The Crusader Times Thursday, March 20, 2014

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The Crusader Times Thursday, March 20, 2014
March 20, 2014
Important Dates:
Dear Parents,
Mar. 21—23
High School Musical
Forty days seems like a long time for us to focus
on “changing our hearts” during Lent. You
might want to take a different approach to Lent
this year to keep your children focused on improving or changing behaviors.
Sat., 3/29
BSC, Spring Auction at The Desmond
Fri., 4/4
Pizza Bingo Night
Fri., 4/11
Snow Make Up Day
Put out two jars, an empty one and one full of
jelly beans and whenever anyone performs a
good deed or sacrifice during Lent, they could
move a jelly bean into the empty jar to fill it up.
On Easter the family can share the candy as a
symbol of the sweet reward of heaven.
Wed., 4/16
Snow Make Up Day
Thurs., 4/17 Snow Make Up Day, Noon Dismissal
Apr. 18-20
Easter Holy Days, No School
Mon., 4/21
Snow Make Up Day
May this Lent help all of our families grow in
love for God by the time the Easter morning
dawns.
Sat., 4/26
First Holy Communion
Mon., 4/28
Sincerely,
Mrs. Margaret Egan
Principal
[email protected]
Parent Conferences PreK-2
(No School for PreK-2)
Tues., 4/29
Parent Conferences 3-8
(No school for 3-8)
Fri., 5/2
May Procession Mass – 10 a.m.
Sat., 5/3
Family Movie Night
Fri., 5/ 9
Snow Make Up Day
Fri., 5/16
Volunteer Breakfast – 8:30 a.m.
Fri., 5/23
Field Day-Noon Dismissal
(Bus Transportation) & CARES
Mon., 5/26
Memorial Day Holiday – No school
Wed., 6/4
DARE Graduation and 8th grade awards
Tiffany Boden and Mary Jane Lorenz, Co-chairs of Bid, Sip & Celebrate, would like to recognize
and offer profound thanks to the following list of auction volunteers.
There is no way this night could happen without your support and energy. Thank you!
Committee Chairpersons
Donations and Contributions - Meaghan Ottesen
Specialty Donations and BSC Favor Boxes - Amy Carlson
Classroom Theme Baskets - Trish Salome and Joanne Willcox
Sponsorships - Mary Regan and Nancy Shew
Bank - Shannon and Greg DiFonzo
Welcome Committee – Stacey Dillon, Tina Hodlofski and Sally Lemheney
Ticket Sales – Lisa Hughes and Ginger Mauro
Auction Treasurer - Cindy Croley
Lucky 7 Raffles - Mary Edgcumbe and Maureen Mazzuca
Parish Communications – Steve Edgcumbe
Event Program – Sheila Doherty and Beth Wegerbauer
Auctioneer – Tom Czarzasty
Photography – Leanne Argonish
Florals – Chrissy D’Iorio, Kate Mullin and Christa Seeger
BSC Calendar – Paul Boden and Bridget Doyle
Advancement Director and Auction Support – Trish Kyle
Joe Arscott
Gloria Baladez
Paul Baker
Regan Barber
Stephanie Beisser
Emma Boden
Maggie Boden
Michael Boden
PJ Boden
Peter Browne
Mariesa Capelli
Carolyn Chalmers
Megan Charlton
Patricia Coronado
Alyssa Cunningham
Linda Czachor
Denise Czarzasty
Christine Daly
Dominic Daly
Michelle D'Alessandro
Nick D’Alessandro
Christina DellaVecchia
Carla DiProspero
Noel Doherty
Mary Dougherty
Volunteers
Barbara Downing
Bob Downing
Matt Downing
Michelle Flowers
Megan Foytack
Mary Gormley
Sue Grunza
Erin Heinerichs
Mackenzie Hendrickson
Ashley Hodlofski
Tami Jermyn
Michelle Kaulback
Kate Kenny
Maura Laughlin
Jake Lorenz
Luke Lorenz
Mark Lorenz
Sam Lorenz
Elizabeth Mazzuca
Sam Mazzuca
Jackie McGill
Maria McKinney
Monica Meilinger
Joy Morgan
Sue Nanoski
Special Recognition
Barbara Downing
Mrs. Egan
Chris Chalmers
Peggy Anne Fox
Barb McCarron
Homeroom Parents
Saints Peter and Paul
School Staff and Faculty
Gretchen Nichter
Colleen Onderdonk
Alison Oshop
Chris Ottesen
Christian Ottesen
Colin Ottesen
Hayley Parry
John Parry
Stacey Pedicone
Steve Regan
Michelle Riley
Michele Riotto
David Salome
Talia Salome
Karen Seifried
Kelly Senkow
Cathy Stefanski
Jean Visser
Nicole Walsh
Bryan Willcox
Bryan Willcox, Jr.
