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Parent Memo 5/25/18

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL IS THURSDAY, MAY 31st. It is a 12:15 pm Dismissal Day.
There will be Extended Care


PRINCIPAL’S CORNER:
Today is the graduation of our 8th grade class. I must admit, it is bittersweet. I’m happy for the graduates to be completing their schooling here and moving on to more exciting and adventurous opportunities, but I’m also sad because I had so little time with them. I barely got to know them, and now they are leaving. I would certainly hope that they know that St. Patrick’s is always their home and they can come back to visit us at any time. I know they will go far in life. On behalf of the faculty and staff, we wish them all well and ask our Lord to keep them in his protection and care throughout their lives.

In Service,

Ms. Laura

[email protected]

FACULTY CHANGES FOR NEXT YEAR
The school will be bidding farewell to Ms. Berndt and Mrs. Rosenberg at the end of this school year. We wish them both well and thank them for their dedication and service to the school.

We will be welcoming a new teacher, Ms. Angela Nizza. Angela is moving to Fayetteville from Orlando, Florida. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. She currently works for the Diocese of Orlando and is excited to be joining us next year. We will also be welcoming Mrs. Elsa Baker as a co-teacher/assistant in the PreK class. Mrs. Baker also comes from Florida and carries PreK certification. She currently is a co-teacher in a PreK class. The 3rd grade class will welcome a co-teacher/assistant, Mrs. Michelle Schimp. Mrs. Schimp has worked with our school in conjunction with Long Leaf Academy and has extensive experience in individualized teaching.

Of course, you know that Mrs Fitzpatrick will be retiring and we are excited to have Mrs. Jennifer Mathieu as our new school secretary.  Chris Hatcher will, once again, be retiring.  We thank her for her dedication to the school for so many years and for stepping in as Interim Principal and Vice Principal this year.   We will miss you!

The current roster of teaching assignments for next year is below:

PreK – Mrs. Matuszewski and assistant Mrs. Baker

KG– Mrs. Adorjan and assistant Mrs. Sexton

Grade 1 – Mrs. Cummins and assistant Mrs. Nicolas

Grade 2 – Mr. Valente and assistant Mr. Houston (Mr. Houston will be full-time)

Grade 3 – Mrs. Brunson and assistant Mrs. Schimp (Mrs. Schimp will be full-time)

Ms. Nizza–Grade 4 homeroom and all classes except Social Studies. She will also teach 5th grade Science

Mr. Appollonio – Grade 5 homeroom, Social Studies grades 4-8

Mrs. Rogers – Grade 6 homeroom, Grade 5 ELA and Math, Grade 6 ELA and Science

Ms. Miller – Grade 7 homeroom, Science – grades 7 and 8, Math – grades 6,7,8

Mrs. Shea – Grade 8 homeroom, Religion – grades 6,7,8, ELA grades 7,8; Mrs. Kathy Jarman assistant to Grs. 4-8

Mrs. Carroll – PE, all grades

Mrs. Szopinski – Music, all grades

Ms. College – Art and Computer – all grades

Mrs. Ottilige – Library – all grades

Mrs. Floyd – Spanish – K- 5 and middle school electives

FIELD DAY-Tuesday, May 29th: Students may wear shorts, t-shirts, tennis shoes.  Bring a hat, sunscreen and a water bottle. Please note that because of the Field Day schedule, there will be NO HOT LUNCH. All students and volunteers will need to BRING A LUNCH.

We will need volunteers at the school by 7:45 a.m. the morning of the event. Please email [email protected] if you are able to volunteer.

HONORS AND AWARDS:  The schedule for distribution of End-of-the-Year Awards, 3rd Trimesters Honors, and Servant of the Lord Awards is as follows:

  • K – 3 Ceremony Wednesday May 30     8:30 am in the Gym
  • 4 – 7 Ceremony Wednesday May 30      10:00 am in the Gym

PTO THANKS
The school would like to convey our thanks and appreciation for all the hard work the PTO did this year in support of the school. We are looking for new members for the PTO Board for next year as some officers have finished their terms and will be stepping down and others are moving out of Fayetteville. Please contact the school office if you would be interested in serving on the PTO board for next year.

LOST & FOUND
The Lost & Found will be emptied out on the last day of school. If your child is missing items, please check the lost & found.

MATH ACHIEVEMENT
The 8th grade Advanced Math class took the State of North Carolina EOC Math 1 test recently which determines if they enroll for advanced math classes in high school. We just received the results and were pleased to see that ALL of our advanced math class students performed exceptionally well. Congratulations!!!!

YEARBOOKS
There are a very limited number of yearbooks still available for sale in the school office. The cost is $50 each and they will be sold on a first-come first-serve basis.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
The St. Patrick Catholic School family is invited to join the Knights of Columbus and Habitat for Humanity to help build a local area home. The event will take place on June 2nd from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. Please contact Kyle Hageman at (706) 577-1443 or email at [email protected] for more information. You may sign up online at httpS://bit.ly/2KPW9lC.
This qualifies for volunteer hours for next year.

 ACCREDITION SUMMARY REPORT:
You will be able to view the summary report provided to us by the AdvancEd Accreditation Visiting Team starting June 1st. It clearly outlines their findings and highlights our strengths as well as our areas of improvements that we are including in our action plan for continuous school improvement. If you have a chance, take a look at it.

2018-2019 CALENDAR
The next school year’s calendar is available for viewing on our website. There are still some dates that will be added over the summer as details are firmed up, but this will at least give you the start dates and the holiday dates for planning travel.

SUMMER CAMP AT ST. PATRICK SCHOOL: Summer is coming, have you made plans for your children?  Download an application at http://www.stpatschoolnc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Registration-Form-2018.pdf or pick one up in the school office. The 1st week of Summer Camp is full but all other weeks are available.

DATES TO KNOW:

May 28th – Memorial Day – no school

May 29th – Field Day

May 30th – K-3 Awards presentation at 8:30 in the gym

Grades 4-7 Awards presentation at 10:00 in the gym

May 31st – Final school Mass – LAST DAY OF SCHOOL – Dismissal at 12:15

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