Monday, April 15, 2019
APRIL 15 NEWS
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LAST CALL FOR UNIFORM CREW SWEATSHIRTS AND 1/4 ZIPS
ORDER BY TODAY
The deadline for the last order for this school year is April 15. While you may order these items any time, the last day to order for delivery this school year is April 15. Orders placed by April 15 will be delivered May 1. Please contact Marie-France Londa at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions
ENGINEERING CLUB MEETS TODAY
Engineering Club will meet from 3:05 to 4:05 on April 15 and 29, and May 6, 13 and 20 in the Spanish Room. No meeting on April 22. To register, please go tohttps://www.learningmeansfun.com/signup and enter code SCO3.25.19. Questions? Please call 847-482-9999 or email email@example.com.
PINK WRISTBANDS TO SUPPORT MRS. PARISI – SALE THIS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, APRIL 17 AND 18
Our staff has been wearing pink wristbands since last week in support of Mrs. Parisi. We were amazed by the number of students who noticed staff members wearing these bands and asked if they could wear them too. So, by suggestion of the students, we will be offering the wristbands for sale before school outside the Multi-Purpose Room on Wednesday, April 17 and Thursday, April 18. Wristbands will be sold for $1 each, with proceeds being used to provide some items to support Mrs. Parisi as she undergoes her treatments. Students who purchase the bands may wear them to school each day.
CHINESE, FRENCH AND SPANISH CLUBS MEET THIS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17
Chinese, French and Spanish clubs will meet monthly from 3:05 to 4:00 p.m. in the Chinese, French and Spanish Rooms. Meeting dates are April 17, and May 8. Eligible students received information in their foreign language classes.
LAST EMAIL BEFORE BREAK THIS THURSDAY, APRIL 18
The last email before Spring Break will be sent THIS THURSDAY, April 18. Items to be included in the email must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3 pm THIS WEDNESDAY, April 17. Please plan ahead. Emails will resume when school resumes on April 29.
SPRING BREAK APRIL 19-28
SCHOOL RESUMES APRIL 29
St. Hilary School will be closed for Spring Break April 19-28. School will resume on April 29. Happy Easter!
HARRY POTTER CLUB MEETS APRIL 30 – NOTE DATE CHANGE!
The Harry Potter Club will meet April 30. Please note the date change from April 18. Additional meeting dates will be May 9 and May 16. All meetings will be held from 3:05 to 4:00 p.m.
ART CLUB MEETING APRIL 30
Art Club will meet one Tuesday each month from 3:15 to 4:30 p.m. in the Art Room. Parents can pick students up at the door near the Art Room. Meeting dates will be April 30 and May 21. Please contact Mrs. Metzger at email@example.com with questions.
GREEN TEAM MEETING MAY 1
The St. Hilary School Green Team meets once monthly (Wednesdays) from 3:15-4:15 in room 111. The final meeting date is May 1. Please contact Katie McCarthy at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
TUITION INVOICES / ASSISTANCE AWARDS WILL BE MAILED BY MAY 1
A NOTE ABOUT TUITION ASSISTANCE AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
? Tuition invoices for all students who have re-registered for the 2019-2020 school year will be mailed by May 1. These invoices also indicate the amount of any tuition assistance awards for those who applied through FACTS by the March 1 deadline, as well as the amount of scholarships awarded in February where applicable.
? TUITION ASSISTANCE AND SCHOLARSHIPS CANNOT BE AWARDED TO ANY STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT RE-REGISTERED OR FOR WHOM THERE IS AN UNPAID BALANCE FOR 2018-2019 TUITION, FEES, LATCHKEY, OR OTHER SERVICES. Families who have applied for tuition assistance but who have not re-registered their children or who owe a balance have been contacted.
? Those wishing to receive a 1% discount may pay tuition in full by May 15. Payments will begin in June for those using the FACTS tuition management service.
? If you have questions, please contact Lou Camerato at 330-867-1055, ext. 203 or email@example.com.
FACULTY / STAFF MEETING MAY 2
STUDENTS MUST BE PICKED UP ON TIME
There will be a faculty/staff meeting after school on May 2. All students picked up by car or in the hallway must be picked up on time. As a reminder, our dismissal time for car or hallway pick up is 3:05 p.m. Students not picked up by 3:25 p.m. will be taken to Latchkey and may be picked up there. (Bus riders will be supervised until their buses arrive.) Your cooperation is appreciated.