Kevin Willcox
Mary Willcox
Jocelyn Wood
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Congratulation to
Jay Wilmer!
Great job by the
Saints Peter and Paul School
Irish Step Dancers!
Jay has been invited to the Pennsylvania state level competition of
the National Geography Bee in
Harrisburg on Friday, April 4th.
Jay is eligible to win the national championship
and its first place prize, a $50,000 college scholarship. The 2014 Bee is sponsored by Google.
The Luck of the Irish was with them during
their performance at the
Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
2013-2014 Annual Fund Update
Thank you to everyone who has already contributed
to the 2013-2014 Saints Peter and Paul School Annual Fund Campaign. We also express sincere thanks to
those who have secured Matching Gifts through their
place of employment!
We invite all of the members of our community to
demonstrate support for the school mission by investing in the Saints Peter and Paul School Annual Fund.
Donations can be sent directly to school or online by
visiting:
www.sspeterandpaulrc.org/school/support-us/give-now/
By the numbers:
As of 3/20/2014 the 13-14 Annual Fund has:
241 donors
Received $102,917
Pledged: $1,150
Total: $104,067
The 2013-2014 Annual Fund is being used to
support the following:
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An additional day per week for the Saints Peter and
Paul School Art Program
The Foreign Language Program for students 5-8
Weekly on-site IT support to maintain a state-of-theart technology program
Immediate repairs and ongoing maintenance to the
school building, which is used by the school children, the Religious Education Program and the
SSPP CYO program.
All gifts are tax deductible !
All gifts, large and small, represent the
spirit of giving and our support of
Catholic education in the
Saints Peter and Paul community.
This total brings Saints Peter and Paul School to 87% of the $120,000 goal by June 30, 2014. Each gift to the
2013-2014 Annual Fund will be used exclusively at Saints Peter and Paul School during the current fiscal year!
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ANNOUNCING
Saints Peter and Paul Home and School Association
Election of Executive Board Members on
Tuesday, May 6 at the HSA Meeting.
The President is responsible for all activities of the Home and School Association. The President sets the agenda
and presides over all Executive Board and General meetings. The President coordinates with parents, the pastor,
principal and the BoLJ to insure that the Home and School Association serves as a primary resource to insure the
best educational experience for the students. The President, in consultation with the Executive Board, determines
the association’s budget and undertakes fundraising activities necessary to support spending initiatives and accumulate reserves to insure the longevity of the association and sets initiatives, goals and programs designed to enhance
the student and family experience at Saints Peter and Paul School. The President appoints committees as set forth
in the by-laws and serves as an ex-officio member of each committee.
The Secretary is responsible for keeping all minutes and documentation from HSA General and Executive Board
meetings. The secretary also keeps the general membership informed about Home and School Association meetings
and events. The Secretary must attend all monthly Executive Board and General meetings and prepare notices for
all SSPPHSA meetings and events . The Secretary will work in conjunction with the Executive Board to support
spending initiatives and accumulate reserves to insure the longevity of the association and to set initiatives, goals and
programs designed to enhance the student and family experience at Saints Peter and Paul School.
The term of office for each elected SSPPHSA executive board member is 2 years. If you, or someone you know,
would like to run for the position of President or Secretary, please contact a member of the nominating committee
listed below. All interested candidates should submit their name and biography by April 6, 2014.
Nominating Committee
Karen Seifried
Maura Laughlin
[email protected]
[email protected]
Save the Date!
Saturday, May 3rd
Pizza Bingo
Sponsored by the Class of 2014
Friday, April 4, 2014
Sign up form is available in this issue of TCT
It will be here B4 you know it!
