Monday, April 23, 2018
APRIL 23 NEWS
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URGENT!! PLAYGROUND SUPERVISORS NEEDED!
We have an immediate need for playground supervisors for the remainder of the school year, as well as a need for supervisors for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are able to help, please contact Laura Pszonowsky at 330-289-9678 or email@example.com.
CONGRATULATIONS NEW PARENT LEADERS
Ballots were emailed several weeks ago to elect new members of our School Board and our Parents’ Association Executive Board. Voting closed April 17, and we congratulate the following new parent leaders who will begin their roles in the 2018-2019 school year:
School Board: Badie Alnemr, Jill Gallagher, Randy Parsons, and Jim Wilson
Parents’ Association Executive Board: Brittany Root (President-Elect), Lauren Palumbo (Vice-President), and Betsy Stangel (Secretary)
Thank you to all candidates who took the time to run for these positions.
SCHOOL SUPPLY KIT ORDERING NOW AVAILABLE
Flyers went home last week with information for the School Tool Box online school supply program!
- Visit http://www.schooltoolbox.com today to log in or set up a new account!
- Be sure to update your child’s information for the grade level they are entering next year.
- Supplies match students’ grade level supply list provided by the St. Hilary teachers.
- Parents order online at their own convenience.
- Customize your list! If you already have a pair of scissors at home, take this item out of your list and save.
- Order late into the summer. Order as late as three weeks before you need your supplies to receive them in time!
- Orders will ship right to your home.
- Free shipping! All orders over $50 will ship for free.
- Contact Jill Gallagher firstname.lastname@example.org for questions !
As a reminder, the 2018-2019 school supply lists are available on the school website. In our continuing effort to become as paperless as possible, school supply lists will no longer be sent home with students’ final report cards, so please be sure to access the appropriate supply list(s) for your child(ren) online. To view the lists, click here or visit www.st-hilaryschool.org/ Red Folder / School Supply Lists.
SAVE THE DATE FOR GRANDPARENTS’ DAY!
We will host Grandparents’ Day on October 5, 2018 from 8:00 to 10:30 a.m. All students will have the opportunity to invite grandparents or special guests of their choice. Please save the date and watch for more information as planning progresses.
ENGINEERING CLUB MEETS TODAY
Engineering Club is beginning its spring session! Engineering Club is open to Grades 1-6. Meetings will be on Mondays, April 23, and 30, and May 7, 14 and 21 from 3:05 to 4:05 p.m. in the Spanish Room. To register, please go to https://www.learningmeanfun.com/signup and enter class code SCO3.26.18.
HARRY POTTER CLUB MEETS TOMORROW
The Harry Potter Club will meet TOMORROW from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the Art Room. Please pick up students promptly at 4:00 p.m. at the Art Room door. The final meeting date for the year will be May 15. Questions? Please contact Mrs. Woodman at email@example.com.
ART CLUB MEETS THIS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25
Art Club will meet THIS WEDNESDAY, April 25. Art Club is open to students who signed up in the fall. All meetings are from 3:15 to 4:30 p.m. in the Art Room. The final meeting date will be May 16.
GRADE 4 CAMP MEETING THIS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25
There will be a meeting for current fourth grade parents to introduce next fall’s fifth grade camp experience THIS WEDNESDAY, April 25 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in Room 203. Details about the field trip as well as information about volunteering will be presented. Questions? Please contact Mrs. Sollenberger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAC TO MEET DURING LUNCH PERIODS THIS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25
Attention sixth, seventh and eighth graders! CAC has a new time and location. Please join us for our Sports Ministry of the CAC (Catholic Athletes for Christ). We will gather during the lunch periods for 6th grade (11:40-12:20) and the 7th and 8th grades (12:25-12:50). Meetings will be in Sister Carol Joy’s room on the following Wednesdays: April 25, May 9, 23. Bring your lunch and we will enjoy great fellowship.
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICER APPLICATIONS DUE THIS THURSDAY, APRIL 26
Student Couincil officer applications are now available in the school office and are due THIS THURSDAY, April 26. Students in grades 6 and 7 are eligible to run for an officer position. Only 7th grade students may run for President. Posters may be hung up April 30. Candidates for Treasurer and Secretary will give their speeches on May 2, and candidates for President and Vice-President will give their speeches on May 3.
