The Scantron test results will be sent home this week with the students.
Starting this Thursday, 10/12 at 2:45PM, our parents who show up early for carpool will be invited to participate in a carpool rosary. The rosary will be offered for the intentions of our school and the personal intentions of the parents participating in the prayer. The rosary will be prayed in the parish courtyard, by the statue of our Lady of Guadalupe.
In an effort to attract and train the best teaching talent in the Diocese, we continue to foster and expand our partnerships with a select group of premier teacher prep programs in Virginia (George Mason, JMU, Marymount and Christendom). I am pleased to announce that we will be hosting a student teacher from Marymount University. Ms. Amanda Flores will be joining our instructional team this week and will be working with Mrs. Vanderhoof. Mrs. Vanderhoof will be providing more information on this program to her parents this week.
You are invited to a PVI Carpool coffee event on Thursday, October 26th at 8:00 am in the McGivney Room.
We are in need of a parent volunteer to coordinate Phase One of our planting garden initiative. If you have a green thumb and would like to lead this initiative, please contact Kathy Moses in our school office. We would like to start the planting process in two weeks.
Students should now be wearing their traditional uniforms.
I hope you can join Father Meng and me for our monthly Pastor Principal Coffee, scheduled for this Friday, 10/13, in the aftercare room, following the 9:00 am school Mass.
Thank you so much for your strong support of our wonderful school.
God Bless You,
Mr. Joseph M. McLaughlin
Sacred Life Advisory is making fleece blankets for the
Fairfax County Hypothermia Prevention Program as well as the Katherine Hanley Family Shelter. E
ach week they are inviting another advisory to join them, to train them, and send them off with fleece to make their own blankets. We hope to work our way through 20 bolts of fleece!
Just a reminder this week from the clinic that ALL medications, including any creams, lotions, cough drops etc., MUST be brought in to the clinic by parents, labeled and with the appropriate paperwork. Medication authorization forms for over-the-counter medication can be found on our website.
Please consider completing a form and bringing in medication if your child is prone to headaches, cramps, stomach aches, or has braces that cause pain, and who would benefit from medication given in school. No medication is allowed to be carried by students in their backpacks unless approved by the nurse.
Thank you so much, have a wonderful week!
Julianne Duffy, RN, BSN
Mary K. Rogowski, RN, FNP, MSN
The Saint Timothy School Volunteer Program
The one place to sign up and log your hours!
Thank you to everyone for your continued support of our school and students. You truly help make Saint Timothy School a wonderful place to be!
Please note, that each volunteer hour submission must be approved and this process can take time, especially with the large volume coming from all of our International Festival volunteers. Please be assured your hours will be approved and logged as quickly as possible.
We have immediate needs in the next week for the following:
To see the details of these events, create an account, or log your hours please visit the
If you have any questions about volunteering or how to create an account on Track it Forward please feel free to reach out to
Frisbee Club still has openings from students in grades 2nd-4th!!
Our 6th Annual Race for Education Will Be Here Soon!
November 1st and 3rd - Preschool
November 3rd - Kindergarten through 8th grade
Thank you to everyone who helped assemble packets for our Race for Education! We will be sending "sponsor mailers" to
prospective donors throughout the United States.
"BACK TO BINGO"
The STS community is invited to Bingo Night!
A great family night, filled with Pizza, Prizes, Ice Cream and PLENTY of fun!
Join us on Friday, October 13th
from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. for Bingo!
LOTS of prizes will be on the menu!
You can send your RSVP with the this flyer RSVP via paper by Wednesday or by Friday noon online RSVP online using this link.
We can not take any walk-ins this year, so please RSVP!!
Will your child's class be the winner? Help them earn a free recess by bringing in Box Tops by Friday. Make sure their home room is written on the Ziploc bag and either send it to school with your child or drop it in the black Box Tops bin in the school lobby or parish vestibule.
id you know you can help our school earn extra money just by scanning your grocery receipts? Box Tops 4 Education has a new APP Feature. All you need to do is download the app, sign up, select Saint Timothy School and scan away!
for more information on this new and exciting feature!
It's that time again to sign up for CYO Basketball for grades 3rd - 8th grade! An STS tradition of fun and camaraderie! Click
to sign up!
is looking for volunteers for this year's
. We need assistance with set up, clean up and need help serving our dessert. Please see the school sign up for details.
