St. Christopher's School
March 12, 2008  Volume 1, No. 2 
St. Christopher's School e-News
In This Issue
Weekly Reminders
Ogympics
Easter Egg Hunt
St. Christopher Alumni
Christ Bear-ers
Important Information
School Resources 
Greetings!

I hope you enjoyed last week's first edition of our e-newsletter.  If you know anyone who did not receive it and would like to, please tell them to e-mail me through the website and they will be placed on our mailing list. This week is another busy week at school after a very active weekend.  Ogympics was a night of fun and sportsmanship that everyone enjoyed.

 

This week we are remembering to reach out to those less fortunate than us.  K-3 will participate in the Hop-a-thon on Friday at 1:5pm.  Parents are invited.  The older grades are collecting food for the Food Pantry.  Donations should be brought to school by Wednesday.

 

Have a good week.

 

Mrs. Lederer
Weekly Reminders 
March 11, 2008
 
Weekly RemindersThis weeks highlights:
  • Candy Sale - All Money Due NOW
  • Bowling: Wednesday, March 12th
  • Plant Sale: Orders due Friday, March 14th
  • 5th Grade Mass March 16th @ 9:30 AM
  • 3rd Grade Mass March 30th @ 9:30 AM
  • Chinese Auction - Click Here For Your Tickets 
  • Home & School Meeting Wednesday, April 2nd @ 7:30 PM 
  • Summer Uniform Measurement Monday, March 17th 
  • Green No Uniform Day Monday March 17th
  • Stations of the Cross March 18th @ 7:30 PM   
  • Wednesday, March 19th - NOON DISMISSAL DAY
  • And much more...
Click Here for Details
Ogympics 
March 7, 2008
 
Ogympics

Ogympics was a wonderful night of fun. The 7th and 8th Grade boys participated in a variety of sports events under the direction of Mr. Danisi.

Congratulations to the Blue Team. Thank you to our great Captains-- Mike and Thomas Callaghan and Martin Dara and Cody Bonora-- and their mothers for making this event a success.
 
Easter Egg Hunt 
K thru 3

Easter Egg Hunt 2008

The Easter Egg Hunt had to held indoors this year because of inclement weather. That however did not dampen the spirit of all the children who attended the event.

Everyone was thrilled by a special visit from the Easter Bunny. Thank you to Mr. and Mrs. Rodriquez for organizing the event.
Thank you also to Leslie Fulton for all her hard work.

Click Here for Pictures of the Easter Egg Hunt.

St. Christopher Alumni 
We want to hear from you!
 
St. Chris Alumni LogoWe love to hear from our Alumni.  Please send us your stories so we can share them with students and families currently attending St. Christopher School.  There's nothing like hearing about your great successes and how your lives are evolving.
 
Let us know how your experiences at St. Christopher School helped prepare you for later life and help current students understand the value of St. Chris!
 
Click Here to tell us your stories and send us pictures!
St. Christopher's Christ Bear-ers 
On Sale Now
 
Bear-erSt. Christopher's Bears are on sale now. A great way to celebrate
Catholic Schools is by supporting your school with the purchase of a plush, cuddly St. Christopher's Bear.
 
We all know that "Christopher" means "Christ Bearer" and refers to the story of St. Christopher safely carrying the Child Christ across a raging river. We, as Christophers, are Christ Bearers.
 
These bears are available now for $5 each. Click on the link below to download an order form that you can complete and return to your child's teacher in a sealed envelope marked "St. Christopher's Bears."
 
Click Here to order yours today!

St. ChristopherSt. Christopher's Parochial School was founded in 1925 under the aegis of the Sisters of St. Joseph. Today, under the direction of a dedicated, professional Religious and lay faculty, St. Christopher's continues its tradition of excellence.

Recognizing each student as unique, we strive to develop the whole person through a spiritual, academic, physical and aesthetic education. We employ creative, innovative and practical methods in our teaching. It is our belief that we must prepare our students to be critical-thinkers, responsible, loving, service-oriented citizens in preparation for the years to come and eternity. Thus we strive to fulfill Jesus' command, "to love our neighbor as ourselves".