A Message to Parents
Grandparents' Day: if your child's grandparent is new to this day, here
are a few helpful instructions. There is parking straight across from
the South Building in the west lot. There is a Handicapped Door on the
east end of the South Building. This leads right to the elevator.
Breakfast serving begins at 7:45 am.
Grandparents may choose to have their picture taken first rather than
wait in a serving line. Grandma and Grandpa should coordinate their
arrival and meeting place with grandchildren. Sometimes grandparents
wait quite awhile for their grandchildren to show up. I suggest that
they phone each other when they arrive. Students will be waiting to
meet them at the door, in the foyer, or downstairs in the cafeteria.
The schedule for the event is simple: breakfast and conversation,
photos, tours if time, and Mass with Bishop Kinney presiding. The event
is concluded at the end of Mass at about 10:15 am.
Parents are welcome at our liturgy. If you have a grandparent with
mobility issues, you should feel free to accompany them. Grandparents
will receive their photos in December.
A reminder that we ask students to wear Cathedral shirts or sweatshirts.
Take a few minutes to look at the photo montage that's available on our website: www.cathedralcrusaders.org. There are a lot of smiling faces!
Chamernick leads our accreditation process. You will be receiving a
parent survey from him soon. Please take a few minutes to answer these
survey questions (anonymous). We have our accreditation visit in April
A note from Campus Minister Deb Schnettler about our Food Drive:
Our goal was 10,000 points which equates to $10,000 of buying power/food for Catholic Charities food shelf emergency services.
We reached $13,455.00!!!
We did it this year with no double point days, and few incentive extras.
Catholic Charities is THRILLED!!!
this time of year, we send our thanks to you parents for your continued
support for Cathedral: teachers, support staff, administrators,
coaches, programs, and activities. You are the primary educators of
your children and we partner with parents in the challenging and
rewarding job of educating and forming young adults. It is our
responsibility to echo those messages that students hear at home about
responsibility, work ethic, and commitment. We’re all saying the same
thing and sharing the same goal: to raise educated, caring young adults
with integrity and faith.
Thank you for sharing your children with us and believing in us.
Posted on Tue, November 24, 2015
by CHS Editor