St. Paul News Bulletin

St. Paul School-Kevin Brever, Principal-February 13, 2014

Inspirational Quote

“Kindness affects more than severity.”

--Aesop - (620–564 BC) Ancient Greek Fabulist or story teller credited with a number of fables now collectively known as Aesop's Fables.

Table of Contents

  • St. Paul Parish School Calendar of Events
  • St. Paul Sports Calendar
  • Catholic Schools Week Montage
  • ---Bowling
  • ---Archery
  • Pennies for Patients - GOAL $4000.00
  • St. Paul Middle School Mixer - 2/15
  • Student Participates in "Fight for Air Climb" - 2/16
  • Hen Party - 2/17
  • Open House - 2/18
  • Second Grade Family Lunch - 2/20
  • St. Nicholas Academy (SNA) Mixer - 2/22
  • Parish Mission - 2/24-2/26
  • Ed Brown Corn Hole Tournament - 3/1
  • St. Paul Weekly News Video
  • Sacrament Information
  • Stay Connected
Catholic Schools Week Montage



Brent Padgett (grade 6) bowled in the regional Pepsi Tournament this past Sunday and placed 4th out of 90+ boys and girls in the 12 and under division scoring a 706 actual (no handicap). This advances Brent to bowl for the state title. He will bowl in Lexington the first weekend of March. St. Paul is very proud of his accomplishment and wish him well in the state tournament. Truly a 212 moment!


Congratulations to all of the St. Paul Archers who participated in the Regional tournament at Atherton this past Saturday. Special thanks to their coach Marc Gayheart.. The top scores for St. Paul were:

  • Savanah Sosna 243-23rd place in girls Middle School Division
  • Jacob Pruitt 241
  • Trenton Meuschke 235
  • Rachel Key 230
  • Matt Barnes 227-13th in boys Elementary Division

The team finished 15th overall We are proud of them Our next tournament will be February 21 and 22 at Atherton High School.

Pennies for Patients - GOAL $4000.00

Our school is thrilled to be participating in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's School & Youth Program, Pennies for Patients. Students last year raised nearly $28 million to fund breakthrough therapies to save the lives of blood cancer patients.

Funds raised enable the discovery and delivery of therapies that improve the quality of life for patients. In fact, of the 67 new cancer drugs approved by the US Food and Drug Administration since 2000.

Please click on this link to make an online donation to help reach our school's fundraising goal. It's easy! THANKS!

"Fight for Air Climb" - 2/16/14

Student Participates in "Fight for Air Climb" - 2/16/14

Nathan Beck will be participating in a Fight for Air Climb on February 16, 2014 in Cincinnati, OH. This will be the second year he has participated. He participates in honor of his two uncles that passed away from lung cancer. In order to participate, he must pay the registration fee and raise a minimum of $100.00.

In order to help him out and to help raise money for the American Lung Association I am letting the students pay $1.00 for an out of uniform day on Wednesday February 12th? Please bring in $1.00 on February 12th and come "out of uniform".

Below is some information about the climb:

Event Information Fight for Air Climbs are unique fundraising events for the American Lung Association. Novice and expert athletes of all ages are welcome to climb. Your participation will raise the funds necessary to provide life saving education, research and advocacy so we can beat lung disease and soon find a cure.

The 2014 Fight For Air Climb Cincinnati will be held on Sunday, February 16th at the Carew Tower located at 441 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH. The Climb is 45 floors and a total of 804 steps.


Each participant is responsible for their registration fee and $100 fundraising minimum. Participants who do not meet the $100 fundraising minimum CANNOT climb – no exceptions. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law. The American Lung Association® is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Please make checks payable to the American Lung Association. Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferable to another person or event. That means that once we receive and accept your entry, you will not receive a refund if you cannot participate, whatever the reason. To view registration information see the sections titled Registration Fees and Climb Options below. Both individual and team registration options are available. There are no additional fees to create a team.

Hen Party - 2/17

On Monday February 17th the ladies of the parish will have their annual Hen Party. This is a very important event for the parish. Proceeds raised go to Ladies Club and help purchase items for the church.

Each year the school supports the Hen Party by collecting can goods that are raffled off at the party. This is a huge money maker for the ladies and we are once again doing it this year.

Please have your child bring in a can good or more to school next week and we will begin collecting. The class that has the highest number of can goods turned in will receive a pizza party.

Please help us help the ladies of the parish and support their Hen Party by donating a can good or more. Thanks,

Kevin Brever

Second Grade Family Lunch - 2/20

FEBRUARY 20, 2014

12:00 P.M.


Chicken Parmesan, Mashed Potatoes, Peas, Salad, Fruit & Dessert


Uncrustable Grilled Cheese, Uncrustable Grape Peanut Butter and Jelly



Click this link for the GRADE 2 FAMILY LUNCH FORM.

St. Nicholas Academy Mixer - 2/22

  • Grades 6-8
  • Mt. Carmel's gym
  • February 22
  • 8-11 pm
  • $8.00 at the door

Parish Mission - 2/24-2/26

Saint Paul Church will be hosting Frank Runyeon Parish Mission on February 24, 25, & 26th.

Starting each night at 7pm

6901 Dixie Hwy

Free Will Offering

Ed Brown Corn Hole Tournament - 3/1

Ed was a valued parish member of St. Paul for over 30 years, serving on several boards and councils. His picture hangs in our school hallway in remembrance and to this day I continue to wear the wristband that was given to all school children, teachers and families in the parish when he died.

When Ed passed away several years ago the Men’s club decided to start a tuition assistance fund in his name. Ed had a passion for families that were hit by hard times and always wanted to help them with their tuition when this occurred. Over the past several years this fund has helped many families in need.

Each year the Men’s Club holds a special event in order to help fund this program. This year it was decided to have a Corn Hole Tournament. This event is being chaired by Roger Oliverio.

I hope you would seriously consider being apart of this event. Whether you are a corn hole player or not it will be a fun event to get needed funds to help families in our school and make it the success we are hoping for. Please spread the word and we hope to see you March 1st.

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Stay Connected!

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