Posted by St. Brigid-St.Frances Cabrini Catholic Academy, Brooklyn, NY on Friday, June 12, 2020
Our first graders made signs to show their appreciation on National Nurses Day.
“This is a sad day and a tremendous loss for the Diocese of Brooklyn,” Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio said.
- Remember Fr. Jorge on Facebook
- Brooklyn de luto por fallecimiento del padre Jorge Ortiz-Garay a causa del coronavirus – Nuestra Voz
- Statement From the Diocese of Brooklyn | En español
- Father Jorge Ortiz-Garay, First Catholic Priest in US to Die of Coronavirus – The Tablet
- Profile from The New York Times
Get the latest news from the Office of the Superintendent at catholicschoolsbq.org.
Routine is healthy for children, no matter the situation. In high-energy times of confusion and panic, however, positive repetition is crucial to staying stable and productive. As your family practices “social distancing,” or actions intended to stop or slow the spread of infection, establishing and maintaining a routine together with your child is the first step to being successful in the transition to online learning. Read more at catholicschoolsbq.org
Just a reminder school will be closed this Friday Nov. 9th for Professional Development and Monday Nov.12th in observance of Veteran’s Day
First trimester Progress Reports have been distributed today. They must be signed and returned to school tomorrow. The purpose of the progress report is to enable family and student to understand the student’s achievement at various times throughout the year and know what is required for future progress. Parents this is your opportunity to see if your child is struggling in any particular subject area and ask for help from the teacher so that your child may excel
All money for the World’s Finest Chocolate sale is due. Please send in your payments if you have not done so as of yet.
Order form is enclosed. Please note if paying with cash you must give exact amount we cannot provide change.
- Group picture day is Monday Nov. 19th (All students are to be in Full Uniform)
- Individual Picture day is Tuesday Nov. 20th. Only if you are ordering pictures your child may come to school in their favorite outfit, on this day.
- 8th Grade Graduation Picture day is Tuesday Nov. 20th
Dress Down ($2) day will be this Thursday, Nov. 8th. We apologize as we forgot to include it on the November calendar.
Broadway Café Fundraiser:
The brochure for this fundraiser was sent home today. This is not mandatory fundraiser but we do encourage you to participate. All help in fundraisers are greatly appreciated.
Our monthly school Flea Market is being sponsored by the 6th grade and will be held on Sunday, November 11th
Storybook Character Day:
On Friday, November 30th students in grades Nursery through 4th grade will celebrate their favorite literary characters. They may come to school dressed as their favorite storybook character. We encourage you to all to make your own costumes. No masks, swords or wands will be allowed.
Remind is our text messaging system that the school uses to communicate with parents. If you have not received a remind text message, please call the office so that we may add your number.
For all the dates and information, please click on the link below.
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