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MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 26, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Teachers: Please get your book and supply orders in before you leave for the summer.

 

The awards program will begin at 10:00 this morning in church.

 

Lunch will be at 11:45.

 

Today for lunch we will have hot dogs, potato chips and lemonade. Students there are only a few bags of plain chips left so you may have to decide between barbecue and green onion.

 

Mrs. Elizabeth Wolford (Leliana’s mom) had surgery and will be laid up for a while. Please keep Mrs. Wolford and her family in your prayers. We are going to start a meal train for the family beginning May 31 for the month of June. The meals will be provided on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and they will need to be delivered to the Wolford’s home. Please call or stop by the school office if you are interested in providing a meal so that we can get you on the meal train calendar. Thank you.

 

The lost and found clothes is set out on a table today, please go through it and if anything is yours please take it. Thank you.

 

Mr. Bingham will not be here today, 7th graders can you please take care of the trash and sweep the cafeteria floor. Thank you.

 

Teachers: there is plastic in the office to cover your book shelves and anything else you want covered. Also teachers there are McDonald’s coupons in the office for French fries and ice cream cones, take what you want to give to your students.

 

I want to wish everybody a very enjoyable summer. I hope it is your best summer yet. Just for your knowledge the first day of school in the fall is Tuesday, Aug. 29th. which if my math is correct is 90 days from tomorrow.

 

All students, please get any food you have in the refrigerators out, it will be thrown away after today. Teachers also, please get any food you may have in the fridge out. The refrigerators will be cleaned out next week.

 

For the students who may not be coming back to St. Mary’s, I wish you the best. Remember, if your new school does not work out, the door is always open for you to return to St. Mary’s. YOU WILL BE MISSED!!

 

Happy Birthday to Brooklyn Schmidt, Wyatt Rammel and Ethan Jones. Brooklyn, Wyatt and Ethan please come to the office after announcements.

 

Congratulations to Leliana Wolford and the Dale Dircksen family. Leliana sold the most tickets for the K of C’s so she receives a check for $35.00. There were 19 families that sold 5 or more tickets, and the Dircksen’s were picked from a box.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Have a Wonderful Friday and a magnificent summer.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


Pictures from Field Day 2017

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MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 25, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Teachers: Please get your book and supply orders in before you leave for the summer.

 

Reminder:  In case you forgot, tomorrow is the last day of school and we  have a full day of school.

 

Tomorrow for lunch we will have hot dogs, potato chips and lemonade. Students there are only a few bags of plain chips left so you may have to decide between barbecue and green onion.

 

Mrs. Elizabeth Wolford (Leliana’s mom) had surgery and will be laid up for a while. Please keep Mrs. Wolford and her family in your prayers. We are going to start a meal train for the family beginning May 31 for the month of June. The meals will be provided on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and they will need to be delivered to the Wolford’s home. Please call or stop by the school office if you are interested in providing a meal so that we can get you on the meal train calendar. Thank you.

 

The lost and found clothes is set out on a table today, please go through it and if anything is yours please take it. Thank you.

 

Mr. Bingham will not be here today or tomorrow, 7th graders can you please take care of the trash and sweep the cafeteria floor. Thank you.

 

Teachers: there is plastic in the office to cover your book shelves and anything else you want covered. Also teachers there are McDonald’s coupons in the office for French fries and ice cream cones, take what you want to give to your students.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Dear God, please bring peace to the world.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 24, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Congratulations to the 8th graders on their graduation.

Teachers: Please get your book and supply orders in before you leave for the summer.

 

Teachers:  There are vegetables left over from last night if you would like to have some for your students and yourself they are in the refrigerator in the kitchen. Help yourself.

 

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Jones for Mrs. Dietz this morning.

 

Reminder:  We have a full day of school on Friday.

 

The lost and found clothes will be set out on a table today, please go through it and if anything is yours please take it. Thank you.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Enjoy your last three days of school.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 23, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

 

Thank you Mrs. Foster and Student Council for putting together a wonderful field day.

 

Teachers and students: The cafeteria may get set up this morning for graduation, if it does the students can either eat in their classrooms or outside.

 

8th grade graduation is tonight, Mass begins at 6:30.

 

Teachers: Please get your book and supply orders in before you leave for the summer.

 

The three or four people with library books out please get them turned in this morning.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Four days of school left.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 22, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Students: Remember that if you get 5 people to sign up for the Sunshine 5K by today you can throw a pie in my face on the last day of school. The 5K is a good fund raiser for the school so please try to get 5 people to sign up. They do not have to be runners, they can also walk.

 

8th graders; don’t forget your computer projects need to be completed by today.

 

Field day is today.

 

Student Council members please meet in the cafeteria after announcements.

 

The DC Breakers soccer team won over the weekend 2 to 1.

 

8th grade graduation is tomorrow night, Mass begins at 6:30.

 

Teachers: Book order and supply order forms are in your mailbox, use the same form for both.

 

Happy birthday Mrs. Holmes.

 

Congratulations to Jacob Maher, who scored the last goal for a 3-0 victory that sent his Tipp City soccer team to the finals in the Kolping Tournament in Hamilton, Ohio yesterday.  Jacob's team went on to win the championship game 4-0.  They won all four of their games over the weekend and gave up zero goals in those four games - Jacob is one of the goalkeepers.

 

Mrs. McCoy’s father is in the hospital please pray for him. Mrs. McCoy is not here today, since it is field day she does not have a sub.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “A lie doesn’t become truth, wrong doesn’t become right,
and evil doesn’t become good just because it’s accepted by a majority.”

 

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 19, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

All library books are due to be returned today.

 

Students: Remember that if you get 5 people to sign up for the Sunshine 5K by today you can throw a pie in my face on the last day of school. The 5K is a good fund raiser for the school so please try to get 5 people to sign up. They do not have to be runners, they can also walk.

 

Today representatives from the Darke County Sheriff’s Department will be here to do a drug presentation with our students. Grades K thru 4 will meet beginning at 10:00, grades 5 thru 8 will meet at approximately 10:30.This will take place in the cafeteria.

 

8th graders; don’t forget your computer projects need to be completed by Monday.

 

Today’s Mass is for Mrs. Barga who will be retiring at the end of the year. After Mass we will have donuts, milk and juice to celebrate with Mrs. Barga. The Mass and donuts were also going to be for Mrs. Blocher but she has decided not to retire.

 

Redbooks are needed for Mass today.

 

Today is the last day of school for the Butterflies.

 

Field day is Monday.

 

8th grade graduation is Tuesday night, Mass begins at 6:30.

 

Book order and supply order forms are in your mailbox, use the same form for both.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Have a Happy Friday.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 19, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

All library books are due to be returned today.

 

Students: Remember that if you get 5 people to sign up for the Sunshine 5K by today you can throw a pie in my face on the last day of school. The 5K is a good fund raiser for the school so please try to get 5 people to sign up. They do not have to be runners, they can also walk.

 

Today representatives from the Darke County Sheriff’s Department will be here to do a drug presentation with our students. Grades K thru 4 will meet beginning at 10:00, grades 5 thru 8 will meet at approximately 10:30.This will take place in the cafeteria.

 

8th graders; don’t forget your computer projects need to be completed by Monday.

 

Today’s Mass is for Mrs. Barga who will be retiring at the end of the year. After Mass we will have donuts, milk and juice to celebrate with Mrs. Barga. The Mass and donuts were also going to be for Mrs. Blocher but she has decided not to retire.

 

Redbooks are needed for Mass today.

 

Today is the last day of school for the Butterflies.

 

Field day is Monday.

 

8th grade graduation is Tuesday night, Mass begins at 6:30.

 

Book order and supply order forms are in your mailbox, use the same form for both.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.”

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 18, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

All library books are due to be returned tomorrow.

 

Students: Remember that if you get 5 people to sign up for the Sunshine 5K by tomorrow you can throw a pie in my face on the last day of school. The 5K is a good fund raiser for the school so please try to get 5 people to sign up. They do not have to be runners, they can also walk.

 

On Friday morning representatives from the Darke County Sheriff’s Department will be here to share drug information with our students. Grades K thru 4 will meet beginning at 10:00, grades 5 thru 8 will meet at approximately 10:30. I am sorry for the late notice but they just called yesterday.

 

8th graders; don’t forget your computer projects need to be completed by Monday.

 

Today is the last day of school for the Caterpillars and tomorrow is the last day of school for the Butterflies.

 

8th grade graduation is next Tuesday night, Mass begins at 6:30.

 

Book order and supply order forms are in your mailbox, use the same form for both.

 

This week will be the last week for keyboarding.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.”

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 17, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Students: Mr. blocher had to be smiling down from heaven yesterday listening to you sing at Mass, you did a wonderful job. Also, I had a parishioner tell me they did not even know you were in church until they heard you sing, that is how quiet you were entering church and going to the choir loft. I could not be more proud of you.

 

All library books are due to be returned by this Friday.

 

Students: Remember that if you get 5 people to sign up for the Sunshine 5K by May 19th you can throw a pie in my face on the last day of school. The 5K is a good fund raiser for the school so please try to get 5 people to sign up. They do not have to be runners, they can also walk.

 

On Friday morning representatives from the Darke County Sheriff’s Department will be here to share drug information with our students. Grades K thru 4 will meet beginning at 10:00, grades 5 thru 8 will meet at approximately 10:30. I am sorry for the late notice but they just called yesterday.

 

The AR store will be open today beginning at 12:30.

 

8th graders; don’t forget your computer projects need to be completed by Monday.

 

Tomorrow is the last day of school for the Caterpillars and Friday is the last day of school for the Butterflies.

 

8th grade graduation is next Tuesday night, Mass begins at 6:30.

 

This week will be the last week for keyboarding.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Enjoy the great weather!

Have a Wonderful Day!!

 

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

All library books are due to be returned by this Friday, May 19th.

 

Students: Remember that if you get 5 people to sign up for the Sunshine 5K by May 19th you can throw a pie in my face on the last day of school. The 5K is a good fund raiser for the school so please try to get 5 people to sign up. They do not have to be runners, they can also walk.

 

Happy Birthday Mr. Lantz,

 

On Friday morning representatives from the Darke County Sheriff’s Department will be here to share drug information with our students. Grades K thru 4 will meet beginning at 10:00, grades 5 thru 8 will meet at approximately 10:30. I am sorry for the late notice but they just called yesterday.

 

The Greenville Junior High spring sports program is this morning at 7:50.

 

The AR store will be open tomorrow beginning at 12:30.

 

Teachers please have your students ready to walk over to church at 10:15 today. Let the kindergarten and 1st and 2nd graders go first.

 

Lunch/recess will begin when we get back from the funeral. You will get your normal 20 minutes.

 

Thursday is the last day of school for the Caterpillars and Friday is the last day of school for the Butterflies.

 

8th grade graduation is next Tuesday night, Mass begins at 6:30.

 

This week will be the last week for keyboarding.

 

The chicken dinners are tonight.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Please keep Mr. Blocher, Mrs. Blocher and their family in your prayers.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 15, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Welcome back 8th graders.

All library books are due to be returned by this Friday, May 19th.

 

Students: Remember that if you get 5 people to sign up for the Sunshine 5K by May 19th you can throw a pie in my face on the last day of school. The 5K is a good fund raiser for the school so please try to get 5 people to sign up. They do not have to be runners, they can also walk.

 

Happy Birthday Isabelle Rammel, it was Isabelle’s birthday last Wednesday, Isabelle please come to the office after announcements.

 

Chicken dinners are tomorrow night.

 

The Greenville Junior High spring sports program is tomorrow morning at 7:50. Greenville Junior High spring athletes please come to the office after announcements.

 

The AR store will be open this Wednesday beginning at 12:30.

 

The elementary choir will sing at the Rosary Altar Banquet tonight.

 

The viewing for Mr. Blocher is tonight from 5:00 – 8:00. Mr. Blocher’s funeral will be tomorrow at 10:30. Reminder, I am asking students not to wear shorts to the funeral Mass.

 

Thursday is the last day of school for the Caterpillars and Friday is the last day of school for the Butterflies.

 

8th grade graduation is next Tuesday night, Mass begins at 6:30.

 

This week will be the last week for keyboarding.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: One more Monday left in the school year.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 12, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

The last day to check out books from the library is today.  All books should be returned by Friday, May 19th.

 

The 8th grade continue on their class trip.

 

Yoga Club will meet today after school. Please let Mrs. Detling know right away if you plan on attending.

 

Students: Remember that if you get 5 people to sign up for the Sunshine 5K by May 19th you can throw a pie in my face on the last day of school. The 5K is a good fund raiser for the school so please try to get 5 people to sign up. They do not have to be runners, they can also walk.

 

Welcome into the building today: Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Dietz, Mrs. Jones for Mrs. Blocher and this afternoon, Mrs. Waltke  for Mrs. McCoy.

 

Redbooks are needed for Mass today.

 

Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Have a Happy Friday!

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 11, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

The last day to check out books from the library is tomorrow, May 12th.  All books should be returned by Friday, May 19th.

 

Students:  when you return the laptops to the teachers' lounge, please do not leave them on the table or on the chairs or in front of the microwave or on top of the storage cart.  Please take the time to put them back into the storage cart and plug them in so they are charged for the next person to use.
 

The 8th grade continue on their class trip.

 

Rosary Club will meet for the last time for this school year today after school.

 

Yoga Club will meet tomorrow after school. Please let Mrs. Detling know by Friday morning if you plan on attending.

 

Congratulations to the DC Breakers soccer team on defeating Botkins 4 – 1. Playing for the Breakers are: Callie Pope, Eva Glass, Elizabeth Stout, and Sami Elam.

 

Students: Remember that if you get 5 people to sign up for the Sunshine 5K by May 19th you can throw a pie in my face on the last day of school. The 5K is a good fund raiser for the school so please try to get 5 people to sign up. They do not have to be runners, they can also walk.

 

Happy Birthday Erin Winner. Erin, please come to the office after announcements.

 

Today, St. Mary’s School will recognize our staff with a luncheon beginning at 11:25 and ending at 12:05.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:   May we grow in our intimacy with God so that we will want to spend more time with him.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 10, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

The last day to check out books from the library is this Friday, May 12th.  All books should be returned by Friday, May 19th.
 

Pictures for the parish directory will be taken again today beginning at 2:30 in the cafeteria. Today is the last day. Students: You will eat in your classrooms.

 

The 8th grade continue on their class trip.

 

Scoliosis checks for the 6th and 7th graders will be today at 9:00 in the teacher’s lounge.

 

The 5th and 6th grade go to the Health Fair today at the Fairgrounds. The bus leaves at 12:05 and you arrive back at 2:30.

 

Rosary Club will meet for the last time for this school year tomorrow after school.

 

Yoga Club will meet Friday after school. Please let Mrs. Detling know by Friday morning if you plan on attending.

 

 

Tomorrow St. Mary’s School will recognize our staff with a luncheon beginning at 11:25 and ending at 12:05.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:   Everything and everyone belongs to God.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 9, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

The last day to check out books from the library is Friday, May 12th.  All books should be returned by Friday, May 19th.
 

Pictures for the parish directory will be taken again today beginning at 2:30 in the cafeteria. They will take pictures through tomorrow. Students: You will eat in your classrooms until pictures are complete.

 

The 8th grade left on their class trip this morning.

 

Happy Birthday to Chloe Deubner. Chloe please come to the office after announcements.

 

Scoliosis checks for the 6th and 7th graders will be tomorrow at 9:00.

 

Today is National Teacher Appreciation Day, however we will celebrate this on Thursday with a luncheon for the staff.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  The greatest mistake of any is to learn nothing.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 8, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

The last day to check out books from the library is Friday, May 12th.  All books should be returned by Friday, May 19th.

 

Mrs. Barga will not be at school this year.
 

Staff: If you did not have your staff picture taken yet please do so. The company will be here through Wednesday.

 

Pictures for the parish directory will be taken again today beginning at 2:30 in the cafeteria. They will take pictures through Wednesday. Students: You will eat in your classrooms thru Wednesday.

 

The 8th grade leave on their class trip tomorrow.

 

The library will be used for testing this morning. AR will be in the cafeteria.

 

After announcements I need to see all students grades 3 thru 8.

 

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction
ends up being the biggest step of your life.”
 

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 5, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Congratulations to Chris Hadden who said a wonderful prayer at the National Day of Prayer event yesterday.

There are still 11 families with Chicken dinner tickets out, hopefully you brought them in this morning.

The last day to check out books from the library is Friday, May 12th.  All books should be returned by Friday, May 19th.

 

The 8th grade Algebra I students will take their state test this morning on the computers in the library. test will begin at 9:15 and last until approx. 11:00.

 

Sunday is World Day of Prayer for Vocations. Please say an extra prayer Sunday for Vocations.
 

Redbooks are not needed today.

 

Happy Birthday to Justin Hadden, Mitchell Schmitmeyer and Mrs. Kreusch. It is Justin’s birthday today and Mitchell’s and Mrs. Kreusch birthday on Sunday. Justin and Mitchell please come to the office after announcements.

 

Staff: After the picture company is ready to go today, please get your picture taken for the directory. Hopefully they will be ready by 2:00 -2:15 so you can get it taken without having to wait.

 

The 3rd and 4th grade will be going to Carillion Park in Dayton today.

 

Pictures for the parish directory will be taken again today beginning at 2:30 in the cafeteria. They will take pictures through next Wednesday. Students: You will eat in your classrooms thru next Wednesday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a Happy Friday!!

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 4, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Today is the National Day of Prayer. Let us all take a moment now to pray for something or someone.

The National Day of Prayer event is tomorrow at the City building beginning at 12:00. St. Mary’s students and staff will attend this very worthwhile event. Lunch/recess will begin at 11:00. This is weather permitting.

Chicken dinner ticket money and unsold tickets are due in today. Students, the chicken dinner committee provides the ice cream for field day to show their appreciation to you for selling the tickets. Please do your best at getting your tickets sold. Reminder, if all money and unsold tickets are turned in by 2:30 today you will have a pizza party.

The last day to check out books from the library is Friday, May 12th.  All books should be returned by Friday, May 19th.

 

The 8th grade Algebra I students will take their state test tomorrow on the computers in the library. test will begin at 9:15.

 

The 3rd and 4th grade will be going to Carillion Park in Dayton tomorrow.

 

Pictures for the parish directory will be taken beginning today at 2:00 in the cafeteria. They will take pictures through next Wednesday. The company will begin to set up today at 12:30. Pictures will be taken in the cafeteria.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Always remember to pray!

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 3, 2017

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Mr. Blocher cannot be here for music today, therefore there is no music class today.

The National Day of Prayer event is tomorrow at the City building beginning at 12:00. St. Mary’s students and staff will attend this very worthwhile event. Lunch/recess will begin at 11:00. This is weather permitting.

Tonight, May 3rd  there will be a program on The Truth about Heroin Addiction in our Family and Communities. This program will take place at Versailles School beginning at 7:00 and ending at 9:00PM.

Chicken dinner ticket money and unsold tickets are due in tomorrow. Students, the chicken dinner committee provides the ice cream for field day to show their appreciation to you for selling the tickets. Please do your best at getting your tickets sold. Reminder, if all money and unsold tickets are turned in by 2:30 tomorrow you will have a pizza party.

The last day to check out books from the library is Friday, May 12th.  All books should be returned by Friday, May 19th.

 

The 3rd grade will take their state math test on the computers in the library this morning beginning at 8:00.

 

The 8th grade Algebra I students will take their state test today and Friday on the computers in the library. today test will begin at 10:00 and Friday’s test will begin at 9:15.

 

The 7th and 8th graders will be praying the Regina Caeli: Queen of Heaven after announcements to honor our Mother Mary. All students should have a copy of this prayer please pray the part for All.

 

Teachers we will have a staff meeting today after school.

 

The 3rd and 4th grade will be going to Carillion Park in Dayton on Friday.

 

Tonight is the last PSR class for the year.

 

Staff members: Mr. Hadden needs a staff picture, we will take it tomorrow morning at 7:35 in the cafeteria.

 

Pictures for the parish directory will be taken beginning on Thursday at 2:00 in the cafeteria. They will take pictures through next Wednesday. The company will begin to set up tomorrow at 12:30. Pictures will be taken in the cafeteria. The weather forecast for Thursday is rain so afternoon PE classes may not be held.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  God gave us his son to show us his love each day.

Have a Wonderful Day!!

Please stand for the Regina Caeli.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

May 2, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements.

The National Day of Prayer event is this Thursday, May 4th at the City building beginning at 12:00. St. Mary’s students and staff will attend this very worthwhile event. Lunch/recess will begin at 11:00.

Today is out of dress code day: If you want to be out of dress code, please bring in a donation to help pay for the cost of field day.

Tomorrow night, May 3rd  there will be a program on The Truth about Heroin Addiction in our Family and Communities. This program will take place at Versailles School beginning at 7:00 and ending at 9:00PM.

Chicken dinner ticket money and unsold tickets are due in on Thursday. Students, the chicken dinner committee provides the ice cream for field day to show their appreciation to you for selling the tickets. Please do your best at getting your tickets sold.

The last day to check out books from the library is Friday, May 12th.  All books should be returned by Friday, May 19th.

 

The 3rd grade will take their state test on the computers in the library this morning and tomorrow beginning at 8:00.

 

The 8th grade Algebra I students will take their state test Wednesday and Friday on the computers in the library. Wednesday’s test will begin at 10:00 and Friday’s test will begin at 9:15.

 

The 7th and 8th graders will be praying the Regina Caeli: Queen of Heaven after announcements to honor our Mother Mary. All students should have a copy of this prayer please pray the part for All.

 

Teachers we will have a staff meeting tomorrow after school.

 

The 3rd and 4th grade will be going to Carillion Park in Dayton on Friday.

 

Pictures for the parish directory will be taken beginning on Thursday at 2:00 in the cafeteria. They will take pictures through next Wednesday. The company will begin to set up tomorrow at 12:30. Pictures will be taken in the cafeteria. The weather forecast for Thursday is rain so afternoon PE classes may not be held.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Today, let’s make the choice to have an attitude of thankfulness.
Have a Wonderful Day!!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Good morning these are your morning announcements.

May crowning will be this morning beginning at 9:15.

The National Day of Prayer event is this Thursday, May 4th at the City building beginning at 12:00. St. Mary’s students and staff will attend this very worthwhile event. Lunch/recess will begin at 11:00.

Tomorrow is out of dress code day: If you want to be out of dress code, please bring in a donation to help pay for the cost of field day.

Wednesday night, May 3rd  there will be a program on The Truth about Heroin Addiction in our family and communities. This program will take place at Versailles School beginning at 7:00 and ending at 9:00PM.

Happy birthday Lydia Beisner. Lydia please come to the office after announcements.

The last day to check out books from the library is Friday, May 12th.  All books should be returned by Friday, May 19th.

 

The 3rd grade will take their state test on the computers in the library tomorrow and Wednesday beginning at 8:00.

 

The 8th grade Algebra I students will take their state test Wednesday and Friday on the computers in the library. Wednesday’s test will begin at 10:00 and Friday’s test will begin at 9:15.

 

The 7th and 8th graders will be praying the Regina Caeli every morning: Queen of Heaven after announcements to honor our Mother Mary. All students should have a copy of this prayer please pray the part for All.

 

Teachers we will have a staff meeting Wednesday after school.

 

The 3rd and 4th grade will be going to Carillion Park in Dayton on Friday.

 

Pictures for the parish directory will be taken beginning on Thursday at 2:00. This I believe will take place in the cafeteria.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  The final month of the school year is here.
Have a Wonderful Day!!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 28, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements.

May crowning will be Monday morning beginning at 9:15.

The National Day of Prayer event is on Thursday, May 4th at the City building, St. Mary’s students and staff will attend this very worthwhile event.

Happy birthday Dylan Jones. Dylan please come to the office after announcements.

The School auction is tomorrow night, please be sure to remind your parents.

There is a parish brunch Sunday morning.

Redbooks are needed today, Students after Mass please be sure your

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a Happy Friday
 

Have a Wonderful Day!!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 26, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements.

Staff and students the funeral for Mrs. Ayette’s father begins at 10:30.

Welcome into the building today:  Mrs. Henry for Mrs. Ayette.

May crowning will be Monday morning beginning at 9:15.

The National Day of Prayer event is on Thursday, May 4th at the City building, St. Mary’s students and staff will attend this very worthwhile event.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:   “Just be yourself. Let people see the real, imperfect,
flawed, quirky,  beautiful, magical person you are.”

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

Have a Wonderful Day!!


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April 25, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements

Thank you to everybody who helped make the Spring Spectacular a huge success. Thank you Mrs. Myers for everything you did.

Congratulations to Mariah and Brooklyn Kreusch. They are on the Twisters All Star’s tumbling team. Their team finished 3rd in the National Competition last Saturday. The event was held in Chicago.

Reminder students: If you are not going to Mrs. Ayette’s Fathers funeral tomorrow you must bring in the signed note  saying you will not attend. The funeral Mass is tomorrow morning at 10:30.

Welcome into the building today:  Mrs. Henry for Mrs. Ayette.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “If you can’t do anything about it then let it go. Don’t be a prisoner to things you can’t change.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

Have a Wonderful Day!!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 24, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements

The following students, have not turned in their auction dinner money and unsold tickets, We need this in! They are:  Gage Denham, Ava Glass, Adam Edwards, Nick Tollefson, Anne Gibson, Graci Emrick, Billy Clopp, Madison Werner, and Mariah Brunswick.  These need turned in so we can have a count so we know how much food needs to be made.

The Spring Spectacular is tonight beginning at 6:30 with the elementary choir singing under the direction of Mrs. Ayette. They will sing downstairs in the cafeteria. The Wonderful World of Dr. Seuss will not be open until after the children are finished singing.

If you have not heard Mrs. Ayette’s father passed away over the weekend. Please keep Mrs. Ayette’s father and Mrs. Ayette and her family in your prayers.

Welcome into the building today:  Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Pierri, Mrs. Barga for Mrs. Detling and Mrs. Henry for Mrs. Ayette.

Happy Birthday Lelianna Wolford, Lelianna please come to the office after announcements.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  God has a plan for everybody.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

Have a Wonderful Day!!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 21, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements

The following students, have not turned in their auction dinner money and unsold tickets, We need this in! They are:  Tara Seger, Tristan Bey-Russell, Gage Denham, Chloe Deubner, Ava Glass, Adam Edwards, Nick Tollefson, Anne Gibson, Graci Emrick, Billy Clopp, Kali Meyers, Madison Werner, and Mariah Brunswick.  These need turned in so we can have a count so we know how much food needs to be made.

I hope everybody on retreat yesterday had a great day, and that the retreats gave you the spark to keep Christ in your hearts.

Red books are not needed for Mass today.

Today Jodi and Phillip Pierri will be here to work on the class projects with the classes. Also today the 2nd graders will receive their scapulars at church. Finally today, grades 5 thru 8 will go to Greenville K. – 8 building to view George Washington’s gavel. They will leave here at 12:40.

The Spring Spectacular is Monday night beginning at 6:30 with the elementary choir singing under the direction of Mrs. Ayette. They will sing downstairs in the cafeteria. The Wonderful World of Dr. Seuss will not be open until after the children are finished singing.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a Happy Friday!!

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

Have a Wonderful Day!!

 

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 20, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements

students, get your  money and unsold auction dinner tickets in, they are overdue. These need turned in so we can have a count so we know how much food needs to be made.

Today grades 3 thru 8 will all be participating in retreats. Grades 3 thru 6 will go to Maria Stein, while grades 7 and 8 will have the NET Ministries here for their retreat.

Tomorrow Jodi and Phillip Pierri will be here to work on the class projects with the classes. Also tomorrow the 2nd graders will receive their scapulars at church. Finally tomorrow, grades 5 thru 8 will go to Greenville K. – 8 building to view George Washington’s gavel. They will leave here at 12:40.

The Spring Spectacular is Monday night beginning at 6:30 with the elementary choir singing under the direction of Mrs. Ayette. They will sing downstairs in the cafeteria. The Wonderful World of Dr. Seuss will not be open until after the children are finished singing.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Students please say a prayer that the retreats you will have today will get you closer to God.
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

Have a Wonderful Day!!

 

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 19, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements

Students:  Please get your K of C tickets in asap.

Also students, get your  money and unsold auction dinner tickets in, they are due today. These need turned in so we can have a count so we know how much food needs to be made.

Students who walked in the We Are the Majority walk on Monday, please come to the office after announcements.

Tomorrow grades 3 thru 8 will all be participating in retreats. Grades 3 thru 6 will go to Maria Stein, while grades 7 and 8 will have the NET Ministries here for their retreat..

On Friday Jodi and Phillip Pierri will be here to work on the class projects with the classes. Also on Friday the 2nd graders will receive their scapulars at church. Finally on Friday, grades 5 thru 8 will go to Greenville K. – 8 building to view George Washington’s gavel. They will leave here at 12:40.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “If you can’t do anything about it then let it go. Don’t be a prisoner to things you can’t change.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

Have a Wonderful Day!!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 18, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements

Students:  Money from your K of C ticket sales are due in today. This is the first day they are due, if you did not sell them you may still get them sold.

Also students, get your  money and unsold auction dinner tickets in, they are due tomorrow. These need turned in so we can have a count so we know how much food needs to be made.

Thank you to the students who walked in the WE ARE THE Majority 1st annual Anti – drug walk yesterday. I would like to get a picture of you with your shirts so you may wear the shirts tomorrow and I will take the picture tomorrow.

On Thrusday grades 3 thru 8 will all be participating in retreats. Grades 3 thru 6 will go to Maria Stein, while grades 7 and 8 will have the NET Ministries here for the retreat with the 7th and 8th graders.

On Friday Jodi and Phillip Pierri will be here to work on the class projects with the classes. Also on Friday the 2nd graders will receive their scapulars at church. Finally on Friday, grades 5 thru 8 will go to Greenville K. – 8 building to view George Washington’s gavel. They will leave here at 12:40.

Counting today we have 29 days of school left for this year, so let’s make them the best 29 days of the year.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Love yourself and be proud of everything that you do

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

Have a Wonderful Day!!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 13, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements

.Today’s Holy Week activity will be the  veneration of the cross in church. This will take place right after announcements.

Students:  Remember to sell your K of C tickets. They are due next Tuesday,  April 18th.

Also students, get your auction dinner tickets in, they are due on next Wednesday, April 19th.

Reminder there is no school tomorrow or Monday.

On Monday morning, the WE ARE THE Majority will have their 1st annual Anti – drug walk. It begins at 10AM at the Annie Oakley statute on the South end of Broadway. Please join the walk. Jacob Dircksen is a member of this very worth while organization.

Teachers:  Please stack your chairs at the end of day, Mr. Bingham will be cleaning the floors this weekend.

We will have pretzels this morning.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Please try to get to as many Easter services as possible this weekend beginning tonight with the Holy Thursday service.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 12, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements

We will have Holy Week activities today and tomorrow morning.. Today we will have the breaking of the bread in the classrooms. 8th graders will lead this and tomorrow we will have the veneration of the cross. Both these activities will take place right after announcements.

Music class will begin after the breaking of the bread, which should be approximately 7:55. Red books and a pen or pencil are needed for music.

Mrs. Barga will not be here today, if any teacher needs me to take their keyboarding class please let me know.

Students:  Remember to sell your K of C tickets. They are due next Tuesday,  April 18th.

Also students, get your auction dinner tickets in, they are due on next Wednesday, April 19th.

Today, Kennedy Chase, Miss High School Ohio will be at St. Mary’s to present s program on bullying. This will begin at 12:30. This program will take approx. 45 minutes to an hour.

Reminder there is no school on Friday which is Good Friday and next Monday which is Easter Monday.

On Monday morning, the WE ARE THE Majority will have their 1st annual Anti – drug walk. It begins at 10AM at the Annie Oakley statute on the South end of Broadway. Please join the walk. Jacob Dircksen is a member of this very worth while organization.

Congratulations to the DC Breakers who defeated Sidney in soccer last night 3 -1. After falling behind 1 – 0 early in the contest the Breakers shut Sidney out the rest of the game. Playing for the Breakers are Sami Elam, Ava Glass, Libby Stout and Callie Pope.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Patience is not simply the ability to wait,  it’s how we behave while we’re waiting.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 11, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements

We will have Holy Week activities today, tomorrow and Thursday mornings. Today we will have the washing of the feet. This will take place after announcements in the cafeteria. Tomorrow we will have the breaking of the bread in the classrooms. 8th graders will lead this.

