SCHOOL SUPPLY PICKUP AND DROP OFF INFORMATION

Please see the following link that has the schedule of Pick-up/Drop-off times for each grade.  There is a morning/afternoon and evening slot for every grade.  If you are not able to arrive during your assigned slot, please contact the school ahead of time to make an appointment(via phone call, St. AdalbertRemind or email tmorris@diobrook.org) and we will have the items ready for pick-up.  There will be a list posted on Sunday of every item that needs to be returned for each grade.  If you have any questions, please call the school.  

School DropOff and Pickup Information

Mandatory Summer School Sign-Up

 

Due to academic performance this year, your student must complete a Summer School Learning Program in order to be promoted to the next grade.  There are two options for Summer School – through LearnIt, our regular Title 1 Provider, and throught the Department of Education (the DOE).  The LearnIt program is the recommended program for students in our Diocese.  You must send me confirmation of your registration and completion of the program before your student will officially be promoted on their Report Card.  Any questions, please let me know.  tmorris@diobrook.org

Learn It Summer School Program

Department of Education Program – 

DOE SummerSchool Application

Must let Principal know and he will send in the application for the student 

Graduations Reminders

Please see the link sent to your text message for the most update to date information regarding 8th Grade Graduation.  

REMINDERS FOR FRIDAY 

The Zoom Link will be sent through a Parent Alert/Remind Message at 12 noon.  The session will begin at 5pm to allow you to log-in and make sure you can connect/view.  The Virtual Ceremony will begin at 6pm.  

Students please wear your cap and gown. It’s recommended to have it on before the 6pm ceremony begins.  

Parents – Please tape your 8×10 # to the inner right side of your windshield

Please arrive close to your assigned arrival time (As mentioned in the letter, don’t stress or rush if you are running late.  Safety first!)

Students will be allowed to return textbooks (Social Studies, Science, Spanish & CD) and ChromeBooks with Chargers) at a drop off table before they round the bend into the Drive-Thru queue.  Please have these items in a plastic bag(s) marked with the student name.

Yearbooks will be sold for $25 at a table right before the bend as well

Students will be able to return/retrieve items starting on Monday June 22 (upon notifying Mr Morris tmorris@diobrook.org) but we wanted to give the option of doing so tomorrow night in order to save a trip for families

We look forward to a special night tomorrow !!!!

If you have any questions, please email Mr Morris or call the school 

8th Grade Cap and Gown Pick-up and Most Updated Graduation Ceremony Information

Pick-up for 8th Grade Cap and Gowns – Monday June 8

12:00 – 1:00 Students with last names starting A-F

1:00 – 2:00  Students with last names starting G-M

2:00 – 3:00 Students with last names start N-V

Guidelines-

An adult must come to the Main Entrance.  The Caps and Gowns will be spread out tables in the entry way, which will be supervised. 

If you are not able to come during your time, please call the office or send Mr. Morris a message on St Adalbert Remind or through email tmorris@diobrook.org

 

8th Grade Graduation Information 

6pm Zoom Virtual Ceremony   

6:30pm  Graduation Parade in front of the school (guidelines changing regularly – will notify you with concrete details/instructions  they has been confirmed).  Working with Diocese on permissable ceremony. 

St. Adalbert Update – April 19

On behalf of all of us at St. Adalbert Catholic Academy, I want to wish everyone a Happy Easter and Divine Mercy Sunday.  Tomorrow we will resume our Online/Remote Learning with the same schedule we had prior to the break.  We will continue to follow the Governor’s Orders on school closing, which requires us to continue remotely, at least through May 16.  We hope you had a good break and you and your families are in our prayers.  Have a good night.  

Online Learning Reflection Week Three

Online Learning Reflection Week Three

As we enter into Week Four, we thank everyone for their patience, understanding, and support of our system.  This has been a new process for us all but as we head into a shortened week and our Spring Break, we feel we have a strong framework in place.  

A couple of reminders-

Spring Break begins on Thursday April 9 and goes through Sunday April 19.  Even though the last official decision was to resume school on April 20, this decision will most likely be extended, especially considering the national social distancing regulations through April 30.  So at this time, it’s safe to say that our Online learning will resume at its regular schedule on Monday April 20 with a Monday-Thursday full instructional week and Friday for enrichment.  

As we also head into our holiest week of the year, we will be posting regular information and reflections for the days ahead.  It is highly suggested to attend virtual mass/services on Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday.   This certainly is a trying time, but in God all things are possible and good (for those who love Him — Romans 8:28). There are a lot of graces and blessings to be received this last week of Lent, and as recommended to the students at the beginning of the season, now is the opportunity to increase our prayer and daily sacrifices.  Put that smartphone and social media away until Easter. You will find yourself with extra time and a great opportunity to grow closer to God in many ways.  

Wishing you a blessed week.

Mr. Morris

SONYC Update from Ms. Diaz

Dear Families,

 
I hope you are well and staying safe.   I would like to inform you that the GRYC staff has been busy preparing remote afterschool activities for your child to participate in when they are finished with their school work. Some activities are also designed with families in mind in order for everyone to participate.  I am reaching out to you today to ensure that you and your child do not miss out on these opportunities.  Please respond to this message by e-mail and include the best way we can reach you to keep you informed on what is happening during this time.
 
We look forward to hearing from you and seeing your children again.  You may reply to me directly at cdiaz@thegryc.org.
 
Thank you,
 
Ms. Cynthia Diaz
SONYC Program Director

School Buildings Closed – Sign-up to use Remind- St. Adalbert Announcements for all communication

School Buildings Closed – Sign-up to use Remind- St. Adalbert Announcements for all communication

I know many classes already use Remind or ClassDojo.  However this would be the easiest way for schools to instantly notify/update parents.  Please click on the link below for your grade, type your name and number on the screen, select PARENT, and you’ll automatically receive the messages.  Downloading the Remind app is extremely beneficial for the overall communication, but not required for receiving the messages.

 

Grade K&N https://www.remind.com/join/67af9g

Grade 1 https://www.remind.com/join/9a3h49

Grade 2 https://www.remind.com/join/4g936f

Grade 3 https://www.remind.com/join/37a396

Grade 4 https://www.remind.com/join/kf29kh

Grade 5 https://www.remind.com/join/73d8dd

Grade 6 https://www.remind.com/join/fd84893

Grade 7 https://www.remind.com/join/94g8edf

Grade 8 https://www.remind.com/join/366k37

Grade PreK https://www.remind.com/join/gradeprek