The Colt Classified

March 5, 2018

Happenings

2018-2019 Registration is now Taking Place

We're looking forward to having all of our families return for the upcoming school year. Please be reminded that re-enrollment must be completed by this Friday, March 9th in order to guarantee placement for your child for the 2018-2019 school year. Please contact Mrs. Ponce if you need assistance with registration on RenWeb.

There is no choir practice this afternoon.

Saint of the Month Awards

Congratulations to the following scholars on being presented the Saint Scholastica award at last Friday's Mass:


  • Grant Arnold
  • Cristina Boone
  • Gabrielle Cruz
  • Juan Pablo Cruz
  • Sara Demian
  • Thomas Darmodjo
  • Grace Farnum
  • Joseph Galligan
  • Caroline Gordon
  • Christopher Habal
  • Sebastian Habal
  • Gavin Hernandez
  • Russel Hymel
  • Evan Ingram
  • Joseph Lewis
  • Anne Marie Miguel
  • Christian Natividad
  • Jaide Prejean
  • Angelina Reyes
  • Michael Rodriguez
  • Ramiro Rodriguez
  • Mary Rosero
  • Raina Winfrey
  • Melinda Winston

PSO Family Dine

Join us Tuesday, March 20th at Panda Express, I 610 & Beechnut, 8705 West Loop South, anytime between 11:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. 20% of sales will benefit our PSO as they continue to work towards their goal of installing a marquee sign. Please mark your calendars!

View Steps for Students Photos Online

https://www.archgh.org/photo-library/steps-for-students-2018/


Be sure to visit the CCCS Facebook page as well!

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Science Fair Judges Needed

Corpus Christi Catholic School is proud to host the Annual Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Elementary Science Fair on Thursday, March 22, 2018!

Approximately 25 judges are needed to ensure that it runs smoothly!


If you or anyone that you know of would like to join us in assisting some the brightest and most creative elementary students in our Archdiocese, please contact, Dr. McCoy at 713-664-3351 or mmccoy@corpuschristihouston.org.


We need professionals with expertise in the following disciplines:

Animal Sciences

Chemistry

Energy & Transportation

Mathematics

Physics & Astronomy

Robotics and Intelligent Machines

Behavioral & Social Sciences

Computer Sciences

Environmental Sciences

Medicine & Health

Plant Sciences

Life Sciences/Physical Sciences

Biochemistry & Microbiology

Earth & Space Sciences

Engineering:

· Aerospace

· Chemical

· Civil

· Electrical & Mechanical

· Materials & Bioengineering


Thank you for your consideration!

Lenten Fact- What is Almsgiving and why do we do it?

Almsgiving is donating money or good to the poor. It is a witness to fraternal charity and a work of justice that is pleasing to God.

"Give alms from your possessions. Do not turn your face away from any of the poor, and God's face will not be turned away from you. Son, give alms in proportion to what you own. If you have great wealth, give alms out of your abundance: if you have but little, distribute even some of that. But do not hesitate to give alms; you will be storing up a godly treasure for yourself against the day of adversity. Almsgiving frees one from death, and keeps one from going into the dark abode. Alms are a worthy offering in the sight of the Most High for all who give them." (Tob. 4:7-11)

Prayer Requests

  • For the speedy recovery of Evan Ingram (4th)
  • For the speedy recovery of Jazmin Escoto, niece of Ms. Landa
  • For God's healing of Mr. Aaron "Skip" Deacon, grandfather of Ian (6th) and Gavin (2nd) Hernandez
  • For God's healing of Mr. Danny Granados, father of Vidalael (4th)

Upcoming Events

School Board Meeting

Tuesday, March 6th, 6-7:30pm

Library

PSO Board Meeting

Wednesday, March 7th, 5pm

Library

Spring Break Begins

Monday, March 12th, 12am

CCCS

Classes Resume

Monday, March 19th, 7:45am

CCCS

Family Dine

Tuesday, March 20th, 5pm

8705 West Loop South Freeway

Houston, TX

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