Bishop Kelley Catholic School



“You are the light of the world … let your light shine before men.”

Friday, October 7, 2016

Mission Statement
It's that time of year again! Trunk-or-Treat is right around the
corner… Monday, October 31st, Halloween!!! We are asking
each family to donate one bag of candy (peanut free,
please). Candy can be dropped off in the office.

At Bishop Kelley Catholic
School we:

Believe that Jesus is Present,
Know the importance of our
Catholic faith,
Strive for spiritual growth and
academic excellence.

Hot Lunch Schedule
Mon—Chicken Snack Wrap
Tues—Grilled Cheese w/Chips
Wed—Baked Potato w/butter,
cheese or sour cream
Thurs—Pizza Grinder
Fri—McDouble Cheeseburger

**School Day**

The first Raiders’ Digest Meeting will be
next Wed., Oct. 12th at
3:45-4:00pm, upstairs
in the Fr. Goentges

Bishop Kelley website

Mrs. Clemens’ e-mail

Candy sorting will take place Thursday, October 27th from 1 PM
until it is done. Please contact Stephanie Carey if you would like
to volunteer for sorting. The more the merrier!
If you plan to have a car decorated on the day of the event, please e-mail or call Stephanie, 810-580-9774 or to ensure we have the lot planned
out accordingly. Thank You!

NEW this year — Sign-up for K-8th Gr. Parent/Teacher Conferences is on Sign up Genius at:
or you can call the office and I will sign you up. Conferences will be held on Monday,
November 7th & Thursday, November 10th, 3:45-5pm & 6:00-8:00pm in 15 minute intervals. If you do not make an appointment by Nov. 1st, one will be made for you. Sign Up
Genius will send you an email reminder.
TUITION STATEMENTS—On the bottom of the monthly tuition statement it states:

The $300 Raiders Hours Fee has been added to the Tuition and will be credited
in April when the 15 Hours have been met.

Even if you paid the tuition in full at the beginning of the year, your statement will still
show a balance of $300. When we receive the Raiders Hours sheet from PTG, the accounts will be credited accordingly. Hope this helps to clear up any questions. We are
hoping to start sending tuition statements by email starting in November.

Need some extra help with your studies? The NJHS students will be
offering FREE TUTORING for students on Wednesdays from 3:404:30pm in the Multi-purpose room upstairs in the Jr. High wing. Students must be picked up by 4:35pm or they will be sent to After
School Care and all rates will apply.
7th & 8th Grade Girls Volleyball permission slips are now available on our web site under the sports tab. Forms are due by Wed.,
Oct. 12th. Also, all sports schedules are available on line. Please
come cheer on our BKCS Raiders!



10th thru 14th—IOWA Testing

25th—4th/5th Gr. To Seven Ponds, 8:30-12:00

12th—Soil Presentation in 5th Gr. @ 2pm
Rosary Making, 3:45-4:45pm, Comm. Room

26th—3rd & 4th to State Capitol and Museum, 9-2:00
27th—1st & 2nd Gr. To Seven Ponds, 1:40-2:20

13th—7th Gr. Benthic Monitoring, 8:45-1:30
18th—K/1st/2nd to Upland Hills Farm, 8:35-12:30

28th—BKCS OPEN—Public School Closed—No Buses
End of 1st Quarter

19th—PTG Meeting at 6pm
7th/8th Band Concert, 7pm, Lapeer High School

31st—Happy Halloween!
Trunk Or Treat @ 2pm


PTG (Parent/Teacher Guild) Meeting is Wed., Oct.
19th at 6pm. All parents are invited. We will be
meeting in the Computer Lab for a “Tech Safety
Night”. Learn about social networking, texting,
gaming and how to keep your child safe online.
Technology is changing fast and many of us are
struggling to stay one step ahead of our kids. This
is for parents ONLY. Please join us!

Rosary Making for Missions, Wed., Oct. 12th, 3:454:45pm, in the Comm. Room. All students invited.
Students in K-3rd must have an adult with them.

We only have “1” Chair position open! We are still
in need of a Walk-a-thon Picnic Chair. Thank you
to everyone who has volunteered!

IOWA Testing will take place Oct. 3rd—14th. Here are some tips to help students do their best:
Encourage your child to do well but don’t pressure him/her. It is important for your child to stay relaxed for the
Make sure that your child gets enough sleep the nights before testing.
Ensure that your child eats a healthy breakfast and avoid heavy foods that may make him/her groggy. Protein
and fiber will help your student stay full and focused.
Drink plenty of water and eat water filled fruits and vegetables.
Avoid high sugar foods that may make him/her hyper and/or crashing.
Make sure your child gets up early enough so that he/she will be on time to school.
Talking about the test with your child can relieve stress. Encourage your child to do his/her best!