St. Patrick Catholic School
Weekly Bulletin - December 21, 2018
May this joyful season greet you with health and happiness. Wishing you the best during this Christmas season. We hope your holidays are filled with festivities and plenty of merry enjoyment. May your family feel the love, peace, and joy that comes with the spirit of Christmas. God bless all of our families at St. Patrick Catholic School. We look forward to seeing you all again on January 7th!
Our heartfelt prayers go out to OLMP student Bret Good and the Good family. We are thinking about their family through this difficult time. St. Pat's has reached out to OLMP and are supporting their staff/students at this time.
ADVENT-NAMES OF JESUS ORNAMENTS
For current and up to date information please go to the school website or EICS App!
To register for Kindergarten in the 2019-2020 school year, your child must be five years old on or before December 31, 2019.
St. Pat's offers a Junior Entry (3 year old) Program and a Pre-Kindergarten (4 year old) Program.
PRE-K AM CONCERT
PRE-K PM CONCERT
Thank you to Mrs. Rayment for her exceptional leadership and organization with both K-4 performances at the Performing Arts Center.
TUESDAY EVENING PERFORMANCE
WEDNESDAY EVENING PERFORMANCE
School Council Cookie Decorating...
- Dec 24-Jan 6 - Christmas Break-See you back on Jan 7!
- Jan 7 - Students First Day Back from Xmas Break
- Jan 10 - Early Dismissal @ 2:05 pm
- Jan 17 - School Council Meeting @ 7pm
- Jan 30 - Spirit Day - Pajama Day
- Jan 31 - No School - PD Day
SPIN THE WHEEL-RED & GREEN DAY FOR CHRISTMAS!!!
COUNSELLOR'S CORNER-MR. ERNST
Find Time for Family
Kids rely on their families for love, guidance, and a sense of belonging. Without these things, it’s hard to do well in school or in life. Activities like the following will show your child she has family support:
- Eat meals together. Extend your time together by preparing and cleaning up as a family too. Turn off the television during meals so conversations can take place!
- Take trips. Go to a concert, local museum or sports event. Ask your children, “What would you like to do?”
- Play together. Choose games that everyone can enjoy, such as charades, board games or 20 questions. Let your children pick what to play.
- Plan family nights. Decide together what to do, or take turns choosing. You might order pizza, bake cookies or see a movie. Sometimes invite another family to join you.
- Do something silly. Some of the best family memories are the funniest ones. You might make breakfast for dinner, or dress in the craziest outfits you can find.
- Relax. Some parents find that right after school is a great time to spend with children. The kids are ready to plop down and talk about their day. Talk about family news, goals, concerns, and successes.