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Important Reminders  

snowEnjoy a safe and restful and fun-filled winter week!
LentThe holy season of Lent begins on March 1st with Ash Wednesday.  Students will attend Mass, receive ashes and will be given a Lenten calendar and mite box.  Please encourage children to meaningful Lenten practices and to contribute their own resources to their mite box which will be collected at the end of Lent. 
dont forget11:30 dismissal on Wednesday, March 1st.
bookThe home school sponsored BOOK FAIR will  be held on Friday, March 3rd.  Don't forget your money!

Credit for pizza ordered for last Friday will be given on the APRIL pizza order.  More details will follow. 
candle Yankee Candle Sale  - orders placed prior to March 1st will be available prior to Easter recess.  These items make great Easter and Mother's Day gifts - don't miss out!

Transportation Requests
Applying for transportation annually is the responsibility of the parents.  The deadline each year is April 1 and without filing for transportation on time,  you can lose bus privileges.  If you reside in Amityville or Massapequa School Districts, you must log onto your respective school district to obtain the transportation form.  Transportation information to all other school districts were sent in Tuesday's Youngest and Only (Feb. 7th).  Please reply directly to your district by the deadline.

importantRe-registration Preliminary budget plans are underway and tuition is predicated on the number of students –re-enrolled for the 2017-2018 school year.  See the form in next week’s youngest and only (February 14th). Don’t miss out on the reduced re-registration fee if you respond by March 1. This applies to students presently enrolled in our school. 
hNeed tuition assistance for the 2017-2018 school year?  Don't miss out. Tomorrow's Hope Foundation applications for the 2017-2018 school year will be posted online at the end of January.  Visit their website for more information.  CLICK HERE 

policeIt is always a good idea to periodically reinforce basic personal safety practices with your children.  Nassau County Police has created a pamphlet on the issue related to child safety.  Click on the link below to use as a  reference and tool to help you further discuss stranger danger with your child. 
Stranger Danger- A Guide for Parents from the Nassau County Police Department

We are so proud of our students who have taken part in so many service projects these past few months...

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February 2nd is World Day For
 Consecrated Life 

God our Father, we thank you for calling
men and women to serve in your Son’s
Kingdom as sisters, brothers, religious priests,
consecrated virgins, and hermits, as well as
members of Secular Institutes. Renew their
knowledge and love of you, and send your
Holy Spirit to help them respond generously
and courageously to your will. We ask this
through our Lord Jesus Christ, who lives and
reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God,
for ever and ever. Amen.

Source: Secretariat of Clergy,
Consecrated Life And Vocations •