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IN-BRIEF

A WEEKLY NEWSLETTER OF ACTIVITIES

Lumen Christi Catholic School DAY

DATE

March 15, 2012

EVENT

TIME

PLACE

Padre Serra-LC 8th Grade Girls 5:30 p.m. Mount Mary College SHAMROCK 5:30 p.m. Ozaukee Country Club th th Reconciliation 4 & 5 Grade 1:00 p.m. Mequon Church Mass 3C 8:30 a.m. Thiensville Scrip Orders Due 8:00 a.m. Both Campuses THURS. MAR. 22 Mass 8th Grade 8:30 a.m. Mequon Spirit Wear Day-Box Top Reward Both Campuses FRI. MAR. 23 NO SCHOOL TEACHER IN SERVICE 8 am – 3 pm St. James Hall WED. MAR. 28 Mass 3K 8:30 a.m. Thiensville Reconciliation 3rd Grade Following Mass Thiensville Reconciliation 6th, 7th, & 8th Grade 1:00 p.m. Mequon Church Scrip Pick Up 12:00 p.m. Both Campuses THURS. MAR. 29 Mass 8th Grade 8:30 a.m. Mequon Thursday Folders Sent Home Both Campuses Report Cards Sent Home Both Campuses th FRI. MAR. 30 5 Grade – Museum of Science & Industry Chicago 5K, 1st, & 2nd Grades Seussical The Musical 8:50 – 11:15 a.m. Cedarburg P.A.C. Playground Duty for the Week of March 12th TH Mon. 19 Tues. 20th Wed. 21ST Thurs. 22ND Fri. 23RD M-Goddard 414-467-4650 M-Engroff 414-331-0233 M-Greco 236-4271 M-Giorgi 376-0176 MNO SCHOOL T-Cesarz 241-4515 T-Correa 240-0483 T-Duecker 643-4249 T-Ertl 242-6617 TTHUR. SAT. MON. WED.

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SAVE THE DATE On Tuesday, April 24th, Parent's Association will be hosting the Spring Spaghetti Social from 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm in the Lumen Christi Mequon gym. Enjoy a delicious pasta dinner catered by Mama Mia's, including pasta, salad, dessert and a drink for only $6.00 per person (children 2 and under are free). RSVP for your family by Friday, April 13th.

SUMMER CAMPS AT DOMINICAN HIGH SCHOOL We’re please to announce another full summer of wonderful activities for grade school children. Opportunities in forensics, athletics, and theater arts are all available again this summer led by our dedicated and talented summer staff. New this year: a theater camp for (incoming) First, Second, and Third Grade students. Camps fill early, so reserve your spots now to ensure a summer of fun at DHS! DHS Summer Camp brochure can be downloaded at http://www.dominicanhighschool.com/pdf/SummerCamp12.pdf.

FUNDRAISING UPDATE

Congratulations Lumen Christi students! You have earned a spirit wear day for Thursday March 22nd for meeting our Box Top goal! We are happy to report that we earned $567 from the Box Tops Collection and over $50 from our Milk Cap Collection for a grand total of $617. Don’t forget that you can shop using the www.boxtops4education.com/marketplace website to earn more money for our school. Stores include: Barnes and Noble, Best Buy, I Tunes, JC Penny, Justice, Kohl’s, Macy’s, Lands End, Nordstrom, Old Navy, Sears, and many more. The Spirit Wear day will be set soon!


HELP KNOWLEDGE EDGE GIVE BACK! Knowledge Edge would like to Give-Back to Lumen Christi by supporting our annual Shamrock Event. For each new person who "likes" them on Facebook from March 1st through March 17th, they will donate $1 directly to Shamrock, up to $200. For more information please check out their website:www.knowledge-edge.net

PLACEMENT REQUESTS The school administration, in cooperation with the classroom teachers, is responsible for the student classroom placement assignments. Many factors are considered when determining classroom placements, including student ability levels, academic strengths and challenges, processing skills, special education needs, personalities, friendships, maturity levels, past and present conflicts and resolutions, growth and development, teacher-student relationships, student to student relationships, gender influences, birthdates, birth order, etc. The teachers and administration of the school make all placement decisions with the students’ best interest in mind. Any educational concerns need to be submitted in writing to Mrs. Fyfe no later than April 19th. Specific teacher requests will not be accepted.

ORIENTATION TO 4TH GRADE It is hard to believe that we are already preparing for the 2012-2013 school year. New this year, Lumen Christi will be offering an orientation for parents of incoming fourth graders on Tuesday, April 24th from 6:00 – 6:30 pm at the Mequon Campus. This event is designed to answer questions, provide information, meet the fourth grade teachers and tour the campus so you can prepare your child for a smooth transition. Please mark your calendar!

THE CHANCERY RESTAURANT "GIVE BACK," WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21ST Mark you calendars for the next restaurant give back on Wednesday, March 21st at The Chancery in Mequon. The Chancery will be donating 10% of ALL sales between 11 am - 2 pm and 5pm - 9pm back to Lumen Christi Catholic School. Dine in and carryout is included and no flyer is needed. Bon Appetit!

