Wednesday, August 28-
Did you notice....
...that the "First Day of School" posters had bible verses on them? Did you know what they were?
Montessori program and extended care coordinator
Favorite Book: The Bible
Favorite Saint: St. Francis of Assisi
What is one fun or surprising fact about you?:
I am a real dog and cat whisperer! I once walked a growling Doberman Pincher (who was growling and coming after me) back to his owner’s house while on my morning jog!
CATHECHESIS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD
WANTED- BUS DRIVERS!
Are you retired or self-employed with extra time? Are you passionate about Catholic Education? Do you have children or grand-children attending one of the Catholic schools in the Northland?
St. Pius X High School is looking for part-time school bus drivers for the upcoming and future school years. We provide transportation for field trips during the days, and sporting events in the afternoons and evenings. NO morning or afternoon routes taking students to or from school and home. All trips have a teacher, coach, or other moderator on board to supervise the students.
Must have, or be able to obtain a class B commercial drivers license with both passenger and school bus endorsements, pass a DOT physical and drug screens, and complete training required by the Diocese of KC/St. Joseph. Training provided.
Pay is $13 per hour and drivers are able to choose the trips they wish to drive, making the schedule flexible. Great opportunity to see some interesting places around KC and view some great athletic competitions.
If you, or anyone you know may be interested. Please contact Mark Hidy at (816) 803-6426.
aSBESTOS Management Notice
This is an annual notice of the availability of the Asbestos Management Plan for St. Charles
Borromeo Academy. If you are interested in reviewing the plan, please contact the School Office. The plan will be
made available for your inspection. This action is being taken in compliance with the AHERA (Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act) Management Plan Notification. Copies of this letter have been submitted to the asbestos program manager’s office and the Diocesan School Office.
TURN IN MEDICAL ITEMS
Just a reminder to turn in any medications, inhalers, etc. your scholar might need at school throughout the year. Students are not allowed to keep medications in their homerooms or on their person. Please turn them into the office as soon as possible. If you have questions or concerns, contact the Health Room Coordinator, Kristi Burns, at email@example.com.
Upcoming important dates
Eucharistic Ministers at all school mass
SCBA is looking for Eucharistic Ministers for our all school Masses on Thursdays at 9am. If there are any parents who have been trained and are able to attend mass, we would love to have a few extra people help us out! If you are interested please contact Linda Krickle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the date below for more information on what is happening at SCBA this week.
Monday, August 12- New Family Orientation
Join us for Borromeo Academy's New Family Orientation Night! Mark your calendar for Monday, August 12 at 6:30pm in the SCBA Library. The library is located on the second floor. This orientation is for parents/guardians only.
Wednesday, August 14- SCBA Scholar Kick-OFf
Thursday, August 15- First Day of School
Friday, August 16- early dismissal & Little saints and scholars orientation
Don't forget to take a look at...
Pto Meeting Notes 7-30-19
Registration is now open for fall sports of the 2019-2020 school year! Registration is currently open for Girls Volleyball (grades 3-8) and Boys and Girls Cross Country (grades 3-8).
If your son or daughter is interested in participating, please respond to Cory Winnike at email@example.com with their name, grade, sport interested in, and parental contact information. Our first and foremost priority is to have enough interest to have our students compete for SCBA, but, if we are unable to field a complete team, we will look at combining grades as well as partner with other schools.
We will be looking for volunteers to help coach our student athletes, so if you have any experience, know someone that does, or are willing to help out, please let Cory Winnike know as well.
funds request- library
Literacy is the core of a Classical Education. We have worked this summer to organize and update the school library. As our scholars learn to read and comprehend complex texts, think critically and synthesize information from multiple sources, they will become more willing to take academic risks and become life-long readers and learners. As we encourage our scholars to read, we need funds to purchase books to update our library to enable our students to have accessibility to a variety of books from the classics, current authors, and award winning books. In addition, we need to purchase leveled readers to help us ensure all of our scholars are successful readers and writers.
If you have any questions contact Elaine Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Other IMPORTANT DATES- AUGUST
August 19- First day for Little Saints and Scholars, Hot Lunch begins
August 20- Back to School Night, Kindergarten-4th Grade, 6:30pm
August 22- Back to School Night, 5th Grade-8th Grade, 6:30pm
August 28- Back to School Night, Little Saints and Scholars, 6:30pm
August 30- Half day, 12pm dismissal, Extended care will be open
Where in the World...?
We asked and you answered! Check out some of the places SCBA families went on their summer vacations.
A Mother's Prayer for Teachers
Thank you for the gift of good teachers. Thank you for men and women willing to take on the responsibility of shaping the next generation of thinkers and doers.
As the school year starts, grant them strength and courage to face what lies ahead.
Spark their imaginations with ways to reach even the most difficult learner.
When the days are long and the challenges seem too many, grant them peace.
When things go smoothly, let them see Your guiding hand and give You thanks.
When they’re spending their money to make my child’s learning environment more successful and enjoyable, grant them treasures in Heaven.
Please, Lord, give them the grace they need to see You in every preschooler, grade schooler and high-schooler.
Help them respond to the individual needs of each child to the best of their ability.
Protect them from harm, but make them brave and knowledgeable in times of crisis.
May they find strength for the journey in each smile, hug, high five, and newly learned skill.
I know that their job is often a thankless and incredibly demanding one. Help me to support them the best that I can so that my child will know how much I value his/her education and the hard work of others.
Please bless the vocations of my child’s teachers, coaches, administrators, and school staff. Help them truly know what a difference they make in the lives of each child they encounter.
And at the end of each day, may they find rest and replenishment to rise and do it all again tomorrow.
Saint Mother Theodore Guerin, pray for them.
Saint Jean Baptist de la Salle, patron of teachers, pray for them.
In Our Lord Jesus’ name,
Courtney Savageau is the Communications Coordinator for Borromeo Academy. She has been with the school for two years as a para-educator. She graduated from Benedictine College in 2017 with degrees in Mass Communications and Theatre Arts.