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LOURDES UPDATE Our Lady of Lourdes Regional School 2001 Clinton Avenue Coal Township, PA 17866 570-644-0375 SCHOOL NEWS
What’s Happening This Week May 3rd - May 7th Monday, May 3rd Race for Education Pre-K & K @ 9:30 am-1&2 @ 1:00pm Tuesday, May 4th Race for Education 7 & 8 @ 9:00 am-3&4 @ 1:00pm Wednesday, May 5th Race for Education HS @ 9:00 am-3&4 @ 1:00pm Senior Exams Thursday, May 6th Rain Date for Race for Education Senior Exams Friday, May 7th Rain Date for Race for Education Senior Exams ACT 80 Day - Dismissal @ 12:15 High School Choir Concert @ 7:00 pm What’s For Lunch Cost: Paid $2.50(7-12) - FREE Paid $2.25 (K-8) - FREE Monday, May 3rd Chicken Fajitia, Steamed Rice, Steamed Vegetables, Fruit & Milk (Pre-K-12) Tuesday, May 4th Pasta W/Meatballs, Dinner Roll, Steamed Vegetable, Fruit,Milk (Pre-K- 12) Wednesday, May 5th Pork BBQ, French Fries, Steamed Vegetables,,Fruit & Milk (Pre-K-12) Thursday, May 6th Beef Taco’s, Steamed Rice, Steamed Vegetable, Fruit & Milk (Pre-K-12) Friday, May 7th Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Tomato Soup, Steamed Vegetable, Fruit & Milk (Pre-K-12)
ACT 80 Days – Fridays will be an ACT 80 Day until further notice! Class of 2021 The Our Lady of Lourdes Class of 2021 originally had a purse bingo scheduled, due to COVID-19 we were not able to hold the event. Please support the class as they raffle chances off for designer purses such as Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Coach and many other prizes. As purses sell out we will be uploading more, so stay tuned!! Please share with all your family & friends & thank you in advance for your support!! Please visit Our Lady of Lourdes Class of 2021 Facebook Page for all the information on the chances for the Designer Purses. https://checkout.square.site/merchant/MLXHK00J9R2EM/checkout/VM52GGS2S4BLRTL2ZGOFXUGG https://checkout.square.site/buy/WFF4XKXWKVANUPUOAOV7M7QB https://checkout.square.site/merchant/MLXHK00J9R2EM/checkout/Q73YLZHCWRU5E5D2V5RRSU5T
April Calendar Winners 4-1 Andrea Baez #065 $100.00 4-2 Kera Gibbs #665 $25.00 4-3 No Winner #565 $25.00 4-4 Heather Ferrari #982 $100.00 4-5 Maggie Cox #912 $25.00 4-6 Claire Holleran #174 $25.00 4-7 No Winner #462 $25.00 4-8 Grace Nichols #093 $25.00 4-9 Sister Eilleen McGuigan #580 $25.00 4-10 Lisa Toccket #612 $25.00 4-11 Pat Dorman #806 $25.00 4-12 Michelle Shimko #584 $25.00 4-13 No Winner #305 $50.00 4-14 Mary Ann Delorso #071 $25.00 4-15 Rita Seenkiewicz #404 $25.00 4-16 Barbara Evert #337 $25.00 4-17 Pam #779 $25.00 4-18 Mrs. Scalia #640 $25.00 4-20 Dorothy Randall #792 $25.00 4-21 No Winner #571 $25.00 4-22 George Weaver #823 $25.00 4-23 No Winner #606 $25.00 4-24 Sister Mo #535 $50.00 4-25 Jonathan Pizzoli #339 $25.00 4-26 Shirely Mann #733 $50.00 4-27 Sister Lisa #038 $25.00 4-28 No Winner #122 $25.00 4-29 Kelly Grabowski #158 $25.00
Sports Banquet This years Sports Banquet will be held in Lourdes Cafeteria for Seniors Only due to the recommendations and restrictions of COVID!
