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Weekly Family Newsletter

Friday, December 19th, 2014


This Week .  .  .

Lost iPod!

Found Friday afternoon in the bus rush. It will be in the office.

Basketball and cheerleading are in full swing! Games continue into next week, then we will have a break over the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.

‘the night shift before Christmas’ was a huge success, though it seemed half the student body was out sick. Mrs. Ashwood did a great job accommodating the many illnesses, and children gladly stepped in to fill vacant roles. With a little inspiration from blue Jolly Ranchers.

There is a document in RenWeb for Middle School Students who would like to join the Hudson Ski Club. It can be accessed in Resource Documents.

Next Week...

Yes, we still have school Monday and Tuesday. BUT!!! Tuesday is an out of uniform day! Students may wear a red or green top and out of uniform bottoms.


Christmas Mass times at Saint Patrick Parish are as follows:
December 24th: 3:30pm, 6:00pm, and 11:00pm

December 25th: 8:00am, and 10:00am

Christmas Break:
December 24th – January 4th.
Return to school on Monday, January 5th.


Immunization Update

As many families are aware, we are currently trying to turn in complete immunization records to the county. For those who have repeatedly brought these in – THANK YOU! We greatly appreciate your patience with our requests, whether by letter, emails and/or phone calls. We probably didn’t earn any children’s gratitude who had to go in for additional inoculations.


Star Grants awarded to Saint Patrick School

Two grants were awarded to Saint Patrick recently thanks to submissions by Pre-K teacher Mrs. Miller and Reading Specialist Mrs. Sittlow, and Mrs. Finnegan. Mrs. Miller’s grant, totaling $2,989, is for the use of a Promethean board, projector, and related hardware. Mrs. Sittlow’s grant, in the amount of $2,650, is for the Leveled Literacy Intervention Green System is especially helpful

to elementary students who find reading and writing difficult.
Thank you to Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Sittlow, and Mrs. Finnegan for caring so much about their students to make the extra time to submit these grants. Congratulations!


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