Snow Make-up Day
Monday, January 22nd is now a snow make-up day. There WILL be a full day of school on this date.
The second quarter awards assembly will be held on Thursday, January 25th immediately following the 9:00 Mass.
National Catholic Schools Week
National Catholic Schools Week will be observed during the week of January 28th through February 2nd. There will be several activities going on each day that week to celebrate and honor all of the people that are involved in making St. Ann the great place it is. Look for more information to be put out regarding all the specific activities.
During Catholic Schools Week, on Wednesday, January 31st, the bishop of the Diocese of Raleigh will be here to celebrate Mass with the students. Bishop Zarama will be here for Mass at 1:00. Parents are welcome to attend Mass with us on that day. As a result of this visit, students will not attend Mass on Thursday of that week. They will need to wear Mass uniforms on Wednesday instead.
There will be a Valentine's Dance for students in grades 5-8 ONLY on February 9th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Chaperones and people to help decorate are needed. Please contact Danielle Hart if you are able to help. (910) 309-1260 or email...firstname.lastname@example.org
The SVO is looking for volunteers to help organize a Daddy/Daughter dance to be held in the future, as well as a scavenger hunt. Please contact Danielle Hart for more information or to volunteer.
Car Magnets and Boxtops
St. Ann School car magnets are available now for $5. Also, we are still collecting box tops. Please send in any that you have collected.
The Positivity Project
This year at St. Ann, we have been using the Positivity Project in our classrooms as a way to teach our students about the character strengths that they possess. Each week, there is a new character strength that the students learn about. The motto Other People Matter is the foundation for the program. Look here each week for information about the character strength of the week. Next Friday, January 26th, in addition to there being a kick-off for National Catholic Schools Week, students will also be involved in a Positivity Project assembly. Parents are more than welcome to attend the assembly and learn more about what we are doing with this program. The assembly will take place in the afternoon during the time usually set aside for hall prayer.