A Message to Parents

Dear Parents, 

If you are a junior parent and you missed the Junior Parent Planning meeting on Oct. 16, our counselors, Bridget Hamak and Mary Quick, will host a brief college planning session for junior parents on both conference nights - at 6:45 in the Hall of Fame room (room right next to the boys' locker room in the North Gym).  They will speak to you about beginning the college process and answer your questions. 

The Cathedral Dance Team is having a Pancake Breakfast this Sunday, November 12th from 9am-12pm at the St. Cloud Country Club. This is a fundraiser for the team.  Tickets are $10 per adult or $5 for ages 12 and under. Please come and support our danceteam!

7th grade parents: Tomorrow (Friday) night is the adult social in the Breakroom at the Great River Bowl in Sartell from 7:00-9:00. Come meet other parents from this class. We currently have about 40 adults attending. Other evening gatherings will be organized sometime after the Christmas holiday season, if you cannot attend this one.

Conferences tonight and Monday 4:00 - 7:00 pm. You will be able to pick up your student's 1st quarter report card at that time.  For new parents: all of the high school teachers are located in the North Gym and the middle school teachers are in the Cafeteria.  There are no individual conference times.  Parents wait in fairly short lines for a five-minute conversation with each teacher.  The lines are always much shorter the second night. 


Our annual Grandparents' Day is just around the corner on Nov. 21. If you are new to Cathedral, we want to be able to send your student's grandparents an invitation.  Contact Rose in the Main Office with the address or click back to this email with that information.  We'll send them a nice invitation to enjoy a great breakfast and Mass with grandchild(ren).  If you have given us those addresses in the past, grandparents will automatically receive an invitation.  This day is one of the highlights of the school year, with hundreds of grandparents joining us that morning.  I will also explain this day to our 7th graders.



Lynn Grewing