This coming week, we will be celebrating Catholic Schools Week at St. John’s. From January 31st-February 6th, we will have different celebrations and events for the week of festivities.
Sunday, January 31st – Celebrate Our Parish – Mercy That Loves
Catholic Schools Week celebration at 11:30 a.m. Mass. Students will be participating in the prelude music; through the liturgy as lectors, cantors, Eucharistic ministers, and greeters; and cookies provided by PTO after Mass.
Monday, February 1st – Celebrate Our School – Mercy That Welcomes
Prior to Catholic Schools Week, families have been asked to create a depiction of the theme, “What I Like About Going to a Catholic School” or “Our School is a Place Where I Can…”. These pictures/images will be used to create a collage on the cafeteria wall.
Tuesday, February 2nd – Celebrate Our Staff – Mercy That Instructs
PTO will be providing a luncheon for the St. John’s staff and the Junior High will be featuring the projects they have been working on at the History Fair.
Wednesday, February 3rd – Celebrate Our Families and Community – Mercy That Lives The Gospel
This is the National Appreciation Day for Catholic Schools. The students will participate in a Crazy Hat and Crazy Sock Day, and in place of homework, they will be providing some form of service that day.
Thursday, February 4th – Celebrate Our Vocations – Mercy That Is Missionary
There will be a K-12 Mass that is concelebrated to celebrate our pastors and Sisters in our community.
Friday, February 5th – Celebrate Our Students – Mercy That Rejoices
The students will enjoy a day that will include a movie, popcorn provided by PTO, a pep rally at the end of the day, and random prizes based on age-groups in which all students are entered for free of charge.
Saturday, February 6th – Celebrate A Beautiful Week!