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Celebrating Sue!

Please Join Us In
A Celebration of
Recognition and Gratitude to
Susan Poetzel
For 24 Years of Dedicated Service to
St. Giles Parish School

This is an ADULTS only event.

When: Sunday, June 7 after 5 pm Mass
What: Cocktails and Appretizers
Where: St. Giles Parish Rectory Courtyard

Please RSVP to tatchley@sbcglobal.net


Creative and Clever

St. Giles’s students are both! Read on to learn about how.

Seven St. Giles 8th graders were selected for publication in the Poetic Power Creative Communication Poetry contest. Language Arts teacher Bridget Watson entered a number of pieces back in February. Their poems will be put in the next anthology that Creative Communication is putting together. 

The winners and their poem titles are:

Courtnee C. - "Silhouette",

Lucas K. - “Child's Play"

Jackie M. - “Sonnet Creation"

Ella M. - "Misfortune"

Adamaris S. - "Graduation"

Merrick S. - "Scars"

Emma Z. - "Moments"

For more information about the contest, check out https://www.poeticpower.com/index.php?page=faq 


Three students who participated in the Regional History Fair, all qualified for the state competition taking place Saturday, May 7. Those students and their projects are:

Jarron L. - The Long Journey: The Story of Chicago's Great Migration

Emma N. - Women's Suffrage: Grace Wilbur Trout

Sam P. - Navy Pier: Then & Now


Next, congratulations to the following students who participated in the State Science Fair recently at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale:

Paige B., Julia C., & Hannah F. - Upwardly Mobile Bike Lift - Gold Award

Gianna B., Janie C., & Andie C. - Portable Conveyor Belt Gold Award & Best in Category for the junior division in the Engineering category

Nini C. & Eli G. - Retinitis Pigmentosa Headset - Silver Award 

Alyssa R. - Kneeling in Comfort  - Silver Award & the Health and Safety Special Award


And finally, three 5th graders placed third in the area-wide Extreme Round of the annual Reading Olympics competition. Those students are Madeleine F., Bridget F., and Noahlynn S.


​Hooray to all of these talented students!


Financial Aid Applications due May 8, 2015

Aid applications for the 2015-2016 school year require families to:


1) Complete the on-line application

2) Forward certain 2014 tax forms and W2s to FACTS

3) Prepare a statement of need and send to Mrs. Poetzel.


All applications must be completely filed by Friday, May 8, 2015. Use link https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3G1MQ or go to www.factstuitionaid.com.


Internet Safety Presentation for Students and Families

A training for parents and children presented by

Illinois Attorney General

From the local Oak Park Office

Thursday, May 14th, 2015

McDonough Hall 6:00pm



Summer Time and the Learning is Fun

As you prepare for the end of school, think about the fun you could still be having while learning at St. Giles. Summer APEX athletic camps as well as academic camps and tutoring are a great way to go. Check out these options in the documents for more information here:

2015 Summer APEX Program .pdf

2015 Summer Tutors and Programs.pdf


For the 2015-2016 School Year

It is hard to believe, given that THIS school year hasn't ended yet, but plans for the 2015-2016 school year are well underway. If you go to the Forms section under the Student Life tab near the top of the website, you will find various forms to get prepared for next school year under the School Uniforms and Supplies heading. These include the School Supplies List by grade-level and the EPI Supply Order Form, used if you would like to order supplies and have them delivered on the first day of school. Orders will be taken through June 12 only.