May Monthly Calendar Date Day Event/Activity Saturday, May 1st Junior/Senior Prom Monday, May 3rd 3 Race for Education Pre-K & K @ 9:30 AM – 1&2 @ 1:00 PM Tuesday, May 4th 4 Race for Education 7&8 @ 9:00 AM – 3&4 @ 1:00 PM Wednesday, May 5th 5 Race for Education High School @ 9:00 AM – 5&6 @ 1:00 PM Senior Exams Thursday, May 6th 6 Rain Date for Race for Education Senior Exams Friday, May 7th 1-SS Rain Date for Race for Education AM Senior Exams ACT 80 Day – Dismissal @ 12:15 High School Choir Concert @ 7:00 PM Monday, May 10th 2 Senior Make-Up Exams Last Day of Classes for Seniors $2.00 Dress Down – Grades Pre-K through 12 Tuesday, May 11th 3 Seniors – No School Wednesday, May 12th 4 Seniors – No School Thursday, May 13th 5 Ascension Thursday Liturgy @ 9:30 Seniors – Practice for Baccalaureate Friday, May 14th 6-SS Seniors – Practice for May Crowning & Baccalaureate PM ACT 80 Day – Dismissal @ 12:15 Sunday, May 16th Sports Banquet @ 2:00 at Lourdes Cafeteria – Seniors Only Monday, May 17th 1 Seniors – Graduation Practice Tuesday, May 18th 2 Seniors – Graduation Practice Wednesday, May 19th 3 Senior Breakfast Baccalaureate Mass @ 7:00 pm in gymnasium Thursday, May 20th 4 High School Graduation @ 7:00 pm in gymnasium Friday, May 21st NO SCHOOL Monday, May 24th 5 School Wide May Crowning Tuesday, May 25th 6 Final Exams – Grades 9 through 11 Kindergarten Last Day - Kindergarten Graduation @ 6:30 in gymnasium Wednesday, May 26th 1 Final Exams – Grades 9 through 11 Thursday, May 27th 2 Final Exams – Grades 9 through 11 th 6 Grade Last Day - Step-Up Ceremony @ 6:30 pm in gymnasium
Friday, May 28th 3 Elementary Awards & Report Cards – Sent Home with Students ACT 80 Day – Dismissal @ 12:15 Monday, May 31st Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL Tuesday, June 1st Knoebel’s Day – Students report directly to Knoebel’s Last Day of School!! May 2021 Lottery Calendars are on sale now!
Calendars are $5 and they make great gifts. The winning numbers are based on the evening drawing at 7PM. All proceeds benefit Our Lady of Lourdes School. Contact the main office for your calendars or send in the slip below to the office. Name ________________________________________________ No. of lottery calendars _______ Phone Number ___________________________________For Office Use: #’s sent: _______________________________________________________________ weis4school
Gertrude Hawk Candy Bars If you would like to make an order for the Gertrude Hawk Candy Bars please complete the form below and send in with your child. Mrs. Mack will place an order when enough is ordered. The Candy Bars will be sent home with your child when they are delivered to the school Please send a box of 48 Candy bars to: Student Name_________________ Grade________________ Parent Signature__________________________________ You may print this out and send into school if you are interested in selling the Gertrude Hawk candy bars.
