St. Paul High School/NCS Junior High Friday Flyer
PBJ Uncrustable, string cheese, Goldfish crackers, fresh veggies, juice, pears
Chicken strips, corn, fresh veggie, peaches
Rotini w/meat sauce, green beans, fresh veggies, pineapple, roll, butter
Fiesta pizza, steamed carrots, fresh veggies, apple slices
Mini cheese bites, mixed vegetables, fresh veggies, applesauce cup
Oct. 26 A Day schedule
Oct. 27 B Day schedule
Oct. 28 A Day mass schedule
Oct. 29 B Day schedule
Oct. 30 A Day schedule
1. Saturday School from 8 AM – 1 PM: You can get help with a specific subject or bring your chrome book and get help getting organized. Come for a while or stay the whole time. NEW THIS YEAR: If you wish to come to Saturday School, you must sign up in the office by noon on Friday. If no students sign up, there will not be Saturday School that week.
2. The Knights of Columbus Scholarship Program is again offering tuition assistance to Catholic High School students attending an Ohio Catholic High School. Applications are due by Wednesday, November 27th. For more information, and to apply, please visit https://kofcohio.org/programs/scholarships/.
3. Firelands Electric Cooperative’s “The A Team” recognizes students in grades 6-8 for their hard work in the classroom. Students who live in a home receiving its electric power from Firelands Electric Cooperative, and who have a minimum of three A’s on their most recent report card, are eligible to enter. A drawing will take place each grading period and three students will be chosen in each drawing to receive an Amazon gift card. Winners will also have their photo published in an upcoming issue of Ohio Cooperative Living magazine, as well as be featured on the co-op’s website and social media outlets. The deadline for our next drawing is Dec. 10. For more information, please visit www.firelandsec.com/team
4. SHOP Program: Shop NEWS: Support local small businesses and earn tuition rebates at the same time! NCS Shop Program offers many gift cards from the Norwalk area - Jim's Pizza Box, Jake's Radiator, Miller's Supervalue, New Look Salon, Corso's Landscape, Schild's IGA, Sheri's Coffee House, Hairway 61, Bluto's Hometown Tavern, Christian Robert's Salon, The Freight House, Lyn Marie's Coffee, Coffee Station, and Executive Dry Cleaners. Local Businesses offer the HIGHEST rebates thanks to the generous support of these local business owners. Weekly specials posted online at shop.ShopWithScrip.com. Download the new app: RAISE RIGHT by Shop With Scrip, and earn tuition any day of the week! Contact Kristen Penner, coordinator, at email@example.com with any questions or for help getting started -- using the program is simple and rewarding.
5. We are excited to share that we will be able to have students together for Mass beginning October 28, 2020. Up to this point, a class or grade level has been attending Mass and the rest of the school has been participating through live stream. The Elementary and JH/SPH will have Mass in the Convocation Center to allow for proper distancing. Elementary and JH/SPH will alternate Wednesdays for Mass (JH/SPH begins 10/28).
6. Drug Free Clubs of America is a voluntary club that encourages a safe and healthy lifestyle for our students in grades 7-12. This is our 3rd year participating in DFCA as a school. It may look a little differently due to our current world, but we still value promoting a drug free life with all of our students.
To participate in DFCA for the 2020-2021 school year, please sign up online by 11/19/2020. All members (current and new) will need to apply. Fees are paid with a credit card online.
Find the application here: https://drugfreeclubs.com/apply-for-membership/ Please make sure that you select “Saint Paul HS/ Jr HS” from the school drop down box.
The fee is $10 for the year. The program is supported in part by the Huron County Board of Mental Health & Addiction Services, as well as many local businesses.
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Pertner at firstname.lastname@example.org
7. On Friday, October 30, 2020 students are permitted to wear Halloween costumes to school, with the following conditions:
No face paint/makeup
No Halloween masks due to having to wear protective facial coverings
Costumes must be school appropriate with no accessories such as weapons or gorey items. By school appropriate, this means nothing suggesting alcohol, drugs, violence, or explicit topics of any nature. Students attending school with makeup on or any of the prohibited criteria, will be asked to wash off the makeup and/or change into a uniform from the uniform supply room.
8. To allow for teacher planning and collaboration there will be a monthly two-hour delayed start to school for students. This will allow the teachers time to plan lessons and work together to improve instruction. (updated calendar on school website)
The following are the dates of the two-hour delays: Nov 9th, Dec 7th, Jan 11th, Feb 8th, March 8th, April 19th, May 10th
9. St. Paul Church Trunk or Treat was such spooky fun last year that we are back again! To make it an even bigger Monster Mash than last year we need YOU! Bring your car or truck, decorate your trunk and prepare to launch treats at our trick or treaters through a candy chute (Tubes provided!) If you would like to decorate your trunk please email Jen at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing all of the kids dressed up for a good time! THIS Sunday October 25th from 5:30-6:30pm in the Convocation center parking lot. **For 8th Graders this is a service outreach opportunity!!!
Football vs Southern Local W 48-14
Volleyball Sectional vs Crestline W 3-0