News from the Office
January 19, 2018
RETURNING FAMILY REGISTRATION
Paperwork was sent home on Wednesday of this week. If you will be returning next year, please be sure to follow the instructions that accompany your child’s student profile. Please note that if you pay your Registration and Instruction Materials Fee by March 1, 2018 there will be a $50 discount.
NEW FAMILY REGISTRATION
Paperwork for NEW students in PK - 8 will be available very soon! If you know of a family that may be interested in registering a new child at our school, please let us know and we will contact them. We would love to give them a tour of our school and mail them an application and recruitment packet. If you plan on registering a sibling, please let us know this as well. Our PK filled up very fast last year and we wouldn’t want you to miss out!!
SCRIP GIFT CARDS
Please remember to send your SCRIP orders in to the office by 9am every Monday. We will fill your orders and return them to you on Friday of the same week. Please remember that unless you “bought out” you are obligated to purchase SCRIP with a net rebate of $150 ending April 15, 2018.
WEDNESDAY TREATS/SNACKS FOR FACULTY
Did you know that if you prepare a treat or snack for the faculty you can count your time as service hours??? In the past, parents would sign up to bring a snack on Wednesdays. If you would like to volunteer for this opportunity please contact Francine Poe at 253 777-5319 or email@example.com. You may also call the office and we will relay your message!
Sock Drive Update
Remember the sock drive ends on Tuesday, January 23rd!
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK
Please see the schedule below for our school during CSW, Monday, January 29 - Friday, February 2nd.
Scrip Order Form
Particulars from Principal Nuno
On Saturday, students from our school and members of our parish religious education program will participate in their second First Communion Retreat. I invite our school staff and families to continue to pray for our young people as they take this next step in their relationship with God. The sacrament of First Communion is a powerful step for these young people as they grow in their faith and as they grow in communion with our Church. I am reminded that these young people are the future of our church and of our community. It gives me great hope to imagine how they will impact our world in the future. It also reminds me of the great responsibility we have as a school and as a faith community to provide these young people with a strong faith, with a respect for others, and that they are prepared with the skills necessary to be successful. My prayer is for our students and the members of religious education. May they be blessed and receive God’s grace in a special way as they prepare for their First Holy Communion. May their journey be filled with joy as they grow in a greater understanding of God and a deeper faith in God.
On Monday our students will attend the Mass for Life at St. Martin’s University. The overarching message of the Church’s teaching about life is rooted in the word dignity. God’s creation is a gift, and in as much as we are created by the breath and by the hands of God, each human individual is a gift. The Mass for Life and the events surrounding the Mass will echo the church’s teachings about dignity for all human life.