SCS News Brief

May 2, 2019

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Spring Show

We look forward to our annual spring show on Thursday, May 9th at 6:30 PM. Doors will open at 6:00 PM. Our theme this year is Disney!

Students are to dress as if they were attending a family party, please use your parental discretion. We request that students do not wear jeans or shorts. Thank you.

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Diocesan Day of Service

Help us Help Others!


St. Catharine School is participating in the Diocesan Elementary School Day of Service, Hearts to Hospitals: Hearts to Lead - Hands to Help, which will benefit sick children (babies - 17 years) in hospitals throughout the Diocese. Students in St. Catharine School, along with other elementary schools within the Diocese of Trenton are participating in a day of service.


We are collecting the following items: gift cards for convenience stores, restaurants, coffeehouses, gas stations, and grocery stores in any denomination; coloring books, crayons, markers, small toys, games, books, and crafts.


Please send your donations to school by Friday, May 3rd. On the day of service, our students will be making care bags to be delivered to our local hospitals.


Thank you for helping us help others!

#hearts2hospitals #dotdayofservice2019

Upcoming Events

5/2 Confirmation Rehearsal St. Margaret's Church 4:00 PM


5/3 First Friday Mass 9:00 AM

Confirmation St. Margaret's Church 4:00 PM


5/4 First Holy Communion St. Margaret's Church


5/9 Spring Show

Doors 6:00 PM

Show Starts 6:30 PM


5/10 May Crowning 1:00 PM our of St. Catharine's Church


5/17 Volunteer Recognition Prayer Service


5/20 Beauty and the Beast Performance


5/20-5/24 8th Grade Final Exams


5/24 Early Dismissal 12:30 PM


5/27 School Closed, Memorial Day


5/28 SCS Fun Day!


5/30 Ascension Thursday Mass 9:00 AM

***Early Dismissal 12:30 PM***

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Athletics

CHEERLEADERS

COACHES SUZANNE TORRES KRISTEN IRAUSQUIN

KRISTEN CICHON DONNA RYAN


I would like to acknowledge our cheerleaders. For the past 2 years our girls have been under the leadership of 4 outstanding and committed moms to the program.

They have taken a group of girls who might not have done cheer at all, just a little or experienced and developed them into fine young confident, athletic ladies. I know cheer does not get the recognition that other sport teams get, so at this time I wanted to recognize them to our school community.

They practiced every week like everyone else, learned new routines which the coaches created and became talented in so many areas of the sport. Let me remind you that each one has to really know the routine in order for it to be successful for if not an accident could easily happen.

There is no cheer contest but each year the MCAL has a cheer exhibition that allows the school to present 2 cheers. This year when I watched the exhibition I was truly blown away by the improved skill level, self confidence in the girls and the athleticism that the girls displayed. If, a prize was given they were getting

1st PLACE.

So, the group of moms who have been coaching will be moving on since their daughters are graduating and I want to thank them from the bottom of my heart for helping each girl to develop, grow, and become confident in themselves and that they can reach any goal they set out to do.


SPRING SPORTS


Spring sports have begun. A reminder to all that if your child/children are unable to make a practice/game please email the coach ahead of time. They are expected to be at all practices/games.


Also, I would like to personally congratulate our Girls Varsity Coach

Ellen Masonius who just finished her 15th year at Head Coach and achieving her 600 win.

The Girls Varsity also won the Run for the Roses tournament and this was the 40th annual tournament. Ellen (Clark) Masonius was the MVP for the 1st tournament. Congratulations, Ellen!!!!

PLEASE NOTE

***The annual Athletic Packet envelope is due on FRIDAY, MAY 3. Regardless of whether you play or are playing a sport each child/parent is to sign the required papers enclosed. Please return as soon as possible.


PEE WEE CROSS COUNTRY

****Also, there will be a change in Pee Wee Cross Country program. There will be no weekly practices for the child/children in the upcoming season. There will be 2 parent coaches responsible for each grade level. It is the grade level your child is going into in Sept. PreK 4 -3rd grade. More details will follow at registration time. The first registration for Fall Sports will be May 17-June 2.


POSITIONS NEEDED


COACH- PREK 4 1 Parent needed

COACH KDG 1 Parent needed


COACH BOYS JV BASKETBALL TEAM

COACH GIRLS CHEERLEADING TEAM


TREASURER - to keep the books, checks, etc.


CHEER CAMP

SUZANNE TORRES- SCS COACH

JULY 15-JULY 19TH 9:00-11:30 a.m.

GR 5-8 $175.00

Each Cheerleader will receive a t-shirt.


Thank you


Mrs. Meixsell

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