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May Newsletter for St. Pius X School

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May Newsletter for St. Pius X School
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  • Welcome back! I hope that everyones Easter was peaceful and renewing. With the end of the 3rd quarter, the slightly warmer days, and the end of the N.Y.S. Assessments for our 3rd-8th graders, I sense that our students are starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel. Still, there is much work to be done here at school.

    May is a very busy time for us. We start with a school Mass at 9:00 a.m. on the 1st. Our Pre-Ks and kindergar-tens will perform at their spring concert on Thursday the 2nd. And on Saturday, May 4th, our 2nd graders will re-ceive their First Holy Communion. This is always a very special day for our children, their families and our school.

    May 6th is the start of National Teachers Appreciation Week. I would like to be the first to thank all of our

    teachers and assistants for their hard work and dedication again this year. Each day, your children receive the blessing of being with talented teachers who work extremely hard on their behalf. In addition to mathematics, science, reading, social studies and such, each day our faculty dedicates time to pray with your children, share the Gospel message, and help form them in their faith.

    We come together with our entire parish community on May 9th for Ascension Thursday Mass. We hope you can join us. The following week, at 10:00 a.m. on the 15th., we will Crown our blessed Mother Mary, which is always a special occasion for our school community. The next evening our 1st and 2nd graders will be on stage for their spring concert, which starts at 6:30 p.m.

    One of the most important days of the year for our school is Friday, May 17th. Please get rested for our Race for Education, when our students have fun racing around our athletic fields as they raise money to support

    our school and its on-going mission. Dont forget to bring your camera and sneakers! Have a safe and blessed spring!

    Yours in Christ,

    Dennis Mullahy Principal

    Inside this

    issue:

    Monthly Calendar

    School News

    Important Dates

    Partners in Faith

    The theme

    for May is

    Perseverance

    Special points

    of interest:

    Race for Educa-

    tion

    Golf Tourna-

    ment

    May Crowning

    St Pius X School

    May 2013 Newsletter St. Pius X Catholic School

    Message from the Principal

    Happy

    Spring!

    I am the way the truth and the life. No one comes to the

    Father except through Me. John 14:6

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  • Through your generosity, we were able to present a check for $1,350.00 to the Please Remember Me project in memory of

    our fallen veterans and those who still serve. Mr. Tom Regan, the representative from that project, was overwhelmed by our schools gift, and he asked me to thank all of you for honoring

    those who serve. Together, we will continue to pray for world peace.

    Please Remember Me

  • Spencer Boyton - DeFrusio ,Gabe

    Perino and Logan Topolsky give

    Devil Dawg a tour of St.Pius X school!

    Caroline and Conner Brown and

    Spencer Boyton-DeFruscio enjoy

    an Albany Devils Hockey Game!

    Psalm 32:11

    Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice, O righteous, and shout for joy,

    all you upright in heart!

  • Mrs. Jones First Grade Class made baskets for the residents of the Delmar Nursing Home!

    Thank you first graders. You certainly made

    some bunny very hoppy!!!!!

    For GOD so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have ever-lasting life. John 3:16

  • Mrs. Bicks Pre-K 5 cleans up our play-ground for Earth Day. Great job Pre-K 5!

    Earth Day!

    Genesis 1:1-31

    In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void, and

    darkness was over the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters.

    And God said, Let there be light, and there was light. And God saw the light was good. And God separated the light from the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, the

    first day.

  • Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Chouinard for

    bringing in baby chicks for Mrs.

    Smiths 1W class. Our students loved meeting them.

    Earth Day!

  • Thank you Doctor Bonanni, father of Stefania

    in 5E,for teaching all fourth grades about

    electricity and magnetism. Through hands on

    experiments the students learned how to

    make motors run!

  • Another great season for the Bulldogs. Congratulations to

    all of our teams and coaches. Thank you also to

    Mr.Klender,our A.D.for all his hard work this year.

    University at Albany Coach Katie Abrahamson-Henderson with

    our Albany Biddy Girls Basketball Team at the St Pius

    Sports Banquet at Michael's Banquet House.

