St. Finn Barr Weekly Bulletin

Week of November 16th - November 20th

Dear St. Finn Barr Families,

Believe it or not, we have reached the final week of our First Trimester and the Thanksgiving holiday break is right around the corner! We appreciate each of you for the dedication and support you have provided during this very unique start to the school year.

One reminder as we enter this week, due to teacher professional development, the students will have an early dismissal day tomorrow, Monday, November 16th. Please refer to the first section in this bulletin to see what time the day will end for each group of students. Middle School students will end their day at 12:30pm.

When we return on Monday, November 30th, we will have all of our classes - kindergarten through eighth-grade - back on campus participating in our Hybrid Learning Model.

Due to the middle schoolers returning on Monday, November 30th, all Cohort A members will return to school on Monday, November 30th.

You will receive another reminder on the evening of Sunday, November 29th, through the Weekly Bulletin. Until then, I pray you will experience a joyful holiday, giving thanks where thanks is due, and receive the rest and rejuvenation you all deserve.

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Please use the following information to join the Middle School Reopening Meeting via Zoom:

Meeting ID: 884 9168 7970

Passcode: shamrocks

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SFB Food Drive

Thanks to all of your efforts, we have nearly doubled our goal in just the first week of our virtual food drive! WOW! Many families will be blessed thanks to your generosity this season. Thank you to everyone who has participated in this service project.
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Any student who donates to the SFB Food Drive will receive free dress on Friday, November 20th.
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May your week be full of joy and hope as we continue to live our lives in gratitude for the steadfast love offered to us each and every day.


Ms. Megan Kimble


St. Finn Barr Catholic School

Preparing young, diverse minds for the future