The Saint Anthony Catholic School Drama Club will be performing the play, "A Village Fable," on May 7th, 8th, and 9th in the clubroom. All performances will begin at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $7.00 and can be purchased on-line by clicking here: TICKETS! See you at the show!!
A Village Fable will be performed by the Saint Anthony Catholic School Drama Club 5/7, 5/8, 5/9 at 7:00 pm in the clubroom. The 8th Annual Saint Anthony Student Art Show will be Tuesday, 5/12, from 6:30 - 8:30 pm in the clubroom. Parents must walk their children in through the front gate if they are tardy, arriving after 7:50 am. The back gate closes at 7:50 am. Parents will have to come back to sign their child in if they do not do so. Cell phone use is prohibited in the car lines. Saint Anthony Catholic School still has a couple of elementary seats available. Please contact Admissions to set up an appointment. We accept Step-up information.
A Village Fable
Saint Anthony Open Golf Tournament
Saint Anthony Open Golf Tournament: $130 per golfer, Friday, May 8, 2014 – 8:30a.m. Shotgun Start at Woodlands Country Club 4600 Woodlands Blvd., Tamarac. 954/731-2500. Woodlands Country Club – Directions to Woodlands Country Club Includes golf, breakfast, lunch & goodie bag. For information and tickets call the Development Office 954/467-9009 or Email email@example.com Proceeds to benefit The Elaine L. Patterson Perpetual Scholarship fund.
SAINT ANTHONY STUDENT ART SHOW
All are invited to the
8th Annual Saint Anthony Student Art Show!
In the Clubroom * Light refreshments
Come and see our beautiful art!
Saint Anthony Ladies Night Dinner
Saint Anthony Foundation Ladies Night Dinner: In appreciation of “The Belle of Saint Anthony” Elaine L. Patterson’s service and dedication to Saint Anthony Catholic School. $90 per lady. Thursday, May 14, 2015 – 6:30p.m. in the Pier 66 Crystal Ballroom. Cocktail Chic Attire. For tickets call the Development Office 954/467-9009 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org . Proceeds to benefit The Elaine L. Patterson Perpetual Scholarship fund.
The Saint Anthony Catholic School Annual Spaghetti Dinner will be held Saturday, 5/16, 5:30 – 8:30 pm. The dinner is presented by the Class of 2015 and is being catered by Fork & Balls and the Petrillo Family. Tickets will be available after mass and at drop off and pick-up next week.
Children/Seniors $8 Advance $10 at the door
High Schoolers/Adults $12 Advance $15 at the door
Pinnacle Awards Recipients
The 18th Annual Pinnacle Awards Program and Luncheon took place on 4/21 at the Signature Grand. The Pinnacle Award recognizes the Broward Nonpublic School students that are exemplary students who set an example for others to follow by their actions in the home, the school or the community.
Congratulations to the Saint Anthony Catholic School Pinnacle Award Students Megan Smith, John "Cal" Ziegler, and Charlotte Bacharach! We are honored to have you represent our school.
National Merit Scholar Maggie Behan
Congratulations to SACS Class of 2011 Maggie Behan, on her National Merit Scholarship award. Maggie graduates from Cardinal Gibbons in May 2015. We are proud of our Saint Anthony alumna and her many accomplishments. God speed on the next leg of your journey.
Saint Anthony Arts & Letters
We are pleased that Saint Anthony Catholic School has been chosen to receive the Robert H. Gore and Lorena Gore Endowment for the Arts and Letters. Each school year the endowment will generate funds for our school to complete a project. This year the grant funds will be used to delve into the history of Saint Anthony Catholic Church and School from the 1920’s through the 1940’s. This project will engage students, faculty, parishioners, alumni and members of the local community to appreciate the historical aspects and evolvement of Saint Anthony Catholic Church and School and its impact on the local community in Fort Lauderdale. The Arts and Letters project will incorporate drama, music, visual art, film making and journalism. It will culminate in public performances, film and print media.
We are calling out to all alumni to get involved with us in this project. Please call the Development Office 954/467-9009 or email email@example.com if you would like to participate and/or if you have stories and memorabilia to share.
Alumni Newsletter January 2015
New Attendance and Tardy Policies
Regular school attendance is imperative. Each day of absence is detrimental to the pupil’s progress. Students should be in attendance from the beginning of the day (7:50) until dismissal (2:45). When a student is absent, the parent/guardian must send a signed note to school with the child upon return, stating the dates and reason for the absence. After 3 days of absence, a doctor’s note must be sent to the school along with the parent/guardian’s note. In compliance with Diocesan regulations, excessive absence may require that the student be retained in that grade. A parent conference will be scheduled with the principal to inform parents of appropriate corrective measures. A student who is absent from school for more than 20 days in a year will not be promoted to the next grade unless the principal grants an exception and determines a way in which the student may receive additional instruction.
Tardiness is a serious matter as it affects not only the tardy student, but also the students whose learning may be interrupted by late arrivals. Seeing that all children arrive on time for school is the responsibility of each parent. Tardy arrival at St. Anthony Catholic School is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
Please refer to the Family Handbook, page 24, which states “Any child not in class by 7:50 am is considered late and must report to the office for a tardy slip. The parent or driver must come in with the student and sign him/her in with an explanation. Anything over 5 tardy arrivals for the school year is considered to be excessive.
The back gate closes at 7:50 am. Tardy students AND their parents must enter the front gate after 7:50 am and go to the office for a tardy slip and sign in.