May 15, 2013SBCA Newsnote 5.22.13
Tentative Calendar for 2013.14
Dress Down Day for May 23
Spring Fling Week Flyer
Forms To Return:
ELS Summer Registration Form 2013
Student TRANSFER OUT form
SBCA Sports Registration Form
SBCA Sports Waiver & Insurance Form
Spirit Wear Order FormVacation Bible Camp Registration Form
June Bug Camp 2013
Re-Registration Form 2013.2014
Alumni Testimonial form.pdf
Parent Testimonial form.pdf
Health Requirement Letter 2013-2014
Student Health Exam Certificate
Student Lead Questionnaire
Student Dental Exam Certificate
Student Eye Exam Certificate
Food Service Professionals
FSP Hot Lunch Credit Request Slip
FSP May June Lunch Menu Choices
When in doubt, please consult our
School Handbook 2012-2013
Tuition is paid through FACTS.
Tuition Assistance Applications
-available online through FACTS.
Customer Service 1.866.441.4637
Websites of Importance
SBCA Office Wikispace
St. Bernadette Blog
St. Bernadette Parish
Emergency School Closing
Evergreen Park Library
Evergreen Park Patch-Online News
News from the Archdiocese
SECOND TRIMESTER AWARDS
SBCA Honor Roll
SBCA Perfect Attendance
for Parents and Students . . .
Mother McAuley HS Enrichment
All Kids Healthcare.pdf
EP School Dist 124 Summer Enrichment
Therese Boyle Niego's Volleyball Camp
The Center for Gifted
Chicago Bears Youth Football Camps.pdf
Bucks for Burn Camp Fundraiser
Beverly Arts Center Summer Camps
36th Annual Ridge Run
SIUE Girl's Basketball Camp
Thank You for Your Support!
Day by day, week
by week, month by month, it is both an honor and privilege to be partners
with you in your child's education. Wonderful learning opportunities
abound at St. Bernadette. We thank you for your continued support. We
thought you may like to take a look at some of the highlights of the
AUGUST: First day of school students meet Monsignor Prist at an all school prayer service. Returning students become fast friends with new students.
SEPTEMBER: The entire school attends a September 11 Remembrance Prayer Service on the North Lawn. Junior High participates in a Wrapping Paper Fashion Show.
OCTOBER: Grade 1/2 presents a Columbus Day Assembly for students and parents. Students meet new pastor, Reverend Benedykt Pazadan. Students enjoy Halloween at SBCA.
NOVEMBER: Student Council holds a mock Presidential Election. Veterans and current military are honored. Grandparents spend the morning with their grandchildren.
DECEMBER: Fathers and Daughters dance the night away. Students dress in red and green. Many families attend the annual Family Christmas Sing-A-Long.
JANUARY: Grade 3/4 presents assembly on Martin Luther King Jr. Catholic Schools week includes Mass, entertainment, open house, book fair and family bingo!
FEBRUARY: Student Council organizes heart healthy activities for Valentine's Day. Students bake goodies for Fat Tuesday. Stations of the cross every Friday.
MARCH: Our Early Childhood Round-Up for buckaroos is lots of fun. Junior High portrays the last days of Jesus in the annual Passion Play. Students are privileged to have movie producer, Carey Westberg speak to them about the movie "My Lucky Elephant."
APRIL: Mothers and Daughters enjoy and evening cooking with Chef Kate sponsored by the Home and School Association. Our Drama Club presents Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Students in Grade 1/2 present Earth Day Assembly and teach others to reduce, reuse and recycle.