Wednesday News

November 10, 2021

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Parent-Teacher Conference Information

Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, November 11. Information on how to sign up for conferences was sent out last Thursday. Conference sign-ups will close tomorrow at 8:00 a.m.


Conferences on Thursday, November 11 are designed for a quick snapshot of your child's progress. If you require more individualized time, please request a meeting outside of the conference night or contact an individual teacher as needed. We will certainly work with you in a manner that is most convenient.

Fall Clean-up thank you

We would like to thank all of the participants of all ages in the parish fall clean-up this past weekend. The morning started chilly, but the volunteers still came out ready to help. About 75 bags of leaves were filled.

1:30 Dismissal This Thursday and Friday

We will be having a 1:30 dismissal on both Thursday, November 11, and Friday, November 12. On Friday, there is also a funeral and luncheon in the church. Parking in the north lot and the church lot will be very limited. All families who typically park in these parking lots should find alternative parking.

Seventh Grade Leadership Retreat Video

Leadership Retreat October 27-29, 2021

First Quarter Academic Awards

Each quarter, the Junior High teachers will recognize those students in their homerooms that have done well academically. Sixth-grade teachers will begin recognizing these students at the end of the third quarter. To earn Honor Roll recognition a student must earn at least Ms in all assessed standards for all subjects, and earn four or more Es in at least four different subjects. To earn Merit Roll recognition a student must earn at least checks in all assessed standards for all subjects, and earn two to three pluses in at least two different subjects.



Eighth Grade

Honor Roll

  • Mia Galden

  • Ava Gill

  • Cecilia Keller

  • Lydia Musielewicz

  • Emelia Ortlieb

  • Celia Racz

  • Addie Reineck

Merit Roll

  • Laine Cantwell


Seventh Grade

Honor Roll

  • Reilly Allen

  • Luca Ciccone

  • Brenna Conway

  • Elise Efkeman

  • Henry Haggard

  • Caden Mangini

Merit Roll

  • AJ Boiarsky

  • Nate Henderson

  • James Krzyzewski

  • Jonah Muetzel

  • Liam Nordstrom

  • Ellie Pavich

  • Lyla Smith

Student Spotlight - Whetstone Park Rangers

The Whetstone Park Rangers U13 consists of ten Immaculate Conception students and parishioners. The seventh-grade students are Mike Hangen and Luca Ciccone. In sixth grade, Deegan Winland, Logan Bills, Ward Deberson, Aedan Richardson, Tyler Foley, Dominic Parram are on the team. Fifth-grade members are Josh Schultheis and Elias Isbell.


They won the Club Ohio Fall Classic Sunday going 4-0 for the weekend. They are part of a local soccer club in Clintonville, Whetstone Park Rangers. Congratulation to the team!


Is your student doing something interesting outside of the school? Please send an email to Mr. Logue at rlogue@cdeducation.org so we can share it in Wednesday News.

Saint Charles Preparatory School First Quarter Honor and Merit roll

Saint Charles Preparatory School recently announced its first quarter Honor and Merit Roll students. In order to be listed on the Honor Roll, a student must have earned a grade point average of 3.50 or better on the 4.00 grading scale. Students on the Merit Roll have achieved a grade point average between 3.00 and 3.49. Gentlemen who have earned a grade point average greater than 4.0 are indicated with a 4.0+. We congratulate the following Immaculate Conception School alumni for their academic achievement.


Honor Roll

  • Tate Bennett 4.0+
  • Luke Gibbons 4.0+
  • Andrew Miller 4.0+
  • Quinn Moore 4.0+
  • Wyatt Abbott
  • Thomas Clark
  • Luke Conway
  • Louis Fabro
  • Tiernan Hunter
  • Xavier Isbell
  • Sebastian Isbell
  • Noah Nordstrom


Merit Roll

  • Maxwell Colucy
  • Calder DeDino
  • Brayan Hunter
  • Sean Moore
  • Patrick Moore

Oakland Park Sidewalk repair

The sidewalk from our parking lot to Oakland Park is scheduled to be repaired (weather permitting) this Thursday and Friday. Families who use this sidewalk will be redirected slightly. Please pay special attention to the signage and the cones marking the path to Oakland Park.

Click on the flyer above to register.

Report Cards

First Quarter Report Cards were emailed to all families last Friday. If you did not receive the email, please contact Rick Logue at the school office. You can continue to view the report cards on your FACTS Family portal using the student tab on the left-hand side of the page.


Report Cards will be viewable until Friday, November 19. If you would like a permanent copy of the Report Card you can either save it to your computer or print it.

Save the Date: Parish Christmas Program - Corrected Date

Students in preschool, first grade, and fourth grade are working hard to prepare for the annual Parish Christmas Program. This will be held on Wednesday, December 15 at 7:00 p.m. in the church. More information will be forthcoming.

Christmas Boutique

Preparations for the Immaculate Conception Home and School Association's Christmas Boutique are underway! This year the boutique will be from Friday, December 3 to Sunday, December 5 in Marian Hall.


Students will have the opportunity to shop on December 3 for gifts. The cost of these gifts will range from $0.25 to $15.00. There will also be photos with Santa for $1.00, handmade buckeyes, and decorated Christmas trees. The trees vary in size and range from $7.00-$13.00. Suggested shopping list and information will be sent home the week of November 29. Keep an eye on your child's backpack for this information.


The boutique will be open to the public after school on Friday until 4:00 p.m. It will also be open after all weekend masses.


The boutique would not be possible without the help of many, many people. Boutique set-up and decorating starts on Thursday morning, December 2. There are several slots options. Please sign up for a volunteer shift at:


https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080C49A8AE2CA5FD0-2021


In accordance with diocesan policy, all volunteers must have taken a Protecting God’s Children class in order to volunteer.


Donations Needed: As of now, the boutique is in need of large plastic storage bins with lids or cardboard storage boxes with lids. If you would like to donate any items or if you have questions, please contact Ashley Watson, apwatson2@gmail.com

Book Fair

The Book Fair is continuing in the Immaculate Conception School Library until November 12. Students will have an opportunity to shop in person during their library specials time that week. The Book Fair will also be open during parent/teacher conferences on Thursday, November 11. Families may stop by to purchase books during this time. The in-person fair will be CASHLESS, so get ready now by setting up an eWallet gift card for your student at Scholastic! Credit cards will also be accepted.


Online shopping continues through November 21. By shopping our online fair, you have an expanded selection, and items are shipped directly to your home.


Get started at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/immaculateconceptionschool46 .

Information Station

  • Thursday, November 11 - 1:30 dismissal for Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • Friday, November 12 - 1:30 dismissal, AR Dress Down Day
  • Week of November 15 - STAR Testing for all students
  • Tuesday, November 16 - HASA Meeting
  • Wednesday, November 17 - Second Grade First Reconciliation
  • Thursday, November 18 - School Advisory Board Meeting

Immaculate Conception School

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