Thunder News Flash – December 23, 2017

December 22, 2017
  • Care for Everyone in Our Common Home

    On behalf of St. James and St. Ann’s Elementary I would like to wish all of our families a joyous and peaceful Christmas. However, Christmas can also be a hard time for a lot of families that are dealing with suffering and loss. We ask God to bring comfort and warmth to those who find Christmas to be a difficult time. 

  • Christmas Prayer Service

    Thank you to all the families that came out to our Christmas Prayer Service. It was a beautiful evening and it was a true blessing to be in the Church. The school is grateful to St. James Parish for opening their doors. I would also like to extend my gratitude to the staff at St. James and St. Ann’s Elementary who worked hard to make the evening special. 

  • Student Led Mass at St. Ann's on January 14th 2018

    There will be a student led mass at St. Ann’s on Sunday January 14th at the 10am service!
     
    We need students for the readings, greeting, gifts, and bulletins. If your family belongs to the Parish of St. Ann’s we are asking for your assistance. With our Open House on January 17th this is an excellent opportunity to showcase some of our students. We are asking that any students who regularly attend this Mass wear their school uniform as a show of pride. 
     
    Parents please contact Kellie Ouimet at community@stjameselementary.ca if you are able to assist.

     

  • Open House January 17

    Spread the word! St. James and St. Ann’s Elementary School is having an Open House on January 17 at 6:30 pm! Current and new families are invited to attend. We will have displays and presentations around the school. This is an opportunity for us to showcase many of the programs that make our school great. Please RSVP at office@stjameselementary.ca if you are able to attend.  

     

  • Workshop on Anxiety

    Making Sense of Anxiety in Children and Youth

    Dr. Gordon Neufeld sheds light on the problem of the escalating level of anxiety in our children, and paves the way for natural interventions to get to the root causes as opposed to just managing symptoms. Although the focus is on children, the material will benefit anyone suffering from anxiety. 

    St. Ann’s Family Group invites all parents and caregivers to this video course, facilitated by Kevin Bredeman, MA, on Thursdays, Jan. 11, 18, 25 and Feb. 1, from 7-9 p.m. at St. Ann’s Parish. Cost is $30/person. Register to reserve your spot. Childcare is available upon request for children 3+. For more details, e-mail stannsfamilygroup@gmail.com or visit rcav.org/event/making-sense-of-anxiety.

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