Submit In-Brief info to Cindy King (262)-242-7965 E-Mail: kingc@Lumenchristiparish.org Deadline: MONDAYS by 8:00 a.m. Please check our Parish School website at http://www.lumenchristiparish.org/school/ for more comprehensive information


Parent Association Presents:

A Spring Spaghetti Social

Join us  for  a  delicious     catered  Italian  dinner  from     0DPD0LD¶V<RXUPHDO   includes:  pasta,  bread,  salad,     dessert  and  a  drink.  

Date:  Tuesday,  April  24,  2012   Time:    4:30-­7:00  PM   Place:    Lumen  Christi  Mequon  Gym   Cost:    $6.00  per  person,  children                            2  and  under  are  free   RSVP:    Friday,  April  13,  2012  

Please  return  this  portion  to  the  school  office  with  your  check  by  Friday,  April  13,  2012.   Checks  should  be  made  out  to:  LC  Parents  Association.    Advance  reservations  are  required.                                                                                                                                 __________________________________          _____________#  of  Adults  @  $6.00  each   Family  Name                                                                                                                _____________#  of  Children  3  &  up  @  $6.00                                                                                                                                                                                                          _____________#  of  Children  2  &  UnderͶfree                                                                                                                                                                _____________Total  $  enclosed  


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School Council Update March 15, 2012

Evaluation Committee Update Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been focusing on assisting the administration with enhancing the framework and the tools they use for faculty review and evaluation, and fine tuning the coaching process leading to faculty growth and development. From a coaching perspective, a process is being used that includes pre-conferencing with each teacher, observing a lesson, and then postconferencing with the teacher. This is a coaching format used to enhance student learning. All of the teaching staff has been involved with either Kelly or Mary as their coach. If you have any questions, please contact Pat Sheehy, Chair - Evaluation Committee, at patricksheehy@northwesternm utual.com.

Technology Committee Update Most recently, our attention has been on putting together funding options to provide 22 iPads and a cart for students at the LCT campus. In December, additional Endowment money approved for technology use was allocated to purchase 14 more iPads and a cart. We are thrilled and grateful that the LCT Campus is now integrating, with gusto, 22 iPads to provide hands-on higher-order learning activities for students. In a short period of time, we have seen that integrating iPads into the classroom transforms teaching and learning. Therefore, we want to continue this vision and learning model next year to the LCM campus as our current third graders graduate and move to that building. To accomplish this, we are working to fund an iPad cart and 22 iPads for the Mequon Campus. In anticipation of this positive update to instructional practices, our teaching staff is participating in formal and informal 'just in time' professional development. Additionally, we are planning 'shadowing' days for our 4th grade teaching staff to visit the LCT campus to gain insight as to how the current third graders are learning with these mobile devices. If you have questions or comments, please contact Laurie Yingling at lmy@lumenchristiparish.org.

Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget to check the school website under Communications > School Council for the School Council minutes as well as information on all of the sub-committees.


Who:

All Girl Scouts (K5 – 8) and their Moms

When:

Friday, March 30, 2012

Where:

Lumen Christi – Mequon St. James Hall

Time:

6:30pm – 8:00pm

Cost:

$5 per family

Bring:

Something to mark BINGO card with like pennies, buttons, or M&M’s…. If you would like to contribute…we will be collecting donations for our furry friends at the Ozaukee Humane Society, like dog/cat food or pet toys

Reminder:

This is a Girl Scout Event – Girls must be troop members to attend and must be supervised by an adult. Reserve your spot early! This event fills up fast and seating is limited! Girl Scouts of Lumen Christi will provide cookies and water for the evening.

Return this portion with your payment by Monday , March 26th to Michelle Scholtus, LCT office: ____Yes!!!! The __________________________family will come! ___ # Girls

___ # Adults ___5.00____Total $ enclosed payable to GS of Lumen Christi

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------How about helping out?

___I will help set up at 6:00pm ___I will help clean-up after the event.


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You will take part in six interactive hands-on sessions to learn how to make smart choices for saving and spending your money You will be given a ´FDUHHUµ DQGFROOHFWRQHZHHN·V ´SD\µ in virtual money. Virtual money can be earned or taken away WKURXJK´)DWH&DUGVµUHFHLYHGDWHDFKVHVVLRQ At the end of the day, participants will use their remaining virtual money to start a virtual savings account, make a charitable donation, buy a piece of virtual clothing and shop for real items (sporting goods, school and crafts, personal & fun in the sun items, etc.) in the Reality Store.

REGISTRATION IS LIMITED TO 75 STUDENTS DEADLINE TO REGISTER April 19, 2012

Youth Concurrent Sessions ´:KDW·V<RXU,QWHUHVW"µ7KH&RVWRI&UHGLW Learn how to use credit to your advantage and take charge of your financial future.

Need Money? Get the Job You Want!