SPEED STACKS MEETS MAY 2
Speed Stacks is a fun way to build eye-hand coordination and friendships while quickly stacking cups! Speed Stacks is open to students in grades K-5. The final meeting date is May 2. Speed Stacks meets from 8:00 to 8:20 a.m. in Horning Hall.
BIRTHDAY BOOK CLUB MAY 3
Birthday Book Club is a fun way for students to celebrate their birthdays and donate a book to our school library. Students will receive invitations to attend in the month of their birthday. The final date is May 3 (for May, June and July birthdays). Questions? Please contact Mrs. Slanina firstname.lastname@example.org.
ST. HILARY OUTING AT CANAL PARK MAY 5
Join us for the St. Hilary spring outing at Canal Park on May 5 as the Akron Rubberducks take on the Fightin’ Phils at 2:05 p.m. Tickets are only $8 and kids can play catch on the field, run in the kids stampede, and run the bases! Please click the link at the end of this email for a flyer with details. Questions? Contact Shannon Cacchione at email@example.com or 216-299-6779.
IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN KIDS CRAFT CLUB
NEXT MEETING IS MAY 8
It's not too late to join the Kids Craft Club! Open to students in grades 3-8, the club meets on the second Wednesday of each month after school until 4:30 p.m. The final meeting date is May 8. Details and registration at www.liveloveandcreate.com/book-online under St. Hilary.
STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING MAY 8
Student Council officers and homeroom representatives will meet for the last time on May 8 from 3:10 to 3:40 p.m. in the Science Lab.
SUMMER SKILLS CHALLENGE
ORDER BOOKS BY MAY 12 FOR FREE SHIPPING
Students are challenged to keep their skills sharp this summer! Students who complete the Summer Solutions Math Book, read 5 books and complete 5 book report forms will receive 2 dress down passes when school resumes in August! Order Summer Solutions books by May 12 to have the books shipped to school for free. (Books can also be shipped to homes for a fee.) Complete details can be found here on our school website.
ROSARY CLUB MEETS MAY 13
The St. Hilary School Rosary Club is open to students in grades K-8. The club will meet in the library from 3:07-3:45 p.m. on scheduled days. Students may bring a snack to enjoy as we pray and make Rosaries. The final meeting date is May 13 (practice for the school rosary).
ORDER 2018-2019 YEARBOOKS ONLINE BY MAY 24
Online ordering is now open for the 2018-2019 St. Hilary School yearbook. Visit www.ybpay.lifetouch.com and enter Yearbook ID Code 3685719 to order this beautiful full-color book that will include memories from the entire 2018-2019 school year. Soft cover books cost $25; hard cover books cost $30. Yearbooks may be ordered online only – please do not send checks to the school. DON’T MISS OUT! THE DEADLINE TO ORDER IS MAY 24! Please keep a record of your order as the school has no access to orders placed and no record of who has ordered and who has not. Books will be delivered to students next fall.
2019-2020 SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS AND SUPPLY KIT ORDERING
Our 2019-2020 school supply lists are now available under the Red Folder tab on the school website. Also, for those who prefer to purchase the pre-packaged kits, ordering is now available. Please be sure to order early to allow for shipping in time for the first day of school. Please clickhere for 2019-2020 school supply lists and information about supply kit ordering.
CELEBRATION 2020 CO-CHAIRS SOUGHT
Co-Chairs are being sought to oversee Celebration 2020. Thinking you have too much on your plate to take this on? This is a job that can be done even with a full-time job and other commitments, as you would be leading a team and have plenty of help with details and tasks along the way. If you would like to learn more about what is involved, or if you have an interest in serving as a Co-Chair for Celebration 2020, please contact the Parents’ Association President, Jamie Malick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ST. HILARY PARISH OFFERS MANY LENTEN OPPORTUNITIES
Again this year, St. Hilary Parish is offering many opportunities to enrich your Lenten journey and help your family grow in faith. Please click the links at the end of this email for complete details.
MEALS EXTENDED FOR PARISI FAMILY
Below is the link to the updated Care Calendar for meals for Mrs. Parisi and her family. Meals have been extended, with dates added Monday-Friday beginning in mid-May, and continuing Monday-Friday through the end of August. Mrs. Parisi and her family are humbled and grateful for the outpouring of support they have already received. Please continue to pray for Mrs. Parisi as she undergoes additional testing and begins her treatment.
