Hello St. Al Families,
I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. Below you will find this week’s event info and policy/procedure reminders.
Wednesday: Conference Info Sheets
Info and sign-up sheets for October conferences go out via email to all parents/guardians for K-8 students. Please read the form carefully and fill out your choices for conference times.
Tuesday, Thursday, Wednesday, Friday: SCRIP is on sale!
Check the SCRIP page on our website for more details about purchasing SCRIP and look for our new signs on school sale days. You can also purchase at the parish office.
Uniforms: Our school sets ourselves apart from other institutions in many ways—our knowledge and practice of the Catholic faith, our academic programs, etc.. One important way we stand out is through our uniforms. Our uniform policy exists to assist students and parents on how to appropriately dress for a day at St. Alphonsus. It is such a nice sight to see students looking their best in our uniform each morning, ready to start the day together. I would like to encourage each family to take a moment and review our uniform guidelines as we have been noticing a few issues with socks, skirts, and other clothing items. Teachers will be assisting me in addressing dress code concerns and we may contact you if a situation arises. If you have any questions about our uniforms please contact our school office or your student’s teacher.
Remember that navy blue shirts are now allowed for Pre-K through 4th grade, in addition to the white shirts previously worn.
Finally, I would like to say thank you to all of the individuals who helped at Bingo on Friday night and the Welcome Breakfast on Sunday. Bingo was a wonderful event to behold and I am so thankful for the parent volunteers who help make it possible. On Sunday, our Student Council members were on hand to welcome parishioners, hand out bulletins, and bring up the gifts at the 10am mass. Thank you to the volunteers and students who assisted with the Welcome Breakfast after mass. Parents and volunteers served the parish community as the students represented our school.
Principal, St. Alphonsus Parish School