Crusader Parent and Guardian Update
January 28, 2022
This Upcoming Week
Sunday 1/30 - Open House for Prospective Families, CSW '22 Begins
Monday 1/31 - Day of Service
Tuesday 2/1 - Teacher Appreciation Day
Wednesday 2/2- Student Appreciation Day, Student Assembly
Thursday 2/3 -Parish and Parent Appreciation Day, Open House for Prospective Families
Friday- CSW Mass 10am , Bingo Party, Early Dismissal
Monday 1/31 Afternoon of Service
Afternoon Event Schedule
Service Project- See Below
Tuesday 2/1 Teacher Appreciation Day
- Special treats for our teachers all day!
Wednesday 2/2 Student Appreciation Day
Student Dress Down Day
Pizza Lunch for Students
Assembly 1pm - Chinese Acrobats in GYM All Grades
Thursday 2/3 Parish and Parent Appreciation Day
Open House 6pm-8pm for prospective families
CSW Mass 10am
Buddy Day! - Bingo after Mass
Early Dismissal 12:15pm
CSW Service Projects
Service #1 - Trenton Area Soup Kitchen
As a school community, we will be making 500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches* for the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen. We will supply a brown bagged meal of a sandwich, fruit, cookies and drink. Our younger students will be decorating the lunch bags, our middle school students will be making cards of encouragement to be included in the bag, and our older students in grades 5 to 8 will be making all the sandwiches. The teachers, faculty, and school will be supplying all the items needed to complete this service project.
*Any student in grades 5-8 with a peanut allergy will be working in a separate room assembling the bags.
We are in need of some medium size boxes to transport the sandwiches to the shelter that afternoon. If you have any boxes laying around after the holidays and have not yet recycled, please consider helping us out. The boxes will not be returned.
Service Project #2 - Code Blue Shelter
We will once again join with the parish community and support the Code Blue Shelter. This shelter supports the local homeless community. The items will be boxed and delivered directly to the shelter.
You may send in the items between now and Friday, February 4th.
Here are the items that are requested for the Code Blue Shelter for Catholic Schools Week. Grade levels have been assigned specific items.
-- Individual wet ones or travel size baby or body wipes
Kindergarten, Grades 1, 2 and 3-- Individually wrapped prepackaged snacks such as pop-tarts, pretzels, chips, cookies and crackers
-- Cases of individual juices (such as orange and apple) or water bottles.
-- Ear buds, phone chargers, men's utility belts
-- Plus, any of the above
Registration for School Year 2022-23
Registration For Pre-K 3
Registration for our Pre-K 3 program began on January 18th. For information about out Pre-K 3 program, please contact Mrs. Crozier at email@example.com
Registration For Pre-K 4
Information about registering for our Pre-K 4 Program was sent home on January 10th. Registration opened for current families on January 18th and runs through January 31st. There is a limit to the number of students in each Pre-K 4 Classroom. Our Pre-K 4 program offers two choices, Five full days or Three full days, T-W-Th only.
For more information about the Pre-K 4 program or to schedule a tour, please call Mrs. Crozier, firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration for new families begins on February 1st.
Registration for Kindergarten
Registration for our 2022-2023 Kindergarten for current school families with students in our Pre-K opened on January 18th and runs through January 31st. Registration for Kindergarten is limited and on a first come, first serve basis. Registration for new families begins on February 1st.
Information and registration instructions were sent home to our Pre-K 4 families on Monday, January 10th. There is no Rollover Enrollment for any Pre-K 4 Student regardless of whether they have siblings or not. For more information or to schedule a tour contact Mrs. Crozier, email@example.com
Registration for School Year 2022-2023 Grades 1 to 8
We will once again be using Rollover Registration for the school year 2022-2023. If you are planning on not returning to St. Ignatius in the fall, you need to let the school know by January 31st. All families will be re-registered on February 1st and the $75 nonrefundable registration fee will be applied to your FACTS account.
If you are not returning or have any questions, please contact Mrs. Crozier, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank You !
Welcome to the Family!
From Ms. Flannigan
Vacation Bible Camp is returning to St. Ignatius this summer during the week of June 27 to July 1. Time will be 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. All campers who will be entering grades K to 5 in September are welcome. WE NEED ADULT VOLUNTEERS, as well as some kids who will be entering grades 6 to 12 in September. More information will follow.
If you want to volunteer for the week, please call Ms. Flanagan at 215-493-5204 or email email@example.com.
DESIGNER HANDBAG BINGO
THIS FRIDAY JAN 28TH
LAST CHANCE TO PURCHASE ONLINE TICKETS
ONLINE SALES END MIDNIGHT THURSDAY JAN 27
Price at the door $40.00
Click this link to purchase tickets Designer Handbag Bingo Tickets
Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 904-535-4869
HOME AND SCHOOL BOARD OPEN POSITIONS
Please fill out THIS FORM if you would like to be nominated for either President or Treasurer. OR if you are interested in one of the supplemental chair positions.
Nominations are Due by March 1st.
Any Questions please contact the Home and School Vice President Jamie Konig email@example.com
Vacant spots available: President/Co-Presidents and Treasurer both positions are a two year commitment
The President (or Co-Presidents) shall preside at all meetings of this Association and its Executive Board, prepare the agenda for the general membership and Executive Board meetings, act as official spokesperson for the Association at the private and public meetings, and exercise general supervision over the Home and School Association. They shall establish or terminate special committees as needed, appoint chairpersons for committees and shall be an Ex-Officio (non-voting) member of all committees. The President (or Co-Presidents) shall be an authorized signatory of the Association’s accounts. The President (or Co-Presidents) shall be the primary Home and School Board liaison between the Pastor and/or Principal and the Executive Board.
The Treasurer shall exercise general supervision over the financial affairs of the Association, receive all monies and make disbursements as decided by the Executive Board. With the guidance of the Home & School President, the Treasurer shall prepare and pass an operating budget in accordance with the approved annual Home and School Association funding. The Treasurer will receive, verify, and deposit funds from all Committee Chairs and fundraising. The Treasurer will keep an accurate account of all receipts and disbursements and provide the parish Business Manager with this report monthly. All requests for disbursement of funds must be submitted on the Reimbursement Form with supporting documentation (original receipts) to the Treasurer. The Treasurer shall also prepare a written report relating to receipts and disbursements for the preceding school year for the first general membership meeting. The Treasurer shall prepare a final report to the Executive Board at the end of the current school year.
Also available are the following Chairs: (Commitment is one year but may do more) Please let us know if you are interested
Faculty and Student Appreciation Chair
Fundraising Committee Chair
Father Daughter Dance
Has been postponed due to the Covid Mitigation Policy.
We will look into the Spring to reschedule. However, we are in need of a chairperson to run this event. If you are interested, please contact Jackie Kush firstname.lastname@example.org
General Assembly Meeting
We are still looking for a new date for our General Assembly, we prefer to have this in person so we are looking for a date to accommodate that. This meeting will include a financial update presentation from the business office.