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Newsletter 4-12-2017

posted Apr 12, 2017, 5:26 PM by Derik Thompson   [ updated Apr 12, 2017, 5:26 PM ]

Annunciation Catholic School will close at 12 noon on Holy Thursday, April13, 2017.  There will be NO aftercare.  Classes resume on Monday, April 24th. Students are allowed to wear Easter/Spring clothes on Thursday. The ACS staff would like to wish all our school family members a safe, holy, and happy Easter season.


Mr. Derik will keep the “Happy Camper” Book Fair open until 5:00 P.M. on Thursday.  It is the perfect opportunity for you to purchase books for your child’s Easter basket.  Thanks to everyone who has patronized the Book Fair this week.  All proceeds go back into the library/media center.


The 80th Children’s Coronation will be held on Saturday, April 29th beginning at 6:00 P.M. in the Bogalusa High School auditorium.  We need strong help with electric screwdrivers (especially from Kindergarten families who are participating) to put up the bleachers, ramps, and backdrops on Sunday, April 23rdAt 1:30 P.M., we will gather at the storage building next to the KC pavilion on Avenue C to load items.  These items will be transported and assembled at BHS. This job is not bad if we have lots of strong male help. Then on Sunday, April 30th at 1:30 P.M., we reverse the process to take everything down and return it to ACS.  If you have someone strong in your family who can volunteer for either or both days, it would be greatly appreciated. Do not forget to bring an electric screwdriver.


Fourth and Fifth Grade Parents, please note that your lunch at ACS has been moved until Friday, April 28th.  This a change from the date listed on the calendar. Please mark the change on the ACS calendar.


We still have  24 boxes of World’s Finest Assorted Chocolate bars to sell.  I appreciate all that you have done.  If you need some to sell over the Easter break, call Terry.  We will be happy to send some home with your child.


Enjoy your family during this Easter holiday. When we return, there will be only five weeks of school left.  Where has this year gone?