Join us on Thursday, February 24 from 7-8pm for a parent talk Good Digital Citizenship. This event will be hosted in the Cafeteria and via Zoom. (See school email for Zoom login details.)
As our lives move increasingly online, it’s more important than ever for our children to be safe and courteous in the digital realm. Led by Dustin Inman and Mark Lakefish, our IT and cybersecurity specialists from Stateside Electronics, this talk equips parents with the tools and knowledge to help their children make better online choices and become responsible digital citizens. All middle schoolers will attend Good Digital Citizenship sessions on designated school days in February, but this talk is open to parents with students of all grades.
Attending this session counts as one (1) Family Service Hour.
Join us from 2:00-3:30pm for our on-campus Fall Open House on Saturday, November 6. Take a tour through our beautiful building, learn about the Admissions process, and get your questions answered by Principal Nick Padrnos. RSVP to [email protected].
We did it and then some! Your rapid response in supporting this need to protect the health and well-being of this community was absolutely astounding. In just three days, we raised over $13,000 to get HEPA air purifiers in every classroom and the cafeteria spaces, as well as cover the cost of replacement filters for the next three years. Incredible!
As a “newcomer” to St. Al’s, I have been deeply moved at this outpouring of generosity. It has been such a demonstration of unity and love for our special school. I offer a heartfelt “THANK YOU” to all our donors in providing an added layer of protection and peace of mind to our families, staff, and students.
Although we reached our goal, the option to give to this project will remain open until October 1. Any additional funds received will go towards keeping our facilities clean, well-maintained, and more equipped to combat COVID-19 and beyond.
Thank you again for helping St. Alphonsus Parish School breathe clean and breathe easy. God is good!
Yesterday we received a $5,000 gift from an anonymous donor to provide HEPA air purifiers in every classroom. These purifiers have been tested to remove 99.9% of airborne COVID-19 & SARS-Cov-2 particles and are designed for school settings. We are so incredibly grateful for this gift!
Using that momentum, I announced at last evening’s K-4 Curriculum Night that we needed $2,000 in additional support to cover our high-capacity areas like the Cafeteria and Student Commons. Within hours, we more than doubled our goal! But don’t worry. There’s still time to get in on the action.
Please consider making an online giftto our Annual Fund to cover the cost of replacement filters and ongoing maintenance for the next 3 years. The filters on each of the 25 units cost $60 and last one year. We are hoping to raise an additional $3,000 by October 1. When making your online gift, please indicate Greatest Need (Annual Fund/HEPA Air Purifiers). This is an excellent opportunity to satisfy your family’s recommended commitment of $125 to the Annual Fund.
From the outset, our guiding principles during this pandemic school year have been to provide a safe, uninterrupted, in-person learning experience. Your generous donation further safeguards that commitment both now and for the future, which likely involves new COVID variants, not to mention the common flu, smoke from more intense fire seasons, dust and pollen, and whatever else Mother Nature hurls our way.
Thank you for your prayerful consideration of contributing to the health and wellness of St. Alphonsus Parish School. We are so blessed by this community’s generosity and commitment to our sustained educational mission. God is good!
Calling all 8th Graders!
CYO is planning on one in-person track event this spring: 8th Grade pentathlon on May 23. No former track experience required. The events for the pentathlon include: Continue reading →
There is an online event hosted by the Lincoln PTSA coming up on April 7th. It’s about handling grief when our children self-harm and there will also be information on mental health for tweens and teens. This will be on April 7th beginning at 6:30 pm; text TABLETALKS to 41444 to register.