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School Events
Wednesday, Sept. 30
Mass Uniform with crazy socks
Thursday, October 1
Sports Team Day
 Friday, October 2 
Race For Education t-shirt and jeans
Saturday, October 3  
Race For Education
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Tuesday, October 6
Focus 11 for 6th Grade

Catholic High School Visit for 8th Grade

PTSA Meeting 6:30PM

Wednesday, October 7

8th Grade
Graduation Pictures

Saturday, October 10  Safe Environment Training
10AM Campbell Hall

Tuesday, October 13

Mandatory First Communion Meeting for Parents

Wednesday, Oct. 14 -
Friday, Oct. 17
Middle School Retreat 
Dear Families,
I hope the closing days of September are treating you and yours well!  I am sharing items with you this week that represent the rich and full school environment we enjoy.
  • As you know, Friday, September 25, 2015 we were not in session.  The preschool teachers spent the day engaged in staff development at school.  Friday was a day off for the K-8 staff; on Saturday, the teachers and I attended the University of Denver Morgridge College of Education Share Fair Nation.  This was a free, educator professional development day focused on innovation to hands-on, mind-on education methods.  Each of us selected a concurrent workshops of highly interactive STEM inspired projects.  At the end of the day, Mrs. Morgridge raffled off prizes for attendees. Ms. Emily Hooper (middle school math) won an autobiography of artist Erik Wahl, Ms. Mary Ocampo won a STEM program kit she is donating to Ms. Katy Glennon (middle school science).  We thoroughly enjoyed the day!
  • Oktoberblest was great fun for our parish/school community!  My husband, son, and son's two children also attended with me.  I was very impressed with the leadership shown by our middle school students.  These darling children volunteered and facilitated the games.  Kudos to Katy Glennon for orchastrating the games and middle schoolers!  Thank you to the Oktoberblest committee for putting the event together.  I think I can safely say that the children thought of Oktoberblest as "Oktoberblast" was had by all!!!
  • We are in the midst of Spirit Week!  We kicked the week off at last Thursday's Spirit Week Pep Assembly and we will conclude the week at this Saturday's Race for Education (be sure to send in your pledge).  All in all, it has been quite a bit of fun to observe our children in their creative dress this week!  Be sure to check Facebook for fun pictures that describe the day's theme!
  • Beginning this year, we are members of the National Association of Student Councils (NASC).  We are excited to be a part of this nationally recognized organization.  There are more than 9,000 member schools nationwide.  NASC gives student councils the tools and resources they need to implement powerful student councils.  The four areas that student council will focus on are Leadership, Service, Student Voice, and Engagement.  Our student council will be comprised of 3rd - 8th grade representatives - two representatives for 3rd - 5th grade and one from 6th - 8th (officers will be elected from the middle school).   As part of Spirit Week, students will campaign and voting will take place on Friday.  Winners will be announced next Monday, October 5 and the first student council meeting will be at 3:00PM on Monday, October 12.  GOOD LUCK to all of our candidates!!!

    God bless all of you and your darling children!
Thank you, Lord Jesus Christ,
For all the benefits and blessings which you have given me,            
For all the pains and insults which you have borne for me.        
Merciful Friend, Brother and Redeemer,
May I know you more clearly,
Love you more dearly, and follow you more nearly,
Day by day. Amen.
St. Richard of Chichester
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Parish Events
Mass Times: 
Weekdays: 8:00AM  
Anticipatory Mass:  
& 10:00AM 
8:00AM until finished
and again from
3:00 - 4:00PM



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