DRESS DOWN DAY THIS THURSDAY, APRIL 26 TO SUPPORT ONE OF A KIND PETS
The 5th Grade Girl Scouts are doing a service project to support One of a Kind Pets. Bring in a donation and dress down THIS THURSDAY, April 26. Please click the link at the end of this email for a flyer. Thanks for your support.
Kindergarten - Mr. Clean antibacterial soap
1st Grade - Antibacterial Clorox wipes
2nd Grade - Bleach
3rd Grade - Toilet paper
4th Grade - Paper towels
5th Grade - HE laundry detergent
6th Grade - Hand sanitizer
7th Grade - Paper towels
8th Grade - Zipper sandwich or gallon bags
ORDER PRE-SALE SPRING MUSICAL TICKETS BY THIS THURSDAY, APRIL 26
SPRING MUSICAL APRIL 27-29
Don’t miss St. Hilary School’s junior high production of the musical Mary Poppins, Jr. on Friday, April 27 and Saturday, April 28, at 7:00 p.m., and Sunday, April 29 at 1:00 p.m., in the school’s Horning Hall gymnasium. Order forms for pre-sale tickets were sent home through the backpacks, with the deadline to purchase pre-sale tickets being THIS THURSDAY, April 26! Tickets will also be available at the door, which will open a half hour before all shows. Admission is $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for students. The public is invited to attend.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL UPDATES!
REGISTER FOR DRAMA BY THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 27
DONATION TREE RETURNS THIS WEEKEND - APRIL 28-29
VBS IS JUNE 11-15 – SPOTS ARE FILLING QUICKLY!
THIS WEEKEND (APRIL 28-29) - Our annual Donation Tree will return this weekend (April 28/29) and we would greatly appreciate your help to provide supplies for camp this year and make sure camp is affordable for all. Find the tree in the Spiritual Center, take a tag, and return your donated item to the tree or the PSR office. Thank you so much for your assistance!
DRAMA - Those volunteers interested in helping with the Drama Skits (entering 5th grade and above) need to be registered by April 27th as practice begins the week of April 30th. Register today and indicate "Drama" in the special requests section. Note that Drama volunteers will also be given a volunteer assignment for the rest of the camp day.
REGISTRATION - We are over halfway full for campers this year (we have filled up and had a wait list the last several years) so if you've been meaning to register, do it today!
Join us as we investigate the Marvelous Mystery of The Mass as it Comes Alive at Vacation Bible School June 11-15, 2018 from 9 am to 12 noon each day!
This Catholic VBS will get kids immersed in the greatest mystery on earth as they spend a week learning about the incredible treasure of the Mass. With this Cat.Chat VBS, kids will develop a new appreciation for the Catholic Mass and will deepen their love for Jesus in the Eucharist through faith teachings, catchy music, fun games, crafts, and more!
Camp is open to children age 4 - entering 4th grade in Fall 2018. Older students (entering 5th grade and above) and adults are always needed as volunteers. Time spent 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 your children.
To register or for more information, visit www.sthilarychurch.org/vbs-2018
Camp is JUNE 11-15, 2018
Cat.Chat Marvelous Mystery: The Mass Comes Alive
SPEED STACKS MEETS THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 27
Speed Stacks is a fun activity that challenges students’ eye-hand coordination as they stack cups as quickly and skillfully as possible! The club is open to students in grades K-4, and students do not need to attend each month. The last meeting is THIS FRIDAY, April 27 in Horning Hall from 8:00 to 8:20 a.m.
BIRTHDAY BOOK CLUB THIS FRIDAY, APRIL 27
Birthday Book Club will have one final combined session THIS FRIDAY, April 27 from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. in the Library for students with birthdays in the months of April, May, June, and July. Students with birthdays in these months will receive an invitation with details about how to participate and choose a special book to read and donate to the school library. The April 27 session replaces the previously scheduled dates of April 20 and May 11.
