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  • NOVEMBER 18, 2016 CATHOLIC EDUCATION OFFICE ARCHDIOCESE OF ST. LOUIS

    VOLUME 21 NUMBER 910

    The WOMEN of Catholic Education

    CONTACT

    INFORMATION

    Sue Brown

    Director of Marketing

    and Community Relations

    E-Mail:

    [email protected]

    Phone: 314.792.7304

    Fax: 314.792.7315

    Cell: 314.479.1283

    Twitter: @CatholicEdSTL

    The preschool and PK classes of St. Joseph Catholic School in

    Farmington recently received a Dairy Dollars Grant from St. Louis District

    Dairy Council. Each class received a $25 Wal-Mart

    gift card to be used to purchase dairy products. All of the

    ingredients chosen for their recipes are low-fat, fat-free

    or sugar-free. The purpose of this program is to intro-

    duce children to new and healthy recipes which then

    helps to foster good eating habits.

    The Pre-K classs first recipe, a choco-nana milk mixer,

    which 9 out of 10 students report loving it!

    At left, three young women of Christ the King Catholic

    School in University City pose in front of a growing

    stack of Boxes of Joy for children in Haiti, Guatemala

    and the Dominican Republic.

  • Emerson Excellence in Teaching 2016 Awardees

    Honored

    Please join Dr. Kurt Nelson and the staff of the Catholic Education Office in

    congratulating the six honorees who received the Emerson Excellence in Teaching

    Award last Sunday at the Ritz-Carlton. As Superintendent, Dr. Nelson was on

    hand to offer his personal appreciation on behalf his staff and all schools in the

    Archdiocese of St. Louis.

    Honorees from archdiocesan elementary schools, pictured above, left to right:

    Christy AmbroseChrist, Prince of Peace Catholic School

    Carla BaslerValle Catholic

    Teresa KinealySte. Genevieve du Bois Catholic School

    Julia KrummenacherSt. Gerard Majella Catholic School

    And, from the private high schools, sponsored by the Independent Schools of St.

    Louis association: (pictures not available)

    Jessica KingVisitation Academy

    Adam WhiteBarat Academy

    ***Please note...award recipients from the past five years are eligible to apply for

    a Gold Star Grant to fund educational projects that reflect the Emerson brand

    technology, innovation and leadership.

    In honor of the woman above all women, Our Blessed Mother, Saint Joseph

    Elementary School and Preschool in Manchester celebrated an

    all-school Mass on Friday, November 11, while hosting the International Pilgrim

    Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima. The statue is on a Centennial U. S. Tour

    for Peace to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the apparitions at Fatima

    visiting 100 dioceses across America between March, 2016 and December,

    2017. Pictured above, St. Joseph's fourth graders pray for peace in our country

    and throughout the world.

    Saint Joan of Arc Catho-

    lic School PTO hosted Julie

    Smith, author and expert on student

    safety through media literacy.

    Holy Spirit Parish

    School of Religion first

    graders a enjoy game of Church

    Sudoku with their parents during

    Family, Faith and Fun Night.

    A Womans Prayer... At that moment in time when I

    became me

    God breathed into my body a soul.

    With purpose and love was my

    destiny set

    She is WOMAN -- let that be her

    role.

    No role to be played on a limited

    stage

    Nor rewritten to mimic a man

    But fashioned in fiber to deal with

    Gods world

    As only a woman can.

    So let me think as a woman -- feel

    as a woman

    Love as a woman and seek

    With man the crossed pathways to

    Heaven

    Leaving footprints distinctly unique

  • This weeks

    Marketing Tip

    Involve the parents, grandparents,

    parishioners, community in your

    school. (See story below.)

    In Chapter 6, page 22 of Alive in

    ChristAdvancing the Mission of

    Catholic Education, and

    Enrollment Management

    Workbook and Toolkit, you will

    find

    Parishioners who value the parish

    school are critical to its vitality. To

    a large extent, it is due to their

    financial and spiritual support that

    the school exists.

    Read more at archstl.org/

    EMP

    St. Theodore Catholic

    School celebrated Veterans

    Day 2016 on November 11 with

    Mass followed by a reception at

    which students performed patriotic

    songs in honor of their special

    guests.

    Above, Connor, Matthew and

    Sammy with their grandfather and

    veteran

    Saint Mary

    Magdalen

    Parish School

    of Religion has

    taken a new direction

    this year in forming a

    new program called

    Family Faith

    Formation.

    The program includes

    elementary, second-

    ary and adult

    catechesis, including

    online learning and

    Sunday morning in-

    struction, as well as time for service and fellowship.

    Last Sunday the FFF group met with the Sisters of the Society Devot-

    ed to the Sacred Heart in the school library for some instruction, song

    and a craft.

    Working together, each family created their own mission statement to place in their

    home as a reminder of this special day.

    At left, Villa

    Duchesne and

    Oak Hill

    School students

    honor those in the

    United States Armed

    Forces with a flag

    ceremony on Veterans

    Day.

    St. Raphael the Archangel

    Catholic School raised $852.00 in less than one week holding Penny

    Wars (which class can collect the most)

    to help schools devastated by flooding in

    Louisiana.

    They constructed school furniture to donate

    (scrubbed clean by the SRA Service Club)

    and filled an entire trailer!

    Tim Ezell and Virginia Kerr, hosts of the

    new FOX2 show, Thread Up STL, collected

    both donations of furniture and cash to

    deliver to Louisiana schools.

    http://archstl.org/EMPhttp://archstl.org/EMP

  • Around the Archdiocese...

    We pray for the repose of the souls

    of the faithful departed, and

    especially this week for

    Mrs. Lorraine Baker, sister of

    Monsignor Gregory Schmidt, on

    Sunday, November 13, 2016. A

    Memorial Mass will be celebrated on

    Saturday, November 19 at 12 noon at

    St. Mark Church.

    Mrs. Katherine M. Blake, mother

    of Reverend Peter Blake, Pastor of

    Our Lady of Sorrows Parish, on

    Friday, November 11, 2016. A

    Memorial Mass will be celebrated in

    her hometown in Vermont.

    May their souls, and all the souls of

    the faithful departed, rest in peace.

    Amen!

    We pray for the sick, and for those

    who care for them, especially this

    week for

    Mrs. Debbie Pecher, Principal of

    Ste. Joachim and Ann Catholic

    School, who will undergo surgery

    this weekend..

    Gadget Girls, one of the Academy of the Sacred Heart robotics teams, has been awarded the Core Values Award at a recent First Lego League

    competition at Brittany Woods Middle School in University City.

    The award recognizes exemplary teamwork and gracious professionalism.

    Pictured above, left to right, Manasvi Gottipati, (grade 5)Anna Robben, (grade 7)

    Sahiti Mumgandi, (grade 7) and Abby Jordan (grade 7)

    At right, young women of

    St. Joan of Arc

    Catholic School give

    witness to the Holy Fathers

    Year of Mercy

    Get it,

    Live it,

    Share it!

    A blessed and joy-filled Thanksgiving to all who work in

    support of Catholic Education!

    May this time be one of peace and gratitude for the many,

    many blessings we have received.

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