WEEK AT A GLANCE
NEWS YOU CAN USE
RED RIBBON WEEK – OCT 29th-NOV 2nd
Mark your calendars! Red Ribbon Week will be October 29th-November 2nd this year! Check the flyer attached for an explanation of each day’s theme and how you can participate.
SPIRIT GEAR IS ALMOST HERE!
Be on the lookout for your spirit gear to come home on Monday, October 29th, just in time for fall weather! On behalf of our 8th grade parents, thanks for your support – Lisa Fiegel
ALL SAINTS SERVICE – NOVEMBER 1st
During the All Saints Service on November 1st, names of loved ones who have passed this past year will be read during the service. Please send names of family, friends, or relatives to your child’s teacher no later than October 26th. Thank you.
Our Annual canned food drive to benefit St. Vincent’s House will begin November 1st and run through the morning of November 15th. Student Council will stock the shelves of St. Vincent’s House of Hope on November 15th with all canned goods received!
BOX TOP CLASSROOM COMPETITIONS
It’s time for those clipped Box Tops! Remember, Spirit Day = Box Top Day. Next Friday, November 2, the Box Tops will be counted to see which class collected the most to win! Who’s close to getting a picnic on the Garth, you ask?! Mrs. Jobe (PK4), Mrs. Shaffner (5th) and Mrs. Carpentier (6th) are leading their packs for the Fall competition. Keep them coming! And a big kudos to LaDale Rein (mom to Erin/Kinder & Ashley/3rd) for volunteering to help with the Box Top collection process.
Box Top Coordinator, Kristin O’Rourke
TES FALL CARNIVAL on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9th from 12:00-3:00 pm on the Garth!
It is time to order for the TES Fall Carnival! Entrance to the fall carnival will be via wristband ($20/each), the wristband will allow access to all booths and inflatables. (No tickets) You must purchase an additional wristband ($5) for access to the rock wall and game room. The 8th graders will be selling food as a fundraiser for their annual trip to Boston. BBQ sandwiches and baked potatoes may be purchased in advance, and additional carnival type food will be available for purchase during the carnival. The order form for wristbands and BBQ is attached and will be sent home in the Friday folders. All wristbands MUST be purchased in advance. Deadline for all orders is Friday, November 2, 2018. Parents do not need wristbands.
BISHOP HECTOR MONTEROSSA
WILL BE AT TRINITY CHURCH TO ADMINISTER THE SACRAMENTS OF BAPTISM AND CONFIRMATION
AT THE 10:30 AM SERVICE ON NOVEMBER 11
BAPTISM: We invite anyone of any age who have not been Baptized or has a child that you would like to have Baptized, to please register with the church office and complete the application form.
CONFIRMATION: Candidates for Confirmation must be in 6th grade through Adult. Confirmation classes will be offered this Saturday & next.
If you would you like to receive either or both sacraments please contact the church office (409.765.6317) as soon as possible.
Click HERE to donate to the Annual Fund through Paypal.
|OCTOBER 29th-NOV 2nd
MONDAY the 29th
Bring Friday Folders to School
K-8th Parents: SIGN & RETURN REPORT CARDS
TUESDAY the 30th
“From Head to Toe, I’m Drug-Free” – Crazy Hair/Crazy Socks with Chapel Dress – Green Shirt
WEDNESDAY the 31st
Choir Practice 3:00-4:15
THURSDAY the 1st
ALL SAINTS DAY
Chapel Dress – Jumpers/Plaid Skirt, Oxford Shirts, Boy’s Tie
FRIDAY the 2nd
“Team Up Against Drugs” – Team T-shirt or Jersey with Blue Jeans
SPIRIT DAY – moved to Nov 9th
S.P.A.R.Q. Training 3:00-4:00 (if you signed up)
Students wear costumes to school and have a Halloween Parade through the Lower & Middle School Campus on Oct 31st at 11:15 am. Parents are welcome to join us.
2nd – Donna Cucco, MS Lead Teacher
3rd – Patti Muniz, PK3 Teacher
16th – Anna Hyatt, MS Program Director
23rd – Theresa Pistone, Director of Technology
23rd – Katy Colvin, 4th Grade Teacher
Who was the infamous pirate who formed a settlement called Campeche on Galveston Island?
LAST WEEK: The first city in Texas to have a telephone installed was GALVESTON!! It was installed in the office of Colonel Belo, Founder of the Galveston Daily News, the oldest surviving newspaper in Texas, founded in 1842.