Calendar ID: 280626
Security Code: 5303
If you sign up to bring a meal, please be sure to list what meal you will bring to avoid duplication. Meals may be left in the cooler near the front door so as not to disturb Mrs. Parisi. Please bring meals in disposable containers to simplify clean-up and avoid the family having to return dishes. Thank you!
LEADERS SOUGHT FOR BLESSINGS IN A BACKPACK MINISTRY
St. Hilary Parish is in need of 2-3 ministry leaders for its Blessings in a Backpack Ministry. Every week, this ministry sends 1,000 children in need home from school on Friday with backpacks full of satisfying and nutritional food for the weekend. Leaders are needed in the following areas: Coordinating annual inspection, reports, orders and food pick up with the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank; Coordinating the volunteer team schedule; Coordinating the Don Drumm ornament fundraiser. If you are interested, please contact Maureen Capellas email@example.com or call the Parish office.
SUMMER CAMPS COMING TO ST. HILARY IN JUNE!
St. Hilary School will be the host site for 3 summer camps this summer!
Vacation Bible School will be held the week of June 10-14. See below for more information!
Camp Invention will be held at St. Hilary School the week of June 17-21. Open to students entering grades K-6, this high-energy, hands-on STEM camp is always a favorite! For complete details or to register, please visit INVENT.ORG/CAMP or call 800-968-4332. Register by March 22 to save $25 with promo code INNOVATE25.
New at St. Hilary School this summer will be the Classroom Antics Summer Tech Camp! Featuring video game design, Minecraft coding, stop-motion animation, computer programming, LEGO robotics, and video production, this camp is open to boys and girls ages 7-13. The camp will be held the week of June 17-21. For complete details or to register, please visit www.classroomantics.com or call 800-595-3776. Register by April 30 to save $10 with promo code FLYER10.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Join us as we investigate the Cool Kingdom Party: Mary Leads Me Closer to Jesus at Vacation Bible School June 10-14, 2018 from 9 am to 12 noon each day!
This year's Catholic Vacation Bible School will help kids understand the importance of Mary, Our Blessed Mother, and how she leads us closer to her son Jesus.
Each day, the activities will focus on a central theme and virtue along with a Saint of the Day. From the faith, yummy snacks, and creative crafts to the catchy music and fun games, each activity is designed to reinforce the daily lesson and enhance each of the participants faith learning experience. The kids will learn new songs and dances, watch sensational skits put on by the "big kids”, and most importantly, learn all about our awesome Catholic faith!
Camp is open to children age 4 - entering 4th grade in Fall 2019. Older students and adults are always needed as volunteers. Time spend volunteering can often count toward High School Service Hours. And we offer free babysitting for the young children of adult volunteers! What a great way to grow the faith of your family by sharing the experience with all your children.
To register or for more information, visit www.sthilarychurch.org/vbs-2019
Our annual Donation Tree will also return the weekend of April 27-28 to help prepare for camp. Stay tuned for more details. Questions? Please contact Kelly Shook, VBS Director at StHilaryVBS@gmail.com or 216-401-7019. Camp is JUNE 10-14, 2018. Cat.Chat Cool Kingdom Party: Mary Leads Me Closer to Jesus
MOORFIELD ROAD DROP-OFF SAFETY
Parents, we have had reports of unsafe situations during our morning drop-off on Moorfield Road. Cars have been dropping students off at the back of the line and then pulling around the line, left of center, head-on into oncoming traffic. Students may be dropped off ONLY at the designated point where a staff member is on duty. Drivers should NEVER pull around the line onto the opposite side of the street. Please help keep everyone safe by adhering to these procedures. Thank you!
SECOND SEMESTER CAC MEETINGS FOR GRADES 6-8 ARE UNDERWAY
CAC - Catholic Athletes for Christ has been going strong this year. We will continue to meet at lunchtime on the following dates. We would love to have you join us to dig deeper into your faith as related to athletics. Non-athletes are welcome as well. We share fellowship with the common interest of sports. The group is led by Rachel Maykut (youth ministry leader) and Coach Kennedy. Click the following link to register: https://reg.sportspilot.com/106409/leagues
Meetings are held at lunchtime in the computer lab for 7th and 8th grade and in Miss Buzzi’s room for 6th grade. Grab your lunch and join us.
