Angel News

Important Dates:
5/15: New Kindergartner Meeting 6pm – St. Augustine Room
5/15: New Middle School Meeting 7pm – St. Augustine Room
5/15: New Family Meeting 7pm – MS Resource Room
5/16: PTO Meeting 8am – School Conference Room
5/16: Spring Musical 1:30pm & 7pm – Parish Hall
5/21: 8th Grade Tailgate – South Parking Lot
5/22: 8th Grade Awards & Breakfast 8:30am – Parish Hall
5/22: 8th Grade Graduation Mass 7pm
5/23: 4th Quarter Awards
5/24: Field Day / Report Cards come home / LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!

Box Tops
It’s time to send in those Box Tops before summer!!!
There will be a raffle for two $10 SCRIP vouchers, so be sure to include your name with the Box Tops you turn in. Every 25 tops=1 entry.

Easy ways to submit:
-Send your Box Tops in baggies or envelopes.
-Drop off in one of the yellow Box Tops boxes- inside the school doors or at the North and South entrances of the Church.

Please turn in your Box Tops by Wednesday May 22nd for the spring raffle. Don’t forget to ask family & friends to collect over the summer.
Thank you for supporting our school!

Camp Purple
Make sure you check out the Camp Purple flyer below. Our own Mrs. Sponhauer is hosting an Adventures in Reading camp. Don’t miss out!

Our PTO would like to thank everyone for an awesome school year! We appreciate all the chair people and volunteers that made our events so successful!

Our final event of the year is to assist with field day. Our field day/picnic lunch takes place in the fields north of our school building. On a sunny day, it gets VERY hot. We found last year that it helped to provide some shade. If you have one of those canopy tents and you would like to allow PTO to borrow it, we would love to fill the field with a “TENT CITY”. After dropping off your kids, feel free to find a spot in the field for your tent. Please set up tents by 9:00 AM, as PTO has other responsibilities that day that we need to cover. We ask that you set up the tents, but some of us will be outside to help you. We do ask that you find your tent at the end of the day and take it down.

Exciting news for field day/ picnic lunch! Marcos pizza has agreed to run a spirit day and donate some money back to our school. If pizza lunch sounds good (and easy) see the flyer below. You can order online to make life easier. Please see the flyer for specifics. They will be open for pick up at 10:00. YOU MUST ORDER AND PICK UP YOUR OWN PIZZA. PTO will not be bringing the pizzas to school for you. Be sure to mention SMG when ordering by phone or use the fundraising tab when ordering online.

Supply Kits
As we are getting close to the end of this school year, now is a good time to start thinking about getting ready for next school year before you get caught up in all your fun summer activities.
Getting everything ready for the first day of a new school year can be stressful. Something you can control is giving your child the exact supplies next year’s teachers have requested from their school supply lists. This is a great way for your child to start the school year with confidence and it will help our teachers tremendously.
You can shop for your own supplies with the list we provide, but I have found that to be time-consuming, a hassle, and you end up spending just as much or more money. I encourage you to use 1st Day School Supplies. We have partnered with them to provide you the exact school supplies you need for next year. Plus it is a fundraiser for our school! All you have to do is order online and the kits will be delivered to your child’s classroom before the 1st day! The order deadline is June 15th.
This is a great way to have your child start the school year with confidence and it will give you an extra day of summer before the school year starts. Our teachers will love you for it as well.
If you have any questions at all, please contact me at
Julie Spangler (school supply kits chair)

Cafeteria News
Lunch Menu Change
Wednesday, 5/22: Hamburger, Fries, Broccoli, Fruit, Milk/Juice
Thursday, 5/23: Meatballs w/ Breadstick, Corn, Fruit, Milk/Juice

8th Grade Parents: If you have your student set up on auto pay for their lunch account through, please make sure it is turned off by May 22nd.

