St. Stan Star
January 24, 2018
From the Principal's desk
Be strong and take heart, all who hope in the Lord. Psalm 31:25
Catholic Schools Week is almost here! We invite your family to participate in the activities as you are able. The 5:30 Saturday evening Mass (Jan. 27) will be St. Stanislaus School kickoff Mass. How great to join with our supportive parish as we begin the special week of recognizing the gift we have in a parish school. We are celebrating “through all generations”!
This week on our school’s Facebook page the school is posting some pictures from the past to get everyone in the spirit of celebrating the gift of our Catholic School.
On Monday, Jan. 29 our theme is celebrating our community. What better way to celebrate than to remember the unborn. Our parish is so active is this mission. Students may wear pink, blue or prolife shirts that day with “accessories” to accent the theme. This could include hair bows, bibs, pacifiers, bottles, rattles, etc. That which causes a disruption to the learning process will not be allowed. Students are expected to wear their dress code bottoms, so no onesies. During our Morning Gathering times on Tuesday and Friday of this week, we have been talking to the student body about how to make Catholic Schools Week fun and still continue the learning process. Donate diapers for the Pregnancy Help Center/Birthright if your family chooses this service.
On Tuesday, Jan. 30 our theme is celebrating our students. It is a regular dress down day. All students will spend two hours at the YMCA in Jefferson City participating in different activities. It would be good if they choose comfortable clothes for being active. We are thankful to our Home and School Association for taking care of the costs for this event. Permission slips are being sent home today and need to be returned by Monday, Jan. 30. Donate boxes of cereal for the Samaritan Center if you family chooses this service.
Many Gifts, One Nation; A Day for Giving to Catholic Schools. Our special donation webpage will go live for a 24 hour period. This is a nationwide event hosted by NCEA. Anyone can make an online donation to our school on this page. Please share this link as you are able.
Time: The Day of Giving is a 24 hour period beginning on January 30th at 9:00am Eastern, and lasting until January 31st at 9:00am Eastern. Once this time frame has passed, donors will see a notice that the NCEA National Day of Giving has ended and they will not be able to submit any donations.
Public Donation Page Link:
St. Stanislaus Grade School
On Wednesday, Jan. 31 our theme is celebrating our nation. Students may wear red, white, and blue tops (patriotic tops). We are thankful to have our Knights of Columbus and veterans join in our celebration. There will be a Patriotic Rosary in Church at 8:00. Students will be involved in a service project for the deployed members of our parish and making cards for veterans.
On Thursday, Feb. 1 our theme will be celebrating vocations. Students may dress as a future vocation or their favorite teacher (that will be interesting!) Since the new bishop ordination is less than a week away, this vocation day will be focused on the role of bishop. Classroom teachers will be instructing about this event and doing related activities. The school began the Novena for the bishop yesterday.
On Friday, Feb. 2 our theme will be focused on all those that make the school possible: faculty, staff, volunteers, and families. Mass is at 8:00 a.m., reception to follow with added activities (photo booth, historical timeline, posters, and the service projects done throughout the week). Students will present talent as each class focuses on a different decade of history. In between some acts will be some fun activities regarding “through the generations.” Come to have some fun and to celebrate. Dismissal will be after the activities are completed, approximately 11:00 p.m. Buses will not be available. No lunch will be served and there will not be any After School Care. Please make sure your child knows about their dismissal procedure for Friday.
Sat. Feb. 3--- our focus is on socializing and celebrating with school families. Time to kick up our heels! Come join the fun at the Home and School event in the gym Saturday evening. This is hosted by the Home and School Association.
So you can see that much is happening and with all this there is learning, too!
May God continue to bless us all in the busy week ahead.
Calendar of Events
Thursday, January 25
8:00am Mass 7th grade
Saturday, January 27
5:30pm Catholic Schools Week, Mass
Sunday, January 28
Catholic Schools Week
Monday, January 29
Catholic Schools Week
Tuesday, January 30
Catholic Schools Week
Student Day--YMCA trip
Wednesday, January 31
Catholic Schools Week
8:00am Patriotic Prayer Service
Many Gifts, One Nation; A day of giving to Catholic Schools.
The Day of Giving is a 24 hour period beginning on January 30th at 9:00am Eastern, and lasting until January 31st at 9:00am Eastern. Once this time frame has passed, donors will see a notice that the NCEA National Day of Giving has ended and they will not be able to submit any donations.
St. Stanislaus Grade School
2018-2019 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
St. Stanislaus School is excited to begin planning for the 2018-2019 school year!
Monday, February 12 in Room 102 (use main school entrance)
6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
This will be a short presentation about kindergarten designed for parents and guardians of eligible students. It is a great opportunity to check out the parish school and to do an early registration if you desire. We are happy to share with you how the school builds faith, promotes leadership, and encourages reading through the Super Kids program.
A child must be five years old before August 1, 2018 to be eligible to register.
Bringing copies of the following items will help complete the registration and speed up the process:
1. Baptismal Certificate
2. Immunization Record
3. Birth Certificate
4. Social Security Number* (It is not necessary to bring the SSN card, just know the number)
The kindergarten teacher and principal will be on hand to help you understand the value of Catholic education and to answer any questions you may have about kindergarten or about St. Stanislaus School.
If you know of a family who is interested in attending St. Stanislaus School, please pass on this information.
We are looking forward to adding your child to the newest class at St. Stanislaus School!
St. Stanislaus School Class of 2018 responds to this question:
What will you remember about your school?
- I will always remember the amazing teachers who have shaped me into the person I am today; I will also remember my fantastic friends.
- I will remember everything, but if I had to choose, it would be the teachers and archery.
- The things I will miss are being able to see my best friends every day, all the happy faces, the teachers, and being close with almost everyone around me. I’m really going to miss it, actually.
- I will remember the great times with all my friends in all my classes.
- I will remember how all our teachers tried to make learning fun and going to mass every week.
- I will remember all of the fun teachers, playing basketball, and doing archery for the school.
- I will remember the way Mrs. Wegeng taught us. She added life lessons into her teachings, not just things from textbooks, but valuable life lessons to guide the way.
- I will remember the superb teachers we have.
- I will remember the wonderful teaching staff from pre-K to 8th grade. Every teacher has been wonderful at teaching, comforting, and explaining to all the students. They make learning fun!
- Almost everything I know, I learned here. Everyone is always trying to be nice to each other.
- I will miss meeting with my friends everyday and having fun with them because I won’t be with them next year.
- I will remember my friends, and I will always remember the amazing teachers here.
- I will remember a free seating arrangement.
- The thing I will remember about St. Stanislaus is all the amazing life-long friends I have made.
- I will remember the teachers.
- I will remember how great the teachers are. Our school is excelling in learning.
- I will remember our classmates and all of the inside jokes that we have with each other.
- I will remember the great friends and wonderful teachers. I will also remember all of the great activities and meetings we had as a school.
- I will remember how the teachers would joke around with us all the time.
- I will remember how many times we switched things around in this school.
- The things I will remember most about St. Stanislaus School are the friends I have made and the wonderful parish we have.
- I will remember how nice and loving the teachers and students were to me and how the teachers and staff always greeted us with smiling faces and were always asking about our lives.
- I will remember all the fun I had and all the friends I made.
And the Class of 2018 will be remembered well by the teachers and principal of St. Stanislaus School as a
happy, fun, active and energized class!
Chili Dinner & Community Dance
We would like to extend an invite to the parents that were not at the home and school meeting to sign up to help with the Chili Dinner & Community Dance.
Please contact Cindy Markway at 573-619-4316 for available time slots.
We would like all families to have the change to be involved.