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 For the remainder of the month of December:

(Please do check the calendar on the school website for the most up to date information: www.sthelenacatholicschool.org)



Jumprope for Heart: Coming Soon

SHCS's annual fitness fundraiser coming in February. Look for the sponsor forms being sent home early as we head to break. Christmas is a great time to ask family and friends.


Scholastic Book Fair:

A rousing success! Thanks PTO for all you do!



Thursday, 12/18  SHCS Choir Concert and Christmas Pageant

  *Choir practice: morning 8:00 am

  *Choir Concert: in school gym, starts @ 6:30

  *Christmas pageant: in school gym starts @ 7:00pm


Friday, 12/19  Early dismissal  @ 12:00 noon

     Movie time at the Cameo, as SHCS has done in the past.  Walk from school for a 9:30 start time.  Return after movie for some holiday fun in the classroom before going home.  No lunch scheduled.
JANUARY:
No hot lunch available on Monday and Tuesday, January 5th and 6th.  Public School is closed.
 
 
Merry Christmas -Feliz Navidad a todos!
Prayers and tidings of comfort and joy during Advent and Christmas to all our school and parish families, friends and supporters.

From St. Helena Catholic School




SCRIP: we are continually updating our SCRIP page to help make it as easy as possible. We've added the complete list of what is available for purchase.  Please DO visit it often.

CARS: Donate your car!  What? SHCS is now an agent for donating your car, boat, snowmobile(!), and other vehicles.  Easy process and SHCS gets the proceeds from the sale of these items.  Check under the Support tab.

A Catholic Education for the 21st Century


What makes SHCS unique?
  • Transitional Kindergarten program (new!)
  • STEAM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) Click HERE for video description.
  •  Christ-centered, value-based, character-focused learning environment
  • Full music program
  • Small classes
  • Student buddy mentoring program
  • Spanish language instruction
  • Team sports
  • Community service projects
Why Choose a Catholic Education?



Catholic school students:
  • score significantly above the national averages on standardized testing  (source)
  • are more likely to graduate from high school and college  (source)
  • are more civically engaged, more tolerant of diverse views, and more committed to public service  (source)
  • are more likely to succeed in their professions  (source)