April 2, 2019
As a Catholic school community, we believe in the uniqueness, dignity and potential of every student.  Following the life and example of Jesus Christ, we strive to build character while teaching compassion. By strengthening our students in spirit, mind and body, we prepare them to lead lives based on faith, values, and learning. 
This Friday, April 5th is Tag Day. On the first Friday of each month, students are allowed to wear non-uniform clothing in place of their uniform for a fee of 50 cents (or $4.50 for the entire year).  

As a Catholic community, our attire should reflect modesty. Examples of inappropriate clothing are, but are not limited to: 
  • Tops which are sleeveless, which do not cover the entire shoulder, or which have spaghetti straps
  • Backless shirts/dresses that cover less than a uniform shirt
  • Pajama tops or bottoms
  • Leggings, jeggings, yoga pants
  • Pants, shorts, and tops that are too tight; clothing should be loose fitting.
  • Skinny jeans
  • Baggy styles are not permitted
  • Shirts with a low scooped neckline
  • Shirts not long enough to cover the waist and hips. When the shirt is tucked in and arms are raised above the head, the shirt should not come untucked.
  • Shirts with inappropriate logos/pictures
  • Skirts or shorts not knee length. *Knee length is defined by the bottom of the skirt touching the KNEE IN THE FRONT AND THE CREASE AT THE BACK OF THE KNEE.
  • Shoes with high heels, open backs or toes, sandals, Crocs
  • Nail polish, makeup, or excessive jewelry
If students wear clothing deemed inappropriate, they will be told to call home for a change of clothing.  Students having to change will lose their Tag Day privilege for the following month. A second TAG Day infraction will cause students to lose this privilege for the remainder of the year.

Drinks will be on sale during lunch this Friday, April 5th for $.50.  

This Friday, April 5th is Box Top Collection Day.  Please send any box tops to your homeroom teacher. 

For more information, please click on the registration forms listed below. 

The Kids Care Carnival is coming to SCS on Wednesday, April 10th.   We are in need of egg shells to make confetti eggs.  While you are baking or cooking, please save your clean egg shells in their carton and bring them to the office.  The office will fill the eggs with confetti.  On a side note, several drug stores and department stores are selling already made confetti eggs for $3.00 or less in their Easter sections. 

(For each dozen donated you will earn 1/2 of service hour.)

The annual Kids Care Carnival will be next Wednesday, April 10th from 1:45 to 2:45 PM.  A ticket order form will be in Tuesday Folders today, April 2nd.   Tickets that have been pre-paid will be distributed to teachers the day of the carnival.  Students who have not pre-paid for their tickets will have the opportunity to purchase tickets at the carnival.  

If you are interested in volunteering during the Kids Care Carnival, please contact Ms. Hollis at mhollis@summervillecatholic.org.  

Applications for the Erin Kelly Memorial Scholarship are now available.  Rising 5th-8th graders may apply.  All applications are due Tuesday, April 30th.  Please click here for an application.  

We are still in need of soda and Hugs for this week's drinks sales.  Remember, BETA members get 30 minutes of BETA service hours for the donation.

Also, the final field trip to ICC is April 9th.  Students will receive three hours of service for this field trip.   All Beta members must have five hours of service logged by mid-May to remain an active member.  

Immaculate Conception Church is hosting its Taste of Goose Creek this year on May 4th from 11 AM -3 PM.  They are asking for 7th and 8th grade students with artistic flair to come and do face painting and application of temporary tattoos.  Please contact Mrs. Childers at  mchilders@summervillecatholic.org to sign up for a one-hour time slot.  Your help will count as service hours for Beta, Confirmation, Girls Scouts, etc.

We have 40 yearbooks left...don't miss out on this year's yearbook.  The cost is $34.24 (including tax). Please send all payments to the front office.  Yearbooks are available on a first come first serve basis, and payment is needed in order to reserve your copy.  Jostens, the yearbook company, will give SCS a free pizza party if we sell out by April 30th!
Please click here for printable April calendar.  