Students:  Remember to sell your K of C tickets. They are due next Tuesday,  April 18th.

Also students, get your auction dinner tickets in, they are due on next Wednesday, April 19th.

Students, please bring in your forms that your parents signed that said they saw your report card.

Tomorrow, Kennedy Chase, Miss High School Ohio will be at St. Mary’s to present s program on bullying. This will begin at 12:30.

Reminder there is no school on Friday which is Good Friday and next Monday which is Easter Monday.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: During this Holy Week, remember that Jesus died for us.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 10, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements

Welcome to St. Mary’s School two new students: Libby Stout – 3rd grade and Bailey Stout – 1st grade. Welcome to St. Mary’s girls.

We will have Holy Week activities tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. Tomorrow we will have the washing of the feet. This will take place after announcements in the cafeteria.

Students:  Remember to sell your K of C tickets. They are due on April 18th.

Also students, get your auction dinner tickets in, they are due on April 19th.

Students, please bring in your forms that your parents signed that said they saw your report card.

Congratulations to the 2nd graders who made their 1st Holy Communion Saturday morning. We will have donuts, juice and milk this morning to honor the 2nd grade students. This will take place around 9:15 – 9:30.

Happy Birthday Anne Gibson, and Logan Witwer. Anne and Logan please come to the office after announcements.

On Wednesday, Kennedy Chase, Miss High School Ohio will be at St. Mary’s to present s program on bullying.

Reminder there is no school on Friday which is Good Friday and next Monday which is Easter Monday.

I need to see Roman Dircksen, Landen Kreusch and Jacob Maher after announcements.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “You have a clean slate every day you wake up. You have a chance every single morning to make that change and be the person you want to be.
You just have to decide to do it.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 7, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements:

Students:  Remember to sell your K of C tickets.

Reminder to the 6th grade, The free immunization shot is tomorrow. The drive thru is at Spirit Medicat Transport. The time is 8AM to 1PM. This is a mandatory shot before entering 7th grade, so take advantage of the free shot.

Students, please bring in your forms that your parents signed that said they saw your report card.

Mrs. Curtis the Counselor from Greenville HS will meet with the 8th grade students going to Greenville next year at 10:00 this morning in the cafeteria.

We will have a balloon launch today at 1:00 in memory of Maddie Walters dad.

2nd graders make their 1st Holy Communion tomorrow at 10:30. Keep the 2nd graders in your prayers.

We will have donuts, juice and milk Monday morning to honor the 2nd grade students.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have  a Happy Friday!

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 6, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements:

The 3rd grade will take their 3rd grade state test in Reading and Language Arts today beginning at 8:00 in the library.

Students:  Remember to sell your K of C tickets.

Today is the 100th anniversary of US involvement in WWI.

Reminder to the 6th grade, The free immunization shot is this Saturday. The drive thru is at Spirit Medicat Transport. The time is 8AM to 1PM. This is a mandatory shot before entering 7th grade.

Mr. Hadden will not be here today.  Mr. Hadden’s classes should go to the cafeteria until the test are finished around 9:30. You may work on your projects for Mr. Hadden with the lab tops while in the cafeteria.

Rosary Club will meet today after school.

Mrs. Curtis the Counselor from Greenville HS will meet with the 8th grade students going to Greenville next year at 10:00 tomorrow morning.

2nd graders make their 1st Holy Communion this Saturday morning at 10:30. Keep the 2nd graders in your prayers.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  The human spirit fills with hope at the sound of an encouraging word.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 5, 2017

Good morning these are your morning announcements:

Mr. Blocher cannot be here today so there will be no music class this morning. We will run on the normal day schedule.

The 3rd grade will take their 3rd grade state test in Reading and Language Arts today and tomorrow beginning at 8:00.

Happy Birthday Carlos Badell, Carlos please come to the office after announcements.

Students:  Remember to sell your K of C tickets.

Staff meeting today after school.

Mr. Hadden will not be here tomorrow.

Rosary Club will meet tomorrow after school.

Mrs. Curtis the Counselor from Greenville HS will meet with the 8th grade students going to Greenville next year at 10:00 on Friday morning.

2nd graders make their 1st Holy Communion this Saturday morning at 10:30. Keep the 2nd graders in your prayers.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “The effects of kindness are not always seen immediately.
Sometimes it takes years until your kindness will pay off, and is returned to you.
And sometimes you never see the fruits of your labors, but they are there,
deep inside of the soul of the one you touched.”

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 4, 2017

Good morning

The 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders will be going to reconciliation today at 12:15. Grades 5 thru 8 will go to reconciliation this morning at 9:30.

The 3rd grade will take their 3rd grade state test in Reading and Language Arts tomorrow and Thursday of this week beginning at 8:00..

Students:  Remember to sell your K of C tickets.

Staff meeting tomorrow after school.

Mr. Hadden will not be here Thursday.

Rosary Club will meet this Thursday after school.

Mrs. Curtis the Counselor from Greenville HS will meet with the 8th grade students going to Greenville next year at 10:00 on Friday morning.

2nd graders make their 1st Holy Communion this Saturday morning at 10:30. Keep the 2nd graders in your prayers.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Dear Lord, help me to see people as you see them.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 31, 2017

Good morning

Grade cards will go home today.

 

Kindergarten screening is today.

 

The Way of the Cross is this afternoon at 1:45.

Redbooks are not needed for Mass this morning.

Students who do not receive Holy Communion, you may not receive a verbal blessing anymore the Extrordinary distributer may make a sign of the cross on your forehead without saying any words.

Jesus Day is tomorrow from 9 to 12 for students who will be making their 1st Holy Communion.

The 3rd and 4th graders will be going to reconciliation on Monday at 12:15.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Have a Happy Friday!

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 30, 2017

Good morning

Teachers:  Grades are due this morning by 8:00.

Report cards will go home tomorrow.

Kindergarten screening is tomorrow.

The student council will be around to all the classrooms to pick up the money boxes that were due in Tuesday.

Happy birthday Mrs. Hutchinson.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: How would you describe your conversations with God? What might help you grow closer to Him as you pray?

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


School Auction

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 29, 2017

Good morning

Teachers:  Grades are due tomorrow morning by 8:00.

 

Report cards will go home Friday.

 

Kindergarten screening is this Friday.

 

We may have a speaker this morning beginning at 9:00. This will be for grades K thru 8. This is tentative, the speaker has not confirmed that she is coming.

 

Auction dinner tickets were sent home yesterday.  Please make sure you sell them or give them to your parents.  The money and unsold tickets are due back April 19th.

The student council will be around to all the classrooms to pick up the money boxes that were due in yesterday.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Lord, please help me to see people through your eyes of love, and to welcome all those you bring into my life.

 Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 28, 2017

Good morning

Teachers:  Grades are due by Thursday morning 8:00.

 

Report cards will go home Friday.

 

Students:  remind your parents about purchasing something for the classroom baskets.

 

Students:  The Leukemia boxes that you took home to put your change into are due in this morning. The student council will be coming around to the rooms to collect the boxes. If you forgot your box today you may bring it tomorrow.

 

Kindergarten screening is this Friday.

 

We may have a speaker tomorrow morning beginning at 9:00. This will be for grades K thru 8.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Without love we have nothing at all.

 Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 27, 2017

Good morning

This is the first day of the 4th nine weeks.

 

Teachers:  Grades are due by Thursday morning 8:00.

 

Students:  remind your parents about purchasing something for the classroom baskets.

 

A representative from the Red Cross will be here today at 12:15 to work with grades 3 thru 5 on the Pillow case project. This will take place in the cafeteria, so 7th grade please have tables cleaned off quickly. Maybe you can start cleaning them during your lunch.

 

Kindergarten screening is this Friday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “A smart person knows what to say. A wise person knows whether or not to say it.”

 

 Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 24, 2017

Good morning

The end of the 3rd nine weeks is today.

 

Red books are not needed today.

 

Yoga Club meets this afternoon.

 

Students:  remind your parents about purchasing something for the classroom baskets.

 

The Way of the Cross is this afternoon at 1:45.

 

A representative from the Red Cross will be here Monday at 12:15 to work with grades 3 thru 5 on the Pillow case project.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Have a Happy Friday!

 

 Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 23, 2017

Good morning

The end of the 3rd nine weeks is tomorrow.

 

Yoga Club meets tomorrow afternoon, let Mrs. Detling know today if you plan to attend.

 

Students:  remind your parents about purchasing something for the classroom baskets.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “You may never know what results come of your actions,
but if you do nothing there will be no results.”
 

 Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 22, 2017

Good morning

This is Tornado Safety Week, today we will have a tornado drill right after lunch. A gentleman from the Darke County Emergency Management office will be here to observe the drill.

 

The end of the 3rd nine weeks is Friday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “When life knocks you down, roll over and look at the stars.”
 

 Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 21, 2017

Good morning

This is Tornado Safety Week, tomorrow we will have a tornado drill right after lunch. A gentleman from the Darke County Emergency Management office will be here to observe the drill.

 

The end of the 3rd nine weeks is Friday.

 

The preschool will go on a field trip today to the city library.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “I would much rather have regrets about not doing what people said, than regretting not doing what my heart led me to and wondering what life had been like if I’d just been myself.”

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 17, 2017

Good morning

Confirmation is this Sunday at 2:00. Please keep our students who are receiving the sacrament of confirmation in your prayers this week.

 

Remember the Stations of the Cross are today at 1:45 in church.

 

We will have donuts, juice or milk on Monday morning to honor the students who received the sacrament of confirmation on Sunday.

 

Today is St. Patrick’s Day you may wear green. If you have a nice green shirt or blouse on you may wear it to church. If what you have on is not appropriate for church please change into it after church.

 

Student Council sent home boxes to collect change in for cancer patients. The money is due back at school on March 28th.The class who raises the most money will get a pizza party. Thank you.

 

Happy Birthday Kelton Evans and Lauren Schmitmeyer. Kelton and Lauren please come to the office after announcements.

 

Would everybody please stand as I say a Novena that is being prayed for the confirmation students.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “A wise old owl sat on an oak. The more he saw, the less he spoke. The less he spoke, the more he heard.  Why can’t we all be like that bird?

 

Have a Happy Friday.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 16, 2017

Good morning

Confirmation is this Sunday at 2:00. Please keep our students who are receiving the sacrament of confirmation in your prayers this week.

 

Rosary Club meets today after school.

 

With the start of the NCAA tournament the school will have College Day today. I have had a few students tell me they do not have any college clothing so therefore I will open this up to any school and or sport. Anybody who wears University of Dayton clothing will get something special.

 

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day you may wear green. If you have a nice green shirt or blouse on you may wear it to church. If what you have on is not appropriate for church please change into it after church.

 

Student Council sent home boxes to collect change in for cancer patients. The money is due back at school on March 28th.The class who raises the most money will get a pizza party. Thank you. 

 

I would like to meet with all students in the cafeteria after announcements. Teachers this will only take a couple of minutes.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Who knows whose life you might touch with something as simple as a kind word.”

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 15, 2017

Good morning

 

The Light Foundation Turkey Hunt applications are due in today.

 

Confirmation is this Sunday at 2:00. Please keep our students who are receiving the sacrament of confirmation in your prayers this week.

Confirmation students and your sponsors have a meeting tonight beginning at 7:00. I believe the meeting begins here at school.

 

Welcome into the building today Ms. Kelly-Pressnall for Mrs. Foster.

 

Rosary Club meets tomorrow after school.

 

With the start of the NCAA tournament the school will have College Day tomorrow. I have had a few students tell me they do not have any college clothing so therefore I will open this up to any school and or sport. Anybody who wears University of Dayton clothing will get something special.

 

Friday is St. Patrick’s Day you may wear green. If you have a nice green shirt or blouse on you may wear it to church. If what you have on is not appropriate for church please change into it after church.

 

Student Council is sent home boxes to collect change in for cancer patients. The money is due back at school on March 28th.The class who raises the most money will get a pizza party. Thank you. 

 

Please keep Maddie Walters in your prayers, Maddie’s father passed away Monday night.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Don’t be pushed by your problems, be led by your dreams.”
 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 15, 2017

Good morning

 

The Light Foundation Turkey Hunt applications are due in today.

 

Confirmation is this Sunday at 2:00. Please keep our students who are receiving the sacrament of confirmation in your prayers this week.

Confirmation students and your sponsors have a meeting tonight beginning at 7:00. I believe the meeting begins here at school.

 

Welcome into the building today Ms. Kelly-Pressnall for Mrs. Foster.

 

Rosary Club meets tomorrow after school.

 

With the start of the NCAA tournament the school will have College Day tomorrow. I have had a few students tell me they do not have any college clothing so therefore I will open this up to any school and or sport. Anybody who wears University of Dayton clothing will get something special.

 

Friday is St. Patrick’s Day you may wear green. If you have a nice green shirt or blouse on you may wear it to church. If what you have on is not appropriate for church please change into it after church.

 

Student Council is sent home boxes to collect change in for cancer patients. The money is due back at school on March 28th.The class who raises the most money will get a pizza party. Thank you. 

 

Please keep Maddie Walters in your prayers, Maddie’s father passed away Monday night.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Don’t be pushed by your problems, be led by your dreams.”
 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 14, 2017

Good morning

Today is Pi day. Older students you should know what this means.

 

The Light Foundation Turkey Hunt applications are due in tomorrow.

 

Confirmation is this Sunday at 2:00. Please keep our students who are receiving the sacrament of confirmation in your prayers this week.

 

Students we are going to have some work done in the building today. There should not be much noise today.

 

Rosary Club meets on Thursday after school.

 

With the start of the NCAA tournament the school will have College Day on Thursday. I have had a few students tell me they do not have any college clothing so therefore I will open this up to any school and or sport. Anybody who wears University of Dayton clothing will get something special.

 

Student Council is sent home boxes to collect change in for cancer patients. The money is due back at school on March 28th.The class who raises the most money will get a pizza party. Thank you.

 

Teachers:  I have a meeting this morning, so I will need somebody for recess duty.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: True happiness comes from giving.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

The 2nd grade will be taking the CogAT test this morning.

 

The Light Foundation Turkey Hunt applications are due in this Wednesday, March 15th.

 

Congratulations to Kelly Witwer and Lauren Wright their basketball team finished 3rd in the 6th grade Darke County tournament

 

Congratulations to Mariah & Brooklyn Kreusch, part of the Twisters cheerleading squad!  They took 1st place & grand champions on Saturday at the Cheermax competition in Columbus this weekend!

 

Confirmation is this Sunday at 2:00. Please keep our students who are receiving the sacrament of confirmation in your prayers this week.

 

Students we are going to have some work done in the building today and tomorrow. The company is going to have to drill into the floor so it will be noisy at times.

 

Rosary Club meets on Thursday after school.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Pray for snow so no school tomorrow.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

The 2nd grade will be taking the CogAT test this morning.

 

The Light Foundation Turkey Hunt applications are due in this Wednesday, March 15th.

 

Congratulations to Kelly Witwer and Lauren Wright their basketball team finished 3rd in the 6th grade Darke County tournament

 

Congratulations to Mariah & Brooklyn Kreusch, part of the Twisters cheerleading squad!  They took 1st place & grand champions on Saturday at the Cheermax competition in Columbus this weekend!

 

Confirmation is this Sunday at 2:00. Please keep our students who are receiving the sacrament of confirmation in your prayers this week.

 

Students we are going to have some work done in the building today and tomorrow. The company is going to have to drill into the floor so it will be noisy at times.

 

Rosary Club meets on Thursday after school.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Pray for snow so no school tomorrow.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 10, 2017

The book fair will run through Sunday.

Happy birthday Kali Meyers, it is Kali’s birthday tomorrow. Kali please come to the office after announcements.

The 2nd grade and 5th grade will take the CogAT portion of the Iowa test this morning.

 

Student Council meeting the first lunch period today.

 

Redbooks are not needed today for Mass.

 

We will have the Way of the Cross today, beginning at 1:45.

 

Daylight Savings Time begins on Sunday, spring your clocks forward.

 

The St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast is Sunday morning from 8:30 – 1:00.

 

The Light Foundation Turkey Hunt applications are due March 15th.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Have a Happy Friday.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 9, 2017

The book fair will run through Sunday.

This is Ohio 4-H week. Today any student in 4-H may wear their 4-H shirt. After announcements would all students with a 4-H shirt on please come to the office.

Mrs. Barga will be out all week, if you want your students to have keyboarding let me know and I will cover it.

Happy birthday Mariah Brunswick, Mariah please come to the office after announcements.

The auction committee is looking for box seats for the upcoming fair concert.  If you, family or friends would be willing to donate them or we would be willing to pay for them, please call the school office.  Thank you.

The IOWA test will be given today.

 

We will have the Way of the Cross tomorrow, beginning at 1:45.

 

Daylight Savings Time begins on Sunday, spring your clocks forward.

 

The St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast is Sunday morning from 8:30 – 1:00.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Help me Lord to represent you well so that others might be drawn to your love and salvation.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 8, 2017

The book fair will run through Sunday.

Mr. Bingham is sick today so will the junior high please pick up the trash bags this afternoon. Teachers please have the bags out in the hallway by 2:10.

Staff:  We have a staff meeting today after school.

This is Ohio 4-H week. Tomorrow any student in 4-H may wear their 4-H shirt.

Mrs. Barga will be out all week, if you want your students to have keyboarding let me know and I will cover it.

Happy birthday JR Enicks, JR please come to the office after announcements.

There will be no music class today.

The auction committee is looking for box seats for the upcoming fair concert.  If you, family or friends would be willing to donate them or we would be willing to pay for them, please call the school office.  Thank you.

The IOWA test will be given tomorrow.

 

Spring pictures are today beginning at 9:00.

 

We will have the Way of the Cross on Friday, beginning at 1:45.

 

Daylight Savings Time begins on Sunday, spring your clocks forward.

 

The St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast is Sunday morning from 8:30 – 1:00.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Don’t become preoccupied with your child’s academic ability. But instead, Teach them to sit with those sitting alone. Teach them to be kind.
Teach them to offer help. Teach them to be a friend to the lonely. Teach them to encourage others. Teach them to think about other people. Teach them to share.
Teach them to look for the good. This is how they will change the world.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 7, 2017

The book fair will run through Sunday.

Staff:  We have a staff meeting tomorrow after school.

Mrs. Barga will be out all week, if you want your students to have keyboarding let me know and I will cover it.

Happy birthday Koller Winterrowd, It was Koller’s birthday on Sunday. Koller please come to the office after announcements.

There will be no music class tomorrow.

The IOWA test will be given today and Thursday.

 

Spring pictures are tomorrow beginning at 9:00.

 

Daylight Savings Time begins on Sunday, spring your clocks forward.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Prayer helps us see things as God sees them.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 6, 2017

Students and teachers reminder: All sweatshirts either need to be plain color or a St. Mary’s sweatshirt.

The book fair will begin when the 8th grade gets everything set up. It will be set up through Sunday.

Staff:  We have a staff meeting on Wednesday after school.

Mr. Bingham will not be here today, Junior High can you please pick up the trash at the end of the day.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Blocher.

Mrs. Barga will be out all week, if you want your students to have keyboarding let me know and I will cover it.

There will be no music class this Wednesday.

Freshmen registration for Greenville HS is tonight. All of the 8th grade students who will be attending Greenville HS should go to the registration tonight.

The IOWA test will be given today, tomorrow and Thursday.

 

Spring pictures are Wednesday beginning at 9:00.

 

Daylight Savings Time begins on Sunday, spring your clocks forward.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Everyone we meet bears the image of God.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 3, 2017

The junior high confirmation retreat is tomorrow.

The book fair begins Monday.

Redbooks are needed today.

The IOWA test will be given again on Monday.

 

Spring pictures are next Wednesday.

 

We will have the Way of the Cross today beginning at 1:45.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a Happy Friday!

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 2, 2017

The junior high confirmation retreat is this Saturday.

Students in grades K thru 7 the Iowa test begin today. Grades 3 thru 7 will take the Reading test parts 1 & 2 and the Written Expression. Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade will take the Vocabulary and Word Analysis test. Teachers, students do not need to fill out the demographics because we purchased the barcodes. Be sure to hand out the right answer form to the right student. The name of the student is on the bar code label on the demographics page. The 2nd grade will take their test in the cafeteria

 

8th grade you will either have keyboarding or art the 1st.

 

The 2nd server practice is today at 1:30.

 

Reminder for Lent we are sacrificing talking in the hallways, so please do not talk in while in the hallway. Thank you.

 

The book fair begins Monday.

 

Spring pictures are next Wednesday.

 

We will have the Way of the Cross tomorrow at 1:45.

 

Congratulations to the following people on winning the reverse raffle money prizes Tuesday night.  $250 winners – Mary Clements, Elizabeth Wolford, Mike and Susan Treadway, Carol Hertel, Daniel, Kristin Jones, and Elsji Rodenburgh. The winner of the $3,000 was Sherri Jones.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Do the best you can on the test.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

March 1, 2017

We will be on the 2 hour delay schedule today. We will begin with 1st period after Mass, so it will probably be a little longer.

Today is Ash Wednesday the first day of Lent, we will go to Mass this morning. Red books are not needed.

The junior high confirmation retreat is this Saturday.

Students in grades K thru 7 the Iowa test begin tomorrow.

 

The 2nd server practice is tomorrow at 1:30.

 

The book fair begins Monday.

 

Spring pictures are next Wednesday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Dear Lord, show me how I can be an encouragement to others with my words.
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 28, 2017

Today is Fat Tuesday, we will have King cakes, wear beads and bury the Alleluia banners. The burying of the banners will take place at the end of the day.

 

The burning of the palms and the reverse raffle are tonight. The burning of the palms begins at 6:30 and the reverse raffle begins at 7:00.

 

Happy Birthday to Leah Schmitmeyer and Happy ½ birthday to Oliver Evans. Leah and Oliver please come to the office after announcements.

 

Students in grades K thru 7 the Iowa test begin Thursday.

 

The 2nd server practice is this Thursday at 1:30.

 

The book fair begins next Monday.

 

Spring pictures are next Wednesday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “The trick is to enjoy your life. Don’t waste away your days, waiting for better ones ahead.”

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 27, 2017

 

Some students were given Reverse Raffle tickets to sell, they are blue tickets. You need to get these sold. If you cannot sell them we still need the tickets back they must all be accounted for. Please get the money and or tickets in today.

 

Students and staff: The GLORY group is sponsoring a religious store today at lunch and after school. Please do not touch the items. You may look over and then purchase when Mrs. Shiverdecker is here.

 

Tomorrow is Fat Tuesday, we will have King cakes, wear beads and bury the Alleluia banners. The burying of the banners will take place at the end of the day.

 

The burning of the palms and the reverse raffle are tomorrow night. The burning of the palms begins at 6:30 and the reverse raffle begins at 7:00.

 

Students in grades K thru 7 the Iowa test begin Thursday.

 

Mr. Bingham is not going to be here today, 8th graders would you please empty the waste baskets at the end of the day. Teachers please have your waste baskets in the hallway outside your door by 2:10.

 

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Blocher.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Always tell the truth. It’s the easiest thing to remember.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 27, 2017

 

Some students were given Reverse Raffle tickets to sell, they are blue tickets. You need to get these sold. If you cannot sell them we still need the tickets back they must all be accounted for. Please get the money and or tickets in today.

 

Students and staff: The GLORY group is sponsoring a religious store today at lunch and after school. Please do not touch the items. You may look over and then purchase when Mrs. Shiverdecker is here.

 

Tomorrow is Fat Tuesday, we will have King cakes, wear beads and bury the Alleluia banners. The burying of the banners will take place at the end of the day.

 

The burning of the palms and the reverse raffle are tomorrow night. The burning of the palms begins at 6:30 and the reverse raffle begins at 7:00.

 

Students in grades K thru 7 the Iowa test begin Thursday.

 

Mr. Bingham is not going to be here today, 8th graders would you please empty the waste baskets at the end of the day. Teachers please have your waste baskets in the hallway outside your door by 2:10.

 

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Blocher.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Always tell the truth. It’s the easiest thing to remember.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 24, 2017

Reminder, Alleluia banners are due today. Please give them to either Mrs. Ayette or Mrs. Detling.

 

Redbooks are not needed today for Mass.

 

Some students were given Reverse Raffle tickets to sell, they are blue tickets. You need to get these sold. If you cannot sell them we still need the tickets back they must all be accounted for. Please get the money and or tickets in today.

 

Next Tuesday is Fat Tuesday, we will have King cakes, wear beads and bury the Alleluia banners. The burying of the banners will take place at the end of the day.

 

The burning of the palms and the reverse raffle are next Tuesday. The burning of the palms begins at 6:30 and the reverse raffle begins at 7:00.

 

Happy  birthday Luke D. Rammel, Hudson Pierri, Mrs. Ayette and Isabel Badell. It is Luke D.’s and Hudson’s birthday today, Mrs. Ayette’s birthday tomorrow and Isabel’s birthday on Sunday. Luke D, Hudson, and Isabel please come to the office after announcements.

 

The Parish Brunch is this Sunday morning after the 10:30 Mass.

 

Students in grades K thru 7 the Iowa test begin next Thursday.

 

Mr. Bingham is not going to be here today, 8th graders would you please empty the waste baskets at the end of the day. Teachers please have your waste baskets in the hallway outside your door by 2:10.

 

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Dietz.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a Happy Friday.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 23, 2017

Server training is today at 1:30.

 

Reminder, Alleluia banners are due tomorrow.

 

Some students were given Reverse Raffle tickets to sell, they are blue tickets. You need to get these sold. If you cannot sell them we still need the tickets back they must all be accounted for. Please get the money and or tickets in tomorrow.

 

Next Tuesday is Fat Tuesday, we will have King cakes, wear beads and bury the Alleluia banners. The burying of the banners will take place at the end of the day.

 

The burning of the palms and the reverse raffle are next Tuesday. The burning of the palms begins at 6:30 and the reverse raffle begins at 7:00.

 

Happy ½ birthday Maddie Walters. Maddie please come to the office after announcements.

 

The Parish Brunch is this Sunday morning after the 10:30 Mass.

 

Students in grades K thru 7 the Iowa test begin next Thursday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new.”
 

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 22, 2017

Server training will be tomorrow at 1:30.

 

Reminder, Alleluia banners are due Friday.

 

Some students were given Reverse Raffle tickets to sell, they are blue tickets. You need to get these sold the raffle is next Tuesday. If you cannot sell them we still need the tickets back they must all be accounted for. Please get the money and or tickets in Friday.

 

Happy birthday Cullen Schmidt. Cullen please come to the office after announcements.

 

The Parish Brunch is this Sunday morning after the 10:30 Mass.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Our Lord holds us in his grip of love each day-and we hold out his message of love to others.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 17, 2017

 

Welcome into the building today: Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Dietz and Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Myers.

 

Redbooks are not needed today.

 

Reminder: There is no school on Monday, due to Presidents Day, enjoy the day off. The weather is supposed to be sunny with a temperature in the upper 60’s. enjoy the great weather.

 

Happy Birthday Luke F. Rammel, it is Luke’s birthday on Sunday. Luke please come to the office after announcements.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a Happy Friday!
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 16, 2017

All boys grades 5 thru 8 please report to the cafeteria after announcements.

 

Welcome into the building today: Mrs. Blocher for Mrs. Dietz.

 

Rosary Club meets today after school. There will be no snacks from Mrs. Pierri since they were stolen from the teacher’s lounge.

 

Yoga Club is tomorrow after school, please let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day today if you will be attending.

 

Reminder: There is no school on Monday, due to Presidents Day, enjoy the day off. The weather is supposed to be sunny with a temperature in the upper 60’s.

 

Teachers: I still need somebody for bus duty at the end of the day.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Always believe in yourself.
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 15, 2017

Any junior high students who are going to participate in spring sports for Greenville you and your parents have a mandatory spring sports meeting tonight beginning at 6:00 in the high school cafeteria.

 

Welcome into the building today: Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Dietz.

 

Music class will be over at 8:15 today.  Go to your 1st period class when it end.

 

Congratulations to the top 3 finishers of the Religion Bee: The winner: Jacob Dircksen, Runner Up: Luke F. Rammel and 3rd place Wyatt Rammel.

 

Teachers:  I will be out most of day tomorrow so I will need somebody to cover my lunch duties and end of the day bus duty.  Thank you.

 

Rosary Club meets tomorrow after school.

 

Yoga Club is Friday after school, please let Mrs. Detling know by the of the day on tomorrow if you will be attending.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more.
If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.”

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 14, 2017

The students who participated in winter sports at Greenville will be out this morning until sometime during 2nd period.

 

Any junior high students who are going to participate in spring sports for Greenville you and your parents have a mandatory spring sports meeting tomorrow night beginning at 6:00 in the high school cafeteria.

 

Welcome into the building today: Mrs. Henry for Mrs. Dietz, Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. McCoy and Mrs. Myers in the library.

 

Music class will be over at 8:15 tomorrow.

 

The religion bee is today at 12:15.

 

Teachers:  I have a meeting this morning and will probably not be back in time for lunch duty so I will need somebody to cover the duties for me.  Thank you.

 

Yoga Club is Friday after school, please let Mrs. Detling know by the of the day on Thursday if you will be attending.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Happy Valentine’s Day!

 

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 13, 2017

All students who participated in a winter sports at Greenville this winter please see me after announcements.

 

Any junior high students who are going to participate in spring sports for Greenville you and your parents have a mandatory spring sports meeting Wednesday night beginning at 6:00 in the high school cafeteria.

 

Students and staff: Please pray for Mrs. Dietz and her family, Mrs. Dietz’s mom died Friday night. Also, please pray for Mrs. McCoy’s daughter is sick.

 

Welcome into the building today: Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Dietz and Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. McCoy.

 

Happy ½ Birthday Madison Werner, it was Madison’s ½ birthday yesterday. Madison please see me after announcements.

 

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day, Grades Pre-K thru 4 may have parties, grades 5 thru 8 it is a regular day of school. If you want to give a friend a valentine it cannot be during class time. Also, there are not to be any gifts for your buddies. The only time buddies should buy each is other gifts is Christmas.

 

The religion bee is tomorrow at 12:15.

 

Yoga Club is Friday after school, please let Mrs. Detling know by the of the day on Thursday if you will be attending.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Jesus, thank you for the privilege of knowing you.

 

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 10, 2017

If any student would want a free ticket to Lehman’s boys basketball game tonight see me.

All students who participated in a winter sport at Greenville this winter please see me after church.

 

Any junior high students who are going to participate in spring sports for Greenville you and your parents have a mandatory spring sports meeting next Wednesday night beginning at 6:00 in the high school cafeteria.

 

Students and staff: Please pray for Mrs. Barga and her family, Mrs. Barga’s brother died on Tuesday. Also pray for Mrs. Dietz’s mom who is very sick. Thank you.

 

Red books are not needed for Mass today.

 

Welcome into the building today: Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Dietz.

 

Happy Birthday Jacob Dirksen. Jacob’s birthday is tomorrow. Jacob please see me this morning.

 

Next Tuesday is Valentine’s Day, Grades Pre-K thru 4 may have parties, grades 5 thru 8 it is a regular day of school. If you want to give a friend a valentine it cannot be during class time. Also, there are not to be any gifts for your buddies. The only time buddies should buy each is other gifts is Christmas.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a Happy Friday.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

ST. MARY’S SCHOOL IS ON A 2 HOUR TODAY, FEBRUARY 9TH.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 8, 2017

If any student would want a free ticket to Lehman’s boys basketball game this Friday see me.

Anybody grades 4 thru 8 who would like to be a Mass server, practice is tomorrow at 1:30. The second practice will be on Thurs. February 23rd at 1:30.

 

We are fortunate this morning to have Mr. Ken McCoy do a presentation at music class, therefore class will last until 8:35.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Lord Jesus, may your words of invitation and welcome, “Come to Me,” be lived out through our lives today.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 7, 2017

If any student would want a free ticket to Lehman’s boys basketball game this Friday see me.

Happy birthday Graci Emrick, Graci please come to the office after announcements.

 

Anybody grades 4 thru 8 who would like to be a Mass server, practice is Thursday at 1:30. The second practice will be on Thurs. February 23rd at 1:30.

 

Mr. Bingham will be at a meeting this morning so he will not be here. He should return around 1:00.

 

We will be fortunate tomorrow morning to have Mr. McCoy do a presentation at music class, therefore class will last until 8:35.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Did the thunder wake you up last night?

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 6, 2017

Thank you everybody for making Catholic Schools Week so special. The Mass on Friday was wonderful.

