Catholic Schools Week 2015

St. Anthony's School

Sunday, January 29

Select students of St. Anthony's School will speak at Sunday masses at St. Anthony's church about St. Anthony's School and their experience in receiving a Catholic education of mind, body, and soul.

Monday, January 30- Disney Mania Monday

Catholic schools are communities of faith, knowledge, and service in our communities. Students are encouraged to bring in trial size hygiene products for Holy Cross Women's Center.

Students are encouraged to dress up as their favorite Disney character. Appropriate dress, as always, is required.

Tuesday, January 31- Clothes Inside/Out

Catholic schools are communities of faith, knowledge, and service in our students. Nothing says we are unique and creative as wearing your clothes inside/out with jeans.

Wednesday, February 1- Rainbow Wednsday and Talent Show

Catholic schools are communities of faith, knowledge, and service in our nation. Students may come wearing as many colors as possible with jeans.


Students participating in the talent show may wear their costume to school as long as they are able to sit comfortably in class.

Thursday,February 2 - Warm Up to Reading Day

Catholic schools are communities of faith, knowledge, and service in our Vocations. Students are encouraged to come to school with lots of extra books to read and share, wearing their coziness warm-up suits or sweats. Uggs may be worn today. No pajamas or slippers please. 5th grade students may bring their eReader today if they are ready to use it responsibly in the classroom. Students may also bring blankets and pillows to layout on the floor during our reading time.
Students may also bring their favorite board game to share and play.

Friday, February 3

Catholic schools are communities of faith, knowledge, and service in our faculty, staff, and volunteers. Students must wear mass uniform to school (no sweatshirts). 5T will lead the mass this day as we celebrate the conclusion of Catholic Schools Week.
**If any student does not want to wear the free dress outlined for any day, they may wear their school uniform instead and still support our Catholic School's Week festivities!