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Our First Day

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In Pictures . . .

 

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Santa Lucia at Spring Garden

»Posted by on Dec 12, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

LittleAngelFriday, December 13th, second grade students will help the school community celebrate Santa Lucia day.

As summarized from Catholic.org and Wikipedia, Lucy’s name means “light” and its etymology also refers to “clarity.” St. Lucia — also known as Saint Lucy, Santa Lucia, Sankta Lucia and Santa Lucía — died in Diocletian Christian persecution. She has been declared as a saint by the Roman Catholic, Anglican, Lutheran, and Orthodox Churches.

Now celebrated primarily in Scandinavia countries on December 13th, St. Lucia is often represented by dressing a young woman in white with a crown of candles. Like many celebrations of light this time of year, St. Lucy brings light on one of winter’s darkest days.

Here at Spring Garden, a procession of second-graders all dressed in white and wearing crowns and/or carrying candles (and sometimes bread) visit other classrooms. This symbolizes warmth and light in this cold, dark season. Second graders learn about Saints in their curriculum, presented as stories about those in society who have struggled to do good for others. Children in Class 2 learn stories, like that of St. Lucia, throughout the school year.

Many different legends have sprung up around this young Christian martyr, but children at Spring Garden are told of her venturing into the snow to provide food and hope to those starving during a difficult winter. She was filled with the light of God’s spirit as she made her way across the frozen lakes and hills bringing food, light and warmth to despairing hearts.

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The Latest News

»Posted by on Dec 11, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

This Weeks Events …

  • Wednesday, December 11
    • Book Study Group on Our Twelve Senses – 9:00 a.m.
    • Grades 7 & 8 Field Trip to Canton Museum of Art – 9:15 a.m.
    • Bookmobile
  • Thursday, December 12
    • Parent Council Meeting – 6:00 p.m.
  • December 14
    • Basketball: Girls vs. St. Augustine – 6:00 p.m. at St. Hilary

Mark your Calendars …

  • December 18
    • Grade 6 Play
  • December 20
    •  Assembly – 9:00 a.m.
    •  Early Dismissal – 2:00 p.m.
  • December 23 – January 3
    •  HOLIDAY BREAK – School Resumes January 6, 2014

 

Ways To Make a Difference During the Holidays

    SGWS parent Kimberly Castner is helping the homeless in Akron by passing out needed items a few weekends a month. She is asking for donations of gently used backpacks and sweatshirts, as well as socks and pre-packaged nonperishable food items such as granola bars. All donations can be placed in the bin marked Help Akron in the School Store.

   Once again this year, SGWS is collecting new toys for the Copley Police Department’s Share-A-Christmas program.  If you’re able, please place new, unwrapped toys in the collection box marked Share-A-Christmas in the School Store.

 

Silver Graphics Orders Arriving This Week

    Silver Graphics orders will be available for pick-up on Friday, December 13, in the afternoon. Items can be picked up from the tables in the hallway between the main office and Amy Hecky’s office. Items will be available for pick-up until the morning of Friday, December 20; after that, they will be put away until after the holiday break.

    If you have any questions, please email Tyra Scott or Amy Erickson.

 

School Store News: Shopping with the Elves!

elf    The School Store is pleased to offer something new and fun for this holiday season: Shopping with the Elves! On December 17-19, students will have the opportunity to experience the joy of giving gifts they have personally selected from our stock of Waldorf-inspired items from quality vendors.

    As parents, you will sign the Shopping Lists being sent home with students today, authorizing them to spend a specific amount. Our friendly volunteer Elves will escort your child to the store after school, either at pick-up time or during Aftercare, on the day of your choosing. Parents permitting their children to shop immediately after school should plan to park and then retrieve their children from the store, allowing 15 minutes for children to shop. Children will be taken to Aftercare immediately after their shopping if no one is present to pick them up when their shopping is complete. We will be sure that children are either with an Elf, a parent, or in Aftercare at all times.

    To learn more about this delightful opportunity, please review the material being sent home with your child or click here to download a brochure with details and gift ideas. Click here to download the shopping authorization form (this will also be sent home with students, as noted, but we all know that what is sent home with students sometimes doesn’t reach its intended destination!).

 

Paperwhite Sale

    paperwhitesPaperwhites are beginning to bloom, and the fragrance in the greenhouse is exquisite! Three-bulb pots are available for $9.00 each. Order forms can be found by the parent mailboxes … purchase yours today!

 

Lost and Found Haul-Away

    Unclaimed items in our lost and found will be donated to local charities over the holiday break. For the next two weeks, the lost and found cart will be in the foyer to facilitate easy access. If you or your child are missing items, please take a moment to look for what you have lost.