 

Welcome into the building today: Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Dietz.

 

The Religion Bee is postponed, it will be next Tuesday the 14th.

 

The following is an announcement I forgot to make on Friday morning. In 8th grade boys basketball action the Mississinawa 8th grade boys defeated Franklin Monroe 61 -19. Roman scored 2 points, had 3 steals and 5 rebounds.

 

Happy birthday Tristan Bey-Russell, Tristan please come to the office after announcements.

 

Anybody grades 4 thru 8 who would like to be a Mass server, practice is Thursday at 1:30. The second practice will be on Thurs. February 23rd at 1:30.

 

If you did not hear the New England Patriots won the Super in overtime last night.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: I have been a New England Patriot fan all my life.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 3, 2017

Today’s schedule for Catholic School’s Week is: Special Persons Day The 7th & 8th grade will lead the prayer service in church. Mass is at 8:00, the youth choir will be singing. Youth Choir members, your Special Person should sit in the pews by the pews you sit in. After Mass we will have donuts, coffee, juice and milk, this will last until 9:45. 10:00 to 11:00 is Buddy Bingo, 11:20 to noon is lunch and at 12:15 to the end of the day is the Movie.

 

The turkey hunt applications are due March 15, 2017, the hunt weekend is April 21st thru the 23rd. This event is for any children  12-17 years old. that are interested in hunting.  They can be brand new to the sport or a seasoned hunter.  

Yoga Club meets today after school.

 

Happy birthday Callie Pope, Callie please come to the office after announcements.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: I would like to welcome all of our special persons to St. Mary’s School.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 2, 2017

Happy Ground Hog’s Day, Unfortunately, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning that means 6 more weeks of winter.

Today’s schedule for Catholic School’s Week is: Today Grade 6 leads the prayer service, grades K thru 4 go to Victoria Theatre busses leave at 8:00AM. Scavenger Hunt at 2:00, meet in the cafeteria. Tomorrow we have Special Persons Day, students please take your Special Person to your classroom when you arrive. Mass is at 8:00, the youth choir will be singing. Youth Choir members, your Special Person should sit in the pews by the pews you sit in. After Mass we will have donuts, coffee, juice and milk, this will last until 9:45. 10:00 to 11:00 is Buddy Bingo, 11:20 to noon is lunch and at 12:15 to the end of the day is the Movie.

 

Yoga Club meets tomorrow after school, please let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day if you plan to attend.

 

Students and staff:  I received a letter from Deacon Graber which I would like to read to you now.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Father in heaven, in all our relationships, give us grace and wisdom to be wise leaders, parents, and friends.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

February 2, 2017

Happy Ground Hog’s Day, Unfortunately, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning that means 6 more weeks of winter.

Today’s schedule for Catholic School’s Week is: Today Grade 6 leads the prayer service, grades K thru 4 go to Victoria Theatre busses leave at 8:00AM. Scavenger Hunt at 2:00, meet in the cafeteria. Tomorrow we have Special Persons Day, students please take your Special Person to your classroom when you arrive. Mass is at 8:00, the youth choir will be singing. Youth Choir members, your Special Person should sit in the pews by the pews you sit in. After Mass we will have donuts, coffee, juice and milk, this will last until 9:45. 10:00 to 11:00 is Buddy Bingo, 11:20 to noon is lunch and at 12:15 to the end of the day is the Movie.

 

Yoga Club meets tomorrow after school, please let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day if you plan to attend.

 

Students and staff:  I received a letter from Deacon Graber which I would like to read to you now.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Father in heaven, in all our relationships, give us grace and wisdom to be wise leaders, parents, and friends.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 30, 2017

Students, please get your booklet filled out for the magazine drive and get it turned into your teacher hopefully no later than today.

 

Congratulations to the following students on finishing in the top three in their class in the Science Fair competition. 5th grade:  1st – Lydia Beisner, 2nd, Anne Gibson and 3rd – Alex Hadden, 6th grade:  1st – Luke F. Rammel, 2nd – Kelly Witwer, and 3rd, Mariah Kreusch, 7th grade: 1st- Carmen Badell, 2nd- Madison Werner and 3rd- Mitchell Schmitmeyer and 8th grade: 1st Roman Dircksen, 2nd- Aubree Sutherland and 3rd- Evan Saylor. The top three overall winners were: a tie for 1st for Carmen Badell and Lydia Beisner and 3rd Roman Dircksen.

 

Thank you to all the students who participated in the Masses over the weekend, especially the students who participated in more than one Mass.

 

The following students have overdue library books:

 

Today’s schedule for Catholic School’s Week is: Grade 5 will lead us in our Prayer Service after announcements, donuts, juice and milk at 8:40 donated by Carie Pope and Oliver Funeral Home. At 9:00 Father White will lead us in the opening prayer for Catholic Schools Week, after Father White, Mayor

Willman will present a proclamation. The busting of bubble wrap is from 9:15 – 9:25. Lunch with parents/grandparents will be at 11:30- 12:30 whose last name begins with the letter K – Z. Finally, today is Favorite Color day. Tomorrow, grades 3 & 4 lead the Prayer service, 6th grade go to Lehman and it is hat day.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Catholic Schools Week has started off very well with the Masses over the weekend, let’s pray that the whole week goes well.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 27, 2017

Students, please get your booklet filled out for the magazine drive and get it turned into your teacher hopefully no later than Monday.

 

Students please get you report card form in that is signed by your parents saying they saw your report card.

 

We are on the Friday schedule, will start with 3rd period.

 

Happy ½ birthday Jersee Randall, Jersee please come to the office after announcements.

 

Today is the Right to Life March in Washington DC. Even though we are not there please pray for all the babies that have lost their lives due to abortions. Please pray for the end of abortions. Lastly pray for all the marchers that they have a safe trip to Washington DC and a safe trip home.

 

The Catholic Schools Week Masses are this weekend. Thank you to all the students who are participating in the Masses. Also thank you Ms. Kelly-Pressnall and Mrs. Jones for practicing with the students for the Masses. Thank you also to Mrs. Ayette for getting the children’s choir ready to go.

 

Students and teachers: Students will eat in their classroom.

 

In basketball action last night the Greenville 8th girls defeated Piqua and in 8th grade boys action Mississinawa Valley defeated Bradford 55 to 27. Roman Dircksen scored 2 points.

 

Welcome into the building today:  Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Dietz and Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Blocher

The following students have overdue library books:

 

Please look at Monday’s schedule for Catholic Schools Week so you know what is going on.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a Happy Friday!

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


Sciennce Fair

The Science Fair judging will begin at 10:00 this morning.


2 HOUR DELAY

St. Mary’s School is on a 2 hour delay today, Friday, January 27, 2017 due to icy road conditions.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 26, 2017

Practice for Catholic Schools week is at 9:45 today.

 

Students, please get your booklet filled out for the magazine drive and get it turned into your teacher as soon as possible.

 

Students please get you report card form in that is signed by your parents saying they saw your report card.

 

The Science Fair is tomorrow. The set up for the Science Fair is this afternoon.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Lord, our minds are so prone to distraction. Help us to be present in the moment, especially when listening to those who instruct us in your ways.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 25, 2017

Practice for Catholic Schools week is at 9:45 tomorrow.

 

Students, please get your booklet filled out for the magazine drive and get it turned into your teacher as soon as possible.

 

Students please get you report card form in that is signed by your parents saying they saw your report card.

 

There is a 1st Communion parent meeting tonight at 7:00 in church.

 

The Science Fair is this Friday. The set up for the Science Fair is tomorrow afternoon.

 

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Dietz.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Lord, your works are so many and good I can’t count them all. But I thank you for each one.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 24, 2017

Practice for Catholic Schools week is at 12:05 today and 9:45 on Thursday.

 

Students, please get your booklet filled out for the magazine drive and get it turned into your teacher as soon as possible.

 

Students please get you report card form in that is signed by your parents saying they saw your report card.

 

Happy ½ birthday Drew Beisner, Gage Denham and Lexi Shoop and Happy Birthday Jack Winterrowd and Evan Sudduth. It was drew’s ½ birthday yesterday, Gage’s and Lexi’s ½ birthday today. It was Evan’s birthday on Saturday and Jack’s birthday today. Drew, Gage, Lexi Jack and Evan please come to the office.

 

There is a 1st Communion parent meeting tomorrow night at 7:00 in church.

 

The Science Fair is this Friday. The set up for the Science Fair is Thursday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Just when the caterpillar thought her life was over,
she began to fly.”
 

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

January 20, 2017

Grade cards will go home today, everybody will receive a hard copy.

 

Practice for Catholic Schools week is at 12:30 today.

 

Reminder, there is no school on Monday due to a teacher inservice.

 

The 6th grade return today from Glen Helen today.

 

Magazine fundraiser meeting is this morning at 10:45 in the cafeteria.

 

Yoga Club is cancelled today.

 

Welcome into the building Mrs. Holmes for Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Barga for Mrs. Holmes.

 

Happy ½ birthday Tera Seger and Happy Birthday Chris Hadden and Evan Sudduth. It is Tera’s ½ birthday today and Chris’s and Evan’s birthday tomorrow. Tera, Chris and Evan please come to the office.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Have a Happy Friday!

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 19, 2017

Teachers, grades need to be on the grade cards by 8:00 today.

 

Today’s practice for Catholic School’s Week will be at 9:50 and tomorrow at 12:30.

 

Reminder, there is no school on Monday due to a teacher inservice.

 

The 6th grade are at Glen Helen, they return tomorrow.

 

Magazine fundraiser meeting is tomorrow at 10:45 in the cafeteria.

 

Yoga Club is cancelled tomorrow.

 

Congratulations to the Greenville girls 8th grade basketball team, they defeated West Carollton last night 43 – 15. Carleigh Cox scored 6 points and Isabelle Rammel scored 2 points. Their record is now 5 and 6.

 

Welcome into the building this afternoon, Ms. Masso-Rivetti for Mrs. Pierri.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Whatever you need to tell the Lord today, just say it – from the heart.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 17, 2017

Today is the 1st day of the third nine weeks.

 

Teachers, grades need to be on the grade cards by Thursday morning the 19th by 8:00.

 

Happy ½ birthday Carleigh Cox. Carleigh please come to the office after announcements.

 

There is no practice for Catholic Schools Week today or tomorrow. Thursday practice will be at 9:50 and Friday at 12:30.

 

Reminder, there is no school on Monday due to a teacher inservice.

 

The 6th grade leave for Glen Helen today and will return on Friday. I hope you have a great time as well as an educational time.

 

There is a confirmation meeting for the parents, students and sponsors tomorrow night at church beginning at 7:00.

 

Magazine fundraiser meeting is this Friday at 10:45 in the cafeteria.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Happiness is a choice, not a result. Nothing will make you happy until you choose to be happy. No person will make you happy unless you decide to be happy. Your happiness will not come to you. It can only come from you.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 13, 2017

 

The end of the 2nd nine weeks is today. Teachers, grades need to be on the grade cards by Thursday morning the 19th by 8:00.

 

Happy Birthday Mrs. Blocher.

 

Catholic Schools Week practice will be at 12:25 today.

 

Students who ride the bus, please wait in the cafeteria for the bus until I finish with the students who ride home with parents.

 

Reminder, there is no school on Monday due to Martin Luther King Day.

 

Redbooks are needed for Mass today.

 

Congratulations to the Greenville girls 8th grade basketball team on defeating Fairborn last night. Carleigh Cos scored 6 pts. In the victory.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Have a Happy Friday!

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 12, 2017

The 2nd grade students made their 1st reconciliation last night. We will have donuts this morning to celebrate with the 2nd grade students.

 

The Rosary Club meets today after school.

 

The end of the 2nd nine weeks is tomorrow. Teachers, grades need to be on the grade cards by Thursday morning the 19th by 8:00.

 

Happy ½ birthday Alyssa Hadden, Allysa please come to the office after announcements.

 

Catholic Schools Week practice will be at 12:05 today and 12:25 tomorrow.

 

Students who ride the bus. You need to be ready to go in the afternoon, the bus needs to get to the junior high so it will not be waiting for you. I am not going to ask the driver to wait, so if you miss the bus you will need to call your parents. Also afternoon bus riders, the bus will take you to the new school where you board your bus that you take home. Older students please help the younger students find their bus.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: May we grow in our intimacy with God so that we will want to spend more time with Him.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 11, 2017

Students: If you are going to participate in the Catholic Schools Week Masses you need to turn your form into Mrs. Detling asap.

 

We will have pretzels tomorrow due to having donuts on Thursday.

 

The 2nd graders will be making their 1st reconciliation this Wednesday night. We will have donuts on Thursday to celebrate with the 2nd grade students. Remember, to keep the 2ndgraders in your prayers.

 

The Rosary Club meets Thursday after school.

 

The end of the 2nd nine weeks is this Friday. Teachers, grades need to be on the grade cards by Thursday morning the 19th by 8:00.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Thank goodness we are in school today.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 10, 2017

Students: If you are going to participate in the Catholic Schools Week Masses you need to turn your form into Mrs. Detling asap.

 

We will have pretzels tomorrow due to having donuts on Thursday.

 

The 2nd graders will be making their 1st reconciliation this Wednesday night. We will have donuts on Thursday to celebrate with the 2nd grade students. Remember, to keep the 2nd graders in your prayers.

 

The Rosary Club meets Thursday after school.

 

The end of the 2nd nine weeks is this Friday. Teachers, grades need to be on the grade cards by Thursday morning the 19th by 8:00.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Thank goodness we are in school today.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 9, 2017

Happy ½ Birthday to Kendall Kreusch. Kendall please come to the office after announcements.

 

Students participating in the Science Fair, if you need a tri-fold board Mrs. Detling is selling them in the office. They are $5.00 each.

 

The 2nd graders will be making their 1st reconciliation this Wednesday night.

 

The Rosary Club meets Thursday after school.

 

The end of the 2nd nine weeks is this Friday.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed
by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 6, 2017

Happy ½ Birthday to Ethan Jones and Roman Dircksen. It is Ethan’s ½ birthday today and Roman’s tomorrow. Ethan and Roman please come to the office after announcements.

 

If anybody at least 12 years old wants to apply for the 9th annual Light Foundation wild turkey hunt there are applications in the office. Pick one up no later than this afternoon.

 

Students participating in the Science Fair, if you need a tri-fold board Mrs. Detling is selling them in the office. They are $5.00 each.

 

Redbooks are not needed today.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  When anger or tension or bitterness threatens our relationship with the lord and with others, it helps to remember that “a cheerful heart is good medicine” for our own joy and well-being.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 5, 2017

Happy Birthday Kaitlyn Tollefson. Kaitlyn please come to the office after announcements.

 

If anybody at least 12 years old wants to apply for the 9th annual Light Foundation wild turkey hunt there are applications in the office. Pick one up no later than tomorrow afternoon.

 

Students participating in the Science Fair, if you need a tri-fold board Mrs. Detling is selling them in the office. They are $5.00 each.

 

There is a student council meeting the first lunch today in Mrs. Foster’s room. You will eat during the meeting.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  May we grow in our intimacy with God so that we will want to spend more time with Him.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 4, 2017

Reminder, there is no bussing until January 12th.

 

Teachers: Reminder we have a staff meeting today after school.

 

Happy Birthday to Mrs. Adams and Happy ½ Birthday to Evan Saylor. Evan please come to the office after announcements.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  God pours His love into our hearts to flow out to others’ lives.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

January 3, 2017

Reminder, there is no bussing until January 12th.

 

Teachers: Reminder we have a staff meeting tomorrow after school.

 

Teachers:  There are two chairs at the bottom of the stairwell, if you can use them they are yours.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Welcome back everybody.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


HAPPY NEW YEAR

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!


Merry Christmas

From our family to yours, Merry Christmas!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 21, 2016

Reminder, there is no bussing until January 12th.

 

Today is our last day of school before Christmas. We will have the full day.

 

We will go Christmas caroling this morning from 10:30 – 11:30, please be sure to dress warm.

 

It is now officially winter, today is the shortest day of the year.

 

Mrs. Myers will not be here today.

 

We come back to school on Tues. January 3rd.

 

In 8th grade girls basketball action last night, Greenville beat Piqua 51 – 17. Carleigh scored 8 points and Isabelle scored 2 points.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  I want to wish each of you and your families a Very Merry and Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 20, 2016

Reminder, there is no bussing until January 12th.

 

Tomorrow is our last day of school before Christmas. We will have the full day.

 

We will go Christmas caroling tomorrow morning from 10:30 – 11:30, please be sure to dress warm.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Jesus came not to be famous, but to humbly offer himself as the sacrifice for our sins.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 16, 2016

 

Today is the Butterflies last class before Christmas break.

 

Yoga Club meets today after school.

 

Students a reminder: Greenville City is off for Christmas break beginning on Monday and do not come back to school until January 12th, therefore there is no bussing until January 12th.

 

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Foster.

 

Mr. Bingham will not be here today, 8th graders please empty the trash at the end of the day.

 

Red books are not needed for Mass today.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAYHave a Happy Friday!

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 15, 2016

Grades K thru 4 will go the nursing homes this afternoon to sing Christmas carols. Bus leaves at 12:30.

 

The Rosary Club meets today after school.

 

The Caterpillars last class before Christmas break is today, the Butterflies last class before Christmas break will be tomorrow.

 

Yoga Club meets Friday after school, please let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day Thursday if you will be attending.

 

Happy Birthday Callie Zwiesler, Callie please come to the office after announcements.

 

Students a reminder: Greenville City is off for Christmas break beginning on Monday and do not come back to school until January 12th, therefore there is no bussing until January 12th.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAYThe first day of winter is next Wednesday.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 14, 2016

The AR store is open this afternoon, your class will be called down when it is time for you to go down. Your two smiling clerks for the store are Mrs. Pierri and Mrs. Detling.

Grades K thru 4 will go the nursing homes tomorrow to sing Christmas songs. Bus leaves at 12:30.

 

The Rosary Club meets tomorrow after school.

 

The Caterpillars last class before Christmas break will be tomorrow, the Butterflies last class before Christmas break will be Friday.

 

Yoga Club meets Friday after school, please let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day Thursday if you will be attending.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAYKeep reminding yourself that everything happens for a reason.
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 13, 2016

Thank you to all the staff members and students who made last’s live Nativity program a huge success. Everybody did an outstanding job. I had many positive comments.

Fr. Schmitmeyer, the Vocations director for the Archdiocese, will be here today to talk to the religion classes about vocations.

 

Grades K thru 4 will go the nursing homes on Thursday to sing Christmas songs.

 

The Rosary Club meets Thursday after school.

 

The Caterpillars last class before Christmas break will be Thursday, the Butterflies last class before Christmas break will be Friday.

 

Yoga Club meets Friday after school, please let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day Thursday if you will be attending.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Good, better, best. Never let it rest. ‘Til your good is better and your better is best.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 12, 2016

Happy Birthday to Andrew Winner, and Mr. Bingham, their birthdays were yesterday. Andrew please come to the office.

 

We will have the prayer around the Advent Wreath after announcements.

 

Dress rehearsal for the Christmas program is at 12:15. Students who are wearing costumes should dress at noon time.

 

Fr. Schmitmeyer will be here tomorrow to talk to the religion classes about vocations.

 

Grades K thru 4 will go the nursing homes on Thursday to sing Christmas songs.

 

The Rosary Club meets Thursday after school.

 

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. McCoy.

 

The Caterpillars last class before Christmas break will be Thursday, the Butterflies last class before Christmas break will be Friday.

 

Yoga Club meets Friday after school, please let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day Thursday if you will be attending.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 9, 2016

We have Mass this morning red books are not needed.

 

If we would get snow over the weekend and not have school. if the roads are clear on Monday afternoon we will still have our Christmas program Monday night. I will do a one call now to let you and your parents know if the program is on or off.

 

Happy Birthday to Andrew Winner, Jacob Maher and Mr. Bingham, all 3 birthdays are on Sunday. Andrew and Jacob please come to the office.

 

Dress rehearsal for the Christmas program is Monday at 12:15. Students who are wearing costumes should dress at noon time.

 

Fr. Schmitmeyer will be here on Tuesday to talk to the religion classes about vocations.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a Happy Friday!

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 8, 2016

We will go to Mass this morning for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. After Mass we will have donuts and juice and/or milk.

 

Red books are not needed for Mass today.

 

We will be on the 2 hour delay schedule today.

 

6th grade students Glen Helen permission forms and check are due in this today. Please get them in.

 

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. McCoy.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Choose the attitude of gratitude.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 7, 2016

We will practice for the Christmas program after recess this morning.

 

Thank you to all the dads and their children who came to Donuts for Dad.

 

Tomorrow is the feast of the Immaculate Conception, so we will have Mass. After Mass we will have donuts and juice and/or milk.

 

6th grade students Glen Helen permission forms and check are due in this Thursday. Please get them in.

 

Teachers: We have a meeting after school today.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  A heart that is open to Christ will be open to those he loves.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 6, 2016

Happy St. Nicholas Day to everybody!

Happy Birthday to Gabby and Will Hartzell. Gabby and Will please come to the office after announcements.

 

We will practice for the Christmas program at 12:15 today at church. Tomorrow we will practice at 10:40.

 

Donuts with Dad will be tomorrow morning from 7:00 to 7:40.

 

Thursday is the feast of the Immaculate Conception, so we will have Mass. After Mass we will have donuts and juice and/or milk.

 

 

6th grade students Glen Helen permission forms and check are due in this Thursday. Please get them in.

 

Teachers: We have a meeting after school tomorrow.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “To wish you were someone else is to waste the person you are.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 5, 2016

We will have the prayer around the Advent table after announcements.

Mrs. Barga will not be in today, students should have AR instead of keyboarding.

 

We will practice for the Christmas program at 1:35 today.

 

Donuts with Dad will be this Wednesday morning from 7:00 to 7:40.

 

Thursday is the feast of the Immaculate Conception, so we will have Mass. After Mass we will have donuts and juice and/or milk.

 

The Yoga club meets Friday after school. Please let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day Thursday if you are attending.

 

Teachers: We have a meeting after school on Wednesday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Life is unpredictable. Love may arrive when it’s least expected. Laughter may occur at any moment and tears may fall without warning.
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 2, 2016

 

Greenery orders are due in this morning, so if you have yours, please turn it into your teacher after announcements are over.

 

Redbooks are not needed this morning.

 

Fr. Karris, the priest who is saying Mass today may stop over and visit classrooms today.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Choose the attitude of gratitude.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

December 1, 2016

 

Congratulations to Isabelle Rammel on winning the spelling bee yesterday. Landen Kreusch was 2nd and Mariah Brunswick finished 3rd.

 

Friday is First Friday, therefore we will have Mass.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Dear Lord, show me how I can be an encouragement to others with my words.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 30, 2016

 

The Spelling Bee is this morning at 9:15.

 

The following students still have books overdue: Cullen Schmidt, Chloe Deubner, Leah Schmitmeyer ( Mrs. Ayette will you please see to it that these students get these books turned in). Evan Sudduth, Adam Edwards, Brookelyn Schmidt, Andrew Winner and Madison Werner. Somebody also has the Worst Years of My Life out but did not check it out, please get the book checked out.

 

Friday is First Friday, therefore we will have Mass.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Dear Lord, I know that you are good and you love me. I trust you to give me everything I need for today.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 29, 2016

We will have the prayer around the Advent Wreath this morning after announcements.

We will practice for the Christmas program at 12:15 today. This will be mainly where people will be positioned. Please meet by the playground.

 

The Spelling Bee is tomorrow morning at 9:15.

 

We have many students with overdue books. Some of you have more than two books out, the rule is no more than 2 books at one time. Following are the students who have overdue books, please get them turned in.

 

Molly Hunt will do a presentation tonight in the cafeteria about her trip to World Youth Day in Poland. The trip took place last summer.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 28, 2016

We will not have the prayer around the Advent Wreath this morning.

The Youth Choir that will sing at the Christmas Mass has practice today from 4:30 – 6:00.

 

Junior High:  You may need to help with loading canned goods from church today at noon.

 

The Spelling Bee is Wednesday morning at 9:15.

 

We have many students with overdue books. Some of you have more than two books out, the rule is no more than 2 books at one time. Following are the students who have overdue books, please get them turned in.

 

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  We are beginning the last week of November.

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 22, 2016

Teachers: I would like to meet this afternoon after school to make plans for the Christmas program.

 

Students don’t forget to bring in your food for the Thanksgiving meal. Thank you.

 

Students:  Please bring canned goods in for the needy. We will bring the canned goods with us to church tomorrow.

 

The following students still have not brought in their report card sign off sheets that the parents signs saying they have saw your report card. Get this in no later than Monday. If you need a new form see Mrs. Detling.

 

Students, so far 1,194 books have been read this year. The goal was to have read 2,000 books by Christmas. We are 806 books short. This goal can be reached. Everybody keep reading.

 

The Thanksgiving dinner is tomorrow at 11:30.

 

We will have Benediction tomorrow afternoon at 1:45.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAYHave a great day!

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

November 21, 2016

The Junior High will help load up canned goods for the needy today at noon. The canned goods are at church.

At 1:15 the Junior High students will help Barb take the old missiles out of the pews and put the new ones in.

Teachers: I would like to meet tomorrow after school to make plans for the Christmas program.

 

Students don’t forget to bring in your food for the Thanksgiving meal. Thank you.

 

Students:  Please bring canned goods in for the needy. We will bring the canned goods with us to church Wednesday.

 

The following students still have not brought in their report card sign off sheets that the parents signs saying they have saw your report card. Get this in no later than Monday. If you need a new form see Mrs. Detling.

 

We will have Benediction Wednesday afternoon at 1:45.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAYEverybody take a minute sometime today to think about what you are thankful for.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 18, 2016

 

The Junior High will go to the Northern Area Mass this morning. The Mass is at St. Patrick’s in Troy, it begins at 10:00, the bus leaves at 9:10.

 

Grades K thru 6 will go to the communion service this morning. Red books are needed for the prayer service.

 

Grades 7 & 8 will have their normal 1st and 2nd period classes this morning.

 

Teachers: I would like to meet next Tuesday after school to make plans for the Christmas program.

 

Students don’t forget to bring in your food for the Thanksgiving meal. Thank you.

 

The following students still have not brought in their report card sign off sheets that the parents signs saying they have saw your report card. Get this in no later than Monday. If you need a new form see Mrs. Detling.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY“To make mistakes is human; to stumble is commonplace; to be able to laugh at yourself is maturity.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 17, 2016

Students in the spelling bee, please tell your parents the spelling bee is on Nov. 30th.

 

Students age 8 thru 13 as of April 1st, 2017 if you would like to shoot in the Greenville Elks foul shooting contest please see Mr. Rosenbeck. The contest will be held on Sunday, December 11th at 2:00 at Greenville High School.

 

Yoga Club meets tomorrow after school. Let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day if you will be attending.

 

The Junior High will go to the Northern Area Mass tomorrow morning. The Mass is at St. Patrick’s in Troy, it begins at 10:00, the bus leaves at 9:10. School uniform is required, no shorts.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Talk to people how you would want people to talk to you.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 16, 2016

Please keep praying for Tori Foster, she may get out of the hospital today.

 

Students in the spelling bee, please tell your parents the spelling bee is on Nov. 30th not this Thursday.

 

Students age 8 thru 13 as of April 1st, 2017 if you would like to shoot in the Greenville Elks foul shooting contest please see Mr. Rosenbeck. The contest will be held on Sunday, December 11th at 2:00 at Greenville High School.

 

Yoga Club meets Friday after school. Let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day on Thursday if you will be attending.

 

Muffins with Mom was this morning thank you to all the moms for taking time out of their busy schedule to come in this morning. The Donuts with Dad will be Wednesday, December 7th.

 

Kathy Schemmel will be here this afternoon at 1:30 to talk to grades 5 thru 8 about Consecrated Women. She will talk to the 5th & 6th grade first then the 7 & 8th graders.

 

The Junior High will go to the Northern Area Mass this Friday morning. The Mass is at St. Patrick’s in Troy, it begins at 10:00, the bus leaves at 9:10. School uniform is required, no shorts.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Without love what do you have?

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 15, 2016

 

Mrs. Rammel will be doing vision and hearing testing again today.

 

 Grades 5 thru 8 go to Victoria Theatre today, the bus leaves at 8:00.

 

Teachers:  Please get me your SF 200 forms (the forms I gave you yesterday) into me as soon as you can. Also teachers, I have a meeting this morning so I need somebody to do lunch duties, if you can help out please sign up on the sheet attached to the mailbox.

 

If anybody sees Mr. Binghams keys please turn them into Mr. Bingham or the office.

 

Please keep praying for Tori Foster as she is still in the hospital.

 

The Greenville Junior High sports assembly is this morning beginning at 8:00.

 

Students in the spelling bee, please tell your parents the spelling bee is on Nov. 30th not this Thursday.

 

Happy Birthday Ava Glass. Ava please come to the office after announcements.

 

Students age 8 thru 13 as of April 1st, 2017 if you would like to shoot in the Greenville Elks foul shooting contest please see Mr. Rosenbeck. The contest will be held on Sunday, December 11th at 2:00 at Greenville High School.

 

The library is closed today.

 

Yoga Club meets Friday after school. Let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day on Thursday if you will be attending.

 

Muffins with Mom is tomorrow morning beginning at 7:00 and over at 7:40.

 

Kathy Schemmel will be here tomorrow at 1:30 to talk to grades 5 thru 8 about Consecrated Women. She will talk to the 5th & 6th grade first then the 7 & 8th graders.

 

The Junior High will go to the Northern Area Mass this Friday morning. The Mass is at St. Patrick’s in Troy, it begins at 10:00, the bus leaves at 9:10. School uniform is required, no shorts.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Keep love in your heart.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 15, 2016

 

Mrs. Rammel will be doing vision and hearing testing again today.

 

 Grades 5 thru 8 go to Victoria Theatre today, the bus leaves at 8:00.

 

Teachers:  Please get me your SF 200 forms (the forms I gave you yesterday) into me as soon as you can. Also teachers, I have a meeting this morning so I need somebody to do lunch duties, if you can help out please sign up on the sheet attached to the mailbox.

 

If anybody sees Mr. Binghams keys please turn them into Mr. Bingham or the office.

 

Please keep praying for Tori Foster as she is still in the hospital.

 

The Greenville Junior High sports assembly is this morning beginning at 8:00.

 

Students in the spelling bee, please tell your parents the spelling bee is on Nov. 30th not this Thursday.

 

Happy Birthday Ava Glass. Ava please come to the office after announcements.

 

Students age 8 thru 13 as of April 1st, 2017 if you would like to shoot in the Greenville Elks foul shooting contest please see Mr. Rosenbeck. The contest will be held on Sunday, December 11th at 2:00 at Greenville High School.

 

The library is closed today.

 

Yoga Club meets Friday after school. Let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day on Thursday if you will be attending.

 

Muffins with Mom is tomorrow morning beginning at 7:00 and over at 7:40.

 

Kathy Schemmel will be here tomorrow at 1:30 to talk to grades 5 thru 8 about Consecrated Women. She will talk to the 5th & 6th grade first then the 7 & 8th graders.

 

The Junior High will go to the Northern Area Mass this Friday morning. The Mass is at St. Patrick’s in Troy, it begins at 10:00, the bus leaves at 9:10. School uniform is required, no shorts.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Keep love in your heart.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 14, 2016

 

Mrs. Rammel will be doing vision and hearing testing again tomorrow.

 

 Grades 5 thru 8 go to Victoria Theatre tomorrow, the bus leaves at 8:00.

 

Thank you to Mrs. Ayette and all the children who sang Saturday at the Bizarre, from what I was told you had a wonderful performance.

 

The Greenville Junior High sports assembly is tomorrow, the same day grades 5 thru 8 go to Victoria Theatre. Please let me know if you plan on attending the sports program or going to the Victoria Theatre.

 

Students age 8 thru 13 as of April 1st, 2017 if you would like to shoot in the Greenville Elks foul shooting contest please see Mr. Rosenbeck. The contest will be held on Sunday, December 11th at 2:00 at Greenville High School.

 

Ms. Kelly- Pressnall will be here today for Mrs. Foster.

 

Mrs. Foster has asked that you pray for her daughter Tori. Tori passed out in church yesterday, they do not know the why. She was transported to Children’s Hospital.

 

Muffins for Mom is this Wednesday morning beginning at 7:00 and over at 7:40.