8th grade: Jan. 24, Feb. 7, 21, Mar. 7, 21, April 4, 18, May 2, 16
6th and 7th grades: Jan. 17, 31, Feb. 14, 28, Mar. 14, 28, April 11, May 9, 23
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR PARENTS OF STUDENTS USING LATCHKEY PROGRAM
Attention parents of students who use the Latchkey program: Bank regulations require that checks issued for payment of Latchkey fees be made payable to either St. Hilary School, St. Hilary Church, or just St. Hilary. CHECKS CANNOT BE MADE PAYABLE TO LATCHKEY OR ST. HILARY LATCHKEY. Please be careful when writing checks to pay Latchkey fees that you list the proper payee. Thank you!
JOIN PRAYER MOMS ON THURSDAYS
Calling all Prayer Moms!
Please join the St. Hilary Prayer Moms every Thursday morning between 8:30-9:00 in the St. Hilary Church Library to pray the intentions of the school children, faculty and staff! Each week, we collect the prayer intentions from the school children/staff and then meet in the church library to read the intentions and say a few short prayers! No commitment is necessary, just come when you can. Parents of all grades are welcome and new moms with young children are welcome also. Please join this wonderful group of moms to pray for our school community!!! Any questions, contact Marita Gore 330.204.4308 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION PROGRAM UNDERWAY
Did you know that saving Box Tops can raise a lot of money for our school? Please save your Box Tops and send them to the school office, or to Barb Jackson, c/o Rylee in Room 201. Thank you for your support of this ongoing school fundraiser!
GIANT EAGLE APPLES FOR STUDENTS PROGRAM IS UNDERWAY
Shop. Scan. Support Our School. Apples for the Students starts again. Giant Eagle’s Apples for the Students Program allows you to support our school while you shop. Enroll your Giant Eagle Advantage Card and earn points for free educational rewards with every shopping trip. This program is a great way for our school to earn educational rewards such as computers, software, video equipment, gym and playground gear, and more. Is your Giant Eagle Advantage Card® registered? Now’s the time to check. All you need is our school code 1955 to verify a card or register a new card.
1. Visit www.GiantEagle.com/AFTS.
2. Enter your Giant Eagle Advantage Card number (which appears under the bar code).
3. Enter the school code, 1955.
Please encourage your extended family and friends to register too.
Please contact Maria Donatelli Peterson at
330 715-7604 or email@example.com with questions.
NO ST. HILARY PARKING AT CITIZENS BANK AT ANY TIME
Please do not park in the Citizens Bank lot at any time this school year. Citizens Bank management has asked that we keep their lot clear for Citizens Bank employees and customers. Your cooperation in being courteous to our neighbors is appreciated.
1 - ALL VISITORS to the school entering the building for ANY REASON, including volunteering for Hot Lunch, dropping off forgotten lunches, assisting in classrooms, attending school assemblies and academic bees, or any other reason, MUST REPORT DIRECTLY TO THE SCHOOL OFFICE AND SIGN INTO THE VISITOR LOG before going to any other part of the building. Please be sure that grandparents, older siblings and others in your family who may visit the school for any reason are aware of this procedure. This will enable us to know who is in the building at any given time and to maintain accurate records in case of an emergency. Visitors should also report back to the school office to sign out in the log book before leaving the building.
2 - Additionally, we ask that you do not hold the door open for others entering behind you, that you drive carefully in our parking lot, and that you obey signs and the supervisors on duty.
3 - Please also be especially cautious when driving through the Fairlawn Heights neighborhood. The speed limit on all Fairlawn Heights roads is 25 mph and there are no sidewalks for pedestrians to use, so driving slowly and safely is imperative.
Your cooperation with us in ensuring the safety of your children is greatly appreciated.
ALTERNATE SCHEDULES RETURN THIS YEAR
On all regular school days, our first bell will ring at 8:20 a.m., at which time students may report to classrooms. Our tardy bell will ring at 8:30 a.m. Ideally, students should be in their seats and ready to begin the day by 8:30 a.m. when morning announcements start. We realize there will be students who may arrive after this time due to late buses, but we appreciate your cooperation in dropping off your child in time to allow him or her to be ready to begin the day at 8:30 a.m.