BOYER’S CARING & SHARING REBATE PROGRAM Dear Parents and Friends of OLOL Regional School, Our Lady of Lourdes participates in the Boyer’s Caring and Sharing Rebate Program. If you shop at Boyer’s Market and do not have a key tag, we have additional key tags. When you scan the tag at the checkout, our school will receive 1% cashback on your purchases. This has been a great support to Lourdes, and we appreciate all those who use their Lourdes key tags at Boyer’s. If you need a key tag for you or a family member, please fill in the form below and we will send it with your child. Additional key tags can also be picked up at the Tuition Sense Office. REQUEST FOR BOYER’S KEY TAGS Return to Development Office via child’s teacher. Name: _______________________________________ Child’s Name __________________________________ Room ______ Circle the number of Key Tags needed: 1 or 2
2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR TUITION PreK $2950.00 More than one in PreK $100 discount EACH (ie.twins) Single Elementary Student K-8 $2650.00 Single High School Student Grades 9-12 $4150.00 Multiple Student Family Scholarship 2 Elementary $625 3 Elementary $1250 4 Elementary $1875 2 High School $1075 1HS + 1 Elementary $625 1HS + 2 Elementary $1250 1HS + 3 Elementary $1875 2HS + 1 Elementary $1700 2HS + 2 Elementary $1925 No Discount if Second Child is in Pre-K
BIO-MED PROGRAM Our Lady of Lourdes Regional School Biomedical Science Program Application Process Our Lady of Lourdes Regional School Biomedical Science Program Mission Statement: The mission of Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Biomedical Science Program is to cultivate students’ intrinsic motivation in the learning environment, to prepare students with an excellent foundation in the natural sciences, and to facilitate the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to enter undergraduate programs in biomedical, healthcare fields and beyond. Our Lady of Lourdes Regional School Biomedical Science Core Values: We have a passion for: LEARNING EXPLORATION ACCOUNTABILITY CREATIVITY & INNOVATION CRITICAL THINKING COMMUNITY INTEGRITY EXCELLENCE The Biomedical Science Program Application is available. The application deadline is Friday May 10, 2019. Please be sure to gather all necessary information PRIOR to completing this application. It is recommended that students have your essay prepared PRIOR to filling out the application. In the essay
students are to explain why they would like to be in the Biomedical Sciences Program. Include goals, interests, and why the applicant anticipates being successful in the Biomedical Science Program. The parent/guardian of the applicant must provide their endorsement at the conclusion of the application. Announcements of acceptance into the Biomed program will be made in May. To access the form: https://forms.gle/6CbKGXYudrqfwqdA6 Contact: Amy Polites Feese, RDN, LDN OLOL Biomedical Science Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Boxtops for This year, our school will be participating in the BoxTops for education program. My name is Amanda Rumberger. I'm thrilled to be the Boxtop Education coordinator for Our Lady of Lourdes. Clipping Boxtops is an easy way to help our school to buy its needs. Boxtops are each worth 10 cents and they quickly add up to real cash for our school. This school year, our school's earning goal is $1000.00. To help our school, just look for pink Boxtops on products, clip them, and send them to school. For more information on the Boxtops products for education program, including a list of participating products and our school's progress, visit www.BTFE.com. Be sure to become a member to receive exclusive coupons and recipes and learn about extra ways for our school to earn. I hope you're excited with everything we can do with this year with Boxtops! If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me at, 570-4923102 or email@example.com. I'm here to make our school's Boxtops for education program a huge success this year. Thanks for Your Help! Amanda Rumberger
Reporting Procedures The following procedures are followed at Our Lady of Lourdes Regional School if any threat is made verbally or on the internet by a student: 1. Parents/Guardian is called. 2. Student is suspended until the student has seen a mental health professional. 3. The student may return to school with a note from the mental health professional that states the student is not a threat to themselves or anyone else. 4. The police are notified. 5. Children and Youth are notified. 6. The Diocese of Harrisburg is called and informed. Tuition Sense Just a reminder to purchase your tuition sense for all your needs. Send in all the information with your child and the gift cards will be sent home with him/her! Any questions, please call Mrs. Bucanelli @ 570-644-0375 ext.116
