SAS Parent Newsletter
September 19, 2020
Installation of Bishop Edward Malesic
This week marks an important moment in the Diocese of Cleveland as we welcome the installation of Bishop Edward Malesic. Bishop Malesic will now oversee and lead the 185 parishes located in the Diocese of Cleveland, including its educational institutions. As we continue to learn more about Bishop Malesic, his journey to priesthood recognizes the importance of listening to God's calling and following the way of Jesus. He reinforces this message to young people in his homily from his installation, which I have included below and encourage all families to watch.
As I reflect upon the message from his homily, I continually connect his message to this year's school theme of, "Step by step, He will lead us." In times of such great challenges, burdens, and uncertainty, we must face these obstacles with trust, courage, hope, and unity. We must never lose sight that God has a plan for all of us and we must follow Jesus as He will show us the way.
Again, I encourage all families to watch the 20 minute video. To learn more about Bishop Malesic, follow this link.
Parents, beginning on September 21, your child will be receiving points for wearing their PE uniform on their assigned days. Failure to have the proper uniform will result in a deduction of points.
The PE uniform may be ordered at https://stanthonype.itemorder.com/sale. Please note that this is the only PE uniform that may be worn this year. Thank you for your cooperation and support.
This week we were informed that starting September 18, traffic cameras will be installed in all the Catholic school zones in Parma and by Normandy High School. If you speed or accelerate, you will receive a camera ticket in the mail and the fine will be doubled because it is in a school zone. Just a reminder to drive safe!
Reminders: Wash Your Mask and Morning Arrival
Just a reminder, masks should be rotated daily and washed regularly. Also, please remember to wait until your child receives clearance to enter the building before pulling away at drop off.
All in all, these are rather minor issues and I would like to thank families for their cooperation with all of the procedures. Keep up the great work!