that lunch bills are sent out monthly, and with the end of the year quickly approaching, please make sure your family's lunch account is up to date. Thank you.
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KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION AND SCREENING
Families that will be enrolling a student in SCCS kindergarten for the 2018-2019 school year are encouraged to submit their enrollment forms as soon as possible. In order to attend Kindergarten Screening on April 24 or 25, your child must be officially enrolled in kindergarten for next year. Please contact Mrs. Chrissy Snow at 419-626-1892, ext. 311 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
THE GREAT EASTER EGG HUNT
The 5th Annual "Great Easter Egg Hunt" will be held this Saturday, March 31 at St. Mary's Church at 10:00am. The hunt is open to all children ages 10 and under. Please bring your own basket. If the weather is bad, the hunt will be moved to the Faith Formation Center (Former Sts. Peter and Paul School).
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