Dear SPC Families,

This week, our Superintendent asked me to meet with Illinois State Senator, Laura Murphy regarding the Invest In Kids Act. Tuesday, other Catholic school principals in her legislative district and I, along with the Director of the Catholic Conference of Illinois, met to share the positive impact of the Invest In Kids Act and advocate for its extension beyond the targeted sunset of this legislation in 2023. Since the legislation's inception, St Paul of the Cross has served over 40 families through this program with valuable scholarships!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING THE TAX CREDIT SCHOLARSHIP

I have gone back and forth debating whether I should share my concerns with our community regarding the startling nature of the conversation. Still, I feel strongly that, together, we need to advocate for Catholic schools. At the end of our discussion, we asked Senator Murphy if she had any questions regarding the conversation; she had two questions, which is why I feel compelled to share our school community.

Senator Murphy claimed that the criticism of the legislation is that Catholic schools are not held to the same assessment standards as public schools, that we do not assess our students, and we do not have to follow state guidelines. This concern could not be farther from the truth. As you all know, we assess our students three times a year using IReady. Moreover, the legislation mandates that students receiving the tax credit scholarship be assessed a fourth time in the spring. This important aspect of the legislation has been strictly adhered to by all Catholic schools. Our school policies and procedures are vetted and approved by the Illinois State Board of Education each year through the non-public renewal process. We are also visited by the State Board of Education every five years to ensure that our policies, programming, record-keeping, and procedures fully align with state guidelines. The Illinois State Board of Education visited St Paul of the Cross in the Spring of 2022, and we passed with full recognition with no recommendations for improvement. 

Her second concern was that Catholic schools were not mandated to follow Covid guidelines dictated by IDPH and disregarded the guidelines when opening in 2020-2022. We all know this claim couldn't be further from the truth. I am sure you all don't need reminders of the Covid guidelines of times past that this claim is wrong. If anything, we were stricter than recommended guidelines.

While my colleagues and I respectfully clarified the misinformation with regard to her woeful lack of awareness of the details of legislation and policies of the Illinois Board of Education, it is a concern that our elected official, who is up for reelection, is making an important decision that impacts so many families without doing her homework regarding the Invest in Kids Act legislation and the guidelines of the Illinois State Board of Education as it relates to non-public school recognition. I would appreciate it if you have time to contact Senator Laura Murphy (Senator Laura Murphy) to advocate that she support legislation that will extend this program beyond the 2023 sunset date. Please click here for a sample letter asking for support in extending the highly successful Invest in Kids Tax Credit Scholarship (TCS) Program.

CHRISTMAS SHOW 2022
The Christmas Show for Preschool-3rd grade is set for December 21st at 10:30 in the church. While I know that this time is in the middle of a work day and that an evening performance is often easier for parents, it is not easier for the little ones who have to perform. We know our kids are at their best during the day rather than at 7:00 pm when they are winding down for the day and preparing for the nighttime routine. I hope that by giving you advance notice, you will be able to join us. The event will also be live-streamed.

HOME AND SCHOOL OUT OF UNIFORM:
A reminder that tomorrow is a Home and School Out of Uniform Day!

HALLOWEEN COSTUME GUIDELINES:
As you prepare for students' Halloween costumes that they'll wear to school on October 31st, please be mindful of the following:

  • School rules regarding dress code must be followed in terms of appropriate attire.
  • Nothing that promotes the use of illegal substances or activities or is derogatory, disrespectful, or depicts violence. 
  • Students may wear hats & hoods as part of a costume on this day only. 
  • ALL costume preparations are to be completed at home. (No dressing or applying make-up or colored hairspray once students arrive at school).  
  • No masks or weapons (nun chucks/sickles/swords/knives/guns, etc.) 
  • Students or parents who have questions about the acceptability of their costume should check with their homeroom teacher before wearing the costume to school. 
  • Students wearing inappropriate costumes will need to call home to bring a change of clothes up to them. 
  • PARENTS: Please help support an appropriate, distraction-free learning environment for all students by assuring that your student adheres to these guidelines. 

St. Paul of the Cross Feast Day
Today is St. Paul of the Cross Feast Day. The students and faculty received tootsie pops as a little celebration. 

