- Sunday, May 19 – Cajun Fest, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
- Thursday, May 23 – 6th Grade Recognition Mass, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 11:00 a.m.; Early Dismissal following Mass from the parking lot of St. Francis; NO ACE
- HAVE A HAPPY AND SAFE SUMMER!!!!!
- Monday, May 13 - House Meetings, 2:00 p.m.; Eagle Football & Cheerleading Meeting, 6:30 p.m.
- Tuesday, May 14 – Papa John’s Pizza Night
- Wednesday, May 15 – 3rd/4th Grade Mass, 8:15 a.m.
- Thursday, May 16 – Cajun Fest T-Shirt Day
- Friday, May 17 - Decathlon Day
If you have registered an over-the-counter or Rx medication for your child, please make plans to pick up the medication personally from Mrs. Glorioso, R.N., by the end of the day on Tuesday, May 21. No medications of any type will be released to children or sent home in backpacks. If you choose, you may leave non-prescription medicine in our locked cabinet over the summer; if not expired, it may be used for the student again upon receiving a new 2013-2014 Medication Authorization form in the fall.
WOW! The year will be coming to an end on Thursday, May 23! On this day, we will transport all of the children to St. Francis of Assisi for our final Mass honoring our departing 6th grade students. Please make plans to attend the Mass with your child as dismissal will be directly from St. Francis following the Mass. Remember there is no ACE on this day, so you must come to St. Francis to pick up your child who will be dismissed directly from Mass. Please refer to Edline for the carpool procedure for dismissal following the Mass at St. Francis.
As spectators watched, Franklin drifted off to sleep and awoke in the rainforest! With the assitance of his class’ pet iguana, Rex, Franklin finally found a home in the rainforest. Following their production, the characters found their habitats within the St. Anthony rainforest in order for all rainforest visitors to get a first-hand understanding of each creature. Congratulations to all of our rainforest friends!
Each day students at St. Anthony Catholic School grow and express their knowledge in unique ways, allowing each child to grow in confidence and understanding of the world in which they are a part.
Each day parents and community supporters partner with St. Anthony Catholic School to create a warm, nurturing environment for our students to learn and play. Caught in the act of service this week included the many volunteers assisting with the rainforest transformation, grant assistance, library assistance and more! Thank you for your gift of time and talent!
Upcoming volunteer opportunities include assisting with Cajun Fest (contact Michele Warnock email@example.com| 601.613.4653) to volunteer your time.
St. Joseph Catholic School will be offering summer athletic camps again this summer. For more information, please click St. Joe Summer Camps 2013 or call St. Joseph Catholic School at 601.898.4800.
Good times were had by all in the 4th Annual Decathlon Day event at St. Anthony Catholic School. Houses enjoyed spirited competition and more as they displayed their team’s athleticism in twelve different events. With each victory, Houses earned points, propelling them toward a possible win of the coveted House Cup! Who will win the House Cup this year? We will find out on Awards Day!
Our 4th Annual Via Creativa Night proved to be a huge success! This past week, talented Eagles delighted the audience throughout the evening at the St. Joseph Fine Arts Center. Guests were welcomed into the Visual Arts Gallery with individually selected pieces students created throughout the year. Once the performances began students proudly showcased their musical talents in singing, percussion instruments, piano, band, and strings. Performances in dance, improvisation, and karate also delighted the crowds. Congratulations to all of the Eagles who participated in the Via Creativa programs, the instructors, and Mrs. Glorioso who coordinates the Via Creativa program!