Monthly Newsletter

JANUARY

Dear Parents,

I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a very Happy New Year. I hope you had a wonderful and blessed Christmas Season. Thank you for your tremendous support and all you do for our school. May the new year be filled with the peace and love of our Savior, Jesus Christ!

Many blessings,

Veronica Macias                                                                                      Principal                                                                                                             Mary Immaculate School

Upcoming Events

January 10

Mandatory Parent Meeting at 6:30 pm

January 11

Parent-Teacher conferences

12 pm dismissal

January 12

Parent-Teacher Conferences

12 pm dismissal

El Sembrador Ministries

Before becoming a school principal, I was part of the Sower Ministry, El Sembrador’s English Ministry, for six years. Three years ago El Sembrador invited me to join them on a new project, the promotion of Catholic education and Catholic schools in the Archdiocese.

I trust the ministry and the work that they do. It is a ministry with a beautiful mission and this project, in particular, has touched many hearts and opened new doors to many Catholic schools and families.

Mary Immaculate School will now be part of this wonderful project. I met with the producers in October to discuss the project and the topics that will be presented the next several months during a ten-minute segment on tv. Mary Immaculate will be presenting two topics. Our first presentation will be Monday, January 29th at 6 pm on ESNE TV. Mrs. Cisneros, the school choir, and I will be doing the first show.  I ask for your support since we will be asking students and/or parents to join us during some of our segments. But, above all, I ask for your prayers as we embark on this new journey.   

More Important News                                   

School Year 2018-2019

Now that the holidays are over, we need to start preparing for the following school year. There will be some changes in the way we do registration. The registration fee will be divided into two payments: re-registration fee ($50) and general fee ($325). A re-registration form will be sent home at the end of January. This form along with the re-registration fee of $50 for each returning student will be due at the end of February. If submitted in March, the fee will increase to $75 per student. Please register early so that you can pay the lowest amount possible.

The new re-registration process will allow us to have a clear number of returning students early in the year and will help us plan for the following year. It is essential that you submit the re-registration form on time. This year we were blessed with having a wait list for one class and had a couple of classes close to having a waiting list. We are expecting more classes to have a waiting list next school year.

The General Fee of $325 will be due in May. This includes workbooks, student agendas, technology, PE equipment, and SMART fee. Once the Re-registration fee, general feel, and special fees (if applicable) are paid, we will send the raffle tickets home. This will allow you to sell the raffle tickets to friends and family without having to cover that fee out of pocket. The fundraising fee (raffle tickets) is due in June before we go on summer break.

Remember that a registration is considered complete only when the Re-registration and General fees have been paid, the SMART form is signed and complete, and the Parent Agreement is signed and on file in the office.

Our goal is to have ALL  students fully registered by June. We will be going over the new re-registration process at our mandatory parent meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 10th.  

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