Exciting Update on the Techrise Challenge
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Dr. Ochsner and the team of SPC 7th graders just completed building their NASA-funded experiment for the NASA Techrise Challenge and delivered it this week! Their experiment has a camera, light, and box full of metallic space junk that will be ejected when it reaches space and microgravity. The camera will record how much space junk is collected onto their magnetic space junk collector. Two special metallic objects are a medal of St. Paul of the Cross and a medal of Pope Francis, which Fr. James Wallace blessed. The box also contains an SD card full of student photos at St. Paul of the Cross. The rocket built by UP Aerospace will carry our experiments into space early next spring in New Mexico! 

Peace,
Dr. Erika Mickelburgh


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We have an active and vibrant parish and encourage everyone to read the weekly bulletins for Fr. James' weekly letter and stay informed about all upcoming events and programs. 

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Dear SPC Families,

I hope you all enjoyed your parent-teacher conferences last week! Just a reminder that tomorrow is the last day your child can wear shorts as part of the uniform. Tomorrow is also a spirit wear day for the entire school. 

Please keep the 8th graders in your prayers as they will be at the Holy Fire Retreat sponsored by the Archdiocese of Chicago tomorrow; this is part of their Confirmation preparation.

October 17th is the CHICKEN COSTUME DATE –Need I say more other than I am looking forward to not having to kiss one this year?  

October 20th-We Celebrate the Feast Day of St. Paul of the Cross. The students will receive a special treat that day! 

Fun Fair October 31st

Please look for the information regarding the Fun Fair in an email from Home and School! This year Fun Fair is on a Monday, and we are celebrating on Halloween!

SPC Soccer

We wish our SPC soccer teams the best as they begin the conference quarterfinal playoffs today, October 13th. Go cheer them on If you have a chance on this lovely fall day!

JV Soccer

SPC Gold will play SJB black at 4:30 pm at Golf Mill Park

SPC Blue plays MSW White at 4:30 pm at Jaycee Park in Park Ridge

Varsity Soccer

Varsity Tigers plays SRB at 4 pm at Dunham Park

Varsity Gold plays SJB at 5 pm at NiRidge.

Congratulations SPC Tigers! 

Parent Mingles
I look forward to seeing K-1st parents tonight and 2nd-3rd parents on Tuesday night at the Harp & Fiddle for the last of our fall Parent Mingles!

Have a great weekend. 
Peace,

Dr. Erika Mickelburgh


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FUN FAIR!

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Dear Parents, 
We are excited to roll out the initial details for this year's Fun Fair. All students will be participating in this year's fair on Monday, October 31st.  Early childhood classrooms will participate in the EGC building and students from K - 8 will participate in the gym.  
In order to volunteer for the K - 8 event, you can sign up here. The early childhood sign ups will be coordinated through each classroom's room parents. 
The schedule of events for K - 8 students are below. We are also looking for volunteers to help set-up on Sunday, October 30th (kids welcome). We need a lot of parents to help make this work, so we appreciate everyone's support. As a reminder, all volunteers on school grounds must be VIRTIS Certified, and this can be done virtually! 
 

FUN FAIR Schedule 2022-

October 31

GYM

8:10-8:40

Kindergarten

8:50-9:20

1st

9:30-10:00

2nd

10:10-10:40

3rd

10:50-11:20

4th

11:30-12:00

5th

12:05-12:35

6th

12:40-1:10

7th

1:15-1:45

8th

1:45-3:10

CLEAN UP

 
As in year's past, we are asking all children to help by donating candy to the event. All candy assignments are listed below and we are asking for at least one bag to be brought in per student. If you cannot find the item you are assigned, please choose something else off of this list. Candy can be brought in starting on Monday, October 17th through Friday, October 28th and given to your child's homeroom teacher. 
 

GRADE

CANDY

PS/PK

Fruit snacks or rice krispie treats

Kindergarten

Nerds or Hershey Chocolate Kisses

1st

Dum Dum lollipops or Tootsie roll pops

2nd

Milk Duds

3rd

Sour Patch Kids

4th

Rolos or Whoppers

5th

Laffy Taffy or Airheads

6th

Smarties or Starbursts

7th

Skittles or Twizzlers

8th

Junior Mints or York peppermint patties

We are looking forward to one of the best events of the year and cannot wait to celebrate Halloween with the students.  More specific details will be included on upcoming Thursday mailers for this event. 
Thank you, 
Home & School Association

 We look forward to seeing parents from K-1st and 2nd-3rd at the upcoming Parent Mingles Tonight and Tuesday Evening!

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Next Home & School Meeting is on Friday, October 21st 8:00 am in Duffin Hall!
We hope to see another room full! Come right after drop-off and hear what's going on with all of our exciting events and programs this year. 


