Thank you to everyone who joined us for Mass Tuesday and the Feast of St. Joseph. Thank you to Mrs. Seibert’s class for their leadership this week. Deacon O’Neill’s homily from this week uses an analogy of a present; we need to stay curious with God as we do presents.
Happy Easter! Congratulations to our students who joined the church at Easter: Drew Tietsort, Lucas Savola, Adyson Freckleton, Shiloh Van Bussum, and Eva Dutton.
3rd Quarter Report Cards
Third Quarter Grades are being printed today. Live grades can always be monitored and checked through Plus Portals (there is also a free app to check grades for phones (ParentPlus) and there is a free app for lunch accounts too (PayForIt); lunch accounts can also be checked through the web as well at PayForIt.net).
We do have some teachers out of the building, so their report cards will not go home until next week. Their report cards are complete and can be checked online, but these teachers will check the hard copies before we send them home: Cox, Gamboa, Weaver, and Wiebold.
Spring Means Shorts
As always, once we return from Spring break, students can being wearing uniform shorts again. As a reminder, no shorts are allowed on mass days. If you have any questions please refer to the Parent/Student Handbook.
Our upcoming weekend school Masses at St. John’s Cathedral are:
- Saturday, April 28 5 p.m. 1st Communion ( School Choir ) Cammann/Seidler
- Sunday, May 20 1 p.m. (Spanish Mass) Olivares
Bravely act like a Saint today!
We are blessed to have a loving and supportive community. As a Catholic community, we hold ourselves to a higher standard. When you see someone in our community going above and beyond leading by example and bravely acting like a saint, please let me know using the following link.