Box Top Results
Our first Box Top Collection was a big success! The school will receive a check for $434.10 for box tops turned in by students during this first Box Top Drive. The top classes, Grade 3, turned in 544 box tops and Grade 4 turned in 277 box tops both will receive an out of uniform day!
Magazine Drive Results
Thank you for your support of this year’s magazine sale. The support we get from such a large number of families is what makes the sale a success every year. The fidget spinner contest for students that sold 5 or more items or siblings that sold 8 or more items will be November 7th at 2:15 p.m. The limo ride for students that sold 15 or more items or siblings that sold 20 or more items will be December 5th. This sale helps Parents Club fund the many enrichment activities for the students at our school. A big thank you goes out to Renee’ Brown for chairing the Magazine Drive.
Halloween was a howling success! The students did a wonderful job with the variety and quality of their attire at the annual Costume Parade. Our judges had a tough time choosing the winners. Our Hot Lunch Lady, Debbie Ober, decorated the gym as a pumpkin patch/movie theater with “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” being played throughout the lunch periods. The parents provided fun and food for the classroom parties. A great time was had by all.
St. Louis gym was transformed into a drive-in movie minus the cars! “Hotel Transylvania” was provided for viewing to students and families on Sunday, October 29 by the Parents’ Club. All the attendees enjoyed popcorn, hot dogs and pizza while following the adventures of the guests of the spooky hotel.
Scholastic Book Fair
The Parents’ Club has provided the opportunity for parents to encourage the love of reading in their children. The book fair will begin during the hours of the Spaghetti dinner and continue throughout the week the last day being Friday, November11. Books make an excellent gift for birthdays and Christmas.
Parents’ Club will be hosting the annual Spaghetti Dinner on November 4 from 4:00-8:30 p.m. Diners can browse the crafts and wares from vendors in the cafeteria and check out the Scholastic Book Fair for Christmas gifts. This is a delicious way to socialize and bring in the holiday season.
Parents will have the opportunity to discuss their children’s progress with the teachers during Parent/Teacher Conferences. Conferences will be held from 3:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 9 and Thursday, November 16.
Thanksgiving will begin with an All School Mass at 8:50 a.m. on November 21, the final day of school before Thanksgiving Break. Students will enjoy school free days on November 23 through the 26. School resumes on Monday, November 27, 2017.
The Faculty and Staff of St. Louis School hope you will all enjoy time with family and friends around the Thanksgiving table. We are grateful for all the blessings God has bestowed on us especially the parents and students of our school.