Raising Funds Without Fundraising: Keeping Children’s Education Affordable
Scrip is an easy way to raise money for St. Mary Catholic School without selling anything. Companies sell gift cards to the school at a reduced rate. The school then sells the cards to you at face value, and the school keeps the difference as profit. For example: Giant Eagle will sell St. Mary Catholic School a $100 gift card for $95. The school will then sell you the $100 gift card at face value and you have access to the full amount when you go the store. You earn money for the school by spending the money that you spend already! The only thing extra to do is make sure you have ordered your Scrip. Click here for more information.
Registration packets for the next Academic year were mailed to current families the first week of February. Open registration for Montessori and PreK will be March 1st. If you are interested in touring St. Mary Catholic School and receiving registration information, please contact Tammi Bradley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday evening was a success and we thank you for your support of the SMS Foundation dinner and benefit drawing. The Parish Center looked beautiful and the cookies were delicious.
St. Mary Catholic School will celebrate our diocesan recognition of Catholic Schools Week in April. We will have more on this celebration week as the date approaches.
For information about any of the activities during the National celebration of Catholic Schools, please call the school office at 740-374-8181 or email Marketing Director, Tammi Bradley at email@example.com
In a joint effort between the Marketing Department & the school office, an "Irish Update" is distributed every Friday afternoon. It is a newsletter containing important information of activities that are currently going on and upcoming events. Please be sure to read your email edition of the Irish Update every week! Please call the school office at 740-374-8181 if you are having technical difficulties receiving the Update, or would like added to the email list to receive The Irish Update every Friday afternoon.