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WEEKLY NEWS: Announcements for the Week of April 29
LITURGIES AND SERVICE:
Students in grades K-5 will attend Mass Fridays at 8:20am, and Benediction on Wednesdays at 1pm. All are welcome.me.
NEXT WEEK AT A GLANCE:
School Mass 8:20
Feast of St. Bernadette celebration- after Mass
Fifth grade leaves for Camp
Advisory Board Mtg. 6:30
School Mass 8:20
Fifth grade returns
First Communion 10 am Mass
Feast of St. Bernadette - The feast of St. Bernadette, usually celebrated on April 16, was transferred this year because of Holy Week and the Octave of Easter. We will celebrate on Monday, April 29, with all the St. Bernadette students at morning Mass. A reception with light refreshments hosted by our St. Bernadette Pro Life Group will follow in the Parish Hall. All are welcome!
Our fifth graders will attend their outdoor education trip to Camp Damascus- Catholic Youth Camp Wednesday, 5/1 through Friday, 5/3. Have a fun, faith-filled, and educational trip, 5th grade! And “bee” safe campers!
Our Spring Music Program will be on Thursday, May 9th and will feature the Kindergarten, 2nd and 3rd grade classes. There will be a 12:30 p.m. dress rehearsal performance and the evening performance at 7 p.m.
Attire for all three classes will be dressy bright colors!
• Girls may wear skirts/dresses, but will need to have leggings underneath as we will be sitting on the floor and risers. No tanks, sleeveless tops, shorts or flip flop type shoes that may slip off easily. Sparkle, glitter and bright colors look the best under our stage lights so feel free to add some bling!
• Boys will need to wear long pants and colorful shirts - ties are a great addition as well! Bright colors, plaids, stripes, etc with collars (polo/golf style shirts or button down shirts). Shoes need to fit securely for safety.
• Girls/Boys: no shorts, tank tops or sleeveless shirts or shirts with logos, advertising, or pictures please. Dressy casual Church clothing is perfect - a great opportunity to wear Easter outfits again!
• Students will need to bring in their program outfits by Monday, May 6th. If you have any questions, please give me a call or stop by the Music Classroom on Tuesdays or Thursdays - you may also catch me before/after Friday Mass. Thank you so much for your help!
- Mrs. Ailes
Every Day Is Earth Day Celebration 2019 at Smeck Park, Baltimore OH- Saturday, April 27, 2019; 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Family fun for all ages.
Activities planned for the day are: sing along with Joanie Calem Concert, take a hike, make your own trail mix, play outdoor games, make a seed necklace, learn about recycling and monarch butterflies, enjoy AHA Museum hands-on activity, and much more. For a complete agenda click here.
Due to the recent events across our country, we find ourselves operating at a “more alert” level or status. All of us at St. Bernadette School want to have the safest environment possible for our students, teachers, and parents.
It is not my intention to cause more stress than we need or to unnecessarily alarm you. The safety of St. Bernadette School has never been in question. This morning, we had a visit from a sheriff’s deputy. The Fairfield County Sherriff’s Department wanted to be present in our community schools. Being unsure of our start time, our visit happened a little later in the morning. The deputy toured our school and offered assurances and informational resources to keep us informed of best practices in being prepared for any type of emergency.
Also, we had an additional guest in our building. He is the godfather of one of our preschool students, and is also an officer in the Carroll Police Department. He accompanied our students to lunch and to the playground.
As always, we will strive to be as cautious as possible and to make our school the safest it can be - every day.
February 23, 2018