Gator Bites Newsletter
November 2, 2017
Our school wide virtue this week is:  

MODESTY is the virtue by which we think, speak, act, and dress in ways that show respect for ourselves and others
Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, whom you have from God…?
1Corinthians 6:19
Child Care Volunteers Needed
Volunteers are needed to assist with the Sunday child care at both the 9:00 and 11:00 masses as well as 10:00 for the RCIA candidates. Volunteers must be in 5th grade or higher. Adults are also encouraged to help out. Service hours are available to those who need them. Those interested should contact Madyn Schneller at
Co-Op Meeting

Let's get FESTIVE!! 
Throw on your ugliest Christmas sweater OR your coziest jammies and join us Wednesday, Nov. 8th to Sip & Shop at CoOp! This year's Holiday Marketplace is packed with fabulous vendors and prizes. Shop early before the meeting from 6:30-7:30.
Swap Shop will open early from 6-7pm.
Meeting will begin at 7:30 . We hope to see you there!
Middle School Concessions at Recess
Concessions available to Middle School during middle school recess EVERY Thursday. Everything is $1.00. All proceeds benefit the SCS Athletics department.
Cafeteria News

The SCS Hot Lunch Program does not allow students to charge the school when money is not available in their lunch account.  

Fall Sports Recap

We would like to congratulate our fall sports teams on their accomplishments and thank our coaches who volunteer their time to our student athletes.

  • Swimming:
Coaches: Kathy Wild, Jason Cerise, Shelley Samrow, Tricia Lowe
Girls’ team won the Metro League Championship, boys finished 2nd, and the combined team placed 2nd overall.

  • Cross Country:
Coach: Eric Bay
Girls’ placed 1 st in the East Bank Middle School Challenge, girls’ placed 2 nd in the Catholic Elementary CC Invitational, girl’s placed 1 st in the Haynes Invitational, boys placed 2 nd in Haynes Invitational.

  • Girls’ Volleyball:
Coaches: Gavin Baker and Amy Smith
Jr Team –Won the Dominican Tournament. The team also advanced to the Semi-Finals of the City Playoffs
Sr Team - Won the Dominican Tournament, won the Chapelle Tournament, and placed 2 nd at the Mount Carmel Invitational. The team also advanced to the Quarter-Finals of the City Playoffs

  • Boys’ Flag Football
Coaches: Taylor Norton, Freddie Adams, Seth Montz
Jr Team- advanced to the first round of the City Playoffs
Congrats To All Teams !!!!!