Catholic Schools Week 2019

Catholic Schools Week 2019

This week:

Monday 1/28 – Celebrating Our Nation

• Regular School Uniform and add something patriotic (red, white and blue) ties, socks, pins, scarfs.
• Science Fair Junior High – will be open to students and parents 1pm-5pm
• Service Project: Letters to local fire departments, police and EMS

Tuesday 1/29 – Celebrating Our Students

• Blue and White Dress Down Day 
• Cheerleaders and Basketball Players wear their sports uniforms
• Blue/White Wacky Hair Day
• Free pizza (1 slice per student), cookies and drink for lunch (additional snacks, drinks and pizza may be purchased)
• Pep Rally- 1:00pm- all invited
• Service Project: Donations of non-perishable goods for local organization

Wednesday 1/30 – Celebrating Our Community

• Regular School Uniforms… students can wear Hawaiian shirts and accents 
• Service Project: Donations of pet supplies/toys for a local animal rescue program
• 8th Grade Knights of Columbus Spelling Bee
• Open House for parishioners and perspective families to enjoy coffee and refreshments and to visit the school for a closed door open house from 9-11am
• Family Luncheon – orders placed with Chick-fil-A. Mrs. Pritchett, our Chick-fil-A coordinator, with the helps of her committee will organize orders, where families will be stationed and provide further details to the families and teachers
• Talent Show Dress Rehearsal

Thursday 1/31 – Celebrating Vocations

• Gym uniforms Dress Down Day 
• Talent Show- 9:00 am and/or 6:30 pm- all invited
• 8:00am ARCS Moms’ Circle of Prayer – Pray the Rosary together
• Vocation Speaker
• Service Project: Students can bring a donation for baby gifts to be given to a local organization during the day and parents can bring it as their admission cost for the evening show

Friday 2/1 – Celebrating Our Faculty, Staff and Volunteers

• Regular School Uniforms – baseball caps, see note below.
• Liturgy-9:00 (by 1st grade) – all invited
• Coffee available for guest after Mass – all invited
• School wide Bingo 10:30am – parents welcome to attend
• Caps for AtlantiCare – This will be the kick-off for Ribbons of Hope helping to raise awareness and funds for individuals battling cancer. Donate $2 to wear your favorite baseball cap to school and donations will be made to AtlantiCare Cancer facility through Ribbons of Hope/Field Day

News Categories

RAMS Review 9/22/20

Lunch Menu September

ARCS 2020-2021 School Plan

A Letter From Ms. Dollinger

A message from the Superintendent of Catholic Schools 7/2/2020

Update from Joan Dollinger Principal ARCS 7/1/2020

Remote Learning Day 52

Remote Learning Day 51

Remote Learning Day 50

Remote Learning Day 49