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MONSIGNOR J.J. O’BRIEN SCHOOL 99 Bridlewood Road S.W., Calgary, AB T2Y 4J5 Phone: (403) 500-2104 Fax: (403) 500-2304 Mr. T. Desautels, Principal Ms. A. Lyver, Vice Principal Mr. D. Weisensel, Assistant Principal www.cssd.ab.ca/msgrobrien This is our first newsletter of the year and it is being sent home on Friday September 14th, 2018. All future newsletters are sent home monthly on the first school day of each month. For your convenience, they are also posted on our website the same day. Newsletters contain up-to-date information and calendars and it is our hope that parents read them carefully and are aware of upcoming events. At any time you may also contact us at 403-500-2104. On behalf of all of the staff at Monsignor J.J. O’Brien School I would like to send out a big ‘Thank-You’ to all of our school community who supported us and assisted us with our school start up this year. We have 42 teachers, 14 support staff, 777 students, and many parent volunteers that walk through our doors every day. Our school is a bustling hub of activity, and a place where we take pride in teaching and learning. The support and assistance we receive from the school community certainly makes what we do easier. Our faith theme this school year is “Search and You Will Find”(Matthew 7:7) and throughout the year we will reference this theme and integrate it into classroom teachings. We officially introduced this theme to our students at our opening mass in the gym on September 13th, and will continue to make reference to it in many activities this school year. Please feel free to join us at our ‘Thanksgiving liturgy’ on October 5 th at 9:00am where we will continue to celebrate this theme with our students. As a Catholic school we have much to celebrate and much to be thankful for, and we look forward to another amazing school year. All of that being said, we are excited to begin another school year. We would like to welcome our new families, our new and returning teachers, and all who help make our school a true Catholic Community of Caring. This is a great school with great teachers in a great community. We are once again excited for the 2018 – 2019 school year. Mr. T. Desautels Principal
Monsignor J.J. O’Brien Staff List 2018-2019 Administration Tod Desautels Principal firstname.lastname@example.org Amanda Lyver Vice Principal email@example.com Dean Weisensel Assistant Principal firstname.lastname@example.org Division I Laurel Pardy KAM/KPM email@example.com Lisa McCluskey KAM firstname.lastname@example.org Jennifer Arkison 1A email@example.com Caroline Scott 1S firstname.lastname@example.org Nicole Chimenti 1C email@example.com Jennifer Morgan 2M firstname.lastname@example.org Lisa Turpin 2T email@example.com Melanie D’Sylva 2D firstname.lastname@example.org Kathy Lengert 3L email@example.com Julie Polczer 3P firstname.lastname@example.org Division II Cheryl Argento 4A email@example.com Melissa Harris 4H firstname.lastname@example.org Shannon Lemermeyer 4/5L email@example.com Katelyn Reghenas 5R firstname.lastname@example.org Monica Walz 5W email@example.com Dannielle Korol 6K firstname.lastname@example.org Candice Oliver 6O email@example.com Chris Toltesi 6T firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior High Robert Stroobant 7S email@example.com JR Boyle 7B firstname.lastname@example.org Brady Compton 7C CTS (shop) email@example.com Paula Hatton 7H CTS (Foods & Fashion) firstname.lastname@example.org Dan MacDonald 8M email@example.com Corey Palmer 8P firstname.lastname@example.org Alexandra Forsyth 8F email@example.com Peter Wing 8W firstname.lastname@example.org Philip Bird 9B email@example.com William Mosher 9M firstname.lastname@example.org Rui Reis 9R email@example.com Duarte Silva 9S firstname.lastname@example.org Erika Sterling Math email@example.com Linda St Gelais French firstname.lastname@example.org Darren Perizzolo JH PE, Social email@example.com Pamela Mosher Math, Art firstname.lastname@example.org Jennifer Wallace Elementary PE email@example.com Tamara Gordon Counsellor firstname.lastname@example.org Renee Mikkelson DL CT email@example.com Cindy Layzell DL firstname.lastname@example.org Donald Scott DL email@example.com Support Staff Roxanne Giesbrecht Administrative Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org Laurel Warawa Office Assistant email@example.com Janice Schmidt Office Assistant Janice.firstname.lastname@example.org Suma Mathew Librarian email@example.com Judy Bakalik Educational Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org Michela Surani Educational Assistant email@example.com Patricia (PJ) Dunphy Educational Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org Giuliana Perez Ed. Assistant/noon hour email@example.com