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We have an active and vibrant parish and encourage everyone to read the weekly bulletins for Fr. James' weekly letter and stay informed about all upcoming events and programs. 

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Dear SPC Families,

I hope you are enjoying parent-teacher conferences, as they are a valuable opportunity to meet your child's teachers and discuss their progress. We value this time to partner with you.

A reminder that October 15th is the last day when warm weather uniforms can be worn… no more shorts after October 15th.

New Drop Off and Pick Up Procedures Beginning Tuesday, October 11th:

The safety of our students is essential; please follow all the rules. They apply to all individuals picking up and dropping off with no exceptions. Please let me know if any parent is interested in helping with pick-up and drop-off in the kiss-and-go lines. 

EGC:

Protocols will remain the same with the EGC. However, please be mindful that traffic on Summit will increase with an added drop-off and pick-up point on Summit. If you park on Summitt or the metra spots, you will notice an increase in traffic dropping off in the morning.

UGC (new drop-off available on Summit)

Students in grades 4-8 (3rd grade will still enter through B10) will now be able to be dropped off on Summit. This will hopefully help the congestion in the big lot. Please note the following:

  • Do not drive east on Summit and drop your child off in the middle of the road! That is unsafe. You must let your child off at the curb when your car is facing westbound. 
  • Do not drive east on Summit and then do a u-turn to drop your child off at the curb…. That will send Dr. M into a whirlwind of anger not often witnessed.
  • No u-turns at any time on Summit.
  • Please only send your child across the street at the crosswalk if you are parking in the metra spots. Do not wave your child across the street.
  • There is no left turn out of the main parking lot onto Washington; please follow the signs.

Thank you for adhering to these rules. Ensuring that all our children are dropped off and picked up safely is important, and your cooperation is appreciated. I know these times on campus are busy, but patience is important in keeping everyone safe.  

Trivia Night

Trivia Night is just four weeks away, so grab your friends and family and sign up for a table. This is such a fun event you won't want to miss! Please click here to register your table, or see below for more details. 

 

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SPC Life Team Attention 7th & 8th Graders! Starting Next Thursday, October 13th!
Come join SPC Life Team!
Open to 7th and 8th graders 
We meet one Thursday each month at lunch/recess time starting October 13th.
We do lots of fun service projects while promoting the respect of ALL life: baby bottle project, caroling at the Summit, Easter baskets for single moms, help with collections for the poor, FMSC, Gigi’s House collections. 

Come to our first monthly meeting at lunch/recess on Thursday 10/13 in the Stem lab ( we’ll meet on 11/10 and 12/1 also). Any questions or if any parents want to help, just email Karen Maloney at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 

Home & School Association 

FUN FAIR!

The Fun Fair is just around the corner and the SPC Home and School Association needs your help with one of the biggest events of the year! This year's fair will be on Monday, October 31st. Children from Kindergarten through 8th grade will have the chance to participate in the fair, which consists of several games with candy prizes inside the school gym. All Preschool rooms will have their own version of the Fun Fair hosted in the EGC building.    

Keep your eye on your email next Tuesday. That email will contain the candy assignments per grade level and a Sign Up Genius link for volunteering. We will need volunteers in 3 different areas: 

  • Set up Crew on Sunday morning, October 30th
  • A.M., P.M., and full day coverage options for the Fun Fair on Monday, October 31st
  • Clean up Crew from 1:30 - 4 PM on Monday afternoon, October 31st 

Only volunteers will be allowed inside the Fun Fair, as it will be closed off to visitors and spectators... so you don't want to miss out on this opportunity to celebrate with the students! As a reminder, all volunteers must be VIRTUS certified.  

More information about the event will be released on Tuesday; but until then, let us know if you have any questions at all. 
The Fun Fair Committee


 K-1st and 2nd-3rd Parent Mingles! RSVP by clicking on the flyer!

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We have an active and vibrant parish and encourage everyone to read the weekly bulletins for Fr. James' weekly letter and stay informed about all upcoming events and programs. 

Please click here for the latest bulletin. 
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Dear SPC Families,

I want to start by saying THANK YOU for your amazing generosity for the Fun Run! We are excited to announce we have raised close to $160,000. The money is still coming in, so we will celebrate soon once we have finalized the numbers. The Fun Run goes towards operating costs. As many of you know, we increased tuition by 3% this year, while our expenses increased by 10% to 15%, depending on the expense. This situation created a very tight budget, and the Fun Run surpassed our goal, helping the operational vitality of our school. A thank you to Renee Tarasevich, who, as I write, is working diligently to secure an authentic chicken costume. We are grateful for her enthusiasm, attention to detail, and, most importantly, putting the FUN in FUN RUN!

