The Disciple Maker Index Survey ends March 6th.
Reflect on your own spiritual growth and provide feedback on the efforts of our parish to help you grow. Help us by completing a 10-15-minute survey. If we had your email, the survey was emailed to you on or about February 6th by Disciple Maker Index. Use the link to the survey from that email; otherwise use the General link Survey.
Please help us spread the word! Share this survey with family members and friends from our parish! Please provide them with the General Link Survey.
There are also opportunities to complete the survey after daily and Sunday Mass or you can obtain a paper copy in the Church Commons or Parish Office. The survey will only be available until March 6th and will ask you to reflect on your own spiritual growth and enable you to provide feedback on what efforts the parish is doing to help you grow.
We are trying to get the highest response rate possible. This information will be invaluable to Fr. Dave and our various ministries as we plan and try to be the best disciples we can be. All responses will be kept confidential and the parish will only receive information about the community. We will receive the results this summer at which time we will share what we have learned with the entire parish.
With the back to school sales beginning earlier each year, we thought it would be helpful to pass along our school supply list for preschool. School supplies are “community supplies” so they do not need to be individually labeled. Children are asked to bring their school supplies to Open House in August.
Preschoolers will need a standard size backpack (no mini or novelty shaped backpacks please). Test the backpack to see if it will accommodate a 9 x 12 folder (without folding). Please label the backpack with your child’s name.
Children will be most comfortable in play clothes and shoes which allow for running, climbing and a little dirt. Sneaker type shoes are preferred (flip flops and crocs can be frustrating for children on the playground).
Choose clothing which allows for independence at bathroom time. Your child will spend some time outdoors each day (large motor time and/or waiting to be dismissed), so please remember to dress your child for the weather. When cool weather hits, remember to label your child’s sweatshirts, coats, hats & mittens. Your child will thank you