Transfiguration School Newsletter

November 23rd, 2020

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News and Notes

Dear Parents,


Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude. I am truly grateful to be the principal of Transfiguration School and to work with all of you and your children during these unprecedented times. I want to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for all you do to make all this work. I wish you a very happy and blessed Thanksgiving.


Report cards will be published through TADS educate today at 3:00 o'clock. After viewing the report card, you must click on the word acknowledge to acknowledge that you have viewed the report card. That is like the old signing of the report card envelope. This is found below the report card, when you scroll to the bottom of the report card.


You should have received a reminder email this morning. Parent Teacher Conference are tomorrow, November 24th, through Zoom.


Pie distribution is during pickup today. Please contact the parents' guild if you have any questions. The Annual Transfiguration Tree Sale is on Saturday, December 5th.


Have a great week and a wonderful Thanksgiving,


Ms. Kazan

Service Update

GIVING TREE - November 23 through December 11: Transfiguration School has partnered with the St. Vincent de Paul Society to help provide gifts to needy children in our area. Our Giving Tree will hold 50 tags for St. Simon Stock - St. Joseph Church in the Bronx. You will notice that the children ask for clothing items, and you can find their name and sizing information on the tag. If shopping is not for you, please know that gift cards to stores like Old Navy, Target, Visa, etc., are equally appreciated!


Gift Drop Off Dates: Saturday,12/05 9:00am-2:00pm at the Christmas Tree Sale OR Friday, 12/11 at Transfiguration School. This will allow us time to account for all the gifts and return to the Church prior to pick-up.


If you have any questions, please contact Gina Mueller, glranieri@live.com or 914-500-3732.

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November 29th- 1st Sunday of Advent

This Sunday, December 29th, marks the first Sunday of Advent. Advent is one of my favorite seasons in the Church and is often overlooked as Christmas has become more secular.

In the Catholic Church, Advent is a period of preparation during the four Sundays before Christmas. The word Advent comes from the Latin advenio, "to come to," and refers to the coming of Christ. There are many wonderful rituals surrounding Advent. I have attached an Advent calendar for next week with some daily reminders, activities and prayers to do with your children .

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From the Parents' Guild

Please see the flyer below regarding an exciting Christmas fundraiser!
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Reminders and Important Dates:

Monday, November 23rd- Report Cards released at 3:00

Tuesday, November 24th- Parent Teacher Conferences 11:45 dismissal

Wednesday, November 25th - 11:45 Dismissal

November, 26th-November 27th- Happy Thanksgiving