Next Friday is Lower School Field Day! After eating lunch with their buddies (order hot lunch or BYOL), lower school students will compete in fun games and silly relays on Crestbrook Field. Each class, and their MS buddies) should dress in their team color:
The teams this year are:
Pre-K Purple People Eaters (blue shirt ok)
Kinder Blazin' Blue Bolts
1st Yellow Yellers (along with 6A and 6B)
2nd Ragin Red Rockets (along with 6C, 6D, and 6E)
3rd Cranking Orange Crushers (with Grade 8)
4th The Green Machines (with Grade 7)
5th Blusterin' Black Blazers
After the Field Day competition is over all students will watch the 8th grade vs faculty volleyball game followed by popsicles for all!!!
|If you have not yet picked up the prizes you won at the Spring Social, please do so from the school office this week. Also, nearly 800 Spring Social photos have been uploaded to Vidigami. Check out the album today.|
The school's Lost & Found bin is overflowing with clothing, lunch boxes, notebooks, textbooks and more. Items are currently out on tables in front of the language portable. On Friday, any remaining items will be packaged up and donated. (Missing eye glasses? A phone? Invisalign? Check with Mr. Marsh in the office.)
|The National Junior Honor Society and the Campus Ministry team are co-sponsoring a food drive for Sacred Heart Community Center, one of our service learning sites. Now through Friday the 13th, there are bins in the lobby of the church to bring any food items you wish to donate. The Center does request that only items that can be opened without a can opener (i.e. pop-tops) be donated. This is because many of the homeless that receive the food don't have a can-opener. Thanks very much.|
Remember how much fun you had at last fall's All School Spaghetti Dinner?
The Dad's Club now invites you to join them for a BBQ dinner! The Dad's will once again do the cooking as you enjoy an evening with Saint Andrew's friends. Live music from the SAD (Saint Andrew's Dads) Band will keep the evening lively while you enjoy a great meal of grilled goodies and sides. There's no cost to you, but we do ask that you bring a small dessert to share. Please RSVP on iVolunteer.
(Vegetarian and gluten-free items available - please indicate on your response.)
Several Dads are also needed to help cook. Volunteer to help via iVolunteer
Dear Spring Sports Teams and Parents,
On Wednesday, May 18th, Saint Andrews will have the Spring Athletes Chapel Service from 8:15am to 8:50am. If your child participated in Girls' Softball, Boys' Volleyball, Track or Morning Run Club, he or she will be presented with a medal for their efforts.
|First Grade parent Jason Davis is organizing a Saint Andrew's Episcopal School team to take part in the Relay for Life event from 10AM Saturday, July 23rd to 10AM Sunday, July 24th on our very own Crestbrook Field. Teams gather to “walk for the cause” and attempt to have one member walking the course at all times.|
We are grateful to have 200+ contributors to the capital campaign! Thank you to everyone who joined in and recently made a gift to the Imagine the Possibilities
capital campaign including::
| Jackson, Jenna and Tia Baker
|| Bob and Mickey Berglund
| Stephanie Blankenship and Orvall Herrell
| Paul and Suzanne Christensen
| Michael and Barbara Dale
|| Steven and Cynthia Dear
| Marge Faucher
|| Jim and Nancy Keane
| Julia Lewis
|| Gerald and Diane Lovelace
| Sylvia Moore
|| Richard and Stephanie Palmer
| Blanca Paz
|| Paula and Gregory Phipps
| Susan Sherwood
|| Margo Templeton
| Paul and Patricia White
We appreciate the 200+ Saint Andrew’s supporters who have already given. Thank you! If you have not yet given, please join in now and help us get over the finish line.
We need your support to be successful! All gifts, no matter the size, are very much appreciated. Thank you for supporting the Imagine the Possibilities
capital campaign. To make a gift on line click here: Give to the Capital Campaign
Come Join The Pie Challenge Celebration
In celebration of reaching 100+ gifts since April 8th, all families are warmly invited to come enjoy home baked pies after the church services this Mother's Day. Mrs. Banakas is making her famous pecan pie to show her appreciation to our supporters.
With summer quickly approaching, we've created a Pinterest Board highlighting nearly 60 different summer camp options! (With new camps added!) There are camps of all sorts: day, overnight, tech, music, drama, sport, robots, language, traditional -- and most are in the South Bay! Check out our board for ideas!