Dining for Dollars at Cafe Salsa–Countryside, April 11 – FLYER (Required)
Bake Sale, April 14 – The St. Cletus Council of Catholic Women will host their Third Annual Bake Sale in the Parish Center this Sunday, April 14, from 7:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Proceeds from this sale benefit their Educational Scholarship Fund. Bakers are needed; please drop off your goodies at the Parish Center on Saturday, April 13, between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. On Palm Sunday, stop by the Parish Center before or after the Pancake Breakfast and see what treats you’d like to bring home!
Annual Fund Drive –
No gift is too small for our Annual Fund Drive. Every dollar counts toward helping “fill the gap” between the actual cost to educate one child at St. Cletus and the amount paid by our school families. This year’s Annual Fund goal is $45,000. Donate On-line
or send a check (payable to St. Cletus School) or cash to the school office. Your generosity is always greatly appreciated!
Spring Auction Success! –
There are a few items left to bid on, plus there are still some spots available for sign-up parties. Click HERE
to take a look and/or sign up!
– read it HERE
Second Grade Brownies “Books & Recess Toys” Collection for a School in India – Throughout the month of March, the St. Cletus second grade Brownies are collecting gently used books (Pre-K to 5th grade reading level) and lightweight outdoor toys such as jump ropes, balls, etc. for students at Bhoodevi Shishu Mandir School (grades 1 to 5) in Dereshpur, India, a rural, very poor community outside of New Delhi. Items should be dropped off in a collection box in the Morrissey Hall lobby until Friday, April 12.
Enrollment for 2019-20 School Year –
to enroll now (current school families).
- Box Tops Collection for Cash – Last school year we earned approximately $1,000 from Box Tops collections–the proceeds from this important fundraiser go toward the school’s operating budget. Please submit your Box Tops using This Form. Print out as many forms as you need and submit them to the school office.
- Stay-at-Home Guidelines for Student Illness – Read this Important Letter
- Summer Learning for Students – Simple Solutions Flyer