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April 13, 2012

 

A MESSAGE FROM VCS PRESIDENT BOB WEBER

 

Dear Valley Catholic Families:

 

Bob WeberGreetings from Boston and the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) annual convention. For the past few days, I have spent time attending presentations on everything from school safety and mission development to financial stability for schools and how to keep kids safe online.  

 

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NEWS AT YOUR SCHOOL 

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Summer Camps Announced

From themed day camps to music camp to sports to academics, check out what VCS has to offer for your kids this summer.
VCMS Student Wins Beaverton Essay Contest
Seventh-grader Rebecca Finn was recently chosen from 50 contestants and will be awarded a laptop as the first prize winner of the 2012 Living Greener Summit Essay Contest sponsored by the City of Beaverton's Neighborhood Summit.
 
VCHS Junior Wins First Place in Journalism Competition
Yamini Naidu, a junior at Valley Catholic High School, was recently notified of her first place prize for the column she submitted to the Edward R. Murrow High School Journalism Awards Competition.
 

Also in Our Campus Community

Auction News
See Your Child's Artwork (& More) Online!
Our online catalog is ready to view! Click here to see class projects, live auction items, sign-up parties and more! See something you like but can't join us? Download the proxy bid sheet and return it to the auction office or email Sharla Tinsen by 5 p.m. today.
 
 
Still Time to Get Raffle Tickets
There is still time to purchase Raffle Tickets! Turn your raffle forms in to the auction or school offices by 3 p.m. today or buy them on Saturday at the Auction! Will you be the winner of one of our five great prizes? 
 
Thank you to all of the students who sold raffle tickets. The results of the ES and MS raffle competition are in! The 5th grade and 6th grade had the highest participation rate and are the lucky winners of an ice cream party (date TBD).  
 

 

Sign on the Green Line for More Green
This year you will find a highlighted "Green Line" on the bid sheets. What does that mean? At any point in the silent bidding process you can write your name and bid number on the row with the "Green Line." For every time your bid number appears on a green line, you will be entered into the "Green Line Drawing" for a chance to win $500 in auction credit. The winning name, drawn at the start of the Live Auction, gets to spend their $500 credit to shop in the Live Auction or Light a Fire Special Appeal! 
 
***Must be present at the Live Auction to win the "Green Line Drawing." Even if your name is on the green line, you may still be outbid.

 

New This Year: $10 Silent Bidder Numbers
Didn't buy an Auction ticket? You haven't missed "All That Jazz" yet. You can still join us at the Embassy Suites for the Silent Auction (from 5 p.m. to 6:45 p.m). Click here to purchase your $10 silent bidder number or purchase your bidder number at the registration table at the Auction.
 
Schedule for Auction Night
Are you curious to know the schedule for Auction Night? Click below to view the moment-to-moment schedule of the evening.