To: St. Paul School Families From: Kathleen Norris – Principal Re: School Updates Date: August 17, 2018
“The favors of the Lord are not exhausted; his mercies are not spent, They are renewed each morning, so great is his faithfulness. My portion is the Lord, says my soul; therefore will I hope in him.” Lamentations 3:22-24
These words from Lamentations bring to mind the unconditional love our God has for each and every one of us. God is always with us offering a loving unconditional embrace. We in turn are called to reflect that same love back to one another. St. Paul School and Parish are blessed to be a community of people who invite spirituality into all areas of our daily life whether at school, work, on in our homes. We are a beacon of light to one another, our school, our parish, and our world. With these words of hope and love we begin the 2018-2019 school year as we teach, live, and learn in the Light of Christ.
New Teaching Assignments: Eric Pfeifer – 7th & 8th Grade Religion and Assistant Dean of Students Mary DeGenova – 2nd Grade Michelle Eckstein – 4th Grade Language Arts Liz Ryan – 8th Grade Language Arts Candice Brown – 6th Grade Language Arts
New Classroom Teacher: Joyce Kemmerly – 3rd Grade New Intervention Team: Christine Bogue – Intervention Coordinator/Specialist Cindy Bauman – Math Tutor Chelsea Belknap – Intervention Specialist Libby Caryl – School Counselor Brytani Gupta- Intervention Specialist Lisa Kane – Reading Tutor New Paraprofessionals: Luann Pusateri – Miss Posani – Kindergarten Michele Speeks-Moran – Mrs. Zucker – 1st Grade
ST. PAUL SCHOOL STUDENT WALK-THRU - NOON THRU 1:00 PM
This is a reminder that students in grades 1- 3 are invited to a student walk-thru of school on Tuesday, August 21st from noon until 1:00. Students in these grades are permitted to bring in their school supplies at this time. They will also have the opportunity to meet their teacher. This year we are adding a walk-thru for students in grades 4-8 on August 21st from noon – 1:00 due to the completion of our new middle school addition and the relocation of classrooms. This walk-thru is to give these grade level students the opportunity to get familiar with the location of classrooms. Students in grades 4-8 will not be permitted to bring in their school supplies on this day.