St. Paul Bulletin
St. Paul School - Kevin Brever, Principal - January 11, 2013
Inspirational Quote of the Week
“The main part of intellectual education is not the acquisition of facts but leaning how to make facts live.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes
14 Monday Men’s Club Meeting 7:00 PM
15 Tuesday District Compositions at Frost Middle School
16 Wednesday DiCaff Meeting (Hilary Hall) 6:15 PM
School Board Meeting 6:00 PM
17 Thursday KINDERGARTEN’’S Family Lunch 12:00 PM
18 Friday Profession Development – No School
Bingo 7:30 PM
21 Monday Martin Luther King Day – No School
22 Tuesday Market Day Pick Up 6:00 PM
25 Friday All School Mass (Grade 7) 8:15 AM
Bingo 7:30 PM1/28 to 2/1 Catholic Schools Week
Vocational Awareness Week January 13-18
Grade 6- will do a lesson on “Jesus Shows Us the Way”. This lesson helps students understand how God calls people. They will also do “How can I serve? This will help students learn about God’s call and recognize qualities needed to serve.
Grade 7- will do a lesson on “Called to Serve”. This lesson helps students understand God’s call to serve. They will also do a lesson “What is God calling you to be and do”? This lesson will help students learn about God’s call to others in the Bible and recognize how god is calling each person.
Welcome New Second Grade Student
We are please to announce a new student to St. Paul School. Her name is Britni Mitchell and she is in the 2nd grade. She is catholic coming from Watson Lane Elementary School. Britni and her family are very excited to be at St. Paul so let us give her a big welcome tomorrow when she begins her first day. We now have an even dozen in the 2nd grade and a total of 177 students.
New Athletic Director
I would like to take this opportunity to announce that Matt Harrod has graciously accepted the position of Athletic Director for St. Paul. I want to thank him for taking on such an important and meaningful position and I know he will do a great job for the community. Matt will not be taking over until sometime in May so please direct all questions and concerns to myself until that time. Matt will be learning the ins and outs of behind the scene parts of the position over the next few months so please allow him with the opportunity to learn everything before we ask too many questions of him.
I would also like to take this opportunity to say it has been a blessing for me to be involved with the St. Paul sports program over the last eight years and thank the entire community for allowing me to serve with the Sports Committee for these past several years. It has truly been a wonderful experience and I hope the success and tradition will carry on for many years to come and as always, GO RAIDERS!!
Jan. 11 - 4#1 Girls vs. St. Athanasius @ 7:00 - St. Helen
Jan. 12 - 4#1 Boys vs. St. Bernard @ 10:00 - St. Bernard
- 6#1 Girls St. Stephen 12:00 St. Andrew
- 6#2 Girls Sacred Heart 1:00 Ascension
- 4#2 Boys vs. St. Francis @ 10:00 - St. Andrew
Jan. 13 - 6#1 Boys vs. St. Stephen @ 2:00 - St. Rita
- 8#1 Boys vs. Nativity Academy @ 3:00 - St. Andrew
- 8#1 Girls vs. St. Andrew @ 5:00 - St. Rita
Adult Volleyball League Now Forming!
The 8th grade class will be sponsoring an adult co-ed volleyball league beginning March 2nd. It will be held on Saturday nights with times to be determined later. The cost is $30 a player. For information or to enter a team, please contact Jeff Adams at 817-5061. Thank you.
SUPER BOWL PARTY!!!
St. Paul will have a Super Bowl Party Sunday February 2nd from 3:00 PM-10:00 PM. Game time is scheduled for 6:00 PM. Admission is $100.00 (for 2 people) and includes:
- Your name on a 100 square board
With your name of the board you are eligible to win $2000.00 per quarter for 3 quarters and the end of the game. Total payout is $8000.00. Winners are determined by the score of the game and the numbers you receive from a random draw. New numbers are drawn after each quarter.
- All food and drink for the entire day
There will be Big Screen TV’s to watch the game and raffles, wheels, additional boards ($2 ,$5 and $10) and prizes for your playing enjoyment. Gambling tables include: Showdown, Black Jack, Pull Tabs, Texas Hold’em and much more.
· LG 50” Plasma HDTV!
Drawing to be held at the end of the Football Game in St. Paul Gym. Tickets: $5.00 each. For ticket information contact us at Phone: 935-5511; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO WATCH THE GAME WITH FRIENDS AND WIN LOTS OF MONEY!!!
