Monday, February 25th
20% of your purchases accompanied by this certificate will be donated to:
St. Anthony Home and School Association
All family and friends of St. Anthony’s Home and School Association are invited to participate in this fundraising event
Come in for lunch, dinner or just a quick snack!
Located at 4322 Remembrance Rd. NW.
The Local Kitchen + Sports Lounge gift cards are available in SCRIP Cash and Carry in $10 & $20 cards!
You must present the flyer below to your server and 20% of your purchase will go to support:
St. Anthony’s Home and School Association.
*Valid towards Dine-In and Take Out. Not valid towards gift card purchases. Flyers are not permitted to be distributed inside/outside of the restaurant.
Flyer for The Local Fundraiser
Early Childhood Information Night – February 27, 2019
United by faith and service, St. Anthony of Padua School Community forms knowledgeable students who are moral and courageous Catholic leaders.
St. Anthony of Padua offers:
- 3 year old preschool: 2 half days/week
- 4 year old preschool: 3 half days/week
- Developmental kindergarten: 5 half days/week
- Kindergarten: 5 full days/week
- Childcare: 7:00am—6:00 pm daily
Interested in Learning More? Join us for our Open and Information Night!
February 27, 2019
*Childcare will be available*
****UPDATE: DATE CHANGE TO MARCH 12, 2019
Do you know what apps are on your child’s phone? What are the latest social media trends? Do you wonder about how to talk to kids about online pornography, limit screen time, and protect them from digital strangers?
In the digital age, parents must be observant, engaged, and informed. We’ll discuss digital realities, strategies, and practical solutions that will enlighten, equip and encourage parents who want to teach their children how to use technology responsibly. The talk will include specific recommendations for filters and detailed explanations of popular apps and parental controls.
The Protect Young Eyes team, led by founder, Chris McKenna, presents around the United States to students and adults about how to use technology responsibly. Parents can visit our website, built with families in mind, at https://protectyoungeyes.com/blog
All are Welcome
Partnering with Parent Presentation will be on Tuesday, March 12 at 6:30 pm. Childcare will be available.
RSVP is requested, click here for tickets.
One student per class was recognized for demonstrating the Virtue of the Month, Generosity, throughout the month of December. Responsibility is giving of oneself in a willing and cheerful manner for the good of others
GENEROSITY LOOKS LIKE
- Spending time with someone else
- Thinking of others first
- Sharing with someone
- Bringing food to the poor
GENEROSITY SOUNDS LIKE
- Would you like to play with me?
- I will push you on the swing first.
- Would you like this?
- I gave food to the poor.
Thank you to all of our students who went out of their way to give to someone else throughout the month of December! There were several 8th-grade students recognized for their work with their ministry: HQGR; a drop-in center for teens in Grand Rapids.
The Diocese of Grand Rapids’ Office of Communications issues the following statement in response to the
announcement by the Michigan Department of the Attorney General regarding an investigation into the
Catholic Church in Michigan. Continue reading “From the Bishop’s Office”