St. Paul Bulletin

St. Paul School - Kevin Brever, Principal - March 22, 2013

Inspirational Quote of the Week

”Humor is the affectionate communication of insight..” - Leo Rosten

CATHOLIC IDENTITY Mass Schedule



3-26-13 Grades K-3 (3) 8:15

3-27-13 Grade 4-6 (5) 8:15

No school Mass for Thursday or Friday

Please attend the Mass of your choice Saturday or Sunday




Important Dates

MARCH

22 – Friday - All School Mass (Grade 2) 8:15 AM

- 8th Grade Cookie Sale

- Stations 1:30 PM

- Fish Fry 4:30 PM

- Bingo 7:00 PM

23 - 4/5 Regional Governor's Cup @ St. Mary's

24 - Regional Penance Service (Church)

28 - Holy Thursday

- Middle School Assembly - 8:15

29 - Good Friday

- Stations of the Cross - 1:30

30 - Holy Saturday

31 - Easter


APRIL

1-5 - Spring Break


8 - Monday - Mens Club Meeting 7:30 PM

9 - Tuesday - Grades 3-5 Brown Theater 9:30 AM

10 - Wednesday - Sports Committee Meeting 7:00 PM

11 - Thursday - 8th Grade Cookie Sale 11:30 AM

12 - Friday - All School Mass (Gr. 1) 8:15 AM

- Confirmation at St. Lawrence 7:00 PM

- Bingo 7:00 PM

13 - Saturday - First Eucharist Celebration 4:00 PM

- PTA Super Bingo 6: 00 PM

14 - Sunday - Grades K & 1 Class Liturgy 9:30 AM


Super Bingo - Saturday, April 13, 2013

Saint Paul School will be sponsoring a Super Bingo on Saturday, April 13, 2013. Doors will open at 6:00 PM and Bingo will start at 7:30 PM. The ticket cost is $20.00 per package and will include 18 face cards for all regular games and 9 face cards for all special games. Additional game packages will be available for $10.00 for those of you who like playing more cards. There will be $1000 coverall and total payouts of $4000 if at least 150 attend.


We will be sending home one ticket per family and hope everyone can sell or purchase at least one.

News from the Classroom

Current Reading and Math Skills Progress Data Available

Parents of Students K-5:


For the most current update on your child's progress in Reading and Math Skills, SuccessMaker reports can be sent home. Upon request, at anytime during the school year, you can know the most current data available on your child's on-going progress. To request a current report, please contact the Student Services Coordinator, Sunni Kelty at 502-639-6748.

Library

Library: The Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st grade are talking about fairy tales and how they are different than other books this week. The 2nd and 3rd grades are learning about the Dewey Decimal System and the 4th, 5th, and middle grades are finishing up our unit on research skills.

SPD

SPD: The 4th, 5th, and middle school classes enjoyed lessons with hockey this week. The Pre-K and Kindergarten enjoyed a new exercise CD, and the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades took the PE challenge.


Art

8th grade: Working on a personal message project, their choice of medium. They are either doing ceiling tiles for the upper floor or ceramic tiles.

7th grade: Printing motifs. Began with a crayon rub of a texture print. Next a foam print on 3 x 3 inch mat board. Last, printing using soft cut rubber. They use cutting tools to create a print motif in four colors which they will print on a 12 x 12 inch square.

6th grade: Cubism: doing presentations to prepare them for their clay project, a cubist portrait. Should be interesting.

5th grade: Clay - creating a sculpture of a person from the neck up (called a bust).

4th grade: Clay - making a portrait relief. A relief is a sculptural piece of art that is intended to be view from one side, like a plaque. They are using subtractive method to create the face.

3rd grade: Just completed glazing their organic sculptures of clay.

2nd grade: Finished their landscape painting project. Will begin clay this week.

1st grade: Glazed their pinch pots. Began a lesson on symmetry today where objects are cut out, arranged and glued in a balanced way to show symmetry.

