Thursday Thoughts from Mrs. Hartman
“After this I had a vision of a great multitude….From every nation, race, people, and tongue”
Yesterday, many of our students and children we know dressed up as their favorite superhero to celebrate Halloween. Today we are privileged to have the opportunity to celebrate and remember some real superheroes… the saints. A saint is any person who is now in heaven with Jesus, working on our behalf to ensure that we will someday take our place there with them.
As we celebrate the Feast of All Saints, let us remember our real superheroes who have the power to intercede for us in the only thing that really matters… being with Jesus for eternity.
THANK YOU to all who are following the requested safe morning drop off procedures. When dropping students off at the gym doors, there should be ONE line of traffic along the sidewalk. THAT ALSO MEANS CARS CANNOT PARK IN THE LINE WHILE PARENTS GET OUT TO TAKE STUDENTS INSIDE THE BUILDING. If you need to escort your child, please park in the lot and walk to the door. This helps the one lane of traffic to consistently move.
ALSO, please do not use the front entrance for drop off before 7:55. The office is very busy in the morning and there is a chance that no one will be there to buzz your child in. Students arriving after 7:55 are considered late and will be marked tardy!
WE APPRECIATE YOUR HELP IN KEEPING OUR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SAFE AND GETTING STUDENTS TO SCHOOL ON TIME!
Fri Nov 2 Feast of All Souls
Family Life Groups
Sun Nov 4 Daylight Savings Time ends
Mon Nov 5 Picture retakes
PTO Meeting @ 6:30 in the Extended Day Room
Fri Nov 9 Fundraiser Pick Up after school (2:30-5:30)in the gym
FINAL THOUGHT: “To be saints is not a privilege for a few, but a vocation for everyone.” Pope Francis
ST. BENEDICT SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT
United in Community, in partnership with families, guided by the message of St. Benedict, God calls us to LIVE, LEARN, and LOVE.