  • The Albany Biddy Girls St. Pius Basketball Team participated in the Hoops 4 Haiti Fund-

    raiser Tournament.

    In picture standing - left to right: Bailey Engel, Saniyya Adams, Grace Finan, Kiera

    Cohen; kneeling left to right: Skyler Dunn, Lily Tarantino, Bridget Felt, Claire Rockwell

    Thank you girls!

  • Sarah Syden from Mrs. Burlingame's K-2

    made a cross for his holiness Pope Francis.

    We are all so proud of Sarah and hope she

    brings in her picture of Pope Francis when

    it arrives.

  • Sacred Heart Food Pantry

  • Call Us! To REACH OUR AFTERSCHOOL

    PROGRAM AFTER 4:00pm

    PLEASE CALL US AT

    366-9071

    Please check for Library books and make

    sure you return them to the Library by June

    10th!

    Check out days will stop for the rest of the

    year on June 3rd!

  • St. Pius X Summer Camp 2013

    July 1th through August 16th

    Tiny Tots Full Day Program

    8:00 am~ 4:00 pm

    4 and 5 year olds

    Tiny Tots Half Day Program

    8:00 am~ 12:00 Noon

    4 and 5 year olds

    Summer Fun Program

    8:00 am-4:00 pm

    Kindergarten through 5th Grade

    Computer Time ~ Cooking~ Arts & Crafts

    Water Games and much more!

    Aftercare available

    From 4pm-5:30pm

    Brochures & Applications are posted

    on the

    School website

    www.stpius-x.com

    Summer Camp

    Dont Miss out on the Summer Fun! Sign up now!!!

  • I will be sending physical and immunization forms home

    with report cards for NEXT YEARS required physicals and

    immunizations in order for parents to have these forms as

    they make doctors appointments.

    PHYSICALS New York State Education Law requires that each student receive a physi-

    cal when entering a school district for the first time and again in grades K,

    2, 4, and 7. Any physical exam during the twelve months prior to the com-

    mencement of the school year that the physical is required in is acceptable.

    ALL REQUIRED PHYSICALS ARE DUE BY OCTOBER 1. Dental

    forms are not required at this time. If your child has a physical scheduled

    this spring, physical forms can be turned in ANYTIME before the end of

    the school year or during the summer. Please mark correspondence to the

    attention of the school nurse. If your child receives medication at school, a

    new written doctors order and parent permission is needed each year and

    can be obtained in the spring but have the doctor write that the order is for

    the next school year.

    IMMUNIZATIONS

    All incoming 6th graders who are 11 years old need to have proof of Tdap

    (tetanus, diptheria, acellular pertussis) immunization, as required by

    New York State, PRIOR to entering school in September. 10-year-old

    students who are entering 6th grade will not be required to receive Tdap

    vaccine but will be tracked by the school nurse and must be immunized

    when they turn 11 years old.

    Please turn in any health related paperwork directly to the health office.

    Please call the health office with any concerns or questions.

    St Pius X School

    Reminders from the School Nurse

    All your children will be taught by the LORD, and they will have much peace. Isaiah 54:13

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  • St. Pius X School Golf Classic

    Monday, July 22, 2013

    St Pius X School

    Jessica Smith (St. Pius X 2nd grade

    Teacher) is available to help!

    Certified Elementary Education and Read-

    ing Teacher with a Masters in Literacy

    Tutoring in all subject areas and all grades

    on Monday-Friday at St. Pius X School

    Enrichment and support services are also

    available

    One on one hourly sessions

    Half hour sessions are available for

    younger children

    If you are interested or have further ques-

    tions, I can be contacted at:

    St. Pius X School: 465-4539

    Home: 356-1170

    e-mail: [email protected]

    Emily Auclaire (St. Pius X 2nd Grade

    Teacher) is available to tutor! Summer tutoring can be extremely helpful in ensuring

    that your child retains what they learned in the past year;

    furthermore, it is vital in preparing your child for the up-

    coming school year. I a

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