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   Newsletter 1 COUGAR TRACKS  Mission: Saint Joseph Catholic School Community is committed to all students to provide spiritual and personal growth, academic excellence, and service to others. triving for ainthood    Volume 1, Issue 5 September 19, 2019 Mass Schedule  We will finally be back to having mass in the church next week! We will have mass on Monday and  Tuesday the 7 th  & 8 th  will have mass parts next week.  All parents, grandparents, and parishioners are  welcome join us. Mystery Dinner Mark your calendars, the date of the 7 th  & 8 th  grade mystery dinner will be Saturday, November 9 th ! (Just a note that this is NOT the opening weekend of deer season!) If you would like tickets, you may call the school office or contact one of the 7 th  & 8 th  grade students listed below. Logan Goehman, Ava Hoff, Maddie Watring, Elaina  Wirths, Halea Hoff, Sadie Streck, Cloey Tavenner, or  Wyatt Weber Mid-Quarter Progress reports and updates to AR goals are being sent home today for students in 1 st -8 th  grade. Kindergarten will receive progress reports.  All School Mass Below are students that have mass parts for our first all school mass on Sunday, September 29 th  @ 9:00. If you are unable to make it, please let us know as soon as possible. If they have a speaking part, it is included in folder’s this week.  We will also practice in church next week. Servers: Halea Hoff & Wyatt Weber Song Leader: Catherine Schuster 1 st  Reading: Sadie Streck Response: Logan Goehman 2 nd  Reading: Cloey Tavenner Petitions: Evie Stark, Britta Hoff, Ean Wessing, Cole Weber, Bennett Schuster, Aria Kliethermes Baskets: Cooper Hoff, Henry Stark, Tyson Martin, Lucas Watring Offertory: Joseph Inskeep, Eli Shadwick, Ashton  Wessing   Newsletter 2 continued from page 1 Upcoming Events 9/27-Free Dress 9/29-All School Mass 10/7-10/11-Testing Week 1-8 10/12-Home & School Auction 10/17-Fall Field Trip 10/18-End of 1 st  Quarter 10/24-Early Out-P/T Conferences 10/25-No School   Free Dress Our September free dress day will be on Friday, September 27 th . Free dress days will generally be the last Friday of the month that we are in session. Steam Engine Show  The Steam Engine Committee would like to thank all the parents, grandparents, staff, students, and parishioners, that helped make this year a successful year. We would also like to thank those that in some way+ donated equipment to help us with the event. Special thanks to those that stayed or came back to work extra shifts when you didn’t have to. Many went the extra mile to help us succeed! We could not have done this without all the help. This event must have workers there to make it a success! We hope that everyone enjoyed raising money for our school while building relationships with each other. We received almost all positive feedback from the people that chose to eat with us! Several even came back to personally thank our chefs! We look forward to next year when MRVSEA hosts Jon Deere as their feature tractor. They usually expect close to 4,000 people!  Weather permitting, we will be even busier than we were this year! Help at Church  A huge thanks to all of those that were able to come and help move pews at church the last few Sundays. It was a  very big job and the time given to the church by those individuals to help get the job done was greatly appreciated! Fall Field Trip For our fall field trip the PK-8 th  will be going to Jefferson Farms and Garden in Columbia. We will be going on  Thursday, October 17 th . More information will be sent home, along with a permission slip, at a later date. Lunch Bills  When paying lunch bills please be sure that this is a separate check from all other fees. The lunch account is separate from all other accounts and is ran differently than the others. Thank you for you help in this area! Flu Shots  The Cooper County Health Department will be coming to school to give flu shots. If you would like your child to receive a flu shot at school please complete the paperwork that is included in folders this week and return it by Monday, September 30 th  . Forms cannot be accepted after the date of the 30th, and specifically the day of the clinic. They must be to the health department by Oct 1st so they can get them counted, entered, and be sure to have enough vaccines on hand. They will encourage any who want it, after the 30th, to call and schedule it at the office. For anyone without insurance, or if their insurance doesn't cover the flu vaccine, be sure to mark it on the form, so you can get the the right  vaccine at no cost. The tentative date for the clinic at school is Wednesday, October 23 rd . Once a date is finalized it will be sent out.   Newsletter 3 continued from page 1   Newsletter 4


Sep 22, 2019
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