44-15 Judge Street

Elmhurst, NY 11373

(718) 446-7575


Principal

Mrs. Jeannette Boursiquot-Charles

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Dear Parents,

June is filled with special occasions. The 4th and 8th graders begin the month by taking the last of the state exams, the Science State Test on Monday June 2rd.  Though they are well prepared, it will be a great relief to them as all their tests are finally finished.

The 8th graduation trip will take place on Wednesday June 4th.  Our school trip to RYE PLAYLAND will take place on Thursday June 5th (information will be sent home with students attending the trip).  The Spring Show will take place on June 6th at 7pm.

**PLEASE NOTE STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT PAID FOR THE TRIP ARE NOT PERMITTED TO MEET THE SCHOOL AT THE PARK AS THIS IS AN ILLEGAL ABSENCE.  THIS IS A SCHOOL SANCTIONED TRIP AND THOSE STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT PAID ARE EXPECTED TO BE IN SCHOOL**

On Wednesday June 11th at 7 PM, we hold the 8th Grade Awards  to celebrate their wonderful year of achievements. (Only 2 members of each family is allowed to this event, and the graduation breakfast.)

The culminating event of the year for our 8th graders is certainly the Graduation ceremony.  This will take place Friday night June 13th at 7PM.  The day begins with Graduation Mass at 9 AM followed by a breakfast for the graduates and their families.

The Kindergarten class will hold its own graduation ceremony on Friday June 20th at 9:00AM.

Due to the excessive snow days, Pre-K will hold its Step Up on June 27th at 9:30am.

Though it seems early, this is a reminder that the first tuition payment for the 2014-2015 school year is due on Monday June 9th. Two payments must be made before students receive an admittance card.  School tuition is divided into ten (10) payments so that you can budget for them more easily.  Our thanks to everyone who make their payments on time as that is extremely helpful to the school.

On Sunday June 15th we remember Dad in a special way.  We thank all the fathers who work hard to provide for their children and families.  Have a great day; you deserve it!!

The students will receive their summer assignments and supply list on June 19th.  Please put this in a safe place as they must hand it in on the first school day.  Everyone should be reading over the summer.  Help your child by providing them an assortment of books or making trips to library over the summer.

A notice regarding summer school will go home very shortly.  Please be on the lookout for the information.

Lastly, awards day for grades 1-7 is June 23rd at 9am. This ceremony will be for the students oly.  All of our students have made tremendous strides this year in academic areas and behavioral development.  It is gratifying to see them grow and mature in so many ways.

Have a wonderful summer and we look forward to seeing you in September.

Sincerely,

 

Mrs. Charles


MAY AWARDS

Student of the Month                                                  A.C.E

8th Monish Nath                                                  Bianca Ascencio

7th Emily Sasaguay                                              Ava  Kwas-Acosta

6th Steve Delgado                                               Brian Manjarrez

5th Jordan Burrowes                                          Bryanna McMillian

4th Kristal Reyes                                                 Prassana Gurung

3rd Amanda Ojeda                                               Sander Idrovo

2nd Jason Dong                                                   Melanie Figueroa

1st Katherine Sop                                               Camryn Ortutay

K   Brianna Zurbano                                            Melanie Naranjo

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St. Bartholomew School


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St. Bartholomew School opened in September 1924.  The school has gone through quite a number of changes over the years but one thing has remained constant; the dedication of the pastor, principal, teachers and staff to the educational needs of our students. We aim to incorporate the rich cultural diversity of our students with a student-centered learning environment within our school.
We passionately believe the entire community benefits from the wide diversity of gifts with which our students are blessed.  We are fortunate to be part of a large faith filled community. Teachers motivate each child to his/her potential; spiritually, morally, emotionally, intellectually and socially so that mutual respect is fostered.