Home and School Association hosts
Movie Night
at
Saints Peter and Paul School!
Movie starts promptly at 8:15pm
Arrive at 7:30pm
*Students will vote on movie selection.
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High School Musical at Saints Peter and Paul School
This year, the Saints Peter and Paul School Junior Players will be presenting
Disney’s High School Musical.
This is the Players’ 7th annual production and will feature 50 5th, 6th, 7th, and
8th grade students. This SSPP production sets the all time school record for most
participants and youngest performers! This truly is “The Start of Something
New”. Come join us as the SSPP Junior Players will “Bop to the Top” !
Performance dates are Friday, March 21st at 7pm, Saturday, March 22nd at
7pm,and Sunday, March 23th at 3pm. All are welcome to attend!
In preparation for SSPP Terra Nova Testing, The Hall
Mall team prepared Terra Nova Kits that were available via
pre order. More than 250 kits were sold! Individual kit items are still
available for sale before school.
The next promotional sale of St. Patrick’s Day Accessories was also successful! All but one item sold out in just 2 days. The St. Patrick’s Day
Promotional Sale included a “Pot O’ Pennies” guessing contest. The
winner, Anna Argonish ‘18, guessed 4,018. Congratulations Anna!
Anna Argonish ‘18 wins
“Pot o’ Pennies” contest
Brennan’s Office Interiors has generously donated The Hall Mall design and structure. The official Grand Opening is scheduled for April
11, 2014.
Thank you to Sue Zebrowski P’17,P’18, P’20, Chuck Briggs P’17,’19,
Jennifer Corrigan P’20,’22, Bridget Doyle, P’14,’16,’19 and Lauren
Ranalli P’18 for their continued support of The Hall Mall.
Why do Catholics…...
avoid meat on Fridays during Lent?
Catholics who are at least fourteen years old are obliged to abstain from meat on
Fridays during Lent. This practice is meant as a sacrifice in honor of Christ’s sacrifice on Good Friday. It is also an outward, penitential sign of our faith. The church
still recommends abstinence on all Fridays of the year, not just during Lent. In fact,
if we don’t abstain from meat on non-Lenten Fridays, we’re asked to substitute
some other form of penance.
St. Patrick’s Day Accessory Sale
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Saints Peter and Paul School
1327 Boot Road
West Chester PA
Dear Parents/Guardians of all current PreK, 2nd grade, 5th grade and 6Th grade students.
This is a courtesy reminder regarding state health requirements for next year. Many of these requirements can be
met now and avoid numerous reminder letters next school year.
Current PreK. Kindergarten has a Physician’s Physical Exam requirement. This must include a Tdap vaccine after
your child’s 4th birthday, in addition to a completed Hepatitis B series, two (2) Chicken Pox vaccines and two (2)
MMR vaccines. Any Physician’s Physical dated after January 1st of this year will meet this state requirement.
There is also a Dental requirement for Kindergarten. Since many children are seen twice (2x) per year, any dental
report dated after January 1st of this year, will meet this state requirement.
Current 2nd Graders- Next school year, (3rd Grade), there is a state Dental requirement. Once again, since many children are seen twice (2x) per year, any dental report dated after January 1st of this year, will meet this state requirement.
Current 5th Graders- Next school year, (6th Grade), there is a state required Physician’s Physical Exam. As noted
above, any Physicians Physical dated after January1st of this calendar year will meet this state requirement. Please ask
your pediatrician about the meningitis vaccine (Menactra). This is a seventh grade state requirement, which can be
met, in sixth grade.
Current 6th Graders- Next school year, (7th Grade), there is a state required meningitis vaccine. This vaccine MUST
be obtained prior to beginning 7th grade. Students without this vaccine will not be permitted to start school in September without this vaccine. Often times this vaccine is given to students during their 6th grade Physician’s Physical.
There is also a Dental requirement for all 7th graders. Again, since many children are seen twice (2x) per year, any
dental report dated after January 1st of this year, will meet this state requirement.
The requirements listed above are state requirements for all students in Pennsylvania, whether they attend Private
School, Public School, Home School, Charter School or Cyber School. We are sending you this courtesy reminder
to give you the greatest amount of time to fulfill the state requirements, while reducing the time and expense necessary to mail home the numerous reminder letters.
