Every Friday Note
September 10, 2021
One Month Down!
As we gear up for the weekend, the news is full of reminders of the horrors of 9/11/2001. Although 20 years have passed, the memories of that day are like it was yesterday. We see and hear about all of the evil things in the world on the news, radio, and internet. People who threaten us are still around. However, so is God and His immense love for us. Although that day reminds us of all of the evil in the world, never forget how much God loves each and every one of us and that even through the darkest storms, God will provide a way for us.
- This week the students began taking the fall version of the NWEA test. There is a test for ELA and a test for Math.
- Our school accreditation was very successful. We received a lot of positive feedback from the team. Thank you to everyone who made the day a success and for all of your support of Saint Lawrence Catholic School!
- School picture day is Thursday September 23rd.
- Vision and Hearing Screening tests will be taking place at our school on Friday September 17th for grades 1, 3, 5, 8 (Vision) and 1, 4, 7 (Hearing).
Donuts with Dear Ones
The pre-K program has hosted this event several times in the past, this year we are expanding it to grades pre-K thru 4. This will take place from 6:45am-7:25am in the cafeteria next Thursday September 16th. Come enjoy a donut with your child before school starts!
St. Lawrence Fall Trash Bag Fundraiser Friday Sept 10th - Tues Sept 14th
St. Lawrence Fall Festival
On that note, be on the lookout in the coming week about our Festival drop off and pick up procedures at the school.
Reminder: There is no school for the students on Friday, September 24th.
Grades 3-8 Basketball
BOYS BASKETBALL - registrations are now open on line at orgsonline.com for grades 3-8. Team entries are due September 30th and registrations will close.
CHATARD WORKOUTS - Coach Kenny Roseman (Head Basketball Coach for Chatard) and coaching staff are offering free basketball workouts for boys grades 3-8 on the following dates: Thursday September 16, 23 and 30 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Any boy interested in meeting the staff and working on their skills should attend. The workouts will be at Chatard in the gymnasium. Any questions should be directed to Keith Minch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A note to this. If you are late arriving on a Wednesday or Friday, which are our scheduled school mass days, please take your child to the church prior to 9:15 am.
St. Lawrence Cub Scouts
Our next meeting is Monday September 13th at 7:00pm in the cafeteria. Boys and Girls grades K-5 are welcome to join our Pack anytime during the school year. Call or text Megan Smith with any questions at 317-910-7216.
St. Lawrence Boy Scouts
Any boys grades 6-8 interested in joining the Boy Scout Troop at St. Lawrence can contact Steve St. Peters at email@example.com. Meetings are typically 7:00 pm Wednesday nights in the cafeteria.
Curricular Material Assistance Form
Summer Pandemic EBT
Summer P-EBT is for all students determined eligible to receive free and reduced meals for the 2020-2021 school year. This issuance is for ALL National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program students and ALL students that attend a Community Eligibility Provision school. Students and their schools do not need to participate in a summer school program to receive this benefit.
Benefits will be loaded to existing P-EBT cards for each eligible child. A new P-EBT card will be issued to students that have not previously received any type of P-EBT benefit.
Thank you Sarah Stephens for pointing this out to us. In her research, she wanted me to share this with you. Here is a link with some information: https://www.in.gov/fssa/dfr/dfr-policy-changes-and-actions/pandemic-ebt/
Quite a ways down on that page there is a place to click on if you need to change your mailing address or request a replacement card. Hopefully, you will find what you need and will be pleasantly surprised!
Covid 19 Updates
For the week of September 4 - September 10:
Positive Results: 1
Quarantined students: 0
The governor passed an executive order stating that close contacts who have been exposed to a positive Covid-19 case at school will only need to quarantine if they are experiencing symptoms.