Saint Agnes School

1322 Sleepy Hollow Road, Fort Wright, KY 41011

Saint Agnes School
1322 Sleepy Hollow Road, Fort Wright, KY 41011

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May 23, 2018


Saint Agnes School
Family Newsletter
May 23, 2018

 
Mission Statement of Saint Agnes School
Saint Agnes School exists to provide excellence in Catholic education while inspiring and empowering our students to live the Gospel message of Jesus Christ.  As compassionate and faithful Christians, we continue to pursue our spiritual journey, achieve our highest academic potential, and be stewards of the Catholic faith to others.

FROM THE PRINCIPAL 

I would like to thank all of our many volunteers who made this past Friday successful. Wildcat Bash and our Talent Show made for another great day at Saint Agnes! We could not have done it without the great work of our faculty, students, and parents. It was a true collaborative event for our school community!
This Friday is the last school day for our 8th grade students. We will send them off as a school during our Mass on Friday morning and then have plenty of opportunities next week. Our entire community is welcome to attend the Graduation Mass in our church at 7 p.m. next Wednesday, May 30. Along those lines, our kindergarten class finishes their school year on Tuesday, May 29. We will celebrate them as they head off to 1st grade during their year-end ceremony in the church at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 30.  ~ Mr. Hoyt

SCHOOL NEWS

Congratulations Mrs. Hughes: Congratulations to 3rd grade teacher Mrs. Hughes and her husband, Kevin, on the birth of their second child, Isaac! Isaac was born on May 10 and weighed 9 lbs., 6 oz. Mrs. Hughes and baby are doing great and even stopped by school to visit on Tuesday!

Service Hours and Out-of-Uniform for Students Tuesday: Parents, do not forget to log your service hours on Sycamore by this Friday, May 25. All students whose families log their required 20 hours (10 hours per parent for single families) will be permitted to be out of uniform on Tuesday, May 29.

Spirit Wear Day Tomorrow: Tomorrow is a Saint Agnes spirit wear day. Students may wear Saint Agnes spirit wear with their uniform shorts or pants or gym shorts.

Out of Uniform for No 4th Quarter Uniform Violations: 8th grade students who received no uniform violations during the 4th quarter are permitted to be out of uniform tomorrow, May 24. All grades 1-7 students who received no 4th quarter violations may be out of uniform on Thursday, May 31. 8th grade students who did receive uniform violations during the 4th quarter may dress in spirit wear tomorrow, May 24. 

Last Day of School June 1: Our last day of school is next Friday, June 1. Please remember that day is an early 11 a.m. dismissal day.

Thank You for Your Support of Our Book Fair: On behalf of Kim Brooking, Linda Stoudt, and myself, we would like to thank our Saint Agnes families for all their support of our “PAWS FOR BOOKS” book fair last week! The book fair was a roaring success!  “President Bear” made a special appearance at the end of the fair to thank one and all for their participation. Here at Saint Agnes our goal is to make sure every student who attends the fair has a special experience. Once again, the students came through with all the enthusiasm necessary to make the fair just that.
Philanthropically, through our sucker pull (All for Books Campaign) we were able to give monetary donations to a needy elementary school library in the U.S. and a donation to “Save Our Shelter Dogs Rescue” right here in Park Hills through the Park Hills Animal Hospital. Thank you again for all your support! Bark! Bark! Bark!
~  Mrs. Bergs, Mrs. Brooking, and Mrs. Stoudt   
P.S:  Make sure to “sniff” out all your books that belong to our library, so they can be enjoyed again next year!

FACTS Tuition Accounts: A new option available to parents next school year is the ability to change the due date of a future scheduled payment to any business day within the same month. There is a limit of 11 payment changes per school year (average of one payment change per month) and the latest date change in May is the 23rd.  If you have any questions, please contact Tom Rasp, Parish Business Manager, at trasp@saintagnes.com.

CCH Academic Signing Recognition: These CCH seniors who graduates from Saint Agnes received scholarships that cover at least 50 percent of their college tuition. These are the students who participated in the academic signing day at CCH. Thanks for making Saint Agnes proud!
Mason Kinsella – Northern Kentucky University
William Schulte – Northern Kentucky University
Michael Collins – Xavier University

Artists of the Week: Congratulations to our artists of the week: Ana Alcantara, Alex Muck, Kora Hammersmith, Taylor Wachs, Isabella Nocero, James Napier and Wayne Ziegler.  Take a look at their artwork at the end of the newsletter. 

PTO NEWS

POPs Parties: School is wrapping up but the POPs Parties are not! Keep up with all POPs events on our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/stagnesPOPparties/. These are the next upcoming parties!!
 
