For more information about the Men’s Club
E-mail Tony Fabbi at email@example.com
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Thursday, April 27 – 3:00 PM dismissal. Extended Care available. Confirmation at 5:00 PM.
Friday, April 28 – 3:00 PM dismissal. Extended Care available.
Saturday, April 29 – Parent/Son Hollywood Night. Must RSVP to attend. See Wednesday Communication.
Sunday, April 30 – First Communion
Monday, May 1 – 2:30 PM dismissal. Extended Care available.
Tuesday, May 2 – 3:00 PM dismissal. Extended Care available.
Wednesday, May 3 – 3:00 PM dismissal. Extended Care available. Room Parent Meeting.
Thursday, May 4 – 3:00 ...Continue Reading →
12 April 2017
SCRIP will be available again the week of April 24, after Spring Break.
The Scrip Program is the top fundraiser of Saint Dunstan Catholic School.
It bridges the gap between tuition and operating expenses.
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April 12, 2017
Dear Parents and Guardians,
On behalf of our school community I wish all our families a joyful Easter and restful school break. School resumes April 24, which is Earth Week. The school office will be closed during break. Tomorrow, Holy Thursday, is a minimum day 12:00 dismissal. The school office will close at 1:00pm. There will be no afternoon extended care.
There will be a parent meeting on May 4 in the Parish Center starting at 7:00 pm. The purpose ...Continue Reading →
Athletics Update for the week of April 12
Tonight, we have practice at Skyline College from
COATS FOR KIDS CAMPAIGN
Invites you to please help us collect used coats for our current national “Coats for Kids Campaign.” This charitable event is a collaboration between St. Dunstan School and the local Knights of Columbus Council. Its purpose is to benefit impoverished children presently in need of aid and working with local Catholic charity programs.
The week of March 14, during Lent, please bring a used “gently worn” coat, that you no longer want, which will fit children ...Continue Reading →
Team Green News
The amount of wood and paper we throw away each year is enough to heat 50,000,000 homes for 20 years.
8th Grade Recycling Duty
4/3-4/7 Maya and
4/10-4/12 Veronica C. and Katarina
5/1-5/5 Kalel and Paul
5/8-5/12 Kaya and Claire
5/16-5/19 Darleen and Charlize
5/22-5/26 Maanit and Gavin
7th Grade Compost/Recycling Duty
6th Grade Paper Monitors
4/3 – 4/7 Regina and Chloe
4/10 – 4/14 Aiden and ...Continue Reading →