Tiger News
Happy Friday,

It has been another great week at Christ the King Catholic School.

Our 8th graders did an amazing job of leading during our annual May Crowning Mass. They are looking more like the Class of 2019 and less like 8th graders every day. Next week, they head to Washington, D.C. Please join me in praying for a safe trip.

Last night Mrs. Wenclewicz, Mrs. Rusbasan, and I had the privilege of welcoming our new school families to CKS at the New Parent Orientation Meeting. It was a large group! Thank you for the part that you have played in making this happen by promoting the school. We still need your help to make sure these new families feel welcome. Please check out a message sent by Father Todd this week about how you can be a mentor family and contact Mrs. Silvey if you are interested.

ILEARN continues next week for our 3rd-5th graders, and we will be starting an Environmental Challenge that requires your participation! Check out the details below.

Have a great weekend!


Ed Seib
Calendar, Recess, First Aid
Click here to sign up for recess duty.

Click here to volunteer in the First Aid room during Recess. Must have Safe and Sacred training.

Sunday 5/5
Happy Birthday Ms. Wagner!

Monday 5/6
ILearn Testing (Gr.3-5) 8:15-10:15
School Registration SCR - 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Art Club 2:50-4:00 p.m.
Brook Randolph, Matt Hooker

Tuesday 5/7
ILearn Testing (Gr. 3-5) 8:15-9:15
Happy Birthday Mr. Klee!
Middle School Band 2:50-3:30
Colleen Fuydall, Lisa Strachota
Jeanine Bobenmoyer

Wednesday 5/8
Middle School to D.C.
Pizza Hut
Youth Choir 2:50-3:20
Colleen Fuydal, Amy Bultinck

Thursday 5/9
ILEARN Testing (Gr. 4-5) - 8:15-10:00
Handwriting RC 2:50-4:00
ARK/Stem Lab 2:50-4:00
Erin Bischoff, Rachel Cullina

Friday 5/10
ILEARN Testing (Gr. 3-5) - 8:15-9:20
Hot Lunch/Arby's
Dawn Fortney, Sarah Kramer

Save the Date
Monday, May 6th - Monday, May 13th - ILEARN for Grades 3-5 - please plan appointments during non-testing times/days.

Monday, May 6th - School Registration - 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. - see more details below

Wednesday, May 15th - Art Show/Band Concert - begins at 6:00 p.m.

Friday, May 17th - Field Day

Monday, May 20th - Academic Achievement Awards Night for grades 5-8 - 7:00 p.m. in Tuohy Hall

Wednesday, May 22nd - 8th Grade Last Day, Graduation Mass and Dinner - 5:30 p.m.

Friday, May 24th - Last Day of School - 1:00 dismissal - No Aftercare

Friday, June 21st & Saturday, June 22nd - CKS Summer Social
CKS Environmental Challenge New
We are stepping up our protection of Creation to end the school year by participating in the first annual CKS Environmental Challenge. All students will complete 5 environmentally-focused activities between May 6th and May 24th. The challenges will be a combination of school, classroom, and family activities. Each child will receive a checklist to document their completion.  Check out more details and suggestions on how you can participate here. Let me know if you have any questions.
Lost and Found New
Where’s that new jumper?
Where are all of your CKS sweatshirts?
Did you leave your lunchbox again?
Scientific Calculators?

I bet you just might find them in the Lost and Found!
Lost and Found is located on the Cafeteria/AfterCare level. There are three racks; be sure to look through all of them. Any items left at the end of the year will be donated to Goodwill.
Student Medication New
The school year is quickly winding down! Please pick up any medications from the Nursing Office by the end of the school year. This includes any prescription and nonprescription medications, as well as inhalers and epipens . The last day for medication pick-up will be Friday, June 7th. Anything that is not picked up by then will be disposed of .
School Registration for Current Families Updated
School registration packets for all current CKS families have been sent home. You can send in your paperwork with your student or bring it to school from 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m on Monday. If you come to registration night with your packet completed, or turn in your completed packet by Tuesday, May 7th, you will be entered into a raffle for $500 off your 2019-2020 tuition!
Final Tiger Trot Update Reminder
Tiger Trot Out of Uniform Day Monday, May 13th!
As a thank you to everyone for doing such a great job collecting donations for our record-breaking Tiger Trot this year, and for getting so close to our goal of $10,000, the entire school will have an out of uniform (student’s choice) day on Monday, May 13 th .

The Tiger Trot Classroom Winner is… 1A!!!
Mrs. Deck and her class collected the most dollars per student and will celebrate with a pizza party. Thanks again to all the students, staff, family members, parishioners, and alumni who contributed to this year’s Tiger Trot.

See history of Tiger Trot from 2014 thru 2019  here  and a recap of the 2019 event  here .
2019-2020 PTO Board Nominations Requested New
T he PTO Board is seeking volunteers for the positions of Vice President and Secretary next year. Natalie Sutton has served as VP and will step into the role of President. Michele Pettrone will continue as Treasurer, and Jennifer McKendry will join her in training for the Treasurer role the following year. Lauriale Cabrera will serve as Past President next year.

Overall, we are a small, laid back group of parents, who plan fundraisers and activities to make CKS a better place by supporting the teachers and encouraging parent involvement at the school. Both positions are asked to attend one monthly PTO Board meeting on a weeknight evening (schedule to be determined by Board members). The VP recruits room parents and trains for the future role of President. The Secretary takes minutes at monthly meetings and shares minutes for approval. We are excited to try some new formats with the PTO meetings next year and to continue and build upon the good work already being done.

If interested, please contact Natalie Sutton ( nataliemsutton@hotmail.com   or 317-440-5261) by Monday, May 6th.
Used Uniform Sale New
Mark your calendars! The Used Uniform Sale is Sunday, June 30 th . This is a school fundraiser with all proceeds benefiting CKS programming, so we need your uniform and spirit wear donations, including jumpers, skirts, polos, khaki and navy pants and shorts. You may send your items into the school office through May 17th. Please note that we will not be accepting items on consignment this year . For additional information,  please click here .
CKS Summer Social New
The Parish's biggest party is coming up soon. Below are a few reminders and ways you can help!

Summer Social Raffle Tickets Due Next Wednesday
Summer Social raffle tickets are due Wednesday, May 8 th . Each family that sells or purchases $100 of tickets will be entered into a drawing. Six names will be pulled out of a hat to win gift cards or tickets to spend at Summer Social June 21-22. Return your tickets (with money) in the manila envelope provided. Every ticket sold helps to raise money for our parish and our school’s Outdoor Education and STEM initiatives.

1) Proud Parent sponsorship opportunities as well as the opportunities for Parents to bring us business sponsors for Summer Social -   

2) Raffle ticket selling reminder

3) Event volunteer sign up -   https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050a44aea92ba31-tiger2  

Sensory Advantage Summer Camps New
Sensory Advantage has provided a weekly fine motor skills and handwriting after-school enrichment group all year. This group has greatly benefited our students. They will be offering several Summer Camps. Check out the links below for more information.

Mindset Minute
Marketing Minute
We have hosted two preschool field trips to the Saints Isidore & Maria Garden this Spring. Our middle school students have planned and implemented activities that allow are guest to interact with our garden and learn.

Next year we will offer even more options for area preschools. Schools can visit the garden in the Fall or the Spring and they can also visit the St. Patrick STEM Lab any time for some hands on activities. You can help spread the word by passing this flyer on to your child's current or former preschool. Preschools often confirm their field trips in advance so if you can send this out soon we can get them on our calendar. This is a great opportunity to market the school and for our older students to work on their leadership.