Feb. 28 – Dr. Seuss, and MORE!

No School
There will be no school on Friday, March 16th. Teachers will be attending the Religious Education Congress.
4th Grade
The fourth grade class will be collecting quarters as part of their Lenten services project. The quarters will be donated to the Children’s Hunger Fund, one quarter equals one meal. Thank you for your participation.

Lenten Spiritual Opportunity
Remaining dates are February, 28th & March 1st (with a healing Mass) 7:00pm- 8:30pm- English (at Parish Center)7:30pm – 9:00pm -Spanish (in the Church)

Second Trimester
The end of the second trimester is next Friday, March 2nd. Report cards will be given out on Wednesday, March 7th.

8th Grade Easter Baskets
The 8th Graders are beginning to collect items for their annual Easter Basket Sale. If you would like to donate items for the sale, please place them in a bag with your name on the bag so that you’ll receive volunteer hours for your donation(s). Great items for the baskets are wrapped candies, art supplies like crayons and colored pencils, scented soaps, body lotions, garden supplies like gloves and seed packets, small stuffed animals, other small toys, teas, coffees, mugs, teapots, picture frames, and books. The Class of 2018 thanks you in advance for your generosity.

Dr. Seuss Day
This Friday, March 2nd, the students will be celebrating the joy of reading by participating in the Dr. Seuss Day activities created by faculty staff members. Get ready for a rhyming good time says Sam I Am and the Cat in the Hat!

Calling All Soup Cans!
When you finish a can of soup, please save the can, wash it, and bring it into the office. We will use the empty cans for an art project. Thank you.

Service Hours
Service hours are being collected and will be posted when all information has been received. If anyone has hours information from an activity that they organized, please submit it ASAP. We appreciate your support and efforts.

Library Notes
As we bid adieu to February and Welcome March, the Library will be promoting a thematically diverse agenda. We begin by recognizing societal contribution through Women’s History Month and acknowledging the Birthday of Dr. Seuss and his many works of rhyme. And we end the month by ushering in the Easter Season, remembering Christ’s sacrifice. Look for pertinent hallway book displays.
But, also, let us not forget this Librarian’s ever present request: The return of overdue books. Thanks.

Yearbook Sale
Pre-sale is over and the price is now $60.00. Attached is the new order form.

CEF Applications are now available
Please request one from the office.

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