Thursday, February 22, 2018

Friday Newsletter 2-23-18

Tues – Stations of the Cross – 2:15 pm
Wed – School Spirit Dress Down Day
Thur – All School Mass (7/8 Ministry)
Fri -   Dress Down Day

ENROLLMENT FORMS FOR THE 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR were sent home last week. If you haven’t returned yours, another copy is in this folder. Please fill these out and return as soon as possible, as we place orders and make staffing decisions based on your response. If you know of any families who may have an interest in sending their child to OLOS School, please encourage them to contact the school office, or give us their contact information so that we may reach out to them. Families of all preschool and kindergarten age children listed in the parish baptismal records should receive information on enrollment this week. PK and K parents - mark your calendar for Tuesday, March 13th, when we will have the Preschool and Kindergarten Informational meetings, from 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm. This is a time to meet the teachers, orient your child to the classroom, and schedule Kindergarten testing. These meetings will take place in the respective classrooms. If you need more information, please don’t hesitate to call.

CSW STUDENT DAY will be rescheduled. We are waiting to see if we can get someone to oversee the bowling alley so that all students may bowl. We are also still planning on getting the 5th & 6th graders out in the community to deliver treats. More information will be forthcoming as it becomes available.

GUN RAFFLE: There are still tickets available, and will be available until all are sold. Of course, the sooner the ticket is purchased, the more chances you have to win. There are still 10 chances to win (2 per month). Next drawing will be March 15th, at the School Board meeting. Tickets are available through Mr. V at the school office, Greg Koetting, or Jay Harms. Thank you for your support.

STATIONS OF THE CROSS for school children will be on Tuesday afternoons this Lent, at 2:15 pm.

TAX INFORMAION: If you need record of payments for 2017 tax purposes for preschool or extended care, you may find record of all payments on Option C. If your tax preparer needs our Employer ID #, it is 44-0546364. If you have any difficulty finding the information you need, you may contact Rosie in the office.


BASKETBALL PLAYERS – please return your uniforms.

PUBERTY PRESENTATION: The 5,6,7th graders will have the opportunity to participate in a lesson on the early stages of puberty, which is mainly done through a DVD that helps them understand the physical & emotional changes they experiencing at this age. Parents, please read & fill out the information/permission form found in today’s folder and return on MONDAY. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. V or Rosie. At the end of the presentation, students will receive sample packets, the girls containing feminine hygiene products and the boys containing deodorant. Mrs. Pleus will be leading the girls’ presentation and Mr. V. will be leading the boys’ presentation.

RICE BOWL: Please use it as a tool in your household to enhance your family Lenten experience. There is a Lenten calendar inside that may be used to help your family pray. You may return the Rice Bowls to the vestibule or school office after Easter, with any money that you may have saved.


Thurs., March 8 – OLOS School Baby Shower for crisis pregnancies
Tues., April 10 – H & S potluck @ 6:30 pm followed by meeting @ 7:00 pm
Tues., April 28 – Sketch Day
Wed., May 2 – 6th Grade Vocation Day
Sun. May 6 – First Eucharist – 10:00 am Mass
Sat., May 12 – 8th Grade Graduation – 5:00 pm Mass with reception following in the gymnasium
Sat., May 19 – OLOS Parish Golf Tournament

 DUE TO THE HIGH RISK OF FLU this year, and in our effort to contain transmission, any student exhibiting signs of the flu, which include, but is not limited to:  fever, chills, nonproductive cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, muscle and body aches, headache and fatigue, and in some cases, vomiting & diarrhea, will be sent to the office and parents called for pick up. IF YOUR CHILD EXHIBITS ANY OF THESE SIGNS AT HOME – NO MATTER HOW MILD – PLEASE KEEP THEM HOME AS A PRECAUTION. If your child has the flu, doctors generally recommend that they do not return to school for one week.

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