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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Catholic School Week

The photos were taken during the second graders' class party  two months ago.  Yeah, I know it's been that long when this happened but I have been busy with so many stuff.
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Next week will be a very busy week because the SJS is   celebrating the Catholic School Week dubbed as "Raising the Standards".  Their activities includes:
  • Friday (Jan. 25th) - Kick off to a "SOUPer" week!  Students can wear  their favorite team's jersey/shirt  and they are encouraged to bring a can of soup to be donated to the Community Bread Basket for the less fortunate.
  • Monday - Parents, grandparents and benefactors are welcome  to visit the classrooms for the Open House.
  • Tuesday - Student Day - Teachers will  treat their students .  There will be a free pizza lunch and we (Classroom Moms) will be serving sundaes.  I have to bring ice cream scooper and five bottles of sprinkles.
  • Wednesday - Teacher's Day! The theme for this day is Career Day.  The students are encouraged to dress as a profession they admire.  Students will also bring small something for the teacher (cards, notes , small gifts).
  • Thursday - There will be a mass at 9 am.
  • Friday - To concentrate on Raising the Standards, teachers will switch classes during second period and teach religion the class assigned.  
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23 travelers' comments:

Mai said...

looks like the kids had so much fun. i'm glad ms. buritto has nice friends at school.

Mommy Liz said...

that's so adorable pictures. The kids seemed to have so much fun. 2nd grade na pala si Rylie? kala ka edad sya ni Wrozlie. grade 1 si Roz eh..

tess said...

so your Ms Burrito is in Catholic school. She enjoyed the event with friends and classmate.

jheylo said...

kids are all smiling and happy :) fun fun fun

working mama said...

class party is indeed activity to let our kids experience the so called life heheh

Angela Ricardo said...

Very interesting activity! I bet the kids will have a blast.

Mary Anne Vinzon said...

your kids looks so happy in their party. few more years my daughter will also start schooling.

Momgen Reviews said...

Those are happy kids and lots of fun...

Emma said...

Love the biggest photo! they are fun and adorable kids. That raising the standards theme is great! Checking out the activities, I wish my child will have the same in their school, it looks fun and exciting! i would love to dress up my son as little professional :).

Chubskulit Rose said...

@tess, yup they go to a catholic school here in our place.

SmilingSally said...

Thanks for sharing. Your children are learning so many valuable things.

Happy Blue Monday, Rose.

Roger Owen Green said...

nice classmates
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Liz said...

They all look so happy. Have a fabulous week!

Liz (yacb)

RNSANE said...

What a wonderful way to involve the entire family in your child's school. It's nice to honor the teachers as well.

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http://rnsane.blogspot.com/2013/01/ruby-tuesday-2-mels-diner-san-francisco.html

Leslie: said...

Busy classes!

Leslie
abcw team

che said...

Involving the kids in such activities is a fun a way to learn

Carver said...

Fun shots from the class party.

Anastasia said...

It doesn't matter how long ago was this. Basta si Ms Burrito always maganda, sis :)

wifetoalineman02 said...

The fun never stop with gorgeous girl like Ms. burrito Sis Rose :-) Saying" Hi" from Color Connection


http://www.mommies2ks.com/2013/01/will-check-out-an-open-house-from-a-catholic-school.html

Chubskulit Rose said...

Thanks everyone!

mai said...

i love these activities the burittos have in school. they seem to be pretty busy. and of course, you're busy too. take the time to rest sis. hope the cold's gone by now. ABC wednesday visit. :)

Jessica Cassidy said...

Looks like Ate R had a blast :-) Can't wait for my son to start a new school from public to a Catholic next year :-)

Chubskulit Rose said...

Hi sis Jessy, I am sure you won't regret sending him to Catholic school..

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