Evelyn Hammond Noon Hour Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org Yvonne Bauer Noon Hour Assistant email@example.com Honey Evans Noon Hour Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org Custodians Maria Painaga Head Caretaker email@example.com Henry Palma Night Caretaker firstname.lastname@example.org Adornado Garcia Night Caretaker email@example.com MY CHILD’S LEARNING – CURRICULUM INFORMATION AT A GLANCE Alberta is committed to creating an inclusive education system that inspires and enables all students to achieve success and fulfillment as engaged thinkers and ethical citizens, with an entrepreneurial spirit. Parents play an important role in shaping the way their children view learning. As a parent, you understand more than anyone else how your child learns and processes information. This resource will provide you with a better understanding of Alberta’s curriculum and related information for your child. This tool can help you discover what your child is learning, how they’re assessed and what resources are available to help them be successful from Kindergarten to Grade12. http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/mychildslearning/ BELL TIMES 2018-2019 8:20am - Morning Entrance Bell 12:00pm - Lunch Bell 12:43pm - Afternoon Entrance Bell 2:50pm - School – Wide Dismissal Bell We operate on a 6 day schedule consistent with all Calgary Catholic Schools.
SEPTEMBER CONVERSATIONS: Grades 1-9 We are once again pleased to be using the Monsignor J.J. O’Brien School Conference Manager to schedule Parent-Teacher conferences. Step 1 - Conference Manager Opens to Parents – Monday, September 17, 2018. You can simply access the Parent Login Page by going directly to https://obrien.schoolsoft.com Step 2 – Book your Parent-Teacher Conference Select the teachers with whom you want to book conference. You will see each teacher’s schedule. After booking your appointments you can print off your schedule. You will also receive an email containing the teacher’s name, time and location of the conference. You can log into the system at any time to view your bookings, print, cancel or re-schedule appointments. You have the option of submitting comments or questions to the teacher as part of the booking process. Step 3 – Attend Parent-Teacher Conferences Important Dates: Monday, Sept. 17, 2018 – Start scheduling your conference at 8:00am Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018– Conference Manager closes at 12:00pm Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018 - Conference times are 5:00pm – 8:00pm Friday, Sept. 21, 2018 - Conference times are 8:30am-11:30 & 1:00pm – 3:00pm If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the school at 403-500-2104. NEWSLETTERS All newsletters are sent home electronically to all provided and valid email addresses. If you have not already provided the school with an up-to-date email address please do so at your earliest convenience. Newsletters will be sent electronically on the first school day of each month and posted on our school website. If you do not receive your electronic version, please contact the office. If you require a paper copy, please contact the office to make arrangements to have one sent home with your child. ALLERGY ALERT As in the past, we at Monsignor J.J. O’Brien School try to ensure a safe school environment for all students. This includes students who have severe, life-threatening allergies to peanuts, cashews, almonds, tree nuts, etc. Because of these risks, we are requesting NUT FREE snacks for students. Please read labels and take note of peanuts and nuts listed when you prepare snacks for the class or send in packaged snacks. Many foods contain nuts, peanuts or sesame and products, such as peanut and sesame oil. If your child is diagnosed with an allergy or medical condition anytime during the school year, it is essential that you inform the school.
