October 23 , 2014
“ The word of the Lord endureth forever. ” 1 Peter 1:25
Help us who are finite to believe in the inspired word that speaks to us of Thee. Help us to place our lives in Thy hands .
DUE TO FACULTY INSERVICE, THERE IS NO SCHOOL TOMORROW FOR SCHOLARS, 10/24.
There will be NO
SCHOOL HOURS in any
classrooms, but the PTO is
hosting a Halloween Skate Party on Friday, October 31st from 5:00-7:30 pm at the FUN FACTORY. The cost is $6 for admission, skate rental and all you can eat pizza. There will be a Costume Contest, Dance Contest and Scholars will received a Trick-Or-Treat bag.
We are in need of Parents/Guardians to bag candy for our Trick or Treat bags for our scholars. Baggers are needed on Thursday, October 23rd from 5-7 pm in FRH (cafeteria). May acquire Parent Volunteer hours.
***Please send/bring in bags of candy for scholars by Wednesday, October 29th.
HIGH SCHOOL OPEN HOUSES
1. Thursday, October 23:
Seton High School: 3901 Glenway Ave (05)
2. Sunday, October 26:
Elder High School; 3900 Vincent Ave (05)
St. Ursula Academy; 1339 E. McMillan St.
Suggest that your scholar create a fun reminder of all the things they have accomplished. Let them cover a container with construction paper and label it “I did it!” Then, they can write each success (“I memorized my times tables”) on slip of paper and put it in the container. If they are feeling discouraged, have them read the slips.
scholars will be taking
the Bracken Assessment
with Children’s Hospital.
-3rd grade scholars are taking ballet lessons.
-3rd, 4th, & 7th grade classes are taking the GREAT Training with the Cincinnati Police Department.
-5th Grade scholars are trying out for the Squash Academy.
-4th and 7thGrade scholars will be trying out for the Squash Academy.
-Boy Scouts has started to meet bi-weekly.
-Brownies and Daisies are meeting bi-weekly.
-Many thanks and shout out to Ms. Dowell (Tyhra and Taylor’s mom)! She is at the school everyday offering volunteering hours with the ladies in the cafeteria. Way to go!
X MARKS THE KIT
So far, our school has signed up for 15 free Treasure Kits! Remember! Once our school reaches 75 unique sign-ups for the kits, we will win classroom materials valued over $200 AND be entered into a drawing $10,000 cash prize!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
24th: Faculty In-Service, NO SCHOOL for scholars
25th: 3rd-5th AND 6th-8th Grade Girls Basketball Games, 11am
27th: Oral Hygiene to 3rd Grade, 10am
28th: 2nd Grade to Nature Next Door, 1-2pm
3rd Grade to Nature Next Door, 2-3pm
Girls Basketball Practice Grades 3-8, 4:15-6:30pm
29th: Boy/Girl Scouts
4th Grade to Nature Next Door, 1-2:30pm
5th Grade to Nature Next Door, 2:30-4pm
3rd-5th AND 6th-8th Grade Girls Basketball Games, 6:30pm
30th: Girls Basketball Practice Grades 3-5, 4:15-5:15pm
31st: 8th Grade Haunted House, 2pm
PTO Halloween activities at the Fun Factory Skating Rink, 5pm-7:30 pm
1st: All Saints Day
3rd: Canned Food Drive begins
4th: PTO Meeting, 6pm
Girls Basketball Practice Grades 3-8, 4:15-6:30pm
6th: Girls Basketball Practice Grades 3-5, 4:15-5:15pm
7th: Picture Retakes
The 7th & 8th grade Knights will play at Withrow High School on Saturday, October 25th at 3pm. GO!! FIGHT!! WIN!!
LADY PANTHERS BASKETBALL
Both 3rd-5th and 6th-8th grade girls’ basketball teams have their next games this Saturday, October 25 at 11 am. The 3rd-5th grade girls’ team will be playing against St. Boniface, and 6th-8th grade will be playing St. Francis DeSales. All games will be played at the NEW Friars Club, located at 4300 Vine Street in St. Bernard (next to Roger Bacon HS). GOOD LUCK GIRLS!!
HEALTH & WELLNESS NEWS …
Flu season has begun! To cut down on germs, keep your hands washed, sneeze/cough into the arm of your arms, and take your vitamins to avoid illness! Also, if you know your child is ill, PLEASE be sure to keep them home so that our scholars will be germ free.
COMMUNITY NEWS …
The Cincinnati Museum Center is hosting a special Science Themed Free Friday on October 24th. They are inviting families to come enjoy their three museums- free of charge! The hours are from 4-8. For more information call the Cincinnati Museum Center, 513.287.7000.
The City of Cincinnati’s Youth Commission invites students in 7th-12th grades presents
Break Out” Breaking Through Barriers…Building a Better City Featuring: Malik Yoba, Elementz Hip Hop Troop, Rapper Keenan West and more!
Free event: Free lunch! Free door prizes at University of Cincinnati-Tangeman Center from 9:30 am – 4 pm on Saturday, October 25th. To register, go to Cincinnati-oh.gov/youthsummit.
SHOOTING FOR SUCCESS
5 CARES COAT DRIVE
Stay warm this winter!
The Society of St. Vincent DePaul will have coats available for those in need at the following locations:
- Saturday, November 15 from 9am- 12pm at Seton High School
Saturday, November 22 from 9am-12pm at 3 locations
- Newport Primary School, Covington Latin School, & John G. Carlisle School
- Saturday, December 6 from 9am-12pm at St. Vincent DePaul West End Outreach Center
- Saturday, December 13 at St. Henry Elementary School
***ONE coat person per year. NO charge. All sizes while supply lasts. Please bring photo ID for yourself and children. All children must be accompanied by an adult.***
TIRED OF HIGH SEWER RATES?
GREATER CINCINNATI PERFORMING ARTS SOCIETY
This organization was founded in 2007 with a mission of supporting Catholic elementary education by means of tuition assistance, such as St. Joseph Catholic School. They are inviting everyone to their series of performances for the 2014-2015 school year. The first two shows are:
- Saturday, October 25th will bring the Annie Moses Band at the McAuley Performing Arts Center at 7:30 PM.
- 1964 The Tribute is the number one Beatle tribute band in the world and will be featured on November 22nd.
Other performances will be listed throughout the school year. For more information go to www.gcparts.org or call 513-484-0157.
HOLIDAYS/ SPECIAL EVENTS
- Winton Hills Thanksgiving Food Distribution- Saturday, November 22 (You MUST LIVE IN Winton Hills to be eligible for this program)
- St. Vincent DePaul Thanksgiving Food Distribution (Bank Street)- Tuesday, November 25
MALES AGES 18-28
Any male between the ages 18-28 want to make $100? There is a research opportunity that will take place on Tuesday, October 28 on Montgomery Road. To qualify for this research, every male will need to complete a survey on this website, http://drumbeat.questionpro.com .
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