 

SGWS Ski Club Is Back!

Through the Ski Club, hitting the slopes is an affordable fun time for students, family and friends to get out and have fun together! If you have your own equipment it is $159.00, if you need rental it is $233.05 (tax exempt). The ski club package includes a snow pass for every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., five lessons for any level, and four pick-a-day/club passes good for any day, any time at Boston Mills, Brandywine, or Alpine Valley, or even a snow tubing session — and these passes can be used by the member or anyone they choose to give it to! The snow passes go all season till the snow melts – and towards the end of season they even have free days for any ski club member to come and enjoy.

Use our easy online registration – 3 easy steps!!!! Instructions and passwords in your email newsletter.

 

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Jaguars Basketball Schedule

»Posted by on Dec 6, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

 

DATE

TIME

SITE

TEAM

OPPONENT

Sat. December 7th

2 p.m.

St. Paul

8B

St. Augustine

 

6 p.m.

St. Hilary

Girls

St. Joseph CF

Sun. December 8th

3 p.m.

Hoban 2

Girls

St. Paul

 

5 p.m.

Queen of Heaven (Q of H) Green, OH

8B

Q of H

Sat. December 14th

6 p.m.

St. Hilary

Girls

St. Augustine

Sun. December 22nd

3 p.m.

Walsh 1

Girls

St. Augustine

 

5 p.m.

Hoban 2

8B

St. Augustine

 

6 p.m.

Hoban 2

6/7 B

St. Patrick

Sat. January 4th

1 p.m.

St. V ELEM

6/7 B

St. Barnabas

Sun. January 5th

4 p.m.

Hoban 2

Girls

St. Fran. De S

 

4 p.m.

St. V COSGROVE

6/7 B

St. Sebastian

 

5 p.m.

St. Hilary

8B

St. Hilary

Sat. January 11th

3 p.m.

St. Paul

Girls

St. Paul

 

7:30 p.m.

St. V. ELEM

8B

St. Barnabas

Sun. January 12th

2 p.m.

Walsh 2

6/7 B

St. Matthew

 

3 p.m.

St. V COSGROVE

Girls

St. Joseph CF

 

5 p.m.

Walsh 2

8B

St. Barnabas

Sat. January 18

5 p.m.

St. Sebastian

6/7 B

Ss. Peter & Paul

Sun. January 19

2 p.m.

Hoban 2

8B

Ss. Peter & Paul

 

3 p.m.

Walsh 1

Girls

St. Paul

 

4 p.m.

St. Sebastian

6/7 B

St. Francis X

Sun. January 26

1 p.m.

St. V COGSGROVE

8B

St. Vincent

 

4 p.m.

Hoban 2

Girls

St. Fran De S

 

6 p.m.

St. Sebastian

6/7B

Seton

Sat. February 1

2 p.m.

St. Paul

6/7B

St. Fran De S

Sun. February 2

3 p.m.

Hoban 2

Girls

St. Augustine

 

3 p.m.

St. V COSGROVE

8B

Q of H

Sat. February 8th

1 p.m.

Sacred Heart

6/7B

St. Augustine

 

3 p.m.

St. V/St.M H.S.

8B

St. Vincent

Sun. February 9th

2 p.m.

Hoban 2

6/7 B

IHM

 

 

 

 

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SGWS Ski Club Is Back!

»Posted by on Dec 4, 2013 in School News, Uncategorized | 0 comments

It’s that season again – It’s time to hit the slopes! Spring Garden Ski Club is the perfect way to get out and have fun. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve never skied or snowboarded before or if you’re a downhill pro. Through the Ski Club, hitting the slopes is an affordable fun time for students, family and friends to get out and have fun together! If you have your own equipment it is $159.00, if you need rental it is $233.05 (tax exempt). The ski club package includes a snow pass for every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., five lessons for any level, and four pick-a-day/club passes good for any day, any time at Boston Mills, Brandywine, or Alpine Valley, or even a snow tubing session — and these passes can be used by the member or anyone they choose to give it to! The snow passes go all season till the snow melts – and towards the end of season they even have free days for any ski club member to come and enjoy.

Use our easy online registration – 3 easy steps!!!!

1) Just go to this link:

   https://www.skipeakresorts.com/shopbmbw/ClubLogin.aspx

2) Login: springgarden

   Password: In your news Tuesday Note email

3) Follow the instructions provided!!!

4) We are tax exempt and you don’t pay online — just drop your check payable to Spring Garden in my box!

If you need more information the club informational sheet is available here: http://bmbw.com/club_program.html

If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.  Hope to see you on the slopes!

Michael West: Ski Club Advisor  -  mwest@neo.rr.com

 

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