Dear HRA Families and Friends,
I must write a very short blog this week. Two weeks ago I injured the shoulder and upper arm muscles of my right arm. I have ignored if for the last two weeks and consequently have been experiencing more and more discomfort. Muscle rest (including typing) is the prognosis. In obedience, I will suspend typing for a few days and hope that you will understand.
So many wonderful events and people to thank must wait for a few days. Stay tuned…
In the meantime, some important news to convey:
1) Re-enrollment letters have been sent home. Enrolling on Sycamore (directions included in the mailing) will take only minutes. If you pay the enrollment fee by March 1st, we will discount you $100.00.
2) The Centurion Annual Appeal letters will be sent out starting on March 1st. If you are new parents and have not submitted addresses to complete your discounted tuition obligation, please do so this week.
3) The Science Fair takes place this Thursday. Students will present their work to judges in the morning. Displays will be up all day in St. Dominic’s. Parents are welcome and encouraged to come take a look.
4) We welcome the Grandel family and in particular, Alec Grandel (freshman) to the HRA community beginning this Monday!
5)Thank you to Mrs. Furby, the faculty, the Tappels, and the appetizer geniuses, Rebecca Berry and Karen McMorrow for putting on a beautiful wine party this Friday for their auction contribution back in October. Thank you to Unwined as well for hosting us and treating us to their delicious wines!
6) Wish Aine Nakada well this week as she prepares to compete this Friday in the State Spelling Bee Competition. Miguel Garcia, the third grader runner-up, and I will go with her to root her on. We are so proud of you, Aine!
7) Indoor soccer has commenced. Game days will be posted on the Sycamore and Word Press calendars shortly. Thank you to student coaches, Mary Tappel and Lee Cookson, and Moms Extraordinaire, Mrs. Lisa Cookson, and Maureen Klump for your dedication to the team!
Have a blessed week,
Miss Catherine Neumayr, Principal