St. Paul PTA Super Bowl Sunday Volunteer Form February 3, 2013
Please fill out one pledge form (found on Edline.net) for each parent/guardian in your family and send back to school.
Volunteer Interests and Availability
Kitchen Clean Up,
Kitchen Food, Prep
Dealer – Black Jack,
Dealer – Showdown,
Dealer – Texas Poker,
TV Raffle Table
Concession Stand - Gym
Concession Stand – Cafeteria
The following times volunteers are needed:
2:00pm – 5: 00 pm (setup and work)
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
9:00 pm – 11:00 pm (cleanup)
Contact: Robyn Davenport at 935-5511 or email@example.com
Children’s Christmas Concert A Note of Thanks
The Christmas pageant at St. Paul this Christmas Eve was a wonderful example of how God’s Word is brought to us by our children. These children practiced so hard and did a splendid job bringing the story of Jesus’ birth to life!
I want to thank the parents and each child who participated to bring the Light of Christ to the St. Paul community.
Shayla Samuels, Addison Pence, Kali Williamson, Jenna Riedinger, Peyton Lee, Noah Bushnell, Jaxon Bohannon, Makenna Johnson, Kaylee Harrod, Jacob Ashby, Zachary Baldauf, Evan Riedinger, Jillian Ward, Jackson Bland, Madison Harrod, Rachel Key, Hannah Lee, Hannah Ashby, Jayden Diebold (missed performance because of illness)
Artists helping with props:
Alexis Ray ,Alissa Mulhall, Sadie Thomas, Victoria Masticola, Amber Miller, Camryn Muss, Olivia Burris
Special thanks to Mr. Ransom who provided accompaniment and Kelly Block who helped with props and clean-up and anything else that needed to be done. Also, to Fr. Dismas who is so agreeable in allowing creative expression in the parish.
I enjoyed working with these students and I think they enjoyed bringing this message to you. Thank you for being at the 6:00 mass and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I.
Mrs. Nancy Lambert
Tax Deductible - Recycling Fundraiser for Consumer Electronics & Metal Jewelry
Did you receive Christmas gifts that included any new electronic items? What can you do with the older electronic items? You don’t want to throw them away for several reasons!
St. Paul School is conducting a fundraising program with EcoPhones' Recycling Fundraiser for Consumer Electronics & Metal Jewelry. This fundraising company will pay the highest dollar amount for, and accept the widest variety of, used consumer electronics items and used jewelry. St. Paul School will earn cash for every item, even for damaged, non-working and non-listed models.
- Used, Broken or Unwanted Gold Jewelry
- Cell Phones
- Ink Jet Printer Cartridges
- Laptop & Netbook Computers
- iPads & Tablets
- Apple iPods & MP3 Players
- Digital Cameras
- Digital SLR Cameras and Lenses
- Digital Video Cameras
- GPS Devices
- Radar Detectors
- Kindle & Sony Book Readers
- Handheld Game Systems
- Game Consoles (Wii, PS3, Xbox) and Video Games
- Range Finders and SkyCaddies
- Mobile Hotspots, 4G USB Air Cards and MiFi Devices
- Graphing Calculators
We are also collecting used Ink Jet and Toner Cartridges: HP, Brother, Lexmark, Dell only - no generics, please
Simply bring your old or unwanted electronics, cartridges and jewelry to the St. Paul School Office. Donations are tax deductible
Common Core Standards
Common Core State Standards at St. Paul School
This is the fifth article in a series of articles that present the importance of adopting Common Core State Standards in all schools. Last week’s article presented an overview of the first four of the thirteen standards for effective Catholic elementary and secondary schools.
This week’s article week’s article will include an overview of the 5th and 6th of thirteen standards.- http://catholicschoolstandards.org/standards
GOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP
5. “An excellent Catholic school has a governing body (person or persons) which recognizes and respects the role(s) of the appropriate and legitimate authorities, and exercises responsible decision making (authoritative, consultative, advisory) in collaboration with the leadership team for development and oversight of the school’s fidelity to mission, academic excellence, and operational vitality.”
6. “An excellent Catholic school has a qualified leader/leadership team empowered by the governing body to realize and implement the school’s mission and vision.”
Next week’s article will present the next three of the thirteen standards regarding Academic Excellence.