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Black and Gold Pride - An Evening for St. Giles

RSVP today for Black & Gold Pride on March 28 at the Nineteenth Century Club in Oak Park. Go to www.events.org/blackandgold to register on line.   Don't delay! The deadline for advance registration is next week. Tickets will be $10 more at the door. The evening's highlights include:


  • Fabulous auction items:  A trip to Cancun. Dinners in historic Oak Park homes. Sports tickets!
  • Appetizers, dessert and a late night surprise by Dan Vogel, owner of Food Obsession in Oak Park. 
  • Raffle drawings for a trip to Paris or $6,000, and free tuition for a year!

Grand People Day Coming in April

Grand People Day is scheduled for Friday, April 24, this year. We will send invitations in March to grandparents and other special "grand" people on our list from last year. If your grandperson's address has changed or you are new to St. Giles, please email the Development Office with their current address, so we can invite them to school to visit your children. Children who do to have grand person living in the area are welcome to invite another family member or friend to visit.


Attention Third Grade Parents!

The Anti-Bullying Committee has asked each grade level to host a parent gathering to learn more about the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, the program in place at St. Giles. The third grade parent event will be held


Friday, March 20, 7:15 p.m.

at the home of Steve and Mary Kastenholz

708 Woodbine Avenue, Oak Park

 

Please join us for a brief presentation by Ms. Morton, faculty leader, Q&A and an evening of fellowship.

 

RSVP to foleymaryj@aol.com by March 15 so that sufficient materials (and refreshments!) can be prepared.

 
Spring Sports Season Starting Soon

Registration is still being accepted, until March 15th, for the spring co-ed soccer and boys' volleyball seasons. Visit the Athletic Department's website here for further details and to register.


Robotics Club Welcomes New Members

After a very successful third year in competition, the St. Giles ROARbotics club invites any interested parties to an informational meeting on Monday, March 16, at 3:30 PM in the lunch room area.  Club members will explain the purpose of the club, provide an overview of their competitions, and demonstrate the robots that they built this year.


Fifth-, sixth-, and seventh-grade students who are interested in joining the club are strongly encouraged to attend this meeting, and will be given a chance to drive the robots!  Additional information will be available for students to take home for their parents to read.