Catholic Schools Week!

Find information below on our annual Catholic Schools Week!

Post Catholic Schools Week Update:

Last week, we had a wonderful Catholic Schools Week. Despite a few adjustments, the students were still able to have a great spirit week. They were able to continue their daily service projects to support our community each day. Service throughout their education is a vital part of being a student at Immacolata.

Finally, we handled Mission Carnival differently this year. Rather than sell tickets, we went with donations only. Studentss, parents, and staff made donations. This year, we are able to send CRUDEM Foundation which supports the Sacre Coeur Hospital in Haiti more than ever before!  We are sending them a check for $5,369.

 

This is a huge testament to the generosity of this community.

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1/30 & 1/31

wknd

Mass & Families Speaking

STUDENTS SPEAK AT MASS

Students & Families will speak at various masses.

2 staff members will be at each mass to assist.

The students & families will share why a catholic eductation

2/1

mon

Mix-Match Crazy Dress Day!

QUARTER DRIVE

Bring in as many quarters as you can! (one roll per family)

Benefitting St. Vincent DePaul Suds of Love Program to assist those in need.

I SPY WITH MY LITTLE EYE

Classroom Scavenger Hunt

WHAT I LOVE ABOUT IMMACOLATA

Displayed in school hallway and Church

2/2

TUE

Jammies & Sammies Day!

MAKING SANDWICHES

Making sandwiches for the poor (made in classrooms) *no parent helpers this year.

See ONLINE SIGN-UPS for what to bring in

MOVIES & POPCORN

*PK will have non-popcorn treat

8th GRADE VS. TEACHERS VOLLEYBALL!

8th Graders will be cheered on in hall!

7th / 8th Graders & 8th Grade Parents allowed in gym.

K-6 students will watch via Zoom.

2/3

WED

Immacolata Spirit Day!

5th-8th MASS

OUR LITTLE HAVEN DONATION

Students bring in items for Our Little Haven

(Paper Towels (Indiv, wrapped), Toilet Paper (India or small pkg), Tissues, Diapers - size 5 & 6)

KAHOOT TRIVIA

Trivia & games in classrooms

LUNCH ON IMMACOLATA!

Immacolata will provide Chick-fil-A free of charge for all students instead of the parent-child lunch.

8th Grade will have a special celebration!

Teachers & Students will have a special gift to thank parents for all the support this year!

2/4

THUR

Flashback to 80s & 90s Day!

K-4 MASS

BLESSING BAGS

All students bring in assigned essentials (list - click here) & will create blessing bags for St. Patrick's Center

IMMACOLATA WORLD CUP!

Annual 8th grade-led Catholic Schools Week All School Tournament!

THANK YOU ORLANDO & JUSTIN DAY!

They have gone above & beyond this year!

Kids will make cards throughout this week.

ICE CREAM SOCIAL

Ice Cream Truck!

*Email if allergies (they have peanut, dairy & egg free options)

2/5

FRI

Mission Carnival!  Free Dress!

MISSION CARNIVAL!

Mission $ goest to CRUDEM Foundation to help Sacre Coeur Hospital in Haiti.

 

We will still have a morning of fun!

Students will go with their homeroom group to the gym & cafeteria to play games and win prizes!

We are not selling tickets for the games - instead our collection this year is 100% donation.  We usually collect over $3,000.  I am hoping we can still reach that amount!

STAFF APPRECIATION DAY!

Send in a card or email to Mrs. Gaskell for your teachers for their dedication to the Catholic Education!

NOON DISMISSAL

No aftercare

BLESSING BAGS

On Thursday, February 4th, we will strive to be a blessing to our community by creating "Blessing Bags" for the clients served by St. Patrick Center.

On Thursday, please send the following:

  • KDG - (1) Toothbrush and 1 Small toothpaste

  • 1st - (1) small box of bandaids

  • 2nd - (1) bar of wrapped soap & small comb

  • 3rd - (2) small bottles of shampoo

  • 4th - (2) protein bars

  • 5th - (2) tuna and cracker packs

  • 6th - (1) lip balm

  • 7th - (1) 6 pack of peanut butter crackers

  • 8th - (1) 6 pack cheese crackers

**Small sizes are needed because all items need to fit into a gallon size plastic bag.

"For it is in the giving that we receive" - St. Francis of Assisi