Registration for t-ball and baseball are now open.  Any boy or girl for the following ages may play.  

T-Ball: Ages 3-6                      Coach Pitch: Ages 6-9              Minors: Ages 10-12

We must have at least 11 players to have a team for each level.  Please return the registration form along with payment to the office no later than Friday, April 5th.  If you have any questions, please contact our Athletic Director, Jean Fox at jfox@summervillecatholic.org.

Congratulations to the elementary archery team for finishing 3rd at the State Tournament last week.  By placing 3rd, the team has qualified for Nationals in Kentucky in May.  Cheyanne S. finished 1st in the Elementary Female D ivision.

Congratulations to the tennis team for winning their match yesterday, April 1st.  The team won 6 to 1. 

Good luck to the U6 and U8 soccer teams in their final games this Saturday, April 6th at the YMCA fields.

DATE: May 2, 2019
TIME: 6:00 - 8:00 PM
LOCATION: Summerville Country Club

If your child played a sport at SCS this year, there will be a sports banquet invitation  in your Tuesday Folder today, April 2nd.   RSVP's are due no later than Monday, April 29th, but we encourage you to respond prior to spring break for planning purposes.  The cost is $12 per person (including the student athlete) or $40 for a family of 4.  For more information, contact the Athletic Director, Jean Fox,  at jfox@summervillecatholic.org. 

Tryout D ates: Tuesday, April 2nd - Thursday, April 4th
Time: 4:00 - 6:00 PM
Parent Meeting: Tuesday, April 2nd @ 6:00 PM in the gym
Final Tryouts: Thursday, April 4th @ 4 PM
Please click here for more information.
Summerville Catholic School will be hosting a booth at this year's Flowertown Festival.  The festival will be April 5th-7th.  We are in need of some volunteers to give out information about SCS.  

Please click here to sign-up.  

Do you know that you can support SCS when you shop on Amazon? You Shop, Amazon Gives. Simply visit  www.smile.amazon.com. Login using your existing Amazon login info and choose Summerville Catholic School as your supporting charity. Always start your shopping at  www.smile.amazon.com to support SCS!

Scrip is Gift Card Fundraising. Purchase gift cards from the school, and the school receives a rebate. The school maintains a gift card inventory for top retailers such as Target, Walmart, Starbucks, and Tanger Outlets, just to name a few. Visit the School Office to view a complete list of retailers.

If you have any completed Family Service Hours please make sure to submit a Family Service Hours Report Form, so it may be recorded with the school. Each family must complete a total of 20 Service Hours throughout the 2018-2019 school year.

Are you interested in volunteering in the school?  All SCS volunteers must go through a background screening and take an online class if they will be in contact with any of our students.  Some examples include helping in art class, chaperoning/driving on field trips, room moms, etc.  If you will be doing at-home volunteer opportunities, there is no screening or class required.  Please click here for information needed to complete your screening paperwork. 

Please email psa@summervillecatholic.org, if you are interested in receiving more information about the PSA and how to get involved!
Parish/Event Time Assisted By
4/3 St. Theresa the Little Flower
Adoration - Deacon Wolter
2:00 PM  6th Grade
4/10 Kids Care Carnival - No Mass 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM 8th Grade
4/17 Living Stations of the Cross 10:00 AM ---

All sacramental preparation is done through the local parishes.  Please check with your parish if you would like your child to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation, First Penance (Reconciliation) or First Holy Communion (Eucharist). Many of the parishes require a one or two year preparation, please contact your parish's Director of Religious Education or Faith Formation Coordinator as soon as possible.  Registrations are almost over for many of the parishes.  Anyone seeking the Sacrament of Baptism, please contact your parish office secretary to guide you to the right person responsible for the preparation of this sacrament.
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church - Goose Creek

St. John the Beloved Catholic Church - Summerville

St. Philip Benizi Catholic Church - Moncks Corner

St. Theresa the Little Flower Catholic Church - Summerville

St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church - North Charleston

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