Cardinal Pacelli PTO
March 2023 Newsletter
On Behalf of PTO
We have so much fun on the horizon as we start our final trimester of the 2022-2023 school year! We want to extend a huge THANK YOU to Amanda Lass for her time and leadership to facilitate an awesome Father-Son Bowling event! We are so grateful for your time and impact!
Furthermore, we want to express our MOST SINCERE GRATITUDE to Elizabeth Meringer for her many years of service as our PTO Fine Arts Chair! Our school's fine arts program and children have blossomed, thanks to Elizabeth's willingness to share her knowledge, support, and time for the betterment of our school. Elizabeth's dedication to and passion for the arts is truly remarkable! We are so grateful for her leadership and willingness to share her expertise through the years!
Spring is loaded with so many fun, social events for our school community. Please mark your calendars…and let’s all have a good time! Please see details about upcoming events below. Thank you!
President - Lauren Dammel
Vice President - Emilie Rouse
President Advisor - Jill Hoelle-Schwalbach
Treasurer - Lindsay Eveler
Auditor - Emily Hauser
Secretary - Ann Hambleton
Fundraising - Julie Callihan and Susan Overberg
We're always looking for friends who want to get involved either by helping committee chairs reach their goals or jumping in feet first and becoming a chair themselves! Indicating interest through the survey does not equate to a commitment - it just helps us know what you're interested in!
Click here to answer three questions to indicate your interest(s)!
Email PTOOnline@cardinalpacelli.org with any questions.
Want to reach out to current/previous chairs to find more about the committees? Here's the list of who did what the past couple of years!
Father-Son Bowling Event at Stone Lanes: Photo Recap
Please Join us for Mass
Please join us for a kick-off to the Mother-Daughter Luncheon at 9 am Mass on March 26th! A few girls will have the opportunity to volunteer to participate in Mass. Click the link below if your daughter would be interested in volunteering to participate.
Click Here to Volunteer to Participate
Following Mass, we will transition to Kenwood Country Club for a delicious dining experience. As in the past, there will be an array of vendors with items for purchase at the event. We look forward to a lovely afternoon with the girls for the time-honored traditional Mother-Daughter Luncheon!
Ladies Night Out: March 23rd!
If you had conflicts in the Fall, fret not! The PTO has arranged for another trend-setting evening on March 23rd, 5:30-7:30 hosted by Evereve in Rookwood Commons! Come sip, socialize, and shop for the latest in Spring Styles! Pacelli will receive 15% of all sales generated through this event.
Jr. High Spring Event: March 31st!
When: March 31st from 7 - 9 PM
Where: Pacelli Gym
As a reminder, if you purchased a ticket for the Glow Party in the fall, you do not need to purchase another ticket for this event. If you DID NOT purchase tickets to the fall dance, click here to purchase a single Spring Fling Ticket. Deadline to purchase is 3/24.
Click the following link for additional information:
Join Us for the Mother-Son Event: An Epic Evening of Reds' Baseball!
Click here to purchase your digital tickets.
Father & Daughter Dance: April 22nd!
Pacelli Dads, grab your daughters and get ready to dance...disco-style! This year's Father-Daughter Dance is a 70's Groovy Party! Please mark your calendars and get ready to get-down on Saturday, April 22nd from 7-9:30 PM.
Be on the lookout for additional details regarding ticket sales, coming soon!
Pacelli Fashion Show is May 3rd!
If you'd like to volunteer, make a donation, or model, please contact Megan Stacey 513.702.8886 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
After-School Enrichment, final offering for this school year
Fine Arts Update: Frozen Jr. Recap
Cincinnati Museum Center on Wheels Program: March 27-29
The PTO is excited to share that the CMC on Wheels Program is coming back to Pacelli! This highly engaging hands-on science experience is for grades 3-8. Grades 3-4 will participate in "Chemistry in your Hands," where they will see and feel the evidence of physical versus chemical change through experimentation. Grades 5-8 will dive-deep into the world of Forensics: "The Science of Crime."
New Port Aquarium's WAVE Outreach Program on Wheels: April 19
Back by popular demand, WAVE on Wheels will engage our Preschool-2nd grade learners in a stingray encounter. Through this high-interest encounter, the students will deepen their understanding of this species' needs, habitat, physical features, diet, potential threats, etc.