Cougar News- Friday, November 1st

Cougar News- Friday, November 1st
November 24, 2013 10:00:00
By Nancy Windisch

Email Template – High Impact

reverence, respect, responsibility


We will see everyone at the Auction Dinner- Saturday, Nov. 9th

Silent Auction items to look forward to...
Framed Art Masters Murals made by each class Unique Teacher Experiences One-of-a-Kind
Class Art Projects Fun
Sports Events, Memorabilia
Guitar with private lessons
One week getaway to Lake Arrowhead

Live Auction items you don’t want to miss out on…
1st car in afternoon car line
One week stay in Maui, Hawaii
Front row seating at Easter Sunday
Still more to come……

Play Heads or Tails for a cash prize
Spin the Wine Wheel!
Swag Bags filled with school goodies including a new Spirit Shirt-being featured that night! 

NO School- Monday, Nov 11th

  Thank you to all those families who helped out with the Trunk or Treat and our class parties.  Our community pulled through once again and made this day great for our children!!

Bully Awareness Week-
Nov 18th-22nd


St. Angela will be celebrating their 3rd year with National Bully Awareness Week. The vision behid this week is

The vision behind Bullying Awareness Week:

Bullying Awareness Week is about working at preventing bullying through education and awareness

Bullying Awareness Week is NOT about what others could or should be doing, but rather what WE can do!

Bullying is a community issue. Schools are a critically important part of the solution, but bullying should not be defined solely as a “school problem”.

Addressing bullying is best done with a holistic, community approach because bullying is a community health and wellness issue.

Everyone can play a role in addressing bullying in their community.

Bullying also needs to be understood as a health issue. The impact of bullying on personal health and wellness can last a lifetime. This also financial implications for our society with lessened productivity, lost man-hours due to illness or personal days off work.

Monday, November 18th– Kick Off Day- The school will be having outside speakers come for an assembly.

Tuesday, November 19th- Community Issue Day

Wednesday, November 20th– STOP Cyberbullying Day

Thursday, November 21st- BE the Change- Youth Leadership and Action Day

Friday, November 22nd– BLUE Friday!- Wear blue as a sign of peace!!

SAMPS Photos/Peace1.jpg 



Cougar Sports Volleyball/Football

Playoff Time!!

Congratulations to our Boys who have won both games in playoffs last week.
La Purisima- 60-34
Mission Viejo Christian- 38-26

We will be playing in the semi-finals on Wednesday, November 6th at 3:45.  
Great job to our 8th grade girls who beat Blessed Sacrament last week and will be advancing to play St. Justin Martyr on Monday at 4:45.  


It’s the most wonderful time of the year…mark your calendars!!
This year our school will be presenting the winter musical production of The Grinch that Stole Christmas December 17th at 6pm. Please join us and discover the magical tale of a little girl who taught Who-ville to love one another.

Also, December 20th at 9:30 our 3rd grade will be leading us in our Christmas Prayer service with The Story of Christmas, Christ’s glorious birth.
In addition, Fr. Michael and Miss Nina are collaborating to put together a children’s choir for the Christmas Eve Mass December 24th at 4:30. This is another wonderful opportunity for our students to celebrate the season in song. If your child would like to participate please reply to gro.a1558536897erbal1558536897egnat1558536897s@ren1558536897tragm1558536897uabn1558536897

Congratulations to the City of La Habra’s Red Ribbon Celebrate Art Contest-

Nia Mendiola (K)- Bamboo Award
Kate Toller (4th)- Creativity Award
Hunter Thibert (3rd)- Celebrate Award
Jenna Martinez (5th)- Excellence Award

St. Angela Merici Parish School        Phone Number-714 529-6372       Fax:  714-529-7755
School website:         School’s email:  gro.a1558536897erbal1558536897egnat1558536897s@eci1558536897ffolo1558536897ohcS1558536897