Angel News

Important Dates
4/19: PTO Meeting 8am
4/19: Charity Day
4/19: Freddy’s Steakburger Spirit Day
4/19: 4/5 Game Night
4/19: Middle School Service Day
4/20: New Family Meeting 9am (new to SMG for 2017-2018 year)
4/20: Middle School Dance
4/21: First Communion Retreat

Lunch Change
4/20 – sack lunch- Ham & Cheese Sub, chips, fruit snack and applesauce cup.
4/23 – Italian dunkers w sauce, salad, broccoli and peaches.

Spring Fling
Click on the link to volunteer for Spring Fling:

Charity Day is tomorrow. The charity this month is addressing Global Goal #13 – Climate Action. Our charity is going towards Pope Francis’ Global Catholic Climate.
— Pope Francis told us: “On climate change there is a clear, definitive and ineluctable ethical imperative to act.” There are lots of ways in which you could join the movement and start turning the tide for climate justice.

Attention Moms
Mother’s Day Brunch, May 11th
Please RSVP by Friday, May 4th
First 75 will receive a gift made from parishioner, Anne Clarey. There will also be baskets to be won! Please see the flyer for more information!

FISH Hours
Please remember to log your FISH hours no later than May 24th on the app or website. Each family is required to complete 30 total service hours per school year.

Safe and Sacred Training
All adults who volunteer at St. Maria Goretti need to complete the Safe and Sacred Training. Follow this link to complete your training:

You are invited to register for Vacation Bible Camp here at SMG! This year it’s from June 11-15, 9am-12pm each day. It’s for 4 year olds by June 9th through completed 3rd grade. This year’s theme is Splash Canyon: God’s Promise on Life’s Wild Ride. It’s $30 per child and we require an adult from each family to sign up to volunteer for one 3 hour shift. Here is the link to register for camp:​
Here is the volunteer link:

CFD 2018 Safe Sitter Spring/Summer Classes
April 21, May 19, June 2, July 7, and August 11, 2018. 9:00am – 3:30pm, $60 per student
Carmel Fire Department, 2 Civic Square, Carmel, IN 46032
This is the Safe Sitter® Essentials (1-Day Course with CPR)
Safe Sitter® prepares students in grades 6-8 to be safe when they’re home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting.
For sign-up more information contact: Keith Freer at 317-571-4245

Music News
Beginning Band Parent Meeting
A meeting for parents of students wishing to join the school band will be held tonight at 7:00 pm in the Parish Narthex. A representative from Paige’s Music will be present to discuss rent to own used and new instruments. Any questions email Mrs. Richardt at

Spring Musical
The spring musical,”Beauty and the Beast”, will be held on May 16th at 1:30 pm and 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall. All 4th and 5th Graders as well as the Middle School Choir are in the play. 4th Graders will wear their pioneer clothes for their costumes.
5th Graders will wear their pioneer clothes unless they are unable or they are a wolf. In that case, they need to get with Mrs. Richardt. Middle Schoolers in the play will have assigned costumes. Don’t miss this memorable performance.

Spring Band Concert
The spring band concert, “A Concert of Great Composers”, will be held on May 16th at 1:30 pm and 7:00 pm in the parish hall. All SMG Band members will perform in the concert. Come see our amazing Angel Band members perform.

Summer Band Camp
Summer Band Camp will be held the first five weeks of summer break. More information about band camp will be available soon. There will be sessions for beginners and more advanced students.

Nurse News
Attendance Line: Parents this is a friendly reminder to call all absences, late arrivals and K-5th grade homework requests into the nurse attendance line 896-5582 then press 5. Parents may also email teachers as needed but a call to the attendance line really helps save time trying to find students!

Immunization notice for kindergarten and 5th grade parents:
Students entering kindergarten in Indiana are now required to receive 2 Hepatitis A vaccines given at least 6 months apart. This is a new requirement as of 2014. Parents please schedule your kindergarten doctor appointments early so your child receives these 2 vaccines by the first day of school in August.

11 year olds entering 6th grade in Indiana are now required to receive the meningitis vaccine and an updated tetanus/pertussis vaccine known as “Tdap.” The “tetanus booster” cannot be received until after the 10th or 11th birthday (depending on the drug manufacturer). This vaccine has dramatically lowered the number of pertussis cases in middle school and high school students in Indiana. Make sure BOTH vaccines are received before entering 6th grade. Please ask your health care provider for a copy of the immunization record and bring the record to school. Your health care provider should enter the shots into the state immunization registry. To avoid any discrepancies a “paper copy” from your doctor will help us keep all records up to date.

Guerin Catholic High School News
Guerin Catholic vs. Zionsville
Thursday, April 26
JV at 5:30 pm, Varsity at 7 pm

Middle school parents: do you have questions about Guerin Catholic?
Thursday, May 10
8-10 am
Join Kelli Wilson, our Director of Admissions, to learn more about our admissions process and tour the school while class is in session! This is our last prospective parent breakfast of the school year! Register at

Join us at our summer camp program for grades K-8!
Guerin Catholic’s Camp Purple offers a variety of athletic and enrichment camps for students in grades K-8. Camp descriptions, fees and registration are available at See the attached brochure for a full schedule of camps!

Spots are filling up fast!
This one-week High School Placement Test (HSPT) summer prep course prepares students for test taking, including study tips and techniques and good habits. Students will take an actual HSPT on Friday of the course. This test will fulfill the HSPT requirement for application to Guerin Catholic and other schools using the HSPT. Students will benefit from spending time on our 72-acre campus, all while meeting staff and current students who will share thoughts on what it takes to be a successful high school student.
Cost: $90
June 11-15, 9 am – 12 pm FULL
June 11-15, 1-4 pm
July 16-20, 9 am – 12 pm
July 16-20, 1-4 pm

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