Ms. Monaghan's Message - Dec. 21
Challenge, Inspire, Empower, & Serve
Important Upcoming Dates
Jan. 8: School Resumes
Jan. 9: Grade cards available on Sycamore
Jan. 21: No School - MLK Day
Jan. 27 - Feb. 2: Catholic Schools Week
Jan. 27: Catholic Schools Week Student Led Mass @11:00; School Families Potluck Lunch @12:00 (more info to come)
Jan. 29: PTO Meeting
Feb. 1: Noon dismissal, Grandparents Day
Christmas Mass Schedule
Dec. 25: 10:00am
Jan. 1: 10:00am
Thank You, PTO!!!
Thank you to our PTO for allowing us this wonderful opportunity! We appreciate you!
Catholic Schools Week
January 27: CSW Student Led Mass @ 11 - we will need servers, gift bearers, readers, and perhaps our middle school choir will be singing this day!
Immediately following the mass, our entire school family is invited to attend a potluck lunch in the gymnasium. Each grade level will be given a different item to bring. Our student council will host a Bake Sale at this event and there will be a Cake Walk, board games, and more!
January 29: Be watching for an exciting evening opportunity in the works!
Feb. 1: Grandparents Day - Grandparents are invited to attend from 8:30 - 10:30 (or stick around for our staff/8th grade volleyball game). We will also dismiss at noon this day.
We will also have several other exciting events this week, so be watching upcoming newsletters for more information.
How Can You Keep Your Child's Brain Working Over Christmas Break?
2: Read, read, read! Visit the library, let your child pick out any book he/she wants. Comic books? Sure. Picture books? Yes! Books below his reading level? Why not? It doesn't matter what your child reads, so long as he/she is reading!
3. Play a board game. Not a video game, not the XBox, not on their cell phone. Pull out an old fashioned board game and host a family game night!
4. Create. Build a fort in the living room, get out some craft supplies (egg cartons, tape, paper towel tubes, construction paper) and allow your child to create something new, hand him/her some crayons and a piece of blank paper. Whatever you have around the house, use it to allow your child to use his/her imagination and just be creative!