IMPORTANT: Please make a copy of any reports being sent to the nurses in the event that the report does not
make it to us or it is misplaced. The nurses are only human after all.
Thank You….The Nursing Committee.
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2013-2014 EITC Program & Tuition Assistance
Do you or someone you know own a business in PA?
Join us on Friday, March 21 at 8:15am to learn
about how PA business can redirect PA state taxes to
Saints Peter and Paul School through Educational
Tax Improvement Credits (EITC). All SSPP EITC
money is used for tuition assistance for families in
need.
Event Agenda:
8:00 am to 8:15am – Light Breakfast
8:15 am to 8:45 am – Informational session on
EITC
Immediately following the informational session,
Saints Peter and Paul School will celebrate current
EITC contributors for their generosity and commitment to the Saints Peter and Paul School Community. Representatives from our EITC contributors will
join us at 8:45am for a Thank You Assembly and
Celebration! Below is a list of these generous community businesses that dedicate EITC to Saints Peter
and Paul School:
EITC Financial Aid Applications are still being
accepted. Applications processed by April 15th
will be considered in the second round of EITC
financial aid awards.
How do families apply to receive an EITC scholarship?
The EITC application, the PSAS, is available online at
http://www.psas.org/blocs/
Families can also request a printed application from the
Saints Peter and Paul School Advancement Office. This
application is required to apply for available Saints Peter
and Paul School EITC tuition assistance. Families will be
notified on a rolling basis of EITC financial aid award.
The Saints Peter and Paul School Code is #5580.
The maximum income for a single household to qualify
for EITC scholarships is as follows:
# of dependents in Household — Max. Income
1
$90,000
First Resource Bank
2
$105,000
RBC Capital Markets
3
$120,000
4
$135,000
5
$150,000
DNB First
Austill’s Rehabilitation Services, Inc
DellaVecchia, Reilly, Smith &
Boyd Funeral Home
Sterling Services, Inc., Bob DiScuillo, CPA
If your family is in need of financial assistance for the
2014-2015 academic year, we encourage you to apply for
the dedicated EITC funds. Contact the Advancement
Office with any question.
J.P. Mascaro
BLOCS
Foundation For Catholic Education
Supporting Chester County
All financial aid requests are
extremely confidential.
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Reading is a Home Run!
Every year the Saints Peter and Paul School Library participates
in the Wilmington Blue Rocks baseball team’s reading challenge. To complete the challenge, students read ten books and
document them on the special Blue Rocks Bookmark. Completed bookmarks must be signed by a parent or teacher and
submitted to Mrs. Conway by Thursday, April 10th.
Students who return completed book marks to Mrs. Conway in
the Library will receive two tickets to attend a Wilmington
Blue Rocks baseball game. The date of the game is TBD.
For camp descriptions and
other information visit:
www.scienceexplorers.com
Junior camps are for ages 4-6
Half Day and Full Day Camps are for ages 7-11
At Saints Peter and Paul School!
Week of July 14
Fun-omenal Physics
Half and Full Day Options (ages 7-11)
Week of July 21
Potions, Powders and Polymers
Half or Full Day Options (ages 7-11)
Jr. Investigative Team (1/2 day from 9am-12pm) (ages 4-6)
Week of July 28
Leonardo's Toy Chest
Half or Full Day Options (ages 8-11)
Week of August 4
Take a Dive
Half or Full Day Options (ages 7-11)
Jr. Explorers (1/2 day from 9am-12pm) (ages 4-6)
$15 March Early Bird Discount!
Page 8
Reminders:
Payforit.net provides online payment for the SSPP cafeteria. Remember our “district” is
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Not only can you add money to your child’s account, but
you can also view purchase history!

Scrip Gift Certificates are now available online! Visit Shopwithscrip.com and use the
Saints Peter and Paul Presto-Pay enrollment code: CDB1D9153828
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
Earn cash for Saints Peter and Paul with Giant’s A+ School Rewards Program! Register your
Giant Bonus Card online at www.giantfoodstores.com/aplus, enter our school code, 04003,
and use your Giant Bonus Card when your shop!

