Hello 1A families,
I was so happy to see how hard everybody worked on their Religion Journals on Wednesday! Each student not only spoke loudly and used complete sentences when presenting their journal to the class, but were also very attentive when their classmates were going. It really expressed how hard they worked and how much they care for one another!
Below is our schedule for the coming week.
Monday-Third Trimester begins; Lenten Mass; Library Class; Young Rembrandts (3:30pm)
Tuesday-Gym Class; Technology Class; Minecraft Club (3:30pm)
Thursday-St. Patrick's Day Dress Down; Spanish Class
Friday-"Code Blue" Dress Down Day ($1); Report Cards Issued; Music Class
*On Thursday, your child can dress down in green clothes for St. Patrick's Day. The class that wears the most green gets a prize! On Friday, the class can also dress down for the Girl Scouts "Code Blue" project for $1.00.
*There will be no Stations of the Cross this Friday due to the Passion Play.
*The Second Trimester ended on Friday, March 11th. Reports Cards will be given out Friday, March 18th.
*The Passion Play will be taking place on Friday, March 18th, starting at 7:30 in the auditorium. A paper was sent home to fill out, or you can buy tickets via the e-mail sent out earlier today.
*On Monday, March 21st, each student can dress down in their favorite college team shirt or in red/white clothes. A Faculty versus Eighth Grade basketball game will be occurring at 1:30. Feel free to check it out.
*On Tuesday, March 22nd, each student can dress down (free of charge) in celebration of he school reaching their goal of 3,000 box tops. Good job everybody!
*On Wednesday, March 23rd, there will be a 12:00 dismissal to start the Easter Holiday. In addition, you can go to Vince's Pizza throughout the day (with the coupon) to support St. Ignatius. 20% of your total sales will be going to the school. The first day back to school will be Wednesday, March 30th.
*As we continue the Lenten season, our class has received our Catholic Relief Service Rice Bowl for Operation Rice Bowl. Each class has received their bowl with the hope that they can raise a $20 donation. However, the class who makes the most money will be getting a Dress Down Day! For more information about Operation Rice Bowl, please check out crsricebowl.org
*We have been having some conflicts with many of the students using the restroom in the middle of lessons. While I never want to stop a student for using the bathroom, I would appreciate if you could remind your child to try to the bathroom during our regular times/stopping times/not during teaching time. I'm hoping that it is coming to everybody having the "wiggles" due to the changing temperature this week, but I just wanted to make everybody aware. I have also been allowing students to drink their water bottles during our regular stopping times, so feel free to bring one in for your child if you have not done so already.
Thank You and God Bless You,