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    We will have an early dismissal on Tuesday, April 28 at 1:00 pm to allow time for a teacher in-service program. There will be no afternoon bus transportation.

    It’s time to register! If you have not done so already, please return your registration forms for the 2015-16 school year.

    We are beginning a very busy time of the year with numerous special events and activities.   For the latest calendar information, please check the school calendar that appears on SchoolSpeak. We try to keep that calendar as up-to-date as possible.

    Last week’s envelope included information about the SCRIPS program. This is a terrific way to save on tuition costs by purchasing everyday items or gift certificates for others. The next SCRIPS order will be placed on Friday.

    The next Market Day pick-up is April 29.

    Over the last couple of months, the Principal’s Advisory Committee has been working on a project to encourage their classmates to treat one another with love and respect.   We call it the “IC Peacemakers.” Next week the committee will present skits and other information to the school about how we can be peacemakers, treat one another with respect, and how to handle situations when some is being picked-on or teased.

    You Can afford a Catholic Education!

    Immaculate Conception School participates in the Ohio EdChoice Scholarship Program.   Families who meet income guidelines and have children entering kindergarten, first grade, or second grade are eligible for the scholarships that pay the full cost of tuition. For example, a family of four with a gross annual income of $48,500 or less is eligible for the EdChoice Scholarship.

    In addition to EdChoice, we offer tuition assistance and other programs to help families in need with the cost of tuition.   Call the school office for more information.


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