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St. Patrick's Mission Statement
Saint Patrick School is dedicated to the achievement of all students.  As a school community, we seek to encourage every student to reach their academic potential and be an example of our Catholic identity by living the Gospel message in service to others.

*Homework Club every Wednesday (2:50 - 3:30)

*Birthday Treats may be brought* to school for students in Grades Pre-K through Grade 8.  Early Childhood students may enjoy the treat during snack.  Grades 1 to 8 may enjoy the treat during lunch.  It is requested that birthday treats be already prepared in original packaging in individual servings.  All treats should be MINIMAL and NUTRITIOUS.  For the safety of all students, homemade treats cannot be brought, given out or consumed in school.  The school nurse and teacher has the right to not allow a treat to be served that does not comply with these guidelines.  Candy is not permitted.  Balloons, party favors and the like are not permitted. Birthdays may be celebrated in school, provided the parent requested permission ahead of time. At least one week prior to the event, the parent of the birthday child must communicate to the school nurse through email exactly what is to be served. The nurse will then contact the families of those students with allergies.

*No Fuss Lunch has informed the school that they will no longer provide any food to children whose parent did not order it and approve it prior due to liability issues.  Parents will be called as soon as possible to inform them that their child does not have a lunch.  Please note that fast food and delivery will not be accepted per the handbook.  Due to allergy and medical concerns, St. Patrick School 
can not provide lunch 
unless it is purchased by the parent or guardian through No Fuss Lunch or brought from home due to allergy related risk.  

Debra Bruner

Grade 5 -  Homeroom

Grade 4 - Social Studies

Grade 5- Social Studies

Grade 6 - Social Studies

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