St. Louis Catholic School News
January 10, 2018
Thank You for Supporting Rushville Family
The following is an email we received from St. Mary's in Rushville: “Thank you for collecting money to help our family whose home, and all its contents, were destroyed by a fire a few weeks ago. The donation was very generous! We were able to purchase new Christmas stockings, Christmas pajamas, bedroom decorations and necessities, some Christmas gifts for the family, as well as a new blanket for each person. Again, thank you so much -- it is times like this when being in a Catholic School is so special, as we know God is working through each of you to show this family His love and grace.”
STEM Grant from RCCF
A big thank you goes to the Ripley County Community Foundation. They approved a grant for SLS to purchase some STEM supplies.
FYI - 20 Degrees Wind Chill
Just an FYI that 20 degrees is our cutoff for sending students outside for recess. We actually use the wind chill to make this determination. So, 20 degrees wind chill or above we go outside. Anything below that we keep the students inside.
Mr. Chad Moeller
Calendar of Events
- January 10th - PTO Meeting at Amacks Well, 6:30-8:00 pm
- January 10th - Pizza Hut fundraiser
- January 11th - 7th/8th gr Boys bball vs St. Barth. at 6:00 pm
- January 15th - 7th/8th gr boys SEI Tourney #1 @ Greendale MS, 5:30 pm
- January 16th - 7th/8th gr boys SEI Tourney #2 @ BMS, 5:30 pm
- January 17th - ASM, 3rd grade
- January 17th - 7th/8th gr Girls Bball @ St. Lawrence, 6:00 pm
- January 17-18th -- RAA YAS Music Showcase
- January 18th - 5th/6th gr Girls Bball vs St. Vernon, 6:00 pm
- January 18th - 7th/8th gr Girls Bball @ Franklin County, 5:30 pm
- January 18th - 7th/8th gr Boys SEI FInal Tourney @ Greendale MS, 5:30 pm
- January 20th - 2nd grade Sacrament Day, 8-11:00 in the Activity Center
- January 22nd - 5th /6th gr Girls Bball @ St. Michaels, 6:00 pn
- January 22nd - 7th/8th gr Girls Bball vs St. Marys, 6:00 pm
Uniform Exchange Dates
Monday, January 15, 2018 6:00pm-7:00pm
Thursday, January 25, 2018 3:15pm-3:45pm
Talent Show Auditions
Calling All Original Talents
Our Talent Show will be held on Friday, February 2nd at 1:30pm. Mrs. Imel will be holding auditions in the upstairs lab (if we need the hallway for a dance group we will have it as well) on Monday, January 15th from 3:10-4pm and Wednesday, January 16th from 3:10-4pm. Please have your student get a form from the office if they would like to participate. If it is a group please list all members. They are due back to the office by Monday, January 15th before school.
Mrs. Jessica Imel
Locks of Love
Jayden and Libby Boedicker made their First Communion at Mass on Dec. 20. Congratulations to them both, as well as their family!
Kindness--pass it on!
Did you know that kindness is WAY more than doing something nice? Being kind, and expecting nothing in return, can actually make you healthy, too!
Based on our kindness chain, there are a lot of smiles and positive energy here at SLS. Check out the attached short research synopsis at your leisure, and continue to enjoy the beauty of sharing kindness.
The price will remain at $17 this year for orders that are placed (and paid for) by the end of January. There will be a limited number of extra yearbooks ordered, and they will be priced at $19 per book. Thank you!
Jr. High Musical
Mark your calendars!The junior high musical has arrived! To answer the question on everyone's mind, this year's musical will be "Beauty and the Beast, Jr.". More information will follow after Christmas break. We will perform Thursday, May 3 and Friday, May 4 at 7:00 each evening in the Oldenburg Academy Auditorium. All junior high students are REQUIRED to participate.
Miss Christy Kushman
St. Louis School Music Teacher
Lunch Price change
"THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER"
Steubenville Youth Conference
The Steubenville Youth Conference is open to all Catholic teens in 8th-12th grades as of Fall 2017. We live in a world where there are voices shouting at us from all sides, trying to tell us who we are and who we aren’t, who we should be and who we shouldn’t be. If we pay too much attention to these voices, it won’t be long before we forget our true identity altogether. But amidst all the noise is our loving Father, who wants to make Himself known to us and speak truth about who we are.
