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School Update – Nov 2 – 6, 2020

“I have learned that the point of life’s walk is not where or how far I move my feet but how I am moved in my heart.” ~ Anasazi Foundation

Halloween Fundraiser

We had a fantastic time at our Halloween Dance-a-thon. It was great to see all the Halloween spirit in the building. Don’t worry, there is still time to donate. The last day to donate is Nov 2nd. Prizes will be handed out on November 3rd.

  • 1st: $400 Best Buy gift card + Apple store cards
  • 2nd: Scooter + Sports check gift card
  • 3rd: $200 Acton pack gift cards

Poinsettia Sales

Back by popular demand, we are excited to offer the sale of Poinsettia Plants to our school community. Orders for plants will be taken in advance and paid through School Cash Online only starting Monday, November 2nd. The final day for orders will be Friday, November 13th. Unfortunately, no late orders will be permitted. Contactless pick-up details will be provided at a later date.

The following plants will be available for preorder :

  • 6” Red or White – $11.00
  • 8” Red or White – $17.00
  • 10” Red or White – $22.00
  • 7” Mumsettia – Red poinsettia surrounded by White Mums – $12.00

Parking Etiquette

Thank you to parents and guardians for following our parking lot expectations to keep staff, students and parents safe.  By working together, we create ease for our morning and after-school rush.  Please use the kiss and ride for quick drop-offs only and use the parking spaces when walking children to their gates.  Please ensure you do not block our handicap spaces as we have several parents who need to access these spaces. 

St. Joseph’s Tips

When life brings about unexpected change, we look to those who will support and guide us through it.  Saints are people who have listened to and answered God’s call. They model for us that the most important part of life is showing in all that we do how much we love God, others and ourselves. Saints follow the call of the Lord. They dedicate their lives to following God’s Word

Did you know that St. Paul was a tentmaker, St. Peter was a fisherman, St. Teresa of Calcutta was a nun and St. Joseph was a worker. All saints were people who struggled and yet stood firm, who loved one another, who worked for justice and peace and who healed the sick and fed the hungry. God is helping us be saints too.  We are just ordinary people doing ordinary things. We wake up every morning and pray to do our best for God.

Take a moment on November 1st – all saints day – to reflect on the ways we help in our homes, in our schools and in our communities.

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