Principal's Corner

Star News -St. James Catholic School -October 26, 2018

Gospel Value: Respect

Respecting the life and dignity of myself and each person in thought, word and action.

Dear Star Families and Friends,

As many of you already know this was Red Ribbon Week, our students were involved in many activities. From listening to a speaker to pledging and praying for those with addictions. We had many ways that students could demonstrate that it’s important that we chose a drug free life. Our teachers discussed topics accordingly to their grade level and it was a success. We ask that you continue to teach your children as you already do, the importance of saying no and most importantly to pray for all of those that are lost in this addiction. Our teachers and students ask that you join us in prayer for a better world and a brighter future for all.


Alicia Vazquez

Principal

NEWS and more...

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Praying for Vocations


Every Thursday, Father Pruett selects a family to take a cross home and pray for vocations with their family. Bentlei was selected this week.

Uniform Notice

Uniform shorts may no longer be worn after November 2nd. Only uniform pants or the jumper/ skirts/ skorts may be worn.

SAVE THE DATE: Join us for a Thanksgiving Dinner at School!

Thursday, November 15th.

Adults and Guests– $5.00

Please make your reservation as soon as we send out the forms. . Deadline: 11-12-18


Menu-Turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, gravy, cranberry sauce and Pumpkin Pie


Thanksgiving Lunch Times

Pre 3-Pre 4- 10:30-11:15

Kdg, 1st, 2nd– 11:15-11:45

3rd, 4th, 5th – 11:45-12:15

6th, 7th, 8th– 12:15-12:45

PHOTOS OF THE WEEK!

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Red Ribbon Week Activities!

* Winners of Door Contest

* Making a Pledge

* Hanging Red Ribbons

* Middle School Speaker for Drug Awareness

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Thank you St. Philip Neri's 4th and 5th graders for joining us for Mass!

St. James the Greater Catholic School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, ethnicity, national origin, or disability in the administration of its educational policies, or athletic and other school-administered programs, including student admission.

Keep us in your prayers!