Tuesday, February 20, 2018
FEBRUARY 20 NEWS
PLEASE DO NOT CLICK REPLY TO RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL. CLICKING REPLY WILL GENERATE AN EMAIL TO THE ONE CALL NOW CUSTOMER SUPPORT CENTER. TO REPLY, PLEASE EMAIL THE INDIVIDUAL LISTED AS A CONTACT FOR THE ITEM YOU ARE INQUIRING ABOUT. IF NO CONTACT IS LISTED, PLEASE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org.
RSVPS DUE THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23!
Celebration 2018 Highlights ~ RSVP by February 23rd
- Gourmet all you can eat FOOD stations
- Antipasto and fruit
- Raw (shrimp, crab claws and legs; oysters)
- Slider station (pulled pork; crab cake; beef tenderloin)
- Mac and Cheese (chicken and smoked gouda; chorizo and manchego; brisket and cheddar)
- Specialty side dishes
- Assorted desserts
- OurST. HIGHROLLERfeatured cocktail (St. Germaine, champagne, soda, and lemon) and OPEN BAR
- LIVE MUSIC by the Boomers
- Endless fun
- Community Chest with a chance to win a 1CT. LOOSE DIAMOND
- Send your friends to JAIL where they can playROLL THOSE DICE
- Avoid jail with our GET OF JAIL FREEcards sponsored by KNR
- LIVE and SILENT auctions and RAFFLE with a chance to win free tuition for a year
- Volunteer Opportunities ~ Sign-up by February 23rd
The 2018 Celebration Co-Chairs, PA Board, and St. Hilary Teachers and Faculty THANK YOU for Your Support!
HARRY POTTER CLUB MEETING TODAY
The Harry Potter Club will meet TODAY 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. Meeting dates for the year will be: February 20, March 20, April 17, and May 15. Questions? Please contact Mrs. Woodman at email@example.com.
PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION BOARD NOMINATIONS SOUGHT BY THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23
The Parents’ Association Board is now seeking nominations for three St. Hilary Parents' Association Board positions for the 2018-2019 school year. The positions of President-Elect, Vice-President and Secretary will be vacant at the end of this school year.
The President-Elect serves a one-year term and will automatically become President of the Parents' Association Board for the 2019-2020 school year. The President-Elect assists the President with the President duties and prepares to take over as President for the following school year.
The Vice-President serves a two-year term. Duties include coordination of committees, room parents, teachers’ conference dinner, and Catholic Schools Week staff meal.
The Secretary serves a two-year term and keeps meeting minutes, handles correspondence, and coordinates recruitment of volunteers for committees.
Please email Jamie Malick at firstname.lastname@example.org with nominations or with questions regarding these positions by THIS FRIDAY, February 23.
SPEED STACKS MEETS THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23
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. Meeting dates are February 23, March 23, and April 27. Meetings will be held in Horning Hall from 8:00 to 8:20 a.m.
CELEBRATION RSVPS DUE THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23
Celebration is March 10, and you're invited! Invitations for this year's Monopoly-themed event have been sent home, and RSVPs are due THISFRIDAY, February 23. Be sure to check your child's backpack for your invitation!
MASS TO HONOR COACHES, COMMISSIONERS, SHAA VOLUNTEERS THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23
PLEASE RSVP BY THIS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21
THIS FRIDAY, February 23, we will honor our next group of “angels on earth”: the volunteers who support our youth sports programs. We invite all coaches, commissioners, and others who volunteer through the St. Hilary Athletic Association to please join us for Mass THIS FRIDAY, February 23. These individuals will be honored at the conclusion of Mass. If you WILL BE attending the Mass, please email email@example.com by 9 am THISWEDNESDAY, February 21 with the number in your party to help us plan for seating. Pews will be reserved at the front of the church.
