School Newsletter
September 11, 2020
Principal's Page
Greetings to all of our Presentation Families,

We hope that you are all well and are able to get outside this weekend to enjoy the gifts of nature and time together.

One of my favorite songs is “We Are Many Parts” by Marty Haugen

This song seems so fitting for the journey we are walking together. We are all one body, one school, one community, one church - all part of God’s plan and body. There is one line I’d like us to focus on: “Let us be your love for all the world.” 

One way that we show God’s love to others is through our actions. We are so thankful for all of the volunteers who arrive early to help with morning carpool and those who have been coming to help with lunch & recess. You all are part of making our school community warm and welcoming to all. Our students feel loved and cared for. This is so important for the foundation of our students.

Another way we can show our love to each other is by being mindful of when our children are under the weather. It is so important for all of us to work together to minimize the risk of others getting sick. Please review the “Decision making tree” that is included in this update. We are many parts and all one body (one school body). In order for us to stay healthy we need students to stay home when they are sick and not to return to school until they are better.

Together we can be God’s love and grace to all who enter our doors.

Blessings to you and your family,

Sue Lovegreen, principal
School Sweatshirt Orders

Click here for a Presentation uniform sweatshirt order form. Completed forms can be returned to the office. All orders are due by Thursday, September 17th.
Meet the Teacher/Info Night will take place on Thursday, September 17th via Zoom meetings. The schedule for this will be sent out on Tuesday, September 15th.
Volunteer Opportunities!!

We need help with lunchroom supervision/cleaning and supervising recess.

Working from home? Use your lunch hour to come hang with your kiddo and get some fresh air!!

Lunchroom helpers: Contact Jenna Rose Bradshaw for times and details (

Recess helpers: Contact Linda Charnowski for days and times (
Drop-Off Reminder

Students will not be allowed to enter the building until 8:15am, so please make sure they are dressed for the weather if they will be waiting in line outside prior to that.

Doors are locked at 8:30am. Any students arriving after that time should enter through the office door (S1) so they can ring the doorbell to be let into school.

Picture Day Information

Picture Day is Tuesday, October 6th!

Click here to order your child's school pictures. If preferred, you may print and turn in this form in an envelope.
There will be a beginner band meeting for parents on Thursday, September 17th at 3:20pm in Kenney Hall. Please remember to wear a mask.

The first lesson for returning students will also be on September 17th.
CSCOE Presents: Dr. Jules Nolan Peace of Mind Resource

Session for parents: Stress and Anxiety in School-Aged Children

Even before COVID, anxiety had become the most commonly diagnosed issue in classrooms across this country. Given the stress of this time, of disrupted school and more pressure on families, we are seeing a rise in the stress and anxiety demonstrated by children. In this session, you will learn concrete strategies to help your children become more resilient to stress and to better endure normal anxious feelings. You will also find tips to differentiate “normal” stress and anxiety responses from more serious symptoms, how to intervene without interfering, and when to seek help. 
September 15, 6:30 p.m.
September 21, 6:30 p.m.
September 29, 6:30 p.m.

Wanted Section

Fourth Grade - Beans to fill bean bag chair

Our Mission: The purpose of Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary School is to provide a Catholic community that fosters the religious and academic development of the individual student in a safe and welcoming learning environment.
Our Philosophy: Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary School creates a supportive Catholic community committed to the Gospel message that calls us to faith, service, and worship. An environment of respect, peace and justice fosters an appreciation of God’s gift of life in all people. Each student is empowered to develop their own potential, which will lead to excellence in academics, athletic activities and the fine arts.