 

The Junior High will go to the Northern Area Mass this Friday morning. The Mass is at St. Patrick’s in Troy, it begins at 10:00, the bus leaves at 9:10

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  I hope you all enjoyed the great weather we had over the weekend.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thank you veterans for serving our country. Without your service having freedom of religion may not be possible, Catholic schools such as St. Mary's may not exist. You are the heros our young children should be looking up to. Again, thank you very much.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 10, 2016

The library will be closed this morning morning from 9:15 – 10:45 for the 3rd grade to take their test.

 

Parent Teacher Conferences are today from 3 to 8:00PM.

 

There is no school tomorrow.

 

Mrs. Rammel will be doing vision and hearing testing beginning at 10:30 today with the kindergarten. She needs to do Kindergarten, 1st grade, 3rd grade, 5th grade, and 7th grade.

 

Junior High students I will need you to help carry items for the Rosary Altar Bizarre from the youth house today at approximately 1:45.

 

The Rosary Altar Bizarre is this weekend here at school.

 

The Greenville Junior High sports assembly is next Tuesday, the same day grades 5 thru 8 go to Victoria Theatre. Please let me know if you plan on attending the sports program or going to the Victoria Theatre.

 

Good luck to Lydia Beisner and Anne Gibson they are participating in the Greenville City String Fling tonight.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  I hope you enjoy your 3 day weekend.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 9, 2016

The library will be closed this morning from 8:00 – 9:30 and tomorrow morning from 9:15 – 10:45 for the 3rd grade to take their test.

 

Parent Teacher Conferences are tomorrow from 3 to 8:00PM.

 

There is no school on Friday.

 

If you haven’t heard, Donald Trump was elected President.

 

Teachers:   Please do not set anything on top of your heaters, also do not sit anything in front of the air vents in front of the heaters.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Let us all pray for Donald Trump.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 7, 2016

Happy Birthday Carmen Badell. Carmen please come to the office after announcements.

 

The library will be closed today from 12:15 to approximately 1:30.

 

Parent Teacher Conferences are Thursday from 3 to 8:00PM.

 

There is no school on Friday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “If my mind can conceive it, if my heart can believe it,
I know I can achieve it.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 4, 2016

The 4th grade will receive their Sacred Heart badges at Mass this morning.

 

Grade cards will go out this afternoon, if your parents want paper copy please let Mrs. Detling or myself know right away this morning.

 

Happy Birthday Mr. Blocher and Kelly Witwer. It is Mr. Blocher’s birthday today and Kelly’s tomorrow. Kelly please come to the office after announcements.

 

Mr. Bingham will not be here today so 8th grade can you help out this afternoon?

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a Happy Friday!

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 3, 2016

Teachers: Grades need to be on the report cards by this morning 8:00.

 

The Lehman Limelighters will be here this afternoon at 1:30 for their annual performance.

 

The 4th grade will receive their Sacred Heart badges at Mass tomorrow morning.

 

Grade cards will go out tomorrow afternoon, if your parents want paper copy please let Mrs. Detling or myself know by tomorrow morning.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “You don’t make progress by standing on the sidelines, whimpering and complaining. You make progress by implementing ideas.”

 Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 2, 2016

 

Students:  If you have overdue order forms and money for the Trophy Nut sales get them turned in right away today.

 

Redbooks are needed for music today.

 

Teachers: Grades need to be on the report cards by Thursday morning 8:00.

 

Happy Birthday Clair Rammel, Clair please come to the office after announcements.

 

The Lehman Limelighters will be here tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 for their annual performance.

 

The 4th grade will receive their Sacred Heart badges at Mass on Friday morning.

 

Grade cards will go out Friday afternoon, if your parents want paper copy please let Mrs. Detling or myself know by Friday morning.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Enjoy this great weather we are having.

 Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

November 1, 2016

 

Students:  Order forms and money are due in for the Trophy Nut sales today.

 

We will go to Mass this morning for All Saints Day. We will have juice, milk and donuts after Mass. We will follow the Friday schedule today.

 

Teachers: Grades need to be on the report cards by Thursday morning 8:00.

 

Red books are not needed today.

 

Teachers and students: We will be on the 2 hour delay schedule today.

 

The Lehman Limelighters will be here Thursday afternoon at 1:30 for their annual performance.

 

The 4th grade will receive their Sacred Heart badges at Mass on Friday morning.

 

Grade cards will go out Friday afternoon, if your parents want paper copy please let Mrs. Detling or myself know by Friday morning.

 

Congratulations to the following students for qualifying for the spelling bee: Eva Kramer, Lauren Wright, Kelly Witwer, Mariah Kreusch, Luke F. Rammel, Carson Pope, Ashton Noggle, Andrew Winner, Mariah Brunswick, Carmen Badell, Justin Haden, Landen Kreusch, Ben Hartzell, Kali Meyers, Jacob Dircksen, Isabelle Rammel, Chris Hadden, Wyatt Rammel, Carlos Badell, Alex Hadden, Anne Gibson and Lydia Beisner.

 

Congratulations to the following families on being the top 3 families selling chicken dinners: 1st place:  The Hadden Family, the Hadden’s sold 55 dinners, 2nd place: The Badell family they sold 40 tickets and 3rd place the Kramer family, they sold 38 dinners.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  November is here, Thanksgiving is only 24 days away.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 31, 2016

Happy Halloween!

 

Students:  Order forms and money are due in for the Trophy Nut sales tomorrow. Remember the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. Anybody who sells at least $35 worth of prizes will have their names put in for an additional drawing and also will receive a one day jeans pass. Anybody who sells $45 worth will receive 2 jean passes.

 

Mrs. Barga is not here today so there is no keyboarding this morning. Students will have AR instead.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

We will go to Mass tomorrow morning for All Saints Day. We will have juice, milk and donuts after Mass.

 

Teachers: Grades need to be on the report cards by Thursday morning 8:00.

 

Congratulations to Callie Pope, Clair Rammel, Sami Elam, Ava Glass who play for the DC Breakers soccer team, they defeated Botkins Saturday morning 2 – 0.

 

The Lehman Limelighters will be here Thursday afternoon at 1:30 for their annual performance.

 

The 4th grade will receive their Sacred Heart badges at Mass on Friday morning.

 

Grade cards will go out Friday afternoon, if your parents want paper copy please let Mrs. Detling or myself know by Friday morning.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 28, 2016

Red books are not needed for the Communion Service today. The students in the older grades will say the rosary in church after the communion service today.

 

Students:  Order forms and money are due in for the Trophy Nut sales next Tuesday, November 1st. Remember the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. Anybody who sells at least $35 worth of prizes will have their names put in for an additional drawing and also will receive a one day jeans pass.

 

The end of the nine weeks is today.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Halloween parties and the Haunted House are today.

 

Happy birthday to Gabe Rammel, it is Gabe’s birthday tomorrow. Gabe, please come to the office after announcements.

 

We will have Mass next Tuesday, Nov. 1st, it is All Saints Day.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Our desire to please God should be our highest motive for obeying God.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 27, 2016

Grades 1 thru 4, Mrs. Ayette informed me that the bus driver praised your behavior yesterday on the bus. Great job!!

 

Red books are not needed for the Communion Service tomorrow.

 

Students:  Order forms and money are due in for the Trophy Nut sales next Tuesday, November 1st. Remember the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. Anybody who sells at least $35 worth of prizes will have their names put in for an additional drawing and also will receive a one day jeans pass.

 

The end of the nine weeks is tomorrow.

 

Welcome into the building this morning, Mrs. Troutwine for Mrs. Foster, and Mrs. Warren for Mrs. Detling for part of the day.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Halloween parties and the Haunted House are tomorrow.

 

Students: Thank you very much for keeping the restrooms clean. I check them every night before I go home and a lot of nights there is no paper on the floor. Keep up the great work. I will be around to your classroom today to give you a treat for keeping them clean.

 

Happy belated birthday to Trey Rammel, it was Trey’s birthday yesterday but I forgot to announce it. Trey, please come to the office after announcements.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  For a new start ask God for a new heart.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 26, 2016

 

Thank you to all the students who helped with the chicken dinners last night.

 

Grades 1 thru 4 will go the nursing home this afternoon from 12:30 until 2:00.

 

Pink Day is today. In order to wear pink you must bring in a monetary donation. The money will go to the Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation.

 

Red books are needed for music class this morning, however red books are not needed for the Communion Service on Friday.

 

Students:  Order forms and money are due in for the Trophy Nut sales next Tuesday, November 1st. Remember the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. Anybody who sells at least $35 worth of prizes will have their names put in for an additional drawing and also will receive a one day jeans pass.

 

7th & 8th grade boys basketball open gym and tryout dates and times are in Mrs. Detling’s office please stop in today and get them if you plan on playing.

 

Any junior high students playing winter sports at Greenville City the mandatory parent/player meeting is tonight at the high school gym beginning at 6:00. Contact the athletic director with any questions.

 

The end of the nine weeks is Friday.

 

Please do not use the sink in the kitchen today that is right beside the refrigerator.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Halloween parties and the Haunted House is this Friday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “You may think the grass is greener on the other side,
but if you take the time to water your own grass, it would be just as green.”
Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 25, 2016

Retake pictures are today. To have a retake you must turn in your picture packet. Candid pictures for the yearbook will also be taken today.

 

Today are the chicken dinners, thank you to all the students who sold tickets.

 

Grades 1 thru 4 will go the nursing home tomorrow afternoon from 12:30 until 2:00.

 

Pink Day is tomorrow. In order to wear pink you must bring in a monetary donation. The money will go to the Breast Cancer Awareness Fouindation.

 

Students:  Order forms and money are due in for the Trophy Nut sales next Tuesday, November 1st. Remember the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. Anybody who sells at least $35 worth of prizes will have their names put in for an additional drawing and also will receive a one day jeans pass.

 

7th & 8th grade boys basketball open gym and tryout dates and times are in Mrs. Detling’s office please stop in today and get them if you plan on playing.

 

Any junior high students playing winter sports at Greenville City the mandatory parent/player meeting is tomorrow night at the high school gym from 6:00 to 6:45. Contact the athletic director with any questions. Sorry for the late notice, but we just received the information yesterday afternoon.

 

The end of the nine weeks is Friday.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Halloween parties and the Haunted House is this Friday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  May we grow in our intimacy with God so that we will want to spend more time with him.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 24, 2016

Retake pictures are tomorrow. To have a retake you must turn in your picture packet. Candid pictures for the yearbook will also be taken next Tuesday.

 

Tomorrow are the chicken dinners, thank you to all the students who sold tickets.

 

Grades 1 thru 4 will go the nursing home on Wednesday to sing afternoon from 12:30 until 2:00.

 

Students: Remind your parents that if anybody wants to help with the auction there is meeting tonight at the Fairlawn beginning at 7:00.

 

The end of the nine weeks is Friday.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Halloween parties and the Haunted House is this Friday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “I looked always outside of myself to see what I could make the world give me instead of looking within myself to see what was there.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 20, 2016

There is no school tomorrow, teachers have an inservice.

Teachers:  The window panels are being replaced tomorrow so you need to have everything away from the windows, Also, please stack your chairs at the end of the day on Thursday.

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Retake pictures are next Tuesday. Candid pictures for the yearbook will also be taken next Tuesday.

 

Students: Please do not open or shut windows without a teacher present, if you are not careful you will break the blinds.

 

Happy Birthday Ben Hartzell, Mrs. Pierri and Mrs. Rammel, it is Ben’s birthday and Mrs. Pierri’s birthday tomorrow and Mrs Rammel’s birthday on Sunday. Ben please come to the office after announcements.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “It takes nothing to join the crowd. It takes everything to stand alone”

 Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today! 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 18, 2016

There is no school on Friday, teachers have an inservice.

Teachers:  The window panels are being replaced this Friday so you need to have everything away from the windows, Also, please stack your chairs at the end of the day on Thursday.

Somebody has the book “Middle School – The Worst Years of my Life” copy 2, please bring the book to the library and get it signed out properly.

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Retake pictures are next Tuesday. Candid pictures will also be taken next Tuesday.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Do something special for somebody today.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 17, 2016

There is no school on Friday, teachers have an inservice.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

In cross country results Saturday at the Cross County Conference meet: Landen Kreusch finished 12th with a time of 12:29, Roman Dircksen finished 42nd with a time of 13:48, Jacob Dircksen was 58th with a time of 14:50 and Mitchell Schmitmeyer was 61st with a time of 15:07. At the GWOC meet Wyatt Rammel finished 184th with a time of 14:02, Chris Hadden finished 206th with a time of 14:22 and Koller Winterrowd finished 234th with a time of 14:54. In the girls race Isabelle Rammel finished 5th in the North Division and 18th overall with a time of 13:01.

 

In volleyball results unfortunately both the 7th and 8th grade teams lost their first tournament games Saturday. Both teams had great seasons.

 

 

The Butterflies Pre School are going to the fire department today.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Life will let you get away with something for a while,
but sooner or later, you will pay the price. Everything you do in life causes the effects that you experience. When you get the bill, be prepared to pay.”

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 14, 2016

 

All chicken dinner money and unsold tickets are due in today. Remember if your family sells all the tickets that were given to them, all students in the family will receive a jeans pass. Also, top sellers get prizes.

 

Students who rode on the Homecoming float last night, you did a great job!

 

Someone has the book "Babar and the Succotash Bird" and did not sign the card.  It is a level 2.4 book.  If you have this book, please see Mrs. Waltke today in the library and sign the card.

 

Yoga club will meet today after school. Please let Mrs. Detling know if you will be attending.

 

Good luck to our volleyball players who play in the GWOC tournament tomorrow and our cross country runners who run in their conference meets tomorrow.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Mr. Bingham is not here today, junior high can some of you volunteer to empty waste baskets and sweep the cafeteria floor.

 

We have a Communion Service this morning, red books are needed.

 

The Butterflies Pre School are going to the fire department on Monday.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Be sure to get outside this weekend and enjoy the great fall weather and the beauty God has created with the changing of the leaves.


Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 13, 2016

 

All chicken dinner money and unsold tickets are due in today. Remember if your family sells all the tickets that were given to them, all students in the family will receive a jeans pass. Also, top sellers get prizes.

 

Rosary Club meets today after school.

 

Yoga club will meet tomorrow after school. Please let Mrs. Detling know if you will be attending.

 

Congratulations to the Greenville 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams they both defeated Vandalia Butler last night. The 8th grade finished with a record of 12 – 5 and the 7th grade finished 13 – 4. They both play in tournament this Saturday. Also this Saturday all of St. Mary’s cross country runners will participate in league meets.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Mr. Bingham will not be here tomorrow.

 

We have a Communion Service tomorrow morning.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Every time you subtract negative from your life,
you make room for more positive.”


Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 11, 2016

Tomorrow morning the Caterpillars thru 2nd grade will be going to Brumbaugh Fruit Farm. Leave at 8:30.

 

All chicken dinner money and unsold tickets are due in on this Thursday. Remember if your family sells all the tickets that were given to them, all students in the family will receive a jeans pass. Also, top sellers get prizes.

 

Yoga club will meet this Friday after school. Please let Mrs. Detling know if you will be attending.

 

Congratulations to the 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams they both defeated Northmont last evening. The 7th grade record is now 11 – 4 and the 8th grade record is now 10 – 5. They have one game left tomorrow night vs. Vandalia.

 

Students in grades 4 thru 8 when going out for lunch recess please exit the building through the front door.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

The following books are missing from the library, We Love Fruit and Scared Stiff. If you have one of these books, please take it to the library and get it checked out. Thank you.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Sometimes life will test you but remember this:
when you walk up a mountain, your legs get stronger.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 10, 2016

 

Happy Columbus Day!

 

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Pierri.

 

Tonight the 8th grade and parents will have a meeting about their class trip.

 

This Wednesday morning the caterpillars thru 2nd grade will be going to Brumbaugh Fruit Farm. Leave at 8:30.

 

All chicken dinner money and unsold tickets are due in on this Thursday.

 

Yoga club will meet this Friday after school.

 

In Cross Country over the weekend, Aracanum, Mississinawa Valley and Franklin Monroe ran at the Ed Leas Fall Classic at Eaton. Landen Kreusch finished 26th with a time of 12:21, Roman Dircksen finished 96th with a time of 14:24, Jacob Dircksen finished 113th with a time of 14:58 and Mitchell Schmitmeyer finished 120th with a time of 15:09.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

The following books are missing from the library, We Love Fruit, Scared Stiff, and Toad Takes Off. If you have one of these books, please take it to the library and get it checked out. Thank you.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have a great Columbus Day!

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 7, 2016

 

Monday night the 8th grade and parents will have a meeting about their class trip.

 

We will have Mass today, redbooks are needed.

 

October is the month of the rosary; an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Several students have overdue books and some have more than two books checked out - remember ONLY TWO books are to be checked out at a time! 

The following books are missing from the library, We Love Fruit, Ghost at Sundown, Hedgehog Bakes a Cake, Scared Stiff, and Toad Takes Off. If you have one of these books, please take it to the library and get it checked out. Thank you.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “If you think education is expensive, try estimating the cost of ignorance.”


Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today!

Have a Happy Friday!!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 6, 2016

The Kindergarten will be going to the fire station today at 1:00.

 

The 1st grade will be going to the Safety program today from approx. 9:30 until 1:00.

 

Monday night the 8th grade and parents will have a meeting about their class trip.

 

We will have Mass tomorrow, redbooks are needed.

 

October is the month of the rosary, an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

Congratulations to Isabelle Rammel, Isabelle finished 5th out of 150 runners at the Tippecanoe Invitational with a time of 13:44.

 

Just a reminder, that the library is closed this morning. It will be open this afternoon from 12:30-2:20.  Several students have overdue books and some have more than two books checked out - remember ONLY TWO books are to be checked out at a time!  Mrs. Barga has the list of all of those names so see her when the library is open this afternoon. 

 

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Prayer helps us see things as God sees them.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today? 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 5, 2016

There is a Confirmation parent and student meeting tonight in church beginning at 7:00.

 

Mr. Blocher will have music class for grades 4 thru 8 this morning 1st period. Please bring your red books to class.

 

Staff: We have our meeting today after school.

 

Students: If you are having trouble with your tablet, thee is a paper on the desk in the library please print your name and print the problem. Mr. Hadden needs to be able to read it.

 

The Kindergarten will be going to the fire station tomorrow at 1:00.

 

The 1st grade will be going to the Safety program tomorrow from approx. 9:30 until 1:00.

 

Next Monday night the 8th grade and parents will have a meeting about their class trip.

 

We will have Mass this Friday.

 

October is the month of the rosary, an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Life is short, be a friend to everybody.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today?


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 4, 2016

There is a Confirmation parent and student meeting tomorrow night.

 

Mr. Blocher will have music class for grades 4 thru 8 tomorrow morning 1st period.

 

Staff: We have our meeting tomorrow after school.

 

The Kindergarten will be going to the fire station on Thursday at 1:00.

 

The 1st grade will be going to the Safety program on Thursday from approx. 9:30 until 1:00.

 

Next Monday night the 8th grade and parents will have a meeting about their class trip.

 

 

We will have Mass this Friday.

 

 

October is the month of the rosary, an 8th grader will say the mystery of the rosary after announcements.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Just remember, that sometimes, the way you think about a person isn’t the way they actually are.”

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today?


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 3,, 2016

There is a Confirmation parent and student meeting Wednesday night.

 

We will have Mass this Friday.

 

Happy Birthday Nick Tollefson, Nick please come to the office after announcements.

 

Welcome Mrs. Waltke in for Mrs. McCoy today.

 

Students: Mr. Bingham said he found parts of pretzels and a slice of pizza behind the doors going into the cafeteria. If you do not want to eat your food please throw it away properly.

 

Also students, there are foot marks on the heaters in the restroom, please keep your feet on the floor.

 

Congratulations to the cross country runners who all ran at the Blazer Invitational Saturday. In the girls race Isabelle Rammel finished 5th with a time of 13:48. Following are the results of the boys race. Landen Kreusch finished 9th with a time of 12:53, Wyatt Rammel finished 34th with a time of 14:13, Chris Hadden finished 42nd with a time of 14:47, Roman Dircksen finished 45th with a time of 15:00, Jacob Dircksen finished 47th with a time of 15:07, Mitchell Schmitmeyer finished 49th with a time of 15:19, and Koller Winterrowd finished 50th with a time of 15:20.

 

October is the month of the rosary, I will say the Mystery of the Rosary today, beginning tomorrow, the 8th grade will say the mysteries.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “You never know when a few sincere words can have an impact on a life.” 


Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today?


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 3,, 2016

There is a Confirmation parent and student meeting Wednesday night.

 

We will have Mass this Friday.

 

Happy Birthday Nick Tollefson, Nick please come to the office after announcements.

 

Welcome Mrs. Waltke in for Mrs. McCoy today.

 

Students: Mr. Bingham said he found parts of pretzels and a slice of pizza behind the doors going into the cafeteria. If you do not want to eat your food please throw it away properly.

 

Also students, there are foot marks on the heaters in the restroom, please keep your feet on the floor.

 

Congratulations to the cross country runners who all ran at the Blazer Invitational Saturday. In the girls race Isabelle Rammel on her finished 5th with a time of 13:44. Following are the results of the boys race. Landen Kreusch finished 10th with a time of 12:26, Wyatt Rammel finished 46th with a time of 14:11, Roman Dircksen finished 65th with a time of 14:46, Chris Hadden finished 69th with a time of 14:52, Jacob Dircksen finished 72nd with a time of 15:03, Koller Winterrowd finished 82nd with a time of 15:53 and Mitchell Schmitmeyer finished 85th with a time of 16:03.

 

October is the month of the rosary, I will say the Mystery of the Rosary today, beginning tomorrow, the 8th grade will say the mysteries.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “You never know when a momen and a few sincere words can have an impact on a life.” 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 30, 2016

From Lehman High School: Come join the fun and cheer on the Lehman Catholic High School Boys Football Team in their game against Riverside High School tonight, at Piqua Wertz Stadium.  The football game begins at 7:00 PM.  We will also be recognizing our Lehman Junior High Fall Athletic Teams at half-time of the game.  Make sure you pick up your ticket this week and join the rest of the students in cheering on the Lehman Cavaliers!  Free tickets to the game are available in the school’s office. 

Mrs. Barga will not be here today, so please clean up after yourselves in the kitchen and cafeteria. 

 

Teachers:  If someone makes coffee in the kitchen, please empty the grounds and rinse out that holder, as well as the coffee pot, cups, and spoons. 

 

Red books are needed this morning.

 

Students:  Please clean up any mess you make in the microwaves and throw away your trash after you heat up your food. Thank you.

 

Reminder, grades 5 thru 8 will receive their pretzels today.

 

Happy Birthday Sami Elam, Sami please come to the office after announcements.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Can you believe today is the last day of September already? That means Christmas is approximately 60 days away.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today?


 

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 29, 2016

From Lehman High School: Come join the fun and cheer on the Lehman Catholic High School Boys Football Team in their game against Riverside High School this Friday, September 30th, at Piqua Wertz Stadium.  The football game begins at 7:00 PM.  We will also be recognizing our Lehman Junior High Fall Athletic Teams at half-time of the game.  Make sure you pick up your ticket this week and join the rest of the students in cheering on the Lehman Cavaliers!  Free tickets to the game are available in the school’s office. 

Mrs. Barga will not be here today or tomorrow, so please clean up after yourselves in the kitchen and cafeteria. 

 

Teachers:  If someone makes coffee in the kitchen, please empty the grounds and rinse out that holder, as well as the coffee pot, cups, and spoons. 

 

Students:  Please clean up any mess you make in the microwaves and throw away your trash after you heat up your food.Thank you.

 

Mr. Hadden will meet with all students and staff members this morning after announcements for about 5 minutes.

 

I have good news and bad news. The good news is we will have pretzels today, the bad news is we only have enough for grades K thru 4. More good news grades 5 thru 8 will receive their pretzels tomorrow morning after the communion service.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “If you don’t make the time to work on creating the life you want, you’re eventually going to be forced to spend a lot of time dealing with a life you don’t want.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 28, 2016

There is a First Reconciliation Parent Meeting tonight beginning at 7:00 in the church.

The Vectron Corporation  will be doing a program here today at 12:15 in the cafeteria for Mrs. Pierri’s 3rd and 4th graders.

From Lehman High School: Come join the fun and cheer on the Lehman Catholic High School Boys Football Team in their game against Riverside High School this Friday, September 30th, at Piqua Wertz Stadium.  The football game begins at 7:00 PM.  We will also be recognizing our Lehman Junior High Fall Athletic Teams at half-time of the game.  Make sure you pick up your ticket this week and join the rest of the students in cheering on the Lehman Cavaliers!  Free tickets to the game are available in the school’s office. 

The 8th grade volleyball team defeated Piqua last evening raising their record to 9 and 4, the 7th grade was defeated they are now 10 and 3.

Congratulations to all the Cross Country runners, they all ran at the Patriot Invitational Cross Country Invitational last night. Following are their places and times: Girls: Isabelle Rammel (Greenville)finished 7th with a time of 13:44. In the boys race: Landen Kreusch (Arcanum) finished 10th with a time of 12:26, Wyatt Rammel (Greenville) finished 46th with a time of 14:11, Roman Dircksen (Mississinawa Valley) finished 65th with a time of 14:46. Chris Hadden                   (Greenville)finished 69th with a time of 14:52, Koller Winterrowd (Greenville) finished 82nd with a time of 15:53 and Mitchell Schmitmeyer (Franklin Monroe) finished 85th with a time of 14:52.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: What we think of Jesus shows in how we relate with him.

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today.


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 27, 2016

There is a First Reconciliation Parent Meeting tomorrow night beginning at 7:00 in the church.

The Vectron Corporation  will be doing a program here tomorrow at 12:15 in the cafeteria for Mrs. Pierri’s 3rd and 4th graders.

Congratulations to the Greenville 7th grade volleyball team on defeating Sidney last evening raising their record to 10 and 2, unfortunately the 8th grade was defeated their record is now 8 and 4.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY “You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks.”

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today.


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 23, 2016

We will have a communion service this morning. Redbooks are not needed.

Mr. Bingham will not be here today or Monday.

In Junior High Volleyball results: the 7th grade defeated Troy while the 8th were defeated by Troy. The 7th grade record is now 9 and 2, while the 8th grade is 8 and 3.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars. You have to let go at some point in order to move forward.”
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today.


 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 22, 2016

Mr. Hadden will not meet with all students grades 5 thru 8 this morning after announcements he had some unexpected problems last night. Hopefully, he will be able to meet with them next week.

Today is the first day of fall, enjoy all the pretty colors this time of year.

Students and teachers:  Just a reminder that the library is closed on Thursday mornings when Mr. Hadden is having computer classes.  There is no librarian so the date you check out books and the date to return them will be incorrect.  Mrs. Barga will be in the library from 12:30 to 2:20 Thursday afternoons and you may check out and return books during that time.

 

We will have a communion service tomorrow morning.

Happy birthday Mason Pierri. Mason please come to the office after announcements.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Are you a half cup full or a half cup empty person?

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today.


 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 21, 2016

Mr. Hadden will meet with all students grades 5 thru 8 tomorrow morning after announcements for approximately 5 minutes. This meeting will take place in the cafeteria.

Believe it or not but tomorrow is the first day of Autumn even though the  temperatures tomorrow may reach 90 degrees.

We will have a communion service on Friday morning.

The Greenville 7th & 8th grade volleyball teams both defeated Trotwood last night. Both of their records are now 8 wins and 2 losses.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Some people are talking about you just because their lives are boring. Don’t respond. Keep living your life.”

 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today.


 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 19, 2016

Fall pictures are today.

Happy Birthday Brooklyn Kreusch, Brooklyn please come to the office after announcements.

Congratulations to Landen Kreucsh, Landen finished 37th out of approximately 450 runners at the Friendship Invitational held at Cedarville College.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Smile pretty for your picture.
 

Remember to: Inspire somebody to do something good today.


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 16, 2016

People can still register for the Sunshine Run, the price is now $20 and you are not guaranteed a shirt. The run is tomorrow beginning at 8:30 at the park.

Fall pictures are Monday.

There is a funeral today, the luncheon will be here therefore students will need to eat in their rooms.

We will have a Communion service today instead of a Mass.

Happy Birthday Matthew Edwards, Matthew please come to the office after announcements.

Anybody who is running or walking tomorrow at the Sunshine Run, I will get your registration bag today and give it to you.

Redbooks are not needed today.

The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams both defeated West Carrolton last evening, both their records are 6 -2. The West Carrolton 8th grade team was undefeated. Congratulations to Carleigh and Carmen.

Today is dress like a Pirate Day for the 1st and 2nd graders and Mrs. Ayette.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “If you think you are too small to make a difference,
try sleeping with a mosquito.”

 

Inspire somebody to do something good today.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 15, 2016

People can still register for the Sunshine Run, the price is now $20 and you are not guaranteed a shirt. The run is Saturday.

Fall pictures are Monday.

There is a funeral Friday, the luncheon will be here therefore students will need to eat in their rooms.

We will have a Communion service Friday instead of a Mass.

Happy Birthday Landen Kreusch, Landen please come to the office after announcements.

Students: We need some corrective behavior in the restrooms. Students are climbing up the sides of the stalls, please stop also when you drop paper towels on the floor please pick them up. I know a lot of times the towels will tear off on the corner, please pick up the small corner piece. One last thing please flush your toilets and urinals. Thank you.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Did I offer peace today? Did I bring a smile to someone’s face? Did I say words of healing? Did I let go of my anger and resentment? Did I forgive?
Did I love? These are the real questions.

 

Inspire somebody to do something good today.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 14, 2016

People can still register for the Sunshine Run, the price is now $20 and you are not guaranteed a shirt. The run is Saturday.

The 8th grade will be out today.

Bus riders should be dismissed at 2:10, they will have bus evacuation drills at the high school.

Mr. Bingham will not be here today.

I will be at a meeting this morning.

Fall pictures are Monday.

There is a funeral Friday, the luncheon will be here therefore students will need to eat in their rooms.

We will have a Communion service Friday instead of a Mass.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Let there be peace on earth.

Inspire somebody to do something good today.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 13, 2016

People can still register for the Sunshine Run, the price is now $20 and you are not guaranteed a shirt. The run is Saturday.

Bus safety is today beginning at 9:15 for grades K thru 3.

Happy Birthday Mrs.  Dietz.

Mrs. Rammel will be in for Mrs. Detling thru Thursday.

Fall pictures are next Monday.

There is a funeral Friday, the luncheon will be here therefore students will need to eat in their rooms.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: God’s love stands when all else has fallen.

Inspire somebody to do something good today.


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 12, 2016

People can still register for the Sunshine Run, the price is now $20 and you are not guaranteed a shirt. The run is Saturday.

Bus safety is tomorrow beginning at 9:15 for grades K thru 3.

Keyboarding classes begin today.

Yesterday was Patriot Day, we will have a prayer service around the flag at 8:25 today.

Happy belated birthday to Lauren Wright, it was Lauren’s birthday on Saturday.

Congratulations to Roman Dircksen and Isabelle Rammel, Roman ran at Randolph Southern on Saturday and ran a 12:40 finishing 50th out of approximately 250 runners. Isabelle finished 11th at the Brookville Inv.

Happy Birthday Mrs. Waltke.

Mrs. Warren will be in for Mrs. Detling this week.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: This is our 1st five day week of the year.

Inspire somebody to do something good today.’


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 9, 2016

We have a Communion Service this morning, red books are not needed today.

People can still register for the Sunshine Run, the price is now $20 and you are not guaranteed a shirt. The run is next Saturday.

There is a funeral dinner here today, students will need to eat in their classrooms.

Today we will have bus safety for students in grades K thru 2, this should begin around 9:00.

Keyboarding classes begin Monday.

Today is Pray for Peace Day, we will say a prayer in church after Mass.

Sunday is Patriot Day, we will have a prayer service around the flag at 8:25 Monday morning.

The Greenville 7th & 8th volleyball teams both defeated Northmont last night. The 7th grade record is now 4 wins and 2 losses while the 8th grade is 5 wins and 1 loss.

Sunday is also Grandparent Day! Let your grandparents know how much you love them.

Mrs. Myers will not be here today her classes should go to the library for either AR or a study hall.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  I predict one of these days the humidity will leave and we will have a nice cool fall day.

Inspire somebody to do something good today.’


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 8, 2016

People can still register for the Sunshine Run, the price is now $20 and you are not guaranteed a shirt.

Tomorrow we will have bus safety for students in grades K thru 2, this should begin around 9:00.

