Family File Cabinet 12.8.23
Dear Catholic East Families,
Join us tonight for a festive celebration at SSPP! Our Holiday Fun Night promises an evening filled with joy, laughter and Santa! Embrace the holiday spirit with exciting activities, delightful treats and a sprinkle of magic. Don't miss out on the cheer! Additionally, stay updated on the latest basketball action as our teams hit the court - check the school website for the complete schedule.
A quick reminder: In the spirit of health and wellness, and to ensure the well-being of our school community, students must be fever and vomit-free for 24 hours before returning to school. Lets keep everyone in good spirits and good health this holiday season!
This Weeks Attendance Numbers:
Attendance Average for the Week: 90% (Goal - 97%)
Holiday Fun Night Tonight
When: Friday, December 8, 2023
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Holiday Fun Night is a night for our scholars and their families to have fun making edible treats, various crafts and take pictures with Santa. The purpose of this event is to build bridges with our families while having fun. Join us tonight at SSPP!
Due Friday December 15th!
Christmas Candy Gram Sale
Support our CEE Cheer & Dance Team by purchasing Christmas Candy Grams! Candy Grams are $1 each and all proceeds go to the CEE Cheer & Dance Team. All purchases must be made by Friday December 15th.
Spirit Week Dress Down Passes!
Spirit Week will be January 7th - 11th, 2024! to participate scholars must purchase a $5 dress down pass by Friday, December 15. All proceeds will go to the CEE Cheer & Dance Team.
Priority One: Strong Faith
The Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Since the beginning of the Church, the Blessed Virgin Mary has been regarded as the holiest and the most blessed of all disciples. The celebration of the Immaculate Conception began in the 7th century under the title, “Conception of Mary by Saint Anne” and was changed to “Immaculate Conception” with the definition of the doctrine in 1854.
We can say that the Immaculate Conception was the beginning of our salvation and is now one of the central doctrines of our faith. Because of this, we celebrate the Feast Day to highlight the significant place Our Lady has in salvation history. This Feast is so essential that the Church has raised it to the rank of a Holy Day of Obligation.
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.