St. Louis Catholic School News

May 11, 2016

Calendar of Events

  • May 11 - Pizza Hut Fundraiser, 11 am - 11 pm
  • May 12 - Accelerated Reading Auction in the Old Gym, 12:30 pm
  • May 12 - Gr K-5 Oldenburg Academy Concert in Activity Center, 1:30 pm
  • May 12 - Golf Match @ Brook Hill, 4:30 pm
  • May 13 - Gr. K Gorman Farms Field Trip
  • May 13 - Student Council to Ronald McDonald House
  • May 13 - Gr. 2 MMH Farm Fit, 9-11 am
  • May 13 - Track & Field @ IUPUI, time TBD
  • May 14 - Golf Match @ Cricket Ridge, 9 am
  • May 17 - Gr. 7 Victory Field, 9 am - 2:30 pm
  • May 17 - Gr. 8 Graduation Practice, 10-10:40 am
  • May 17 - Gr. K-3 End of Year Carnival 1:30-2:50 pm (Gr 8 Participates)
  • May 17 - Tech Squad Meeting 3:30 - 5 pm
  • May 17 - Band and Choir Spring Concert in the Old Gym, 7 pm
  • May 18 - Gr. 6 All School Mass
  • May 18 - Young Hoosier Party in Activity Center
  • May 19 - Gr. 8 Chicago Trip
  • May 19 - Gr. 3 Newport Aquarium Field Trip
  • May 20 - Gr. Preschool & K Park Day
  • May 20 - Jr. High Youth Group
  • May 23 - Gr. 8 Graduation Practice, 2:10 - 2:50 pm
  • May 24 - Gr. 8 Graduation Practice, 2:10 - 2:50 pm
  • May 25 - Gr. 5 All School Mass
  • May 25 - Preschool Party in Activity Center, 10 am
  • May 25 - Gr. 8 Luncheon in Rm B1
  • May 25 - Gr. 8 Graduation starting with Mass at 6 pm
  • May 26 - Last Student Day!
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Please Slow Down!

Please slow down in the parking lots. There have been some close calls lately with drivers going too fast and not watching out for others. Safety First!

Labels for Education

At the end of this school year, Labels for Education will be discontinuing their program. This is only Labels for Education (found on Campbell's, Pepperidge Farm, BIC products and more), not the Boxtops which will still continue. We are having a contest to encourage everyone to send in all the labels they may have at home, starting May 5th and ending May 13th. The top five children who bring in the most Labels will receive an out of uniform pass! Thank you to all who have sent Labels in the past, we have redeemed them for many playground and classroom items over the years. Please contact Anne Meer, 812-933-0125 if you have any questions.

Ronald McDonald House

2 More Days to Turn in Pop-Tabs!
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PTO Corner

It's that time of year to start thinking about the PTO Board for next year. There are a few open positions available. PTO is a great way to serve your time and talents to our school. If interested you may email

pto@st.louisschool.org


or contact any of the current PTO officers: Amanda Canessa, Natalie Scheibler, Jenny Schebler or Sherri Rudolph.


The Enrichment Program has been a huge success this year. PTO would like to send out a huge THANK YOU to Wende Lambert, Jenny Schebler and Amy Wonnell for organizing. We would also like to recognize Carla Austin, Shirley Kemper, Andrea Meyer, Anne Meer, Amy Gutzwiller, Emili Uden, Amber McGuire, Angela Gauck and all other volunteers for donating their time and talents to teach the kids! Thank you!

nurse news

Per St. Louis School Health Policy, ALL MEDICATION WILL BE DISCARDED IF NOT PICKED UP BY THE LAST DAY OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. Medication can not be sent home with students.

Artwork is coming home!

Artwork is coming home the week of 16-20th.


There is a lot of art, so please send in a piece of poster board before that week so your child can make a portfolio to tote their work home safety.


The standard size of poster board is 22"x28". If they can find larger, it would be better as we will be folding them in half and stapling the sides.

Office Remodel Update

I would genuinely like to thank all of you who have been able to donate towards the St. Louis School Office Renovation. This has been a project that I have put a lot of thought into. Not only because it is the location that I work in everyday, but because there are so many others that come in and out and would benefit from it. My goal is to make it warm and welcoming with better functionality for staff, students, and parents.