Today is wear your favorite team shirt day.

We will have pretzels this morning.

Mrs. Myers is sick, therefore there will be no art classes today.

Keyboarding classes begin tomorrow.

Tomorrow is Pray for Peace Day, we will say a prayer in church tomorrow after Mass.

Sunday is Patriot Day, we will have a prayer service around the flag at 8:25 Monday morning.

Sunday is also Grandparent Day! Let your grandparents know how much you love them.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Do the best you can in every task, no matter how unimportant it may seem at the time.

Inspire somebody to do something good today.’


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 7, 2016

The registration for the Sunshine Run on Sat. Sept. 17th, needs to be turned in on today. People can still register after today but the entry fee is then $20 and you are not guaranteed a shirt.

Teachers:  We have a staff meeting after school today in the library.

Greenville City will be doing bus evacuations this afternoon at the high school so bus riders will be dismissed at 2:10 today.

Friday we will have bus safety for students in grades K thru 2, this should begin around 9:00.

The Greenville 8th grade volleyball team defeated Fairborn last night in two games, their record is now 4 and 1. The 7th grade also defeated Fairborn.

Since the NFL season begins tomorrow night, tomorrow will be jersey day, you may wear any shirt you want of your favorite team, it does not have to be a pro football team. 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Treat everybody with kindness.

Inspire somebody to do something good today.’


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 6, 2016

The registration for the Sunshine Run on Sat. Sept. 17th, needs to be turned in on Today. People can still register after today but the entry fee is then $20 and you are not guaranteed a shirt.

Teachers:  We have a staff meeting after school tomorrow.

Greenville City will be doing bus evacuations tomorrow afternoon at the high school so bus riders will be dismissed at 2:10 tomorrow.

Friday we will have bus safety for students in grades K thru 3, this should begin around 9:00.

Congratulations to Roman Dircksen, Roman ran a a 14:30 at the Treaty City Invitational on Saturday.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Don’t look back. Give up the what ifs, the couldas and shouldas. It’s wasted time you could be using to move forward and make new and exciting plans.”

 

Inspire somebody to do something good today.’


 


Sunshine 5k

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MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 2, 2016

If you ordered pizza yesterday and did not pay for it, please pay for it this morning.

There is no school on Monday due to Labor Day.

Students: Please get all papers returned that need to be returned today. Also students, the youngest in the family will now take papers home.

The registration for the Sunshine Run on Sat. Sept. 17th, needs to be turned in on Tuesday. You may turn the form and money into school. People can still register after Tuesday but the entry fee is then $20 and you are not guaranteed a shirt.

Red books are needed for Mass today.

Inspire somebody to do something good today.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it’s thinking of yourself less.” 
 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

September 1, 2016

We will have pizza on Fridays again this year, beginning with this Friday. Please pay and order your pizza on Thursdays.  Pizza and chips are $1.50, extra pizza is $1.00 a slice. If you forgot your pizza money today and know you are going to order pizza please order it today and pay tomorrow. Teachers please mark the student not paid on the order form.

Students:  Please buy your milk or juice tickets on the first day of week. Also, if you have a milk ticket please be sure you take a milk and if you have a juice ticket please be sure you take a juice or a water.

This year Mrs. Pierri has challenged all St. Mary's students - kindergarten through 8th grade - to read 2,000 books before Christmas break.  The goal is to read 500 books by September 23rd; 1,000 books by October 21st; 1,500 books by November 18th; and 2,000 books by December 30th. 

The only rules are that the books must be within your reading level and you must log in and pass the AR test so Mrs. Pierri will know how many books you have read.  There will be a reward if this goal is met, or hopefully surpassed.

Mrs. Barga wants to help you with this challenge - she has put more than 300 new books on the shelf this summer so you should be able to find some new and exciting books to read.  There is a list of these books in the library that shows where you can find them.  Everyone needs to read about 25 books each to help the whole school achieve this goal, so let's get reading!

There is no school on Monday due to Labor Day.

Students: Please get all papers returned that need to be returned by tomorrow.. Also students, the youngest in the family will now take papers home.

Students in your packet of papers yesterday was the registration for the Sunshine Run on Sat. Sept. 17th, this needs to be turned in on Tuesday. You may turn the form and money into school.

Inspire somebody to do something good today.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Only one more day this week.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

August 31, 2016

Thank you students and staff members for a wonderful first day of school.

We will have pizza on Fridays again this year, beginning with this Friday. Please pay and order your pizza on Thursdays.  Pizza and chips are $1.50, extra pizza is $1.00 a slice.

Students:  Please buy your milk or juice tickets on the first day of week. Also, if you have a milk ticket please be sure you take a milk and if  you have a juice ticket please be sure you take a juice or a water.

This year Mrs. Pierri has challenged all St. Mary's students - kindergarten through 8th grade - to read 2,000 books before Christmas break.  The goal is to read 500 books by September 23rd; 1,000 books by October 21st; 1,500 books by November 18th; and 2,000 books by December 30th. 

The only rules are that the books must be within your reading level and you must log in and pass the AR test so Mrs. Pierri will know how many books you have read.  There will be a reward if this goal is met, or hopefully surpassed.

Mrs. Barga wants to help you with this challenge - she has put more than 300 new books on the shelf this summer so you should be able to find some new and exciting books to read.  There is a list of these books in the library that shows where you can find them.  Everyone needs to read about 25 books each to help the whole school achieve this goal, so let's get reading!

There is no school on Monday due to Labor Day.

The Greenville 7th & 8th grade volleyball teams both won last night defeating Sidney. Carleigh Cox plays on the 8th grade team and Carmen Badell plays on the 7th grade team.

Students: Please get all papers returned that need to be returned by this Friday. Also students, the youngest in the family will now take papers home.

Students in your packet of papers yesterday was the registration for the Sunshine Run on Sat. Sept. 17th, this needs to be turned in next week

Inspire somebody to do something good today.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: God made us all different, be proud of who you are.

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

August 30, 2016

Welcome back Everybody!! I hope we all have a great school year.

Welcome into the building this year our two new teachers Mrs. McCoy and Mrs. Dietz.

Also, welcome into the building our new kindergarteners: Lyla Brinley,Connor Cassity, Oliver Evans, Alyssa Hadden, Elle Kayler, Jersee Randall, Lucas Shoop, Jack Winterrowd, Leliana Wolford and Callie Zwiesler. We do not have any other new students.

I will meet with students in grades 5 thru 8 this morning at 9:10 and students in grades K thru 4 at 10:40. The meetings will take place in the cafeteria.

We will have pizza on Fridays again this year, beginning with this Friday. Please pay and order your pizza on Thursdays.  Pizza and chips are $1.50, extra pizza is $1.00 a slice.

Bus riders should be dismissed at 2:15 today.

Students:  Please buy your milk or juice tickets on the first day of week. Also,if you have a milk ticket please be sure you take a milk and if  you have a juice ticket please be sure you take a juice or a water.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: I pray that we all have a fantastic school year this year.

 

 


WELCOME BACK!!

This is a reminder that our Open House is next Monday, Aug. 29th from 6:30 – 7:30PM. This year we will also have an ice cream social at the open house. I am looking forward to seeing everybody there.

The first day of school is Tuesday, August 30th. Students should not arrive before 7:25. There will be bus service.


Morning Announcements

Dear St. Mary's students, parents, staff and friends,  

 
A big THANK YOU to all for a week of unforgettable memories for our retirement. What a send off it was!
 
God bless you and be with you!
 
Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh

Morning Announcements

May 27, 2016

If any student has any of Mrs. Wall’s books please get them turned into Mrs. Waltke, Mrs. Barga or myself today. Thank you.

Today is the last day of school, please be sure you bring all your items home.

Teachers: I have plastic in my office for you to cover your book cases, etc. with.

The schedule for today will be go to Mass, have donuts, juice or milk and recognize Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh. The awards program will begin at 10:30.

Today’s lunch is hotdogs, chips and lemonade.

Teachers - there are four tubs in the library with learning games and bulletin board borders.  Please go through them and see if there is anything you can use.  Whatever is left at the end of today will be thrown out. 

Also Teachers - please either label or dispose of any foods you have in the refrigerators or freezers downstairs.  Mrs. Barga will be cleaning them all out one day next week.  If you label any foods in the lounge refrigerator/freezer, they will be moved to the kitchen on June 3 when the refrigerator is unplugged for the summer. 

Students:  Scott Beisner took many pictures on field day, they will be put on our website, parents will be able to download the pictures off the site for free.

Happy birthday Wyatt Rammel, it is Wyatt’s  birthday on Sunday. Wyatt please come to the office after announcements.

7th grade students; after the second lunch please fold the tables up and stack them in Mr. Bingham’s office. Other students please stack the chairs along the library wall.

Everybody will be dismissed at 2:28 today so we can do our countdown.

For the students who may not be returning next year, I wish you good luck in the future.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  I wish everybody a very happy summer. Stay safe and say your prayers everyday.

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


Field Day Photos - Downloadable

Click this link to view or download individual pictures.  To download a picture, click the image so the full-sized image loads, then right click the picture and choose either "Save picture as", "Save image as" etc. and save it to your pictures directory on your computer.  If you need any assistance, contact Mr. Hadden - rich.hadden@wright.edu.


Field Day Photos


Morning Announcements

May 26, 2016

If any student has any of Mrs. Wall’s books please get them turned into Mrs. Waltke, Mrs. Barga or myself today. Thank you.

Tomorrow is the last day of school, it will be a full day of school.

The schedule for tomorrow will be go to Mass, have donuts, juice or milk and recognize Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh. The awards program will begin at 10:30.

Remember there is no pizza tomorrow, we are having hotdogs, chips and lemonade.

Students:  Scott Beisner took many pictures on field day, they will be put on our website, parents will be able to get the pictures off the site for free.

Congratulations to St. Mary’s graduate Alexis Kreusch, Alexis placed 4th in the high jump at the regional track meet yesterday. With her 4th place finish Alexis qualified to jump in the state meet next week.

Happy birthday Brookelyn Schmidt, it is Brookelyn’s birthday on Saturday.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Approximately 14 hours of school left, but who is counting?

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 

 


Morning Announcements

May 25, 2016

If any student has any of Mrs. Wall’s books please get them turned into Mrs. Waltke, Mrs. Barga or myself today. Thank you.

The 8th grade clap out will happen at approximately 9:30.

Friday is the last day of school, it will be a full day of school.

The schedule for Friday will be go to Mass, have donuts, juice or milk and recognize Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh. The awards program will begin at 10:30.

Remember there is no pizza Friday, we are having hotdogs, chips and lemonade.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  We are down to the final three days.

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 

 

 


Morning Announcements

May 24, 2016

If any student has any of Mrs. Wall’s books please get them turned into Mrs. Waltke, Mrs. Barga or myself today. Thank you.

Happy birthday Faith Henry, Faith please come to the office after announcements.

Thank you student council and Mrs. Foster for hosting field.

Tonight is the 8th grade graduation beginning at 6:30 with Mass.

Tomorrow we will have the 8th grade clap out sometime in the morning.

Friday is the last day of school, it will be a full day of school.

The schedule for Friday will be go to Mass, have donuts, juice or milk and recognize Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh. After that we will have the awards program.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “We talk about miracles. What is miracle?  When the sun rises, isn’t that a miracle?  The miracle is what is going on within you.  The fact that you exist is a miracle.  This life that comes day after day is miracle.  And when you start seeing that, your life will be filled with joy.”
 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


Morning Announcements

May 23, 2016

Thank you to all the students who made the Mass for Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh wonderful.

Students with overdue library books, get them into Mrs. Barga or myself asap.

If any student has any of Mrs. Wall’s books please get them turned into Mrs. Waltke, Mrs. Barga or myself today. Thank you.

Congratulations to Jacob Maher who won the Sportsmanship Award Saturday at the soccer tournament in Troy.  On Sunday he made two back-to-back goals in the final minutes of the game and his team won 2-0.

Happy birthday Megan Johnston, Megan please come to the office after announcements.

Enjoy field day today. Thank the student council and Mrs. Foster for holding field.

Tomorrow night is the 8th grade graduation beginning at 6:30 with Mass.

Friday is the last day of school, it will be a full day of school.

There will be a short student council meeting after announcements, please go to Mrs. Foster’s room.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Have fun at field day.

HAVE A GREAT DAY!


Morning Announcements

May 23, 2016

Thank you to all the students who made the Mass for Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh wonderful.

Students with overdue library books, get them into Mrs. Barga or myself asap.

If any student has any of Mrs. Wall’s books please get them turned into Mrs. Waltke, Mrs. Barga or myself today. Thank you.

Congratulations to Jacob Maher who won the Sportsmanship Award Saturday at the soccer tournament in Troy.  On Sunday he made two back-to-back goals in the final minutes of the game and his team won 2-0.

Happy birthday Megan Johnston, Megan please come to the office after announcements.

Enjoy field day today. Thank the student council and Mrs. Foster for holding field.

Tomorrow night is the 8th grade graduation beginning at 6:30 with Mass.

Friday is the last day of school, it will be a full day of school.

There will be a short student council meeting after announcements, please go to Mrs. Foster’s room.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  hve fun at field day.

HAVE A GREAT DAY!


Morning Announcements

May 20, 2016

Anybody singing in Sunday Mass go to Mrs. Ayette’s room at 2:15 today.

All library books should be returned today.  Twenty-one books were returned to the library yesterday - 29 are still out. Do you want to participate in field day?

Redbooks are not needed for Mass today.

If you are staying for yoga club today and have not signed up with Mrs. Detling you need to sign up by 10:00 this morning.

The retirement Mass and brunch for Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh will be this Sunday. This will take place beginning with the 10:30 Mass.

Happy birthday Mrs. Holmes, it is Mrs. Holmes birthday on Sunday.

Students: At the end of the 2nd lunch period could you please move the tables and chairs to the side so Mr. Bingham can clean the floor for the brunch on Sunday.

Field Day is Monday. Gym shorts may be worn but they must be long enough. If you think a teacher or I will question them don’t wear them.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Tomorrow’s world is yours to build.

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 

 

 


Morning Announcements

May 19, 2016

There is a student council meeting today.

All books must be turned into the library by tomorrow. There are still 50 books checked out.

The retirement Mass and brunch for Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh will be this Sunday. This will take place beginning with the 10:30 Mass.

Field Day is Monday.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Self-pity gets you nowhere.

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


Morning Announcements

May 18, 2016

All books must be turned into the library by this Friday, May 20th.

Thank you to all the students who helped out with the chicken dinners.

The Student Council is sponsoring an Out of Dress Code day today. Anybody who brings in a monetary donation may be out of dress code. The money will go to paying the expenses toward field day.

The AR store will be open this afternoon beginning at 12:40 with the 8th grade students.

The retirement Mass and brunch for Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh will be this Sunday. This will take place beginning with the 10:30 Mass.

Field Day is Monday.

There is a staff meeting beginning at 2:45 today in the library.

After announcements I need to see all students in the cafeteria for a short meeting.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  O holy Heart of Jesus, dwell hidden in my heart, so that I may live only in you and only for you, so that, in the end, I may live with you eternally in heaven.

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


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May 17, 2016

The Knights of Columbus wants to thank the students for selling their tickets. A total of 250 tickets were sold. Top seller was Ben Hartzell, Ben sold 35 tickets, he will receive $50 in SCRIP There were 27 students who sold 5 or more tickets so a name was drawn and that person is Sami Elam,Sami will receive $25 in SCRIP.

All books must be turned into the library by this Friday, May 20th.

Chicken dinners are tonight.

The Student Council is sponsoring an Out of Dress Code day tomorrow. Anybody who brings in a monetary donation may be out of dress code. The money will go to paying the expenses toward field day.

Welcome into the building Mrs. Holmes for Mrs. Foster this morning.

The AR store will be open tomorrow afternoon.

The retirement Mass and brunch for Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh will be this Sunday. This will take place beginning with the 10:30 Mass.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Follow the three R’s: Respect for self, respect for others,
and responsibility for all your actions.”

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


Morning Announcements

May 16, 2016

Welcome back 8th grade.

All books must be turned into the library by Friday, May 20th.

Today at 11:15 we will have a prayer service for Pentecost. This will take place in the cafeteria.

Chicken dinners are tomorrow night.

The Student Council is sponsoring an Out of Dress Code day on Wednesday. Anybody who brings in a monetary donation may be out of dress code. The money will go to paying the expenses toward field day.

The AR store will be open on Wednesday afternoon.

The retirement Mass and brunch for Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Harsh will be this Sunday. This will take place beginning with the 10:30 Mass.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “Life is a dance between making it happen and letting it happen.”
 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


Morning Announcements

May 13, 2016

Thank you 7th grade for watching the students yesterday while the teachers ate their lunch. Thank you students for behaving so well.

Today is the last day to check out books from the library. All books must be turned in by Friday, May 20th. If you are one of the students who has a book overdue please get it in.

Monday at 11:15 we will have a prayer service for Pentecost. This will take place in the cafeteria.

Students grades 4 thru 8 after you are finished eating today please move your table and chairs to the side so Mr. Bingham can clean the floor.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “You either get bitter or you get better. It’s that simple.
You either take what has been dealt to you and allow it to make you a better person,
or you allow it to tear you down. The choice does not belong to fate,
it belongs to you.”

HAVE A GREAT DAY!


Morning Announcements

May 12, 2016

Rosary Club will meet today after school.

The staff will have a luncheon today beginning at 11:40. Lunch will begin at that time. 7th graders will be in charge of the students eating lunch.

Friday is the last day to check out books from the library. All books must be turned in by Friday, May 20th. If you are one of the students who has a book overdue please get it in.

A Thought for Mary: The mystery of Mary helps us to see that in order to approach God, we must become little. Christ said to his disciples: ‘Be­lieve me, unless you become like little children again, you shall not enter the kingdom of heaven.' 

"To become children, we must renounce our pride and self-suf­ficiency, recognizing that we can do nothing by ourselves. We must realize that we need grace and the help of God our Father to find our way and keep to it.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Love should show itself in deeds more than in words.

HAVE A GREAT DAY!


Morning Announcements

May 11, 2016

The 5th & 6th grade will go to the Health Fair today and the 3rd & 4th grade will go to the Garst Museum today. Both groups will ride the same bus. The bus is leaving at 12:00.

Rosary Club will meet tomorrow after school.

The teachers and staff will have a luncheon tomorrow beginning at 11:40. Lunch will begin at that time.

Friday is the last day to check out books from the library. All books must be turned in by Friday, May 20th. If you are one of the students who has a book overdue please get it in. some are overdue since February.

Happy Birthday Erin Winner, Erin please come to the office after announcements.

A Thought for Mary: MARY: WELCOMING THE MAGI

"‘Going into the house, they saw the child with Mary, his mother. Our Lady is always near her Son. The Magi are not received by a king on a high throne, but by a child in the arms of his mother. Let us ask the Mother of God, who is our mother, to pre­pare for us the way that leads to the fullness of love .... Her sweet heart knows the surest path for finding Christ." 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Love consists in sharing what one has and what one is with those one loves.
 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!


Morning Announcements

May 10, 2016

If you still have your chicken dinner money or unsold tickets get them turned into Mrs. Detling this morning.

7th grade students who participated in spring sports have their awards program this morning at 8:00 at Memorial Hall.

The 5th & 6th grade will go to the Health Fair tomorrow and the 3rd & 4th grade will go to the Garst Museum tomorrow. Both groups will ride the same bus. The bus is leaving at 12:15.

Rosary Club will meet Thursday after school.

The 8th grade left on their trip tomorrow morning, pray that they have a safe trip.

The teachers and staff will have a luncheon on Thursday beginning at 11:40. Lunch will begin at that time.

Friday is the last day to check out books from the library. All books must be turned in by Friday, May 20th. If you are one of the students who has a book overdue please get it in. some are overdue since February.

Happy Birthday Isabelle Rammel, Isabelle please come to the office after announcements.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: The reason opportunity is often missed is that it usually comes disguised as hard work.”

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!


Morning Announcements

May 9, 2016

I need to see all the students and staff grades 5 thru 8 after announcements in the cafeteria.

Chicken dinner money and unsold tickets were due Friday, If you still have yours please get them in today. The kindergarteners and the 4th grade had everything turned in so they will get a treat.

The 5th & 6th grade will go to the Health Fair on Wed. and the 3rd & 4th grade will go to the Garst Museum on Wed. Both groups will ride the same bus. The bus is leaving at 12:15.

Rosary Club will meet Thursday after school.

Congratulations to Megan Johnston and her Junior High softball team, they won the GWOC softball tournament over the weekend.

The 8th grade leave on their trip tomorrow morning, have a safe and wonderful trip.

The teachers and staff will have a luncheon on Thursday beginning at 11:40.

Friday is the last day to check out books from the library.

Happy Birthday Chloe Deubner, Chloe please come to the office after announcements.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Wake up every morning with a thankful attitude.
Expect something good to happen in your life today.”

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!


Morning Announcements

May 5, 2016

Please get your K of C money and unsold tickets turned in, they are due in Friday.

Chicken dinner money and unsold tickets are due in Friday.

Teachers and students: Tomorrow is National Day of Prayer, we will go to City Building for the ceremony. We will leave here at 11:50, lunch will begin at 11:05. The forecast calls for scattered showers tomorrow, if it is storming or raining hard we will not go and lunch will be at its regular time. It will be a last minute decision.

Student Council meeting on Friday at lunch.

Teachers: We have a staff meeting today after school in the library.

We have extra yearbooks on sale for $11.

The St. Mary’s Glory Youth Group is doing a service project of the House of Hope, a home for troubled teen girls. They are asking for books for young adults and kitchen items. There is a flyer on the bulletin board by the drinking fountain that list what  type of kitchen items they need. Collection of these items will go on until Friday.

Thought for the Blessed Virgin Mary: MARY 'S FAMILY: THE TRINITY ON EARTH

"It is only natural that the Church rejoice as one contemplates the modest home of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. We read in the hymn from Matins on the feast of the Holy Family: ‘It is pleasing to recall the humble house of Nazareth and its slender resources. It is pleas­ing to tell again in song Jesus' hidden life.

Jesus grows up in hid­den seclusion, to be trained in Joseph's unpretentious trade. The loving mother sits beside her dear Son, the good wife by her husband, content if her loving attention can ease and comfort them in their weariness.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference and you have to decide
what kind of a difference you want to make.” 


 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


Morning Announcements

May 3, 2016

Congratulations to the following three teachers. These 3 teachers have received certificates from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati for their years of service. Mrs. Henry for 30 years of service, Mrs. Ayette for 20 years of service and Mrs. Blocher for 10 years of service.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Please get your K of C money and unsold tickets turned in as soon as possible. They are due in no later than Friday.

Chicken dinner money and unsold tickets are due in Friday.

Teachers and students: Thursday is National Day of Prayer, we will go to City Building for the ceremony. We will leave here at 11:50, lunch will begin at 11:05. You must be in school uniform on Thursday, you may wear Spirit Wear tomorrow.

Teachers: We have a staff meeting tomorrow after school.

We have extra yearbooks on sale for $11.

The St. Mary’s Glory Youth Group is doing a service project of the House of Hope, a home for troubled teen girls. They are asking for books for young adults and kitchen items. There is a flyer on the bulletin board by the drinking fountain that list what  type of kitchen items they need. Collection of these items will go on until Friday.

 May is the Month of Mary so throughout May I will have a short prayer for Mary."Through the Incarnation of our Lord in her immaculate womb, Mary, the Daughter of God the Father, is also the Spouse of God the Holy Spirit and the Mother of God the Son." When we say our prayer at the beginning of class please say the Hail Mary for the rest of the month.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “If we could look into each other’s hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us face, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care.”

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!


Morning Announcements

May 2, 2016

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Please get your K of C money and unsold tickets turned in as soon as possible. They are due in no later than Friday.

Chicken dinner money and unsold tickets are due in Friday.

Teachers: We have a staff meeting Wednesday after school.

We have extra yearbooks on sale for $11.

The St. Mary’s Glory Youth Group is doing a service project of the House of Hope, a home for troubled teen girls. They are asking for books for young adults and kitchen items. There is a flyer on the bulletin board by the drinking fountain that list what  type of kitchen items they need. Collection of these items will go on until Friday.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: We may have knowledge of the past but cannot control it;
we may control the future but have no knowledge of it.”

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 

 


Morning Announcements

Friday, April 29, 2016

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Please get your K of C money and unsold tickets turned in as soon as possible. They are due in no later than next Friday.

Chicken dinner money and unsold tickets are due in next Friday.

The money and unsold tickets for the Humane Society are due in this morning. The drawing is tonight.

Grades 5 thru 8 will be going to the Civil War reenactment today at Shawnee Prarie, leaving at 11:20 and arriving back at the end of the day.

Due to the field trip today grades 5 thru 8 will eat at 11:00 and grades K thru 4 will eat at 11:25.

Mr. Bingham will not be here today.

If anybody needs to order a DVD from the musical let Mrs. Detling know this morning. The price is $10.

We have extra yearbooks on sale for $11.

The St. Mary’s Glory Youth Group is doing a service project of the House of Hope, a home for troubled teen girls. They are asking for books for young adults and kitchen items. There is a flyer on the bulletin board by the drinking fountain that list what  type of kitchen items they need. Collection of these items will go on until May 8th.

Happy Birthday Lydia Beisner, it is Lydia’s birthday on Sunday. Lydia please come to the office after announcements.

Redbooks are needed for Mass today.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: I give you a new commandment, love one another.

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 

 


Morning Announcements

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Happy Administrative Day  to Mrs. Detling today.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible.

Reminder, we are on the regular schedule today, we will no longer be on a Wednesday schedule for the rest of the year.

Students: you received tickets for the chicken dinner and some students received tickets from the Humane Society. Please try to sell all the tickets you received and get the money in as soon as possible. If you cannot sell them please get the unsold tickets in.

The library is now open to check out and return books, and to take AR tests.  Mrs. Waltke and Mrs. Barga will be here to help if needed.  The last day to check out books this school year will be Friday, May 13th.  All books must be returned by Friday, May 20th. Some students still have books out that were due in February and March. Please get these in asap.

Teachers: We will watch the Teach, Lead and Serve after school today.

The 7th & 8th graders will be at Johnston Farms today leaving at 9:15 and arriving back at 2:15.

Grades 5 thru 8 will be going to the Civil War reenactment on Friday at Shawnee Prarie, leaving at 11:20 and arriving back at the end of the day.

The St. Mary’s Glory Youth Group is doing a service project of the House of Hope, a home for troubled teen girls. They are asking for books for young adults and kitchen items. There is a flyer on the bulletin board by the drinking fountain that list what  type of kitchen items they need. Collection of these items will go on until May 8th.

Happy Birthday Mrs. Myers.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Apologizing doesn’t always mean you’re wrong and the other person is right. It just means you value your relationship more than your ego.”
 


Morning Announcements

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Thank you to everyone who made the Spring Spectauclar a huge success.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible.

We will no longer be on a Wednesday schedule on Wednesdays, Monday thru Thursday will be all the same.

Students: you received tickets for the chicken dinner and some students received tickets from the Humane Society. Please try to sell all the tickets you received and get them in as soon as possible.

Please stay out of the library until it is cleaned up.

Teachers:  I have a meeting this morning so I will need somebody for lunch duty. Thank you.

The 7th & 8th graders will be at Johnston Farms tomorrow leaving at 9:15 and arriving back at 2:15.

Grades 5 thru 8 will be going to the Civil War reenactment on Friday at Shawnee Prarie, leaving at 11:20 and arriving back at the end of the day.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: There isn’t any map on the road to success; you have to find your own way.

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 

 


Morning Announcements

Monday, April 25, 2016

Thank you to everyone who made the auction a huge success.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible.

Grades 5 thru 8 have art this morning, it may not last the entire period, however we are on a Wednesday schedule. If Mrs. Myers is finished with the students before 1st period we will just have an extended first period.

Students: you received tickets for the chicken dinner and some students received tickets from the Humane Society. Please try to sell all the tickets you received and get them in as soon as possible.

The library is set up for the spring spectacular, therefore the library will be closed today and some of tomorrow morning, AR will be in the cafeteria and Mrs. Barga will also be in the cafeteria to collect any books that need turned in.

The Spring Spectacular is tonight beginning at 6:30 at church. Students who are singing tonight should meet at school at 6:15. Mrs. Ayette’s group should meet by the restrooms.

The 7th & 8th graders will be at Johnston Farms on Wednesday leaving at 9:15 and arriving back at 2:15.

Grades 5 thru 8 will be going to the Civil War reenactment on Friday at Shawnee Prarie, leaving at 11:20 and arriving back at the end of the day.

 In track action over the weekend at the Greenville Invitational Isabelle Rammel finished 3rd in the 1600 meter run and 4th in the 800 meter run. These are both Personal records for Isabelle. The team finished in 3rd place

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “You have two hands. One to help yourself, the second to help others.”
 

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 

 


Morning Announcements

Friday,  April 22, 2016

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

If you have your money or unsold auction dinner tickets please get them turned into the office. This needs to be turned in.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible. The K of C’s have donated the money for the new basketball backboard.

Students: you received tickets for the chicken dinner and some students received tickets from the Humane Society. Please try to sell all the tickets you received.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. McCoy for Mrs. Henry.

There is no Yoga Club today.

The school auction/dinner is tomorrow night.

The library will be set up for the spring spectacular beginning today, therefore the library will be closed thru Monday,. If you have any books to return you may turn them in at table by the restroom. Just put them on the table.

Today is Earth Day, let’s all of us protect the environment.

The Spring Spectacular is Monday night beginning at 6:30 at church.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: The door to the human heart can only be opened from the inside.

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday,  April 21, 2016

Welcome into the building today the NET Ministries Retreat team. They will be with the junior high students all day.

I also forgot to welcome Mrs. Detling back to work yesterday. Welcome back Mrs. Detling.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

If you have your money or unsold auction dinner tickets please get them turned into the office. This needs to be turned in.

Boys:  Whomever decided to write on the bathroom stall please no more. There is no sense to that.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible. The K of C’s have donated the money for the new basketball backboard.

Students: you received tickets for the chicken dinner and some students received tickets from the Humane Society. Please try to sell all the tickets you received.

Teachers:  Mrs. Henry is not here today, if anybody can help sub in the kindergarten classroom please let me know.

The 7th and 8th grade have their retreat here all day today in the cafeteria, please be quiet in the cafeteria area.

Rosary Club will meet today after school.

In track results yesterday, Isabelle Rammel won the 1600 meter run and finished 2nd in the 800 meter run. Greenville won the meet defeating both Trotwood and Baker.

There is no Yoga Club tomorrow.

The school auction/dinner is this Saturday night.

Mr. Blocher will have music class this morning 1st period, it will not last the entire period, probably a ½ hour at the longest.

The library will be set up for the spring spectacular beginning today, therefore the library will be closed Thursday thru Monday, possibly Tuesday. If you have any books to return you may turn them in at table by the restroom. Just put them on the table.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Surround yourself with the dreamers and the doers, the believers and thinkers, but most of all, surround yourself with those who see the greatness within you, even when you don’t see it yourself.”
 

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

If you have your money or unsold auction dinner tickets please get them turned into the office. This needs to be turned in.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible. The K of C’s have donated the money for the new basketball backboard.

There is art class this morning the first period.

Students: Yesterday you received tickets for the chicken dinner and some students received tickets from the Humane Society. Please try to sell all the tickets you received.

The 3rd and 4th grade will have their retreat here this morning from 8:00 to 11:15 in the cafeteria. Art classes please talk quietly.

The 7th and 8th grade will have their retreat here all day tomorrow in the cafeteria.

Staff members: We will watch the Teach Lead and Serve video today after school.

Rosary Club will meet tomorrow after school.

There is no Yoga Club after school on Friday.

The school auction/dinner is this Saturday night.

Mr. Blocher will have music class tomorrow morning 1st period, it will not last the entire period, probably a ½ hour at the longest.

The library will be set up for the spring spectacular beginning Thursday, therefore the library will be closed Thursday thru Monday, possibly Tuesday.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: "I wanted to know the name of every stone and flower and insect and bird and beast. I wanted to know where it got its color, where it got its life - but there was no one to tell me.”

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

If you have your money or unsold auction dinner tickets please get them turned into the office. This needs to be turned in.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible. The K of C’s have donated the money for the new basketball backboard.

The 5th and 6th grade will go to Maria Stein Retreat Center today for their retreat. They are leaving at 8:15.

