St. Mark School News
January 21, 2015
Dear Saint Mark Families,
Welcome to Catholic Schools Week! We look forward to this annual celebration of Catholic Education every winter. Catholic Schools Week is celebrated in dioceses throughout the nation. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service”. We have many events planned this week including both teacher and student appreciation days, a special science demonstration, and Scholastic Book Fair.
We invite you to visit our Open House Sunday, January 25th from 12-2 PM. You may stop in and see our school, find registration information, browse the book fair, and meet our wonderful teachers. I’m so proud of all the teachers and students this year. Everyone is very enthusiastic, and I’m continually impressed with their progress.
As we celebrate our school this week, we thank Father Mooney, Father Sam, parents, guardians, teachers, and our parish community for all you do to benefit our students. It is through your leadership and participation that St. Mark School is able to continue our mission with integrity, enthusiasm, collaboration, innovation, and excellence.
God bless you,
- Re-registration forms have been sent home
- Take our PRE-K Survey! www.stmarkbristol.com/survey
- Friday, January 23rd – Progress Reports will be sent home only if your child is having difficulty in any subjects. Please continue to log on to My Student Progress to check grades/ Lunch orders due
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK
- BOOK FAIR Visit in school or Online. CLICK HERE.
- Sunday, January 25th – Catholic Schools Week – Opening Mass @10:45/Open House 12:00-2:00
- Bingo Game – on going fun activity throughout the week for students.
- Tuesday, Jan 27th – Thank You Day – Students will send Thank You cards to all the men in blue.
- Wednesday, January 28th – Student Appreciation Day – Wear comfy clothes/pizza and ice cream provided by Home and School/movie day
- Thursday, January 29th – Science Day- Each class will participate in science experiments presented by Mr. Hanrahan, a science professor.
- Friday, January 30th – 8 AM Mass/ End of Catholic Schools Week/Teacher Appreciation Day