In order to accommodate days on which we have Mass, assemblies, delayed start due to weather, etc., we will be following alternate schedules. On days when alternate schedules are in effect, period times and lunch times shift from those on a normal day. This will allow us to maximize instructional time by aligning class periods with the start and end times of events and delayed starts that alter our normal daily schedule.
For our complete daily schedule and alternate schedules for 2018-2019, please click here.
You may wish to print and save a copy of the alternate schedules to refer to if you are dropping off lunches for your child on one of these days.
DISMISSAL ARRANGEMENTS -
WHEN TO NOTIFY THE TEACHER, WHEN TO NOTIFY THE OFFICE
Please be sure your child knows how he or she is going home BEFORE he or she leaves home in the morning. Confusion at the end of the day causes tearful students and difficulty as the office staff tries to determine what arrangements parents wish to be followed.
*If there is a change from your child’s normal dismissal routine on a particular day, please send a note to the teacher in the morning.
*If, during the day, there is a change in your child’s dismissal arrangements from what was decided in the morning, please be sure to call the office as early in the day as possible and a message will be given to your child.
Please do not call the office regarding dismissal arrangements at the end of the day unless it is an emergency as dismissal is a very busy time and it is very difficult to reach your child with your message at this time in the day. Your cooperation is appreciated!
RECYCLED UNIFORMS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT SCHOOL YEAR
Gently used and sometimes new uniforms are available throughout the school year. Email or call the Recycled Uniforms coordinators below to request items. Please be sure to leave a size, child's name and homeroom number with your request and the items will be sent to your child's room. If you have items to donate, drop them off in the copy room in the main office. PLEASE BAG YOUR DONATED ITEMS. You don't have to donate to receive items – there are plenty of items available. To request any plaid items (jumpers, skirts, skorts), sweatshirts, polo shirts, blouses, and/or sweaters contact Jen Warmus at 216-308-0630 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To request pants, shorts (navy and khaki), sweatshirts, gym uniforms (shirts and black shorts) contact Debbie Yarcheck, 330-730-2415 or email@example.com.
STUDENTS RIDING BUSES HOME WITH FRIENDS
From time to time, students ask to ride buses home with their friends. Because in most cases, buses are full with just the students who normally ride, there is not room for extra students to ride with friends. Please help us remind your children that they cannot ride buses home with friends, and they cannot simply hand a note to the driver of the bus they intend to board in the afternoon, even with a phone number listed, as drivers are not able to contact you. Thank you for your cooperation.
Parents and grandparents are welcome to occasionally visit students at lunchtime. Please go to the office to sign in, take a visitor’s badge, and then go to the lunchroom to meet your child. Once lunch concludes and recess begins, we ask that parents and grandparents, and especially siblings visiting with them, not accompany students to the playground. For safety and supervision reasons, we need to limit those on our playground to our students and supervisory staff. Families wishing to play together on our playground are welcome to do so after school hours.
SUBMIT INFORMATION FOR CALENDAR, EMAILS
The start of a new school year signals a slate of new dates to be added to the calendar. Be sure your school-related event does not get missed - email your date, time and information to firstname.lastname@example.org for the school’s online calendar. Complete information about items of interest to school families can be submitted to email@example.com for the mass emails, per the guidelines below. Mass emails are sent on Monday and Thursday mornings during the school year, and at other times as needed. Items for Monday’s email must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. on the previous Friday, and items for Thursday’s email must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Email is our primary means of regular communication.
ABOUT THE MASS EMAILS AND SCHOOL CALENDAR
Emails aresent on Monday and Thursday mornings with information intended to be helpful to the entire school community. Every effort is made to consolidate information to these two emails; however, requests are often made after deadlines, and additional emails may be sent as needed, particularly to specific grade levels. We are a large, busy school with many activities. To expedite your reading, information in the Monday-Thursday emails is organized with the most timely news at the top, then by date beginning with the most current date. Older news is moved to the bottom for reminders/reference as it ages, and removed as it expires. NEW or UPDATED ITEMS are flagged as such in blue. The weekly update provides a quick glance at coming events for the week ahead, but the school Google calendar is updated regularly and provides more extensive information about our many school events throughout the year. Please continue to check both the emails and the school calendar throughout the school year.
DID YOU KNOW?