The Tiger Closet will be open Frida
from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Now is a great time to stock up on uniforms for the coming school year. If you have any uniforms to donate to the closet, kindly drop them off in the school office.
We will also be selling Spirit Wear near the Tiger Closet, and will have everything in stock -- a great way to make sure everything fits!
I need your help!
A single pint of blood can save up to three lives, and blood can only come from human donors. Unfortunately, only 37% of the population is eligible to donate blood and sadly, only 3% does. Will you be part of the 3%?
To be eligible to donate, you must be in generally good health, be at least 16 years old and weigh at least 110 pounds. People are eligible to give blood every 56 days. There are also travel restrictions and more specific criteria can be found here:
Appointments are strongly preferred and can be made at this link: Donate Blood
. Unfilled appointments can be filled by drop-ins, but can't be guaranteed. I can make an appointment for anyone who emails me their preferred time at PantherPints@gmail.com.
Please make an appointment, forward this email, bring a friend and help save lives. Thank you.
Brent Kiefer STS Alum 2016
HELP SAVE THREE LIVES IN 15 MINUTES
BLOOD DRIVE AT PAUL VI HIGH SCHOOL
Wednesday, October 25 from 1:30 - 6:00 PM
Join Paul VI Catholic High School for a
Coffee & Conversation
Thursday, October 26
Fr. McGivney Room
Come learn about PVI's upcoming move to Loudon County and details about bus service to the new campus at this informational session.
PAUL VI CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
will be hosting our annual
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29TH FROM 1 TO 4PM.
Group presentations will take
place at 1:15 and 2:15 in Father Heet Auditorium. This is a perfect
opportunity for 6th, 7th and 8th graders and their families to explore
the benefits of a Catholic high school education. Visit
information about PVI.
Current 8th graders are encouraged to set up a
PANTHER FOR A DAY experience by emailing Coach Farello at
37th Annual St Timothy's Arts & Craft Fair
Saturday, November 18, 2017
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
in the St. Timothy School.
Tuesday, October 10th - Students begin wearing their "traditional uniform"
Wednesday, October 11th - Jersey Mikes (Fairlakes) Spirit Day - from 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Friday, October 13th - Principal/Pastor Coffee following 9 a.m. Mass in After care room.
Thursday, October 19th - All Pro Dad's Breakfast 7:00 a.m.
Monday, October 23rd - "Wills & Estate Planning Seminar" with Biz Partner Mary Lawrence, Fr. McGivney Room 7 p.m.
Thursday, October 26th - 8 a.m. - Paul VI Catholic High School Coffee & Conversation in the Fr. McGivney Room to discuss the move to Loundon.
Friday, October 27th - NO SCHOOL - Professional Development Day
Thursday & Friday, November 9th & 10th - NO SCHOOL - Teacher Conferences
Monday, November 13th - STS Guapos Fair Lakes Spirit Day 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Wednesday, November 15th - Prospective Families Open House @ 10 a.m.
Saturday, November 18th - St. Timothy Fall Craft Fair 9 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Tuesday, November 21st - 9 a.m. School Mass, NOON Dismissal
Wednesday, November 22nd - Friday, November 24th, Thanksgiving Break
Thursday, December 14th - Christmas Choral Concert (6 p.m. in the church) & Dinner (5 p.m.)
Tuesday, December 19th - Christmas Band Concert (7 p.m. in the gym)
Wednesday, December 20th - NOON Dismissal
Thursday, December 21st - Tuesday, January 2nd, Christmas Break Vacation
Monday, January 15th & Tuesday, January 16th - NO SCHOOL
Friday, January 26th - NOON DISMISSAL
Monday, February 19th - Presidents' Day, NO SCHOOL
Saturday, March 3rd - Spring Auction @ the Dulles Hilton
Monday, March 12th - NO SCHOOL
Saturday, March 24th - Diocesan Music Festival
Thursday, March 29th - NOON Dismissal
Friday, March 30th - Friday, April 6th - Easter Break NO SCHOOL
Friday, April 13th - NOON Dismissal
Thursday, April 26th, STS Spring Golf Tournament, Westfield Golf Club 1:00 p.m.
Friday, May 4th - Hershey Park Band & Chorus Concert
Friday, May 25th - NOON DISMISSAL
Monday, May 28th - Memorial Day - NO SCHOOL
June 14th, June 15th, June 18th - NOON DISMISSAL
Monday, June 18th - LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!
|Fourth Grade prepares for religion class by singing praise & worship songs!
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