St. Louis Catholic School News

August 15, 2018

Principal's Corner

Welcome Back!

Thank you to everyone that was able to attend our Back to School Night. A big thank you to the SLS Staff for planning the cook out, as well as the School Commission for cooking and serving the food.


Reminder

Just a quick reminder. As I said at Back to School Night, if you are happy with St. Louis, please tell others. You all are our best salesmen. On the other hand, if you see a problem, please tell me. I want to know. I can’t always fix everything, but I will sure try.


Mr. Chad Moeller

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Calendar of Events

  • August 16th - Gr 7/8 Vball @ Sunman Dearborn, 5:30
  • August 17th - Jr. High Youth Group, 3:00 pm
  • August 20th - Open Gym starts
  • August 21st - Gr 7/8 Vball vs North Decatur, 6:00 pm
  • August 23rd - Gr 7/8 Vball vs St. Michael, 6:00 pm
  • August 24th - All School Mass, 6th grade
  • August 24th - Bingo Volunteer Appreciation Event, 6:30 SLS Cafe
  • August 28th - 7/8 Vball @ Greensburg HS, 5:30
  • August 29th - All School Mass, 5th grade

"e" Learning Days

“Please remember to mark your calendars for our scheduled eLearning days on October 18, 2018 and November 13, 2018. These are normal school days where students learn digitally from home instead of onsite in the school building. More information to come”

RTI Teaching Position Available

RTI Teaching Position Available

SLS is currently looking for a teacher to fill a part-time RTI teaching position. Interested applicants should contact Chad Moeller at 812-934-3310 or cmoeller@st.louisschool.org.

Blessing of school/classrooms for the new year -- pictures below.

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Thought for the day......"Success is not measured by achievements, but by the lives we bless."

Archery Club at SLS

An Archery club will start here at SLS this year. If you are interested you will need to sign up. This club will meet once a week for an hour and a half and twice a week closer to competition time. You don't have to have your own bow, as we have our own that you may use. If you have questions about the club/team please ask Miss Trenkamp at etrenkamp@st.louisschool.org or at school.


Sign up sheets are hung in each 3-5 classroom along with one on each floor of Jr. High.


Thank you,

Miss Erin Trenkamp

Youth Group News

Anyone in Grades 8-12 and their parents are invited to an information meeting about the 2019 Mission Trip to Topeka, KS! The meeting will take place on August 26th at 4:00pm in the St. Louis School Cafeteria. Come find out if the TriForce Mission Team is right for you! Stay for pizza after the meeting! Go to triforcemissionteam.org or email triforcemissionteam@gmail.com for more information.


Jr. High - Our first Jr. High youth group for this school year will be August 17th after school in the SLS Cafe. We will be starting off with a pizza party, followed by some fun introductory games and other fun things to kick off the year. You can now register for Jr. High youth group online at https://form.jotform.us/72134678496165. Please register before participating in any youth group activities.


Parents - If you would like to help out at youth group on a regular basis, please consider joining the Jr. High Youth Group leadership team. It is a 2 hour commitment 2 times per month. Parents, Grandparents, and Guardians are all welcome! All adults will need to have the current Safe & Sacred course as well as a completed background check (within 3 years). To complete the course or to see if you are up to date, log into your account at https://safeandsacred-archindy.org. Email cwesseler@st.louisschool.org for more information.


Thank you!

Carrie Wesseler

Cardinal Sightings--Cardinal in Rome

We think this may just be the furthest spot our Cardinal traveled this summer--if not the furthest, it was still quite a trip!


Augie Hillenbrand & Jack Freeland traveled to Italy with their families and each took their Cardinal to various places. Rome is the furthest spot they traveled from home.

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Library News--Birthday Books

Dear Students and Parents,

We want to take a moment and thank all of you that participated in the “Birthday Books” program over the past Nine years. With your participation in this program we have been able to add new books to both the pre-school library and to the school library, as well as purchase additional resource books. Your generous donation has added to the reading enjoyment of students for years to come. We ask that you please continue to support the school library through this program. The deadline for turning in this year’s Birthday Book registration form is September 4, 2018.


Thank you,

Kim Schrank

St. Louis School Library

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Pizza Hut Fundraiser

Our monthly Pizza Hut fundraiser will be held again this year on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Please mark your calendar for September 12th!

Uniform Exchange Dates

Uniform exchange dates are as follows:


Thursday, August 16th @ 3:15-3:45

Tuesday, August 28th @ 6:30-7:30 p.m.


