St M Celebration of the Arts: May 23
Join us for St M's Celebration of the Arts on Wednesday, May 23rd at the Middle School Singleton Campus.
- 5:30-6:30 p.m. - Visual Art Opening (K-8)
- 6:30-7:30 p.m. - Performing Arts and Presentations (Great Hall)
Every K-8 student will have a piece of art displayed.
Selections from our fourth grade Minds in Motion program, fifth grade choir and Middle School Open Mike will be performed.
The evening will also celebrate retiring faculty and finish with a short SMPA end-of-year meeting.
Wishing ALL of our Mothers of Dragons in our St M community THE MOST fabulous Mother's Day!
ONE.TOGETHER. The Campaign for St. Michael's
The Campaign Steering Committee is pleased to share the Mary Morton Parsons two-to one challenge grant was met May 1. Many thanks to all those who supported the challenge with gifts and pledges!
Construction is moving at a fast pace for Hubbard Hall. We have lights! The building now has power and light fixtures are being installed. Majority of drywall is up and bathrooms are sparkling with ceramic tiles.
As work progresses on the building, the Capital Campaign Committee, with the support of the Development Office, continues to move forward in the "quiet" phase of the campaign, meeting and securing gifts and pledges from a wide range of constituencies. Meeting with parents, grandparents, alumni families and friends of the School on an individual basis provides a greater understanding of the project and its funding needs. The philanthropic goal of the campaign is $4.2 M. Please contact Ned Witthoeftt
, campaign co-chair, or the Development Office,
if you would like additional information.
Click HERE to visit the One.Together. page on the website for a video showcasing the new Lower School, campaign updates, construction photos, and more.
Thank you for the many ways you are involved with St. Michael's!
Eighth Grade End of Year Information
It is hard to believe that we are weeks away from eighth grade graduation.
To help navigate this busy time of year, ATTACHED
please find a one-stop guide to the exciting culmination of the Class of 2018’s time at St. Michael’s, including the exams and graduation day schedule, baccalaureate service, class gift and more.
Congratulations and best wishes to the wonderful Class of 2018! Remember: Once a Dragon, ALWAYS a Dragon!
Extended Programs Feedback
As we finish up another exciting year of our growing St M Extended Day Program, we seek parent input on your experiences and wish lists as we plan for the coming school year.
Click HERE to respond to a short survey.
As you answer our survey questions, please note that Extended Programs includes: Lower School core extended day, Middle School pay-as-you-go extended day, enrichment classes (e.g., art, fishing, etc.) but DOES NOT include athletics (e.g., SMBA, intramural and interscholastic sports teams). Thank you for your feedback!
Middle School Late Arrivals
If you are dropping your child at the Middle School after 8:05 p.m., a reminder that you must park, walk the student to the Front Office and sign them in. We need parents to abide by the policy. Thank you.
Return Middle School Sports Uniforms
To all those who participated in St M spring sports, please wash and return clean uniforms ASAP to Mr. Kern and Mrs. Martin. Thank you!
Coca-Cola Give Program
Use codes from your favorite Coke products to donate to St. Michael's!
Go to https://us.coca-cola.com/give/schools/
, search for St Michael's Episcopal School and scan or enter product codes. Any Coca-Cola Beverage that has a product code under its cap or printed on paper packaging is eligible to be used for donation. Donations will be doubled from now through May 18th and all Coca-Cola donations go directly back to the school.
LS Library Help Needed
If anyone can spare a half hour or more the week of May 21 or May 28 to help in the Lower School library, Mrs. Wise would welcome the help!
Please email Mrs. Wise
with availability. She will need help organizing and packing books. Thank you!
Lost and Found to Be Donated
All Middle School Lost and Found items will be donated to Goodwill on Friday, May 18. Please encourage your children to check if any items are theirs.
No Hot Lunch in June
A friendly reminder that there will be no hot lunch in June.
St M Spectacular Summer Camps:
Register TODAY! Don't wait as several St M camps have already filled.
Please contact Allyson Steele, Director of Summer Programs, with any questions.
New Spring Spiritwear!
Be sure to check out our Spiritwear website
for NEW spring items including tie-dye shirts, short sleeve tees, and picnic blankets.
Around the Halls...
Check out our Media Gallery
for photos of events and learning that took place this week at St M!
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Current and past issues of "This Week at St. Michael's" are now archived on our website under "News and Events
," as well as under "Community
Dates to Remember
Please check our online School Calendar
for the 2017-2018 Academic Calendar.
for key dates for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year.
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and receive automatic updates! (Families should download the Academic Calendar as well as a Lower School or Middle School calendar.)
Monday, May 14:
- Dragon Dress Day (6th-8th Grade)
Tuesday, May 15:
Wednesday, May 16:
- MS Chapel, 8 a.m. (led by 8th Grade, parents welcome)
- Kindergarten Author's Day (Adams), 8:30 a.m.
- Middle School New Parent Reception (for ALL rising 6th grade families and new families), 6:30 p.m., Great Hall, Singleton Campus
Thursday, May 17:
- Kindergarten Author's Day (Somerville), 8:30 a.m.
- Lower School New Parent Reception (for ALL rising K families and new Lower School families), 6:30 p.m., Great Hall, Singleton Campus
Friday, May 18:
- 4th Grade Explorer's Day, 8:30 a.m., Dundas-Hatcher Hall.
NOTE: Due to the volume of sports practices and games, please consult the online School calendar for practice/game dates and times.
Annual Spaghetti Dinner and Gift Basket Raffle, St. Michael's Church
Sunday, 5/20 at 5:30 p.m.
All ages are invited to this annual fundraiser for Outreach initiatives such as our Summer Mission Trips. The price of admission is a new pair of shoes to be donated for RAM (Remote Area Medical), or a donation to purchase shoes. A fun night of good food (made by STM Parent, Ned Flemming) and fellowship.
REGISTER NOW for the Summer Mission Trip - IMPACT Richmond (www.impactrichmond.org)
Open to all rising 7th grade students and above
* What: A
local mission to repair homes in the Richmond area. For more details, please visit the site listed above for a breakdown of a typical day.
Sunday, July 15 - Saturday, July 21
$325 / person ($275 for each additional child in your family)
*Registration NOW OPEN: https://www.impactrichmond.org/register-now
if you are interested (your costs will be covered).