Families of Pre-K through Grade 3 Students, please read this letter about the upcoming April 11 concert
Please read the following memo from the Diocese regarding the Momo Challenge / Internet Challenges
Congratulations to the following students-
ST. FRANCIS PREP -Honors (average of 90% or higher) January 2019 Nicholas Cordero Brandon Faust Lena Gambino Michael Koenig Edward Lysaght Kianna Ramos MARY LOUIS ACADEMY - January 2019 Eliana Cortez- Principal's List Alexandra Rutkowski-First Honors Claire Casey, Natalia Rokicki - Second Honors MSGR MCCLANCY MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL December 2018 Principal's List Kurt Jherico Abarentos Alexa Boller Gabriella Cardona Jennifer Cielo Catherine Finnerty Hannah Finnerty Joseph Ghoubrial Russell Hermoso Dara McCabe Sinead Moyles First Honors Julian Kyle Macaraeg Zoe Rogers Second Honors Mikel Calfoforo Kristina Cardinale Javon Charles Joe Durand Tatiana Gorbea Katrina Laminta Yiria Lledias-Saca Jared Polanco HOLY CROSS December 2018 Principal's List Madison Ohringer First Honors Allen Corona Amber Kisonas Sean Murray Jr. Second Honors Owen Morales Jonathan Mai CATHEDRAL PREPARATORY SCHOOL December 2018 First Honors Emmanuel Makayan Keep up the great work and thanks for making us proud !!!!
Please see the following schedule for Catholic Schools Week at St. Adalbert Catholic Academy
This form provides information regarding Tuition Assistance through Futures in Education
Please take this one-minute survey on your student for Catholic Schools Week. Most importantly, tell us the country your student will represent so we can have him/her in the right place for our Opening Mass.
DRESS DOWN DAY POLICY
On Tuesday, we will have a Dress-Down Day, which many other Catholic Schools utilize throughout the year. Most schools link them to a fundraiser or cause, and we will link ours with the Academy’s general operating account, which will greatly appreciate the contributions. The cost to participate in Dress-Down Day is $2 and can be handed in to the teacher by hand or by envelope (similar to our pizza money routine). If the day goes well, we will continue the days on a monthly basis.
All clothes must be modest and reflect the values expected at St. Adalbert Catholic Academy. Students must be able to perform all regular school activities, including Gym, without changing or removing any parts, shoes, or clothing.
SHIRTS/TOPS – Must have sleeves and no writing or symbols that are inappropriate for school. No tight fitting tops are allowed.
PANTS – Jeans, athletic, or other dress/casual. No holes or rips allowed. No tight fitting jeans or other pants (such as yoga) are allowed.
SHOES – Shoes must have a back strap or closed heel. Crocs, sandals, slippers, and high heels are not allowed.
Classes with Gym must wear sneakers.
Since we are having a pajama day during Catholic Schools week, please do not wear pajamas.
If students come wearing something inappropriate, they will be sent to the office and a call home will be made for someone to bring appropriate attire.
After reading the above, if you have any questions on whether something is appropriate or not, please feel free to ask Mr. Morris. We appreciate your understanding and participation.
It has been both tradition and policy for students at St Adalbert’s to wear their uniform daily. In the past, on days forecasting severe weather conditions (significant snow and/or freezing temperatures), an exception was made, allowing students to wear their Gym uniforms. These exceptions will continue when warranted, and will be posted on the academy website when declared. However, even though snow is forecasted for tomorrow, the amount is not significant, and students should wear their regular uniforms (girls with Knee-hi’s or tights if they choose). Boots are always allowed in snow, just so the students bring their regular shoes to change into, as well.
Also, many students have begun to wear hooded sweatshirts, which do not fall under the uniform policy. If students choose to wear warmer clothing in the classroom, they have the option of the maroon fleece or uniform sweater. If a student’s hooded sweatshirt is his/her only clothing for arrival/dismissal and recess, it will be allowed to be worn outside. However, once inside the building and settled, the hooded sweatshirts are not to be worn. We are currently discussing the inclusion of monthly dress-down day fundraisers, which is practiced by many other private schools. Only on a dress-down day, would a hooded sweatshirt be acceptable attire. More information is to come.
Dress codes call for a greater standard of presentation and excellence to be held by all. As a college education professor once told my class, “You should dress in a way that will inspire your students to be.” A uniform policy instills a sense of professionalism in students, which creates a discipline that could greatly help them in their future endeavors. This is the way we want our students “to be”.
We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Monday October 29 is the last day of the candy sale. Please send in all remaining money with your student.
On Monday October 29, information will be sent home regarding the upcoming Class & Individual Photos through LifeTouch
On Tuesday October 30, information will be sent home regarding the upcoming Thanksgiving Pie Fundraiser.
On Wednesday October 31, The Maspeth Lions Club Presents… The Halloween Ragamuffin Trick or Treat Parade at 7 PM
It starts at the Mt. Olivet Cemetery Main Gate 65-40 Grand Avenue (Remsen Place & Grand Avenue) and ends at the Maspeth Federal Savings Lot (69th Street and Grand Avenue corner) . All children are welcome. Come in costume and leave with a bag of treats. There will be best costume prizes.
Please click on the link below for important information regarding Pizza Thursdays and Virtus:
Important Announcements: 10/8/2018