A Note from the Principal 1/28/22
This coming week is Catholic Schools Week! We have so many fun activities planned! We kick off the week with our opening mass at Our Lady of Lourdes Church at 10:30 am. If you can’t come to Our Lady of Lourdes, please take your children to your home parish. Take a picture of them in uniform after mass and send it to me! I will give them a dress down day pass! I will know who comes to OLOL because I will be there!
We have two service projects taking place during Catholic Schools’ week and one on February 11th.
- As part of our Catholic Schools Week celebration, we will be collecting food for our local food banks. Our goal is to collect a variety of foods. Check out the attached flyer to find the designated particular foods by grade level – BUT any/all donations will be accepted! To add to the spirit of the week, we will be having a friendly competition between classes to see how many items we can collect! (Gift cards will count towards items donated – $1 = 1 item)
- Some of our 6th graders are making bracelets, necklaces, and stickers as a fundraiser for the Wilmot Cancer Center. Jane Topa and Frankie Reiss have rallied the troops and are orchestrating the whole thing! Students can make their purchases during their lunch periods. Prices range from $1.00 -$3.00. This is a cash only event!
- On Friday, February 11th we will have a dress down fund raiser for the Teddi Dance for Love which raises funds for Camp Good Day and Special Times. Mrs. Fiorica’s student teacher, Kaitlyn Cook is part of this fine charitable dance and is collecting pledges. Check out the info in the attached flyer.
As with anything we do, you are the key to making this happen. We, here at Seton, are grateful for each and every one of you. Thank you for making CSW memorable for all!
Star Students of the Month
- Eliana Czlonka (1S)
- Maks Kopacz (5K)
- Meredith Tuttle (4F)
- Patrick Coyne (KP)!
They were all honored this week as out most recent Star Students of the Month!
They all embody the many fine qualities of our Seton Students! Thank you to their families for teaching them to live their lives as Jesus has taught us; full of kindness and compassion!
Upcoming Important Dates
- 01.28 End of 2nd Quarter
- 01.30 Catholic School Week Begins! Mass celebration @ 10:30 – OLOL Church
- 02.04 School Mass @ 8:30 lead by 6th grade
- – Report Cards Sent Home
- 02.14 St. Valentine’s Day
- 02.16 Full Day of School (previously half day on the calendar)
- 02.18 Automatic Registration Deadline
- 02.21 Winter Break Week Begins
- 02.25 Last Day to Withdraw avoiding non-refundable registration fee
- 03.02 Ash Wednesday, School Mass @ 8:30
Please Update Your Calendars!
A decision was made to change the following scheduled half days to full days. Our website calendar has been updated and District Transportation Offices have been notified.
Seton will have regular school hours on the following dates:
2022-2023 AUTO REGISTRATION
DEADLINE – 2/18/22
Automatic Registration forms were sent home a few weeks ago with the youngest sibling in the family. If you need another form there is an attachment below and you can find one on our website:
- Returning families must complete and submit their form for accounting purposes. If not retuned, the payment plan option defaults to Annual Payment with full tuition payment due on August 1st.
- In addition, if we do not receive your form, we will assume you are returning. You will be charged a registration fee of $150 on or around March 15th through your FACTS account. Do not send in a registration fee check.
- If you are not returning, it must be communicated in writing to both the school and business offices by February 25th to avoid being assessed the non-refundable registration fee. Email can be used: [email protected] & [email protected]
Please note, we are receiving many inquiries and to ensure your child’s place for next year, please return your registration as soon as possible.
CELEBRATING CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK
Sunday, January 30th – Friday, February 4th
FOOD DRIVE WILL BE TAKING PLACE ALL WEEK!
Sunday 1/30 – Catholic Schools Week Mass (10:30 @ OLOL)
- Come out and celebrate Mass with your school to kick off Catholic Schools Week! Or celebrate at your own home parish.
Monday 1/31 – Bagel & Juice Day
- Bagels and juice in classrooms
- Create Valentines for Mercy Motherhouse & LOL Shut-Ins
- Wear your Spirit-Wear – uniform bottoms!! (If you don’t have Spirit-Wear, wear school colors – blue & white!)
Tuesday 2/1 – Pajama Day
- Students may wear APPROPRIATE PJ’s to school. This means well fitted, in perfect condition. – No Slippers –
- Obstacle Course – Part 1: Grades 3-6 will participate in fun activities in the gym
Wednesday 2/2 – Ice Cream Sundaes “Funday”
- Ice cream sundaes will be served during lunchtime- YUM!!
- Obstacle Course – Part 2: Grades PreK-2nd will participate in a fun activity in the gym
- NEW THIS YEAR: Students dress like their Seton teachers, and teachers dress like their Seton Students
Thursday 2/3 – Crazy Hat & Sock Day
- Hats off to Seton! Wear Crazy Hats and/or Crazy Socks!
- We will play BINGO together as a school on ZOOM
Friday 2/4 – Olympic Friday
- Wear red, white and blue – Team USA Colors
- “A Day at Seton Cinema”: movie & popcorn in the classroom
- CSW Mass lead by 6th Grade at 8:30am
FROM THE HEALTH OFFICE
Seton Catholic School takes the health and safety of our school environment seriously and the policies in place will always be in the best interest of every person in our school. We are following all guidance provided to us from multiple sources. You will be notified if any policy changes.
At this time, we will continue to follow our COVID-19 Policies, masks are required for all staff, students, and visitors at Seton except during lunch, snack, outdoors, and mask breaks. Masks must be well-fitting, and it is highly recommended that students have a spare mask with them every day.
It is required that everyone at Seton follow our masking policies, just as we require everyone to follow our other Seton policies (uniforms, homework, appropriate behavior, etc.) In order for children to attend school, masks must be worn every day. If your child arrives without a mask, one will be provided for them.
Thank you for your continued support as we navigate how to serve our school community during a global pandemic. Your support and encouragement is critical to our success and maintaining a healthy learning environment for all adults and students in our school.