Eagles View St. Stephen Catholic School 414 S Hyland Park Dr., Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970-945-7746 November 3, 2017 Upcoming Events All Saints Day 2017! at St. Stephen Catholic School and Parish there are so many ways to join in and be active members of our community. Annual Poinsettia Sale! 11/9 -Veterans Day Celebration following mass 11/10 No School Teacher Professional Development on Step Up to Writing Program 11/11 -Womens Retreat 9am-2pm 11/17- Eagle Spirit Day (SSCS shirt w/ uniform bottom) Builders Club Pizza Lunch 11/21 K-2 -Thanksgiving Program and Celebration
11/22 thru 11/24 Thanksgiving Break! 11/27 -School Resumes 11/29 -Sacramental Parent Sponsor Mtg. 5:00 p.m. 11/30 Picture Retakes at 1:00pm 12/1- Rosary (time TBD) 12/3-Sacremental Parent-Sponsor Mtg. 9:00am Please support our school and order your poinsettias for the upcoming holiday season. *Order forms are going home today. *Order forms are due Tues. (11/21). *Poinsettias will arrive on Wed. (12/6). Thank you! Notice of Student Non-Discrimination Policy The Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Denver, under the jurisdiction of Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila, S.T.L. and at the direction of the Superintendent, state that all of their Catholic schools admit students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools. Furthermore, Archdiocesan schools admit handicapped students in accord with the policy on Admissions in the Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools Administrators Manual. These schools do not discriminate on the basis of race, age, handicap, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of their educational policies, employment practices, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic or other school-administered programs. All Souls Day 2017 It has become a tradition for our middle school students to remember our dearly
departed loved ones by walking to Rosebud Cemetery and saying a rosary. Washington D.C. Trip 2019! In 2019, we are planning another Washington D.C. trip for our 7th and 8th grade students (who are currently our 7th and 6th grade students) through Close-Up. We recommend that students start saving their money now to be able to go on this amazing trip. Talk to Ms. Cormier or Mr. Brickell about your next steps. Snow Day Notification Procedures How will we know if its a snow day? 1. If Roaring Fork School District (RE-1) has a Snow Day, so will St. Stephen Catholic School. The RE-1 Snow-line phone # is: 970-3846075. Feel free to call this number if youre wondering if its a Snow Day. 2. An all School Flock-Note (email-text) will be sent out. Make sure that you are signed up for Flock-Note by clicking this link: https://new.flocknote.com/ststephen1885 Sign-up for the St. Stephen School group as well as your childs grade and any parish group that you belong to or would like to receive updates from.
3. KMTS (FM 99.1) and 9 News will be notified tune in to confirm if St. Stephen School is Closed due to Snow. 4. Check the St. Stephen School social media pages on Face Book, Twitter and Instagram. 5. If you feel that the road/snow conditions are too bad to attempt the drive from your home, please know that you can declare your own snow day. We will excuse your childs absence. 6. If the K-8 school is closed, so is the preschool. We want to keep everyone safe and off treacherous roads. Eagles View Nov. 3, 2017 p. 3 Ask Your Child About this months virtue Novembers Virtue is Humility. Humility is accepting your limitations and God-given talents. This months saints to focus on are: St. John the Baptist, St. Pio of Pietrelcina and St. Therese of Lisieux. Here at St. Stephen Catholic School we use The Virtues in Practice Program, which was created by the Dominican Sisters. The goal of Catholic education is heaven, but knowledge alone will not get us there! Virtues in Practice helps students to live out the faith in their everyday lives. Each year has a theme of study; this
years theme is HOPE. Hope trusting in Gods loving plan. We invite you to join us on this journey illuminated by faith. Its Time to Get Ready for Winter Fun! Snow Play and Sledding Rules We strongly encourage outside play during recess, and that includes recess time during the winter months. Here are some guidelines we follow for winter outside play: Children must wear snow boots, snow pants, gloves and snow jackets to play in the snow. Hats and sunglasses are strongly encouraged. Children who do not wear snow boots, snow pants, gloves and/or snow jackets will stand on the sidewalk with the teacher. If their class is in the field, these children must sit in the baseball dugout during recess. Sledding Rules: We go down on the sleds sitting up on our bottoms only. We take turns using the sleds, whether it is yours or not. We line up to take turns. We do not go over jumps or kickers. Snowboards and snow skates are not allowed. If you bring a sled to school, you must share it and realize that it will be used by lots of children, and runs the risk of breaking. Substitute Teachers are Wanted and Needed at SSCS! Do you or someone you know need a flexible job and like working with children? We need people who have a high
school diploma (or higher education) and are willing to take our Called to Protect Class. We run a background check on everyone who works with our children. Contact Mrs. Oliver at 945-7746 or [email protected] if youre interested. In climate Weather Dismissal Procedure Whenever it is dumping snow or pouring rain at dismissal time, we will keep the children in their classrooms, warm and dry. *Please go through the carline, as usual, and we will call your child down to the front door to load up in your car as you pull up. You are also welcome to park and come inside to pick up your child. *We will have a sign posted on an easel outside to let you know when its an inclimate weather dismissal. A shout out of gratitude to the Faas family for providing lunch for the SSCS Crew during Parent-Teacher Conferences!
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