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Catholic Schools Week 2017

  

   


 

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2016-2017 ITBS Scores

In September, MCS completed Iowa Test of Basic Skills for grades 3-8.  Individual scores were shared with parents at Parent Teacher Conferences, along with Kansas Assessments from Spring 2016.  The school performed exceptionally well.  Learn more on the Academics page to learn more about how MCS students are excelling in the classroom!

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Principal's Corner

Dear Community and Guests,

We are at Catholic Schools Week already.  This is a wonderful celebration of Catholic schools.  We have many activities planned for the week.  The 5th grade class will kick off our week as the choir at 10 am Mass at Seven Dolors on January 29 and end CSW at St. Thomas More on February 5 at the 10:30 am Mass.  Check out the activities by clicking on the schedule below.  Highlighting the events will be Mass with Bishop Weisenburger on Tuesday, January 31 at 1pm.  The students are always happy to serve the community with a food drive and daily prayer services including a STUCO led Rosary on February 1.  There will be different dress days during the week and Family Fun Night on Friday, February 3.  If you are interested in Catholic schools, come by an see the fun we have and join us at FFN.

 2017 Catholic Schools Week Activities

We have been meeting with the architect and contractors the past week.  Plans are being made for summer construction.  In the elementary building, we are going to put HVAC in the K-3 hallway rooms, put lowered ceilings and lighting in the rooms and hallways, paint the hallways and put down tile and carpeting.     In the Luckey building, we are going to complete window replacement, repair glass blocks, and place lowered ceiling and lighting in the hallways and most of the rooms. 

Thank you for your kind donations for the school and Church.  I'm excited about the improvements next summer.  It will change the whole look of the interior of the school.  We still need to complete HVAC in the preschool wing and office area.  If we can raise more money, this will be completed in Phase III of our plan.

Again, thanks for your support for Manhattan Catholic Schools.

Mr. Hulshoff