Shamrock School Scoop
September 13th, 2018
From the Desk of the Principal...
We had another great week - and are SO thankful for the beautiful weather we are having. The children absolutely love the new playground equipment - it is so sweet to watch them run and play and enjoy the fruit of all of your sacrifice and efforts in the form of both donations and installation. Also the door codes are finally working again. Please use your code if you need to enter the building before or after school. Thank for your patience with this.
Mid-terms will go home tomorrow (Friday) for grades 4-8 and all families are encouraged to attend conferences next week (Tues - Thurs).
Kids and teens do better in school when parents get involved. Attending parent–teacher conferences is one way to be involved and help your child succeed.
A parent–teacher conference is a great opportunity to:
- discuss your child's progress
- share your child's strengths and needs
- work with the teacher to help your child do well in school
If you haven't signed up online, you will receive a notice from the office with your assigned time. If you need to schedule a time outside of conferences with your child's teacher, we would be happy to accommodate - just let us know!
Beginning this weekend after masses and continuing through next week, the Book Fair will be open. Sister Deanna hopes that all of you can stop by with your students and peruse the selection of books available for purchase. Books are a great way to give your child a 'treat' that they both love AND is good for them.
+Peace in Christ
Mrs. Kristine Placek
"Be Still and know that I am God" Psalm 46:10
September Calendar Reminders
- 16 - 20: BOOK FAIR
- 18: Runza Dinner Night
- 18, 19, 20: Parent Teacher Conferences
- 28: School Picture Day
Save The Date
October 12th - Spookghetti Night
We are once again collecting Box Tops for Education. Our school goal is 12,000, when we meet this goal there will be an all school movie and popcorn.
A contest between the classes will begin this week with a deadline of Oct 19th. The winning class will get to choice an extra recess or ice cream.
Please have your children turn their Box Tops into their teachers or the office, labeled with their grade.
The class that collects the most box tops each time will receive an ice cream treat or extra recess! Thank you for your support!
School Pictures - Friday September 28th
- Order forms will come home with proofs in 10-14 days. NO payment due at this time.
- EVERY child will have their picture taken and be featured in the complimentary class composite and yearbook ($10 - order forms in office).
- Uniforms Bottoms with uniform top OR dress up top.
- Girls may wear dresses with leggings/ shorts underneath. Please remember they will be going out to recess and eating lunch in whatever they wear for the day.
- NO dress shoes – sneakers/ tennis shoes only.
- NO tank top/ sleeveless top without a cover up.
Husker concession stand
Husker Concession Stand Sign Up: Volunteer lists need to be submitted to UNL by the Monday of the weekend game. Please consider signing up before then. Thank you
S.T.A.G.E. Student Theatre
S.T.A.G.E. Student Theatre will begin fall classes September 11. Please visit our website to learn more about these classes in Art, Theater, and Creative Writing, plus
information on our One Day Theater Camp set for October 8. Space is limited so register early! Classes are for ages 7 and up!
September Shamrock Cafe School Lunch / Event Menu
CK Sisters Outdoor Fall Workday
Sat., Oct. 13,1:30-4:30 p.m. We will be doing a fall clean-up of our garden as well as cutting down trees. Helpful items to bring include gloves, pruning shears, clippers, wheelbarrows, shovels, rakes, pickups, chain saws and energy! Children are also welcome! Mark your calendars nowand contact Sister Mary Angela at email@example.com if you would like to come and help. Villa Regina Motherhouse, 4100 SW 56th St., about 2 miles west and south of Pioneers Park. (no rain date)