New Parish/School Alerts Program

We are moving from the Honeywell alert system to a new alert program.  The new program is call One Call.  Please email Julie Bulkowski (julie.bulkowski@stwendelin.org) to send her your Name, Cell phone number, Land Phone number, and email address.  Please note we will be contacting parents ONLY.  We will not add students to this contact list.  Once your account is added you will be asked to “OPT-IN” to receiving text messages by texting the word “Alert” to the number 22300

Please allow time to add your contact information before Opting-in to the text alerts.


Dear SWCS Family,

As we enter the month of Thanksgiving, we want to Thank You for blessing us with the opportunity to educate your child—mind, body and soul—at St. Wendelin Catholic School. “When we all come together to educate our children, we will be one step closer to creating a world of good,” ~Pope Francis on Catholic Education.

October was a fun-filled month. We celebrated our patron, St. Wendelin, and took part in Eucharistic Adoration, Vespers, spirit week, parties, trunk or treat, and prepared for the musical, “The Lion King, Jr.” Thank you to our room mothers/fathers for all the festive decorations throughout the school and thank you to all those who volunteered to make these events successful!

We also want to give a SHOUT OUT to students and coaches who participated in CYO volleyball and cross country this season! We are so proud of you and your accomplishments! Thank you to all the parents who volunteered to coach, help, and cheer! Student-athletes will be acknowledged on Friday, November 2nd during the assembly at 2:00 PM.

CYO basketball will kick off in November. We are still in need of coaches for the 5th grade boy’s team and the 4th grade girl’s team. Please contact Shane Burnworth at shane.burnworth@stwendelin.org if you are willing to coach or have any questions.

With the start of November, we prepare to meet with our families during Parent-Teacher Conferences on Tuesday, November 20th from 3:00-9:00 PM. We look forward to this time of the year. It gives the teachers an opportunity to touch base with the parents about their child(ren)’s progress and continue to support the home/school relationship.

We want to thank all of you for your prayers, support, and countless hours of volunteering and sharing of your talents to make our first quarter of school a success! We hope to see everyone at the debut of The Lion King, Jr. on November 2nd and 3rd, the Veteran’s Day Celebration on November 12th, the Book Fair, Family Catechesis Night on November 14th, and at Mass!

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Informational Meeting Concerning our School

Two weeks ago, Fr. Todd mentioned in his homily the continued challenges and concerns our school ministry faces. To keep parishioners and school families informed, all are invited to attend an informational meeting to take place Monday, November 12th at 6:30 PM in the Church. Information to be presented will include the major challenges and concerns of the school, recommendations being made and more. Please join us.

Please visit www.stwendelin.org/homilies if you missed this homily the weekend of October 21st

Veterans Day Assembly: November 12th

Please join St. Wendelin Catholic School as students and staff honor veterans at the third annual Veterans Day Assembly on Monday, November 12th at 1:00 PM in the SWCS North Gym The assembly will feature SWCS students in the choir, playing recorders and in the drum line The Fostoria Community Tuba Ensemble will also perform. Doors open at 12:30 PM. All are welcome to attend!

Family Night: November 14th

Family Night for grades K-8 has been changed to Wednesday, November 14th. The theme for Family Night will be Advent and the Liturgical Calendar. Families in grades K-5 will meet in the SWCS Cafeteria while families in grades 6-8 will meet in their classrooms.

Sacramental meetings for grades 1-2 and 7-8 will take place on Wednesday, November 28th.

Scholastic Book Fair: November 15th-20th

The Scholastic Book Fair will begin with a preview on Thursday, November 15th and will continue through Tuesday, November 20th. The Book Fair will be open from 7:45 AM-3:15 PM each day, but will continue on November 20th through Parent-Teacher Conferences.

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs. Teresa Kitchen, Principal