Principal's Desk

From the Principal's Desk

Dear Parents and Guardians:

Thank you so much for the great turnout at Parent Teacher Conferences.  It is Homecoming Week for Monroe High School, please wear your RED and WHITE to support the Cheesemakers this Friday, October 18!

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Grandparents Day will be tomorrow Thursday, October 17.  We will gather in the gathering space at church and then students will sit with grandparents during our 8:30 mass. Following mass we will come over for an Open House and short program in the gym. There is also refreshments that morning. If grandparents or special friends are looking for a way to help our school, there are light bulb notes outside the 4K classroom with donation items for our teachers and their classrooms. If they would like to grab a light bulb that morning it would be appreciated!

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Halloween: This year we will celebrate Halloween on Thursday, Oct. 31. Students are to bring their costumes to school (except for 1st Grade who has a field trip that day).  Costumes should not be overly violent(no weapons) or gruesome in nature.  At 2:00 pm will be our parade and Table or Treat There is NO SCHOOL Liturgy on Oct. 31 so students do not need blue polos that day.

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All Saints’ Day:  November 1 is a Holy Day of Obligation for the Catholic Church. It is a day where we honor our church’s superheroes, the saints!  We will have liturgy at 8:30 am and students are to be in their blue polos and blue, black or khaki pants.  After the 8:30 liturgy our 4th Graders will be displaying their Saints’ Fair Projects in the Gathering Space.

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Monday, October 21: There will be no early release on Monday, October 21. Students will be dismissed at 3:10 pm.  4K students are present that day. There is NO SCHOOL on Friday, October 25 for all students in the School District of Monroe!

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Holy Land:  I just wanted to inform you that I have been given the opportunity to visit the Holy Land on trip with several members of our parish community (including Msgr. Larry).  I will be out of the country from Wednesday, October 30 to Nov. 8  During this time I will be checking emails. If you have any concerns, I would encourage you to communicate to Mrs. Coplien in the office, 325-3395. I would ask for your prayers during this once in a lifetime opportunity. I look forward to sharing about my trip with the students of St. Victor School.

Thank you so much for choosing St. Victor School.  We appreciate your commitment and support of our school and parish community. If you have questions or concerns please feel free to contact me by email, joepeters@stvictormonroe.org or call, 325-3395.

 

God Bless,

Joe Peters