CODE OF CHRISTIAN CONDUCT The Catholic Church and this Catholic School recognize parents as the primary educators of their children and that the education of students is a partnership between parents and the school. The students' interest in receiving a quality, morally based education can be served if students, parents and school officials work together. Our school is committed to providing an environment that educates, nurtures, and supports students according to the basic Christian principles of charity and love of neighbor. Everyone involved in the development of children and youth— parents/guardians, teachers, administrators, family and friends—is expected to behave in accordance with these principles. It shall be an express condition of enrollment that the students behave in a manner, both on and off campus that is consistent with the Christian principles of the school. These principles include, but are not limited to, the policies, principles or procedures set forth in our school’s handbooks. It shall also be expected that the parents/guardians of a student follow the standards of conduct that are consistent with the Christian principles of the school. These principles include, but are not limited to the policies, principles or procedures set forth in our school’s handbooks. Our codes of conduct for members of our school community were developed to promote a learning environment based on reverence, respect, discipline, responsibility and excellence. As a partnership, we all need to understand the importance of a good working relationship. In most cases, differences can be resolved. In some rare instances, however, if, in the opinion of the administration, the partnership is irretrievably broken because of the severe nature of the conduct, the school reserves the right to disenroll a family. The purpose of this policy then is to provide a reminder to all members of the community of the expected conduct, so that we may continue to thrive, progress and achieve in an atmosphere of mutual understanding and respect. Our Christian principles provide that all members of our school community:
● Work courteously and cooperatively with the school to assist the student in meeting the school’s academic, moral, and behavioral expectations ● Communicate and respectfully express concerns about the school operation and its personnel in a constructive and Christian manner within an appropriate setting In order to support a Christian and safe school environment, the following behaviors are inconsistent with the Christian principles of the school and, therefore, are unacceptable: ● Physically or verbally intimidating a member of the school community ● Defamatory, offensive or derogatory comments regarding the school or any of the students/parent/staff at the school on any social media sites (Any concerns are to be addressed through the appropriate channels) ● Abusive and/ or threatening electronic, written or verbal communication ● Disruptive behavior which interferes or threatens to interfere with the operation of the classroom, office, or any other area of the school property
Community Aid Clothing Bin We are pleased to inform you that we now have a Community Aid Clothing Collection Bin here at Lourdes. It is located to the far right as you enter the parking lot. Community Aid is a faith-based non-profit registered charity with the primary purpose of raising funds for distribution to non-profit charitable organizations. We will be paid by the pound for everything we collect here at Lourdes. You may bring the following items: clothing, shoes, blankets, bedding, linens, accessories (belts, scarves, hats),and draperies. They do not want any household "hard" items such as lamps or coffee makers. Just soft items, shoes, and accessories. They sell the donated clothing in their thrift stores located on the strip in Selinsgrove (the old Value City building) and Mechanicsburg. All items will be sold at the most affordable price to allow our neighbors a place where they can shop for their families. We will also be receiving some clothing vouchers after the first quarter to issue to those who need a "helping hand." If you are in need, please let us know. The bins will be serviced regularly as we do not want them to get overloaded. Start cleaning out your closets and dropping off your unwanted goods as soon as possible. Thank you for your support of Lourdes Regional School! Sincerely, Jacqueline O. Kerris Director of Development
Important Information Please visit the Lourdes Website @ www.lourdes.k12.pa.us for important information concerning the first week of school along with other news. We would like to at some point have all communications go through either the email and or website. FRIENDLY REMINDERS: YELLOW LINED PARKING SPACES ARE DESIGNATED TEACHER SPACES. WHEN VISITING THE SCHOOL, KINDLY REFRAIN FROM PARKING IN THOSE AREAS. ALL VISITORS MUST REPORT DIRECTLY TO THE MAIN OFFICE. PLEASE DO NOT GO TO YOUR CHILD’S CLASSROOM. IF YOUR CHILD WILL BE LEAVING EARLY FOR AN APPOINTMENT, A NOTE MUST BE GIVEN IN ADVANCE TO HIS/HER HOMEROOM TEACHER (GRADES PK-6) OR TO THE ATTENDANCE OFFICE (GRADES 7-12). ABSENTEE CALLS HIGH SCHOOL & ELEMENTAYR ATTENDANCE: PLEASE CALL EXTENSION #005 BOX TOPS, AND EMPTY CARTRIDGES (INKJET OR TONER) MAY BE DROPPED OFF IN THE MAIN OFFICE.
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