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FROM THE DESK OF THE PRINCIPAL
Dear SEA Families,
Although today marks the anniversary of the death of Blessed Father Moreau, his spirit and mission remain.  As a young man who grew up during the turmoil of the French Revolution, Basil Moreau had a conviction that peace and love truly had a place in the world, so unlike what he witnessed in the war. Guided by his Catholic faith and love of learning, Moreau was ordained a priest in [Click here for more.]
SEA FAMILY NIGHT SPONSORED BY P.G!
Please let us know you're planning to attend Bunco on Saturday, February 4th from 6-9pm for a pizza dinner followed by Bunco which is an 'all-ages' dice game of partners. It is a night of fun and excitement and a lot of craziness with small victories and defeats, all with the roll of dice. Bunco is a very long-standing tradition at S.E.A! Tickets will be sold at the door $5/child and $10/adult. RSVP NOW!
CLASS of 2017 HIGH SCHOOL UPDATES
We are pleased to announce that the students of the Class of 2017 have all completed their high school admissions process. This week we are celebrating accomplishments of those who were awarded scholarships. 6 (of 15) boys who sat for the Archmere Academy entrance exam were awarded academic scholarships. 13 (of 40) boys who sat for the Salesianum School exam also received academic scholarships--one of which was a Presidential Scholarship--the highest award Salesianum offers! 
Go Lancers!
FROM THE SEA PARENTS' GUILD (P.G)

The Parents' Guild is planning a Teacher Appreciation Luncheon on Wednesday, February 1st but they need your help. Click here to see how you can contribute. Items donated can be sent in on Tuesday, 1/31 or the during carline the morning of Wednesday, 2/1 and should be labeled 'Teachers Luncheon/Faculty Room' to ensure it gets to the right place.  Questions?  Contact the event coordinators.
SUMMER at ST. ED'S -YEAR TWO!

The 2nd Annual Summer at St. Ed's Camp will be run for rising K-6 students from June 12th-August 11th. We will offer day camp, extended care and other enriching athletic, academic, artistic programs. Don't miss out. We're finalizing the details and will publish them soon! Boys and Girls will certainly enjoy their summer at SEA!
FROM THE THOS P. SWEENEY LIBRARY

New Addition to the Library
Thanks to the fantastic results of our Scholastic Book Fair, we were able to order this wonderful Free Book Exchange book case which will stationed outside the library. Students may bring in books they no longer want (with your permission) and trade for a book on these shelves. Hopefully the freedom to share books with peers will not only build community within our school; it will also promote the love of reading. 
Box Tops Blitz Ready…Set…Go!!! Our second Blitz starts THIS Monday (1/23). All Box Tops submitted from 1/23 to 1/27 will count toward this competition! Remember to write your son's name and homeroom number on all donation envelopes and bags. These submissions can be dropped in either the Lower or Upper Form donation baskets or they can be given directly to Mrs. Hayes-Hartman.
MIDDLE SCHOOL DANCE TONIGHT
We just received notice that students in grades 6, 7 & 8 are invited to a dance featuring DJ Dr. Chris McGrath at All Saints Catholic School TONIGHT (1/20) from 7-10pm.
Cost per student is $10 and there are snacks and drinks being sold at an additional cost. TWO SEPARATE and DISTINCT permission slips are required for each student so please take care of that by clicking here and then here.
ART ROOM DONATIONS APPRECIATED
Mrs. Downs would like to thank the Barbagallo, Maister, Lehmann, Spartz and Thompson (Susan & Chuck Harris) families for their art room donations.  Thank you also to a few alumni parents--Mrs. Marini & Mrs. Sclesky. We appreciate it!
Keep these  Art Room Wish List donations coming.
24th ANNUAL CAMP FAIR at TOWER HILL

The Community Camp Fair at Tower Hill School returns for the 24th year on Thursday, February 2nd (3:30-7pm) in the fieldhouse.  There will be as many as 100 camp exhibitors there to share offerings and answer your questions. Summer can be a challenging time for parents to find meaningful activities for their children. At the Camp Fair, families can meet camp representatives in person—so much better than searching online. Visit the event page here  or click here for details.

CAFETERIA HELP NEEDED NEXT WEEK
We need 4 volunteers for Monday 1/23  2 volunteers for Tuesday 1/24; 3 for Wednesday 1/25; 3 for Thursday 1/26 and 3 for Friday 1/27.  Please sign up by clicking here or email Jill. You do not need a clearance on file to volunteer.  
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LETTER DAYS

● MONDAY-23rd
'f' day

● TUESDAY-24th
'a' day


● WEDNESDAY-25th
'b' day

● THURSDAY-26th
'c' day

● FRIDAY-27th
'd' day 


COMING UP

JAN 29th - FEB 4th
Catholic Schools Week (CSW)

MONDAY, 1/30
Prayer Service to kick off CSW 10am

TUESDAY, 1/31

Student
Appreciation Day
(Wear Spirit Wear)
(Favorite Lunch Available!)

THURSDAY, 2/2
SEA Open House
(9-11am & 6-8pm)

FRIDAY, 2/3
Progress Reports Posted Online

SATURDAY, 2/4
SEA Family Night

THURSDAY, 2/16
T2 P/T Conferences

FEBRUARY 17 &20
No Classes


STUDENT SERVICE

Upper Form students in need of service hours, direct Questions to Mr. B.


LUNCH MENU

MONDAY, 1/23
Chicken Nuggets ($3.50)
Rice ($1.25)

TUESDAY, 1/24
Deli Sandwich with Chips ($3.50)

WEDNESDAY, 1/25
Pasta with Meat Sauce ($3.50)

THURSDAY, 1/26
Quarter Pounder ($3.50)
French Fries
($1.50)

FRIDAY, 1/27
Pizza ($2.00)($2.50)


SPRING SPORTS!
Please visit the signup page for Spring Sports. Registration has begun. Contact Ryan Holsten '93 with questions.

BASKETBALL
SCHEDULES
Click here to see the dates & times (all grades) for upcoming games! 

BAND PRACTICES

Monday, 1/23:
Jazz Band

Tuesday, 1/24: Beginner Band (Percussion)

Wednesday, 1/25:
No Rehearsal

Thursday, 1/26:
Jazz Band

Friday, 1/27:
No Rehearsal