Saint Agnes School
May 24, 2017
Mission Statement of Saint Agnes School
Saint Agnes Elementary School strives for excellence in providing a Catholic education that inspires and empowers our students to live the Gospel Message of Jesus Christ as compassionate and faithful Christians, who continue to pursue their spiritual journey, their highest academic potential, and stewardship to others.
FROM THE PRINCIPAL
Tomorrow is the last day of school for our 8th grade students. It has been a treat to see this group grow in their time at Saint Agnes. They have also been around Saint Agnes at a historic time for our school. They were around for air condition in the school for the first time. They were the first two-year users of our 1:1 Google Chromebooks. And they were the first class to use the new gaga pit! They have won state championships, regional championships, district championships, and served as spiritual leaders in our school. We will miss them being at Saint Agnes School on a daily basis but they know they will always be welcome back and we hope to see them continue in the ministries of our parish, as well.
I would also like to extend my gratitude and congratulations to second grade teacher Mrs. Maureen Woebkenberg and junior high Religion teacher Paula Jansing on their retirements from their teaching career. We are fortunate to have Mrs. Jansing continue working in the school office next year. We wish Mrs. Woebkenberg nothing but the best! ~ Mr. Hoyt
Congratulations Brooke Donaldson: Congratulations to 5th-grade student Brooke Donaldson on her first place finish in the Park Hills Memorial Day Essay Contest. Brooke will participate in the Park Hills Memorial Day Parade for her accomplishment. Great job Brooke!
Cub Scouts Sign-ups Tonight: Pack 773 Cub Scouts sign-ups are tonight in the school cafeteria from 6-7 p.m. For more information, contact Michael Patterson at (513) 680-2238 or email@example.com.
Spirit Wear Day Tomorrow: Tomorrow is a Saint Agnes spirit wear day. Students may wear a Saint Agnes spirit wear top with their uniform bottoms or gym shorts/sweatpants.
Early Dismissal Next Wednesday: Please remember that school will dismiss at 11 a.m. on the last day of school, May 31.
Final School Mass: The final school Mass of the school year will take place next Wednesday, May 31, at 8 a.m. Please note the change from the regular time. We will have our end-of-year awards assembly for grades 1-7 after Mass.
Graduation Mass: We look forward to celebrating our 8th grade graduation Mass on Tuesday, May 30, at 7 p.m. in Saint Agnes Church.
Medication: If your child has medications, epi-pens and/or medical supplies in the school office, please stop by the office to pick them up when school ends. We will not be sending any medicines or medical supplies home with students. We will dispose of anything that has not been claimed by June 28. Thank you.
Cafeteria News: Please read the attached letter here from Mrs. Daugherty, our cafeteria manager.
Artists of the Week: Congratulations to these fine artists: AnnaMae Martin, Josh Bertram, Ana Reser, Riley Herald, Lauren Heupel, Grace Heberling and Angelia Lane! Be sure to check out their artwork pictured at the end of the newsletter.
Big Blue Bash Parties: Looking for information or sign-ups for some of the Big Blue Bash parties? Click here to get the details.
PTO Executive Committee Opening: The PTO is seeking a person to fill the position of Vice President for the 2017-18 school year. If interested, please reach out to Stephanie Fieler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coffee/Doughnut Volunteers Needed: PTO is hosting coffee/doughnuts following masses on Sunday, June 4. If you are able to help that day please contact Mike Bramlage at email@example.com.
Fall Soccer Registration: Registration for the Saint Agnes Fall Soccer season is now open through July 1 for ages 4 - 14. The season begins August 16. Register now before summer fun distracts you. For more information and to register, go to: ky-stagnes.sportsaffinity.com. For questions, contact Tim McHugh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saint Agnes Golf Outing: The 2017 Saint Agnes Boosters Golf Outing is Saturday, August 19, at Devou Park with dinner at the new clubhouse. This is the largest fundraiser of the year for Saint Agnes Athletics. Your participation makes athletic programs and the values they instill possible at Saint Agnes. Please save the date and review the Golf Outing Flyer for details and the registration form to register. Hole sponsors are also needed. Click here to see the golf outing flyer, here for the registration form, and here for the hole sponsorship information.
Notre Dame Tennis Camp: A tennis camp has just been added to Notre Dame Academy's schedule of summer opportunities! The camp is June 5-8 from 5-7 p.m. for any girl entering grades 4-9. The cost is $100 per student and includes a t-Shirt ($5.00 price increase if you pay the day of the camp). The signup deadline is Friday, June 2, by 12:00 noon. You can sign up at www.ndapandas.org. For more information contact Lyndsey at email@example.com.
Cross the Bridge for Life: On June 4, the Diocese of Covington and the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, in conjunction with the Greater Cincinnati Life Coalition, invite families to the annual Cross the Bridge for Life. The event takes place at the festival grounds on the river next to the Purple People Bridge and behind Newport on the Levee. Festivities begin at 1 p.m. and the walk begins at 2 p.m. For more information on the event and activities, check out the website: www.crossthebridgeforlife.org.
Art Classes: Mr. Eckerle (NDA's Art teacher) will be teaching a summer CO-ED Digital Photography class that offers two sessions the last two weeks of July. The classes take place at NDA, and are open to any 6th-8th grade student from any school. Students will learn a basic introduction to Photoshop and digital editing, while looking at several artists' works, including Andy Warhol, Shephard Fairey, and more. This link shows examples and contains registration information: https://sites.google.com/site/ndajuniorhighsummerstudioart/
Incoming NDA Freshmen may also take a summer Art class that will earn them a half credit toward their Fine Arts requirement before even starting the school year. It will also allow them to meet other fellow Pandas! This class is helpful for students whose schedules don't allow them to take Art their Freshman year. This link contains info: http://www.ndapandas.org/admissions/summer-enrichment-programs.aspx.
25 Last Day for 8th Grade Students
Spirit Wear Day
26 7th Grade Field Trip to Zoo
Last Day for Kindergarten Students
29 NO SCHOOL – Memorial Day
30 10 a.m. Kindergarten Ceremony
30 7 p.m. 8th Grade Graduation
31 8 a.m. School Mass / End-of-Year Awards Ceremony
31 EARLY DISMISSAL – 11 a.m., Last Day of School
End of 4th Quarter
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