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02/13/2014 What’s New in the Library?
Maud Hart Lovelace Reading
You may have heard the buzz about the Maud Hart Lovelace Awards. They are children's choice book awards created to encourage reading in children grades 3-8. Visit the Maud Hart Lovelace Awards web site for more details. Annunciation students will begin to participate in the program after Spring Break (first week of April). Students and a parents will sign a contract stating which of the books they’ve read. Then, students will vote for their favorite book and send the results into the official committee. We’ll have our celebration towards the end of the school year.
Scholastic Book Fair
Please save the date for this year's Scholastic Book Fair: Sunday March 16th-Friday March 21st.
5th-8th grade students who would like to make a poster for the book fair can do so and recieve $2.00 in Scholastic dollars. The theme this year is Fiesta. Please have the posters back to me no later than Friday March 7th.
Our Wednesday morning Scripture group has just completed its study of the Book of Exodus and we’re ready to move on to something new. So on February 19th we will begin our adventure of reading the Book of Job. We meet from 9:15 to 10:30 every Wednesday morning in the Hospitality Room. Thanks to Louise Fowler who serves as our facilitator, we not only study the Scripture, but we also spend some time in prayer together and enjoy one another’s company. Our gatherings have become quite dear to us and we would love to have you join us!
02/05/2014 Living Our Theme
“So encourage each other and build each other up.” 1 Thessalonians 5:11
We continue to live our theme this year and encourage each other in many ways:
Supporting each other in the classroom and learning
Noting people’s skills and unique talents
Reminding each other that we are special in God’s eyes
Cheering each other on in competition and hard work
Teaching and modeling for others
Saying “hello” and valuing each person
Welcoming all who come to our school
Holding each other to high standards
As part of our caring and vibrant community, this theme is central to our success. This week, the teachers attended a workshop on creating a positive school climate. We were reminded of ways we can work together and support each other, as well as our students, holding each other to high standards to create the best school environment.
The teachers will be carrying this into the classroom to help students in their actions to support each other and create this positive learning environment. You can also help by reminding them of the importance of their “job” at school – to listen, to learn, to be respectful, and to work hard. When we all work together, great things happen!
We are excited to continue this work with our students to live our mission of nurturing each child’s spirit to achieve their full potential. Thank you for all the help you give us in making our mission come alive at Annunciation School.
01/31/2014 Exciting End to January
“Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.”
We are wrapping up our week of celebration and activities for our Catholic Schools Week. What a wonderful and fun week we had! Thank you to the student council for planning the week’s themes and events. Also, thank you to the staff and parents for supporting the students and for your commitment to Catholic education at Annunciation School! We are truly blessed!!...
01/24/2014 2014-2015 Registration Now Open
Registration is open for the 2014-15 school year
Please complete your registration before February 15, 2014....
Preschool at Annunciation School
We are excited to announce our partnership with Lake Area Discovery Center (LADC) preschool to expand our program for the 2014-2015 school year. Beginning this fall, Annunciation School’s LADC preschool will offer a 5 day per week program with full and part-time options. Included is wrap around care for before or after school and summer program starting in 2015.
Registration opens on January 26, 2014. Program Information and Registration is on-line at www.ladcfamilies.org or call the LADC Main Office 651.762.7884.
Through a Budding Musician Scholarship at Hovland Conservatory of Music, your Kindergarten student can try piano lessons at no cost. Lessons take place at Annunciation School. More information and a registration form can be found at www.hovlandconservatory.org
Registration is now open for the 8-week session of Saturday classes, running January 18 through March 8...
11/15/2013 Presenting the 2013-14 Student Council
Congratulations to our 2013-14 Student Council members!
The online store for uniform sweaters, sweatshirts and jackets is now available. Please follow the link below.
Tuesday, November 05: Battle of the Books Competition and Celebration (Grades 3, 4/5 and 6-8)
Thursday, November 14 at 1:15pm: Spelling Bee (Grades 4-8)
Tuesday, November 19 at 2:45pm: AMC 8 Math Contest (Registered Middle School Students)
November 25/26: WordMasters Challenge Round 1 (Grades 3-8)...
11/07/2013 Supporting Mothers & Babies in Need
Thank you for all the money donated during the Baby Bottle Campaign for our 2 Life Care Centers: Tapestry Center and St. Stephen's Life Care Center...
10/25/2013 Parish Stewardship Drive Fall 2013
Stewardship invites everyone to help build the Kingdom of God together. St.James tells us “Every good and perfect gift is from above”. Stewardship demonstrates how we give of ourselves in love and service to create a just world and build the Kingdom of God.
10/04/2013 Letter to the Vikings
Did you catch Mia M’s letter to Vikings Adrian Peterson?
Watch the news clip: http://www.kare11.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=1040572
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