December 16, 2022
“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”
Have a wonderful Christmas with friends and family! I’ll see you in the New Year!
- December 19th-January 2nd Christmas Break
- January 3rd School Resumes
- January 12th Epiphany Mass, 9:30 at church
- January 16th No School, Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- January 29th-February 3rd Catholic Schools Week
- Sunday, January 29th Parish Appreciation Mass, 11:00 at St. Al’s Church
- Friday, February 3rd Friends and Family Mass, 9:30 at church
- Christmas Party: Thank you to everyone who donated items and who volunteered to make this party a fun success! Thank you to Jen and Katie who planned a fun party!
- Snack Donations: Your children are in need of more snacks donated to class. Thank you!
- Annual Fund: Please consider making a donation to our Annual Fund this year. It plays a vital role in our operating budget. Thank you to those of you who have already made a donation!
Highlights from our Week:
- Christmas Program: We rehearsed a lot at the beginning of the week for this wonderful program!
- Math: Both 3rd and 4th grades reviewed for and took their math tests. Mrs. Dvorak went over them individually with the children, so they know how they did. We will begin new units after break.
- Religion: We continued to pray our Advent prayers, as well as learn about the weeks of Advent. We also attended a beautiful Reconciliation Service on Friday. Through our study of Advent, we have really learned that asking for forgiveness brings us peace.
- Grammar: The 3rd graders continued learning about pronouns and that they are substitutes for nouns. The 4th graders continued making their nouns and verbs agree so their sentences would make sense.
- Writing: The children wrote about the true St. Nicholas after learning about him. Look for those reflections which came home this week. The children also wrote a reflection on the real meaning of Christ