St. Paul Parochial School News
May 22, 2019
WEEKEND ALTAR SERVERS:
Saturday, May 25th, 6 PM – Siena & Ariana Barsuglia
Sunday, May 26th, 8 AM – Max Mullen
10 AM – Lila Wolf & Claudia Vachter
SLE OF THE WEEK: SPPS students are Responsible Citizens who: Act as stewards of the local and global environment.
EARLY DISMISSAL ON MAY 24TH…On our half day (noon dismissal) our K-6th grade students will be attending a science assembly with the school district from 10:30 until 11:30. Because of the assembly, lunch will not be served at school this day, but students are encouraged to bring a snack to eat before the assembly.
FUN RUN…What a great afternoon the students had! Thank you to all who donated and sponsored a student.
The students raised $3,829 for resources for the classrooms! Pictures will be posted soon!
SCRIP…We have some Scrip in the office to sell before the end of the year. If you would like to purchase it, stop by or email the office.
Fred Meyer – 3 - $100
1 - $ 10
Albertsons- 3 - $100
1 - $ 50
Walmart – 4 - $ 25
2019-2020 REGISTRATION PACKETS…If you haven’t turned your registration application in for the next school year, please do so ASAP. If you didn’t receive an application packet, please contact the office.
SCHOOL TOOLBOX… We are pleased to announce that our school is again participating in the School Tool Box program. Avoid the cost, time, and inconvenience of back to school shopping. Here’s how: Register at Schooltoolbox.com. Shop on-line: Teacher approved supply list provided using quality products. Customize your order (only order the supplies that you need). See attached flyer for more information.
AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE…Wednesday, June 5, 2019, 1:30-6:30 PM sponsored by the St. Paul Fire Dept. There is a very critical shortage of blood available now. The ARC has issued an alert for Type O blood, but all types are in much need. Last month the Red Cross collected approximately 11,500 fewer donations than needed and currently has six units of Type O blood on hand for every 100,000 people even though more than double that amount is needed every day. Please take time to stop and make your donation and truly make a difference. You can schedule your appt. by going to www.redcrossblood.org or simply drop by. Refreshments will be available. If you have questions, please call Mary Ellen (503-633-8341) or Carol (503-633-4141).
MYSTERY THEATRE DINNER…We still have some tickets remaining for the SPPS Mystery Theatre Dinner! Call or email the office for tickets or more information!
SPPS Wild West Mystery Dinner…Join us for an interactive Wild West themed dinner party! A crime has been committed and it is your job to discover who committed it, what weapon they used to do it, and where it took place. In a real-life version of the classic Clue game, our special host will lead you through discovery of the real criminal. Dinner and drinks provided. Friday, June 7th 6:00 PM
ST. PAUL WILD WEST ART SHOW…See the attached flyer for information.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR HIGHLIGHT AWARD RECIPIENTS THIS WEEK…
Kg – Isabella Woodland
1st/2nd Gr. – Murphy Zielinski
3rd/4th Gr. – the Whole Class for their Book Report Dioramas
5th/6th Gr. – Yulanie Lozano
7th/8th Gr. – Aidan Britten
-Thursday, May 23rd, 7 PM – Spring Concert
- Friday, May 24th – Noon Dismissal – Prof. Dev.
- Monday, May 27th – Memorial Day – No School
- Tuesday, June 4th – Last day for Hot Lunch
- Wednesday, June 5th – NO Hot Lunch - NO PM Bus
- June 6th – 11th – NO Public School – NO H/L or PM Bus
- Thursday, June 6th, 7 PM - 8th Grade Graduation
- Friday, June 7th – Field Day in the afternoon
- Monday, June 10th – Hobby Recess in the afternoon
- Tuesday, June 11th – Last Day of School – 11 AM Dismissal
- Sunday, September 22nd, 10 AM – St. Paul Parochial School 175th Anniversary Celebration
BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING ATTACHMENTS:
- St. Paul Wild West Art Show
- School Toolbox Flyer
FAMILY FAITH SHARING
Sixth Sunday of Easter
Revelation 21:10-14, 22-23; Psalm 67:1, 2, 4, 5, 7;
Jesus Sends the Spirit
Jesus said: “Those who love me, obey me. Then my Father loves them and lives in them. What I say does not really come from me, but from the Father who sent me. The Father will send the Holy Spirit to take my place and help you. The Spirit will teach you everything. The Spirit will remind you of what I said while I was with you.”
Most people have someone in their lives in whom they confide and turn to when they need help and guidance – someone they trust to be supportive always. Today Jesus tells us he is sending someone like that into our lives. He is sending the Holy Spirit to teach and help us.