THE TALENT SHOW IS COMING! SIGN UP BY NEXT MONDAY, APRIL 30
Student Council will sponsor a talent show on May 18 at 2:00 p.m. in Horning Hall. Students in grades 6-8 who would like to participate must sign up outside Room 118 no later than NEXT MONDAY, April 30 at 3:00 p.m. Tryouts will be held May 3 and 4 from 3:15 to 5:30 p.m. in Horning Hall. Students will be assigned a tryout date and time after sign-ups close on April 30 at 3:00 p.m. Students selected to participate based on tryouts will need to participate in the dress rehearsal on May 15 from 3:00 to 5:30 p.m. in Horning Hall.
ROSARY CLUB MEETS NEXT MONDAY, APRIL 30
The Rosary Club will meet NEXT MONDAY, April 30 from 3:00 – 3:45 p.m. in the library to practice for the May 1 Rosary service. Students in grades K-8 are invited to attend and may bring a snack to enjoy as the group meets to pray and make rosaries. The final meeting will be May 21.
SCHOOL ROSARY NEXT TUESDAY, MAY 1
Please join us for our school Rosary service NEXT TUESDAY, May 1 at 2:00 p.m. in the Church.
ORDER SCHOOL UNIFORMS BEFORE NEXT TUESDAY, MAY 1
How do you want to spend your summer months?
Wear Number One, St. Hilary School's official school uniform vendor, realizes that the summer months are precious. This time is for you and your family to enjoy without the stress of thinking about school uniforms. Please allow us to order your child's uniform before May 1. Let us handle your needs for uniforms so that you can handle your family’s needs. Questions? Please email email@example.com.
ONLINE ORDERING OF SCHOOL UNIFORMS
You can order St. Hilary School uniforms online. Go to wearnumberone.weebly.com, Click on the St. Hilary Banner, then drop down to "Uniforms". For your convenience There are sample sizes outside the school office. Marie-France is happy to assist you with the online ordering or fitting process. Please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 330-730-1751.
LIVING YOUR STRENGTHS WORKSHOP TO BEGIN NEXT WEDNESDAY, MAY 2
All are invited to attend the Living Your Strengths workshop to be held May 2, 16 and 30 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. in the Spiritual Center Lower Level Meeting Room #3. Please click the link at the end of this email for a flyer with complete details. Please contact John Randall at email@example.com 330-665-4634 with questions or to register.
NO BEFORE-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES MAY 8
Due to the faculty/staff meeting on May 8, there will be no before-school activities except band. All students are to report to the Multi-Purpose Room and wait for teachers to dismiss them, even if the bell has rung.
STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING MAY 9
The final Student Council meeting will be May 9 in the library from 3:05 to 3:35 p.m. A year-end celebration will be held on May 18 from 3:05 to 3:45 p.m. in the Pavilion. The final officer meeting for the four officers will be held May 4, at 8:00 a.m. in Room 118.
ORDER SUMMER SOLUTIONS MATH BOOKS BY MAY 13 FOR FREE SHIPPING
Spring is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to start thinking about what your child will do this summer to close the learning gap! Mrs. Arnone is once again offering the Summer Skills Challenge! Students wishing to accept the challenge and earn dress down passes will need to complete a Summer Solutions Math Book. Please click the link at the end of this email for Summer Solutions ordering information. Orders placed byMay 13 will be shipped to school free of charge and can be sent home with students before the end of the school year.
NO SCHOOL MAY 25 AND 28
There will be no school on Friday, May 25 and Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day, as shown on the revised 2017-2018 calendar published in August. Click here to view the calendar in the Red Folder on the school website.
ST. HILARY FAMILY FUN DAY AT CANAL PARK MAY 27
St. Hilary’s Family Fun Day at Canal Park will be May 27, as the Rubber Ducks take on the Richmond Flying Squirrels! Game time is 6:35 p.m. Kids can play catch on the field before the game, run in the kids stampede before the game, and run bases after the game! Hot dogs will be $2, and there will be fireworks after the game! Tickets are $8 and can be purchased at https://groupmatics.events/s/other/Sthilary3. For more information, please contact event coordinator Shannon Cacchione at Shannon.firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-299-6779.
