November 3rd, 2023
Celebrate all things as through the eyes of a child.
Throughout the week, the teachers and I were reminded to be like children and see the joy of the world through a child's eye. Among the stress or busy-ness of our lives, we are reminded there is much delight in hearing a child say trick or treat; catching the first snowflakes of the season on their tongue, and being delighted to meet a "real saint".
God gives us these moments to remind us to take a pause and enjoy what is around us in nature or in each other. As we continue through this month, we will show gratitude for the warmer days turning into colder one and rain drops turning into snowflakes. We will be inspired by our students growing in faith and knowledge. We will honor our veteran's long ago and current. Finally, we will give thanks for all that is given to us.
In this week's newsletter, you will see some reminders and also some new upcoming events.
It's parent, teacher, and student conference time! If you have not signed up for a conference, please reach out to your child's teacher. Here is a helpful resource for parents about what to do before, during, and after the conference.
A few notes...
After care is not available on the early dismissal days.
New lunch offering on Tuesdays starting November 14th!
We will have Mark's Pizzeria pasta, sauce, with meatballs, veggie sticks, and fried dough.
Last call for CYO registration. Forms are due by November 10th. As of today, we have enough players for the 5/6 boys team. One final push to see if we can fill in other rosters. If you need another copy of the form or you have questions, please contact Jim O'Connor at email@example.com or 315-730-1893.
Coffee Order Forms Due Monday!!
Christmas Concert News!
Please review the letter from Mrs. Ciancaglini.
Students at work!
Teacher have their classroom wishlists on our website: www.stfrancisststephen.org/family-resources/
All list for general school items or wishlist items to benefit the whole school is being revised.