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Blessed Trinity: Voted Best Private School in Richfield!
Vol. 19, No. 28
Blessed Trinity Catholic School
April 19, 2013
Clearly Catholic Intentionally Inclusive Academically Excellent
Great Announcements & Events
Blessed Trinity's Fiesta Latina Please join us on Sunday, April 28th, anytime be-tween 10:00am-4:00pm, at the Church of the As-sumption (305 E. 77th Street, Richfield) for Blessed Trinitys annual Fiesta Latina! Admission is free. There will be great food, music, entertainment, a 50/50 cash raffle, and a prize raffle (with prizes from Crave, Waterpark of America and Fairfield Inn Marriott). The Fiesta is fun for everyone and we hope you join us! Fiesta Latina de Blessed Trinity De la manera ms cordial les estamos invitando a que se unan a nosotros el domingo 28 de abril del presente ao entre las 10:00 am y las 4:00 pm en la iglesia de la Asuncin (305 E. 77th Street, Rich-field), para celebrar la Fiesta Latina anual de Blessed Trinity. La entrada es gratuita. Habr sabrosa comida, excelente msica, buen en-tretenimiento, una rifa 50/50 en efectivo y otra rifa de premios (premios de Crave, parque acutico de Amrica y Fairfield Inn Marriott). La Fiesta Latina es una actividad cultural de sana diversin para toda la familia. Esperamos verlos! Volunteers Needed! Parent and student volunteers are needed for the April 28th Fiesta Latina. Please use the form at-tached to this newsletter or contact Leticia (952-594-9493) or Hilda (952-854-0393).
Blessed Trinity was presented with a $500 ExxonMobil Educational Grant check by Steves Tire & Auto. The
money will be used to support BTs Science Program by helping to purchase a student response system for use
with Promethean Interactive Boards. Presenting the check is Patrick OKeefe (Principal) and Steve .
Great job! 100 AR Books!
Katherine read 100 AR books!
50 AR Books!
Wesley Michael Britney
Dont get tired of asking God for mercy. He doesnt get tired of forgiving you!
612-866-6906 (Penn) 612-869-5200 (Nicollet) www.btcsmn.org
From Seor Diaz
Many exciting things are happening in the Spanish classes in this month of April. For instance, students in 6th, 7th and 8th are learning history in Spanish. The procedure is as follows: 1. We pick a theme, in this case the topic is the
Korean War. 2. The theme is presented in English and Spanish
using BrainPOP. 3. We write a story in Spanish using ActivInspire. In the end, students will be able to understand the history topic, increase their vocabulary and read more fluently. This is an interdisciplinary activity in coordination with Mr. Jeff Boyle, who is studying the same subject, the Korean War, in his class. Stu-dents are enjoying the use of technology in their Spanish class. Students in 4th and 5th grades are learning traditional songs from different countries in Latin America to be sung during the Fiesta Latina. This involves learning the lyrics in Spanish and some Latin rhythms. They are excited about singing in Spanish! Muchas cosas interesantes estn pasando en nuestras clases de espaol en este mes de abril. Por ejemplo, los estudiantes de sexto, sptimo y octavo grado estn aprendiendo historia en espaol. El procedimiento es el siguiente: 1. Se escoge un tema, en este caso es la guerra
de Corea. 2. El tema es presentado en ingls y en espaol
usando BrainPOP. 3. Despus se escribe un resumen solamente en
espaol usando ActivInspire. Al final, los estudiantes podrn entender el con-cepto histrico, mejorar vocabulario y leer con ms fluencia. Esta es una actividad interdiscipli-naria en coordinacin con el seor Jeff Boyle quien est estudiando el mismo tema, la guerra de Corea, con sus estudiantes. Los estudiantes estn muy entusiasmados con la tecnologa usada en la clase de espaol. Los estudiantes de cuarto y quinto grado estn aprendiendo can-ciones tradicionales de diferentes pases de Lati-noamrica para ser cantadas durante la Fiesta Latina. Esta actividad exige que aprendan las letras en espaol e igualmente alguno ritmos lati-nos. Ellos estn muy emocionados haciendo msica en espaol!
