Thursday, May 2 is St. Pius X / St. Leo School’s first Service Day. Entitled “Mission Possible,” students, faculty, and staff will spend the day in service to the community.
The second and eighth grades have partnered up that day for multiple projects. One project is a letter of gratitude. Second and eighth grade partners will write a letter to the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. Located in Clyde, Missouri, these sisters have been making and providing altar breads since 1910. The second project is a letter to our Congressmen about fighting hunger. Inspired by a group called “Bread for the World,” these letters will urge Congress to consider the hungry in our country and abroad when making budgetary decisions.
The third one is a donation drive for Youth Emergency Services (YES) here in Omaha. YES serves the homeless and at-risk youth population in our city. Designed to empower them to become self-sufficient, YES provides hot meals as well as transitional living programs to these young people. This is where we need your help. From Tuesday, April 23 through Wednesday, May 1, the second and eighth grades will be collecting the following snack items:
Snack sized chips
Snack sized crackers
We appreciate your assistance in helping us prepare for this day. Should you have any specific questions, feel free to contact us.
Eighth Grade Teachers
February 14, 2019
Friday February 15th or
Monday February 18th
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¡Bienvenidos a Español!
I am enjoying my fifteenth year of teaching Spanish at St. Pius X / St. Leo School! I teach grades 5-8 and have an 8th grade homeroom in 8A.