Poole’s Page January 26th, 2017

Poole’s Page January 26th, 2017

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Come See Our Catholic Schools Week Display.

It’s AWEsome!

Mass Tomorrow

Mass will be celebrated tomorrow Friday, January 27th at 10:00 am in the Monastery Chapel with Father Mike Hann.  All are Welcome!

 

Report Card Delay

Due to unforeseen issues with the Powerschool database, report cards will not be sent home tomorrow for grades 1-8. I will let you know when the issues have been resolved.

 

4th Grade Bake Sale is Tomorrow

4th grade bake sale is tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 27th.

 

Re-enrollment

Thank you to all who have sent in your re-enrollment form. Everyone has received re-enrollment information via email. Please complete the attached FORM and turn it in as soon as possible.  If we do not have your re-enrollment form in by Friday, February 10 we cannot assure placement for your child. Several grades, particularly in lower school, have received new applications and much interest.

 

Catholic Schools Week is Here!

Next week from Sunday, January 29th though February 3rd is Catholic Schools week. There are several activities to help celebrate our Catholic school. Sunday we will have an Open House at 1pm. Please spread the word with your friends and neighbors.

Also, all students are asked to proudly wear their uniform to Mass or their place of worship.  A list of further  Activities can be viewed HERE.

 

Catholic Schools Week Meal Packing Service Project

Our Service Project for January during Catholic Schools week is to provide weekend meals to school aged children in Prince William County Schools. These students rely on their school to provide them with breakfast and lunch each weekend and on school breaks. Please bring in items listed HERE and place them in the boxes in the front hallway by Tomorrow, January 27th.    Our students will help pack meals on February 2nd for kids in our communities to have weekend meals.

 

GREEK NIGHT!

We want to hear you shout, “Opa!” as you enjoy your “Greek Night” dinner provided by the LHS Class of 2017!  Orders and payments are due on or before Wednesday, February 1st.  Pick up your delicious dinner at LHS on Friday, February 10th.  Greek Night information, the menu (pages 1 & 2) and the order form are attached here for your convenience.  For questions, please contact Mary Stern, the “Cool Cuisine” rep, at maryastern@gmail.com.

 

Reminder of Speed Limit Around School

We have had a few near misses. For the safety of all, please travel at 5mph around the school grounds. Also, a firm reminder to refrain from using your cell phone while driving on school property.

 

From Our Preschool

The New Year has brought new and exciting adventures in the Fish class.  We are taking on new responsibilities with some new classroom jobs.  The students are very eager to find out what their job is for the day.  We have been learning about winter, snow and polar animals.  We even painted with ice–what a cool experience that was!  We also began trying to draw pictures of ourselves.  So proud of how well our Fish friends worked drawing their circle faces and adding their facial features.  We have so much fun exploring and learning new things in the Fish class.

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Leo Club Happenings

The Leo Club will be helping out at the Annual Manassas Host Lions Club Groundhog Pancake Supper.  The Supper is taking place on Saturday, February 4th, 4:30 – 7:30 pm at The Rock (Old Marsteller MS) at the Manassas Baptist Church, 8730 Sudley Road, Manassas

 

Girls Winter Training Begins Next Friday

Coach Sarah Poole is holding winter training sessions for all girls in grades 5-8, especially those who might be interested in playing soccer in the Spring. The sessions will be held every Friday from 3:30-5pm beginning tomorrowJanuary 27th. If your daughter is interested, please email Mrs. Poole (lpoole@lintonhall.edu)

 

cub scout coat driveCUB SCOUTS’ KEEP ‘EM WARM COAT DRIVE

Linton Hall School’s Pack 1922 cub scouts would like to sincerely thank the LHS families and friends, who generously donated their gently-used coats, scarves, hats, gloves/mittens, snow pants, and boots throughout the months of December – January! We wrapped up our Keep ‘Em Warm Coat Drive on Thursday, January 12th, and will deliver the last our donations next week to Volunteer Prince William! In all, our generous school community donated approximately 255 coats to those in need in Prince William County! We would also like to thank F.H. Furr and their marketing rep, Clare Mathews, for their amazing support of our school.

 

Spirit Nights

Put your skates and roller blades on!  Our next Spirit Night is February 7th at SKATE-N-FUN ZONE from 6-8pm.  This is a private skate party, so we will have the place to ourselves!  If you’ve never been, Skate-N-Fun Zone also offers laser tag, food, and a play area for kids.  Bring your FLYER.

 

Family Freeze Dance

Mark your calendars!  The 3rd annual Family Freeze Dance will be Friday, February 24th from 6pm-8pm!  Join us for a fun evening of dancing, food and friendship!  And wait until you see our raffle prizes!  More info and early registration forms coming home soon.  Looking forward to seeing you there!

 

Box Tops

Keep clipping those Box Tops!  Please turn in all, unexpired  Box Tops, by Friday February 24 to your homeroom teachers.  The winning class and winning student in K-8 and also the preschool will receive a prize for their efforts!  The winning student will be chosen by a cumulative total of Box Tops turned in from the beginning of the year.  Helpful hints:  Check to see if the Box Tops have expired.  Expired Box Tops cannot be used!  Participation is important!  The smallest class can still win if it has more participation than the largest class- so rally your classmates and get clipping!

Prizes!  The K-8 class that brings in the most unexpired Box Tops will get an extra recess and the winning K-8 student will get a dress down day.  Days/time to be chosen by the teacher.  The winning preschool class will have a pajama day and the winning preschool student will get to bring in their favorite stuffed animal.  Days/time to be chosen by the teacher.

 

 

Linton Hall School Inclement Weather Policy

Now that winter is in full swing, we would like to remind our parents of Linton Hall School’s inclement weather policy. In general, LHS is guided by the Prince William County Schools inclement weather decisions. But please read carefully for specific policy differences and communication methods.

  • If PWC schools are closed, Linton Hall School will be closed. 
  • If PWC schools have a one or two hour delay schedule, LHS will follow suit.
    • 1 hr delay 9:00-9:15am Arrival; Extended day will begin at 8:00am
    • 2hrs delay 10:00-10:15 am Arrival; Extended day will begin at 9:00am
  • If PWC schools close early, LHS will determine a closing time and notify the school community by posting the dismissal time on the LHS website and sending a community wide email.  Please check these two sources first before calling the school office.  The website will be kept up to date as soon as decisions are made.  Extended day will end at 5:00pm.
  • If a delay occurs on a day we are scheduled for an 11:45am dismissal, there will be no school.
  • If  PWC cancels after school activities, all LHS after school activities are also cancelled.  Extended will end at 5pm.
  • All Linton Hall School parents are encouraged to subscribe to the PWC E-news.  Subscribers to e-news can choose to receive closing announcements by email, text message, or both. The sign up for e-news can be found on the PWCS website at pwcs.edu, click the PWCS E-News icon in the Quicklinks.
  • Our emergency system, School Messenger, will only be used if PWC schools are not is session and LHS has to make a decision in case of inclement weather.

 

 

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