K- important keyboard buttons, keyboarding, Starfall letters
1st- Raz-Kids, keyboarding
2nd- Hour of Code
3rd- Planning a trip (Google Maps and checking weather forecasts)
4th- Finishing CA Missions podcasts
5th- St. Mary’s Cathedral online research
6th- Technology timelines
7th- Internet Safety Lesson: Online privacy and predators
8th- Nike shoe assignment, e-waste project
Thursday, April 13 – 12:00 PM dismissal. Extended Care in the morning is available. Holy Thursday Prayer Service in Church at 11:00AM. Students must be in full uniform. All are welcome. Office closes at 1:00PM. No after school extended care. Extended care payments are due.
Friday, April 14 – Sunday, April 23 – EASTER VACATION
Monday, April 24 – 2:30 PM dismissal. Extended Care available.
Tuesday, April 25 – 3:00 PM dismissal. Extended Care available.
Wednesday, April ...Continue Reading →
5 April 2017
Families with a Scrip Balance: You can continue to purchase scrip until you fulfill your scrip commitment of $4000 on or before May 15. As has been our practice, scrip inventory will no longer be replenished after April 7. After Spring Break, you can only purchase what is left in inventory. The order form will be updated every Monday however sale will be on a first come first serve basis ...Continue Reading →
April 5, 2017
Dear Parents and Guardians,
We wish to congratulate and extend our gratitude to Joel Cayanan, his leadership team and parent volunteers for coordinating last Saturday’s Lobster Dinner and Dance. The food was delicious, the music high-stepping, the raffle prizes dazzling and the community spirit terrific. Thanks for your support and participation.
The recent candy sale profit was $9,480.00. This goes to support our operating budget. Student prizewinners for sales attended Chuck E. Cheese yesterday and middle/junior high winners will be ...Continue Reading →
Athletics Update for the week of April 5
Please join us for our track meet this Sunday, April 9th at 12:30 pm at Aragon High School. Track participants please arrive at 11:30 am.
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 →
The St. Dunstan Youth Ministry Program is open to all young people in 7th-12thgrades. If you would like to be included on our email list, or if you are interested in learning more about our Youth Ministry ...