The 3rd and 4th grade will have their retreat here tomorrow morning from 8:00 to 11:15 in the cafeteria.

The 7th and 8th grade will have their retreat here all day Thursday in the cafeteria.

Staff members: We will watch the Teach Lead and Serve video tomorrow after school.

Rosary Club will meet Thursday after school.

The school auction/dinner is this Saturday night.

The library will be set up for the spring spectacular beginning Thursday, therefore the library will be closed Thursday thru Monday, possibly Tuesday.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: The aim of education is to enable people to continue their learning.

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, April 18, 2016

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Students:  If your parents gave you the paper on NET Ministries for having the ministers stay at your house please get it into me this morning.

If you have your money or unsold auction dinner tickets please get them turned into the office. This needs to be turned in.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible. The K of C’s have donated the money for the new basketball backboard.

The 5th and 6th grade will go to Maria Stein Retreat Center tomorrow for their retreat.

The 3rd and 4th grade will have their retreat here on Wednesday morning from 8:00 to 11:15 in the cafeteria.

The 7th and 8th grade will have their retreat here all day Thursday in the cafeteria.

Staff members: We will watch the Teach Lead and Serve video Wednesday after school.

Rosary Club will meet Thursday after school.

The school auction/dinner is this Saturday night.

We will have art 1st period today and 1st period on Wednesday. We are on the Wednesday schedule both days.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: To see God in everything makes life the greatest adventure there is.

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, April 15, 2016

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Students:  If your parents gave you the paper on NET Ministries for having the ministers stay at your house please get it into me this morning.

If you have your money or unsold auction dinner tickets please get them turned into the office. This needs to be turned in.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible. The K of C’s have donated the money for the new basketball backboard.

Staff members: We will watch the Teach Lead and Serve video next Wednesday after school.

Any student in grades 6, 7 or 8 who will be going out for a sport next year for Greenville Junior High or High School if you have not gotten the information on sports physicals see me today.

We will have the Math – A – thon assembly in the cafeteria this afternoon. Teachers and students from grades 1 through 8 should report to the cafeteria at 2:05.

Happy birthday Kary Tollefson and Mrs. Harsh. It is Kary’s birthday today and Mrs. Harsh’s birthday tomorrow. Kary  please come to the office after announcements.

Redbooks are needed for Mass this morning.

In track action yesterday, Landen Kreusch finished 2nd in the 1600 meter run with a time of 5:45.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: A minute of thought is worth more than an hour of talk.

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday April 14, 2016

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

If you have your money or unsold auction dinner tickets please get them turned into the office.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible. The K of C’s have donated the money for the new basketball backboard.

Staff members: We will watch the Teach Lead and Serve video next Wednesday after school.

Any student in grades 6, 7 or 8 who will be going out for a sport next year for Greenville Junior High or High School see me today if you did not see me yesterday.

We will have the Math – A – thon assembly in the cafeteria tomorrow afternoon. Teachers and students from grades 1 through 8 should report to the cafeteria at 2:05.

In track action last night, the Greenville Junior High girls team defeated both Vandalia and Stebbins. Isabelle Rammel finished first in both the 1600 meter run and the 800 meter run. Congratulations Isabelle!

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Enjoy the great weather we are going to have through the weekend.

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


The Tom & Etta Mae Foley Memorial Dinner & St. Mary's School Auction is approaching quickly!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday , April 13, 2016

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Auction dinner tickets must be turned in today.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible. The K of C’s have donated the money for the new basketball backboard.

Staff members: We will watch the Teach Lead and Serve video next Wednesday after school.

Any student in grades 6, 7 or 8 who will be going out for a sport next year for Greenville Junior High or High School see me today.

Art class will be this morning.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: God never closes one door without opening another.

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday , April 12, 2016

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Auction dinner tickets must be turned in no later than tomorrow.

Please get your K of C tickets turned in as soon as possible. The K of C’s have donated the money for the new basketball backboard.

Happy birthday to  Chace Drew.  Chace please come to the office after announcements.

Over 50 new books were donated to the library last week and are now ready to be checked out.  There is a list posted on the lockers in the library.

Today is Beverly Cleary's 100th birthday.  Some of you have read the books she wrote about Ramona Quimby, Henry Huggins, and others.  There are several copies of her books in the library. 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Don’t stress about the closed doors behind you. New doors are opening every moment and you will see them if you keep moving forward.”
 

 

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, , April 11, 2016

Congratulations to Mr. Blocher and the students in the musical, although I was not present I was told it was a wonderful performance.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Auction dinner tickets must be turned in no later than this Wednesday

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Henry.

Mr. Blocher wants to meet with the students for part of the first period this morning. After the meeting  Mr. Capasso needs the 8th graders and a few of the 7th graders.

Happy birthday to  Anne Gibson, Logan Witwer and Mrs. Hadden, their birthdays were yesterday. Anne and Logan please come to the office after announcements.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: It takes both rain and sunshine to build a rainbow.

 

Have a Great Day!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Students: This is also a reminder to sell your K of C tickets. The school receives $2.40 for every ticket sold.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Auction dinner tickets must be turned in no later than Wed. April 13th.

. Practice for the musical will be at Memorial Hall this  morning from 8 until 11:25.

Teachers: we have a staff meeting today after school.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Henry.

Happy Birthday Carlos Badell, Carlos please come to the office after announcements.

Congratulations to Landen Kreusch, At the Arcanum Junior High  track meet last night Landen finished 4th in the 1600 run with a time of 5:50 and the 4 X 200 relay team he ran on finished 3rd.

Students: We will be inside tomorrow, Thursday and Friday morning before school.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Habit is a person’s best friend or worst enemy.

 

Have a Great Day!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, April 4, 2016

Students: This is also a reminder to sell your K of C tickets. The school receives $2.40 for every ticket sold.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Auction dinner tickets must be turned in no later than Wed. April 13th.

We will go to Mass this morning, after Mass we will have doughnuts and juice/milk.

Music is the last period today.

Teachers and students remember we will have the special schedule this week. Practice tomorrow morning is from 8 until 11:25 at Memorial Hall.

In Junior High Track action last Friday the Greenville girls defeated Miamisburt 60 – 53. Isabelle Rammel placed 2nd in both the 1600 Meter run and the 400 Meter dash.

Teachers: we have a staff meeting tomorrow after school.

Redbooks are not needed today.

Mrs. Wall and Mrs. Henry are sick today, no subs.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “No matter who you are, no matter what you did, no matter where you’ve come from, you can always change, become a better version of yourself.”
 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, April 1, 2016

Students: This is also a reminder to sell your K of C tickets. The school receives $2.40 for every ticket sold.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Kindergarten screening is today.

Students: One member of each family received the auction dinner tickets Tuesday, please get them sold. They must be turned in by Wed. April 13th.

Monday is the day the church is celebrating the Annunciation of the Lord so we will go to Mass, music for grades 4 through 8 will be after Mass, then the doughnuts and juice/milk.

Teachers remember we have a special schedule next week, please review it with your students.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: The only time you can fail is the last time you try.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, March 31, 2016

Teachers please have grades finished no later than noon today.

Students: This is also a reminder to sell your K of C tickets. The school receives $2.40 for every ticket sold.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Kindergarten screening is tomorrow. Kindergarten you do not have school tomorrow.

Students: One member of each family received the auction dinner tickets Tuesday, please get them sold. They must be turned in by Wed. April 13th.

Monday is the day the church is celebrating the Annunciation of the Lord so we will go to Mass, music for grades 4 through 8 will be after Mass, then the doughnuts and juice/milk.

Teachers remember we have a special schedule next week, please review it with your students.

Mrs. Detling’s surgery went well yesterday, she thanks you for all your prayers.

Congratulations to Isabelle Rammel. Isabelle finished 2nd in the 1600 meter run and 4th in the 800 meter run at the Greenville Junior High track meet last night. Greenville finished 2nd  five points behind Piqua. There were  4 teams in the meet.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: A mistake is evidence that someone has tried to do something.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Teachers please have grades finished no later than tomorrow at noon.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Henry.

Today the Student Council is sponsoring Color Day. If you participate please bring a donation in.

Students: This is also a reminder to sell your K of C tickets. The school receives $2.40 for every ticket sold.

The 3rd & 4th grade have their food drive and clothing drive going on right now, please be generous.

Kindergarten screening is this Friday. Kindergarten you do not have school on Friday.

Students: One member of each family received the auction dinner tickets yesterday, please get them sold. They must be turned in by Wed. April 13th.

Monday is the day the church is celebrating the Annunciation of the Lord so we will go to Mass, after Mass we will have doughnuts and juice/milk.

Teachers remember we have a special schedule next week, please review it with your students.

Mrs. Detling is having surgery today at noon, So I am asking teachers and students to pray for at that time. So teachers please  lead your class in a Hail Mary for Mrs. Detling when the students come back from lunch/recess.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: God is merciful, are you?

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

I hope all of you had a great Easter vacation.

Teachers please have grades finished no later than Thursday at noon.

We will skip 4th period today.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Rammel in the library.

Tomorrow the Student Council is sponsoring Color Day. If you participate please bring a donation in.

Mrs. Barga and Mrs. Myers will not be in today, so there will be no keyboarding or art classes.

Students: This is also a reminder to sell your K of C tickets. The school receives $2.40 for every ticket sold.

Kindergarten screening is this Friday. Kindergarten you do not have school on Friday.

Students: One member of each family will receive the auction dinner tickets today, please get them sold. They must be turned in by Wed. April 13th.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: If I counted right there are 43 days of school left. Let’s stay on task.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Today is Holy Thursday, today’s activity is Venration of the Cross. This will take place at 11:00 in Church. All classes should leave for church no later than 10:55.

Holy Thursday Mass is tonight beginning at 7:00, Good Friday services begin at 1:00 and the Easter Vigil begins at 7:00 on Saturday night. Please try to get to these services.

Today is the last day of the 3rd quarter.

Teachers please have grades finished no later than next Thursday at noon.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Wall.

Next Wednesday the Student Council is sponsoring Color Day.

Mrs. Barga will not be in today.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: I wish you and your family a Very Blessed and Happy Easter!

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

This is Holy Week, today’s Holy Week activity is the Remembering the Last Supper. After music class an 8th grader will come to your room and lead the prayer.

Holy Thursday Mass is at 7:00 tomorrow night, Good Friday services begin at 1:00 and the Easter Vigil begins at 7:00 on Saturday night. Please try to get to these services.

Good Friday is this Friday therefore there is no school, also no school next Monday, Easter Monday.

Today the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) will furnish pizza for the students who wrote essays.

The end of the 3rd quarter is tomorrow.

If any student wants a winter neck scarf please see Mr. Rosenbeck this week.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Please pray for the end of terrorism and for the people in Brussels who were killed or injured.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

This is Holy Week, today’s Holy Week activity is the Washing of the Feet. After music class all students & staff will report to the cafeteria and have their feet washed.

Good Friday is this Friday therefore there is no school, also no school next Monday, Easter Monday.

Tomorrow the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) will furnish pizza for the students who wrote essays.

The end of the 3rd quarter is this Thursday.

Thank you Mrs. Masso-Rivetti for getting all the Easter Week activities together.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: During this Holy Week remember what Jesus did for us.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

This is Holy Week, today’s Holy Week activity is the Washing of the Feet. After music class all students & staff will report to the cafeteria and have their feet washed.

Good Friday is this Friday therefore there is no school, also no school next Monday, Easter Monday.

Tomorrow the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) will furnish pizza for the students who wrote essays.

The end of the 3rd quarter is this Thursday.

Thank you Mrs. Masso-Rivetti for getting all the Easter Week activities together.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: During this Holy Week remember what Jesus did for us.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, March 21, 2016

Congratulations to the students who made their 1st Holy Communion on Saturday morning.

Sometime after music this morning we will have doughnuts, juice and milk.

The following students will practice the dressing of the table at 1:30 this afternoon: Carlos Badell, Landon Kreusch, Chris Hadden, Wyatt Rammel, Mariah Kreusch, Carmen Badell, and Isabel Rammel.

This is Holy Week, tomorrow’s Holy Week activity is the Washing of the Feet. After music class all students & staff will report to the cafeteria and have their feet washed.

Good Friday is this Friday therefore there is no school.

If you did not know the 1st day of spring was yesterday so spring is HERE!!

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY

 


First Communicants

St. Mary's School would like to congratulate our First Communicants who made their First Holy Communion this past Saturday!  Please take a moment to wish them Congratulations!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, March 18, 2016

1st Holy Communion is tomorrow. Mass is at 10:30. Congratulations to the students who are making their 1st Communion.

The Stations will be at 1:45 today.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Hadden for Mrs. Blocher. Also, Mr. Bingham is not here today.

Red books are not needed for Mass today.

The upper grade students who  are singing at the 1st Communion Mass tomorrow should meet with Mrs. Ayette at 1:00 today.

Students: At recess time the only games you are allowed to play with a ball or kick ball or 4 square. No kicking the balls randomly.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: You’ll miss the best things if you keep your eyes shut.”

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

1st Holy Communion is this Saturday. Mass is at 10:30.

Rosary Club meets after school today.

Mr. Hadden is sick so he will not be in today.

Happy Birthday Lauren Schmitmeyer and Kelton Evans. Lauren and Kelton please come to the office.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Why fit in when you were born to stand out?”

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

1st Holy Communion is this Saturday. Mass is at 10:30.

Rosary Club meets after school today.

Mr. Hadden is sick so he will not be in today.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Why fit in when you were born to stand out?”

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day, therefore you may wear green for  St. Patrick’s day.

Grades 4 thru 8 will have music today.

1st Holy Communion is this Saturday. Mass at 10:30.

Staff members: We will meet after school today for Teach, Lead and Serve.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there.”
 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, March 14, 2016

The 5th grade will continue their IOWA test today after Music in the Library.

Thursday is St. Patrick’s Day, therefore you may wear St. Patrick’s clothing.

Grades 4 thru 8 will have music today, tomorrow and Wednesday. We will skip 2nd period tomorrow.

1st Holy Communion is this Saturday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself, any direction you choose.”

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, March 11, 2016

The IOWA test continue today. We will begin testing after church. We will follow the testing schedule today not the Friday schedule.

Redbooks are not needed today.

The book fair continues today and will be after all the Masses and during the St. Patrick’s Day breakfast.

The annual St. Partick’s Day breakfast is this Sunday morning.

The Jesus Day Retreat for 2nd graders is from 9 to 12.

Happy Birthday Kali Meyers, Kali please come to the office after announcements.

Daylight Savings Time begins this weekend. Be sure to turn your clocks ahead one hour. “Spring Forward”, this means you lose an hour of sleep Saturday night.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Kid, you’ll move mountains! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So get on your way!”
 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, March 10, 2016

The IOWA test continue today, Students, please do your best on the test.

The Junior High students in Mr. Hadden’s computer class will have pizza for lunch today.

The book fair continues through the rest of the week.

The annual St. Partick’s Day breakfast is this Sunday morning.

The Jesus Retreat for 2nd graders will be this Saturday morning from 9 to 12.

Students: You were given the K of C tickets to sell. The school receives $2.40 on every ticket sold. The student who sells the most tickets will receive 20 cents per ticket sold by the school, so if the school sells 500 tickets, the winner would receive $100.00. There will be a drawing for the second prize of 10 cents per ticket sold by the school. All the students (except the top seller) selling at least 5 tickets will be included in the drawing. If the school can sell 500 tickets or more, the Knights will pay for a student/staff pizza party as a thank you for your help. Please go out and sell the tickets. If all students sold the 10 tickets they received the school would receive $2,064.00. The final turn in is Friday, May 6th. Have people make checks payable to Greenville Council 1796. The drawing will be held on Sat. May 21st.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “A goal without a plan is just a wish.”
 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

The IOWA test continue today, Students, please do your best on the test.

Spring pictures are this morning beginning g at 9:00. We will work testing around the pictures.

Happy Birthday  Mariah Brunswick. Mariah please come to the office after announcements.

The Junior High students in Mr. Hadden’s computer class will have pizza for lunch tomorrow.

Students and teachers: We have been asked to pray for John Floyd a former student of St. Mary’s .  John is very ill and in the hospital.

The book fair continues through the rest of the week.

Students: You were given the K of C tickets to sell. The school receives $2.40 on every ticket sold. The student who sells the most tickets will receive 20 cents per ticket sold by the school, so if the school sells 500 tickets, the winner would receive $100.00. There will be a drawing for the second prize of 10 cents per ticket sold by the school. All the students (except the top seller) selling at least 5 tickets will be included in the drawing. If the school can sell 500 tickets or more, the Knights will pay for a student/staff pizza party as a thank you for your help. Please go out and sell the tickets. If all students sold the 10 tickets they received the school would receive $2,064.00. The final turn in is Friday, May 6th. Have people make checks payable to Greenville Council 1796. The drawing will be held on Sat. May 21st.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Smile pretty for the pictures today.”
 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

The IOWA test continue today for the 1st and 2nd grades, please try to be here all week for the test. Students, please do your best on the test. Grades 3 thru 8 will continue your test tomorrow.

The Northern Area Mass is today at Sidney Holy Angels. School uniform required, however no shorts. The bus will leave at 9:00. The students going to Mass will eat when we get back which should be around noon.

Spring pictures are tomorrow morning beginning g at 9:00. We will work testing around the pictures.

Music will be this morning until approximately 8:45.

Happy Birthday  JR Enicks and Mrs. Henry. JR please come to the office after announcements

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “You learn something out of everything, and you come to realize more than ever that we’re all here for a certain space of time, and then it’s going to be over,
and you better make this count.”

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, March 7, 2016

The IOWA test begin for all grades today, please try to be here all week for the test. Students, please do your best on the test.

The Northern Area Mass is tomorrow at Sidney Holy Angels. School uniform required, however no shorts.

Spring pictures are Wednesday morning beginning g at 9:00. We will work testing around the pictures.

Music will be tomorrow morning until approximately 8:45.

Congratulations to Mariah and Brooklyn Kreusch, the Twisters All Stars cheerleading team which they are a part of took first place at the Arnold Classic and received a bid to compete at the Nationals. The Nationals will be in either in Chicago, Pittsburgh, Orlando or New Orleans.

Congratulations to Kelly Witwer and Minaxi Pandey, their basketball team finished 2nd in the 5th grade basketball tournament.

Congratulations to Carmen Badell on receiving the 4-H County Achievement Medal for clothing and textiles project.

 

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Do your best on the IOWA tests.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

 Fr. Larson  will be here today to speak to the classes.

Teachers:  We will have a meeting after school today.

The turkey hunt applications are due in by March 9th.

The date stamp is missing from the library, if anybody knows where it is please get it back to the library.

Students:  Please remember to turn in your cancellation/delay paper no later than tomorrow.

Mr. Caldwell will be here for Mr. Lantz today and Thursday.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: When a flower doesn’t bloom you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower.”
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, February 29, 2016

Congratulations to the following students who participated in the District Science Fair Saturday at Edison State Community College:  Carson Pope, Luke F. Rammel, Justin Hadden, Carmen Badell and Carleigh Cox.

Grades 5 thru 8 will go to confessions this morning beginning at 9:00.

Teachers:  We will have a meeting after school tomorrow.

The turkey hunt applications are due in by March 9th.

The date stamp is missing from the library, if anybody knows where it is please get it back to the library.

The following students need to see Mrs. Pierri today, the sooner the better:  Ava Glass, Madison Werner, Mariah Brunswick, and Aubree Sutherland.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Positive thinking is not about expecting the best to happen every time but accepting that whatever happens is the best for this moment.”
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, February 29, 2016

Congratulations to the following students who participated in the District Science Fair Saturday at Edison State Community College:  Carson Pope, Luke F. Rammel, Justin Hadden, Carmen Badell and Carleigh Cox.

Grades 5 thru 8 will go to confessions this morning beginning at 9:00.

Teachers:  We will have a meeting after school tomorrow.

The turkey hunt applications are due in by March 9th.

The date stamp is missing from the library, if anybody knows where it is please get it back to the library.

The following students need to see Mrs. Pierri today, the sooner the better:  Ava Glass, Madison Werner, Mariah Brunswick, and Aubree Sutherland.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Positive thinking is not about expecting the best to happen every time but accepting that whatever happens is the best for this moment.”
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, February 26, 2016

Yoga will be today after school.

The following students will be participating in the District Science Fair tomorrow at Edison Community College in Piqua:  Carson Pope, Luke F. Rammel, Justin Hadden, Carmen Badell and Carleigh Cox. Good luck to these students. If anybody wants to go and look at the different projects they are open to the public from 11 – 12. Results will be announced from 12 – 1.

Happy Birthday Isabel Badell and Leah Schmitmeyer. It is Isabel’s birthday today and Leah’s on Sunday. Isabel and Leah please come to the office after announcements.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Troutwine for Mrs. Wall.

Mr. Bingham will not be here today, teachers if you want your trash taken out please set it in the hallway before we go to the stations.

Grades 5 thru 8 will go to confessions on Monday beginning at 9:00.

Teachers:  We will have a meeting after school on Tuesday.

The turkey hunt applications are due in by March 9th.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Insults can hurt, but only if you let them. If you learn to let the wind blow through you, you will take away its power to blow you down. If you let the words pass through you, you will not feel them”.

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, February 25, 2016

Students need to turn in their Mathathon answers and money this morning.

Yoga will be tomorrow after school, let Mrs. Detling know by noon if you plan on going to Yoga.

The following students will be participating in the District Science Fair This Saturday at Edison Community College in Piqua:  Carson Pope, Luke F. Rammel, Justin Hadden, Carmen Badell and Carleigh Cox. Good luck to these students. If anybody wants to go and look at the different projects they are open to the public from 11 – 12. Results will be announced from 12 – 1.

Happy Birthday Mrs. Ayette. Mrs. Ayette is between 1 and 100 years old.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Jones for Mrs. Hadden.

The turkey hunt applications are due in by March 9th.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “More important than your obligation to follow your conscience, or at least prior to it, is your obligation to form your conscience correctly.”
 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Students doing the Math-A-Thon, problems are to be completed and money is due in tomorrow. The following students need to turn in their Mathathon answers and money this morning.

Today is wear a school shirt day, Jeans are allowed to be worn, no sweat pants and no hats.

3rd & 4th grade go to confession today at 9:00.

Yoga will be Friday after school, let Mrs. Detling know by tomorrow noon if you plan on going to Yoga.

The following students will be participating in the District Science Fair This Saturday at Edison Community College in Piqua:  Carson Pope, Luke F. Rammel, Justin Hadden, Carmen Badell and Carleigh Cox. Good luck to these students. If anybody wants to go and look at the different projects they are open to the public from 11 – 12. Results will be announced from 12 – 1.

Students: If you see any silver canisters in different places throughout the building please let them alone, don’t mess with them.

Happy Birthday to Luke D. Rammel and Hudson Pierri. Luke and Hudson please come to the office after announcements.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “One of the secrets of life is that all that is really worth the doing
is what we do for others.”

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Students doing the Math-A-Thon, problems are to be completed and money is due in tomorrow.

Tomorrow will be wear a school shirt day, this can be an elementary school shirt, a junior high shirt, a high school shirt or a college shirt. Jeans are allowed to be worn, no sweat pants and no hats.

3rd & 4th grade go to confession tomorrow at 9:00.

Yoga will be Friday after school, let Mrs. Detling know by Thursday noon if you plan on going to Yoga.

The following students will be participating in the District Science Fair This Saturday at Edison Community College in Piqua:  Carson Pope, Luke f. Rammel, Justin Hadden, Carmen Badell and Carleigh Cox. Good luck to these students. If anybody wants to go and look at the different projects they are open to the public from 11 – 12. Results will be announced from 12 – 1.

Students: If you see any silver canisters in different places throughout the building please let them alone, don’t mess with them.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “You teach people how to treat you by what you allow, what you stop, and what you reinforce.”
 

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, February 22, 2016

Yearbook group pictures and candid pictures will be taken today beginning at approximately at 10:00.

Happy Birthday Cullen Schmidt, Cullen please come to the office after announcements.

Students doing the Math-A-Thon, problems are to be completed and money is do in Wednesday.

Wednesday will be wear a school shirt day, this can be an elementary school shirt, a junior high shirt, a high school shirt or a college shirt. Jeans are allowed to be worn, no sweat pants and no hats.

3rd & 4th grade go to confession on Wednesday at 9:00.

Yoga will be Friday after school, let Mrs. Detling know by Thursday noon if you plan on going to Yoga.

The District Science Fair is this Saturday at Edison Community College in Piqua. Good luck to our participants.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Hope the snow misses us this week.

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, February 19, 2016

Yearbook group pictures and candid pictures will be taken Monday.

The Way of the Cross will be today at 1:45.

Happy Birthday Luke F. Rammel, Luke please come to the office after announcements.

Students doing the Math-A-Thon, problems are to be completed and money is do in next Wednesday.

There is a Student Council meeting today at the first lunch.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Enjoy the great weather we are going to have tomorrow.

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Yearbook group pictures and candid pictures will be taken Monday.

The Way of the Cross will be tomorrow at 1:45.

Rosary Club is after school today.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Friends worth having are ones that will try to bring the best out in each other not the worst.”
 

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Yearbook group pictures and candid pictures will be taken next Monday.

Teachers: We will have our Teach, Lead and Serve video after school today.

The Way of the Cross will be Friday at 1:45.

Students and staff: I want to read a thank you letter that an older couple sent us.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: It is random acts of kindness day.

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Everybody should have gotten a Special Person picture who was in the picture if you did not see me today.

Mr. Bingham is sick and will not be here today, Junior High students if you could please take the trash bags out at the end of the day that would be wonderful. Teachers please have your trash bags in the hallway by 2:15 if you want them taken out.

We will have music today, the 4th period will be skipped.

Teachers:   I need somebody to do the 2nd recess duty today.

Yearbook group pictures and candid pictures will be taken next Monday.

Teachers: We will have our Teach, Lead and Serve video after school tomorrow.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “Life is not just about the good things or not just about the bad things. It is both. It all depends where you focus your attention.

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, February 12, 2016

Today we will have the Way of the Cross beginning at 1:45.

 Pre School thru 4th grade will have their Valentine’s Parties today.

Reminder, Monday is President’s Day, therefore there is no school.

If any students need church envelopes for Sunday collections please come to the office some time.

Students: If you want more special person pictures please let me know and I will get them for you.

Today is Abraham Lincoln’s birthday.

Teachers and students: Please have chairs stacked and other items off the floors, Mr. Bingham is going to clean the floors on Monday.

Teachers:   I need somebody to do recess duty for me next Tuesday.

Redbooks are needed today for Mass.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Lord, help me enter into that peace which consists in having put my life in your hands.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Mr. Bingham will not be here this morning.

Tomorrow we will have the Way of the Cross beginning at 1:45.

Tomorrow grades Pre School thru 4th grade will have their Valentine’s Parties

Happy Birthday Jacob Dircksen, Jacob please come to the office.

Reminder, Monday is President’s Day, therefore there is no school.

Besides giving up something for Lent you should also do something. One thing all of us could do is tell somebody good morning or hi that we normally would not talk to. Think about it.

We will only have cheese pizza on Friday’s during Lent.

Mr. Hadden will not be in today.

If any students need church envelopes for Sunday collection please come to the office some time.

Students: If you want more special person pictures please let me know and I will get them for you.

Don’t forget it is not too late to sign up for Math-A-Thon, see Mrs. Pierri.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: My God, I do not know what must come to me today. But I am certain that nothing can happen to me that you have not foreseen, decreed, and ordained from all eternity.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Only 14 students have signed up for the Mathathon, Mrs. Pierri says it is not to late, please consider helping children in need. This would be a good Lenten project.

Today is Ash Wednesday, we will go to Mass. Lent begins today. For Lent I would like to have no talking in the hallways, hopefully students will be able to do this.    

Mr. Bingham will not be here tomorrow morning.

We will be on the 2 hour delay schedule today.

Reminder, Monday is President’s Day, therefore there is no school.

Teachers & students:  Please do not put your trash in Mr. Bingham’s closet. Thank you.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  “If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be.”
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HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

The burning of ashes and reverse raffle are tonight beginning at 6:30.

Today is the 100th day of school.

Mr. Blocher will have music today. We will not have 3rd period today. So the periods will be Music, 1st 2nd, 4th, 5th and on.

We will have the burial of the Alleluia banners today at 2:00. Reminder after the burial we walk back to the classrooms without talking.

Only 14 students have signed up for the Mathathon, Mrs. Pierri says it is not to late, please consider helping children in need. This would be a good Lenten project.

Teachers:  After school we are going to get the tickets ready for the reverse raffle, if you can help out that would be wonderful. Meet in Mrs. Pierri’s room. 

Mr. Bingham is missing the small broom he had hanging up in his janitor’s closet whoever has it he would like to have it returned. He thanks you in advance.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. McCoy for Mrs. Wall and Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Pierri.

Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday, we will go to Mass. Lent begins tomorrow. For Lent I would like to have not talking in the hallways, hopefully students will be able to do this.    

Teachers: Please give your students the beads to wear today. We will also have King cakes today.                     

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: The most basic and powerful way to connect to another person is to listen. Just listen. Perhaps the most important thing we ever give each other is our attention. A loving silence often has far more power to heal and to connect than the most well-intentioned words.


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HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, February 8, 2016

Thank you to everybody who made Catholic Schools Week a huge success.

Junior High students going out for spring sports, the mandatory parent/athlete meeting is tonight at the high school beginning at 7:00. This does not include students playing baseball or softball because they are not a school sponsored sport.

The burning of ashes and reverse raffle are tomorrow night beginning at 6:30.

Tomorrow is the 100th day of school.

Tristan Bey-Russell and Graci Emrick please come to the office after announcements.

Mr. Blocher will have music today and tomorrow.

We will have the burial of the Alleluia banners tomorrow at 2.

From the cafeteria: 

Milk/Juice/water tickets – Please hand them to the lunch duty teacher/staff person. Do not throw them in the basket as they need to be punched.

If your ticket is for milk then please get a milk not juice or water. Please purchase your drink tickets the    

 first thing in the morning in the office.      

                Reminder that balls need to be put in the green lost and found box.  

Students:  Please tell your parents that there are still plenty of reverse raffle tickets available.           

Teachers:  After school we are going to get the tickets ready for the reverse raffle, if you can help out that would be wonderful. Meet in Mrs. Pierri’s room.                           

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Society always told me not to give into peer pressure, but it never told me not to pressure peers to do the right thing.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, February 5, 2016

Today is the last day of Catholic Schools Week, the activities today: Special Person Day, the Special Person will attend Mass with the student then come back to school have donut and juice/coffee and have their picture taken with the student. Due to the length of the movie we have changed times for today’s activities. Buddy Bingo is now from 10:15 to 11:15, lunch will be 11:25 to 12:05 and the movie will begin at 12:30. The movie and lunch is sponsored by the Student Council.

Junior High students going out for spring sports, the mandatory parent/athlete meeting is Monday night at the high school beginning at 7:00. This does not include students playing baseball or softball because they are not a school sponsored sport.

The burning of ashes and reverse raffle are next Tuesday night beginning at 6:30.

Tuesday is the 100th day of school.

Happy Birthday: Callie Pope, Tristan Bey-Russell, and Graci Emrick. It is Callie’s birthday today, Tristan’s tomorrow and Graci’s Sunday. Callie, Tristan And Graci please come to the office after announcements.

Mr. Blocher will have music on Monday and Tuesday next week.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: A special person is somebody we can count on in a time of need.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Activities today for Catholic Schools Week: 7:40 – Prayer Service led by 6th grade. 10:40 an academic scavenger hunt students go with their buddies to find answers, no running please and from 11:30 – 112:30 Lunch with parents and grandparents. Clothing theme: NFL.  Tomorrow is Special Person Day, the Special Person will attend Mass with the student then come back to school have donut and juice/coffee and have their picture taken with the student. Buddy Bingo is from 10:45 to 11:45 tomorrow. Movie sponsored by the Student Council in the afternoon. Many students have not turned their permission slip in to watch the movie tomorrow, if it is not in tomorrow morning you won’t watch it. No one will call home to get permission.

The Student Council will purchase your pizza and potato chips for you tomorrow. No more than 2 slices of pizza. You must have your own drink. Teachers please fill out the pizza order today as you normally do.

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: A teacher affects eternity; he or she can never tell where his influence stops.

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 

 


Auction Dinner Class Basket Flyer

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

After Mass this morning we will go over to church for the Blessing of the Throat.

