Family File Cabinet 11.3.23
Welcome back to the Family File Cabinet
Happy Friday! We had a wonderful week celebrating Halloween, All Saints Day and All Souls Day! Please remember that Parent-Teacher Conferences are this Wednesday and Thursday. These conferences are mandatory and offer a vital opportunity to connect with your child's teacher, gaining insights in to their progress. We value this partnership and look forward to discussing your child's achievements and addressing any concerns. Please note that Thursday, November 9, 2023 is an early dismissal at 12:00pm. Have a wonderful weekend.
Warm regards, Mr. Woodlin
Attendance - SAD FACE
This Weeks Attendance Numbers:
Attendance Average for the Week: 92.61% (Goal - 97%)
Mandatory Parent Teacher Conferences are Wednesday, November 8, 2023, and Thursday, November 9, 2023. With that being said, please know that our conference schedule provides families with an opportunity to discuss student growth, learning outcomes, and character development, and address action steps.
Conferences are mandatory*. All conferences will be face-to-face, in person, and will last 15 minutes, so please be on time. It is also encouraged that you take the time to meet with specials teachers; as well as any teachers your scholar works with besides their mandatory homeroom teacher. Here’s the schedule:
Wednesday, November 8, 2023 Time 4:00 pm - 6:45 pm
Thursday, November 9, 2023 Time 1:00 pm - 6:45 pm
Thursday, November 9, 2023, Early Dismissal at 12:00 pm
Friday, November 10, 2023, NO SCHOOL
*We would like to note that conferences are a very important part of a scholars education. Thus until you have completed the conference scholars may not attend school.*
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Save the Dates
- November 1st - 30th - Holiday Food Drive (flyer)
- November 6th - Picture Retakes
- November 6th - Mandatory Basketball Team Info Meeting - SSPP Gym @ 4:00pm
- November 8th - Mandatory Parent-Teacher Conferences 4pm - 7pm
- November 9th - Early Release at 12:00pm - Mandatory Parent-Teacher Conferences 1pm - 7pm
- November 10th - No School
- November 13th - Catholic East & Seton Community Meeting @ SSPP 5pm - 6pm
- November 15th - Bucks Dress Down Day
- November 16th - Seton Parent Meeting at Mary Queen of Saints @ 8:30am
- November 20th - November 24th - Thanksgiving Break - No School (return November 27th)
- December 1st - Report Cards go home
Catholic East & Seton Community Meeting
Join us for a meeting to connect with Seton staff, gain insights into their roles, and understand how they work together to support our school.
You'll have the chance to hear about Seton's mission and vision for this school year, which plays a significant role in guiding our educational journey. We encourage you to join us in this collaborative gathering, where we aim to foster a sense of community and partnership between our school and our families.
Additionally, we will be hosting a Q&A session, where questions submitted in advance will be thoughtfully screened by Mr. Woodlin. This ensures that we address the most pressing inquiries and provide valuable insights to our families. Please provide your questions here.
We hope to see as many of our wonderful families as possible at this meeting, as your active participation is a key part of our school's success. Together, we can continue to build a strong and supportive Catholic East Community.
Priority One: Strong Faith
Join Us For Mass
We would like to invite all of Veterans in our community to join us for Mass on Thursday, November 9, 2023. This mass will include special prayer intentions in honor of the Veterans in our community. Mass will be at St. Peter and Paul Church at 8:30am.
Expressing Gratitude: Inspired by 1 Peter 4:10-11
As partners in our mission to support and inspire our dedicated teaching staff, we've compiled a list of thoughtful ways you can uplift and appreciate your child's teacher. These ideas are rooted in the spirit of 1 Peter 4:10, which reminds us to use our gifts to serve one another as good stewards of God's grace.
For more details and the full list of suggestions, please follow the link below. Your active involvement in these initiatives is a testament to the values of our faith and greatly contributes to the well-being of our school community.