CHESS CLUB MEETS NEXT MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26
Chess Club is open to grades K-8. Meetings for this session will be held on February 26, and March 12 and 19, from 3:05 – 4:05 p.m. in the Spanish Room. Questions? Contact Chess Scholars at 847-482-9999 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUTHORS TO VISIT SCHOOL NEXT TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27
St. Hilary School will welcome authors Michele Jakubowski and Jordan Sonnenblick NEXT TUESDAY, February 27. They will spend the day at the school, visiting with students and discussing their books and their work as authors. Ms. Jakubowski will visit with grades K-4, while Mr. Sonnenblick will visit with grades 5-8. Ms. Jakubowski’s books include the following series: Sidney & Sydney, Perfectly Poppy, The Sleuths of Somerville, and Ashley Small and Ashlee Tall, as well as the Choose Your Own Adventure Fractured Fairy Tale Rapunzel. Mr. Sonnenblick is the author of eleven books for children and young adults, including Drums, Girls, & Dangerous Pie and its sequel After Ever After, Notes FromThe Midnight Driver, Falling Over Sideways, and The Secret Sheriff Of 6th Grade.
CAC MEETS NEXT TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27
OPEN TO STUDENTS IN GRADES 6-8
CAC is open to all students in grades 6-8 regardless of participation in sports. The next meeting will be NEXT TUESDAY, February 27 from 3:05-3:45 pm in the Spiritual Center. PARENTS PLEASE PICK UP OUTSIDE THE SPIRITUAL CENTER. The group will meet every other Tuesday after school in the Spiritual Center. Meeting dates will be February 27, March 13 and 27, April 10 and 24, and May 8 and 22. The idea is to grow together in our understanding of the Bible and apply to everyday life “through the lens of sports”. Each week we will enjoy a fun activity and ease into a brief lesson that applies to life in sport and ultimately everyday life. We will arrange for guest speakers occasionally as well. Feel free to contact Kelly Kennedy at email@example.com with any questions or interest in assisting in our mission to strengthen our youth sports ministry.
ART CLUB MEETS NEXT WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28
Art Club will meet NEXT WEDNESDAY, February 28. 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. Additional meeting dates will be March 28, April 25 and May 16.
APRIL HOT LUNCH ORDERING BEGINS NEXT THURSDAY, MARCH 1
Hot Lunch ordering for April will begin NEXT THURSDAY, March 1. All orders must be placed and paid for online by March 10. For those who like to plan ahead, all lunch ordering periods will run from the first through the tenth of every month for the following month, with reminders in the mass emails. Automated ordering reminders emailed from the Hot Lunch system will be the only personal reminders sent.
Orders for lunches are placed on the school website, www.st-hilaryschool.org. To place an order, you must have an active account. (If you ordered hot lunches last year, you have an active account.) To create an account, simply click the MySchool button at the top right corner of the home page and follow the prompts for account setup. Please allow 72 hours for account activation.
Please contact Hot Lunch Coordinator Becky Vieltorf at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
OHIO CATHOLIC FEDERAL CREDIT UNION SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE THROUGH NEXT FRIDAY, MARCH 2
The Ohio Catholic Federal Credit Union (OCFCU) is offering $35,000 in scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year. Scholarships will be based primarily on financial need and awarded in $500 increments. Applicants must be a member of the OCFCU (or apply for membership athttp://www.ohiocatholicfcu.com or by calling 1-888-696-4462), currently attend a Catholic elementary or high school in Ohio, and willing to provide proof of income if chosen as a finalist. Families may apply only once during the application period. Online applications can be accessed athttp://www.ohiocatholicfcu.com until NEXT FRIDAY, March 2.
GRADE LEVEL TRANSITION MENTORS NEEDED BY NEXT FRIDAY, MARCH 2
Because moving from one grade level to the next carries with it a degree of uncertainty as well as excitement, we offer a grade level transition mentoring program to help bridge the gap as families transition from year to year. Through this program, a list of parent volunteers who agree to serve as resources to be contacted with general questions or concerns about a particular grade level is published in the spring and again in the fall. It is time now to update the Grade Level Transition Mentors list for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are willing to be available to field questions fellow parents might have about the grade level your child will soon finish – kindergarten through grade eight – please consider volunteering, as we can continue this program only with your help. Your commitment is as simple as adding your name to our list and being available to answer occasional questions over the summer or next school year. To volunteer, please email email@example.com by NEXT FRIDAY, March 2 with your name and grade levels you are willing to represent. Thank you!
CELEBRATION RAFFLE TICKET HELP NEEDED WEEKEND OF MARCH 3
Your help is needed to sell Celebration Raffle tickets for 30 minutes after all weekend masses the weekend of March 3. Please consider signing up for the mass you regularly attend. All raffle ticket proceeds benefit Celebration.