Present a Swiss Farms discount card when you shop at Swiss Farms and receive a 5%
discount on your total purchase. Swiss Farm will then donate an additional 3% back
to Saints Peter and Paul School.

Pretzel Order due XX
PreK4 5 Day -8th: $8. 40

Kid Fit Club Date: 4/24

LEGO CLUB—Grades K-2:
PreK4 3 Day: $4.80
4/9
PreK3: $3.60
Grades 3-5: 4/23
Below are the make up snow days:
Friday, April 11
Wednesday, April 16
Thursday, April 17 NOON DISMISSAL
Monday, April 21
Friday May 9
Monday, June 9
Keep on clipping Box Tops and Labels for Education.
The Pizza Party Contest originally scheduled for February
has been postponed to kick off in April! Keep an eye out for details.
New This Year!
The
Money Tree
They say money doesn’t grow on trees…or does it?
There is a new, exciting item at this year’s auction!
The Bid, Sip & Celebrate Money Tree holds $500 in cash
and is presented on a custom-made, decorative floral piece
that will look beautiful in your home.
Tickets are on sale this Sunday, March 23, during Donut Sunday;
next week during Student Class Basket ticket sales and at the Auction on March 29.
Raffle tickets: $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00
Donated by Abbé Coroniti of Sue Giacomucci Interiors.
The Donations Committee will have final say to declare the winners and their decision is final.
Friday night fun in the Church Hall!!!
Pizza BINGO Night!
Friday April 4th, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Bring your family and friends and join your fellow SSPP school community for a fun and easy
Lenten dinner of Pizza, drinks and dessert followed by BINGO! BINGO! BINGO!!!
BINGO cards will be sold that evening for 25 cents each or 5 for $1. Prizes will be awarded to
all BINGO winners. There will also be 50/50 drawings throughout the evening.
Don’t miss out on this family “FUN” raiser!
Proceeds from BINGO will go towards Saints Peter and Paul’s
2014 graduating class festivities.
Space is limited! Don’t Delay!
__________________________________________________________________
Please return this portion with your payment to:
Christina Vagnozzi c/o Nick Vagnozzi HR 27 Mrs. Dickson
by Wednesday, March 26th .
Family Name:_______________________
Phone:_____________________
Oldest child homeroom grade and classroom:_____________________________
# Attending:
Adults __________
Children _________
Please select from the following:
Price
1 Plain Pie, Chips, Drinks & Dessert
$20.00
Additional Pies
$10.00
Total Cost
(Checks made payable to SSPP-HSA)
Quantity
Total Cost
$20.00
_____
$_____
$_____
Any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact Patti Bedics ([email protected])
Operation Easter Outfit
Easter Outfits needed!
Please help Partners in Outreach provide NEW
clothing to the Saint Agnes Day Room, The Coatesville
CYWA Family Center and other organizations.
Dress Children for Easter
New Outfits
Boys or Girls
Target gift cards
Infant to Size 16
Donations accepted through April 1, 2014
Collection site:
SS. Peter & Paul School and Church
Your prayers and generosity are appreciated by many!
Any questions, please contact:
Barb Quinn – [email protected] 610-344-0418
Amy Kovell – [email protected]
www.partnersinoutreach.org
STRONGER YOUTH. BEYOND THE GAME.
Register today for Soccer Shots!
Soccer Shots is extending its classes at Saints Peter and
Paul School, offering an 8-week SPRING 2014 season!
The objective of Soccer Shots is to introduce your child to soccer – the world’s most popular sport! In
addition to learning soccer, your child will be encouraged in group and team play fundamentals, active
lifestyle habits, strong character skills, and more!
SEASON DETAILS:
WHERE:
ALL PRE-K THROUGH 2ND GRADE STUDENTS!
$88 for the 8-WEEK SPRING SEASON
MONDAY SESSIONS @ DISMISSAL – 3:30 PM. STARTS MARCH
24th AND ENDS JUNE 2nd (NO SESSIONS 4/21, 4/28 OR 5?26).
