From the Desk of the Principal: January Newsletter

01-01-2018NewslettersMs. Mary Beth Zentner

Happy New Year and Welcome to 2018!

I hope you have had a wonderful, restful Christmas Holiday. As we begin the second half of the school year, we have much to look forward to as the New Year commences.

Our 8th grade will be taking their graduation photos on January 9th – there is nothing like cap and gown pictures to realize graduation is just around the corner for our oldest Crusaders!

Our candy fundraiser continues this month through January 17th. Remember each child earns 2 free dress passes for each box sold.

We will be looking forward to Catholic School’s Week, which occurs beginning January 28th, with an Open House kickoff that Sunday from 9AM –Noon. The week will be full of fun activities and service projects that focus on the theme for this year: “Catholic Schools: Learn, Serve, Lead, Succeed. Look for more information to come in early January.

The 8th Grade’s biggest fundraiser takes place on Saturday, January 20th.  Come support them in the fundraising efforts for their Disneyland trip at PASTA NIGHT! Who doesn’t like some tasty pasta and garlic bread?  We hope to see everyone there for this wonderful family event starting at 5PM.

The Diocesan Spelling Bee takes place on Tuesday, January 23rd at Bishop Gorman High School.  Come support our participants at the event which begins at 3:30 in the theatre. 

After-school activities continue this month, with girls’ basketball beginning, choir, Spanish and Engineering is Fun.  Grade 3 will also be enjoying Pizza with the Priests on Friday, January 19th.

Again, we wish you a very Happy New Year! January is always a time for beginnings and we here at Saint Anne, look forward to the beginning of 2018 and the continuation of our school year.  Your children are the best part of our day!  Thank you for all your continued support!

Please continue to check the school website for updates and follow us on Facebook.

God bless,                                     

Mary Beth Zentner, Principal