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Week of October 18, 2021

**First Quarter Report Cards will be emailed home on Monday, 10/18

Mark your calendar:

  • Oct. 20 – Chick Fil A Night 5-8:00 p.m. 5825 Airport Pulling Rd N
  • Oct. 22 – Trunk or Treat 6-8:00 p.m. (see updated info.)
  • Oct. 25-27 – Boo Grams being sold before school (send a Halloween message and treat to someone special for $1)
  • Oct. 27 – Student picture day (mass uniform) – see attached flyer
  • Nov. 5 – Noon dismissal; Faculty Meeting
  • Nov. 10 – Veteran’s Day Mass & Tribute
  • Nov. 17 – Grateful, Thankful, Blessed Mass & Brunch- Campus Expansion Program donors
  • Nov. 22-29 – Thanksgiving break-no school
  • Nov. 28 – Advent begins
  • Dec 6-10 – Penguin Patch Christmas Shop for Students
  • Dec. 8 – Picture retakes/club pictures
  • Dec. 10 – Christmas Program 6pm
  • Dec. 17 – Noon dismissal; no aftercare
  • Dec. 20 – Jan 3 – Christmas break
  • Jan. 4 – Classes resume

A Salute to Veterans! Wed., Nov. 10, 2021 @ 9:00am

We will have a Veteran’s Day mass beginning at 9:00am followed by a Tribute to our Veterans given by the students. All takes place at SES church. Coffee/danish reception follows in the Parish Center. If you or someone you know is a veteran and able to attend, please RSVP by emailing the info. below to Mrs. Groch at or call 239-455-2262 ext. 321 by Oct. 22.

Name of Veteran attending: _____________________________________________________
Branch of Service: _________________________ Rank: ______________________________
Dates served (from-to): ________________________________________________________
Phone #: _______________________ Email: _______________________________________

In addition, the school will pray for any veterans unable to attend (living or deceased). Please forward name of any veteran with branch and dates of service (if known) you would like us to pray for. Thank You for Helping Us Honor Our Beloved Veterans!

Many thanks to our Golfers and Sponsors!

We are grateful for the 70 players who joined us for a fabulous day of golf on Fri., Oct. 15! We thank Tom Metzger and the Vineyards Country Club for their hospitality at such a beautiful venue. We also wish to acknowledge once again the sponsors who made this event a success for our school (all proceeds benefit our Campus Expansion Program):

SES Title Sponsors
Encore Urology, Naples

SES Team Sponsors
Dagnall Family, Euclid Chemical Co., Down to Earth Landscape

SES Event Sponsors
Mary & Barry Cohen, Harborview Realty, and Anon. Friend of Seton

Golf Sign Sponsor
Mark Pace at Bonita Print Shop

SES Course Sponsors
Juliana M. Kierstein, P.A.
Zynda Custom Homes & Remodeling, Inc.
Happily Ever After Consignments
Air Equipment LLC
Dise Wealth Management, Inc.
Unique Wood Floor Co.
Publix Charities
Peter and Lorie Bitzel
St. Agnes Catholic Church
Marco Office Supply
St. Elizabeth Seton Knights of Columbus
Fuller Funeral Home
The Gannon-Whiting Family
Ferguson Family
Trang Family
Metro Flooring Design
St. Vincent dePaul Society SES Conference
Eileen & Jim Craft
John Paxton
Doug & Claire Miraglia
Hilmoe Family

Golf Club Supporters
The Vineyards Country Club
Panther Run Golf Club
The National Golf & Country Club
Naples Grande Golf Club
Kensington Golf & Country Club
Copperleaf at the Brooks
The Rookery or Hammock Bay Golf & CC
Worthington Country Club
Spring Run Golf Club
Tiburon Golf Club
Foxfire Country Club
Eagle Creek Golf & CC
The Club at the Strand
The Glades Country Club

Prize Donations
Raptor Bay, Trader Joe’s,Tommy Bahama, Wynn’s Market, ParFit Naples

Grateful, Thankful, Blessed…Are We!

Since March 27, 2021, we have received $550,000 in donations and pledges for our Campus Expansion Program! If you are one of over 200 supporters who generously donated, please RSVP that you will join us for a Thanksgiving mass at SES Church on Wed., Nov. 17, 2021 at 9am with brunch following in the Parish Center, so we may express our gratitude in person!

Save the Date!

Saturday, March 26, 2022 – Seton 40th Anniversary Gala & Auction. This will be the Grand Finale to our 40th Anniversary celebration.

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