From the Office
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, to anyone who has Irish ancestry for the whole year, or just for today! May your troubles be less and your blessings be more, and nothing but happiness come through your door.
All K-8 students will be attending Holy Mass on Friday, March 19th at 8:30 AM for the Solemnity of St. Joseph. The students will be in their own sections, and the parishioners will have a separate section. Parents are invited to attend!
A few parking lot related issues:
It is the time of year that I need to remind everyone to please follow IHM’s drop-off procedures. We know they aren’t always the most convenient, but they are in place to make sure that everyone stays as safe as possible, and we appreciate your cooperation! For drop-off:
- Please do not drive around cars in front of you in the line – wait for the entire line to pull forward and take your turn in exiting the parking lot.
- If you need to get out of the car to help your child, please park in the church parking lot and walk them over past the drop-off line.
- Grades K-2 should start entering the building in the morning at Door #8 (the door at the top of the stairs) on this Thursday. The door they have been entering will remain locked.
Also, the Fish Fry this Friday will be competing with our pick-up procedure! For this Friday, March 19, we would prefer that you not park but instead use the pick-up line. If you feel you must park, please park along the back fence of the church parking lot, away from the cones that will be set up for the Fish Fry.
If your students are entering ECE, 4K, or Kindergarten in the fall, and if you would like them to attend the ECE Summer Session
, sign up here: https://immaculateheartmonona.wufoo.com/forms/q4jk2yl1uofezn/
! ECE School Year session ends on Thursday, June 10th and ECE Summer Session will go from June 14-August 23, with no classes July 5-9th. If you have any questions, let us know!
Catholic Schools provide a firm foundation for the growth and development of your child. Pray for a year filled with faith and learning. Let us be a community of service to one another and to our world.
Callie Meiller, Principal