ON-SITE AT SAINTS PETER AND PAUL SCHOOL
HOW:
REGISTER AND PAY ONLINE: http://chester.ssreg.org
WHO:
WHAT:
WHEN:
Proud Partners
CONTACT: SAM BLAKE 484-798-8287 OR [email protected]
ONLINE REGISTRATION & PAYMENT ONLY: We have moved to online registration
and payment as the only option to register for Soccer Shots. This ensures that every
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REGISTER & PAY ONLINE @ http://chester.ssreg.org
What is Soccer Shots?
Soccer Shots is a national leader in youth
soccer development. Our nationally
recognized program offers a high energy, fun,
age-appropriate introduction to the wonderful
game of soccer. Our innovative curriculum
emphasizes both soccer skills and character
development. Soccer Shots has been ranked
#1 in Children’s Fitness two years in a row
by Entrepreneur Magazine.
What do the classes include?
• Character building word of the day
• Soccer word of the day
• Basic soccer skills
• Exclusive Soccer Shots games
• Creative & imaginative games
• Fun fitness activities and exercises
• Coordination, balance, and agility
development
• Weekly and seasonal prizes
Our goal is simple: To leave a lasting, positive impact on the youth we serve.
WWW.SOCCERSHOTS.ORG/CHESTER
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
1
“Open the Door
of Faith” at Abp.
Carroll High
School
GO FOR THE GREEN
EAT BROCCOLI—THE BRAIN FOOD
2
3
9
4
5
ESAA
Principals’
Meeting
Chester County Advisory
Board Mtg;
10
11
12
Clocks
Third
Spring ahead Trimester
Confirmation begins
Practice
Principals’
Meeting at St.
Elizabeth
16
18
17
6
7
HSA
General
Mtg. at 7pm
Science
Explorers
2nd Trimester
ends
13
14
19
Parish
Penance
Service
Stations at
1:15pm
20
High School
Musical at 1pm
Science
Explorers
26
BSC
Class Basket
Sales in School
High School
Musical at 3pm
30
25
BSC
Class Basket
Sales in School
15
21
EITC Event
Stations;
High School
Musical at 7pm
22
28
29
TERRA NOVA TESTING THIS WEEK
24
8
PreK Sugaring
Trip 10am
Confirmation
Confirmation at
practice;
10:00 a.m.
Report cards;
Stations at 1:15pm
Science
Explorers
Chick eggs
arrive in PreK
23
Sat
27
Science
Explorers
Communion
Retreat at 10:30am
High School
Musical at 7pm
Stations; PreK
Donuts for dad; Spring
Cluster dance at Fundraiser at the
SSJ
Desmond
31
1327 Boot Road, West Chester, PA 19380
tel: (610) 696-1000
fax:(484) 631-0181
www.sspeterandpaulrc.org/school/
email: [email protected]
Principal: Mrs. Margaret Egan
Sun
6
Mon
7
Class
Pictures taken
13
20
14
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
1
2
3
Grade 4 visits
Harrisburg
Science
Explorers
after school;
Home & School
Exec. Board meets
4
5
First Friday Mass
10am
Famous Americans
Gr. 3;
Principals’ Retreat;
Pizza Bingo Night
8
Class
Pictures;
Reading
Olympics at
East H.S.;
Gr. 2 Zoo
9
10
Science
Explorers
after school;
Reading
Olympics
6-7-8 at EAST H.S.
11
15
16
17
18
19
Snow Day
Make-up
Snow Day
make up
Noon dismissal
GOOD
FRIDAY
No School
Easter Egg
Hunt 11 a.m.
23
24
25
26
First
Communion
Practice;
St. Agnes Cluster
Dance
First
Communion
Lego Club Gr.
K-2
21
22
Snow Day
Make-up
First Commun- Grade 3 Phillies Science
ion Practice-5:30 Tour; Lego 3-5 Explorers
to 6:30 or 6:45
after school
to 7:45
Principal at NCEA convention in Pittsburgh
27
28
29
30
No school for
PreK to 2 ONLY
No school for
Gr. 3-8 ONLY
Fuel Up to Play
60 EventMorning Walk
Sat
12
Stations of the
Cross
1:15
Parent Conferences
1327 Boot Road, West Chester, PA 19380
tel: (610) 696-1000
fax:(484) 631-0181
www.sspeterandpaulrc.org/school/
email: [email protected]
Principal: Mrs. Margaret Egan

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