Hopefully we will have a new schedule for upcoming dates in the very near future. In the meantime, if you have any questions you may email Amy Tonges at atonges@st.louisschool.org, and she will be happy to help you. Thank you!

SLS Spiritwear - available at Joans Tshirt Printing

St. Louis Spiritwear hoodies, polos, and t-shirts can be purchased online at jtspspiritwear.com/sls. All SLS Spiritwear orders placed by the end of this month will be delivered to the school by September 15th! Need something sooner or last minute? Check out the limited selection of basic Tees and cotton sweatshirts in stock at Joan's T-Shirt Printing on Boehringer St. Our school gets back 20% from each item purchased!

Pictures from the Fireman's Festival Parade

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Cafeteria News

Please see the "Parent's Guide" below. This flyer contains helpful information about the school lunch line. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at slscafeteria@st.louisschool.org.


Thank you,

Tammi and Carla

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"THIS INSTITUTION IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER"

Back to School Cookout

A good time was enjoyed by all at our Back to School cookout. Thanks to all those who attended, and all those who helped the evening run smoothly!
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~~Volunteer Schedule below~~

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Bingo Weekly Workers

Please contact Amber McGuire for information on the weekly bingo volunteer schedule. You may reach her by email at amcguire@st.louisschool.org, or by calling the Parish Office at 812-934-3204, ext #222. Thank you!
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Bingo Appreciation Event for ALL VOLUNTEERS

What: Bingo Appreciation Event for ALL VOLUNTEERS (Weekly and Super Sunday)

When: August 24, 2018 – Doors open at 6; Dinner starting at 6:30

Where: St. Louis Cafeteria

Drinks, Door prizes, Bingo games, Gift Cards and more!


Please join us as we take an evening to thank all our volunteers who help make our Bingo program successful.
This is our chance to recognize each other and enjoy an evening of playing games and celebrating success of St Louis Bingo over the past year.

Please RSVP by the 17th if possible!

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8th grade open gyms

The 8th grade basketball open gyms will begin on Monday 8/20. All open gym times are listed on the athletic calendar.


Physicals, concussion and registration forms are due before participation.


Thank you!

Mike Burkhart

Athletic Director

St. Louis School

812-525-6585 ( cell )

SLS Girls' Volleyball vs Milan on 8/13/18

7th Grade St. Louis Catholic School Volleyball

The Lady St. Louis Cardinal 7th Grade Volleyball team topped the Lady Milan Indians in their season opener. 25-12, 25-16. Kate Weber setup the Cardinals for this win with serving 6 aces within her 12 points for the night. Catherine Streator was strong at the serving line with 7 points which includes 3 aces, Maggie Beiser with 6 points, Isabelle Wonnell 5 points & 3 aces and Ella Moster served 3 aces for her 3 points. The offense was led by Wonnell with the only hit in the game. Lilly Schebler led the defense with her passing skills along with Izzi Price and Ava Owens.


8th Grade St. Louis Catholic School Volleyball

The Lady Cardinal 8th Grade Volleyball team fell to the Lady Milan Indians in their season opener 14-25 & 11-25. The scoring was led by Audrey Beiser with 3 point & 2 aces followed by Megan Raab and Izzi Price with 1 point each. Ryanna Phillips led the offense with 2 hits along with Lilly Schebler, Mary Hunter and Raab with one each. Emma Livers & Maggie Beiser were strong all around to help support the team when needed.


Coach Jennifer Meer

Athletic Forms

Click here for a link to the forms.

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Dining Room Position Job Description for Hill-Rom

Hill-Rom Customer Experience Center Dining Room Attendant

This position will provide an exceptional dining experience to our customers during their visit to the Hill-Rom Customer Experience Center located in Batesville. Essential Duties include: Arranging and setting tables for specified number of guests, escorting guests to the buffet table, waiting and bussing tables, dining facility clean up and possibly other duties.


Education: High School Diploma or equivalent

Skills/Experience: Pleasant, professional demeanor. Dining Room/waitress experience. Must be flexible in the number of hours worked per week (0-24) from approximately 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM depending on customer trip schedule.

For more information, please call 812-934-8765.


Patricia Ertel
Customer Experience Center

O: 812 934 8765 | M: 812 212 6244
pat.ertel@hill-rom.com | www.hill-rom.com

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Julius Caesar/Shakespeare in the Park, August 16, 7pm

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