St. Paul Bulletin
St. Paul School - Kevin Brever, Principal - March 1, 2013
Inspirational Quote of the Week
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.” – William James
1 – Friday Stations 1:30 PM
- Fish Fry 4:30 PM
- Bingo 7:30 PM
2 - 4th & 5th graders - District Governors Cup at the Nor Islamic School
4 – Monday Young at Heart 1:00 PM
6 – Wednesday School Board Meeting 7:00 PM
8 – Friday Stations 1:30 PM
- Fish Fry 4:30 PM
- Bingo 7:30 PM
11- Monday Mens Club Meeting 7:00 PM
19 – Tuesday Market Day Pick-Up 6:00 PM
21 – Thursday 6th Grade Family Lunch 12:00 PM
22 – Friday All School Mass (Grade 2) 8:15 AM
- 8th Grade Cookie Sale
- Fish Fry 4:30 PM
- Bingo 7:30 PM
News from the Classroom
Read Across America
Read Across America Day is a nationwide reading celebration that takes place annually on March 2—Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Across the country, thousands of schools, libraries, and community centers participate by bringing together kids, teens, and books.
The PreK. Kindergarten First Grade and Second Grade will be celebrating Dr. Seuss' Birthday next week with the following activities.
Dr., Seuss Week - March 4 - March 8
Next week. we will be celebrating what would be the 109th birthday of Dr. Seuss. To help celebrate, join us in some "Seuss-tastic" attire each day.
Monday - "The Foot Book" - The week begins anew and we just know what to do, we'll dress in silly shoes for the day.
Tuesday - "Fox in Socks" - Trust us when we say that funny socks we will wear today.
Wacky Wednesday - The middle of the week? It seems quite bleak, so my friends we will give it a tweak! The day is here. Bring cheer! A time to celebrate an author dear! It's the time when Dr. Seuss was born, and without his stories, our hearts would be torn.
So show your pride! We'll wear funny hats to get some looks and read one of our favorite books, "The Cat in the Hat." Seuss - A- Thon
Thursday - Let's join in the fun, and dress up like one of Dr. Seuss' characters.
Fantastic Fun Friday - "One fish, Two fish, Red fish, Blue fish" - Yes sir, it's true. so don't be blue, today we'll dress in our favorite color shirt, just for you.
Third graders are using a variety of print materials such as magazines and newspapers to guide them in their learning. One example is Weekly Studies. This is a newspaper that focuses on many different topics in our third grade Social Studies curriculum. For example, this week students are reading about Elizabethtown, Kentucky and its history. They are also learning about the invention of the ballpoint pen. Weekly studies present two different biographies each week. This week’s national hero is Enid Yandell and our national hero is Pocahontas. The students really enjoy reading these newspapers.
All SPD classes have been discussing the heart and how it works for us. We have incorporated jump ropes and hula hoops into our heart healthy workouts this week. We also did some agility and control work with rings and hoops in a drill that the children loved.The 8th grade just finished up a CPR project that combined SPD and Library skills. We will begin gym hockey skills next week.
Fish Fry - March 1, 2013
Fish Fry Dinners
You are invited to our regular Friday Lenten Fish Fry dinners.
The Fish Fry Committee is composed school parents, parishioners and other parish organizations. The entire parish community is helping support this function.
All of us working together will ensure the financial success of these fish fry's and we will achieve our goal.
3/1 - 2nd, 6th & 5th Grade Families,
Your class is responsible to provide adult workers for the Fish Fry on February 22nd. Please let me know when you can work. You may sign up for the following times:
4:00 -6:00 PM - 10 adults
6:00-8:00 PM - 10 adults
8:00-9:00 PM - 10 adults
We also need cakes, pies, etc for cake wheel. If you work and bring in a cake your child will receive two dresses down days (1 for working and 1 for cake).
Please let me now as soon as possible so that arrangements can be made.
Thanks, Kevin Brever
3/8 0 Pre-K, 8th & 3rd
3/15 - 1st, 7th & 4th
3/22 - 2nd, 6th, 5th & Kindergarten
St. Paul Fish Fry Menu 2013
Fried Fish Dinner
2 piece of fish, bread, 2 sides, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee $9.00
Baked Fish Dinner
2 piece of fish over rice, 2 sides, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee $9.00
Shrimp Basket Dinner
Shrimp, 2 sides, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee $9.00
Child/Senior Fish Dinner
1 piece of fish, bread, 1 side, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee $7.00
Fried Fish Sandwich
2 piece of fish, bread $6.00
Baked Fish over Rice
2 piece of fish, rice $6.00
Shrimp Basket $6.00
Pan Fried Oysters $3.00
Rolled Oyster $3.00
Onion Rings $2.50
Cheese Pizza Slice $1.50
Grilled Cheese Sandwich $1.00
Choice of Side Items (Ala Carte $1.50)
Macaroni and Cheese Baked Potato
Cole Slaw Rice
French Fries Fried Pickles
Extra Hushpuppies (3 for $0.50)
Credit Cards Accepted
Drinks Available at the Bar, Soft Drinks and Beer are Sold Separately, Free Refills on Tea or Coffee
District Governors Cup - March 2, 2013
On Saturday March 2nd our 4th and 5th graders will be competing in the District Governors Cup at the Nor Islamic School. Please join me in wishing the team Good Luck!
Members of the team are:
PS. Congratulations to the 4-5 Quick Recall Team. They were defeated yesterday in the second round of the archdiocese quick recall tournament. They had a great year and we are very proud. Special thanks to Mrs. Towles and Ms. McClinton for working with this fine group of students.
Adult Volleyball League Now Forming!
The 8th grade class will be sponsoring an adult co-ed volleyball league beginning March 2nd. It will be held on Saturday nights with times to be determined later. The cost is $30 a player. For information or to enter a team, please contact Jeff Adams at 817-5061. Thank you.
Tax Deductible - Recycling Fundraiser for Consumer Electronics & Metal Jewelry
Did you receive Christmas gifts that included any new electronic items? What can you do with the older electronic items? You don’t want to throw them away for several reasons!
St. Paul School is conducting a fundraising program with EcoPhones' Recycling Fundraiser for Consumer Electronics & Metal Jewelry. This fundraising company will pay the highest dollar amount for, and accept the widest variety of, used consumer electronics items and used jewelry. St. Paul School will earn cash for every item, even for damaged, non-working and non-listed models.
- Used, Broken or Unwanted Gold Jewelry
- Cell Phones
- Ink Jet Printer Cartridges
- Laptop & Netbook Computers
- iPads & Tablets
- Apple iPods & MP3 Players
- Digital Cameras
- Digital SLR Cameras and Lenses
- Digital Video Cameras
- GPS Devices
- Radar Detectors
- Kindle & Sony Book Readers
- Handheld Game Systems
- Game Consoles (Wii, PS3, Xbox) and Video Games
- Range Finders and SkyCaddies
- Mobile Hotspots, 4G USB Air Cards and MiFi Devices
- Graphing Calculators
We are also collecting used Ink Jet and Toner Cartridges: HP, Brother, Lexmark, Dell only - no generics, please
Simply bring your old or unwanted electronics, cartridges and jewelry to the St. Paul School Office. Donations are tax deductible