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL MAY 31
PROCEDURE FOR 1:30 P.M. DISMISSAL
St. Hilary School students will be dismissed from school for the summer at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 31. No afternoon buses or Latchkey will be available. To safely and efficiently accommodate the large number of families picking students up, we will follow the procedure below for early dismissal:
There will be no pick-up line. All children will be held inside the building for dismissal. Parents are asked to park on or near the St. Hilary School property and walk to the building to retrieve children. Parents may enter the building through one of three sets of doors:
The main doors (by the Jesus statue), the Horning Hall doors, and the Moorfield Road doors.
Students will be called in groups over the PA and held in two locations for dismissal based on the last name of the school family with whom they will go home.
1. If a student will be going home with a family whose last name begins with A-G, he or she should report to the Multi-Purpose Room when called and wait there to be picked up.
2. If a student will be going home with a family whose last name begins with H-Z, he or she should report to Horning Hall when called and wait there to be picked up.
If a grandparent, neighbor, or other “non-school family” driver will pick up your child for you, your child should go by his or her own last name. Students who ride the Kids Country bus should report to Horning Hall. Students with a note on file permitting them to walk home may exit through the Moorfield Road doors ONLY and walk as usual. Students will be supervised by school staff during dismissal.
We are following this procedure in response to parent suggestions. To assist us in safely and efficiently dismissing your children, your cooperation is needed with the following:
· ALL STUDENTS MUST KNOW HOW THEY ARE GOING HOME WHEN THEY COME TO SCHOOL. If you will not be picking up your own child, please make sure he or she knows on the morning of May 31 who will be picking him or her up, and whether to report to the Multi-Purpose Room or Horning Hall.
· PARENTS MUST WALK CHILDREN FROM THE BUILDING TO THE CAR. While we will have school staff assisting in the parking lot, there will be an incredibly large volume of traffic moving in the lot, with cars pulling into and backing out of spaces. Please make sure you walk with your children using our marked crosswalks.
· PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS OF THE SCHOOL PERSONNEL ON DUTY to make this procedure go safely and smoothly for all.
Please contact us with any questions. As always, your child’s safety is our top priority.
SCHOOL OFFICE SUMMER HOURS
The school office will close for the summer on June 7 at noon. The office will re-open for the 2018-2019 school year on August 8 at 9:00 a.m. Assistance with enrollment for new students is available throughout the summer by calling 330-867-8720, ext. 343 or emailing email@example.com.
CAMP INVENTION COMING TO ST. HILARY JUNE 25-29
St. Hilary will again host Camp Invention this summer, from June 25-29. This popular science-based camp is open to children entering grades K-6. Register at www.campinvention.org or call 800-968-4332. Use promo code IDEAS25 and register by March 23 to save $25 off the $225 fee. Questions? Please contact Mrs. Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SIGN UP NOW TO VOLUNTEER FOR THE 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR
Part of what makes our school so great are the amazing efforts of our parent helpers. We have lots of volunteer opportunities so please take some time to consider how you can help during the 2018-19 school year, including as a room parent. We have an online volunteer sign-up system so please go to http://www.st-hilaryschool.org / TELL ME MORE ABOUT... / Parent Involvement and Volunteering and click on the SignUpGenius link, or go to http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080e4cafaa2fa1ff2-parent3 and sign up today. If you have questions, please contact Parents' Association Secretary Heather Bentley at email@example.com. Thank you in advance for volunteering your time!
2018-2019 SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS AVAILABLE IN RED FOLDER
The 2018-2019 school supply lists are available on the school website. In our continuing effort to become as paperless as possible, school supply lists will no longer be sent home with students’ final report cards, so please be sure to access the appropriate supply list(s) for your child(ren) online. To view the lists, click here or visit www.st-hilaryschool.org / Red Folder / School Supply Lists.
GRADE LEVEL TRANSITION MENTORS READY TO ANSWER QUESTIONS
Thank you to all the parents who have volunteered to serve as grade level transition mentors and answer questions for families who will follow in their footsteps next school year! The list of 2018-2019 Grade Level Transition Mentors can be found here, or visit www.st-hilaryschool.org / Red Folder / Forms and Documents, under the heading Miscellaneous Documents.
BAGS NEEDED FOR BLESSINGS IN A BACKPACK
Plastic grocery bags are needed for our Blessings in a Backpack program that provides food for children in need. Please place bags in the storage bins by the bench outside the school office. Thank you!
