Reunification Drill - September 14th, 2017 @ 2:00 PM
ALL students must be picked up at 2PM, no After School Care.
Pizza & Cookie Dough Fundraiser September 11th-15th, 2017
Communications and Marketing Committee Fundraiser
Reunification Drill - September 30th, 2017
The Hubie Ashcraft Band will be on the SLA campus for our Athletic Fundraiser. See reverse for details.
From the Principal
Thursday’s Reunification Drill
Two years ago, the FWSB Diocesan Safety Committee determined it was necessary for all schools to hold a school-wide Reunification Drill. In our first attempt last year, we were successful in the drill, as all students were picked up, parents were informed, and we reviewed and implemented changes where necessary. This Thursday, September 14, we will have an opportunity to practice the Reunification Drill again. As an attachment to this week’s Email Blast, there is a sample form that will be presented to parents when they come to pick up their child. This week I will also send you a map via email and Remind text, so you know where to navigate for the drill. A few important key items to remember for the drill include:
- Arrive at the school for a 2:00 dismissal for all students
- Bring a current ID- we MUST have a current ID in order for you to pick up your child
- If there is another adult sent to pick up your child in your place, written consent must be sent to school prior to dismissal. That adult must have a current ID in order to pick up your child.
- PARK in the parking lot behind school and make your way to the appropriate student check-in line under the pavilion on the East side of the gym. You will look for the line under your child’s last name. If you have multiple children with different last names, you will need to line up for your oldest child’s last name.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience as we practice this mandatory drill in an attempt to improve the safety protocols and procedures of St. Louis Academy.
September 10th, 2017September 10, 2017
LIFE IS CHOICES
“Life is choices. Every day you make hundreds of choices.
- What to eat.
- What to wear.
- What time to arrive.
- Whom to hang out with.
- Who to listen to.
- What to care about.
Many of these choices can seem inconsequential. But one choice builds upon another, and in the end of our choices defines who we become.
Learning to make great choices is one of the most practical skills you can develop. Decision-making is central to everything we do.
Life is precious and beautiful. Life is also fragile and fleeting. Life is before you. This is what Joan of Arc wrote, just before she died at nineteen:
“I know this now. Every man gives his life for what he believes. Every woman gives her life for what she believes. Sometimes people believe in little or nothing, and yet they give their lives to that little or nothing. One life is all we have and we live it as we believe in living it and then it is gone. But to surrender what you are and to live without belief is more terrible than dying - even more terrible than dying young.’”
- From the book Decision Point, by Dynamic Catholic
WE NEED YOUR HELP FOR A SUCCESSFUL FALL FEST!
The Wagon Auction is taking place of the traditional "classroom basket" to better fit the FALL FEST theme and lighten the load for all involved! We will have 3 wagons to auction from each classroom.
Here is the breakdown:
Grades PK – 2 Family Theme
(Movie tickets, restaurant gift cards, park passes, family games, family movies, long fire pit forks, masses, a Catholic bible, a rosary, Christmas, music, game tickets, outdoor family games — anything a family would like)
Grades 3-5 Female Theme
(Movie tickets, restaurant gift cards, coffee shop cards, a Catholic bible, a rosary, jewelry, candles, clothing stores, bags, purses, music, game tickets, spa, pedicure, lotions, coffee mugs, and home decor — anything a female would like)
Grades 6-7 Male Theme
(Grilling items, hunting items, a Catholic bible, a rosary, cologne, various hats, movie tickets, manicure test, tools, peanuts, jerky, golfing, sports items, automotive items, car washing, game tickets, gift certificates from sporting good stores — anything a man would like)
Please turn in all items by September 22nd to school office.
TABLE SERVICE NEEDS
We are collecting $5 donations to provide table services. Please drop off at school or the parish office no later than September 27th.
Pk-3 grade families — Friday after School 3 - 7pm
Set up will take place on Friday after school. Parents with kids in grades pk-3 are asked to help on Friday.
4-8 grade families — Sunday 11am - 130pm
Tear down will take place on Sunday after 10 am mass. We appreciate all your help for this event!!
We have a contest connected with our ‘You Can Lend a Hand Burger King Fundraiser’ that will take place in January 2018. See the attached flyer in the Email Blast this week.
STUDENT SERVICE HOURS
Please see attached to the Email Blast a letter from Samantha Schortgen with service hours information. She is looking for babysitters to watch children while their young adult group meets on the parish campus. There is more information in the letter, including the dates of meetings when babysitters are needed. This is a great opportunity for our junior high students to get some service hours!
Communications and Marketing Fundraiser
Beginning Monday is the Pizza and Cookie Dough Fundraiser. The fundraiser will last for the week. More information in the form of a family packet will be sent home tomorrow from the committee. Please contact Anna Gurney or Annemarie Deville with questions.