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WEEKLY NEWS: Announcements for the Week of November 5
Students in grades K-5 will attend morning Mass together on Fridays at 8:20AM; and will attend Benediction at 1pm on Wednesdays. All are welcome!
Sandwich Saturday continues Thursday, Nov. 8, as our 4th graders make sandwiches for Foundation Dinners.
Daylight Savings Times Ends Sunday, Nov. 4. Remember to turn-back your clocks on Saturday evening, and enjoy the extra hour of sleep.
NEXT WEEK AT A GLANCE:
4th grade Sandwich Sat.
6:30pm School Advisory Brd. Mtg.
7pm H&S Mtg
School Mass 8:20am
Veterans Day Assembly at 9:30
Final day for Veterans collection
Red, white and blue day (see details below)
Our Veterans Day collection of snacks, toiletries and entertainment items continues in our front entry through Nov. 9th. Please help us provide care packages for our deployed alumni.
Please send in photos of Veterans from your family for our Wall of Honor. We welcome copies of your pictures through Nov. 6th
Invite Veterans to our Patriotic Assembly on Friday, Nov. 9 at 9:30am. Please have guests RSVP to the school office.
On Friday November 9, students are invited to wear red, white and blue, or patriotic tops with blue jeans or blue uniform pants. Girls may also wear patriotic dresses. Please remember that all attire MUST be church appropriate, as we will going to morning Mass AND we will have lots of important visitors in our building that day.
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