MONITORING STUDENT CONDUCT ON BUSES As we begin a new school year, it’s important to reflect on how students are expected to behave when on the bus traveling to and from school. As you likely know, our main bus carriers have had a difficult time hiring and retaining enough drivers to cover all of our routes. The Calgary Catholic School District wants to ensure that inappropriate student behavior isn’t contributing to this challenge. The district’s Student Conduct for bus regulation contains protocols for students to follow while travelling on district provided transportation in order to ensure a safe and secure environment for riders and drivers. Adhering to these guidelines is an important way to foster a positive atmosphere on the buses for students and drivers. Please keep in mind: • The driver has full control of the bus and the driver’s directions must be obeyed. • While on the bus, students must conduct themselves in a quiet and courteous manner, showing consideration for the comfort and safety of others. • Scuffling, fighting, smoking, and the use of inappropriate language on the bus are prohibited. • Students must not distract the bus driver or move about the bus while it is in motion. Sitting on the bus seat facing forward is what provides protection to students if the bus has to stop quickly. • Continued student violation of rules for conduct on school buses may lead to loss of riding privileges or further disciplinary action. Principals determine the consequences. • It is also important that parents be aware of their own behavior around bus drivers, especially in front of children. • Bus companies do not permit adults to board the bus for safety reasons. The bus driver does not necessarily know if the adult is a parent of a child on the bus or not, so they are trained to not allow adults on the bus. • Parents should communicate any issues with a bus driver through the school principal or vice principal. • School staff are responsible for cultivating a positive relationship with the school bus drivers. If there are issues which would benefit from consultation with the district’s Transportation department, the principal or vice-principal is invited to contact the transportation manager or other department staff. If everyone keeps these guidelines in mind, it will make for a pleasant, safe and secure environment in which to transport students to and from school. Cell Phone Usage Cell phones in the classroom can be a great tool for learning. Many students use them as a dictionary, calculator or to access content from Bright Space. However, in the past they have been a great distraction for our students. Many of our students are accessing apps such as Snapchat, Instagram and texting friends during class time instead of listening and working. We would like to remind students that the use of cellphones in the classroom is at the discretion of each teacher. Teachers will be reviewing cell phone expectations with each of their classes. However, Snapchat, taking selfies and texting friends are not appropriate in any class. The expectation is that students are listening and working on assigned work. Those students using their cellphone inappropriately will have it taken away by the teacher. If a cellphone is taken away 3 times for inappropriate use, the student will no longer be able to have it in class and the phone must remain in their locker. We are asking for parents to support us in this by talking to your children about appropriate use. If you need to get in touch with your child during the day for emergency purposes you can always phone the office at 403-500-2104. We will pass the message along, as students may not be able to view or text you back during class time. Students can check for messages at nutrition
break and lunchtime. Thank you for your support as we strive to provide the best possible learning environment for your child. Celebrating Birthdays Birthdays are an exciting day for young ones and they often want to share their birthday celebrations with classmates. We would ask that celebrations are done at home, or another location, but not at school. Parents have raised concerns about nutrition and healthy eating habits, and in keeping with our District’s healthy eating directives, we ask that parents do not send any birthday treats for classes this year. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. Student Absences Students are expected to be on time for school. A parent must notify the office before 8:20 am. or 12:43 p.m. when a child is absent or late. If a parent has not informed the school, our automated calling system will call all phone numbers we have on file until we receive confirmation that the call has been received. As some parents find this rather annoying we request that you call us prior to these times. Feel free to use the school answering machine to leave a message leaving the reason for absence. Thank you in advance. Parking - “Safety over Convenience!” Parking at Monsignor J.J. O’Brien School has been and will continue to be a source of concern for all of us – administration, staff, parents and visitors. We have approximately 65 staff and only 44 parking stalls. Some school personnel and all volunteers and visitors will be required to park on the side streets. Please take care to park in designated spots as some areas are bus stops and drop off areas only. On behalf of the staff we again ask that you do not use the staff parking lot as a drop off or pick up area for your child, as the safety of your child is at stake. We also ask that you do not stop in the middle of the road to drop off a child. Please take the time to pull to the side of the road, (not the crosswalk) before your child gets out of the car. Student Medications Parents are asked to inform the school as soon as possible of any medical concerns regarding their child. School personnel are not authorized to administer any medication without the approval of our District office. Therefore, should your child require medication during the day, please contact the school so that an Administration of Medication to Students form may be sent home to be completed by you and your child’s physician. Please contact your child’s homeroom teacher or our Assistant Principal Dean Weisensel (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have not yet received these forms. Thank you for your cooperation. We appreciate your understanding and support in meeting these important accommodations. We anticipate a safe and healthy school year for all of our students. Thank you!
