Thursday Thoughts from Mrs. Hartman

“We appreciate what you’ve done in every way and in every place,
And we want to thank you very much.
Acts 24:3

Could it possibly be true? Another school year is coming to an end? The activities and energy in the air tell me it’s so.
Even though it is ending, the year has been one of great achievement and accomplishment. Students have demonstrated tremendous growth both academically and spiritually. Setting learning goals and differentiating instruction enables students to achieve more. Providing students the opportunities to practice the works of mercy helps deepen their understanding of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. We are proud of the accomplishments of all our students.
As we head into the summer months, please keep these areas of growth in mind. As with any seeds that are planted, they need to be watered in order to continue growing. Please continue to water seeds of reading, math, writing and faith formation. The reading program offered at the library is a great motivator during the summer. Math flashcards and computer challenges are a great way to keep skills sharp. Good old fashioned letter writing to grandparents or postcards from family vacations are simple but good ways to practice writing skills. Daily prayer and weekly Sunday Mass or worship should be a part of every family’s summer menu!
These are just a few of the ways you can help with preventing “the summer slide.” Of course summer is also a wonderful time of family, friends and fun. On behalf of the faculty and staff of St. Benedict Catholic School, we thank you for your continued support and wish you and your family a rest-filled and relaxing summer.
If you have any needs or questions over the summer please feel free to contact Mrs. Spetz or Mrs. Hartman as we will have summer office hours. If we are not in when you call, please leave a message or e-mail so we can get back to you.
Summer Office Hours

June and August M-F 9:00 – 3:00
July Varied


Classes for the 2018-2019 school year are quickly filling. We currently have a waiting list for kindergarten and other grades are close to being full. PLEASE return your registration packet and the $100 registration fee by the last day of school, Friday, May 25 to ensure your student continues to receive the quality education and faith formation that St. Benedict Catholic School provides.

All registered families will be receiving the Tuition/Scholarship/Financial Aid Award forms soon.

Tomorrow, Friday May 18 is Field Day and Cook-out.
Pre/K – 4 Field Day Activities 9:00 – 11:00 Lunch 11:00 – 11:30
Gr. 5 – 8 Field Day Activities 12:00 – 2:00 Lunch 11:30 – 12:00

Thanks to Mr. Fischer, Mrs. Ball and PTO for planning this fun event and to all the parent volunteers making it possible.

Students may wear shorts, including gym shorts (if it is warm enough) or sweatpants and spirit wear shirts/sweatshirts and of course, tennis shoes for Field Day! FYI – Weather is supposed to be cooler on Friday.


Congratulations to the graduating Class of 2018. While it is always difficult to say goodbye, we are proud of the young Christian leaders they have become and look forward to hearing about all the accomplishments they will achieve in the future.


Upcoming dates

Fri. May 18 Field Day and Cook-out
May 21-23 Middle School Exams

Thurs. May 24 8th Grade Clap Out @ 12:00
8th Grade Graduation @ 6:00 pm
Fri. May 25 Last Day for students
Mon. June 4 Report Cards are mailed home

FINAL THOUGHT: Thank you for your continued support as we work to finish the year STRONG!

United in Community, in partnership with families, guided by the message of St. Benedict,
God calls us to LIVE, LEARN, and LOVE.

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