Current Donations (including the Rummage Sale Projected Income) Already Received Will Pay For:

Rough-in (framing, drywall, trim & doors, electric) - $4530

Bathroom Plumbing - $3000

Paint - $1890

Flooring - $1950

Cabinets - $4322

Nurses Cabinet Refinished - $300


Items Still Needed to Be Purchased to Complete the Remodel:

Receptionist Cubical - $2075

Nurse Cubical - $2075

Business Manager Cubical - $3750

Refrigerator - $500

Blinds - $180

Chairs - $160

Fabric, Curtain Rods, Rugs, and Plants - $500


If you are still wanting to make a contribution to this project, you can do so in either the school or parish office. You can also help by participating in the Rummage Sale either by helping with organizing, working during, dropping off your items to sell, or shopping during the Rummage Sale. All the money raised will go towards this project. Please contact Jan Narwold to find out how you can help at 812-934-3310 or jnarwold@st.louisschool.org.

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Last Uniform Exchange Date, Sat, June 04, 2016, 9:00am-11:00am

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Jr. High Youth Group

The next and last meeting for this school year will be May 20th. We will not have the SLS 8th graders due to their class trip, so we will be very short handed. Please consider coming to help put together Grad gifts for our graduating seniors.


7th Graders who would like to be 8th Grade Ambassadors for the 2016-17 school year, please fill out and return the attached form by August 19, 2016, which is our first Jr. High Youth Group of the new school year.


8th Graders who would like to be added to the High School Youth Group email distribution list,please send an email to TeamJesusSteubenville@gmail.com. I apologize, but the link in the previous email was spelled wrong.


We are desperately seeking parents, grandparents, etc. to help lead Jr. High Youth group. If you or someone you know is able to commit to helping guide this great group of students, please let me know right away. We are working on a curriculum for the school year and would love help getting it into place.

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ATTENTION: NEXT YEARS 5TH, 6TH, 7TH, AND 8TH GRADE ATHLETES

PHYSICALS, CONCUSSION, & REGISTRATION FORMS are due before you will be able to participate in any volleyball, football, cross country, basketball, cheerleading, track, golf open gyms, or practice of any kind.


In the past we have collected these forms throughout the year and this has become problematic and time consuming.


'ALL FORMS' ARE NOW DUE AT THE START OF THE SCHOOL YEAR IF YOUR STUDENT PLANS TO PARTICIPATE IN SPORTS.

Girls Volleyball SIgn-ups for 2016/2017

A sign up will be posted in Mrs. Paul's Room for incoming grades 6,7 & 8 grade girls volleyball until Friday, May 13th.

SLS is in need of a 7th grade volleyball coach. Contact Mike Burkhart @ 812-525-6585

St. Louis Track and Field

The St. Louis track and field teams competed Wednesday night against South Ripley and Jac-Cen-Del. The girls finished first with 47 points followed by Jac-Cen-Del with 43 points and South Ripley with 36 points. All eight of the girls scored this evening making this a great team win. The girls roster is made up of Molly Wachsmann, Mindy Eckstein, Leila Savage, Grace Mack, Caroline Meer, Pamela Meneses, Stacy Kramer and Grace Laudick.

The boys finished third with only 28 points. South Ripley was first with 60 points and Jac-Cen-Del finished second with 38 points. Scorers for the boys team were Joshua Myers, Adam Moster, Benjamin Moster, Zachary Harmeyer, Nicholas Meer, Michael Wanstrath, Tyler Kuntz, Max Giesting, Hunter Laudick and Luke Wilson.

Special recognition goes to Joshua Myers for breaking his 1600 meter run school record again with a time of 4:56.6. Molly Wachsmann also broke a school record this evening with a throw of 27’2” in the shot put. The boys 4x400 meter relay team ran 4:11.3 tonight just missing the school record of 4:10.0. The relay team members were Benjamin Moster, Zachary Harmeyer, Adam Moster and Joshua Myers.

The Cardinals will be participating in the CYO meet in Indianapolis next Friday and Saturday with finals on Wednesday, May 18

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ATTENTION ALL BASEBALL PLAYERS

Batesville High School Baseball will be offering its first summer baseball camp from May 31st- June 3rd for grades 1-8. You will receive specific age-level baseball instruction, get to meet and work with the varsity baseball players and coaches, receive a t-shirt, and have fun. Please see your teacher or the office for a Batesville Baseball Camp form today. All forms need to be returned to the office by Thursday, May 19th.
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WEEKLY SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS

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