Dear Seton Families,
How quickly the month of September flew by! As fall begins, we are into our first major fund raiser and service project. There also are some fun events planned by H.A.S,A, Please read through the entire E-Blast for many important announcements. Have a wonderful weekend!
Rainy Season is still with us – remember those ponchos to stay dry!
HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION (H.A.S.A.) NEEDS YOU!!
Our first H.A.S.A. meeting will be on Tuesday, October 9th at 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Center. Please join us to hear about all the exciting things and fun events that are planned in the coming months.
Help is needed to create graphic design and layout for our marketing publications (print ads, brochures, flyers, etc.). If you are interested, please contact Dr. Dianne Fabii (email@example.com). This may be a volunteer (earn hours) or paid (earn money) assignment.
SPANISH CLASS ~ VOLUNTEER HOURS
Mrs. Cole needs the following items for the Spanish class: Kleenex, paper towels, wipes and pencils. Please donate any of these items and receive volunteer hours. Thank you!
STUDENTS OF THE WEEK
We are pleased to announce the following students were recognized as student of the week in their classes:
- PreK-3: Emma Daschke
- PreK-4: Nina Gonzalez
- Kindergarten: Brooklyn Long
- 1st Grade: Aiden Meinert
- 2nd Grade: Savannah Waligora
Congratulations on your good work!
VIRTUE OF THE MONTH
In September, students have been focusing on the virtue of LOVE. There are many opportunities to demonstrate love in action at home and school. Encourage students to participate in the Respect for Life service project that we are doing in conjunction with Community Pregnancy Clinics.
STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTION RESULTS
Congratulations to the new Seton Student Council Officers:
- President: Daniel DeLaar
- Vice-President: Victoria Casella
- Secretary: Sara Henao Blandon
- Treasurer: Jackson Weaver
BLUE ZONE TIP OF THE WEEK:
Eat mindfully and stop when 80% full.
FABULOUS FUNDRAISER KICKS OFF THIS WEEK!!
Our YANKEE CANDLE FUNDRAISER starts on October 1st and runs through October 12th. Our school benefits from 40% of the proceeds! Look for the information packets and catalogs that were sent home TODAY.
Parents/Guardians can shop online via www.yankeecandlefundraising.com. Enter the group number 999972306 in the “Start Shopping” box. Any orders purchased online will pay for shipping/tax, and the products will be shipped directly to your home. Online orders will continue until January 1st.
If you order through the packet, no sales tax is collected, and all products will go home with the student. Also, please keep the pink copy as your receipt. Return only the yellow/white copy with all the correct information filled out. Don’t forget students’ names and teachers’ names.
The deadline to turn in all packets is Friday, October 12th.
Last year SES H.A.S.A. raised $6,000 profit from the Yankee Candle Sales, so please sell, sell, sell. This year we hope to top our profit from last year. Remember that all money made from this fundraiser benefits Seton students. Get an early start on holiday shopping and help our school at the same time!
Any questions/concerns, please contact Robin Harhen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support!!
SETON SCHOOL WIDE SERVICE PROJECT
In conjunction with Respect for Life Month during October, our school is partnering with Community Pregnancy Clinics (CPCI) in Collier County. This organization provides many support services for mothers and babies in need, including pregnancy health services, counseling, crisis intervention, prenatal classes and material support. Our partnership with CPCI offers an opportunity to support a culture of life by contributing to help many families in the area who have minimal resources.
A development coordinator from CPCI spoke with all students today and middle school students had a brief tour of the CPCI’s mobile clinic. Each class was given a Baby Bottle Bank to collect money throughout the month of October. Additionally, there are donation bins in the Parish Center to collect baby items such as diapers, wipes, baby wash/shampoo, and new or gently used baby clothes in sizes newborn through 5T.
See the flyer for more information. Your generosity in supporting this worthy service project is most appreciated.
POPPIN POPCORN TIME for 4th and 5th Grade
Fourth and Fifth Grades will be selling bags of popcorn to raise money for a two-part field trip. These classes will be traveling to Florida Gulf Coast University and the Corkscrew Swamp. The popcorn will cost 50 cents per bag. The popcorn will be delivered to classrooms on Friday, October 5th. Please give your money to your classroom teacher no later than Thursday, October 4th.
BIG EVENTS!! MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!
TRUNK OR TREAT!
Friday, October 26, 2018 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the school and parish parking lots
Get your costume ready and your candy bucket too! There will be pizza, treats, and water bottles for sale in the Parish Center!
To make this event possible, the following items are needed:
- Families to sign up to enter a decorated car/distribute candy, make donations of water bottles/treats, and/or volunteer at the event! *Any questions about signing up your car trunk please contact Miss Watson (email@example.com)
- Donations of water bottles (regular size or mini) and store-bought treats (i.e. cookies, cupcakes, brownies, & mini chip bags). Please drop off donations to Ms. Kelly at the front office starting on Monday, October 17th. Please know that we are serving the items on 10/28 and expiration dates for treats need to comply for us to serve. *Any questions about treat donations please contact Ms. Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Volunteers are needed for set-up, serving food, and clean-up! *Please contact Mrs. Eastman at (email@example.com) to sign up!
CHUCK E CHEESE NIGHT – SAVE THE DATE!
Friday, November 2, 2018 from 3 to 8 p.m.
CHRISTMAS CONCERT – SAVE THE DATE!
Tuesday, December 4, 2018. Time TBA
SANTA STROLL WALK-A-THON – SAVE THE DATE!
December 7, 2018. Time TBA
SETON ANNUAL GALA/AUCTION – SAVE THE DATE!
Evening of Saturday, April 6, 2019 at The Vineyards Country Club. Time TBA
COMMUNITY EVENTS AT ST. AGNES PARISH
5K Walk/Run for Life – Saturday, October 6: The main purpose of this event is to promote a respect life message while encouraging healthy living (body and soul). Proceeds will benefit Pro-Life Causes in Collier County area.
International Festival – Sunday, October 21: The community of St. Agnes comes together to experience food, drink, attire and entertainment from different countries. As of now we have 20 countries from Colombia, Germany, Italy, Mexico and much more.
The Called and Gifted Workshop – Saturday, October 27: A one-day live presentation by Mary Sharon Moore and Charlie Hoover of the Catherine of Siena Institute, Colorado Springs, Colorado. The session will be on the nature of charisms, call, vocation and the process of discernment. Download the Flyer for this event here.