Kindergarten: Finished their Wegman Weimaraners. In the tradition of William Wegman, who costumes Weimaraner dogs, the Kindergarten watched a video of these silly dogs and then glued printed pictures of their heads to paper and drew a costume for them. They are a riot!

Pre K: Made kites and Easter eggs. The kites still need string attached and the Easter eggs were used on the bulletin board across from the Pre K room.

KET School Video Project - 7th and 8th Grades

KET School Video Project — Our Environment: Local Solutions is an opportunity to integrate multimedia technology and media studies with science curriculum in a fun and meaningful spring project, along with a chance to win an iPad, educational apps, and accessories for making more great video projects!

  • What: Student-produced videos about local solutions to environmental problems: projects can be brief PSAs (public service announcements) on ways to conserve resources, news-story explorations on how to prevent pollution, discussions of environmental problems and local solutions, mock debates, and more.
  • We are making it a collaborative project between disciplines. The 7th and 8th grades are writing short stories and the 8th grade are creating a book at the end of the project.
  • The 8th grade is doing a video project: a PSA on pollution. The students are now brainstorming ideas. Students were assigned jobs and have started working on facts:

Actors- Kyle, Garrett, Adyson, Camryn, Victoria

Writers- Adyson, Kelly, Caroline

Editors- Lauren, Evan, Olivia

Directors- Garrett, Kyle, Amber

Camera Operators- Kyle W, Hunter

Music- Lauren, Camryn, Olivia

Fact Checkers- Everybody

Props- Michael, Kyle W, Hunter



  • When: Entries are due at the KET website by April 30, 2013.
  • Prizes: All participating schools and organizations will automatically be entered in a prize drawing to be held on May 1 for an Apple iPad with environmental study and video production apps, plus video production accessories including a tripod, tripod adapter and microphone. We'll post the winner of the prize drawing on this web page and will also notify the winner by e-mail. Please note that it's a prize drawing and not a contest.

State Governor's Cup Competition

Our 4th and 5th graders will competing in the State Governors Cup competition at St. Mary's on Saturday, March 23rd

Fish Fry - March 22, 2013

Fish Fry Dinners

You are invited to our last Friday Lenten Fish Fry dinner.

The Fish Fry Committee is composed school parents, parishioners and other parish organizations. The entire parish community is helping support this function.

All of us working together will ensure the financial success of these fish fry's and we will achieve our goal.


3/22 - 2nd, 6th, 5th Grade & Kindergarten Families,

Your class is responsible to provide adult workers for the Fish Fry on February 22nd. Please let me know when you can work. You may sign up for the following times:

4:00 -6:00 PM - 10 adults

6:00-8:00 PM - 10 adults

8:00-9:00 PM - 10 adults

We also need cakes, pies, etc for cake wheel. If you work and bring in a cake your child will receive two dresses down days (1 for working and 1 for cake).

Please let me now as soon as possible so that arrangements can be made.

Thanks, Kevin Brever

St. Paul Fish Fry Menu 2013


Fried Fish Dinner

2 piece of fish, bread, 2 sides, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee $9.00

Baked Fish Dinner

2 piece of fish over rice, 2 sides, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee $9.00

Shrimp Basket Dinner

Shrimp, 2 sides, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee $9.00

Child/Senior Fish Dinner

1 piece of fish, bread, 1 side, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee $7.00

Fried Fish Sandwich

2 piece of fish, bread $6.00

Baked Fish over Rice

2 piece of fish, rice $6.00

Shrimp Basket $6.00

Pan Fried Oysters $3.00

Rolled Oyster $3.00

Onion Rings $2.50

Cheese Pizza Slice $1.50

Grilled Cheese Sandwich $1.00

Choice of Side Items (Ala Carte $1.50)

Macaroni and Cheese Baked Potato

Cole Slaw Rice

French Fries Fried Pickles

Green Beans

Extra Hushpuppies (3 for $0.50)

Credit Cards Accepted

Drinks Available at the Bar, Soft Drinks and Beer are Sold Separately, Free Refills on Tea or Coffee