Activities today for Catholic Schools Week: 7:40 – Prayer Service led by 1st & 2nd grades. 8th graders ring the church bells at 10:00, 10:15 – 11:15 (at the latest) Tom Sparough and his wife will be present . They are motivational religious speakers. If Mrs. Pierri is back, the Math – A – thon will be from 1:00 to 1:30. Get up and dance throughout the day, and the clothing theme is Pajama Day. Tomorrow’s activities will include:  Prayer service led by the 6th grade, at 10:40 an academic scavenger hunt and from 11:30 – 112:30 Lunch with parents and grandparents. Clothing theme NFL

There is a staff meeting today after school beginning at 2:45.

 

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Pierri.

 

Mrs. Henry will be leaving at 10:00.                                                                                                                       

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Happy Groundhogs Day! Good News! Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow which means spring is here.

Activities today for Catholic Schools Week:  7:40 – Prayer Service led by 3rd & 4th grade, the 6th graders will go to Lehman today.  Clothing theme: Hat Day. Tomorrow’s activities: Prayer service led by 1st & 2nd grade, 8th graders ring the church bells at 10:00, 10:15 – 11:15 (at the latest) Tom Sparough and his wife will be present . They are motivational religious speakers. If Mrs. Pierri is back, the Math – A – thon will be from 1:00 to 1:30. Get up and dance throughout the day, and the clothing theme is Pajama Day.

I apologize to Luke D. Rammel, I did not mention Luke D. as qualifying for the District Science Fair on announcements yesterday. Congratulations Luke

There is a staff meeting tomorrow after school beginning at 2:45.

 

THE THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  You catch more flies with a teaspoon of honey than a barrel of vinegar.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, February 1, 2016

I want to thank all the students who participated in the Masses this weekend, especially the students who participated in 2 or 3 Masses. Thank you to Mrs. Ayette and the elementary students who sang at the 10:30 Mass yesterday, you were wonderful.

Activities today for Catholic Schools Week:  7:40 – Prayer Service, 9:00 Fr. White – Prayer, 9:15 – 9:25 Bubble Wrap – Celebrate the beginning of Catholic Schools Week, 11:30 – 12:30 –Lunch with parents/Grandparents. Students and parents, grandparents will make Valentine cards for people in the nursing homes. 1:30 Mayor Bowers to  present school with Proclamation, 1:45 Rosary Altar Society presenting a gift to the staff. Monday’s clothing theme is Favorite color. Tuesday’s activities: Prayer service Grades 3 & 4, 6th grade to Lehman, Clothing theme: Hat Day.

The 5th grade will lead the prayer service for Catholic Schools Week today, all students and staff should meet around the office after announcements for the service.

Mr. Blocher will not be here today.

Congratulations to the winners of the Science Fair, they were: 5th grade: 1st: Carson Pope, tied for second: Graci Emrick, and Luke F. Rammel, 6th grade:  All tied for first: Justin Hadden, Jacob Dircksen, Wyatt Rammel and Carmen Badell, 7th grade:  1st:  Carleigh Cox,  2nd: Willow Bunger, tied for third: Roman Dircksen and Kary Tollefson and 8th grade: 1st:  Tyler Beyke, 2nd : Hunter Drew and tied for third: Jaida Kelly and Lisa Capasso. The top 3 places overall: Carson Pope 1st, Carleigh Cox – 2nd and Graci Emrick and Luke F. Rammel. The following students also qualified for the District Science Fair held at Edison Community College in Piqua: Carson Pope, Graci Emrick, Luke F. Rammel Justin Hadden, Jacob Dircksen, Wyatt Rammel, Carmen Badell and Carleigh Cox.

Welcome into the building today: Mrs.  Hadden for Mrs. Blocher this morning and Mrs. Jones for Mrs. Blocher this afternoon.

Thought for the Day: Let’s all enjoy Catholic School’s Week and remember why we celebrate it.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, January 29, 2016

Today will be the last day to turn in your  magazine information.

I want to thank all the students in advance who will be participated in the Masses this weekend, especially the students who will be participating in 2 or 3 Masses.

Activities on Monday for Catholic Schools Week:  7:40 – Prayer Service, 9:00 Fr. White – Prayer, 9:15 – 9:25 Bubble Wrap – Celebrate the beginning of Catholic Schools Week, 11:30 – 12:30 –Lunch with parents/Grandparents, 1:30 Mayor Bowers to  present school with Proclamation, 1:45 Rosary Altar Society presenting a gift to the staff. Monday’s clothing theme is Favorite color.

On Monday morning the 5th grade will lead the prayer service for Catholic Schools Week. All students and staff should meet around the office after announcements for the service.

Students: You are not to have 3 books out of the library at one time, if you do have three books out please get one returned today. I don’t understand the need to have 3 books out, surely you cannot read 3 books at one time. The following students have 3 books out:….   We have four books with no names on the cards, they are …… Please check your books out properly.  Finally, the following people still have overdue books out. Get your books read and then get them back into the library. If you are not finished reading the book you can recheck it at the library.

Do to the Science Fair lunch will need to be eaten in the classrooms today. If some older children could help the kindergartners thru 2nd grade bring their pizza and drinks to their rooms I would appreciate it.

Students in grades 5 thru 8 need to take their books out of their lockers at the end of the day today and sit them on your desk. Please take any extra clothes home that you have in your locker, put all your trash that is in your locker in the garbage bag that will be provided.

Red books are not needed today.

Happy birthday Mrs. Detling, it was Mrs. Detling’s birthday yesterday.

Thought for the Day: Thank you to everybody for all the work that you have done for Catholic Schools Week.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Catholic Schools Week practice is today after lunch.

Get your magazine information to your teacher this morning.

Congratulations to Carmen Badell for winning the Geography Bee.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Barga for Mrs. Detling and Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Pierri.

Thought for the Day: Everyone is trying to accomplish something big, not realizing that life is made up of little things.

 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Catholic Schools Week practice is today after lunch.

Get your magazine information to your teacher this morning.

There is a 1st communion parent meeting tonight at 7:00 at church.

The following students have library books overdue: 3 kindergarteners, 2 first graders, 2 second graders, 1 third grader and two eighth graders.

The Geography Bee is this morning beginning at 9:45 in the cafeteria.

Thought for the Day: A first – rate organizer is never in a hurry. He is never late. He always keeps up his sleeve a margin for the unexpected.  This thought for today was found by Graci Emrick and Carson Pope.-

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Catholic Schools Week practice is today after lunch.

Get your magazine information to your teacher this morning.

The following students have library books overdue: 3 kindergarteners, 2 first graders, 2 second graders, 1 third grader and two eighth graders.

The Geography Bee is tomorrow morning beginning at 9:45 in the cafeteria.

Thought for the Day: All the flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, January 25, 2016

Catholic Schools Week practice is today after lunch. I do not have a list of the names of students, it will last up to an hour.

Get your magazine information to your teacher this morning.

The following students have library books overdue:

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Masso-Rivetti and Mrs. McCoy for Mrs. Pierri.

Thought for the Day: One child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world.”
 

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, January 22, 2016

Grade cards will be posted on line this afternoon. If anybody wants a paper copy of the grade card please let Mrs. Detling know by 10:00 this morning.

Happy birthday Maddie Walters. Maddie please come to the office after announcements.

Catholic Schools Week practice is today after lunch. I do not have a list of the names of students, it will last up to an hour.

The magazine meeting is this morning at 10:45.

Redbooks are not needed today.

Thought for the Day: A mistake is evidence that someone tried to do something.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Teachers:  Please let me know when your grades are finished.

Grade cards will be posted on line Friday afternoon. If anybody wants a paper copy of the grade card please let Mrs. Detling know by 10:00 tomorrow.

Grades 4 thru 8 will have music this morning, after music the upper grades will go to 2nd period, we will skip 1st period.

Happy birthday Lisa Capasso. Chris Hadden and Evan Sudduth, Lisa, Chris and Evan please come to the office after announcements.

Catholic Schools Week practice begins today after lunch. I do not have a list of the names of students, it will last up to an hour.

Rosary Club meets after school today.

The magazine meeting is tomorrow morning at 10:45.

Thought for the Day: Does anybody really, really like winter?

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 


Cancelled

ST. MARY'S SCHOOL IS NOW CLOSED, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20.


Delay

ST. MARY'S SCHOOL IS ON A 2 HOUR DELAY TODAY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20TH.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Teachers:  Please have all grades in by Thursday morning.

Grade cards will be posted on line Friday afternoon. If anybody wants a paper copy of the grade card please let Mrs. Detling know by 10:00 Friday.

Grades 4 through 8 will have music on Thursday. On Thursday, after music the upper grades will go to 2nd period, we will skip 1st period.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Pierri.

Mr. Blocher needs to meet with grades 4 thru 8 immediately after announcements for approx. 5 minutes.

Happy birthday to Jaida Kelly and Minaxi Pandey. It was Jaida’s birthday yesterday and is Minaxi’s today. Jaida and Minaxi please come to the office after announcements.

Catholic Schools Week practice begins tomorrow.

Candid and group pictures will be tomorrow beginning at approx. 10:00.

The parent meeting for 1st Holy Communion is tomorrow night at 7:00 in the church.

The magazine meeting is Friday morning at 10:45.

Thought for the Day: Sympathy is never wasted except when you give it to yourself.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


Delay

St. Mary's School is on a 2 hour delay tomorrow, Tuesday January 19th.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, January 15, 2016

Today is the end of the 2nd nine weeks.

Teachers:  Please have all grades in by next Wednesday at noon.

There is no school on Monday, it is Martin Luther King Day.

Grades 4 through 8 will have music on Tuesday. On Tuesday, after music the upper grades will go to 2nd period, we will skip 1st period.

Teachers: Please have the students put up the chairs at the end of the day today, Mr. Bingham is going to clean the floors on Monday.

The following people have library books overdue. There is no sense in having a book overdue since Dec.1st as some of you do.

Thought for the Day: There are people who would love to have your bad day.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Happy ½ birthday to Addison Parin. Addison please come to the office after announcements

Tomorrow is the end of the 2nd nine weeks.

Thank you students, parents and staff for your generosity for the money raised that is going toward the preschool family with the house fire. Presently we have over $1,100 collected with more money coming in today. That is an unreal total.

There is music class this morning.

Thought for the Day:  When you are going through something hard and wonder where God is remember the teacher is always quiet during a test.

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Happy  birthday to Mrs. Blocher and Happy ½ birthday to Madison Werner. It was Madison’s ½ birthday yesterday. Madison please come to the office after announcements

Friday is the end of the 2nd nine weeks.

The Student Council will sponsor out of dress code day today. The money raised will go to a family who has a preschool child who attends St. Mary’s. the family had a house fire over the Christmas vacation and lost everything. Please be as generous as you can.

Teachers we will meet after school today for the Teach Lead and Serve program.

Thought for the Day:  Hopefully this will be the last of the snow and cold.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


DELAY

ST. MARY'S SCHOOL IS ON A 2 HOUR DELAY TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, jANUARY 12TH.


closed

School is closed today, Tuesday, January 12th.


AUCTION ANNOUNCEMENT

There will be a Auction planning meeting on Monday, January 25th - 7pm @ Fairlawn. Please join us if you're willing and able to help with the auction, either leading up to it or the night of the event.

 

Thanks! -SDME Committee

 

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, January 11, 2016

Welcome back Mrs. Detling, you were missed by everybody.

Happy  birthday to Carson Pope. Carson please come to the office after announcements.

Friday is the end of the 2nd nine weeks.

Try outs for the musical are today after school.

The Student Council will sponsor out of dress code day on Wednesday. The money raised will go to a family who has a preschool child who attends St. Mary’s. the family had a house fire over the Christmas vacation and lost everything. Please be as generous as you can.

Thought for the Day:  I am glad I am not a Bengals fan.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, January 8, 2016

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Warren for Mrs. Detling. Mrs. Detling is hoping to be back Monday. She wants you to know she misses you.

Happy ½ birthday to Kendall Kreusch and Alex Hadden and Happy Birthday to Mrs. Wall. It is Kendall’s 1.2 birthday today and Alex’x ½ birthday is Sunday. Mrs. Wall’s birthday is tomorrow. Kendall and Alex please come to the office after announcements.

Red Books are not needed for Mass today.

Next Friday is the end of the 2nd nine weeks.

Somebody lost a blue St. Mary’s sweat shirt yesterday, it is hanging on the office door. Also a small pair of pink gloves was found they are in the office

Thought for the Day:  Before you flare up at anyone’s faults, take time to count to ten – ten of your own.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, January 7, 2016

We will have donuts, juice and milk this morning to honor the 2nd graders sometime after 9:00.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Warren for Mrs. Detling.

The following students have overdue books in the library.

Student Council has a meeting the first lunch period today in Mrs. Foster’s room.

Thought for the Day:  Pray for all people in the hospital especially Mrs. Detling.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Happy birthday to Kaitlyn Tollefson, Kaitlyn please come to the office after announcements. It was Kaitlyn’s birthday yesterday.

The 2nd grade make their 1st reconciliation tonight at 7:00.

We will have donuts, juice and milk tomorrow morning to honor the 2nd graders.

Teachers we have a staff meeting today after school.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Warren for Mrs. Detling.

Thought for the Day:  Do not worry about whether or not the sun will rise; be prepared to enjoy it.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Happy  birthday to Kaitlyn Tollefson, Kaitlyn please come to the office after announcements.

The 2nd grade make their 1st reconciliation tomorrow night at 7:00.

Teachers we have a staff meeting tomorrow after school.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Warren for Mrs. Detling.

Thought for the Day:  Lord, grant that I may see thee more clearly, love thee more dearly, follow thee more nearly.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, January 4, 2016

Welcome back everybody.

Happy  birthday to Mrs. Adams.

 The following students have books overdue please get them in today.

The 2nd grade make their 1st reconciliation on Wednesday night at 7:00.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Warren for Mrs. Detling.

Thought for the Day:  “In everything, do to others as you would have them do to you; for this is the law of the prophets.”
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

From St. Mary’s School, Have a Happy and Blessed New Year!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

We have a full day of school today.

We will have hot dogs, potato chips and lemonade for lunch today at no charge.

All students in grades K thru 8 will go downtown to sing Christmas carols this morning at 10:30.

Happy ½ birthday to Lance Greer. Drew Beisner, Gage Denhem and Lexie Shoop. It is Lance’s ½ birthday today, Drew’s tomorrow, and Gage and Lexie’s on Thursday. Would you four students please come to the office after announcements.

The following students have books overdue please get them in today.

Thought for the Day:  I wish everybody a Very Merry Christmas and a Blessed and Happy New Year!

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, December 21, 2015

Reminder, there will be no bussing tomorrow.

We have a full day of school tomorrow.

Tomorrow we will have hot dogs, potato chips and lemonade for lunch at no charge.

Grades K – 4 will go to the nursing homes today to sing Christmas carols.

All students in grades K thru 8 will go downtown to sing Christmas carols tomorrow morning at 10:30.

Please come to the Advent wreath after announcements for the prayer at the Advent wreath.

The kindergarten , 3rd, 4th and 8th grade students will open their buddy gifts today at 10:30 in the cafeteria.

Thought for the Day:  Let us be the first to give a friendly sign, to nod first, smile first, speak first, and if such a thing is necessary – forgive first.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, December 18, 2015

Yoga Club meets today after school.

Reminder Greenville City does not have school Monday and Tuesday, therefore there will be no bussing.

Next Tuesday we will have hot dogs, potato chips and lemonade for lunch at no charge.

Red books are needed for church today.

Happy ½ birthday Tara Seger. Tara please come to the office after announcements.

Thought for the Day:  “The most basic and powerful way to connect to another person is to listen.
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, December 17, 2015

Congratulations to Isabelle Rammel and Carson Pope on their performance at the spelling bee yesterday. Isabelle finished 3rd and Carson finished 5th.

Yoga Club meets tomorrow after school. Let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day if you will be attending.

Reminder Greenville City does not have school next Monday and Tuesday, therefore there will be no bussing.

Next Tuesday we will have hot dogs, potato chips and juice for lunch at no charge.

Happy ½ birthday Carleigh Cox. Carleigh please come to the office after announcements. It is also Pope Francis’s 79th birthday today.

Thought for the Day:  A loving silence often has far more power to heal and to connect than the most well-intentioned words. ”
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Congratulations to all the teachers and students who were involved with the Christmas program last evening, it was wonderful. A pre school mother said it was one of the most organized and best school performances she has ever been to. Just a wonderful job.

The spelling bee is today at Memorial Hall beginning at 9:30. Good luck to Isabelle and Carson.

Yoga Club meets Friday after school. Let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day tomorrow if you will be attending.

Reminder Greenville City does not have school next Monday and Tuesday, therefore there will be no bussing.

Happy birthday Mrs. Foster.

Thought for the Day:  Hopefully next Wednesday at this time you will still be sleeping.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

The Christmas Program is tonight beginning at 7:00 at church.

The spelling bee is tomorrow morning at Memorial Hall beginning at 9:30. Good luck to Isabelle and Carson.

Yoga Club meets Friday after school.

Reminder Greenville City does not have school next Monday and Tuesday, therefore there will be no bussing.

Thought for the Day:  The really happy person is the one who can enjoy the scenery when he or she has to take a detour.
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, December 14, 2015

The Christmas Program is tomorrow night beginning at 7:00 at church.

The spelling bee is Wednesday morning at Memorial Hall beginning at 9:30. Good luck to Isabelle and Carson.

Yoga Club meets Friday after school.

Reminder Greenville City does not have school next Monday and Tuesday, therefore there will be no bussing.

Congratulations to Mariah and Brooklyn Kreusch, the cheer squad they cheer on took first place yesterday and received one of two “gold bids” for excellence. This means they qualified for the national competition.

Thought for the Day:  First thing to do every morning is read or listen to something positive.
Your mind is like a garden. Whatever you plant grows. Plant good stuff.”


 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, December 11, 2015

Mrs. Ayette will have her classroom windows replaced today, she will have class in the library. The library will be closed., AR students should go to the cafeteria. Please be careful walking by Mrs. Ayette’s room as the workers will probably be going in and out. AR will take place in the cafeteria, please be quiet when walking through the cafeteria.

Happy Birthday Andrew Winner, Jacob Maher and Mr. Bingham. Andrew and Jacob please come to the office after announcements.

The Christmas Program is next Tuesday night beginning at 7:00 at church.

Red books are needed for church today.

Thought for the Day:  A minute of thought is worth more than an hour of talk.
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Fr. Cameron will be here again today to talk to the 5th & 6th grade students.

The Rosary Club will meet today after school.

Mrs. Ayette will have her classroom windows replaced tomorrow, she will have class in the library. The library will be closed tomorrow, AR students should go to the cafeteria. Please be careful walking by Mrs. Ayette’s room as the workers will probably be going in and out.

Thought for the Day:  It is better to slip with your foot than your tongue.
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Today at 9:00 the upper grades will go to church for Benediction so we will leave here at 8:57.

Fr. Cameron will be here again today to talk to students.

There will be a staff meeting today after school.

The Rosary Club will meet tomorrow after school.

Music class will be over at 8:15 students and staff we will go to your 1st period class at that time.

Thought for the Day:  A friend is someone who knows all  about you and still likes you.
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Today is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception a holy day of obligation, therefore we will be attending Mass. After Mass we will have donuts and juice and milk.

Tomorrow after Mass the upper grades will go to church for Benediction, also the Mission priest may talk to us at that time.

The Mission priest may also come over and visit our school anytime this week, please make him feel welcome.

There will be a staff meeting tomorrow after school.

The Rosary Club will meet Thursday after school.

The school received a thank you note from Hannah’s Treasure Chest, I would like to read it to you.

Thought for the Day:  “Problems are in your life so that you can discover potentials that you didn’t even know you had.”
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, December 7, 2015

This morning the  interim superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Susie Gibbons and the northern region supervisor, Karyn Hecker will be at St. Mary’s from approximately 8:00 to 9:30. They may go into your classroom. Everybody please make them feel welcome.

Tomorrow is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception a holy day of obligation, therefore we will be attending Mass. After Mass we will have donuts and juice and milk.

Wednesday after Mass the upper grades will go to church for Benediction, also the Mission priest may talk to us at that time.

The Mission priest may also come over and visit our school anytime this week, please make him feel welcome.

Happy birthday to Gabby Hartzell, it was Gabby’s  birthday yesterday. Gabby please come to the office after announcements.

There will be a staff meeting Wednesday after school.

The Rosary Club will meet Thursday after school.

After announcements everybody please come up to the Advent Wreath for the prayer for the 2nd week of Advent.

Thought for the Day:  “People won’t have time for you if you are always angry or complaining.”
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, December 4, 2015

On Monday, the interim superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Susie Gibbons and the northern region supervisor, Karyn Hecker will be at St. Mary’s from approximately 8:00 to 9:30. They may go into your classroom. Everybody please make them feel welcome.

Next Tuesday is the Immaculate Conception a holy day of obligation, therefore we will be attending Mass.

The Parish is having a Mission next week during the evenings, if you can try to attend some of the sessions.

Next Wednesday after Mass the upper grades  will go to church for Benediction, also the Mission priest may talk to us at that time.

The Mission priest may also come over and visit our school anytime next week, please make him feel welcome.

Red books are not needed today.

Happy birthday to Gabby and Will Hartzell, Gabby and Will’s birthdays are on Sunday. Gabby and Will please come to the office after announcements.

Thought for the Day:  Sympathy is never wasted except when you give it to yourself.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, December 3, 2015

Mrs. Rammel will be screening students in grades Kindergarten, 1, 3, 5, and 7 today.

On Monday, the interim superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Susie Gibbons and the northern region supervisor, Karyn Hecker will be at St. Mary’s from approximately 8:00 to 9:30. They may go into your classroom. Everybody please make them feel welcome.

Next Tuesday is the Immaculate Conception a holy day of obligation, therefore we will be attending Mass.

The Parish is having a Mission next week during the evenings, if you can try to attend some of the sessions.

Next Wednesday after Mass we will go to church for Benediction, also the Mission priest may talk to us at that time.

The Mission priest may also come over and visit our school anytime next week, please make him feel welcome.

Staff and students: When you log onto the computer and a pop up appears about downloading Windows 10, press the X in the upper right hand corner, do not press upgrade later.

Thought for the Day:  I know what happiness is, for I have done good work.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

St. Mary’s School is closed today, Wednesday December 2nd due to the dense fog.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

There is a staff meeting tomorrow after school.

Thought for the Day:  The door to the human heart can be opened only from the inside.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, November 30, 2015

Thank you to all the students on making a great Thanksgiving meal last Wednesday and the adults who helped, especially Susan Kreusch and Angie Kramer.

Yesterday was the beginning of advent, therefore we will say the prayer around the Advent wreath on Monday mornings during Advent. Will all students and staff please come to the Advent wreath outside my office after announcements are over to pray.

There is music class this morning.

There is a staff meeting Wednesday after school.

Thought for the Day:  “All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.”
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Redbooks are not needed today.

We will operate on the Friday schedule today.

The Thanksgiving dinner is at 11:30 today.

Students and staff:  If anybody forgot to bring canned goods in to bring to church I have extra. Come see me as soon as announcements are over if you need any.

There is no school tomorrow and Friday enjoy Thanksgiving with your family.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Foster.

Since everybody will be at noon recess at the same time no balls will be allowed at recess. It is too crowded for balls to be kicked and thrown around.

Thought for the Day:  I wish you and your family a Very Blessed and Happy Thanksgiving.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Students:  Please bring your dollar in for the Thanksgiving lunch and also your food that you need to bring for the lunch.

With the Michigan – Ohio State game  Saturday, today is college game day. You may wear your favorite college teams shirt. If you don’t have a shirt of some college you may wear any sports shirt. You may not wear hats, or any type of college pants. You may wear blue jeans. Please bring in a donation if you wear a shirt. The funds raised will go toward purchasing books for our library.

The Thanksgiving dinner is 11:30 tomorrow.

Students and staff:  We are going to church tomorrow, also if you can bring in any canned goods for the needy please bring it with you to church.

There will be no bussing tomorrow.

There is no school Thursday and Friday enjoy Thanksgiving with your family.

Thought for the Day:  If you blame others for your failures, do you credit others with your successes?

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, November 23, 2015

Students:  Please bring your dollar in for the Thanksgiving lunch and also your food that you need to bring for the lunch.

With the Michigan – Ohio State game  Saturday, Tuesday will be college game day. You may wear your favorite college teams shirt. If you don’t have a shirt of some college you may wear any sports shirt. You may not wear hats, or any type of college pants. You may wear blue jeans. Please bring in a donation if you wear a shirt. The funds raised will go toward purchasing books for our library.

Happy birthday Adam Edwards, Adam please come to the office after announcements.

The Thanksgiving dinner is 11:30 this Wednesday.

There will be no bussing on Wednesday.

There is no school Thursday and Friday enjoy Thanksgiving with your family.

Thought for the Day:  Nothing costs so much as what is bought by prayers.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, November 20, 2015

The 4th grade will receive their Sacred Heart Badges at Mass today.

Red books are not needed at Mass today.

Yoga Club will meet today after school.

Students:  Please bring your dollar in for the Thanksgiving lunch and also your food that you need to bring for the lunch.

With the Michigan – Ohio State game next Saturday, Tuesday will be college game day. You may wear your favorite college teams shirt. If you don’t have a shirt of some college you may wear any sports shirt.  Please bring in a donation if you wear a shirt. The funds raised will go toward purchasing books for our library.

Thought for the Day:  Friendship is the only cement that will ever hold the world together.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Congratulations to Isabelle Rammel, on winning the school spelling bee. Congratulations also to Carson Pope on finishing 2nd and Landon Kreusch on finishing 3rd.

The 4th grade will receive their Sacred Heart Badges at Mass tomorrow.

Grades K thru 4 will go to Victoria Theatre this morning, the bus should be here at 8:00.

The second lunch students will eat at the first lunch period today.

There is a student council meeting the first lunch period today, bring your lunch with you.

Rosary Club will meet today after school.

Yoga Club will meet tomorrow after school.

Students:  Please bring your dollar in for the Thanksgiving lunch and also your food that you need to bring for the lunch.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Jones for Mrs. Hadden.

Mr. Hadden will not be in today.

Thought for the Day:  Where love is, there God is.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

There will be no music class today for grades 4 thru 8.

The School Spelling Bee is this morning beginning at 9:15.

The 4th grade will receive their Sacred Heart Badges at Mass this Friday.

Grades K thru 4 will go to Victoria Theatre tomorrow morning, the bus should be here at 8:00.

Rosary Club will meet tomorrow after school.

Yoga Club will meet Friday after school.

Students:  Please bring your dollar in for the Thanksgiving lunch and also your food that you need to bring for the lunch.

Thought for the Day: Enjoy the warm weather, 34 for a high on Sunday, snow flurries on Saturday.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Congratulations to the 4th grade on receiving 1,161 books for the book drive.

The Junior High Fall Sports Award Assembly is this morning beginning at 8:00 at Memorial Hall.

The School Spelling Bee is tomorrow morning beginning at 9:15.

The 4th grade will receive their Sacred Heart Badges at Mass this Friday.

Rosary Club will meet Thursday after school.

Yoga Club will meet Friday after school.

Does anyone know what did not happen last Nov. 17th? St. Mary’s did not have school because of snow.

The Greenville 7th grade girls basketball team beat St. Henry in a scrimmage yesterday 22 – 4. Isabelle Rammel and Carleigh Cox are members of the team.

Thought for the Day: God never closes one door without opening another.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, November 16, 2015

Today is the last day of the 4th grade book drive. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton.

Thank you to all the parents who came to the Parent – Teacher Conference.

The Junior High Fall Sports Award Assembly is tomorrow morning beginning at 8:00 at Memorial Hall.

The School Spelling Bee is Wednesday morning beginning at 9:15.

Thought for the Day: The way to happy is to make others happy.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, November 12, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton.

Parent Teacher Conferences are tonight from 3:00 till 8:00. Please be sure to tell your parents to sign up.

There is no school tomorrow.

The Rosary Altar Society’s Christmas Bazaar is this weekend in the cafeteria. Students who are singing at the Bazaar please be at school at 11:15, meet in Mrs. Ayette’s room.

Happy birthday Ava Glass, it is Ava’s birthday on Sunday. Ava please come to the office after announcements.

The Junior High Fall Sports Award Assembly is Tuesday morning beginning at 8:00 at Memorial Hall.

The School Spelling Bee is Wednesday morning beginning at 9:15.

Thought for the Day: “About all you can do in life is be who you are. “


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton.

Students in grades K thru 4 who are singing on Saturday at the Christmas Bazarre will practice with Mrs. Ayette today at 2:00. Students in grades 5 thru 8 who are singing do not have to come to practice today, however please be here at 11:15 Saturday morning.

Grades K thru 8 will go to the Veteran’s Day Parade today. We will leave here at 10:45.

Parent Teacher Conferences are tomorrow from 3:00 till 8:00. Please be sure to tell your parents to sign up.

There is no school on Friday.

Thought for the Day: Thank you to all Veterans for preserving our freedom.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Wall.

The 6th & 7th grade will have a scoliosis check this morning beginning at 9:30. This will take place in the teacher’s lounge

Grades K thru 8 will go to the Veteran’s Day Parade tomorrow. We will leave here at 10:45.

Parent Teacher Conferences are Thursday evening from 3:00 till 8:00. Please be sure to tell your parents to sign up.

There is no school on Friday.

Thought for the Day: What act of kindness are you going to do today?


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, November 9, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton.

Reminder grades 4 thru 8 have music class today.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Wall.

The Kindergarten class will go the fire house this morning at 9AM.

The 6th & 7th grade will have a scoliosis check tomorrow beginning at 9:30.

Grades K thru 8 will go to the Veteran’s Day Parade Wednesday. We will leave here at 10:45.

Parent Teacher Conferences are Thursday evening from 3:00 till 8:00. Please be sure to tell your parents to sign up.

There is no school on Friday.

Thought for the Day:  “Believe with all of your heart that you will do what you were made to do.”

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, November 6, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton

Grade cards will go home today. They will be sent over the computer, if anybody wants a hard copy please let Mrs. Detling or myself know.

Redbooks are not needed this morning.

Students: If you have your nuts and chocolate order forms please turn them into Mrs. Detling, they were due in yesterday.

Happy Birthday Carmen Badell  Carmen please come to the office after announcements.

School will be dismissed at 12:30 for a staff in-service. There is no bussing.

We will be on a Friday schedule this morning, however lunch will begin at 11:35 and be over at 12:15.

The Kindergarten class will go the fire house on Monday at 9AM.

The 6th & 7th grade will have a scoliosis check next Tuesday, Nov. 10th beginning at 9:30.

Grades K thru 8 will go to the Veteran’s Day Parade next Wednesday. We will leave here at 10:45.

Thought for the Day: Yes, the Bengals did defeat the Browns.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, November 5, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton

There is a student council meeting today beginning at the 1st lunch period, 3rd grade bring your lunch with you.

Grade cards will go home tomorrow. They will be sent over the computer, if anybody wants a hard copy please let Mrs. Detling or myself know.

Students: The nuts and chocolate order forms are due into the office today.

Mr. Hadden will not be in today, students should go to AR.

We will be on a Friday schedule in the morning tomorrow, however lunch will begin at 11:35 and be over at 12:15.

Happy Birthday Kelly Witwer. Kelly please come to the office after announcements.

School will be dismissed at 12:30 tomorrow for a staff in-service. There is no bussing tomorrow afternoon.

The Kindergarten class will go the fire house on Monday, Nov. 9th at 9AM.

The 6th & 7th grade will have a scoliosis check next Tuesday, Nov. 10th beginning at 9:30.

Grades K thru 8 will go to the Veteran’s Day Parade next Wednesday. We will leave here at 10:45.

Thought for the Day: The Browns will defeat the Bengals tonight.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton

Grade cards will go home Friday. They will be sent over the computer, if anybody wants a hard copy please let Mrs. Detling or myself know.

There is no music today.

Students: Please get out there and sell the nuts and chocolates. Remember, the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. If you sell at least $35 worth of items you will receive a jean pass and your name will be put in a drawing for additional prizes. The orders are due in tomorrow.

The Lehman Limelighters  will be here to perform today at 1:30 in the cafeteria.

We will be on a Friday schedule in the morning on Friday, however lunch will begin at 11:35 and be over at 12:15.

The staff meeting for today has been cancelled.

School will be dismissed at 12:30 this Friday for a staff in-service.

