Father/Daughter Dance 2019
Registration now open!
Friday, February 1, 2019
New location: The Florentine Event Center
7:00 to 10:00 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm for photos)
Open to all girls (preschool to 8th grade) and the special man in their lives (Dad/Uncle/Grandfather). Price includes: dinner, dessert, soft drinks, DJ, door prize tickets (cash bar also available). $55 per couple, additional girls are $15 each (each attendee receives 5 door prize tickets)
Two ways to register:
- Click Here to Register Online….
- Paper Form: send in the attached form to the school office by Friday, January 25. Click Here for the Paper Registration Form…
Bronze $30, Silver $50, Gold $100 [anyone that sponsors the dance will be granted an out of uniform day on Thursday, 2/7/19]
Use link below or paper forms – all profits go directly to support the St. Paul Boosters.
Click Here for the Sponsorship Link…
Click Here for the Sponsorship Paper Form…
We survived the chaos of the first day without any casualties and I’d like to thank…
- The students for their smiles and laughter,
- The parents for their patience and support,
- The faculty and staff for making sure that everyone learned and stayed safe,
- Mr. and Mrs. Shaver for volunteering in the lunch room,
- Fr. Jason for inspiring our faith at Mass, and…
- Gemma for patrolling the grounds and making sure that no snacks went left unchecked!
St. Paul Panthers are the best and we are looking forward to an amazing year!
It is hard to believe that this is the last week of school! I’m sure your kids have made some great memories this year and are excited for summer! I wanted to share an article on transitioning from school to summer. It is the first link below. Take a look!
The second link has some PeaceBuilder activities you can use. Check out these resources by clicking on the second link! Encourage your kids to continue being PeaceBuilders throughout the summer and enjoy the break!!! 🙂
Have you filled a bucket today? Being a PeaceBuilder is the same thing as being a Bucket Filler! We are called to be kind to one another. Take a look at the activities below. 🙂
I wanted to share a great article about how to teach kids self-regulation skills at home. When kids learn to become more self-aware and able to regulate feelings, they are able to be more successful. Take a look at the article below!
How about an inspiring story on this Monday? Take a look at the link below. Stay positive, treat one another with kindness, and keep moving forward! 🙂
Books are great ways to tell stories and share inspiring lessons. Are you interested in some great books for your kids? Below is a list of books on different topics from motivation to kindness. Take a look!