God’s love is deeper and His plan for our lives is greater than anything the world has to offer – will we allow Him to reveal it to us? This summer, over 50,000 Catholic teens across North America will participate in 25 Steubenville Youth Conferences, and we want you to be one of them! Come experience the love of God in a new and more profound way. He has so much in store for you. June 15-17, 2018. Registrations are now open.
To register go to http://www.stlouis-batesville.org/ym__steubenville, email TeamJesusSteubenville@gmail.com, or call Carrie Wesseler (812)212-9477 or Angie Moster (812)212-7026. Thank you!
Lost and Found
Girls on the Run
- Spring Season: February 26-May 18
- We are in need of 45-55 volunteer coaches!
- Volunteers are needed at ALL sites!
- You DO NOT need to be a runner! You DO need to be dependable & enthusiastic!
- You are fully trained and given ALL materials! No lesson planning involved!
- Volunteers must be finalized by January 18th!
- Sign up here: https://www.raceplanner.com/volunteer/signup/MGGRMVFLH1YOA0C
- Please reach out to me at 812-212-1977 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information about the role of a coach! It's easy, rewarding and fun!
Thank you for your consideration in making a difference!
Lynn HertelCouncil Director, GOTR of MMHealth
~~Volunteer Schedule for next week~~
Cafeteria Volunteers needed
"We need YOU!" -- The Cardinal Cafe has had several volunteers unable to continue working. Please see updated schedule below to find where you can help out. Thank you in advance!
St Louis 7th Grade Boys Basketball Recap
The St Louis Cardinals 7th grade boys basketball team defeated the Greensburg Pirates January 2nd by a score of 39-30. The Cardinals will be in action again Thursday, January 4th as they play the Sunman-Dearborn Trojans at home in the Activity Center at 6:00pm.
Ryan J. Schebler
St Louis 7th Grade Boys Basketball Recap
The St. Louis Cardinals 7th grade boys basketball team was defeated by the Sunman Dearborn Trojans last Thursday by a score of 39-24. Scoring for the Cardinals were Conner Ertel, Noah Tuveson, Peyton Ditmer and Charlie Schebler.
The Cardinals will be in action again Monday night, January 8th, against St. Nicholas in the Activity Center at 6:00pm.
Ryan J. Schebler
7/8 Girls BBALL SCHEDULE CHANGE
1/18 vs FCMS is now an "AWAY" game
1/30 vs St Lawrence game has been changed to 1/17 @ St. Lawrence, with a 6:00 start time
2/27 vs St Nicholas may be a 7th grade only pending on how many girls at St. Nicholas.
SLS Athletic Director
5/6 Girls Basketball game changes
There were some conflicts with other schools that had to be worked out. The athletic calendar has been updated with the following changes:
1 ) THE 1/29 GAME VS ST LAWRENCE IS NOW AN AWAY GAME
@ ST LAWRENCE WITH A 5:30 START TIME.
2 ) THE 2/15 GAME IS NOW A HOME GAME AND WILL BE PLAYED ON
2/12 WITH A START TIME OF 6:00
PLEASE REMEMBER TO CHECK THE CALENDAR REGULARLY FOR UPDATES!
SLS Athletic Director
"When a father stands tall in his child's eyes, it has nothing to do with height and everything to do with heart." Author unknown
String Theory - Quality Affordable Music For Your Festival
String Theory was formed in 2016 and is comprised of former members of The Remains
and Haymarket Riot, two of Cincinnati’s most respected bands. We focus on classic rock
material from artists such as The Beatles, Eagles, CSN, America, Queen, Neil Young, Pink
Floyd, Simon and Garfunkle as well as some contemporary artists like Jason Mraz, Mumford
and Sons and Phil Phillips.
The four members of the group have over 100 years of performing experience and our focus
is to provide high quality entertainment for budget conscious parishes. There are a number of
bands that perform the festival circuit that are outside the budgets of most parishes. Our goal
is to service the smaller parishes and help them by supplying a quality evening of music and
working with your budgets to make it work for you. I am from a smaller parish in Cincinnati so
I know first hand how challenging this is.
Please feel free to contact me when you begin planning your festival for 2018. We would love to
have the opportunity to work with you.
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