Learn interview skills and how to apply for a job.

Money Matters

Do you keep track of your spending? Does it matter? Come learn why keeping track of your money matters.

,W·V0\%XVLQHVV: I Can Change the World

Students work in groups to complete a blueprint for a teen club, by identifying the skills and knowledge needed to create a business.

The Money Tree

Learn about basic savings and how it grows into larger sums of cash

Youth Money Smart College Saturday, April 28 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Schedule: 8:00 a.m.-8:25 a.m. ± Check in 8:30 a.m. ± Introductions & Keynote Address

9:15 a.m-10:15 a.m. - Special Parent Session 9:30 am- 12:30 a.m. - Financial Resource Fair 9:30 a.m. Concurrent Sessions Begin 3:30 p.m. Closing -All Parents invited to attend Cost: $5.00 Lunch included Pre-registration is required and space is limited. Please register early. How to Register: -Fill out and mail this registration form to the address listed at the bottom of the form. OR -go to http://washington.uwex.edu/familyliving/financial-education/ for registration information and to download a registration form.

Location Concordia University Wisconsin 12800 N Lake Shore Drive, Mequon, WI

¼ mi East of I-43 & North of Highland Rd. (between Mequon Rd. & Hwy C exits)

Keynote Address: ´&KRRVH<RXU6XFFHVVµ Description: Students will examine choices and how these choices impact their success in life and school. What classes do you like? Math or English? Which classes do you excel at? Why do you have to do well in school? Does it really matter? Ultimately, do these decisions impact my earning power and my personal finances?

Keynote Speaker: Barbara Klocko is the Senior Operations Manager at Junior Achievement. She is an experienced professional with Sales, Marketing, and Management background in both the private sector and the non-profit sector. Through JA, she has had the privilege of working with children in grades Kindergarten-12th grade in teaching them how to own their economic success.

Parent Session: Help Your Teen Manage the ´3ower of Moneyµ (Free when  accompanied  by  a  registered  youth)     The best way to teach youth about financial management is to give them gradual control over spending. You can teach youth basic financial principles of earning, spending, and saving money and allow them to make money decisions that will provide real life skills. Presenter: Marma McIntee, Family Living Educator, Washington Co. UW-Extension.

Financial Fuel Tank What do a checking account and an auto have in common? Learn the basics of checking-writing, reconciling a checkbook balance and debit/check cards.

www.moneysmartweek.org


Youth Money Smart College Registration Form Complete this form and return to: Carol Bralich UW- Extension 121 W. Main Street, PO Box 994 Port Washington, WI 53074 Please make checks payable to: UW Extension Cost: $5.00 Name: Address: City: Phone: Email: School: Current Grade in School: Special Dietary Needs? 3DUHQW¶V6HVVLRQ Yes

Zip:

Age: No

Ethnicity: Please Check One: Hispanic/Latino Not Hispanic/Latino Race: Please check one: American Indian/Alaska Native Asian/Asian American Black/African American Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander White Other General/Photo Release I grant the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents, University of Wisconsin-Extension & Concordia University Wisconsin the right to use, publish, and copyright my image (including audio, moving image or photograph) for educational programs, websites and promotion of University programs. The Universities adhere to all Federal and State Laws associated with use of these materials

Parent/Guardian must sign if subject is under 18 years old

This form may be duplicated

Angela Wilson ² Associated Bank Ann Noster - Port Washington State Bank Barbara Klocko- Junior Achievement Carol Bralich-UWEX Ozaukee Co. FLE Keith Braun-Consumer Credit Counseling Service Marma McIntee-UWEX Washington Co. FLE Mary Albrecht-Port Washington State Bank Megan Wojtowicz-Community Volunteer Michael Uden- Concordia University Wisconsin Nichole Lyon-Associated Bank Rita Owen- Community Volunteer Shirley Klenke ² North Shore Bank Trevor Weis ² BMO Harris Bank

Ozaukee & Washington County

Sponsors and Contributors

Free if accompanied by a registered youth

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2012 Steering Committee

Associated Bank BMO Harris Bank Concordia University Wisconsin Consumer Credit Counseling Service Glacier Hills Credit Union Hartford Savings Bank Junior Achievement Port Washington State Bank University of Wisconsin ² Extension Family Living Department Westbury Bank

2012 YMSC Host Site Sponsor

UW-EXTENSION-An EEO/Affirmative Action employer, University of Wisconsin-Extension provides equal opportunities in employment DQGSURJUDPPLQJLQFOXGLQJ7LWOH,;DQG$'$UHTXLUHPHQWVµ5HTXHVWV for reasonable accommodation for disabilities or limitations should be made prior to the program date or activity for which it is needed. Please make such requests as early as possible by contacting Ozaukee County, UW Extension (262) 284-8288 or Wisconsin Relay 711 so proper arrangements can be made.

The Ultimate Youth Financial Experience 6-­8th Grade Saturday, April 28, 2012 8 am-­4 pm Registration Deadline: April 19, 2012 Registration is limited

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