Please click on the link below to sign up or contact Catherine Leonakis at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
NO SCHOOL MARCH 5
There will be no school Monday, March 5 due to a teacher inservice day.
STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING MARCH 7
Student Council will meet March 7. Meetings are held in the library from 3:05 to 3:35 p.m. Additional meeting dates will be April 18 and May 9. A year-end celebration will be held on May 18 from 3:05 to 3:45 p.m. in the Pavilion. Officer meetings for the four officers will be held March 2, April 13, andMay 4, all at 8:00 a.m. in Room 118.
BIRTHDAY BOOK CLUB MARCH 9
Birthday Book Club will be held each month to allow students celebrating birthdays to choose a special book to read and donate to the school library. Students with birthdays in the particular month will receive an invitation with details about how to participate. Birthday Book Club will be held in the Library from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. on the following dates: March 9, April 20, and May 11 (May, June and July).
GIRL SCOUT MASS SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 11:00am
The annual Girl Scout Mass will be March 11 at 11:00 a.m. at St Hilary Church. The purpose of this special day is to reflect on the Girl Scout Promise-- "On my honor, I will try to serve God, my country, and all mankind."
Leaders: Girl scout leaders with scouts receiving religious awards (Family of God, I Live My Faith, Mary the First Disciple, or Spirit Alive) and medals of highest honor (Bronze, Silver, and Gold Awards) should contact Stephanie Reese at <email@example.com> in order to be recognized at mass. Please include your troop number, names of the girl(s) and what award they have earned.
Parents: If your scout is interested in holding a special part in the mass, we need gift bears, greeters, lectors, and petition readers. Older scouts are needed as flag bearers. Spots will be filled on a first come basis. Please respond to Christine Fricker at <firstname.lastname@example.org> with the name of your scout and age if they would like a special part.
ROSARY CLUB MEETS MARCH 12
The Rosary Club will meet TODAY from 3:00 – 3:45 p.m. in the library. 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 Rosary Club will also help to plan our two school rosary services for the school year. Meeting dates will be March 12, April 16, April 23 (practice for school rosary service), and May 21.
FIVE ADDITIONAL VOLUNTEERS NEEDED MORNING OF MARCH 13
Five additional volunteers are needed to supervise students during our meeting on the morning of March 13 from 7:45 to approximately 8:30 a.m. If you are able to help, please email email@example.com.
NO BEFORE-SCHOOL ACTIVITIES MARCH 13
Due to the faculty/staff meeting on March 13, 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.
SALMON FAMILY MEAL TRAIN UPDATE
DATES ADDED – MARCH 26 THROUGH MAY 18
Thank you so much to all who have volunteered to take a meal to the Salmon family as Andrea’s treatments continue. NEW DATES HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE MEAL TRAIN, FROM MARCH 26 THROUGH MAY 18. Please click here if you would like to sign up. 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 at 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.
SPRING BREAK MARCH 30 – APRIL 8
St. Hilary School will be closed for Spring Break March 30 through April 8. School will resume and the office will reopen on April 9.
ORDER SCHOOL UNIFORMS BEFORE 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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., with fireworks after the game! Tickets can be purchased at https://groupmatics.events/s/other/Sthilary3. For more information, please contact event coordinator Shannon Cacchione at Shannon.email@example.com or 216-299-6779.
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.
Please remember that during drop-off and pick-up times, we are a CELL PHONE – FREE CAMPUS. Please refrain from using your cell phone in your vehicle during this time. We have had several near-misses! Please remember that this policy is in place for the SAFETY of your CHILDREN!
DID YOU MISS NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION?
New student registration for students entering grades K-8 for 2018-2019 was held February 5-7. It’s not too late to enroll! If you have an incoming kindergartener, or a child at another school and are thinking of making a change, please contact Debbie Sinopoli at email@example.com for more information.
RE-REGISTRATION FOR RETURNING STUDENTS WAS DUE FEBRUARY 9
Thank you to all who have already gone online to Gradelink to re-register students for the 2018-2019 school year. As a reminder, information about re-registration and tuition assistance was emailed to all families on January 5. This information can also be found here on our school website. Re-registration was due February 9. If you have not yet re-registered your child for next year, please do so now. If you need assistance with Gradelink, please contact Mrs. Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please pay close attention to Step 4 in the re-registration instructions that were emailed January 5, regarding submitting the Re-Registration Fee Voucher and Re-Registration Fee in order to complete your registration process.