From the Counsellor 2018-2019 Dear Parents and Guardians, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself, my name is Tamara Gordon and I’m the new School Counselor at JJ O’Brien. I am so happy to be here and to be a part of such a wonderful school and community! As the Counselor, I have the privilege to work with every single student in the school. My primary responsibility is to promote the academic, personal, and social development of all students. I look forward to offering support to the students, staff, families and community. Ms. Browne has expressed that it was a pleasure serving the students and their family, and extend a warm goodbye. I look forward to getting to know you and your children! Please feel free to call me, or stop in so that we may meet face to face. Kindest Regards, Tamara Gordon email@example.com RECYLING The district is providing single stream recycling to all school sites; which include paper, cardboard, plastics, glass, and metal. The school has received a large blue bin for recyclable materials (paper, cardboard, plastics, glass, and metal). The procedures for recycling at the school will be the following: - Each class will be responsible for sending their recycling (paper, cardboard, plastics, glass and metal) regularly to the large blue bin . Each class will be responsible for emptying their recycling in the blue bin that is located in the school. - At lunch, students will be asked to put their juice boxes (bottle containers) and recyclable waste (large blue bin) into respective recycling bins. We will be looking for classes/groups to take on this recycling initiative. - Bottle recycling containers will be distributed around the building. - The key philosophy is to reduce the total amount of material being sent to landfill and reducing out impact overall at Monsignor JJ O’Brien. Lions Athletics - Junior High PE JJOB’s Junior High Physical Education is underway now. We will be starting our first units this week. Students will be participating in Volleyball and Cross Country. Students are reminded to bring appropriate gym strip as this is a requirement in Phys. Ed. Due to some of our classes taking place outside, please pay attention to the weather forecast on a daily basis and dress accordingly. Course outlines will be posted on D2L once it is up and running for the year. Your Junior High Phys. Ed. Team
Terry Fox Run Msgr. J.J. O’Brien’s Terry Fox Run will be held on Thursday, September 27th. We are currently looking at new routes for each Division (K-3, 4-6, and 7-9). A permission slip and letter with all of the confirmed details will be sent home soon. We will need the help of parent volunteers so please circle this date on your calendars. Please keep an eye on the weather forecast and dress appropriately for the conditions. We look forward to honoring Terry Fox’s legacy within our JJOB Community. For further information about Terry Fox and his Marathon of Hope, please visit the website below. www.terryfox.org PICTURE DAY September 28, 2018 RETAKE DAY October 26, 2018 The envelope your child will bring home from school approximately 10 days after photo day will contain your child’s proofs and important order information. Your completed photo order must be returned to the school your child attends by the “IMPORTANT ORDER DUE DATE” stamped in red on the order portion of the form. Mail LATE ORDERS directly to Lifetouch Canada Inc. or call 1.866.443.9648 to place the order over the phone. IF YOU REQUIRE A RETAKE, CHECK THE BOX ON THE ORDER FORM, SIGN IT AND HAVE YOUR CHILD RETURN IT THE TO THE PHOTOGRAPHER ON RETAKE DAY November 26, 2018. Please contact Lifetouch if you have questions regarding proof order forms and picture packages. Lifetouch Canada Inc. - 1.866.443.9648 Student Accident Insurance Welcome back! I hope you enjoyed your summer making memories with family & friends. You may be wondering where your student accident enrolment (Kids Plus) forms are? Good news … everything is on our district website now! https://www.cssd.ab.ca/Parents/StudentAccidentInsurance/Pages/default.aspx Here is where you will find a copy of our Student Accident Insurance policy (available to all students – with the exception of international / exchange students). You will also find a copy of the claims form, our policy number and contact information for the insurance company. Here is a link to the marketing resources available for your use. https://www.kidsplus.ca/resources
