☘️Shamrock School Scoop☘️
March 14th, 2019
No Math Club – March 20th
March 15th - NO SCHOOL/St. Patrick Festival Preparation
March 18th - NO SCHOOL/ Bishop's Day Off!
March 19th - 3rd Qtr Roll After Mass
April 5th - Early Dismissal 1pm/Staff Meeting
April 10th - First Confession
April 12th - 4th Qtr Midterm Go Home
April 16th - Spring Program 7pm
April 17th - Early Dismissal 1pm/Easter Break Begins
April 18th-23rd - Easter Break
☘️St. Patrick Festival☘️
Carnival fun and games from 11 AM to 4 PM
Corned Beef/Ham, cabbage/green beans, scalloped potatoes, salad, dinner roll, pie, and drink will be served from 11AM to 5:30 PM.
Dance is from 7:00-9:30 pm with the big raffle at 9:30.
This event is so much fun and a very important and big part of fundraising for our church and our school. I please ask that you truly consider lending a helping hand to make this a success. There is a sign up sheet in the back of church with all of the events that need help. Thank you for joining in the food, fun, and laughter!
☘️Carnival Help Needed☘️
The St. Patrick’s Festival is NEXT WEEKEND and that means we NEED to fill the following slots for the Carnival Games as soon as possible, otherwise they will need to be shut down during the open time slots. Now, we don’t want to disappoint the 200+ kids, so please consider picking up a two hour slot. It goes quickly and is fun! We are also in need of some punch card sellers and half hour raffle people. Please see below and contact Jill Hraban at 402-314-0077 (text/call) or email her at email@example.com to sign up. The sooner the better, as we need to get a list made. Also, if you are home with your child on Friday the 15th and are bored, we could use more help setting up the games. No need to reply, just show up to help starting at 10am. Thanks for your help!
12:30-2:30 (two each): Bean Bag Toss, Horse Derby, Half Hour Raffle; (one each) Fishing with the Leprechauns, Irish Hunt, Wheel of Luck, Punch Cards
2:30-4:30 (two each): Leprechaun Golf, Prize Room, Punch Cards; (one each) Lollipop Tree, Bingo and Irish Hunt
March 19th is the 1st day students are allowed to wear shorts. Also on March 19th jumpers/skirts may be worn without leggings. It is up to you to determine if the weather is appropriate for your child to come in shorts or without leggings. Students go out for recess if it ‘feels like’ 15 degrees or above – please keep this in mind when dressing them for the day.
Please have students try on their items the night before to check the fit. It is highly likely that they grew taller and the bottom may no longer reach the finger tips. Please have your child continue to wear pants or leggings until theyhave shorts/skirts of the appropriate length. Socks will be exposed as well, please ensure your child is wearing socks that adhere to the dress code.
-solid colors: navy blue or tan
-must have belt loops
-length should be past the fingertip
-no exterior pockets (cargo shorts/ exposed back pockets)
-no biker shorts, gym shorts, denim shorts, or tight shorts
-jumpers must be solid color: navy blue or tan
-length should be at most 2” above the knee or longer
-skirts must be worn year round with the appropriate undergarment (shorts or leggings: navy blue, black, white or gray)
-athletic shoes required
-all shoes must be laced all the way up and tied properly
-no sandals -no boots
-all shoes must be worn with socks
-socks are to be solid in color; navy blue, black, white or gray and
contain very little brand markings of the same colors.
#SMARTWEEK is an initiative by the Diocese of Lincoln Schools to help schools, parents and students work together to use digital media with wisdom, dignity and grace. A video kiosk will be set up in the Church foyer highlighting the educational use of technology in the Diocese of Lincoln Schools. Each day this week, parents will receive a special email containing helps for SMART digital use. Students in school will discuss various aspects of proper use of technology, especially social media.
R= Responsible Use
You can follow along by going tohttps://www.lincolndiocese.org/our-schools/smart-weekor https://www.facebook.com/CDOLincEdTech
🥞 Pancake Breakfast🥞
Pancake Breakfast served by the Knights of Columbus – After all Sunday Masses – proceeds go to a new laminator for the teachers!
We need 2 adult volunteer servers for each shift (4-6pm and 6-8pm) and volunteers to bring desserts before the evening Fish Fry.
Parish Lenten Fish Fry
March 8, 22, 29 and April 5 & 12, 2019.
St Patrick Day Festival is the March 16, 2019 weekend so there is no Friday fish fry that weekend.
Fish fry dinners will be served from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
The menu will be baked Tilapia, fried Pollock, spaghetti with sauce, macaroni and cheese, French fries, baked potatoes wedges, corn, coleslaw, rye bread, pickles, coffee, iced tea, lemonade and water.
All you can eat $9.00 for each adult & high schoolers, $5.00 for children ages 5-13 and free for age 4 and under. A maximum of $30.00 for a family, consisting of 2 adults and 2 or more children. $.50 discount per dinner for a donated can of food.
☘️Shamrock Cafe Lunch/Event Menu☘️
💥Box Top Collection Sheets💥
There is a New Sweepstakes that will help our school earn more money just for filling out a little information. Please click on the link below to help our school!
Keep turning in those box tops – Click the link below for some fun ways you can help!! I have added collection sheets below so you can make it a fun activity for the kids! There are extra sheets in the office if you would like to just pick one up there! Please TAPE the box tops to the sheets rather than glue them. We don't want any to get lost. This is a great way for our school to get FREE MONEY!!
*NEW* Teacher Wishlist
Simply add to your cart and all items will ship directly to school after you select "St. Patrick Catholic School (Wishlist)'s Gift Registry Address"!
Click HERE to check it out...