Please join us for our annual celebration of National Catholic Schools Week, beginning Sunday, January 25, 2015. The theme - “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service” – highlights our focus on faith development, academic excellence, and dedication to community service. We’ve planned a variety of events to show how we’re doing this as a community at Infant Jesus School. Please remember all parents are invited to join us for activities this week.
Monday -Faith,Knowledge,and Service: In Our Community
9:15 Mass with Father John Fortin, O.S.B, Superintendent of Catholic schools with a special recognition of Sr. Anne to recognize her 40th Jubilee.
Birthday bags that have been packed will be donated to FIT, families is transition based in Concord NH.
At lunchtime we will have a birthday celebration, with the children enjoying birthday cake as a special dessert.
Tuesday -Faith,Knowledge,and Service: In Our Students
Lego day with Lego Man Dan of NH Lego League. Dan will be here the whole day with the students creating Lego cars and racing them! This gives the students the opportunity to explore and create using Legos.
Students will be creating very special decorations for their classroom doors. They wanted to thank their parents, grandparents, or that special someone for choosing Infant Jesus School for them.
This is also a dress down day for all students; jeans are allowed today.
Wednesday - Faith,Knowledge,and Service: In Our Nation
The day will start with our Mystery Teachers! Each teacher has picked a class she will be teaching for about 25 minutes in the morning. We have one lucky teacher that will even be principal for that time; Mrs. Broomhall will also be heading into a class room!
Open House Day! We have 2 open houses this day for new families to visit and explore our home, I mean school. Please invite prospective families to join us from either 10:00am – 2:00pm or 4:00pm-7:00pm.
Thursday-Faith,Knowledge,and Service: In Our Vocations
We have some special guests that will be joining us to teach all of the students patriotic songs and proper etiquette when handling the American flag. They will learn how to fold the flag and what each fold means, when to fly the flag at half-staff and how to properly raise and lower the flag each day.
As a school community, all of the students will be making Valentine cards to send to our troops. We have a unit here in New Hampshire that we will distribute our handmade creations to.
Friday - Faith,Knowledge,and Service: In Our Faculty, Staff, and Volunteers
It is time to ROCK! Our Rock-A-Thon begins at 1:30pm and rocks until 6:00pm. Snacks, games, entertainment, and fun! Dress for today will be spirit wear, P.E. uniforms, or regular school uniforms.