SALMON FAMILY MEAL TRAIN UPDATE
MEAL TRAIN IS FILLED!
Thank you so much to all who have volunteered to take a meal to the Salmon family as Andrea’s treatments continue. The Meal Train is filled! Please click here if you have signed up and would like to check your date. For those providing meals, there is a cooler on the front porch where meals can be dropped off, or you may bring them to school to be delivered to the family. If you would like to bring your meal to school in the morning on your assigned day, please email Debbie Sinopoli firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of your meal date to arrange to drop off your meal between 8:00 and 8:20 a.m. at the main door. If you would like to bring your meal to school in the afternoon of your assigned day, please email Barb Jackson email@example.com advance of your meal date to arrange to drop off your meal by 2:30 p.m. at the school office. Thank you for your support.
TRACK HELPERS NEEDED
CYO Track Help Needed! Attention all parents: If you are knowledgeable in the high jump, discus and/or shot put, we would greatly appreciate it if you would please contact CYO Track Coaches Jim Nowak at Jnowak21@roadrunner.com or Eric Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
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), polo shirts, blouses, and/or sweaters contact Darci Houser at 330-328-3847, email email@example.com. To request pants, shorts (navy and khaki), sweatshirts, gym uniforms (shirts and black shorts) contact Debbie Yarcheck, 330-730-2415 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ONLINE ORDERS BEING TAKEN NOW FOR 2017-2018 YEARBOOKS
Orders are being taken now for 2017-2018 school yearbooks! These beautiful full-color books capture memories from the entire school year and will be distributed when school begins next August. The base price for a soft cover book remains at $25, with the option to upgrade to a hard cover book for $30 or add other extras for various prices. All orders must be placed online at www.ybpay.lifetouch.com. Please enter the yearbook ID code 3685718. Please print and keep your receipt for your records until you receive your book next August. The school is not involved in processing yearbook orders and does not maintain order records.
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 at www.st-hilaryschool.org. 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 email@example.com 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.
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION PROGRAM IS UNDERWAY
Did you know that our school receives thousands of dollars each year from the Box Tops for Education program? Please cut out Box Tops and send to Rylee Jackson in Room 205, or to the school office. Thank you for your help with this ongoing fundraiser!
GIANT EAGLE APPLES FOR STUDENTS 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.
Click here for a flyer with details.
Please contact Maria Donatelli Peterson at
330 715-7604 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
IN THE OFFICE
The following items are available for students and parents to pick up in the school office:
Camp Invention flyers
Flyers for University of Akron Summer Reading Skills Programs
Flyers for Walsh Jesuit summer camps
Flyers for Hoban summer camps
Brochures for University of Akron women’s basketball camp
Brochures for JCC summer camps (June 4 – August 17, grades 1-11)
Brochures for the Musical Zoo
Flyers for Camp Christopher summer camp
Monday, April 23
Fire Safety for Rooms 101, 102, 106, 204, 205, 207, 209
MAP Testing for Grades K-8
3:05 – 4:05 p.m.
Tuesday, April 24
Fire Safety for Rooms 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 206, 208
3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Harry Potter Club
Wednesday, April 25
CAC for grades 6 and 8 during lunch periods
Grade 2 to Jesus Day
Grade 7 to Hoban
MAP Testing for Grades K-8
3:15 – 4:30 p.m.
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Grade 4 Camp Meeting for Parents
Thursday, April 26
WE WILL FOLLOW SCHEDULE B TODAY DUE TO THE SPRING MUSICAL
Dress Down Day for One of a Kind Pets
Fourth Quarter Interims
MAP Testing for Grades K-8
Spring Musical for Students and Staff
Room 104 Rainforest Play
Friday, April 27
WE WILL FOLLOW SCHEDULE B TODAY DUE TO MASS
MAP Testing for Grades K-8
8:00 – 8:30 a.m.
Birthday Book Club for April, May, June, and July birthdays
8:00 – 8:20 a.m.
School Mass for Grades K-8
Third Quarter Angel Awards Presented
Please join us!
Room 106 Rainforest Play
Saturday, April 28
Sunday, April 29
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 20, 2018:
GS One of a Kind.pdf
Living Your Strengths.pdf
St. Hilary Canal Park Outing.pdf