Dental Information – Grade 1 Families Alberta Dental Association and College's (ADA&C) Start School Smiling campaign! Start School Smiling is designed to promote dental health to all Grade One students. Volunteer ADA&C member dentists will provide a free examination, with bitewing x-rays if needed, from September 15 to October 31, 2018. There is no cost to participate in Start School Smiling — simply book an exam for your Grade One child with a participating practice from September 15 to October 31, 2018. Go to the following link to find participating dental offices in your area. www.dentalhealthalberta.ca/index/Pages/start-school-smiling- campaign-5423 St. Patrick’s Church Used Toy & Kid’s Clothing Sale Saturday, October 13, 2018 11am - 2 pm 1414 Shawnessy Blvd. SW Admission $1.00 (children and seniors FREE) Strollers welcome after 12pm please For more information or table registration call Lara (403) 988-2252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Check us out on Facebook: St. Patrick's Used Toy & Kid's Clothing Sale Thank you for your consideration of our request! Aeron Lucas Tesarek St. Patrick's Parent & Tot Group
Saint Patrick's Church 1414 Shawnessy Blvd. S.W., Calgary, AB T2Y 2L7 Phone: 403-254-6878 Fax: 403- 256-0963 e-mail: email@example.com FIRST RECONCILIATION and FIRST EUCHARIST 2019 For children in Grade 2 and up (as of September 2018) who are baptized Roman Catholic and who live within St. Patrick’s boundaries (South of Fish Creek & West of Bow River) Registration • ** NEW THIS YEAR Children in Grade 2 and up will register for both First Reconciliation and First Eucharist. Children must prepare for and receive First Reconciliation before First Eucharist. ** NEW THIS YEAR Parent and child must attend ALL sessions and the retreat. Registration begins Friday, June 29th. The registration deadline is Friday, September 14th. • Complete the attached registration form and return it with a copy of your child’s Roman Catholic baptism certificate, a copy of your child’s birth certificate and the registration fee of $50 to the Parish Office (cash or cheque, cheque payable to St. Patrick’s Parish). Parish office summer hours: June 19 to August 10 Tuesday to Friday 9:30 am to 1 pm Parish office normal hours resume Monday August 13: Monday to Friday 9:30 am to 4:30 pm • Additional registration forms are available from the Parish Office or beside the bulletin board near the Parish Office. Due to the number of parents and children involved, we offer two sets. You must choose Set #1 OR Set #2. Registrations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis to a maximum of 110 children per set. Set #1 Set #2 Parent Information Tues. Sept 25 6:00 pm In Tues. Sept. 25 6:00 pm In Session the church the church Welcome Weekend Sat. Oct. 13/ Sun. Oct. 14 Sat. Oct. 13/ Sun. Oct. 14 Attend any mass Attend any mass First Reconciliation Session 1 Sat. October 20 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. October 20 11:30 am – 1 pm Session 2 Sat. November 10 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. November 10 11:30 am – 1 pm Session 3 Sat. December. 1 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. December 1 11:30 am – 1 pm Session 4 Sat. January 12 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. January 12 11:30 am – 1 pm Retreat Sat. January 26 9 am – 10:10 am Sat. January 26 11:30 am – 1 pm Celebration Fri. February 8 6 pm Sat. February 9 10 am First Eucharist Session 1 Sat. February 23 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. February 23 11:30 am – 1 pm Session 2 Sat. March 9 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. March 9 11:30 am – 1 pm Session 3 Sat. April 13 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. April 13 11:30 am – 1 pm Session 4 Sat. May 4 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. May 4 11:30 am – 1 pm Due to the number of parents and children involved, we offer three sets for the First Eucharist Retreat and First Eucharist Celebration. You must also choose Set A OR Set B OR Set C for you and your child to attend (maximum of 85 each set).
