Here we are back from break. That means that boys bible study gets going this coming Tuesday, January 8. We’ll be praying through some fascinating yet unlikely Old Testament passages. With the exception of Easter Break pushing a meeting to the 5th Tuesday, we meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays until 4:15pm.
Below is the schedule. New middle school boys are able to join at this time. If your son has a friend interested, please have the parents contact James Reding ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Lacrosse season will be here soon! Practices will start the third week in January. Registration for Knights Lacrosse is open for two more weeks! The deadline to register is January 4th. Check out our website and the attached flyer for more information! (FiveFlagsLacrosse.com)
We look forward to seeing everyone out on the fields!
In case you missed it, Renewal families can now apply through Step Up For Students for a Florida Tax Credit (income-based) Scholarship for the 2019-20 school year. Please encourage your families to apply as soon as possible, as applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis in the order all documents are received. Funding is limited.This year renewal families will have processing priority until Jan. 31, 2019.Renewal families who apply on or after Feb. 1, 2019, will lose their priority status over new applications.
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Parents can upload documents immediately to their online application. They can also submit required documents via fax.
Schools MAY NOT ask for, or require, a parent to provide their username or password in order to access the student’s scholarship account.
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This message does not apply to the Gardiner Scholarship Program for children with certain special needs.
As we approach and immerse our hearts and thoughts into this Advent Season, we are reminded of the any blessing we have been given. The Student Council’s Advent project has identified 18 children from our neighbor parish, Saint Anthony’s, that need our assistance. It is our goal this Advent Season to collect money so we can provide presents for these 18 children.
We are asking for monetary donations which we will be collecting within the next two weeks. Once the money is collected, student council members, teachers and class representatives will shop for the presents requested. Presents requested are very moderate; clothing and an occasional bicycle. Once the presents are bought, student council and representatives will wrap and present under the Angel Tree at church.
We thank you, in advance, for your participation in this project.
As for the Christmas programs. Those students in grades 4th -8th that are involved in choir have been asked to participate in Lessons and Carols with the Cathedral , Tuesday, December 4th at 7 p.m. This is a very special opportunity for the students to not only sing as a unit themselves, but to be involved in the larger choir community. This is quite an honor for these students to be invited to this event. I realize the time may be later than usual, but this is a life experience that I am sure these students will remember forever.
On Wednesday, December, 4th, the students in Pre-K through 3rd grade will have their own performance of Christmas melodies at 6 p.m. in the gym. This performance will last around 30 minutes. Students are asked to dress in Christmas attire. Mrs. Johansen will be directing the Pre-K-3rd program.