Ms. Monaghan's Message - Sept. 27
Challenge, Inspire, Empower, & Serve
Important Upcoming Dates
Oct. 1: Bring a plain t-shirt to school (see more info below)
Oct. 6: Student Led Mass @ 11:00
Oct. 7-9: FIRE Week (Dress Down Days - See Below)
Oct. 9: Noon Dismissal - Parent/Teacher Conferences
Oct. 10 - No School - Parent/Teacher Conferences
Oct. 11 - No School - Diocesan Professional Development Day
Family Income Survey
Diocesan Required Income Survey
Please click the link below to fill out the survey if you haven't done so already. Thank you!
October 1 - Bring a Plain T-Shirt to School - 2nd Notice
Don't feel like you have to go out and buy something new! If your chid has a plain t-shirt hanging in his/her closet (that you don't mind donating), just send it in! If you have a bunch of extra plain t-shirts around, send those in, too! Students will be decorating their "Be Kind" t-shirt and bringing it home over the weekend so that it can be worn on Monday, October 7th for our "Be Kind Dress Down Day".
If you are unable to provide a plain t-shirt for your child, just send me an email at email@example.com. If you are willing to donate extra t-shirts, please send those in by October 1st as well! Thank you for helping us with this project!
Reminder: Bring in a plain t-shirt (any color, no writing or designs) by October 1st.
S.O.S. - Middle School Suicide Prevention Program - 2nd Notice
To provide an educational opportunity for students, parents, and faculty to gain a deeper understanding of depression and suicide and to be able to communicate with each other using a common language.
To help understand that depression is a treatable illness.
To explain that suicide is a preventable tragedy that often occurs as a result of untreated depression.
To provide students, parents, and faculty training in how to identify serious depression and potential suicide risk.
To impress upon students that they can help themselves by taking the step of talking to a trusted adult about their concerns.
To partner together in understanding, identifying, and helping those dealing with depression and to provide resources to assist families with this very serious issue.
On Wednesday, November 13 at 5:30pm, St. Patrick School will host a parent information night where you will learn more about this program. Parents will have a chance to understand how the program works, gain access to a parent portal where you can find a lot of great information, and ask any questions you may have.
All parents of middle school students are encouraged to attend this PARENTS ONLY meeting. After the parent information night, you will have the chance to opt your child out of this program or to allow your child to participate in this program fully. Please make plans to attend!
October 6 - Student Led Mass @ 11:00
All students who participate in mass and wear their uniforms to church on this day will receive a dress down pass!
FIRE'd Up for Inclusion Week - October 7-9
Tuesday, October 1: Classroom Coin Challenge Begins - Which classroom can collect the most coins for FIRE?? The classroom with the most donations by October 9th will receive a popsicle party!
Monday, October 7:
Be Kind Dress Down Day - Students will wear the t-shirts they design, along with jeans to show their support for inclusion!
Tuesday, October 8:
K-5 - "Superheroes for Inclusion" - Students are invited to wear Super Hero costumes or t-shirts on this day.
6-8 - Field Trip - Spirit Day - Wear St. Patrick Spirit Wear
Wednesday, October 9:
Wear Red or Blue for FIRE! Wear your red/blue FIRE t-shirt or any red/blue t-shirt to show your support for FIRE! We will announce the winners of the Classroom Coin Challenge on this day. All donations will go to the FIRE Foundation.
FIRE Raffle Tickets
Or you can purchase them online at the link below.
Click the link below to purchase your Auction tickets!
Auction Help Needed!!!
Are you Willing to Help??
We appreciate ALL volunteers!!