Saint Olaf Catholic School

Wednesday News Letter

April 19, 2017 


Dear Parents


*Hallelujah!  He is Risen!  Happy Easter to all!    


*All items in our Lost and Found were bagged today.  They will be donated to the Road Home Shelter.  

    

* Do you have old prescription glasses or reading glasses laying around your home?  Bring them to the school by Friday and our Fifth graders will send them to Haiti to benefit needy children.   

“And large crowds came to Him, bringing with them those who were lame, crippled, blind, mute, and many others, and they laid them down at His feet; and He healed them. So the crowd marveled as they saw the mute speaking, the crippled restored, and the lame walking, and the blind seeing; and they glorified the God of Israel”.           ~Matthew 15:30-31 

 

AUCTION NEWS -  We are really excited for the Auction on May 13th, so make sure to reserve your seat, our dinner ticket form is attached to this email.  We will send out hard copies next week. 

 

- Raffle tickets!   The top selling class during each of the next four weeks will receive an Ice Cream Party. The top seller of the school will win a mystery prize!  If your student has already sold his/her 30 tickets and would like more, please let the office know.  We have plenty.  This weeks’ top-selling class will be announced on Friday.  (I like Ice Cream!!)  Continue to sell, sell, sell!   

 

-Our decoration committee is in need of empty tin can donations.  (Vegetable Cans or fruit cans will work) 

 

-Classes are busy working on their projects.  I see some beautiful works of art that are sure to earn top dollar at the auction! 

 

-Please remember that 5 hours of your required 30 Service hours must come from work for the auction.  The auction crew is in need of the following:  Check in/Check out, silent auction and kitchen/servers. 

 

*Congratulations to all of our Viking Readers!   Our all-around top readers in each class will win a free book AND the opportunity to throw a pie in the face of our incredible eighth-grade student council members.   Top readers for each class are:   PreK: Sawyer Hart (735 minutes) Kinder: Jace Gates (1235 minutes) First: Aiden Garcia-Allen (1037 minutes) Second: Cohen Hart (972 minutes) Third: Sofia Evans (1160 minutes) Fourth: Mady Yates (1620 minutes) Fifth: Max Keith  (2255 minutes) Sixth: Natalie Nuntapreda (1224 minutes) Seventh: Ellen Rickerd (1359 minutes)  

 

All School Top Reader:  Max Keith!!  In addition to the opportunity to throw a pie in the face of an eighth grader, Max will receive a special gift from Student Council. 

 

Thank you to Ms. Moore and the Eighth Grade Student Council for planning and running the contest.  We were disappointed that Jazz Reading was cancelled, but our student leaders rose to the occasion and improved and already great contest!! 


 *HSA News! Monday is a FUN day!        

- Hank Smith will be here at Monday, 4/24, at 9:00am to present on Internet Safety.  Parents are invited to this presentation.  It will take place in the MacCenter.        

-HSA has planned our second Spirit Night of the year!  Please join us for Chipotle Spirit Night Monday anywhere from          4:00-9:00pm.  You can order out or purchase and dine there.  Saint Olaf receives 50% of the proceeds….yes, 50%!  You must show your flyer to the cashier in order to receive the proceeds.  We have attached the flyer to this letter and will send a hard copy home with your student on Monday.  We will also send out another email reminder on Monday.  Let’s go and have some fun at Chipotle! 

 -We still have plenty of Viking Nalgene Bottles for sale!  If you are interested in purchasing, just stop by the office.  They are $10. 

 

*This Wednesday, 4/25, Lifetouch will be here for Spring (free dress) individual pictures.  Order forms are enclosed in your Brown Envelope. 

 

*Mid-terms go home tomorrow.  Please check your child(ren)’s folder(s) for the mid-term reports.   

 

*EDP payments are now past due 

 

*The 8th grade students will join their religion teacher, Mrs. Turner, in service at the Bountiful Food Bank on 4/27. *Please note that this was originally scheduled for 4/19 and has been changed. 

 

*Does your child have talent?  Can they dance?  Sing? Play a musical instrument? Recite a poem?  They can try out to perform alongside other talented classmates!  Please complete the attached form and drop it off in the office before tryouts 4/26. The Talent show will be held Wednesday May 3rd.  Time will be announced after tryouts.  Parents are invited. 


Enclosures: 

Life Touch Picture Form 

 

Attachments: 

Auction Dinner Reservation Form 

Chipotle Spirit Night Flyer 

Talent Show Tryout Form 

 

Important Dates: 

4/20 Mid-terms home 

4/21 Pie-in-Face Reading Winners 

4/24-4/28 Safety Week 

4/24 9:00 Internet Safety Presentation with Hank Smith(Parents invited) 

4/24 Chipotle Spirit Night (4:00-9:00)(Buy food….support the school!) 

4/26 Talent Show Tryouts (Directly after school in Mac Center) 

4/28 Safety Fair in School Yard and Parking Lot (12:00-1:30)   


God Bless, 

Mrs. Jacobs  

 

“We RISE as a community of learners, continually growing as Christ-centered individuals throughout life’s journey:  Responsibly, Intellectually, Spiritually, and Emotionally” 



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