OPEN HOUSE on March 24, 2015, Tuesday, 5:00 - 7:00 PM for Childcare, Preschool and Kindergarten.
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of excellence and stewardship
in forming children in the Catholic faith
to become disciples of Jesus Christ
who know, love and serve God.
St. Patrick Carnival 2015 is inviting all vendors to consider renting a table/booth for Sunday, April 19, 2015.
Please click here to view, download or print the vendor forms: Carnival 2015 Vendor Forms (pdf)
Please click the links to view, download or print the
2015 MARCH Monthly Calendar (pdf)
2015 March LUNCH Menu (pdf)
Practical ParentingWednesday, February 25, 2015@ 5-6pm – in the Parish Center, St. Patrick CHANUTE
The objective of this Practical Parenting class is to give parents with children of all ages practical strategies and tips that will not only improve their child's behavior at home, but also manage their time more effectively. Packets for each parent will include these items. Sensory Bottles, Work Chores, Behavior Contracts, & Incentive Charts. Materials will be provided in this “Make It, Take It” class by our Faciliator, Melanie Greve.
VIRTUE BASED RESTORATIVE DISCIPLINEWednesday, March 25, 20157PM - St. Patrick PARSONS
The presenter is Lynne Lang, an author & expert on Bully Prevention & restorative discipline practices. Her program, VBRD, adresses bullying, misbehavior, & personal conflicts on all levels: adults, students, bullies, & victims of bullying. It focuses on building the same Virtues & good habits that the Catholic Church teaches us to emulate.
Breakfast and Lunch Box IdeasOriginally scheduled on Sunday, March 1, 2015@ 4:00-5:00PM—in the Parish Center, St. Patrick CHANUTEPostponed to Sunday, May 3, 2015@11:15AM – 12:15PM – in the Parish Center, St. Patrick CHANUTE
Did you know that one in five kids goes to school hungry? Kids who eat a balanced breakfast do better in school, have greater concentration, and more energy than those who don’t. Come be inspired with new ideas on what to make ahead for breakfast so that you can help your child succeed. Also….Are you AND your child ready for a change of pace from the daily PB & J? Come learn some healthy new lunch box ideas that will keep your child’s mind sharp and their belly full till dinner. Also covered will be the new Smart Snack guidelines from the State of Kansas that our school will be following next year. This is important information because in the 2015 school year, any food brought into the school as a shared snack or birthday party treat will need to meet new State guidelines. We hope that you can attend this parent education opportunity brought to you by our Wellness Coordinator, Erin Weilert. See you there!
All parents who will attend ANY OF THESE PARENTING EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES will comply with the yearly mandatory parent education that is part of the yearly covenant or agreement with St. Patrick Catholic Church and School and is also a requirement for yearly enrollment. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Barles at the school office. The office has a file of the attendance of parents in these activities.
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