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Weekly Update 12/3

There's a couple of things that I wanted to bring to your attention as we get another week started here in 4A.

VIP Day: Today your scholar will be coming home with a blue and white striped invitation for VIP Day on Dec. 20. Miss Villareal and Mrs. Kopplin came up with this idea and the kids are very excited about it. Scholars are allowed to invite 1 important person in their life to come to school with them in the morning. We will be walking to Holy Rosary for an all school mass and then coming back to our classroom for a fun activity. The VIPs are invited to stay for lunch (brunch lunch) if they would like. VIP day will run from 7:55-12:30 at the SSPP campus (HR is doing the same thing but their schedule may look different than ours). VIPs have the choice of walking with us or they can drive to HR and meet us there. VIPs not required to stay the whole time if it doesn't work with their schedules. I need to know if your child is bringing a VIP and if the VIP is taking hot lunch (it will be a cost of $3) by Monday Dec. 17. This way I can make sure I have enough materials for our activity and I can get the lunch count in to the correct people. You can send your child's RSVP on sheet of paper or on the back of the VIP invitation. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Rosary Club will be held this Wednesday right after school.

Thursday All School Mass: 4th grade has mass parts on Thursday. The parts are as follows: Xavier- server, Roman and Josniel- petition readers, Kayleigh, Lauren, Josalyn- Gift bearers. 

Buddy Project- On Thursday 4A will also be doing a buddy project with their buddy class in the afternoon. Please make sure your scholar has winter gear (coat, gloves, hat, scarf) for this day since we will be walking to the other campus.

Friday Spirit Wear- Scholars may be dressed in spirit wear on Friday. No ripped jeans or leggings as pants. Please refer to the handbook for dress expectations.

I believe this covers everything. Again if you have any questions do not hesitate to ask!

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