Friday Newsletter 3-27-15
REGISTRATION PACKETS: Today you are receiving the registration packets for the 2015-16 school year. The forms are due back to school by Monday, April 13, 2015. The remainder of the information is to be kept for your reference – as you will need the supply list, calendar, physical form, etc. with you.
LUNCH BILLING: We will do the final lunch billing on April 15th. If you receive a notice on April 17th, that will be the final amount due. If you do not receive a billing, it means your child’s lunch account is paid in full.
EGGS NEEDED! Please send in one dozen candy-filled eggs for each of your students, to be used for our annual Easter egg hunt – which we have moved to Tuesday, April 7th (a snow make-up day). Students in grades PK – 6th will be hunting eggs, with the 7th & 8th graders hiding them. Please no candy that would melt easily – as it could be a sunny day. Also, you may remember to throw in a couple extra treats for the 7th & 8th graders, who will be working hard to hide ALL those eggs. You can send them in at any time to the classroom teacher, in a bag, marked with your child’s name. Thank you!
8th grade parents: We are in needed of a parent driver for 8th grade pictures on April 15th. Please contact office if you are able to help out.
BEST CHOICE UPC’S NEEDED: We are just a couple hundred UPC’s short of our goal of 1000. For every 1000 submitted, OLOSS receives $30. Please send any in that you may have accumulated. Thanks to all who support this program!
The PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN informational meetings are scheduled for this Tuesday, March 31st from 6:30 to 7:00 pm., in the respective classrooms. If you have a new preschooler or kindergartener make plans now to attend this short but informative meeting. Kindergarten parents will be able to schedule their pre-kindergarten screening test with Mrs. Eickhoff that evening as well.
SHOEMAN WATER PROJECTS: For the last few years OLOSS has been participating in this project, whereby old or unwanted shoes are turned into the school and funds are generated to drill wells in
Just tie or rubber band them together, throw in a bag, and send to school. Mrs.
Massman will be delivering them to on Friday,
April 10. Please see enclosed flyer for more information. Jefferson
CAMDEN KEMPKER is all smiles this week, as he reports that he has a new baby brother! We welcome precious little Will Garrett, born on Monday, weighing in at 7 lb. 5 oz, and measuring 20 inches in length. We congratulate
, little brother,
Eli, and proud parents Ashley & Samuel. Please pray for this family as they
welcome their new baby boy! Camden
BEEF STICKS: We still have beef sticks left. We will not be selling them again next year. If you would like some, send a note saying how many. You can pay with cash or check to OLOS. They are $1 each. Thank you for your support!
GARDENING COMMITTEE: We are asking for volunteers for the summer gardening committee. If we get enough help, families are usually assigned to two weeks during the summer to keep the watering done & to pull weeds. Please send a note to the office with your offer to help.
CARTRIDGES: We received $52 for our recent cartridge submission. Thanks to all who send their used cartridges in!
TRASH BAGS: We have 12 rolls of white trash bags (15 gallon) and 5 rolls of blue (55 gallon) bags for sale that are left over from last years fundraiser. They are $12.00 a roll. Make checks payable to Our Lady of the Snows Parish.
8th GRADE GRADUATION DRESS CODE: Boys – dress pants, collared shirt, dress shoes, tie is optional; Girls – dresses, no more than 2 inches above the knee, no spaghetti straps showing (may wear shawl to cover). Students will be wearing cap/gown for graduation and awards ceremony.
FRESHMAN ORIENTATION: Freshman Orientation at Cole
R-5 High School is scheduled for Wednesday, April 22nd, at 6:00 pm in the PAC (Performing Arts Center) and the High School gym. All incoming Freshmen and their parents need to attend this meeting.
8TH GRADE SLIDE SHOW: Each 8th grade student needs to send in eight pictures, numbered 1-8, showcasing themselves from infant to present day. The deadline for these pictures is April 13th. The 8th graders will be taking pictures at the Capitol on April 15th. 8th graders should also be thinking of five songs to use during the slide show. Songs must be submitted to Mrs. Werdehausen for approval.
GOLF TOURNAMENT: Please keep trying to get some new sponsors and/or teams into the tournament. This is a major fundraiser for our school & parish, so please support it as you are able. The tournament is scheduled for Saturday, May 16, 2015. If you need additional flyers, please contact the office.
HOLE SPONSORSHIP: Just a reminder to all that if someone sponsors a hole in the golf tournament, the full amount is tax deductible.
WHO COULD PASS UP a good homemade cinnamon roll? The NCYC youth group is raising money for their trip this year to
, by making and selling
delicious cinnamon rolls on Sunday, March 29th, in the cafeteria.
Please support this very important trip for the youth of our parish. . Indianapolis,
SNOW MAKE-UP DAYS; SCHOOL WILL BE IN SESSION ON HOLY THURSDAY, APRIL 2 – BUT WE WILL BE DISMISSING AT 12:00 NOON. AND WE WILL BE IN SESSION A FULL DAY ON TUESDAY, APRIL 7TH.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS: Students are attending Stations each Friday at 2:15. If you or grandparents are attending stations, and you would like to take your child after the service, please send a note to school. This will enable the student to bring his/her backpack with them to church.
SEEKING TEACHING PRINCIPAL: Our Lady of the
, located in Mary's
Home, MO, is seeking a teaching principal for the 2015-2016 school
year. Current PK-8 enrollment is 85 students. Applicants must be
willing to work closely with the pastor. The qualified candidate
must be a practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church, have
at least 3 years teaching experience, and a Master's Degree in
Education with a Principal's certificate or working towards
it. Applicants should file an application with the Diocese of
Jefferson City at www.diojeffcity.org
and send a letter of interest to Fr. Pat Shortt at firstname.lastname@example.org. Snows Catholic