We are all so excited to celebrate Catholic Schools Week! Below is the agenda for next week.
Monday – Friday we will be collecting items for Our Lady of the Road and St. Margaret’s House. Third Grade is collecting sugar. Monetary donations will also be accepted and will be divided up between the two organizations.
**If your child chooses not to participate in the daily themes, please have them follow regular school uniform guidelines.
Celebrating the Nation – Monday, January 28, 2019
- Students may wear red, white, & blue or their favorite American team’s jersey
- Students may wear jeans on this day
Celebrating Students – Tuesday, January 29, 2019
- Students may come dressed as a favorite storybook, novel or movie character
- Students will read for 30 minutes at some point throughout the school day
Celebrating Vocations – Wednesday, January 30, 2019
- Dress Up Day
- Students will celebrate Mass together
Celebrating Community – Thursday, January 31, 2019
- Mismatch Day
- Crazy Hair Day
- 100th Day of School
- Pep Rally from 2:15-2:45
- Student Council will recognize athletes, cheerleaders will perform cheers and Spirit Stick will be awarded
- Fun basketball activities
Celebrating Faculty, Staff, and Volunteers – Friday, February 2, 2019
- Dress down and CKS Pride day
- Drop Everything and Dance Day – throughout the day Mrs. Wiginton will play songs for about a minute for the kids to dance to
Dress Up Day Guidelines:
Boys may wear dress pants, dress shirts, dress shoes, sweater or vest of any color. Ties are optional and not required. Girls may wear dresses and skirts, no shorter than two inches above the knee. Dress pants may also be worn. Sleeveless or spaghetti strap garments must be worn with a sweater. Clothes should be loose fitting and appropriate for a Catholic school. Tops must touch the collarbone. Shoes must have a heel no more than 1 ½ inches for safety reason. All shoes must have a back strap on them. Other acceptable items are nail polish and earrings of your choice. Makeup must be light (not noticeable), no boots, flip flops, or high heels more than 1 ½ inches tall for dress up day. Jeans, cargo pants, and sweatpants may not be worn on Dress Up Day.
Dress Down Day Guidelines:
Students may wear sweatpants (no writing on the backside), jeans, cargo pants, or khaki pants. T-shirts are allowed but they must follow the regular dress code (with no cap sleeves). All tops must touch the collarbone.