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Monday, October 27th
"Drugs Are Old School!”

Students may come to school dressed in 80s clothes to show how drugs are a thing of the past. Clothes should be appropriate for a Catholic elementary school environment.

Tuesday, October 28th
 “Team-Up Against Drugs!”

Students may come to school dressed in their favorite sport t-shirt, jersey or shirt with blue jeans, blue jean shorts, Capri’s, cargo shorts or dress shorts.  Tennis shoes may also be worn.

Wednesday, October 29th
"Do the Math, Drugs Don’t Add Up!”

By popular vote, students are invited to come dressed as their favorite nerd or geek. Clothes should be appropriate for a Catholic elementary school environment.

Thursday, October 30th
 “It’s My Dream to Be Drug Free!”

By popular student vote, students may come in their pajamas!  Pajama outfits must be appropriate for a Catholic elementary school.  Also, slippers and flip flops may not be worn.  School shoes or tennis shoes must be worn.

Friday, October 31st  
 “Buddy Up Against Drugs!”

Congratulations to Melissa and Matthew Martinez, for suggesting this idea!  Students are invited to choose a buddy or buddies and dress exactly the same.

 

  

This year, we are celebrating Father Jack's 50th Year of Priestly Ordination. This picture was taken in 1964 when he was assigned to Our Lady of Sorrows in San Antonio. This was his first parish assignment in San Antonio, Texas.
Principal's Corner

October 13, 2014

Friends of Blessed Sacrament,

It is hard to believe we have reached the final week of our 2014/2015 First Grading Period.  I am extremely proud of our students who have been excelling in their academic studies and spiritual development!

We are gearing up for our 44th Annual Halloween Carnival and look forward to a successful event.  Remember, this success can only occur when we are each 100 percent committed to our school's vision and mission!

As a reminder, Spike's News and Monthly Newsletters can be found under "Current Families" on the top drop down menu.

I pray that you are having an BLESSED week!

In Christ's Peace,
Michael Fierro
Principal

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