Saint Maria Goretti Catholic School
Bulletin February 1-5
Saint Maria Goretti Catholic School is a living testament to our Lord's work in his youngest disciples, exemplified by academic excellence, spiritual formation, and compassionate service to others.
Catholic School's Week
Favorite Jersey with Jeans or uniform bottoms and white tennis shoes
7th Grade Donation Drive Kick Off for the Homeless
Tuesday, February 2 "Celebrating Students"
Free Tennis Shoe Day
Parents are invited to come and have lunch with their students
SAC will provide Cookie Refreshments for lunch
2nd Grade Field Trip to Bass Hall - Wear Mass Uniform (Change to tennis shoes after)
Wednesday, February 3 "Celebrating Our Nation"
Wear any combination of Red, White, and Blue socks
Students will be writing letters and cards to various members of our government, police and fire departments, and servicemen explaining the importance of a Catholic Education and thanking them for their service to our country, city, and state.
Kinder and Preschool Coffee and Information will be held in the Library from 8-10AM
Thursday, February 4 "Celebrating Vocations"
Mass dedicated Alumni - Hosted by 6th Grade
Members of the Religious Community to visit each classroom
Friday, February 5 "Celebrating Faculty and Staff"
Western Dress and Free Dress for students who came to Mass in uniform
8th Grade students super-hero dress for Staff vs. Student Volleyball Game
Staff vs. 8th Grade Volleyball Game at 10:00AM
NOON DISMISSAL - SMEED Available
What a great presentation, students and teachers! Thank you to all for visiting our Open House and supporting Saint Maria Goretti Catholic School!
Thank you to all of our parishioners, families, and friends for making our Spaghetti Dinner a success!
SMG Alumni Reunite!
Thank you to all of our parents for providing this wonderful feast to celebrate our students and prepare them for a great retreat!
Congrats to all of our students with Science Fair!!
Message from Nurse O'Brien
Dear Parents and Teachers,
As we push through the cold/flu season, a few reminders of what we can all do to help keep our children healthy may be helpful.
Please remember to:
· cover coughs and sneezes with “elbow pit” or “chelidon”
· wash hands and use hand sanitizer frequently (especially before eating or after using the restroom)
· avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
· refrain from eating or drinking after others
· avoid close contact with others who are sick
It’s not too late to:
· Get a flu shot
Helathy habits to help prevent illnesses:
· Eating healthy food
· Drinking adequate amounts of water
· Getting plenty of rest
· Regular exercise
· Good handwashing
Below are the diocesan guidelines regarding when students should stay home and when they are ready to return from an illness.