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St. Adelaide Academy

Catholic Schools Week   1/28 -2/3, 2018

“Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.”

Sunday: (9:00 am Mass) Please support St. Adelaide Academy by attending Mass. Students will wear Mass attire. Students will get free dress passes to use next week. Book Fair will be open in the teacher’s work area south of the school office after Mass.

Monday: “Faith Day”

Teachers will lead a faith activity within the classroom to reflect on the theme for Catholic Schools Week.  Book Fair will be open from 9-12 and 2:45-3:30.

Tuesday: “Parent Appreciation Day” and “SOUPer Bowl Day”

Coffee with the Principal from 8-9am in the staff lounge.  Students will wear their favorite team’s jersey or shirt in exchange for donating a can of soup to the Parish Pantry.

Book Fair will be open from 9-12 and 2:45-3:30.

Wednesday: “Cultural Awareness Day”

Students will dress in cultural attire, and bring items related to their culture and heritage. Students and parents will provide food and drink from their ethnic and cultural backgrounds to be shared among grade-levels. Songs and prayers of multiple languages will accompany this celebration. Lunch from 11:30-1:00

Book Fair will be open from 9-12 and 2:45-3:30.

Thursday: “Student Appreciation/Career Day”

Various professions will be represented in our Career Fair from 9-11 in the Parish Center. Students are encouraged to dress in their desired profession. Students will not have homework. We have a Round Table fundraiser from 4-close.

Book Fair will be open from 9-12 and 2:45-3:30.

Friday: “Staff/Faculty Appreciation Day”

Please join us for Mass at 8:15. Please find a way to recognize and show your appreciation for our school staff and faculty. The PTG will be providing lunch for our school staff. This is a minimum day.

Saturday: Diocesan Catholic Schools Week Banquet

Rosa Soto will be recognized as our “Volunteer of the Year”. We thank her for running our Scrip Program, serving as 8th grade room parent, as well as the countless ways she supports our school.

Throughout the week, teachers will incorporate the theme into curriculum.

We will kick off our coupon app fundraiser this week.

 

 

Did you know we have an increasing number of students who are allergic to peanuts? The allergy can become worse with each episode. The allergic reaction may come when ingesting peanuts or touching something a person with peanuts has touched. The usual reaction for severe allergy is anaphylactic shock. We will have epi-pens on campus. We would like to avoid having peanut products at school as there may be other students who this allergy that have not been diagnosed. How can you help our students? Please do not send peanut butter to school or anything that is peanut-based. We strongly suggest you look at each item you purchase for your child to see if peanuts is listed in boldface on the ingredients. Most products are changing because of the increase of peanut allergies in the general population. The school lunch program does have a peanut butter sandwich offered twice a month.  There is nothing we can do about that. We contract our lunch program with the San Bernardino City Unified School District and unfortunately they do include the peanut butter sandwich.

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