SCS News Brief

January 16, 2019

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Catholic Schools Week

We are actively preparing for our favorite week of the school year, Catholic Schools Week! Below you will find a schedule of the week's daily events and activities planned for our students and faculty members. Paper copies of the schedule will come home with students on Friday, January 18th.

On Sunday, January 27th at 11:00 AM Msgr Cullen will be celebrating a special Mass for our school community in the SCS Gym. We encourage all of our school families to join us. After Mass, there will be an ice cream social in the cafeteria with make your own ice cream sundae stations for all to enjoy! Please come to Mass wearing your favorite SCS attire or school colors! We look forward to celebrating the start of Catholic Schools Week as a community on Sunday, January 27th! See you then!

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Beauty and the Beast- Schedule moved to Mondays. Please see flyer for details.

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Upcoming Events

1/18 8th Grade Team Building Event


1/21 School Closed- MLK Jr. Day

1/22 8th Grade Photos

1/26 Sacrament of Reconciliation 2nd grade students 10:00 AM St. Margaret's Church

1/27 Sundaes on Sunday Mass 11:00 AM in the SCS gym. Ice cream social, build your own ice cream sundae after Mass. - wear an SCS sweatshirt and/or school colors to show your SCS pride!

1/27 through 2/2 Catholic Schools Week

1/30 OPEN HOUSE, Prospective and Current Families

AM Session: 8:30-10:30

PM Session: 12:30-2:00 PM

2/1 First Friday Mass 9:00 AM

2/6 Uganda Ice Cream Sale

2/8 100th Day Celebration 9:00 AM

2/18 School Closed- Staff Professional Development Day

2/23 Father Daughter Dance

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STEM Learning activities in Physical Education with Mrs. Meixsell

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Prayers and support for the Martignetti Family

On January 7th the Martignetti family, a former SCS family that had all 5 of their children attend and support our school, tragically lost their home to a devastating fire. Fortunately everyone was able to evacuate the home and is safe, however their home was severely damaged destroying all of their personal items as well as leaving them with no place to live.

Christine Martignetti, mother, had just been diagnosed with cancer and was home recovering from her recent surgery at the time of the fire.

We send our prayers and support to the Martignetti Family, if you would like to send a donation, St. Rose High School has established this link :

In addition, our upcoming Mass to kick off Catholic School's Week, scheduled for Sunday, January 27th at 11:00 AM in the SCS gym will be dedicated to supporting the Martignetti family, as the Mass collection will be given to them to provide assistance during this difficult time. Please keep the Martignetti family in your prayers.