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Cafeteria still needs 1 more volunteer to help on Monday, Wednesday & Friday in December/January (1/4, 1/11, 1/18, 1/25). If you would be able to help go to iVolunteer @ https://stjamesseton.
Keep saving those receipts. We have collected $87,502.96 to date!
Dear SJS Catholic School Community,
There are some upcoming changes to the HOPE program we wanted to make you aware of. SEA Church will no longer take part in the HOPE Program. SEA parents can still take part in this program by purchasing on line with ShopWithScrip.
SJ Church will continue with the program. There will be some changes like help from more volunteers.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who have contributed and will continue to do so, for the success of this program.
Rebates earned by you from the start of this school year will still apply to you for the next school year.
Mrs. Renilda Mishek,
|LINK||With the holidays quickly approaching, remember to use the School Store website when doing your online shopping. You don't have to be registered to shop through their website. Just choose St. James Seton as your school, and you can link directly to the websites of over 350 stores to shop as your normally would. SJS will automatically earn a percentage of your purchase amount. And to make it even better, you can buy HOPE gift cards first to pay for your online purchases for double benefits to our school!! Thanks for supporting SJS!!!|
December Home and School Happenings
Christmas Cookies for our neighbors
Drop off will be Monday December 17th and Tuesday 18th
Assembly and delivery will be on the Tuesday 18th
Please see the iVolunteer to sign up to help bring cookies, assemble or deliver.
Christmas Service Project for Students
Each student will be making a project at school that Home and School will then take to Children’s Hospital, Nursing Homes, Retired Priests/Nuns.
Home and School Meeting
January 9th at 7:00pm at St. Elizabeth Ann Parish Center
Thank you to all those who have been volunteering
to help in the many different ways!
Parents + School = Winning Team!
If you are new to SJS, Christmas Cookies for the Community is an annual tradition, going on for about 10 years. We collect, assemble, and deliver cookies to all of our neighbors surrounding SJS (this is fun to do with kids right after school). We also deliver cookies to businesses, including places like KVSS, the police station, the fire station, and other businesses who support SJS. We spread lots of Christmas joy all over Omaha!
Will you please be a part of this tradition with us? You can bake 2 dozen treats. You can collect cookies on Monday or Tuesday morning at drop off time. You can assemble treats (if you are a stay-at-home parent, you can do this with us...we accommodate for little ones). You can deliver treats to some of the SJS neighbors. You can drive to deliver treats to places farther away. (If you sign up to deliver, you will get a link to a sign up genius and get to choose your places).
Please go to ivolunteer for more details and to sign up. Thanks so much for helping us spread Christmas cheer in our community!
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|Link||St. James Pancake breakfast will be held in the school gym on Sunday, January 20th. This is a great volunteer opportunity. See flyer for how to get signed up.|