STORM REPORT

February 19th,2021

- First Week of Lent -

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Monday, February 22nd

SUPPLY PICK-UP 2:30-4:30pm



Monday, February 22nd

PIPS MEETING 6:30-8:00pm

details on PIPS section

A DAY IN LIFE AT SAINT AGATHA

A day in the life at St. Agatha Catholic School

FROM THE OFFICE


  • If your child is walking to School please ensure they are symptom free for school. Also letting them know that when they arrive they should come through the walk thru playground gate, go to the health check adult (Mr. Dennis, Mr. Stephens, Dr. Prevot, or Mrs. Jones) to have their temperature taken and that we will ask them health screening questions as well.


  • Remember to bring Kids' own lunch and a water bottle. Kids can't use the fountain to drink, they can refill the bottle at the station.


  • If your child has to miss School due to illness or due to quarantine after a trip, please be sure to send an email to the teacher and School office. Communication between School and Families is very important to be able to keep everyone safe.


  • Please make sure to read through the FAQ section in the School Reopen Plan. It has a lot of great information such as: arrival/dismissal, lunch time questions, and what we will do if there are cases of Covid.


  • Remember to bring back the COVID TESTING CONSENT.

SUPPLY PICK-UP

Next week, on MONDAY 22nd from 2:30 to 4:30pm, we will have our SUPPLY PICK-UP event.

Please remember this will happen every other week!


If you need to pick-up your child(ren) supplies in a different moment of the day please contact the front the desk.

Faith and Cultural Diversity Co.

The Faith and Cultural Diversity Committee would like to invite you into deeper prayer this Lent by completing the 33-day devotional to Jesus through Mary according to St. Louis de Montfort. The consecration will begin this Saturday, February 20th, and conclude March 25th, The Annunciation. Each day begins with prayer, scripture, and a short reflection that brings us closer to Jesus through our blessed mother, Mary. You can either follow along by purchasing St. Louis de Monfort's Total Consecration to Jesus Through Mary or by following along on the website below. We will have biweekly meetings to reflect on our journey and walk through this consecration together. If you would like to join us in our devotional, contact Maddie McGraw at maddie.mcgraw@stagatha.us.


Thank you and may God Bless you all!

WEDNESDAY MESS

Daily Mass Wednesday February 17th

LENTEN RICE BOWLS

LENTEN RICE BOWLS

Also this year we give out Lenten Rice Bowls for each of our students along with a class collection jar. We encourage students and families to bring in some loose change every week.

We are hoping to collect around $1200 this year.

All money brought in should be put in the class collection jar, which will be emptied weekly.

The class with the most money brought in gets a free dress with a theme of their choice.


Thank you!

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STORM PRIDE CARD WINNERS OF THE WEEK

STORM PRIDE Card Winners 2/19
Here we have the 3 students who won the STORM PRIDE CARDS this week:


CRISPIN McNally (1st Grade)

REGAN Krasneski (6th Grade)

SERAFINA Preciso (7th Grade)


Goodie bag at the next supply pick up for you guys!


Good Job guys and Congratulations!!!!!

DRESS CODE REMINDERS

Our school dress code will be required for in-person learning. This does include hairstyles see details below. All of our dress code requirements can be found in the

St. Agatha Student/Parent Handbook.


We will not be changing for PE. Please wear PE shoes on PE days. Your classroom teacher will provide you with a schedule.


Boys


Hair/Skin

  • Above the eyes and collar; neatly trimmed and presentable

  • No dyes or highlights allowed. Must be the child’s natural color.

  • No fabric or streamer braids, or large accessories.

  • No writing on the body. No tattoos (temporary or otherwise).


Girls


Hair/Skin

  • No dyes or highlights allowed. Must be the child’s natural color.

  • Above the eyes.

  • Hair clips and bands: solid red, white, navy, Hamilton Plaid, brown or black.

  • No fabric or streamer braids, or large accessories.

  • No writing on the body. No tattoos (temporary or otherwise).

SYMPTOMS PROTOCOLS

We all have a responsibility to keep each other safe.

  • If your child is sick, even with cold symptoms, keep them home.

  • If you have traveled outside the state, stay home and self-quarantine for 14 days.

  • Please review the ODE's Exclusion Summary for Schools HERE. This is the state's action/reaction guidelines for COVID response.

  • Ensure that your family members (ages 5 and up) are properly wearing a face mask while on school grounds, arrival, dismissal, or anytime you happen to be on school grounds. Per our St. Agatha In-Person Instruction Mask Notice, "Due to the direct threat posed by the spiking coronavirus infection rates, shields at this time will not be an acceptable substitute."

Wear It Well: A Mask How-To for Kids
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PIPS

Next Pips Meeting will be on February 22nd.


to Join by phone: +1-209-600-3929 PIN: 511457316



As always please reach out with any questions or to be added to our mailing list.

Central Catholic's Grade School Virtual Matinee of The Addams Family musical comedy.

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We hope you can all join us for Central Catholic's Grade School Virtual Matinee of The Addams Family musical comedy.


We will live stream on Wednesday, March 10th at 10:00 am with a talkback with the cast and crew following the show.


There will be a 5-minute intermission and the show runs for about 2 hours.


The show is appropriate for 5th grade and older. Please RSVP through this google form



and we will make sure you receive the link to the live stream.

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TIES (Teaching, Integrating and Exploring Science) for 5th Grade Girls

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Chess Wizards

Welcome to Chess Wizards Online! Our mission is to make learning chess fun and exciting for kids, and our classes are now available online. We've adapted some of our most popular activities in the physical classroom to fit the digital one. These include puzzles, tournaments, blitz games, and even chess variation games! Group classes, specially designed themed classes, and private lessons are just a few examples of the great experiences our online classes have to offer. Our class sizes are small, with up to 6 students per class. Registration is easy! Go to chesswizards.com/register. Pick classes that match your child's skill level, and our amazing Chess Wizards staff will take care of the rest. 1 Hour, 64 Squares, Infinite Possibilities!

Thursdays
4:00-5:00PM
4/1, 4/8, 4/15, 4/22, 4/29, 5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27, 6/3 (10 Classes)
Register: https://chesswizards.com/register

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