Newsletter (Archived): October 17th newsletter - Oct 17, 2018 - Oct 25, 2018 [Archive]
Meeting and Jambalaya Dinner
Tomorrow - October 18th - Home and School Meeting and Jambalya Dinner
5:00- 6:30 - Book Fair Open
6pm - Dinner in the cafeteria (jambalaya)
6:30pm - meeting in the gym with Cyber Safety presentation (fall activity for students in the cafeteria)
Jr. Beta Club Fundraiser
The Jr. Beta Club will be sponsoring the Fall Fest Queen/ King Fundraiser again this year. Friday, October 12- Thursday October 18, students can bring in money to vote for the teacher that would make the bestQueen or King of Fall Fest. It is twenty five cents for one vote. The teacher that has the most money donated under his or her name will be crowned during assembly on the day of Fall Fest. All donations for this fundraiser will go toward buying library books for a school in need. Bring your change in and vote!
Friday, October 26th
Pre-K – 4th Grade
Pre-K through 4th grade levels will attend Fall Fest at various times throughout the day. This will provide students with greater access to the games.
The schedule is as follows:
Pre-K & Kindergarten 9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
1st & 2nd Grade 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
3rd & 4th Grade 12:15 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Students will only be allowed to attend at their designated time to ensure maximum play time for all students.
All PreK- 3rd grade students are asked to bring in one dozen of one of the following:
***** homemade treat (ex. brownies, cookies, cupcakes, rice crispy treats, muffins, etc.) - treats need to be individually wrapped.
4th grade students are asked to bring one box of juice pouches
Please send in these items the week of the festival (October 22-26)
The 8th grade students will be hosting the games for the PreK-4th grade students who will be attending the festival.
PreK-4th grade students will be at the festival playing games with prizes, face painting, and will enjoy several inflatables. Students will also receive several refreshments.
5th – 7th Grade
Our 5th, 6th, and 7th grade students will remain on campus and participate in a separate event that will take place on campus. Students do not need to bring anything for this activity.
The schedule is as follows:
5th, 6th, and 7th 11:45 a.m. – 2:15 p.m.
Students in 5th – 7th may wear spirit dress with their SJS spirit shirt or Fall Fest shirt and FREE TENNIS SHOES.
Students in 5th-7th grades will have pizza, popcorn, drink, sweet treats, and a movie. Students will choose from a selection of movies. They will have a pizza picnic on the front lawn and then move to the “movie theater” (classrooms) of the movie they selected. They will be given popcorn and sweet treats during the movie.
October 22 - 26
"Life is Your Journey, Travel Drug Free" is the national theme of Red Ribbon Week! Each day students and teachers will celebrate being Drug Free!
Monday - "Red"y to live a drug-free life. Students wear red shirts with school appropriate jeans, socks, and shoes.
Tuesday - "Sock it to Drugs" - Wear crazy socks to school with your uniform.
Wednesday - "We CAN live drug-free" - Bring can goods to Mass.
Thursday - "Team Up Against Drugs" - Wear your favorite team shirt with school appropriate jeans, socks, and shoes.
Friday - "Say BOO to drugs" - Spirit Dress with your Fall Fest shirt for FALL FEST!
St. Joseph School - Group Night with the New Orleans Pelicans
Friday, December 28, 2018
New Orleans Pelicans vs. Dallas Mavericks @ 7:00 pm
NewOrleans Arena-Smoothie King Center.
Our group will receive the following:
*Fan Tunnel: 15 people from our group will be allowed to go on the court to form a fan tunnel and high-five the Pelicans players
*Group Picture: Our entire group will be allowed on the floor after the game to take a group photo on the court with some of the Pelicans dancers.
*Jumbotron: Our group name will be posted on the Jumbotron at halftime.
*Special Rate: Special group rate of $45. per ticket.
(Lower level seats are located on the first level of the arena.)
As we move into the 2nd quarter, here’s what has been going on throughout the 1st quarter through counseling guidance lessons. Here are the topics that your children have been introduced to and are continuing to practice each day. PreK- 8th grade students have been introduced and refreshed on the Role of a Counselor at our school. 1st and 2nd graders have learned about Friendship and Manners. 3rd graders have focused on Friendship and Tattling. 4th grade has had lessons on Friendship and Self-Control. 5th graders have learned about Friendship and Attitudes and Emotions. 6th- 8th graders have learned about Mindfulness, Stress Management, Teamwork, and Social Skills. These topics are all things your child should be familiar with from this quarter. As we continue through the school year, you can expect your child to learn more about how they can grow socially, emotionally, academically, and spiritually through classroom guidance lessons.
Our word of the week is Obedience.
Bible verse: "Remind the people to be subject to rulers and authorities, to be ready to do whatever is good." Titus 3:1.
October 18 - Book Fair Family Night
October 18 - Home & School Meeting- Jambalya Dinner
October 19 - Honor Roll Breakfast - Students Only!
October 26 - Fall Fest
November 4 - Daylight Saving Time - Fall Back
November 6 - November Birthdays
November 8 - Class Pictures and retakes
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