Set A Set B Set C Retreat Sat. May 25 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. May 25 11:30 am – 1pm Sat. May 25 2pm – 3:30 pm Celebration of First Sat. June 1 2 pm Sat. June 8 2 pm Sat. June 15 2 pm Eucharist St. Patrick’s Parish FIRST RECONCILIATION and FIRST EUCHARIST 2019 Registration Form Return this form with a copy of your child’s Roman Catholic baptism certificate, a copy of your child’s birth certificate and the registration fee of $50 to St. Patrick’s Parish Office, 1414 Shawnessy Blvd. S.W., before Friday, September 14, 2018. No late registrations will be accepted. PLEASE PRINT ____________________________ ____________________________________________ Candidate's Last Name (as on birth certificate) Candidate’s First & Middle Name(s) (as on birth certificate) ____________________________________________ Father's First, Middle & Last Name (as on birth certificate) Mother's First, Middle & Maiden Name (as on birth certificate) _____________________________________________________________________________________ Address (include the postal code) Home phone: Daytime phone: _________________________________ School: ___________________________________ Grade: _______ Male / Female (circle one) (as of Sept. 2018) Candidate’s Date of Birth (Month/Day/Year): _____________________________________ Candidate’s Place of Birth (City/Province/Country): _______________________________________________ Parent’s E-mail address: ____________________________________________________________ (for reminder notices) Parent and child will be attending: Set # 1 Set # 2 (circle one) AND we will be attending retreat and celebration: Set A Set B Set C (circle one) PARENTAL CONSENT: I give permission to St. Patrick’s Parish to inform the Catholic school my child attends that my child has received the Sacrament of the Eucharist. PARENT’S Signature:
Saint Patrick's Church 1414 Shawnessy Blvd. S.W., Calgary, AB T2Y 2L7 Phone: 403-254-6878 Fax: 403- 256-0963 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org FIRST RECONCILIATION 2019 - INFORMATION St. Patrick’s Parish invites students in Grade 3 and up (as of September 2018) who have received First Eucharist are baptized Roman Catholic and live within St. Patrick’s boundaries (South of Fish Creek & West of Bow River) to prepare for and celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time. In the Sacrament of Reconciliation our sins are forgiven and we receive God’s grace. Registration • ** NEW THIS YEAR Parent and child must attend ALL sessions and the retreat. • Registration begins Friday, June 29th. The registration deadline is Friday, September 14th. • Complete the attached First Reconciliation Registration form and return it with the registration fee of $25 to the Parish Office (cash or cheque, cheque payable to St. Patrick’s Parish). Parish office summer hours: June 19 to August 10 Tuesday to Friday 9:30 am to 1 pm. Parish office normal hours resume Monday August 13: Monday to Friday 9:30 am to 4:30 pm • Additional registration forms are available from the Parish Office or beside the bulletin board near the Parish Office. Parent Information Session: Thursday, September 27th at 6:00pm Parents must attend this information session to receive their child’s book and learn about the preparation sessions for the parent and child. IF YOU DO NOT attend, your child’s First Reconciliation will be deferred. Preparation Sessions, Retreat and Celebration of First Reconciliation Due to the number of parents and children involved, we offer two sets. Parent and child will attend one SET consisting of 4 preparation sessions, a Retreat and a Celebration of the Sacrament. Choose the Set you and your child will attend on the registration form. Registrations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis to a maximum of 110 candidates per set. PLEASE KEEP THIS PAGE FOR REFERENCE. For further information contact: Mary Rowan or Sofia Balcorta 403-254-6878 ext 102
Set #3 Set #4 Session 1 Sat. October 27 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. October 27 11:30 am – 1 pm Session 2 Sat. November 17 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. November 17 11:30 am – 1 pm Session 3 Sat. December 8 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. December 8 11:30 am – 1 pm Session 4 Sat. January 19 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. January 19 11:30 am – 1 pm Retreat Sat. February 2 9 am – 10:30 am Sat. February 2 11:30 am – 1 pm Celebration Tues. February 5 6:00 pm Tues. February 12 6:00 pm St. Patrick’s Parish FIRST RECONCILIATION 2019 Registration Form For children in Grade 3 and up (as of September 2018) who have received First Eucharist Return this form, along with the registration fee of $25 (cash or cheque only) to St. Patrick’s Parish Office, 1414 Shawnessy Blvd. S.W., before Friday, September 14, 2018. No late registrations will be accepted. PLEASE PRINT ____________________________ ____________________________________________ Candidate's Last Name (as on birth certificate) Candidate’s First & Middle Name(s) (as on birth certificate) ____________________________________________ Father's First, Middle & Last Name (as on birth certificate) Mother's First, Middle & Maiden Name (as on birth certificate) _____________________________________________________________________________________ Address (include the postal code) Home phone: Daytime phone: _________________________________ School: ___________________________________ Grade: _______ Male / Female (circle one) (as of Sept. 2018) Candidate’s Date of Birth (Month/Day/Year): _____________________________________ Candidate’s Place of Birth (City/Province/Country): _______________________________ Parent’s E-mail address: ____________________________________________________________ (for reminder notices) Candidate has received First Eucharist: Yes / No (circle one) Parent AND child will attend one SET to receive the Sacrament. Parent and child will be attending: Set #3 Set #4 (circle one)
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