Transfiguration School Newsletter

January 20th, 2020

News and Notes

Dear Parents,


I hope you are enjoying your long weekend and keeping warm! We have a very exciting few weeks coming up! This Saturday, we kick off Catholic Schools Week 2020 with a new event: Spaghetti Dinner/Bingo Night. I look forward to seeing everyone there. Please make sure to send in your RSVP as soon as possible. We have a fun Catholic Schools week scheduled. See details and dress up days below.


Midterms for our students continue this week.

  • Tuesday- Social Studies 5th-8th
  • Wednesday- Religion 3rd-8th
  • Thursday- Science 5th-8th
  • Friday- Math- 5th-8th


Thank you and have a wonderful short week!


Ms. Kazan

"Souper" Bowl Canned Soup Drive

The Transfiguration School will be running a "SOUPer Bowl" Food Drive Tuesday, 1/21 through Friday, 1/31 to benefit St. Vincent de Paul Society Food Pantry at Transfiguration Church.

Our Team Goal is to collect 250 canned goods and 100 boxes of cereal by Friday, January 31. If we meet our goal, students will have a "Team Spirit Dress Down" and can wear their favorite Team Jersey or Apparel on Monday after the Super Bowl (2/03)!

Just for fun, students are encouraged to put their donated cans in the receptacle of the team they want to win Super Bowl LIV. Will it be the San Francisco 49ers or the Kansas City Chiefs?

Let's meet or exceed our goal... GO TEAM!

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Catholic Schools Week

January 26th- January 31st is Catholic Schools Week, which is the annual nationwide celebration of Catholic education in the United States. The theme for Catholic Schools Week 2020 is "Catholic Schools: Learn, Serve, Lead, Succeed."



Schedule of the week:


Saturday- We Celebrate our Parish

  • Mass at 5pm
  • Spaghetti Dinner and Bingo Night


Monday- We Celebrate Our History of 70 years

  • Decade Day- Dress up as your favorite decade (Non-Uniform Day)


Tuesday We Celebrate Our Students

  • Student Appreciation Day
  • No Homework


Wednesday- We Celebrate our Teachers

  • Color War- Each class will have a color. Dress your child in that color to show their class spirit. (Non-Uniform Day)
  • PK 3 and 4- white

  • K- Red

  • 1st- Royal Blue

  • 2nd-Green

  • 3rd- Purple

  • 4th- Light Blue

  • 5th- Silver

  • 6th - Yellow

  • 7th- Orange

  • 8th- Pink


Thursday- We Celebrate our Heritage

  • Heritage Day
  • Geography Fair


Friday- We Celebrate Transfiguration

  • Faculty vs 8th Grade Volleyball
  • Green and Gold Day - Dress in school spirit colors (Non Uniform Day)
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Kindergarten has fun with Math

Growth Mindset Thought of the Week

Resilience is an extremely important aspect of developing a growth mindset. Here are some phrases that will help develop resilience in our children.

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Reminders and Important Dates:

Monday, January 20th- MLK Day No School

Tuesday, January 21st- Social Studies Midterm

Wednesday, January 22nd- Religion Midterm

Thursday, January 23rd- Science Midterm

Friday, January 24th- Math Midterm

Saturday, January 26th- Catholic School Kick Off Mass and Dinner

Thursday, January 30th- Heritage Day

Friday, January 31st - 11:45 Dismissal