School is out! School is OUT Swim Party!!!  
Calling K – 8th graders to come to Five Seasons for an end of the year dip in the pool!  Five Seasons is contributing pizza, drinks, and admission for an End of the Year Celebration.  Bring your bathing suits (NO shorts or street clothing), snack shop money, and a chaperone. Each child must have a go-to adult (18+) chaperone that will take responsibility. Games for all ages including money toss, best cannon ball and relays. Cafe Deck Service available, including full menu and adult beverages. Cash or Credit Card accepted.
Date: Friday, June 1, 2018
Time: 12:00 - 4:30 p.m.
Location: Five Seasons Sports Club
Donation: $15 per child, $25 per family. Kidmail to Meg Koehl c/o Charley Koehl 2L
RSVPhttp://evite.me/gdCx4W6NDf
Hosts: The Koehl and Randolph Families
 
Taco ‘Bout Fun- 4thAnnual Taco Party
Please join us for the 4th Annual Taco Party! Texas Joe's Food Truck will be there making made-to-order chicken, beef, and barbacoa tacos, and veggie quesadillas accompanied by a side salad. Beer, wine, and margaritas will also be served!
Date: Saturday, August 25, 2018
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: The Alcantara Residence
Donation: $40 per couple, $20 per individual. Kid mail to Meg Koehl c/o Charley Koehl 2L
RSVPhttp://evite.me/adm9KXMN7C
Hosts: Luis and Lori Alcantara

BOOSTERS NEWS

Boosters: The Saint Agnes Boosters are looking for volunteers to help lead our athletic programs. This is a great way to get involved, meet new people and have some fun.  Please take a moment to look at the list of available positions and contact Ryan Cruse at ryancruse@chasseligman.com if you are interested: 
Boys Basketball Director
Girls Basketball Director
K-2 Basketball Director
Girls Volleyball Director
Treasurer
Secretary
President
 
Golf Team: After last year’s successful season, we are starting to look forward to next year’s team. This is open to students in grades 6-8. Click here for details.

Fall Soccer: Registration will open on June 11 for Saint Agnes soccer. The season will begin in late August. Please remember to visit https://ky-stagnes.sportsaffinity.com/ starting June 11 for details and to register. Ages 4–14 are welcome. For questions or to volunteer to coach, email Tim McHugh at timemchugh@gmail.com.

Golf Outing: The Saint Agnes Boosters Golf Outing is scheduled for August 18 at Devou Park Golf Course again this year. This is the largest fund raiser of the year for Saint Agnes Athletics and the Christian values we work to instill. The event is nine holes. Sign-up as couples, groups, or individuals followed by a dinner at the new Devou Clubhouse. To join the email list and receive registration information in the coming weeks, send an email with your name and email to saintagnesgolfouting@gmail.com.

Smiles and Miles: The Smiles and Miles 5k Run and Walk in honor of Maria Schaffstein is September 16, 2018. Also, join us again for the Katie Stewart Memorial Frog Hop for children 6 years and under.  For the 5K run or walk, please register at www.RunningTime.net and click on "schedule."  If you would like to register by mail, a flyer/registration form will be issued via this newsletter at a later date. We encourage everyone to register online. Family rates still apply for four or more participants.  

COMMUNITY NEWS

Summer Safety Tips: Click here for some tips from the Northern Kentucky Health Department.

Co-Ed Junior High Summer Art Class: Each summer Mr. Eckerle (NDA's Art teacher) and Mrs. Eckerle offer a fun art class for students who will attend grades 6-9 next school year. Classes are taught at NDA but are open to any student - boy or girl - from any area school. This year's project is a favorite!  Please click the link below for more info and the registration form:  https://sites.google.com/site/ndajrhighsummerart/ 
 
Incoming NDA Freshmen Girls:  Mr. Eckerle offers a high school summer class for girls who can't fit Art in their class schedule or just want to become familiar with the school and start meeting new friends early! One week is dedicated to each of the following: drawing, painting, sculpture, and mixed media. Students can sign up for just one week of their choice, or they can take all four weeks, which fulfills a 1/2 Fine Art credit for NDA. See the following link for more info: https://www.ndapandas.org/admissions/summer-enrichment-programs.aspx

SCHOOL CALENDAR
May
24                    Spirit Wear Day
24                    4th Grade Field Trip to Riverfront
25                    Last Day for 8th Grade Students
28                    NO SCHOOL - MEMORIAL DAY
29                    Last Day for Kindergarten Students
30                    Kindergarten End-of-Year Ceremony (10 a.m., Saint Agnes Church)
30                    8th Grade Graduation (7 p.m., Saint Agnes Church)
31                    7th Grade Field Trip to Zoo
June
1                      LAST DAY OF SCHOOL (Dismissal, 11 a.m.)

ARTWORK FROM OUR ARTISTS OF THE WEEK: 

      

 

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