We would like to thank the students and parents who visited our Middle School this week. The students had a good time together, and we hope the parents were also pleased with their visit.
Our 5th graders got to know their counterparts at St. Bernadette, and then all students spent some time with the middle school students learning about the St. Mary House System and becoming familiar with the building. The highlight is the House Dance Competition. Each house puts together a short dance showcasing their moves. Here are some photos of the day.
Our 1st and 2nd grades celebrated the 100th day of school this week! First grade created fashion masterpieces by gluing 100 items onto t-shirts. Both grades worked together to collect food to donate to the needy. The classes met in the hallway to count their donations. The students not only collected 100 cans of food – they nearly collected enough for each day of the school year! Great job!!
Watch as two of our middle school houses explain a little about themselves, and a little twist to “The Force”!
Kudos to our talented 8th grade producer, Geneva Frank!
Registration for preschool will open for new families on Feb. 21st at the St. Mary Open House. Packets will be available in each preschool classroom that day. If you are unable to attend and are interested in registration for next year please contact Angie Eisenacher at email@example.com.
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Thank you to our wonderful St. Mary families. The donations poured in for the Ben Thimmes Memorial Fund yesterday. Our school took $1,424.21 to Fisher Catholic this morning as our contribution to the memorial fund.
Our Middle School students were taught about the corporal works of mercy, and created an honor guard to show their respects to the family as they approached St. Mary of the Assumption Church for the funeral.
Attention St. Mary 7th & 8th Grade Baseball
Players and Parents:
It’s time to begin preparing for the 2016 St. Mary Baseball Season. This year we have an opportunity to participate in the Catholic Diocese of Columbus Rec League. This is a great opportunity for our players and parents, as listed below:
– We will have no home field for games this year. Fisher will have Freshman, JV, and Varsity baseball teams this year limiting the use of their field. Practices will remain local, but games will be played at another location.
– Planning and scheduling will be done by the Rec League; this is a heavy task previously performed by the coach
– Play other Catholic schools, at a similar competition level. As participation drops in other schools, we have found it increasingly difficult to schedule competitive games. Playing in the Columbus Rec League will offer the opportunity of increased competition for our players.
BUT FIRST – WE NEED A COACH!
If you or anyone you know would be willing to lead a Jr. High team this year please reach out to Cheryl Cale by Feb 21st. Below are requirements of any/all coaches within the Diocese of Columbus Rec League:
- Protecting God’s Children
- Play Like A Champion Today (courses will be offered in March on multiple dates)
- FBI/BCI Fingerprints
- Note: Coaches are NOT required to complete the Fundamentals Of Coaching OHSAA Training
PLAY BALL and GO IRISH!
As we prepare for Lent, the cafeteria will offer the following:
On Ash Wednesday, February 10th, and on all Fridays during Lent, we will be offering tuna salad and hard boiled eggs as toppings for our Chef Salads and a Fish Sandwich as a Brown Bag option.
Did you know?
All of our items sold as “extras” meet USDA guidelines for Smart Snacks. They are all reduced fat, low sodium and sugar and are whole grain products. Fresh fruit and veggies are also always available as “extras”.