Also all lunch accounts must be paid in full by May 22nd. If your 8th grader has siblings the funds will be transfer to them. Any question please let me know. Thanks Mary Ann Lowe

Save the Date
Vacation Bible Camp is June 10-14. Registration is now open. Go to

Please help us gather supplies for bible camp! Clean out your old coloring books and get rid of the scrapbooking supplies that you no longer need! Questions? Contact Sara Musick ( or Sue Maue (

Scrapbooking supplies – paper, stickers, stamps, etc.
Coloring books – New or partially used! We will take out empty pages.
NEW crayons
NEW glue sticks

Safe and Sacred
All adults who work or volunteer with children are required to complete the Safe and Sacred Training. Please click on the link:

Music News
Spring Musical
The spring musical, Mary Poppins, will be presented on May 16th at 1:30 and 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall. All 4th and 5th graders plus the Middle School Choir are expected to be in the performance. Any 4th or 5th Grader who would like to be a chimney sweep may wear all black clothing plus an optional neck scarf. A hat will be provided. They may also wear their pioneer clothes or nice spring clothes. Middle School Choir has costumes assigned to them.

Band Concert
The SMG Band will present their spring concert on May 16th at 1:30 and 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall. The band will wear all black clothing. Come hear our Angels in their spring concert.

Classroom Talent Show
Please feel free to attend your child’s performance
Friday, 5/17: Mrs. Sponhauer – 9:55 / Ms. Bruges – 10:45 / Mrs. Schemanske- 12:45
Monday, 5/20: Mrs. Stark – 10:45 / Mrs. Grismore – 12:30 / Mrs. Wang- 1:20 / Mrs. Eckerman – 2:10
Tuesday, 5/21: Mrs. Uhland – 12:30 / Mrs. Harford – 2:10
Wednesday, 5/22: Mrs. Schmith – 10:45
Thursday, 5/23: Ms. Searles- 10:50 / Ms. Meyers – 12:30

Summer Band Camp
Summer Band Camp will be offered on the following dates, May 29th, June 5th, June 12th, and June 19th. Beginning band for those who just started band will be from 9:00-9:50. The second session from 10:00-10:50 will be for all other band students. The band camp fee is $40.00, make all checks to Janie Richardt

Nurse News
Field Day Treat: On Friday, May 24 “field day” all students will be offered a cup of vanilla ice cream in the afternoon. If your student cannot eat or chooses not to eat the ice cream treat please pack a different treat. Sysco vanilla ice cream cup 4oz. 16 carbs. Ingredients: cream, milk, buttermilk, whey, corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, sugar, skim milk, contains 1% or less natural flavors, guar gum, mono and diglycerides, carob Bean gum, cellulose gel and gum, carrageenan, Polysorbate 80, Annatto extract for color

Medication reminder: Parents don’t forget to stop by the nurse office and pick up your medications on the last day of school!
If your student has a medication in our nurse’s office, please stop by on the last day of school and pick up the medication(s). Indiana law prohibits us from handing any medication to students under 18 years old. Please note, new doctor forms will need to be filled out for medications for the next school year. Health care plans and action plans have been sent by email to all families with known medical needs. Please make your doctor appointments now to fill out all orders for inhalers, EpiPens, etc. for the next school year. Any medications left after the last day of school will be thrown away. Let us know if we can help your student with any future medical needs. Have a great summer; we will see you in August!

Guerin Catholic News


MON-FRI, JULY 8-12, 2019
9 AM – 4 PM
Join us for a one-week, ALL DAY (9 am – 4 pm) creative Fine Arts Camp with Guerin Catholic Fine Arts Faculty and Alumni! Campers will take part in a variety of activities including theatre, visual arts, singing, dance/movement, ukulele and Improv comedy! See the attached flyer for more details!

Guerin Catholic’s Camp Purple offers a variety of athletic and enrichment camps for students in grades K-8. Camp descriptions, fees and registration for all camps are available at All camps include a Nest Pass for the 2019-20 school year and a t-shirt if registered by May 31, 2019!

Applications are still being accepted for the 2019-20 school year. Apply at

Spots are filling up fast!
Cost: $95
June 10-14, 9 am – 12 pm FULL
June 10-14, 1-4 pm
July 15-19, 9 am – 12 pm
July 15-19, 1-4 pm

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