Updated: Oct 29, 2020
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Folders today contain the following items for each family (unless noted otherwise):
1. Individual reminders about a variety of things.
2. Scrip order Form for your convenience. Also, the November Spotlight Business for the month of November's contest. The letter is for your convenience if you are purchasing scrip as Christmas gifts.
3. NOVEMBER we remember loved ones who have passed away. A paper is in your folder if your child would like to fill out and send back to school and we will put that in our book of remembrance and pray as a school for those loved ones during November.
4. Information flyer on having your student's eyes checked if you notice any of the problems listed on the sheet.
5. Student portraits ordered from picture day to those individual families. Also, retake day is scheduled for Wednesday, November 4. Students who requested a retake as well as any student missing on the original picture day and new students that started after the original picture day will be taken.
1. Recess Duty for the next week: Thursday, 10/29 - AM-Sue Tansey; Friday, 10/30-NO SCHOOL; Monday, 11/2 - AM-Jeff Heller, PM-Lisa Schell; Tuesday, 11/3 - AM-Sue Tansey; Wednesday, 11/4 - AM-None, PM-Bridget Yallaly
2. Recess Duty for PreK next week: Thursday, 10/29 - AM- Sue Tansey, PM-Tina O'Connor; Friday, 10/30 AM NO SCHOOL, PM - Elizabeth Idzi; Monday, 11/2- AM-Jeff Heller, PM-Elizabeth Idzi; Tuesday, 11/3 - AM-Sue Tansey, PM-Tina O'Connor; Wednesday, 11/4- AM-Elizabeth Idzi, PM-Elizabeth Idzi
3. All Saints Day Parade will be on Monday, November 2 after the morning Mass. Students should come to school dressed in their costumes but can change after the parade for the rest of the day if they like. Treat Day is also that day. (Note: Prek will not be participating at Mass but will participate in the treat day and their own parade in the classroom.)
3. Deadline for items to donate for Box of Joy is November 13. Students will be packing items starting on November 14. We are in need of small toys, school supplies, and hygiene items that will be used to fill gift boxes for girls and boys living in extreme poverty in developing countries (suggested donations at this link or on the handout included in your Wednesday folder). We will assemble the Boxes of Joy in our classrooms with all of the items collected, during a school day in early November. Individual boxes are also available to families that would like to organize assembling your own Boxes of Joy. Please email email@example.com if you would like a box, or multiple boxes for any groups you are a part of that would like to participate. St. Peter's will again be serving as a Drop Off Center for Cross Catholic Outreach the week of Nov. 3rd -10th, which is when we will be collecting filled Boxes of Joy and taking care of getting them shipped to the distribution center in Florida. Please help spread the love of Christ and joy of Christmas by getting involved with this service project - your donations of items or financial contributions to help offset the shipping expense ($9 per box), and your prayers, are all greatly appreciated! For many children, a Box of Joy – filled with toys, clothing, school supplies, a Rosary and the Story of Jesus – is the first Christmas gift they ever receive. Thank you so much for your generosity!!
4. The St. Anne Group invites all women to our weekly meetings right after 8:15 a.m. Mass on Fridays; we start around 9:00 a.m. We meet in the connector to look ahead to Sunday's Gospel, pray together and spend time together, all in about an hour. Children are welcomed to play, too. Contact Laura Karlen (608-445-2064 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
October 29 Piano Lessons
30 NO SCHOOL-TEACHER IN-SERVICE
November 2 All Saints Day Parade (celebrating on All Souls Day)
in church after Mass (no PreK)
2 Treat Day (Emily Shea-PreK and K/1; Erin Heller-2/3
3 Piano Lessons
4 Picture Retake Day
5 Piano Lessons
5 6:15 pm Sacramental Prep at St. Peter Church
6 7:00 am Adoration - First Friday
6 9:00 am St. Anne Scripture Study
7-15 Box of Joy program filling boxes
10 Piano Lessons
11 Veterans Day
12 Piano Lessons
12 3:30 pm Parent Teacher Conferences
13 12:30 pm EARLY RELEASE
13 1:00 PM Parent Teacher Conferences
13 Fish Fry drive thru
17 Piano Lessons
17 End of First Trimester
19 Piano Lessons
19 6:15 pm Education Commission meeting
19-30 Fr. Chris Away - Some Masses will be said by guest
priest- Those not will have a rosary said by students
24 Piano Lessons
25-27 NO SCHOOL-THANKSGIVING BREAK
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