Seton School Newsletter
September 15, 2017
Back to School Night 2017-18
We are off to a good start...
- New water fountains on each floor
- Staff began ALICE training
- New school newsletter format
- Literacy training and focus for 2017-18
- School book room
- Middle school reading room
- New technology integrator
- 191 students currently enrolled
What to watch for...
- Book room and middle school reading room dedication
- New school website
- New promotional video for Seton School
- Return of the Seton Pride Award
- Mid-year state of the school
- New and continuing service opportunities for our students
For the Safety of All...
Never Hold the Locked Entrance Doors Open for Anyone
As you enter or exit our building, please do not hold the doors open for another person to enter. It is important that every person, even a parent you know, is buzzed into the building by the office. It is our way of monitoring who is in our building.
Always Check In at the Office
When you enter the building during the school day, please stop in at the office to sign in and get a visitor badge if needed.
Let Dr. Nardi Know if You Have a Building Key
We know that there are a number of school community members who have building keys for various reasons. Please send a brief email to Dr. Nardi at email@example.com with your name, the code imprinted on your key, and the reason you have one. It is extremely important that we have an inventory of key holders for security reasons.
Follow the Parking, Drop-Off and Pick-Up Instructions
Children are often unpredictable and we want to make sure that all of our students are safe. There are cones set up in the back lot to restrict car traffic. Please obey those restrictions as they are designed to keep everyone safe.
Thank you for working with the staff of Seton School to keep your children safe.
An Exciting Opportunity!
We would like to include family statements about why you chose Seton or what you like about Seton School. I understand that being on camera is not always comfortable, but please consider helping us to promote our school and to share what is special about Seton. Thank you.
Here is the link to our SignUp Genius.
Mystic Monk Coffee and Tea Sale to Support Seton School
The Monks of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel were founded by Bishop David L. Ricken of the Diocese of Green Bay. They were founded as a Public Association of the Christian Faithful in the Diocese of Cheyenne on October 15, 2003. Bishop Ricken established the monastery to live the fullness of the Carmelite tradition and way of life as is proper to monks.
In a mountain valley in Wyoming, the Carmelite Monks were looking for a way to support their growing community. After much discernment and prayer, the monks had the inspiration to start roasting coffee and selling the beans online. The first samples were roasted on a cast-iron skillet in the monastery kitchen and in 2007, Mystic Monk Coffee was born.
Since this humble beginning, more and more gourmet coffee drinkers have been enjoying the smooth, delicious taste of Mystic Monk Coffee. Most customers become regulars after the first delightful sip of Mystic Monk Coffee, and today around 85% of orders are from repeat customers. This is no surprise, as the Monks strive for perfection in everything they do and each coffee bean is roasted with love and prayer.
Order forms are in your Friday Folder and are also available in the school office. Orders will be collected monthly throughout the school year.
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Special Orientation For Parents Of Students Who Will Be Receiving the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist This School Year
All parents of students at Seton School and in Faith Formation classes who will be receiving First Reconciliation (confession) and First Eucharist (communion) this school year should attend a special orientation.
When: Tues. Sept. 26th at 6:00 PM
Where: Northside Faith Formation Center (2133 North 22nd Street) By St. Dominic Parish
- Basement in English, presented by Fr. Matthew
- Aquinas Room (meeting room off of long hallway next to church), in Spanish, presented by Fr. Gideon
Only parents need to attend orientation. If you would like babysitting, call Edie at the Faith Formation office, 920-458-5390 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Things to Bring (or you can turn these things in later)
1. Registration form with dates you have chosen for special events.
2. Baptismal Certificate if your child was not baptized at Holy Name, St. Clement, or St. Dominic
3. $25 sacramental fee (check made out to St. Dominic) FF families, this was on your class registration form, so you may have paid it then. This fee covers the extra supplies for retreats and other special events.
Dear Members of St. Clement Parish,
The Human Concerns Committee invites volunteers of all ages to help host the Emmaus Meal held at the Salvation Army on Saturday, September 16, 2017. The Emmaus Meal program provides fellowship and nourishment to families in need. Volunteers working at the Emmaus Meal discover that serving this free meal is a very meaningful experience. Please join us and lend a helping HAND.
A sign up board is at the back of church.
You can be involved in several ways including the following:
· volunteers to help on September 16 to set-up (9:30)
· volunteers to help on September 16 to serve meals. (10:30)
· (The entree is a delicious pulled pork made by Jeannine B.)
· volunteer to bake cookies or bars - bring to Parish Office or Salvation Army on Saturday 9/16/17 at 9:30)
· bring applesauce - bring to Parish Office or Salvation Army (9:30)
· prepare coleslaw - bring to Salvation Army at 9:30
· Send donation to Parish Office to defray costs.
COLONEL SANDERS COLE SLAW
For St. Clement Emmaus Meal - Please Double Recipe+
1 med. cabbage, grated
1 med. onion, grated
(or substitute above for bagged coleslaw)
1/4 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. celery salt
1 c. sugar
1/3 c. vinegar
1 c. mayonnaise
1 tsp. prepared mustard
Cook vinegar and sugar until sugar dissolves. Add coleslaw, mayonnaise, mustard and add sugar mixture. Stir well.
We serve approximately 200 meals and any food left over is donated to the overnight residents of the Salvation Army. If you can help, please sign up in the back of church or contact Lulu 457-2119, Tricia 457-2137, Jane 452-4223 or Jeannine 458-9598
8th Grade Families are Selling Raffle Tickets
Parking, Drop-off, and Pick-Up
School Pickup: Please park in the back parking lot behind the white line and wait for the students to be released. Please do not park or block the drive through lane, this is a high traffic area and we need to allow for free flowing traffic. Parents can park and then walk to pick up their 3K-4 students who will be waiting behind the cones with a teacher. Students in grade 5-8 may walk themselves and any younger siblings to a guardian's parked car.
3PK/4PK: Please wait outside in the back parking lot to pick up your child. The same rules as After School Pick-up Apply.
Aftercare Pick-up: Please ring the aftercare bell to gain access to the building.
Extracurriculars: Please pick up in the back parking lot.
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