Tomorrow the 8th grade class of 2023 will be going to Lake Geneva Adventures for a day of team building, high ropes, and zip lining! Stay tuned for updates on our social media!

We are hosting parent mingles at Harp and Fiddle tonight and next month, and I look forward to seeing you there for some fun and community building. Please see the Home & School flyer below with the link to RSVP!

Also, the Endowment Committee is hosting Trivia Night 2022 on Friday, November 4th. Be sure to reserve your tables early, as space in the Parish Life Center (gym) is limited. See below for the details and registration link.

A Few Words About the Bus:
I am well aware that the announcement earlier this week has upset many people, and for that, I am sorry. I appreciate the feedback but also feel the need to clarify a few points:

  1. The decision was motivated by the lack of drivers. There is a nationwide shortage of drivers, and it is also impacting the reality in our community.
  2. A conversation did happen regarding the adjustment of the SPC start time, which would require SPC to start at 7:15 am and end at 2:15. This is simply not an option that I will entertain.
  3. The possibility of parents paying for bus service: the cost per child would be roughly $1000. While some parents might be willing to pay that sum, the majority (I am guessing) would not. The payment for bus service does not fix the root cause, which is there are no drivers.
  4. What about SPC purchasing buses for SPC? This is also not a viable option for multiple reasons: the cost of buses, the search for drivers, etc.
  5. SPC is the only non-public school within D64 that has bus service; private schools are not entitled to bus transportation from public schools.  

I empathize with the fact that this decision has impacted families; however, I do think it is the only possible solution at this time.

Parent Teacher Conferences:
Today Pick a time was sent out to schedule conferences next week. After we sent out the initial email, we realized the times were incorrect for preschool-3 as those conference times should be 20 minutes. Please go into the schedule and adjust your schedule accordingly if you would like the full 20-minute slot. All conferences for grades 4-8 are only 10 minutes per teacher because you have to meet with multiple content areas. I apologize for the error.

Coming Soon— Updated Drop-off and Pick-up Procedures 
Given that Summit Avenue will be available for pick up and drop off, we are working to finalize the plans and will email those in a separate email next week. I will reiterate, especially as we approach the season of bad weather, we must remain safe and follow those rules. A few reminders:

  1. Only drop off your student in the drop-off lanes. DO NOT HAVE THEM CROSS TRAFFIC THROUGH THE DROP-OFF LANES.
  2. Do not exit the kiss and go through the cones.
  3. Parents must remain in the car when using the kiss-and-go lanes.
  4. Do not make u-turns on Summit.
  5. If parking in the metra spots on Summit (you do so at the risk of getting a ticket), do not wave kids across the street or cross at places other than the crosswalk.
  6. Do not make a left turn on Washington out of the parking lot during drop-off and pick-up hours.

Peace,
Dr. Erika Mickelburgh


 

School Updates

SPC Life Team Attention 7th & 8th Graders!
Come join SPC Life Team!
Open to 7th and 8th graders 
We meet one Thursday each month at lunch/recess time starting October 13th.
We do lots of fun service projects while promoting the respect of ALL life: baby bottle project, caroling at the Summit, Easter baskets for single moms, help with collections for the poor, FMSC, Gigi’s House collections. 
Come to our first monthly meeting at lunch/recess on Thursday 10/13 in the Stem lab ( we’ll meet on 11/10 and 12/1 also). Any questions or if any parents want to help, just email Karen Maloney at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Homework Club
Every Monday and Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm in room 127, students in grades 4-8 can come as needed for help with homework or to catch up on missing assignments. There is no fee.

Please contact Ms. Frayn at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to tell her if your child is attending.


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Trivia Night on Friday, November 4, 2022- Time to Get Your Tables!
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FROM THE PARISH

We have an active and vibrant parish and encourage everyone to read the weekly bulletins for Fr. James' weekly letter and stay informed about all upcoming events and programs. 

Please click here for the latest bulletin. 
Please click here for Fr. James' "The Daily" - Daily Mass Readings and Reflections


 

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Dear SPC Families,

Our 2022 Tiger Fun Run is TOMORROW, Friday, September 23rd and the weather looks perfect for the event. THANK YOU to all the families that have pledged so generously! I want to give a very special shout-out of thanksgiving to our Fun Run Chairwomen, Renee Tarasevich, who is the mastermind and energy for all things fun run! Since we have successfully raised over $100,000, I am excited to announce that we will have February 13th off of school–the day after Superbowl Sunday! It also looks like we will reach our stretch goal of $140,000, so cluck cluck cluck–I will be spending a day dressed like a chicken; maybe next year we can figure out a challenge that doesn’t involve farm animals?  

