Robotics Club registration due Thursday, September 19
Thank you to all the families that attended our Robotics Club info meeting on Sunday. If you were unable to attend, or did not pick up the registration form, please download the registration form and information sheet here. The registration form is due this Thursday, September 19.
Safe Environment Training at St. Pius X and St. Leo
To volunteer at our school or at a school sponsored event (ie: athletics), all volunteers need to be Safe Environment Training certified. A training will be held at St. Pius X on September 21 at 10:00 am and at St. Leo on September 30 at 6:30 pm. Please register via the Archdiocesan website at https://archomaha.org/safe-environment/.
Join us at the SPSL Fall Fundraiser "Journey To A Brighter Tomorrow"
The annual School Fundraiser will be Saturday, October 26, 2019 at Creighton Prep.
The theme “Journey To A Brighter Tomorrow” represents our school’s trailblazing mission of enriching the minds and faith of our children, and future students– while embracing our diversity and service to our community.
Brand new this year!–you may bid on “Bucket List” trips and travel experiences as an opportunity for you to journey to an exciting destination, with the added bonus of supporting the needs of our school. We call that a win-win vacation!
Stay tuned for more details about this year’s exciting fundraiser!!
Lori Rusch and Stephanie Basham, 2019 Co-Chairs
Madonna School and Community Based Services events
As a partner of Madonna School and Community Based Services, our families are invited to their upcoming events. Those events are:
A celebration of Sister Evangeline’s (Madonna’s foundress) 100th birthday with an evening Mass at St. Pius X on September 25 with a reception to follow in the parish center. The mass will be celebrated by Archbishop Lucas and mass is open to the public and the light reception is free afterwards.
The Angel Fare luncheon on October 30 at 11:30 am at St. Robert Bellarmine parish with a presentation by author, speaker and advocate Madra Sikora. The luncheon fundraiser is $50 per person and requires an RSVP by October 21.
Help Madonna School win $25,000
Madonna School recently applied to become a recipient of First National Bank’s 2019 Community First Award and has advanced to the second round of voting! The award recognizes a local non-profit for having a positive impact on the Omaha community; the organization with the most votes will receive a $25,000 cash donation, and the second- and third-place winners will receive a $10,000 and $5,000 cash donation, respectively.
The second round of voting takes place next week (September 9-13), when nearly 5,000 First National Bank employees will have the opportunity to place daily votes for their favorite organization/project to advance as a finalist for the public vote. The Madonna community is asking for your help in encouraging others to support inclusive special education and adult services with their votes!
What You Can Do To Help:
Share Facebook posts about the vote – you never know which one of your Facebook friends might work at First National
Reach out personally to any First National employees you may know … in conversation, via text or call OR by cutting and pasting this very email
Those who advance to the next round will be notified around September 18th – we hope to be sharing more good news with you then! Thank you for your support!
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