October 7, 2022
From the Principal
Thank you to all the families that participated in the Trunk or Treat on Thursday October 6th. It was a huge success and great to have so many families join in the fun.
Just a reminder that there is no school Monday October 10.
We are doing a last minute push for our Catholic Schools Walk. We will be announcing activities for students to participate in throughout the week. Our goal is to raise money for much needed fencing for safety and playground equipment for the school children to play on. If you have not signed up our family, please do, it is simple. Follow the link below to sign up.
Catholic Schools Walk (formerly called Soles For Catholic Education Walk)
We are collecting donations through the end of the month. All money raised will go towards the fencing and playground.
Events for Saturday:
9:30-11:30-Scavenger Hunt, walk through Rainbow Gardens Neighborhood.
11:30 Food begins to be served.
9:30-12:00 50/50 raffle
Prizes for families that raise the most money:
Grand Prize: Golden Shoes and a 43" Roku TV
2nd Place: $100 Gift Certificate to Reunion with game room money
3rd Place: $75 Gift Certificate to Walmart
4th Place: $50 Gift Certificate to Walmart
Seton Value: All-InSaint of the Week: Pope St. John XXIII
Virtue of the Week: Dependable
Feast Day: October 11th
Scripture of the Week:
Know therefore that the LORD your God is God, the faithful God who keeps covenant and merciful love with those who love him and keep his commandments, to a thousand generations. Deuteronomy 7:9
Prayer of the Week:
Dear Lord, thank you for being the One I can always depend upon. Your love for me is never-ending, your provisions are always precise, and guidance is without error. Thank you for being the perfect example of dependability. Help me to depend on You Lord and not on myself. Remind me that you are the One who knows what is best for me. Teach me how to trust You and to help me remember You are always faithful. In Jesus Christ our Lord, Amen.
Safe Enviroment Training
In order to be involved in any school activities, including chaperoning a field trip, coaching a sport, or volunteering in a classroom, you have to be safe environment trained. Below is the link to register for a training. No exceptions will be made, it is an archdiocesan mandate. If you plan to volunteer now, or in the future in any way, you MUST have attended a safe environment training. Please reach out to Bryanna Hill if you have questions about safe environment training, if you need to be trained, or if a new background check needs to be conducted. If you think you have been in safe environment training in the past, but are unsure, please double check.
Here is the volunteer form. Please take a moment to fill it out if yo have not. We still have many spaces available to help volunteer at different event in our school through out the year.
I have some community members that have already showed interest in supporting the school for a beer and wine tasting fundraising effort. We have an opportunity to make this one night be an opportunity to raise money for our school for a playground and much needed fencing. Please consider volunteering for this event so we can start the planning process.