Thank You SPA
Thank you SPA for buying ABCya for the school! We greatly appreciate your support.
Check out our new website and watch a video with tips and tricks to earn money toward tuition
Thursday, November 10th Holy Spirit Church will be having a Blood Drive. If you feel called to participate please go to https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/donation-time and put in our zip code of 42104. Then find the Holy Spirit’s drive on Thursday, November 10th to reserve a time. If you use the link you will still need to log into your account to confirm a time to donate. You can also register using the Red Cross App. Hope to see you there. Thanks for being supportive during this time of extreme need.
Thank You for Building Our Outdoor Classroom
Thank you for adding gravel to our walking trail
Jason and Addalyn Wood
Thank you for donating the picnic benches for the outdoor classroom
Jordan, Mandy, and Crews Walker
Jeff and Kelly Lynn
Donnie and Debbie Cook
November 5th- Holiday Bazaar in the school gym, pictures, and breakfast with Santa in the Parish Hall
Congratulations to our 50/50 Winner: Jayme Waddle
This week is the third installment of information about School Choice in Kentucky. While we can only play the waiting game on what the Kentucky Supreme Court decides about school choice, there is an interesting part to this…..what happens if or when a Supreme Court decision paves the way for Kentucky to begin the process?
EdChoice Kentucky is an organization that oversees the process for our state, and keeps communities and constituents well-informed. The information below is taken from a publication I received from them recently:
The new Educational Opportunity Account (or EOA) program in our state, once fully implemented, will put over $20 million into the hands of parents to help cover costs of tuition and other expenses (textbooks, technology, uniforms). To participate, families must meet income requirements. (In its present form, this law only covers the 9 largest counties, but Warren is one of them.)
Once this litigation ends, we may have only a short window for parents to apply. It is estimated that about 7,000 students statewide will benefit. To better inform parents of the process, a new information site has been created—www.educateky.com; you can go to this site to sign up to be altered when the program begins to accept applications. Even if a family is not currently eligible, they should consider signing up to be alerted when this program expands.
Also, you may know people who would love to attend our school but have not been able to for some reason–you might want to send information to them.
Thanks and God Bless!