The Kindergarten class will go the fire house on Monday, Nov. 9th at 9AM.

The 6th & 7th grade will have a scoliosis check next Tuesday, Nov. 10th beginning at 9:30.

Grades K thru 8 will go to the Veteran’s Day Parade next Wednesday. We will leave here at 10:45.

Thought for the Day: “Kindness is an inner desire  that makes us want to do good things
even if we do not get anything in return.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton

Grade cards will go home Friday. They will be sent over the computer, if anybody wants a hard copy please let Mrs. Detling or myself know.

Students: Please get out there and sell the nuts and chocolates. Remember, the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. If you sell at least $35 worth of items you will receive a jean pass and your name will be put in a drawing for additional prizes. The orders are due in this Thursday.

The Lehman Lighters will be here to perform tomorrow at 1:30 in the cafeteria.

Today is election day.

The staff meeting for Wednesday has been cancelled.

School will be dismissed at 12:30 this Friday for a staff in-service.

Thought for the Day: Remember, we are all made in the image and likeness of God.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, November 2, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton

Grade cards will go home Friday. They will be sent over the computer, if anybody wants a hard copy please let Mrs. Detling or myself know.

Students: Please get out there and sell the nuts and chocolates. Remember, the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. If you sell at least $35 worth of items you will receive a jean pass and your name will be put in a drawing for additional prizes. The orders are due in this Thursday.

Happy Birthday Clair Rammel, Clair please come to the office after announcement.

The Lehman Lighters will be here to perform this Wednesday at 1:30 in the cafeteria.

Today is All Souls Day.

There will be a staff meeting this Wednesday.

School will be dismissed at 12:30 this Friday for a staff in-service.

Thought for the Day: “Smile, for everyone lacks self-confidence and more than any other one thing a smile reassures them.”


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 30, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton

Today is the end of the nine weeks. Grade cards will be on line next Friday afternoon.

The Halloween parties and Haunted House are today. Students and staff may dress in their Halloween costumes after Mass. The parade will begin at 1:00.

Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday, you need to turn back your clock one hour before you go to bed Saturday night. You get an extra hour of sleep.

Students: Please get out there and sell the nuts and chocolates. Remember, the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. If you sell at least $35 worth of items you will receive a jean pass and your name will be put in a drawing for additional prizes.

Redbooks will be needed for Mass today.

When the 8th grade s ready with the Haunted House, we will begin with the youngest to the oldest grades.

Thought for the Day: Happy Halloween to everybody.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, October 29, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also in Dayton

Grades 1 thru 4 will sing at local nursing homes today.

Tomorrow is the end of the nine weeks.

The Halloween parties and Haunted House are tomorrow. Students and staff may dress in their Halloween costumes after Mass tomorrow. The parade will begin at 1:00.

Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday, you need to turn back your clock one hour before you go to bed Saturday night. You get an extra hour of sleep.

Students: Please get out there and sell the nuts and chocolates. Remember, the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. If you sell at least $35 worth of items you will receive a jean pass and your name will be put in a drawing for additional prizes.

Redbooks will be needed for Mass tomorrow.

Happy Birthday Gabe Rammel. Game please come to the office after announcements.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day: Live today like it is your last.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton’s Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also located in Dayton.

The Student Council will hold a pink out today to help raise awareness about breast cancer. If you wear pink you should bring in a monetary donation.

The written spelling bee is today.

Mr. Bingham will not be here this afternoon.

The kindergarten might go to the library tomorrow.

Grades 1 thru 4 will sing at local nursing homes on Thursday.

Friday is the end of the nine weeks.

The Halloween parties and Haunted House are this Friday. Students and staff may dress in their Halloween costumes Friday.

Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday, you need to turn back your clock one hour before you go to bed Saturday night. You get an extra hour of sleep.

Students: Please get out there and sell the nuts and chocolates. Remember, the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. If you sell at least $35 worth of items you will receive a jean pass and your name will be put in a drawing for additional prizes.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day: Don’t worry, God will provide.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 16th. The books will be donated to Dayton’s Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest also located in Dayton.

The Student Council will hold a pink out tomorrow to help raise awareness about breast cancer. If you wear pink you should bring in a monetary donation.

Retake pictures are this morning beginning at 9:00. If you need a retake please bring your picture packet in with you. Any staff member who did not get their picture taken should get it taken.

The written spelling bee is tomorrow.

The kindergarten will go to the library tomorrow.

Grades 1 thru 4 will sing at a couple of local nursing homes on Thursday.

Friday is the end of the nine weeks.

The Halloween parties and Haunted House are this Friday. Students and staff may dress in their Halloween costumes Friday.

Daylight Savings Time ends this Sunday, you need to turn back your clock one hour before you go to bed Saturday night.

Students: Please get out there and sell the nuts and chocolates. Remember, the top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. If you sell at least $35 worth of items you will receive a jean pass and your name will be put in a drawing for additional prizes.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day: Don’t worry, God will provide.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, October 26, 2015

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 2nd. The books will be donated to Dayton’s Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest.

Grades 3 thru 6 will see the play John Henry today at the Church of the Brethren beginning at 9:00, we will walk over at 8:40. Students who don’t have their permission slips in you may call this morning but from now on if a student does not have their permission slip in you will not call you will stay here. There is no excuse to not having the permission slips in the next day after they are handed out.

The Student Council will hold a pink out on Wednesday to help raise awareness about breast cancer. If you wear pink you should bring in a monetary donation.

There is an informational auction meeting tonight for any parent who may be interested in helping out with auction. The meeting begins at 7:00 and will be held at the Fairlawn.

Retake pictures are tomorrow beginning at 9:00. If you need a retake please bring your picture packet in with you. Any staff member who did not get their picture taken should get it taken tomorrow.

The written spelling bee is Wednesday.

The kindergarten will go to the library on Wednesday.

Grades 1 thru 4 will sing at a couple of local nursing homes on Thursday.

Friday is the end of the nine weeks.

Happy Birthday to Trey Rammel, Trey please come to the office after announcements.

Students, this is a reminder to please use have good manners.

Students great job on keeping the restrooms clean, thank you.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day: “Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 23, 2015

Mrs. Myers will not be in today.

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the 4th grade. The book drive will last until Monday, November 2nd. The books will be donated to Dayton’s Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest.

The following families were the top sellers of chicken dinners: First place: Hadden’s  sold 64 dinners  received  a $50 SCRIP card, 2nd was the Kramer family sold 46 dinners received a $25 SCRIP card and third was the Kreusch family they sold 40 dinners and received a $10 SCRIP card.

The nut order forms are going home today We have added another delicious fundraiser to go along with it: Dove Chocolate. The top two sellers will receive $25 Walmart gift cards. If you sell at least $35 worth of items you will receive a jean pass and your name will be put into a drawing for additional prizes.

Grades 3 thru 6 will see the play John Henry on Monday at the Church of the Brethren beginning at 9:00, we will walk over at 8:40.

Redbooks are not needed for Mass today.

The rosary will be said after Mass today for the older grades.

The Student Council will hold a pink out on Wednesday to help raise awareness about breast cancer. If you wear pink you should bring in a monetary donation.

There will be a brunch Sunday morning in the cafeteria after the 10:30 Mass.

There is an informational auction meeting on Monday night for any parent who may be interested in helping out with with auction. The meeting begins at 7:00 and will be held at the Fairlawn.

Retake pictures are next Tuesday beginning at 9:00. Any staff member who did not get their picture taken should do so Tuesday.

The written spelling bee is Wednesday.

Next Thursday grades 1 thru 4 will sing at a couple of local nursing homes.

Next Friday is the end of the nine weeks.

Welcome into the building today, Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Henry and Mrs. Rammel for Mrs. Holmes.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day: “What are the things that you can’t see that are important? I would say justice, truth, humility, service, compassion, love. You can’t see any of those, but they’re the guiding lights of a life.”


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


EASY FUNDRAISER!!!

A note from the SDME Committee:

If you have a smartphone, please consider signing up for "Shoparoo". This is a new service that you take pictures of your receipts for grocery and non-grocery stores. The receipts are then verified by the company and the data is aggregated and anonymized. The results go to market research firms and the school receives a payout as a result.

So we can once again earn additional funds for the school for something that you're already doing and it doesn't cost you any extra money. Just remembering to snap a picture of the receipt and you're done. Share it with all of your friends & family and ask them to support St. Mary's School!

You can download the app from the Apple or Google play store and it's free. You can find more information at http://www.shoparoo.com


NOTE: When signing up for the app, you need to put St Mary Elementary School Greenville, OH in the search to find our school. Be very careful to make sure you have the right one selected as they give similarly named schools across the nation.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact me at the contact info listed below.

Thanks for your continued support of St. Mary's School!

Rich Hadden
SDME Committee
email: rich.hadden@wright.edu
cell: 937-417-8048


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, October 22, 2015

 Mrs. Myers will not be here the rest of the week.

The 1st graders will be going to Safety Awareness today at the fair grounds. The bus will pick you up at 9:30.

Friday night is Junior High night at the Lehman H.S. football game. If anybody wants a ticket for the game let me know.

The 4th graders are having a book drive. If you have any books that are in good shape and no longer use, please donate them to the school. The book drive will last until Monday, November 2nd. The books will be donated to Dayton’s Children’s Hospital and Hannah’s Treasure Chest.

The following families were the top sellers of chicken dinners: First place: Hadden’s  sold 64 dinners  received  a $50 SCRIP card, 2nd was the Kramer family sold 46 dinners received a $25 SCRIP card and third was the Kreusch family they sold 40 dinners and received a $10 SCRIP card.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day:


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Thank you to all the students and parents who helped with the chicken dinners last night.

The Pre School thru 2nd grade will be going to Brumbaugh Farms this morning leaving at 8:30 and returning at 11:30.

Teachers: Mrs. Barga will not be here today or tomorrow, let me know if you want your students to have keyboarding today or tomorrow. Also, Mrs. Myers will not be here the rest of the week.

The 1st graders will be going to Safety Awareness tomorrow at the fair grounds. The bus will pick you up at 9:30.

Happy birthday to Ben Hartzell and Mrs. Pierri. Ben please come to the office after announcements.

Friday night is Junior High night at the Lehman H.S. football game. If anybody wants a ticket for the game let me know.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day: “About all you can do in life is be who you are. “


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Chicken dinners are tonight.

The Fire Department will be here this morning beginning at 9:30, they will be talking to the preschool.

The Pre School thru 2nd grade will be going to Brumbaugh Farms tomorrow morning leaving at 8:30 and returning at 11:30.

The 1st graders will be going to Safety Awareness on Thursday at the fair grounds. The bus will pick you up at 9:30.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day: God loves all of us!


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


Morning Announcements Monday, October 19, 2015

The chicken dinner drive thru is tomorrow, October 20 from 4-7 PM. The fire department will be here tomorrow to talk to the preschool class. Preschool thru 2nd grade are going to Brumbaugh's on Wednesday. The first grade class is attending the FFA Safety Awareness Day at the Darke County Fairgrounds on Thursday. October is the month of the rosary. The 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Have a great week!

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 16, 2015

Yoga Club meets today after school.

Greenville City does not have school on Monday, therefore there will be no bussing.

Teachers: If the AVG virus scan comes up on your computer with Postpone and Restart now, please hit Restart Now.

Chicken dinners are next Tuesday.

Students: If you bring any playground balls, footballs, hula hoops to the cafeteria at lunch time please put them in the lost and found box until the bell rings then walk over and get them.

Students at recess, there is to be no shoving, pushing, etc. no climbing up the slides the wrong way and only going down the slides properly.

The Fire Department will be here on Tuesday, they will be talking to the preschool.

Redbooks are needed for Mass today.

Happy Birthday to Mariah Kreusch, it is Mariah’s birthday tomorrow. Mariah please come to the office after announcements.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day: Have a wonderful weekend.


HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Junior High boys basketball and wrestling  meeting for Greenville City is t night beginning at 7:00 at the high school in either the gym or cafeteria. This meeting is for both the parents and the athlete.

Rosary Club meets today after school.

Yoga Club meets tomorrow after school. Let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day today if you plan on going to yoga tomorrow.

Greenville City does not have school on Monday, therefore there will be no bussing on Monday.

Welcome into the building today Mrs. Waltke for Mrs. Masso-Rivetti.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day: “Life just doesn’t hand you things. You have to get out there and make things happen.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Junior High boys basketball and wrestling  meeting for Greenville City is tomorrow night beginning at 7:00 at the high school in either the gym or cafeteria.

Rosary Club meets tomorrow after school.

Yoga Club meets Friday after school. Let Mrs. Detling know by the end of the day tomorrow if you plan on going to yoga on Friday.

There is music class this morning.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day: Today will be another pretty day
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Students:  If you have your chicken dinner money or unsold tickets with you please get them in to Mrs. Detling right away this morning.

Junior High boys basketball and wrestling  meeting for Greenville City is Thursday night beginning at 7:00 at the high school in either the gym or cafeteria

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day:  Always remember the difference between right and wrong.
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, October 12, 2015

Students:  If you have your chicken dinner money or unsold tickets with you please get them in to Mrs. Detling right away this morning.

Mr. Bingham may be replacing bulbs in the building today, students please be careful walking around him.

Junior High boys basketball and wrestling  meeting for Greenville City is Thursday night beginning at 7:00 at the high school in either the gym or cafeteria

Happy Birthday to Aubrey Sutherland, Aubrey please come to the office after announcements.

Today is Columbus Day.

If you did not know, the Browns and the Bengals both won yesterday.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day:  I hope you enjoyed the great weather we had over the weekend.
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 9, 2015

Students: Today is the turn in for the chicken dinners. The family selling the most tickets will receive $50.00 scrip of your choice, second place $25.00 in scrip and third place will receive $10.00 in scrip.

Students: You are to remain at your tables at lunch time until you ask permission from the teacher on duty to get up Also, clean up your table and the floor around you, teachers please be sure this gets done.

Red books are not needed this morning for Mass.

Congratulations to the following students for being selected to the National Honor Society. They are: 8th grade; Jaida Kelly, Tyler Beyke, Megan Johnston and Hunter Drew. Jaida is the President, Tyler is the Vice-President, Lisa is the secretary and Megan is the Treasurer. 7th grade; Isabelle Rammel and Landen Kreusch, 6th grade; Wyatt Rammel and Koller Winterrowd, 5th grade; Mariah Kreusch, Graci Emrick and Lauren Wright; 4th grade; Anne Gibson and Lydia Beisner and 3rd grade; Brookelyn Schmidt and Adam Edwards.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Mr. Bingham may be replacing bulbs in the library today, if he is AR students should read in the cafeteria, however if you need to get a book or take an AR test you may do so.

Students: If we have bad weather in the morning we will not be going to the cafeteria this year. You will stay in the hallway by your classroom and talk to each other.

Thought for the Day:  Enjoy the weekend.
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Students: Please be selling your chicken dinner tickets, the turn in date is this Friday October 9th. The family selling the most tickets will receive $50.00 scrip of your choice, second place $25.00 in scrip and third place will receive $10.00 in scrip.

Students who are riding on the Homecoming float tonight, if you have a neon shirt please wear it. Meet at LoBill’s at 5:45. Parents must sign kids in and out, Mr. Hadden will have the sign in and out sheet. Permission forms must be turned into Mrs. Detling by this afternoon.

Students: You are to remain at your tables at lunch time until you ask permission from the teacher on duty to get up Also, clean up your table and the floor around you, teachers please be sure this gets done.

I would like to meet with all the 7th & 8th grade students in the cafeteria immediately after announcements. The meeting should only take a couple of minutes.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give each mystery.

Thought for the Day:  “No matter how busy you are, you must take time to make the other person feel important.”
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Students: Please be selling your chicken dinner tickets, the turn in date is this Friday October 9th. The family selling the most tickets will receive $50.00 scrip of your choice, second place $25.00 in scrip and third place will receive $10.00 in scrip.

Reminder, music class is cancelled today.

Teachers: We have a staff meeting this afternoon after school.

Students who are riding on the Homecoming float Thursday night if you have a neon shirt please wear it. Meet at LoBill’s at 5:45. Parents must sign kids in and out, Mr. Hadden will have the sign in and out sheet. Permission forms must be turned into Mrs. Detling by this afternoon.

If any 5th or 6th student wants to be in the Lehman Homecoming Parade this weekend see Mrs. Detling today.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give you each mystery.

Thought for the Day:  “If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten.”

 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, October 5, 2015

Students: Please be selling your chicken dinner tickets, the turn in date is this Friday October 9th. The family selling the most tickets will receive $50.00 scrip of your choice, second place $25.00 in scrip and third place will receive $10.00 in scrip.

The Junior High and High School Girls basketball meeting for parents and players is tonight beginning at 7:30 at the High School Gym. This is for girls who will play for Greenville.

Reminder, music class begins this Wednesday with Mr. Blocher for grades 4 thru 8.

Teachers: We have a staff meeting Wednesday after school.

Congratulations to Landen Kreusch, Landen finished 8th at the Blazer Invitational Saturday with a time of 12:35. There was 55 runners. Later on Saturday he ran in the Corynna 5K and had a time of 19:38, finishing 2nd out of 115 runners.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give you each mystery.

Thought for the Day: “If you don’t know where you are going, you might wind up someplace else.”
 

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 2, 2015

Today is Guardian Angel Day.  I will now say the Angel of God prayer, if you know the prayer say it with me.  Angel of God, my guardian dear, to whom God's love commits me here, ever this day be at my side, to light and guard, to rule and guide. Amen.

Students: Please be selling your chicken dinner tickets, the turn in date is next Friday October 9th.

The Junior High and High School Girls basketball meeting for parents and players is Monday night October 5th beginning at 7:30 at the High School Gym. This is for girls who will play for Greenville.

Redbooks are not needed today for Mass.

The 6th grade return this afternoon from Glen Helen.

Happy birthday to Tyler Beyke and Nick Tollefson. It is Tyler’s and Nick’s birthday tomorrow, Tyler and Nick please come to the office after announcements.

Welcome into the building today Ms. Kelly-Pressnall for Mrs. Pierri.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give you each mystery.

Thought for the Day: He who never made a mistake, never made a discovery.”

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Students: Please be selling your chicken dinner tickets, the turn in date is October 9th.

The Junior High and High School Girls basketball meeting for parents and players has been moved from tonight to next Monday, October 5th beginning at 7:30 at the High School Gym. This is for girls who will play for Greenville.

Happy Belated Birthday to Sami Elam, it was Sami’s birthday yesterday.

October is the month of the rosary, the 8th grade will lead us on the first part of the rosary and then give you each mystery.

Thought for the Day: Every successful person has had challenges in their life.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015

Students: Please be selling your chicken dinner tickets, October 9th will be here soon.

Parents of the 2nd graders who are making their 1st reconciliation have a meeting tonight at 7:00 at church.

The Junior High and High School Girls basketball meeting for parents and players has been moved from tomorrow night Oct. 1st to next Monday, October 5th beginning at 7:30 at the High School Gym. This is for girls who will play for Greenville.

Congratulations to Mr. Bingham, he graduated last night from the Miami Valley Career Technical Center with a degree in heating, ventilation and air conditioning.

Congratulations to Landen Kreusch, Landen finished 16th out of 84 runners last night at the Tri Village Invitational with a time of 12:56.

Thought for the Day: Jesus will help you through anything.

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015

The 6th grade leave for Glen Helen this morning.

Students: Please be selling your chicken dinner tickets, October 9th will be here soon.

Parents of the 2nd graders who are making their 1st reconciliation have a meeting tomorrow night at 7:00 at church.

The Junior High and High School Girls basketball meeting for parents and players has been moved from Thursday, Oct. 1st to next Monday, October 5th beginning at 7:30 at the High School Gym. This is for girls who will play for Greenville.

Thought for the Day: 6th grade we hope you have a great trip to Glen Helen.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, Sept. 28, 2015

The 6th grade leave for Glen Helen tomorrow.

Students: Please be selling your chicken dinner tickets, October 9th will be here soon.

Parents of the 2nd graders who are making their 1st reconciliation have a meeting Wednesday night at 7:00 at church.

The Junior High and High School Girls basketball meeting for parents and players has been moved from Thursday, Oct. 1st to next Monday, October 5th beginning at 7:30 at the High School Gym. This is for girls who will play for Greenville.

Congratulations to Landen Kreusch, Landen finished 19th out of 93 runners at the Versailles Invitational on Saturday  with a time of 12:41.

Thought for the Day: Say and do something nice for somebody today.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, Sept. 25, 2015

Reminder, there is no bus service this coming Monday, September 28th.

The 6th grade go to Glen Helen next Tuesday.

Students: Please be selling your chicken dinner tickets, October 20th will be here soon.

Red books are needed today.

Thought for the Day: “None of us got to where we are alone.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015

Reminder, there is no bus service this coming Monday, September 28th.

The 6th grade go to Glen Helen next Tuesday.

The Pope talks to Congress this morning at 9:20, I encourage all teachers to have their students watch this. Mr. Hadden will set up the portable smart board in the cafeteria if teachers and students would want to watch it on the big screen. Let me know right after announcements if you want to watch it in the cafeteria.

The 1st grade has screening this morning, as soon as the nurse is ready we will let you know.

I need the following students to please come to the office after announcements:  Isabelle Rammel, Mason Pierri, and Eva Kramer.

I am now going to read you a Prayer for the Pope’s visit to the United. States. This prayer was wrote by Archbishop Schnurr.

Thought for the Day: Remember the Pope in your prayers.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thought for the Day: Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015

Happy Birthday Mason Pierri it was Mason’s birthday yesterday but he was absent. Mason please come to the office after announcements.

Reminder: There is no bus service next Monday, Sept. 28th.

The 6th grade go to Glen Helen next Tuesday.

Autumn officially began at 4:21AM this morning.

Teachers I sent you an email from Susan Gruber, also if you left before she handed out the Star Assessments booklet get one from me. She also gave me her business card, if you want one of those please also see me. Remember she said you could contact her at any time.

Results from the Sunshine Run:  Luke D. Rammel finished 15th in the men’s division and 18th overall with a time of 23:04 and right behind Luke was his brother Trey who finished 16th in the men’s division and 19th overall.

Teachers: I sent you an email about different times the Pope will be on television tomorrow. I encourage you and your students to watch as much coverage of the Pope as you can.

Thought for the Day: “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.”

 


 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, September 21, 2015 Teachers - just a reminder that we have an in-service today after school from 2:45 to 4:15. Students - just a reminder that you are not to leave your table at lunch time until the staff member on duty releases you. Happy birthday to Mason Pierri and Vinny Parin! Mason and Vinny, please come to the office after announcements. There is no bus service next Monday, September 28. Thought for the day: "It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see."

MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, Sept. 21, 2015

Congratulations to everybody who ran in the Sunshine Run Saturday morning. You all did a great job.

Student pictures are this morning, you do not have to be in school uniform.

Teachers, reminder we have the inservice tomorrow after school from 2:45 to 4:15.

I will be out tomorrow, teachers please sign up for my duties.

Thought for the Day: The Browns, Buckeyes and Bengals all won over the weekend.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, Sept. 18, 2015

Today is Talk Like a Pirate Day, Mrs. Ayette and her students partake in this day. They will be searching for their treasure today.

Tomorrow is the Sunshine 5K. You can register tomorrow morning before the race. Remember, St. Mary’s School receives $15 for every runner who signs up and marks St. Mary’s as the organization they want the money to go to. Please wear spirit wear if you are participating in the race.

Student pictures are Monday morning, you do not have to be in school uniform.

Teachers, reminder we have the inservice next Tuesday after school.

Happy Birthday Brooklyn Kreusch and Mrs. Masso-Rivetti, it is Brooklyn’s birthday tomorrow and Mrs. Masso-Rivetti’s birthday on Sunday. Brooklyn please come to the office after announcements.

Redbooks are not needed today.

Thought for the Day: “In the end, it is important to remember that we cannot become what we need to be, by remaining what we are.”

 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

The Bus training for Kindergarten through 3rd grade will be today at 9:30 starting with the kindergarten.

Bus riders will be dismissed at 2:15 today.

The 3rd and 4th grade will go to confession today beginning at 12:15.

Tomorrow is Talk Like a Pirate Day, Mrs. Ayette and her students partake in this day.

Saturday is the Sunshine 5K, it is not to late to register to run. Remember, St. Mary’s School receives $15 for every runner who signs up and marks St. Mary’s as the organization they want the money to go to. Please wear spirit wear if you are participating in the race.

Student pictures are next Monday morning, you do not have to be in school uniform.

Thought for the Day: Let their be peace on earth!
 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

The Bus training for Kindergarten through 3rd grade will be tomorrow at 9:30 with the kindergarten.

Bus riders will be dismissed at 2:15 tomorrow.

Grades 5 thru 8 will go to confession today. The 3rd and 4th grade will go to confession tomorrow beginning at 12:15.

Friday is Talk Like a Pirate Day, Mrs. Ayette and her students partake in this day.

Saturday is the Sunshine 5K, it is not to late to register to run. Remember, St. Mary’s School receives $15 for every runner who signs up and marks St. Mary’s as the organization they want the money to go to. Please wear spirit wear if you are participating in the race.

Student pictures are next Monday morning.

Happy Birthday Matthew Edwards, Matthew please come to the office after announcements.

Mrs. Waltke will be here for Mrs. Foster the rest of the week.

The Greenville 7th grade volleyball team won in two games last night. Carleigh Cox served the winning point in a close game.

In junior high cross country Landen Kreusch finished 29th of  133 runners with a time of 12:42 at the Ft. Loramie Invitational. Landen runs for Arcanum Junior High.

Thought for the Day: Enjoy the great weather.
 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

The Bus training for Kindergarten through 3rd grade will be Thursday at 9:30.

Bus riders will be dismissed at 2:15 on Thursday.

Grades 5 thru 8 will go to confession tomorrow during their religion time. The 3rd and 4th grade will go to confession on Thursday beginning at 12:15.

Friday is Talk Like a Pirate Day, Mrs. Ayette and her students partake in this day.

Saturday is the Sunshine 5K, it is not to late to register to run. Remember, St. Mary’s School receives $15 for every runner who signs up and marks St. Mary’s as the organization they want the money to go to.

Student pictures are next Monday morning.

Remember to pay for your pretzels tomorrow morning.

Happy Birthday Landen Kreusch, Landen please come to the office after announcements.

Mrs. Foster’s father passed away this morning, please keep Mrs. Foster and her family in your prayers.

Thought for the Day: “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.”
 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, Sept. 14, 2015

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

The Bus training for Kindergarten through 3rd grade will be Thursday not tomorrow at 9:30.

Grades 5 thru 8 will go to confession on Wednesday during their religion time. The 3rd and 4th grade will go to confession on Thursday beginning at 12:15.

Friday is Talk Like a Pirate Day, Mrs. Ayette and her students partake in this day.

Saturday is the Sunshine 5K, it is not to late to register to run. Remember, St. Mary’s School receives $15 for every runner who signs up and marks St. Mary’s as the organization they want the money to go to.

Student pictures are next Monday morning.

Thought for the Day: In case you didn’t hear, the Browns lost while the Bengals won.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, Sept. 11, 2015

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Mr. Bingham will not be in today.

Mrs. Detling is also out today, Mrs. Barga is subbing for Mrs.Detling.

Today is Patriot Day, we will have a prayer service at the flag at approximately 9:15. Please let your students use the restroom after church is out if needed. Teachers please take time in your classes to explain what happened to the United States on this day, Sept. 11, 2001

Sunday is Grandparents Day. Tell your Grandmother and Grandfather how much you love them.

Redbooks are needed for church today.

The Greenville 7th grade volleyball team defeated Springfield last night in two games 25 – 8 and 25 -20. Carleigh Cox served the winning point for the Green Wave in the 2nd game.

Thought for the Day: Enjoy the great weather this weekend.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Pretzels will be this morning, they will be given out during the 1st period.

Happy Birthday to Lauren Wright, Lauren please come to the office after announcements.

The following students still have their Media forms out: JR Enicks, Eva Kramer, Ethan Jones, Mason Pierri, Ben Hartzell, Faith Henry, Mariah Brunswick, Willow Bunger, Carleigh Cox, and Landen Kreusch.

Mr. Bingham will not be in tomorrow.

Tomorrow is Patriot Day, we will have a prayer service at the flag after church.

Sunday is Grandparents Day.

If anybody wants any of the items off the table that is in the hallway take them today, the table will be gone tomorrow.

Thought for the Day: Do something nice for somebody today.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2015

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Today is the 1st day of school for the Butterfly Pre-School class.

Pretzels will be sold tomorrow, if you want one and have your money with you please bring it to the office immediately. Thank you.

Today is the last day of hot weather.

The Greenville 7th grade volleyball team defeated Trotwood last night 25 – 8 and 25 – 0. Carleigh Cox is a member of the volleyball team.

Thought for the Day: Without love you have nothing.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2015

Good morning, these are your morning announcements.

Today is the 1st day of school for the Caterpillar Pre-School class.

Tomorrow is the 1st day of school for the Butterfly Pre-School class.

Pretzels will be sold on Thursday, if you want one and have not paid by the month please bring your money in tomorrow morning.

Just a couple more days of hot weather.

If you did not here, Ohio State won last night.

I need to see the following students after announcements: Isabelle Rammel, Jacob Dircksen and Madison Werner.

Happy Birthday to the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Thought for the Day: “A negative thinker sees difficulty in every opportunity. A positive thinker sees an opportunity in every difficulty.”
 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, Sept. 34, 2015

Good morning.

Students: You brought home a lot of papers Tuesday, many of them need filled out by one of your parents. They should all be turned in today.

If you would like to have pizza for lunch today and did not order it yesterday you may do so this morning.

Teachers: We now have the Renaissance Math ready to go.

Labor Day is Monday so there is no school Monday, enjoy your 3 day weekend.

Tuesday will be the 1s day of school for the Caterpillar Pre-School class.

Thought for the Day: If you cannot say nice things about someone you shouldn’t say anything at all.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015

Good morning.

Students: You brought home a lot of papers Tuesday, many of them need filled out by one of your parents. If your parents have not filled them out yet please ask them to fill out tonight and turn them in tomorrow.

Students who ride the bus will be dismissed at 2:15 today.

Teachers please take pizza orders today and have a student bring them to the office.

The Greenville 8th grade football team defeated West Carrollton last night 46 – 6. Tyler Beyke is the quarterback and had one rushing touchdown and passed for two more touchdowns. Any Junior High student involved in athletics if you want me to announce how your team did and how you did please write it down and I will announce it.

Teachers: We now have the Renaissance Math  ready to go.

Thought for the Day:  “In the end, it is important to remember that we cannot become what we need to be, by remaining what we are.”
 


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, Sept. 2, 2015

Good morning.

Students: You brought home a lot of papers last night, many of them need filled out by one of your parents. Please ask them to have them filled out as soon as possible.

Students who ride the bus will be dismissed at 2:15 today and tomorrow.

Staff meeting today after school has been cancelled.

Thought for the Day: One day down, 177 to go.


MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015

Good morning and welcome back everybody. I hope you all had a great summer.

As you all probably know Mrs. Wetzel died last week, let us have a moment of silence for her.

Please welcome Mrs. Wall to St. Mary’s School. Mrs. Wall will teach grades 5 thru 8 Language Arts and Math.

Please welcome the following new students to St. Mary’s School this year: Kindergarteners:  Dylan Jones, James Enicks, Elle Kayler, Nevahen Parin, Hudson Pierri, Cullen Schmidt, Tara Seger, Erin Winner and Aaron Wright. 2nd grade: Lexi Shoop and Evan Sudduth, 4th grade: Chace Drew.

There is Phys. Ed. Classes today: Here are the times:  3rd/4th grade – 2nd per., 1st grade9:25-9:55, Kindergarten and 2nd grade – 10:10 – 10:40, 5th & 6th grade – 7th period and 7th/8th grade the 8th period.

Students: You have a lot of papers going home tonight, many of them need filled out by one of your parents. Please ask them to have them filled out as soon as possible.

Thought for the Day: Have a great school year.


Mary Wetzel

St. Mary’s School lost a great family member with the death of Mary Wetzel. I thank you Mary for everything you did for St. Mary’s. You touched so many lives.  We will all miss you!


School Starting

FIRST DAY OF

SCHOOL IS TUESDAY, SEPT. 1ST.

 

REMINDER, THERE WILL NOT BE ANY BUS SERVICE ON THE 1ST.


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MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS

I HOPE EVERYBODY HAS A GREAT SUMMER!!

MR. ROSENBECK


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