REQUIRED SCHOOL PHYSICAL EXAM:

posted by Gary Clayton

  • All students entering Kindergarten are required to have a school physical exam and be up-to-date with immunization.  They are also required to have a vision exam and dental exam.
  • Students entering 2nd grade are required by state law to have a dental exam.
  • Students entering 6th grade are required to have a physical exam and dental exam.
  • Students wishing to participate in CYO, IESA, and ACES athletic programs are required to receive a sports physical prior to participation.       

LUNCH AND BEFORE & AFTER CARE BALANCES:

posted by Gary Clayton

All lunch and Before & After Care outstanding balances must be paid in full.  Any student with a lunch or Before/After Care outstanding balance will not receive his/her report card until it is paid.  Tuesday’s picnic lunch is free for the students.  There will be Before and After Care on Tuesday, May 29th, and Before Care only on Wednesday, May 30th.  Please call the office if you are unsure of your student’s balance. 

CHOOSING TUITION PAYMENT PLAN ON FACTS:

posted by Gary Clayton

On Wednesday, FACTS sent out email invites to our school families with information on how to choose your tuition payment for 2018-2019 (paying in full or opting for a monthly payment plan.).  They sent the email to all families in our RenWeb system, so please disregard if your children are preschoolers, have graduated, or are not returning next year.  I emailed our families yesterday with an attachment of more specific directions on how to access FACTS through your Renweb Parent Portal.  Please select your tuition option on FACTS by June 15th.  If you have any questions or difficulties, contact the school office.

PTO BOARD OPENINGS:

posted by Gary Clayton

The PTO is looking for 2 board members to replace outgoing members of the board.  The PTO board currently meets on the first Wednesday of each month from August through May at 6:00 p.m.  If interested or for more information, contact Sue Kelley or Penny Weiman, next year’s president (430-0391)  

FREE SPORTS PHYSICALS:

posted by Gary Clayton

Advance Physical Therapy will be having their free sports physicals on June 5 and July 17 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.  The physicals are for all CYO, IESA, ACES, QND, QHS, and any other school sports physical.  The only athletes not included are 6th and 9th graders due to requirements with school physicals and immunizations.  The physicals are free, but an appointment must be made by calling 217-222-9300.   The physicals may be given at their 927 Broadway, Suite 100 Advance location.  (Blessing Physicians Building)

MEGA RAFFLE EVENT:

posted by Gary Clayton

The “MEGA EVENT” will be on Saturday, June 2nd, from 5 – 11 p.m. on the KC Grounds. The drawings for the remaining 55 prizes, including the $100,000 cash Grand Prize, the 2nd Prize, which is your choice of a 2018 Chevy Mustang or a 2018 Kia Sorento, and the 3rd Prize, which is $10,000 will take place that evening. The prize drawings will start at 6 p.m. that night. There will be lots of food and beverages, and the band “ELEVEN” will play from 7 – 11 p.m.

JUNEFEST UPDATES:

posted by Gary Clayton

We are having a big push to sell our tickets and meet our goal.  As a reminder, we need to sell 1200 tickets to have the Big Prize Raffle and would love to surpass that amount.  We are counting on all the school and parish families to sell as many tickets as possible, and some really great incentives have been offered.  In order to qualify for incentives, tickets must be turned in by June 8.  Volunteer spots are still available. To sign-up, access the Junefest Sign-up Genius. We encourage the students to take on a shift in Kiddie Land, too.  Thank you for the support and positive energy. Let's hit our goal of 2000 tickets and have a fantastic celebration on June 16!   - The Junefest Committee 

SPECIAL GIFT:

posted by Gary Clayton

Mrs. Ellerman received a very generous financial gift of $1,000 from one of the class’s Vet’s Home buddies to use for 5th grade projects and needs.  The buddy is very appreciative of the program and the time the students have spent visiting the Vets each month during the school year, and wanted to show his appreciation in a special way.  Mrs. Ellerman is greatly appreciative of his thoughtful generosity, and will put the funding to good use.

GRANT RECIPIENTS:

posted by Gary Clayton

Congratulations to Mrs. Katie O’Neal and Mrs. Nan Wood on being awarded grants.  Both teachers received grants from Mercantile Bank’s Banking on Youth Program for special projects.  Mrs. O’Neal’s grant will be used for materials for her students to use to crochet blankets for the NICU at Cardinal Glennon and make fidget blankets for Alzheimer patients.   Mrs. Wood is using her grant, as well as a Penny Power grant from Adams Electric Cooperative, to purchase Google computer textbooks for the students to use during computer classes.

QCES RUNNING CLUB PARTICIPATES IN BRIDGE THE GAP:

posted May 21, 2018, 7:47 AM by Gary Clayton

Our Running Club students will be participating in the Bridge the Gap to Health Race tomorrow.  They have been training for the event since March under the leadership of teachers Leah Waters and Mollie Ozment.  Good luck to the runners! We hope you have great times, a wonderful experience, and lots of fun!

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