We will be accepting online pledges through midnight of Fun Run Day at:  https://pledgestar.com/stpaulofthecross/   
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Some helpful reminders for tomorrow:

  • The big lot will be closed at 7:30 am. Please be patient and use caution as we utilize Washington for the big lot “kiss-and-go.”

  • Please do not park in FM Global Lot or the Ryan Parke Funeral Home Lot at any time during the school day. Please do not bring dogs to the Fun Run.

  • Be sure to send your student in his/her Fun Run t-shirt, comfortable bottoms, gym shoes, and a full water bottle!

  • Come cheer the students on! Make a sign, wear your favorite team jersey, or just come as you are and cheer on your SPC All-Star as they run laps in the big lot (schedule below).

Fun Run Schedule – Friday, September 23:

  • ¶    Multi-Age Early Childhood: 8:30-8:55 am
  • ¶    Kindergarten: 9:10-9:35 am
  • ¶    1st Grade:  9:40-10:05 am
  • ¶    2nd Grade: 10:10-10:35 am
  • ¶    3rd Grade: 10:40-11:05 am
  • ¶    4th Grade: 11:10-11:35 am
  • ¶    LUNCH: 11:40 am -12:20 pm
  • ¶    5th Grade: 12:20-12:45 pm
  • ¶    6th Grade: 12:50-1:15 pm
  • ¶    7th Grade: 1:20-1:45 pm
  • ¶    8th Grade: 1:50-2:15 pm

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES OCTOBER 6th and 7th:
Next week we will send out the Pick a Time information to sign up for parent-teacher conferences. This year will offer in-person conferences as well as Zoom conferences. A reminder that there is no school on those two days, and students will be given asynchronous work to complete.

FORGOTTEN ITEMS:
Another reminder that there are too many items being dropped off at school during the day. This is a disruption to the teachers and the classes. Water bottles do not have to be dropped off. All water fountains are working!

In the UGC, forgotten Chromebooks will be taken but will be left on the table outside the office. It is the student's responsibility to remember their Chromebooks each and every day. They will not be called down to get them!

Also, students will not be allowed to call home for their Chromebook or be able to get a loaner. 

Peace,

Dr. Erika Mickelburgh


School Updates

Notes From Fletcher Foy

If you have had a change of address, phone number, email update, etc. please be sure to let the office know of any of these changes. It is very important we have the most current information on file. 

Thank you!


Homework Club
Every Monday and Thursday from 3:10 to 4:00 pm in room 127, students in grades 4-8 can come as needed for help with homework or to catch up on missing assignments. There is no fee.
Please contact Ms. Frayn at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to tell her if your child is attending.


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Save the Date! Trivia Night on Friday, November 4, 2022
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FROM THE PARISH

We have an active and vibrant parish and encourage everyone to read the weekly bulletins for Fr. James' weekly letter and stay informed about all upcoming events and programs. 

Please click here for the latest bulletin. 
Please click here for Fr. James' "The Daily" - Daily Mass Readings and Reflections


St. Paul of the Cross Apostolate of Women Message

As we continue to grow under our revitalized structure, the St. Paul of the Cross AOW Women’s Group invites you to renew or initiate your membership for the 2022-2023 year.  Please click here:  SPC Apostolate of Women Form

From the Community

This Weekend - Danny Golden is the cousin of one of our students. We pray for Danny and his family. Please click on the flyer below. # FightLikeAGolden.

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Pack 201 Welcomes All St Paul of the Cross Students!
While the Cub Scout curriculum is designed with flexibility and can be accomplished independently, we have also planned some exciting—and safe—events for this year where the children may be able to work on projects with their Den…and even the entire Pack!

If your child is a:

  • Kindergartner?  Become a Scout and join the Lion Den!
  • First Grader?  Check out the Tiger Cub program.
  • Second Grader?  Sign up with the Wolf Den!
  • Third Grader?  Check out what’s going on in the Bear Den!
  • Fourth Graders and Fifth Graders?  Join the Webelos Den!

Whatever level you’re at, join Cub Scout Pack 201 as we discover the wonderful world of Scouting…in the outdoors.

Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details.

  

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