Leadership group bylaws:Our two parent leadership groups, Parents’ Association and School Board, both have bylaws in place. Bylaws for both groups are on the school website and can be found by clicking here and then clicking the link for the group you wish to learn more about.
Need to check a date? All dates that have been set for the school year so far can be viewed on the school Google calendar, available on the school website under the Red Folder tab. The calendar is updated regularly.
Need an email address or phone number for a teacher or staff member? All faculty and staff contact information is available on the school website under the Contact Us tab. Click an email link and go directly to the email address for that person.
Need help with Gradelink? School secretary, Mrs. Smith, handles Gradelink and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 330-867-872, ext. 221.
Need to update your information in One Call Now? You can update your email address(es) and/or phone number(s) for mass emails and phone notifications by logging into the MySchool portal on our school website and entering the secure One Call Now Self-Update Portal.
IN THE OFFICE
The following can currently be found in the school office:
Flyers for Camp Christopher summer camps
Flyers for Camp Invention at St. Hilary (June 17-21, entering grades K-6)
Flyers for Coppelia (May 4-5, Akron Civic Theatre)
Flyers for University of Akron Summer Reading Skills Programs (age 4-adult)
Flyers for JCC summer camps
Brochures for First Communion gift items
Flyers for Classroom Antics Summer Camp at St. Hilary (June 17-21, ages 7-13)
Monday, April 15
Fire Safety for Rooms 104, 106, 107, 205, 207, 209
Mime of the Passion
Please join us!
3:05 – 4:05 p.m.
Tuesday, April 16
Fire Safety for Rooms 101, 102, 103, 105, 108, 110, 204, 206, 208
7:00 – 8:30 a.m.
Grades 7 & 8 Breakfast of Champions
Church & Gathering Area
8:50 – 9:50 a.m.
Assembly for Grades 4, 5, 6
Wednesday, April 17
3:05 – 4:00 p.m.
Chinese, French & Spanish Clubs
Chinese, French & Spanish Rooms
Thursday, April 18
WE WILL FOLLOW SCHEDULE C TODAY DUE TO THE PRAYER SERVICE
Fourth Quarter Interim Reports
Holy Thursday Prayer Service
Please join us!
3:05 – 4:00 p.m.
Harry Potter Club
Friday, April 19 – Sunday, April 28
SPRING BREAK – NO SCHOOL
Monday, April 29
MAP Testing begins for Grades K-8
3:05 – 4:05 p.m.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK!
EMAIL GUIDELINES: Mass emails are published every Monday and Thursday morning during the school year, with exceptions when these days fall on non-school days. Submissions for the mass emails must be made to email@example.com by 4:00 p.m. of the weekday prior to the email (Friday for Monday, Wednesday for Thursday). Earlier submissions are encouraged whenever possible. Emails can be sent to specific grade levels by request, and urgent news can be emailed outside of the Monday/Thursday schedule at the discretion of St. Hilary School.
In the case of submissions on behalf of a group or organization, please confer with others in the group (particularly group leaders) to be sure all necessary information is included in one submission and approved for publication.
Submissions are assumed to be complete and accurate as submitted and further assumed to be approved for publication, so please be sure information contains all relevant details, is accurate and is approved for mass dissemination before submitting.
Submissions referring to Internet or email links should include the actual links. Please copy and paste the desired URL or email address into the submission to ensure accuracy.
Attachments can be included with the mass emails provided they fit within the One Call Now technical parameters. In some cases, items may not be able to be attached.
Appropriate subject matter includes items of interest to the general school population for the benefit of our students, parents, school and / or parish. Information about lost / found pets, animals seeking homes, non-school-related / non-student-related goods or services for sale, private non-charitable social gatherings, and similar topics outside the scope of school / parish interest will not be included in mass emails. St. Hilary School reserves the right to determine items appropriate for inclusion in mass emails.
Please also note that the email addresses to which mass emails are sent are stored in the One Call Now database for school use and do not exist as a distribution list, nor can they be provided to individuals for personal use. Email addresses for school families wishing to share them for personal use can be found in the school directory published each fall.
Your understanding of and cooperation with these guidelines is greatly appreciated.
Attachments available for 30 days until Sunday, May 12, 2019:
Lent 2019 Calendar.pdf
Lenten Opportunities 2019.pdf
St. Hilary Rubber Ducks Outing 2019.pdf