Issue 9
Principal's Corner
Dear parents,
We look forward to seeing you this week for Parent Teacher conferences. It’s always an important part of our relationship as a community to meet and ensure that we are working together to help our students grow academically, socially and spiritually. We appreciate being your partner in the education of our most valuable blessings; our children! Here are some quick tips for the Parent Teacher conferences. 

Ask Important Questions. Don’t be afraid to engage in a frank conversation with your child’s teacher. Your goal is to develop an action plan for your child’s success at school. Good questions to ask the teacher include:
  • What are my child’s strengths and weaknesses?
  • How does my child get along with classmates?
  • Is my child working up to her ability? Where could she use improvement?
  • What can we do at home to support what you are doing in the classroom?
Stay in touch with your child’s teacher throughout the year through e-mail or scheduled meetings.

When teachers and parents work together, we can help our students have a successful school year and reach their full potential.
Our local Community Food Bank is in need of some donations. Please help us fill their shelves for our brothers and sisters in need. Our faith speaks of being of service to others. Christian service is a central tenet of the Catholic faith and therefore at the core of a faith-based education which means tying the concept of service to scripture and a greater lesson. We are always talking about being compassionate towards others and this is a way to put our faith into action. We will take donations until October 31 st. Click HERE for a list of "Most Needed Foods." Thank you in advance for your generosity! 

The King will answer and say to them, 'Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.'
Mathew 25:40

Mrs. Gipson
School Calendar
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Prayer List
Prayer intentions for our loved ones can be found HERE.

You may submit a prayer request by clicking  HERE.

Lunch Menu
Parents, if you will be joining your student(s) for lunch and would like a school lunch, please call the office by 9am, so we can include you in the daily lunch count. Thank you for your understanding.
Applications to apply for free and reduced school lunch can be picked up in the office, or found HERE.
Online Payments
Make online payments for lunch, Falcon's Nest, athletic fees, etc.
Click  HERE to set up your account or to make a payment.
Trick or Treat Street - Friday, 10/25/19
Deadline to register is Wednesday, 10/16.
Candy Needed
All parents of preschool through 5th grade are asked to bring in one bag of candy for distribution at Trick or Treat Street.

Please deliver candy to your student's homeroom teacher. Thank you.
Middle School Trick or Treat Street Participation
Middle School students are invited to help make Trick or Treat Street a fun event for the primary and intermediate students! We need middle school students to decorate the halls and hand out candy to the trick or treaters.

Parents, please check your email for important information regarding middle school students participating.

All MS students participating MUST be registered as a group . Register your group HERE . A permission slip is required for each student participating. Access the permission slip HERE .
Spooktacular Fun Run
Saturday ~ 10/26/19
Check out how much fun last year's Spooktacular 5K was!
Registering by today, 10/15, includes T-shirt and both events.
Registration fee goes up after today and t-shirt is not guaranteed.
Square 1 Art
Craft Fair Weekend - 11/01/19
Students of the Month
Congratulations to our October students of the month: Holton, Caitlyn and Emma and our teacher of the month Mrs. Jansen.

Read more about why they were chosen  HERE.
Yearbook Art Contest