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Remote learning continues through May 29, 2020
Grade 8 students will have their last day of remote learning on May 22, 2020. Pre-K through Grade 7 will end on May 29, 2020. All students will have until June 5 to complete and turn in any outstanding assignments.
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Tuesday News 4/28/20

Tuesday News 4/28/20

Mrs. Beard's 5th graders celebrated Earth Day with a challenge to upcycle a plastic bag. Jacob upcycled his plastic bags to make a woven placemat! What can you do with your plastic bags?

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Highlights from Remote Learning

Announcements

Materials Turn In: June 2 for Grade 8, June 9 for PreK-Grade 7

Grade 8 will be able to pick up personal belongings and return any books/materials on June 2, 11a-12p. We will be there to cheer them on!

PreK-Grade 7 will pick up any belongings and drop off their books/materials on June 9, time TBD.

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Remote learning continues through May 29, 2020

Grade 8 students will have their last day of remote learning on May 22, 2020. Pre-K through Grade 7 will end on May 29, 2020.

All students will have until June 5 to complete and turn in any outstanding assignments.

Letter to Parents

Tuesday News delayed until later this week.

Look for it to hit your inboxes on Friday!


A Note from the Principal’s Desk…

Dear Parents,

I hope this note finds you well. I am sure you, like me, are anticipating the predicted warmer weather and sunshine this weekend and early next week.

As our country and the world continues to face the global pandemic and its effects on our society, Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles and president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops announced that he will join with the United States Bishops and the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops on May 1 to renew the consecrations of the two nations to the care of our Blessed Mother.

I thought that this event would be of interest to you because Bishop John Carroll of Baltimore, the first Bishop of the United States, placed the United States under the Blessed Mother’s protection in 1792. In 1846, the twenty-one Bishops attending the Sixth Provincial Council of Baltimore named the Blessed Virgin Mary, under the title of the Immaculate Conception, as the Patroness of the United States. More recently, in 1959, the Bishops once again consecrated the nation to the Blessed Mother at the dedication of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC. Several popes have also consecrated the world to Mary on various occasions.

Below is a message from Archbishop Gomez regarding the consecration:

“This will give the Church the occasion to pray for Our Lady’s continued protection of the vulnerable, healing of the unwell, and wisdom for those who work to cure this terrible virus. This year, we seek the assistance of Our Lady all the more earnestly as we face together the effects of the global pandemic.”

The consecration will take place on Friday, May 1 at 3:00 PM. (https://lacatholics.org/consecration/) A liturgy guide will be available on the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

I hope you will be able to join the Bishops and the faithful in our Country and Canada to witness this prayer that reaffirms and renews “previous Marian entrustments, and unites us in solidarity with our Holy Father, who recently established the Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church, as a source of protection and strength.”

Please contact me if you have any questions, or if I can be of assistance to you. God bless you and your families!

Kathleen J. Kilty, PhD

Principal


Please Pray...

the recovery of the mother of Danielle Kuykendall, grandmother of Kelsey Kuykendall, who was in a serious accident and required surgery

the continued healing and recovery of Stephen Torbeck, father of Lauren Yanike and grandfather of Gwynnie, Joe, and Eli, who has recently come through a successful liver transplant but remains in critical condition

Re-Enrollment/Registration News

Last week, the Board of Directors, with the support of the Daughters of Charity, announced a tuition restructuring plan to help alleviate some of the financial responsibilities for our families during this time of crisis. Please read the complete letter for details.

Additionally, the following message was sent to each family. If you did not receive it, please ensure we have your correct address in the database by emailing admissions@mothersetonschool.org.

  • We already credited each student’s account $150 for the 2020-21 registration fee. If you have not finished registering, the credit will offset the charge when the enrollment is completed.
  • We already credited each student’s account for their May tuition payment. Please email me if you made this payment and wish to have the credit applied to 2020-21.
  • August, September, and October credits and adjustments will be made in similar fashion in the coming month once the financial aid process and enrollment process is completed.
  • Food assistance is available through voucher and/or gift cards for those of you who may be in need. We are finalizing arrangements with Jubilee to make this available directly through the store. Please email us if you need assistance.
  • BOOST deadlines have been extended to June 1st. Please apply asap and let us know when you do. We will contact these families to discuss and assess their financial aid situation.


HSA Corner

ALL HSA ACTIVITIES HAVE BEEN POSTPONED. We will release more information as we receive it.


Is your family experiencing fiancial hardship because of the current situation?

We want to help!

Mother Seton School will offer a gift card program for families in need. If you are in need of a grocery store gift card, please contact Albert Nastasi or Miss Kilty. We will work to provide you gift cards in the most convenient way possible. This program will be in place throughout the summer and extended if needed.

 

Are you able to give at this time?

If you are in a position to help others in the community, we invite you to give to our Urgent Needs campaign, which will help our school and our families in this time of need. Visit bit.ly/MSS-Urgent to make your gift today.

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