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Tuesday, January 27th

2015-2016 Pre-Registration
Catholic Schools Week
7th Gr Boys ND Bball game • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Wednesday, January 28th

Catholic Schools Week
AR Reward Day
2015-2016 Pre-Registration
8th Gr Girls Bball Game • 8:30pm - 9:30pm
Thursday, January 29th

Catholic Schools Week
2015-2016 Pre-Registration
5th Graders to the Symphony • 8:30am - 11:00am
Diocesan Religion Bowl • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Friday, January 30th

2015-2016 Pre-Registration
Catholic Schools Week
Elementary Choir to Sing the National Anthem @ Thunder Game • 7:05pm - 8:05pm
Saturday, January 31st

Catholic Schools Week
8th Gr Boys ND Bball Game • 9:00am - 10:00am
8th Gr Girls Bball Game • 11:00am - 12:00pm
8th Gr Boys Cathedral Bball Game • 1:00pm - 2:00pm

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Magdalen Awarded TWO Diocesan Honors

It was an exciting morning at Magdalen Catholic School as we kicked off Catholic Schools Week with special announcements at Mass.  Magdalen received TWO Diocesan awards: The St. Maximilian Kolbe Award for being a school community where faith is first and foremost AND Banner School 2014-2015. Congratulations to the entire Magdalen community on these awards!  Mr. Barr and I would like to thank all of our Pastoral and church staff, School staff and faculty, our families, students, and parishioners for their unwavering support of Catholic education!

God Bless!
Kristin Schmitz
Jeremy Barr

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Catholic Schools Week | Jan. 24- Feb. 1

2015 Catholic Schools Week Events

January 24th - February 1st   

“Catholic Schools: Opening the Doors of Faith, Knowledge, and Service”

 

Saturday, Jan. 24th – Sunday, Jan. 25th  

§  Family Volunteer Weekend

Monday, Jan. 26th

 

“Community Day”

 

§  Religion Bee after Mass (approximately 8:40)

§  Families can fill out a “ticket” if they volunteered in the community over the weekend. We will draw several tickets at the end of the day. All children in that family will receive a bag of Skittles.

§  Barrel O’ Bucks in office for Drexel Fund. If it’s filled by the end of the week, students will earn a free dress day

Tuesday, Jan. 27th

“Clergy and Religious Appreciation Day”

§  “Tip Your Hat to the Clergy”- Students may bring a hat to wear after Mass.

Wednesday, Jan. 28th

 

“Student Appreciation Day”

 

§  “Comfortably Catholic Day”- Students may wear sweatpants and shirts from MCS, any Catholic college/ high school (Notre Dame, Kapaun, Newman, etc.). Plain colored sweatpants with a small logo or simple stripe are allowed. Yoga pants and tights are not allowed. No writing on the “bottom” area.

§  No homework and no test/quizzes/projects due on Thursday.

§  Ice Cream Sundaes for kids in afternoon.

Thursday, Jan. 29th  

 

“St. Katharine Drexel Day”

 

§  “A Walk in Sister’s Shoes” – In honor of St. Katharine Drexel, students may bring a choice of shoes and silly socks to wear after Mass.

§  Adoration with a visiting brother 

§  Student Faith Witness Awards will be announced after Mass.

§  “Drexel Drive-in Diner” in afternoon. Classes will go to cafeteria to buy/eat treats and watch a movie.

Friday, Jan. 30th  

 

“Teacher and Staff Appreciation Day”

§  Free Jean Day- Students may wear a shirt from any Catholic college, high school, or MCS.

§   “Staff vs. 8th Grade Competition”- Minute to Win It.

vParents and grandparents are invited to lunch and Mass all week.


If you would like to RSVP for a few of out Stewardship Activities, please click here to signuphttp://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4fa5ab2aaafe3-catholic

 

MCS Elementary Choir to Perform at Thunder Game

A Message from Nurse Carla

Flu season is upon us.  The CDC has declared this a flu epidemic. The flu vaccine is not as effective and is only providing partial protection against this strain of the virus. Kansas City is reporting its most widespread flu season in years.  We all know that means its headed our way.  To prepare for the flu season I am sending out some important facts and reminders about the flu.  Extra attention should be given when wiping off door handles and water fountains.   The best sources for spreading infection are our hands.  Let’s keep our kids healthy. 

Important Flu Tips:

***Wash your hands with warm water and soap.  Wash frequently.

***Cough into your elbow not on your hands. 

***Use hand sanitizer when washing is not an option.

***If you’re running a fever do not come to school.  Do not medicate the fever and then come to school.  You can expose many people to the flu.

***Stay home and rest.

***Drink plenty (8-10 8 oz. glasses) of non-caffeinated fluids.

Flu symptoms:

Cold, cough, fever, chills, dizziness, vomiting

If you have been exposed to the flu and start having these symptoms, visit your doctor as soon as possible.

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Our Vision

Awakening in the soul the beauty of God's truth, through academic excellence.

 

Our Mission

Developing Catholic students to become faithful stewards of God’s gifts.