Monthly Archives: May 2022

Factory Shoe Fundraiser for St. Aloysius

Factory Shoe will donate $5.00 to St. Aloysius for any shoe purchase $35.00 or more before tax.  2 pairs of shoes $35.00 per pair or more is $10.00 donated to the school.   Please click on “factory shoe” to save your fundraising card, this card does not expire.  Please share this with family and friends.

Thank you

Factory Shoe

Administrator Updates

Hello St. Aloysius Community,

There will be changes to administration team beginning September 2022.

First, we (Ms. Foote and Mr. Mastroianni) would like to take a moment to thank the community, we could not have asked for a better community to serve.

Our transition to our new schools will be easier knowing we are leaving St. Aloysius in the very capable hands of Ms. Amy Flynn and Ms. Sherrie Rellinger.

Ms. Flynn will be assuming the principal role and Ms. Rellinger will be the new Vice Principal.

They are both very excited to begin their new journey with such a wonderful community.

Once again, thank you St. Aloysius Stars!

Janet Foote and Daniel Mastroianni

Phone system down at St. Aloysius

Morning.  The phone system at St. Aloysius is currently not working.  Please email deborah.kozak@wcdsb.ca regarding your child’s attendance.

Thank you

Relay for Life -June 10th

Relay for Life at SMH is a cancer fundraiser that has contributed thousands of dollars to cancer research. St. Aloysius and the St. Mary’s Family of Schools is participating by running and contributing funds. Please consider making a donation using the link below:

https://support.cancer.ca/site/Donation2?idb=1919537185&df_id=35306&FR_ID=28459&mfc_pref=T&PROXY_ID=487314&35306.donation=form1&PROXY_TYPE=22

 

Order now for June Pizza

June Pizza is on School Cash Online and ready for ordering. We will be having Pizza Day the first 2 weeks of June only.  Please have your orders in by May 15th 2022.

Thank you

 

Pre-register for Free Bike Helmets on May 29th

With the support of our sponsors McLeish Orlando and City of Kitchener, the Brain Injury Association will provide free bicycle helmets to children in Kitchener who cannot otherwise afford them. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, an online request for required pre-registration and a contactless drive-through pickup process has been developed.

The event will be located in the parking lot of the BIAWW at 493 Lancaster St. W on Sunday, May 29 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. The link for the registration form is: BIAWW Request for Free Children’s Helmet (google.com) and is also included in the flyer attached.

Kitchener Bike Helmet Flyer

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