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March 2015 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 10 March 2015 09:39

We've reached the month of March—that month of both lion and lamb, when we hope for spring but winter hits us with reminders that it's not over yet! It's a long month that flies by—with girls' and boys' district and regional basketball followed by NCAA March Madness. We'll be at spring break before we know it. We're off to a good start—with some nice spring like weather to fake us out!

To help pass the time this month, think about purchasing a Hoops Mania ticket from one of our athletic staff members. Each $5 ticket will give you 8 teams to follow in the NCAA men's basketball tournament with a number of chances to win. Our athletic program will net $3.50 for each ticket sold so please purchase your ticket, help support Cardinal athletics and add one more level of enjoyment to March Madness.

With any luck, we won't have to cancel school for weather anymore this winter. We have reached our limit of 6 forgiven days—so any more may have to be made up. We will keep you posted as winter comes to an end.

Spring break will begin on Thursday, April 2 with an early dismissal at our 1:00 p.m. for teacher professional development. The break itself is April3 – 10 with classes resuming on Monday, April 13.

Prom is just around the corner, scheduled for April 18. The PTO Craft Fair and Book Fair is set for Saturday, April 25 in the school gymnasium. The French Club dinner will be held that evening as well.

Kindergarten and GSRP round up is scheduled for Thursday, March 19 at All Saints Lutheran Church. If you have a student who will be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2015, please contact the school to arrange an appointment for kindergarten registration. You may also contact the school office to help determine if your four year old child is eligible for our Great Starts program.

April showers—and track season—are just around the corner so enjoy what's left of our winter as we look forward to spring.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 March 2015 09:46


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