Treasures Needed Please bring rummage for drop off right inside St. Peters south entrance. All donations are tax de-ductible. Please, no computer equipment or appli-ances. Leftover rummage will go to Arc and St. Vincent De Paul. We also need paper bags. Rummage Sorting Help Needed Please help sort rummage. Sorting will be done in St. Peters Brides room (just off their social hall en-trance): Mon., April 22nd, 4 PM 6 PM Wed., April 24th, 4 PM 6 PM Mon., April 29th, 4 PM 6 PM Wed., May 1st, 4 PM 6 PM Fri., May 3rd, 4 PM 6 PM (tentative if needed) Rummage Sale Dates & Hours Wed., May 8th, 5:00-8:00pm (Presale Day, $1.00
Admission) Thurs., May 9th, 8:00am-5:00pm Fri., May 10th, 8:00am-12:00pm (Half Price Day) Sat., May 11th, 8:00am-12:00pm ($5 Bag Day)
Celebrate Mrs. Jo Culnane
Retirement Celebration Sunday, May 19th, 1:00-5:00pm Mrs. Jo Culnanes Retirement Celebration will be Sunday, May 19th. It will begin with an encore per-formance of her last school production, Pied Piper: The Musical, in the Academy of Holy Angels Thea-tre at 1:00pm. Immediately following the perform-ance an open house reception will be held in the St. Peters Social Hall, from 2-5:00pm. To be included in any updates about the retirement celebration, share memories of Mrs. Culnane for a memory book that is being compiled, or upload photos of Mrs. Culnane, go to www.btcsmn.org and click Celebrate Mrs. Jo Culnane.
Club Tiger & Cub Club 612-869-4800
Drop-off at Penn Campus Please do not drop children off before 7:30am on Penn Campus (refer to page 12 of the handbook). Parents needing to drop their child off before 7:30am must use our Club Tiger childcare program. We want to keep everyone safe and have proper supervision. Next VEAP/Spiritwear Day Students who bring a food donation of soup, or $1.00, for the local food shelf on Friday, April 26th may wear BT spiritwear along with jeans. Thank You Special thanks to the O family for their donations to Cub Club and Club Tiger! Farewell Formal Dance (Grades 5-8) All BT students in grades 5-8 are invited to a Spring Formal Dance on Friday, April 26th, from 6:30 - 9:00pm in the Nicollet Campus Gym. The cost is $5.00 ($4.00 in advance). Advance ticket buyers will receive a chance to win non-uniform passes. There will be games, door prizes and photos will be taken at the dance. All students must be picked up promptly by 9:00pm. Penn Campus Spring Concert The Penn Campus Spring Concert will be held Thursday, May 2nd, in St. Richard's Church. The school performance will be at 12:30pm and the evening performance will be at 6:30pm. Everyone is invited! Students in K through grade 3 should wear nice concert clothes and be in their class-rooms by 6:20pm. El concierto de primavera del campus de la calle Penn se llevar a cabo el jueves 2 de mayo en la Iglesia de St. Richard. La presentacin de la es-cuela es a las 12:30 p.m.; la presentacion de la noche es a las 6:30 p.m. Todas estn invitados! Los estidiantes de los grados kinder a 3o deben usar ropa adecuada para el concierto y estar en el saln a las 6:20pm. Scholastic Book Fair There will be a Scholastic Book Fair (Buy One Get One Free!) on Thursday, May 2nd, at Penn Campus
from 9:00-11:00am and again from 5:30-7:30pm (before and during the Penn Campus Spring Con-cert). It will open again on Sunday, May 5th, after St. Richards Masses. Summer Tutoring Ray Dillon, one of our fifth grade teachers, will be tutoring students at all levels in reading and math this summer. Please contact him by a note or by phone (612-869-5200) or by email ([email protected]) if you are interested. His classes will be one hour a day for about twenty lessons. In most cases, the student will need to come to his classroom at Nicollet. He charges $20 per hour for individual tutoring, and $15 for small groups, or $5 if there is financial need. The students will be expected to do some homework. Tutor de verano El seor Ray Dillon, uno de los profesores del quinto grado, servir como tutor de estudiantes de todos los grados en lectura y matemticas durante este verano. Por favor, comunquese con l mediante una nota o por telfono llamando al 612-869-5200 o por email a [email protected] si est intere-sado. Sus lecciones sern de una hora al da. Son aproximadamente 20 lecciones. En la mayora de los casos, el estudiante necesitar venir a su saln en el edificio de la calle Nicollet. El cobra $20 por hora por cada estudiante, y $15 por pequeos grupos o $5 si hay dificultades econmicas. Se espera que los estudiantes hagan algunas tareas. Household Items Bring the following household items to the collec-tion bins found at either school office and all three Richfield parishes: Pink Box Tops for Educationcut along the dot-
ted lines. UPC code from soup labelslook for the stu-
dent holding the Labels for Education ban-ner and cut along the dotted lines.
Kemps and Land O Lakes milk caps. Used toner cartridges and cell phones. Coke Points Empty soda pop cans may be brought to the
Tigers trailer (currently at St. Peters but moving to Assumption the weekend of April 27/28).
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4/19/13 Return from Camp St. Croix Talent Show CDs Due 4/21/13 No Tamales Sold (April Only) BT Hosts St. Richards Coffee Shop Assumption Sports/Health Fair 4/22/13 Rummage Sale Sorting (4-6p) CT & CC Open House (6:30-8p) 4/23/13 PreK Parent Conferences Penn Campus Tours (9a-12p) Woodlake, grade 8 (9:05a) Twins Ga