Parent Memo: April 23, 2021 PRINCIPAL’S CORNER: The following students have earned Shout-Outs this week: Talon Martin (6)- when a classmate’s work blew away on the playground, he chased the paper down for his classmate. He went and retrieved the work from quite a distance and did not give up until he grabbed it. Isaac Kasprak (7)-for being the classroom technology guru, and always helping so kindly and gently. He helped the online students when doing their book talks to help them navigate the presentations from home. He always helps his teachers with tech stuff and does it so [...]
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Parent Memo: April 16, 2021 PRINCIPAL’S CORNER: Ms. College happily gave Shout-Outs to the following PreK students this week because of the way they lined up quietly, using the social distancing requirements and patiently waited until everyone was in place: Kofi Asante, Vivian Stanley, Peyton Evangelista, Melanie Rathbun, and Santiago Romero. Great job! Shout-Outs were also in order for: Hillary Hall and Ania Davis in grade 3. Ania and Hillary volunteered to help the Art teacher with a tedious cutting and taping project which saved the teacher a lot of time and effort. Thank you for your volunteering [...]
Parent Memo: April 1, 2021 PRINCIPAL’S CORNER: On behalf of the faculty and staff of St Patrick’s Catholic School, we wish your family a Blessed Easter. In Service, Ms. Laura [email protected] TRAVELING OVER THE HOLIDAY Please remember to take Covid precautions if you are traveling or meeting with family and friends over this Easter holiday week. We want everyone to return safely and healthy. SHOUT-OUTS This week, Ania Davis in the 3rd grade gets recognized with a Shout-Out. Ania went above-and-beyond to help a classmate with an injured shoulder this week. She helped her injured friend sharpen her pencils, tie [...]
Parent Memo: March 26, 2021 PRINCIPAL’S CORNER: We begin our Easter Break next week. We respectfully ask that all families who may be traveling over the holiday observe Covid safety protocol. This is not only to protect yourselves and your families but also to protect the other children at school. We have been pleased with our safety record thus far this year. There have been NO cases of Covid that have originated from the school or been transmitted through the school. We’d like to keep it that way. So please help us out and take precautions while on break. [...]
Parent Memo: March 19, 2021 PRINCIPAL’S CORNER: Lent is a season of fasting and prayer, but that’s not the whole point. The purpose of these forty days leading up to the resurrection of Christ, is to challenge ourselves to give up or devote ourselves to something other than the regular. Why don’t we challenge ourselves as families to vow to a specific task during Lent? We can use this season as an opportunity to make others happy and to show love to everyone we can. We can make a vow with our children for the days of Lent to try to [...]
Parent Memo: March 12, 2021 PRINCIPAL’S CORNER: I am proud to announce this week’s Shout-Outs to: Amanda Mason – gr 8 – Amanda came to the rescue of Mrs. Shea when Mrs. Shea could not reach an area she was attempting to decorate with Lenten streamers. Amanda helped Mrs. Shea put up all the streamers which made Mrs. Shea’s job so much easier. Mrs. Shea greatly appreciated Amanda’s help. In Service, Ms. Laura [email protected] SECOND TRIMESTER AWARDS We had the honors assembly for the second trimester this past Tuesday. Here is a list of the award winners: SERVANT OF THE [...]
Parent Memo: March 5, 2021 PRINCIPAL’S CORNER: I am proud to announce this week’s Shout-Outs to: Audrey Orzech and Mia Crosby – both grade 6 – The girls took their own personal time to write little notes to each of their classmates with compliments or words of encouragement about how much the girls cared for them. Several of their classmates said it made their day. Some of the students taped the notes to their desks. Mia also wrote kind notes to all of her teachers who have posted them as well. The girls’ caring gestures brightened the day for many. They [...]
Parent Memo: February 26, 2021 PRINCIPAL’S CORNER: We are happy to congratulate this week’s Shout-Out students: Ainslee Wolters – gr 6 – who took time during class to help a fellow student with their math homework. We are proud of Ainslie’s initiative to be the patient friend her classmate needed. Charlie Horne – gr 7 – who helped another student who tripped and fell at recess. Charlie was very careful to maintain a safe (Covid) distance, but he made sure his friend was okay to keep playing and never left his side. We appreciate that Charlie showed his support for [...]
Parent Memo: February 19, 2021 PRINCIPAL’S CORNER: Dear Parents, We have now entered the holy season of Lent when we examine our lives and our consciences and find ways we can bring ourselves closer to God. Our students will participate in various opportunities for prayer, fasting and almsgiving during these 40 days. Activities will be different depending on the age and emotional awareness of the children. Please join us in welcoming Jesus into our hearts during this hopeful time. In Service, Ms. Laura [email protected] RE-ENROLLMENT FOR 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR NOW OPEN Re-enrollment packets were sent home previously [...]
Parent Memo: February 12, 2021 PRINCIPAL’S CORNER: Dear Parents, Thank you to everyone who sent in canned or boxed foods for the food drive we had during Catholic Schools Week. We gathered a lot of food to donate to the local food bank to better help people during this time of need. God Bless. In Service, Ms. Laura [email protected] MASKS FOR COVID PREVENTION National news services on Wednesday reported the latest data on masks and Covid 19 transmission. The story noted that double-masking OR wearing a well-fitted mask decreased the rate of disease transmission over 95%. Whereas [...]