LOOK UP FOR LENT CHALLENGE
It’s common to give up candy and other treats for Lent, but how about trying something new? St. Hilary School is challenging all students to “Look Up For Lent”; that is, to look up from technology, television, and gaming for one hour each day, and to spend that time talking with friends and family, reading, exercising, or praying!
TRACK & FIELD COMMISSIONER AND COACHES NEEDED
The St. Hilary Track and Field program is looking for a commissioner and coaches. Registration for spring sports will open shortly.
Volunteers are vital to the success of the program!
As commissioner, you will be responsible for securing practice space for the team, ordering team shirts and entering meet results.
Coaches lead practices 1-2 times per week and attend meets which are typically scheduled on Sunday afternoons.
In the past, CYO has scheduled 5 meets, with practices starting in March and the season ending in early May.
If your child is participating in track and field please consider volunteering your time while cheering for them.
Questions? Contact Lauren Palumboemail@example.com or Barry Thoman- firstname.lastname@example.org
REVERE BUS NON-TRANSPORTATION DATES
We have been informed that Revere will not provide transportation for St. Hilary School students on any day that Revere is closed or has a delayed start. Scheduled days off for Revere the remainder of this school year include March 2, 26, 27, 29 and 29. In cases where there may be school closings or delays, please check local news stations to determine if Revere is closed or delayed. On those days, Revere bus riders will need alternate transportation arrangements.
Parents, when you visit the school, especially on Mass days or days we have other services in the church, please remember that we are not permitted to park in the Citizens Bank parking lot during business hours. In addition to regular bank business, the bank frequently holds training and other events for which it needs to accommodate a large number of cars in its parking lot. Your cooperation in parking only in the St. Hilary lot is greatly 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), 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.
SCHOOL MASSES / EVENTS TO HONOR “EARTH ANGELS”
Now that our school theme for 2017-2018, “Calling All Angels”, has been unveiled, we would like to let all of you know about something special we have planned to honor our “earth angels” - those who give of themselves to serve and make our lives better each day.
We began the school year with our opening ceremony, at which we honored our wonderful school maintenance staff. During the 2017-2018 school year, one school Mass or other special event each month will be designated to honor a certain group of “earth angels”. Please see the schedule below and plan to attend the Mass or event for the group of which you are a member. Please also invite your family and friends to join us for the Mass or event set aside for them. Groups will be honored with a special blessing. All Masses begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Church and last approximately 50-60 minutes.
February 23 – Mass honoring Bus Drivers and Coaches / Commissioners / Sports Volunteers
March 9 – Mass honoring Food Workers (Farmers, Grocers, Food Service / Cafeteria / Restaurant)
April 20 – Mass honoring Health Care and Social Services Professionals
May 11 – Mass honoring Teachers
We hope you can join us!
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
Book order forms for author visits
Tuesday, February 20
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Reconciliation for Grades 3-8
3:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Harry Potter Club
Mock Trial Meeting
Wednesday, February 21
Thursday, February 22
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Grade 2 First Communion Parent Meeting
Friday, February 23
WE WILL FOLLOW SCHEDULE B TODAY DUE TO MASS
Speed Stacks – grades K-5
School Mass for Grades K-8
SHAA Volunteers, Coaches, Commissioners Honored
Please join us!
Sunday, February 25
1:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Grade 8 Confirmation Retreat
Monday, February 26
Fire Safety for Rooms 101, 102, 106, 204, 205, 207, 209
3:05 – 4:05 p.m.
Tuesday, February 27
Author Visits – Welcome Michele Jakubowski and Jordan Sonnenblick!
Fire Safety for Rooms 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 206, 208
7:00 – 8:30 a.m.
Breakfast of Champions for Grades 7 & 8
Church & Gathering Area
3:05 – 3:45 p.m.
CAC / FCA Meeting
Mock Trial Meeting
Wednesday, February 28
9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Grade 2 First Communion Make-up Meeting
Spiritual Center Meeting Room 1
3:15 – 4:30 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, March 18, 2018:
Lenten Opportunities 2018.pdf
GiF-Lent Calendar 2018.pdf