SCHOOL CALENDAR | OCTOBER 2014 CALENDAR
CLASS SUPPLY LISTS | MENUS
ALUMNI CLASS REUNION
GIFT CARDS | SOARING
EAGLE FALL 2013 | FEES &
Alikai and Delaney display their water habitats.
1st & 2nd grade students are learning about different animal habitats.
Each child created a different habitat poster and did an awesome job!
Hogan Enrollment Form
- 10/23 12:15 Dismissal
(Lunch will be served)
- 10/24 NO SCHOOL
Breakfast 8th Grade Fundraiser, 8:00am to 9:30am in the School Cafeteria
- 10/27 3:15-4:00 pm Eagles Wings; BBall Laredo
AWAY 7:00pm Girls, 8:00pm Boys
10:30am Flu Mist
AWAY Laredo 5:00pm Boys vs Pleasant View
- 10/29 Mass 3rd & 4th
- 10/30 Jeans & T-Shirt for Food; BBall
AWAY Laredo 5:00pm Girls, 6:00pm Boys
- 10/31 All School Mass (3rd &4th); Halloween Parties 2:00pm; BooFest Downtown
- 11/04 PTO meeting 6:00pm
in the school cafeteria. Pizza will be provided.
This is a very important meeting. We will be discussing the Cookie Bazaar & Soup Luncheon, the float for the November 22nd Holiday Parade, and many other items.
The Cookie Bazaar and Soup Luncheon is one of PTO's biggest fundraisers,
so please volunteer your time.
- 11/06 BBall HERE Chula 6:00pm Girls 7:00pm Boys
- 11/07 Early dismissal 12:15 (lunch will be served)
Breakfast 8th Grade Fundraiser, 8:00am to 9:30am in the School Cafeteria
- 11/10 PTO uniform free day
- 11/11 T-shirt for Food day; Pizza Hut Night,
Veterans' Program 10:30am
Grade Breakfasts at Bishop Hogan
26, 8-9:30 am and November 9
House of Prayer
visit, October 3, 2014
Please know that Bishop Hogan does not always follow the Chillicothe
Public School District calendar. We follow the schedule for Bishop
VETERANS' DAY PROGRAM
We have several pictures of veteran family members for our power point, but we can still use more. Please send
them to school and mark the pictures with the name of the
veteran and your name so we can get them back to you. We are happy to include any family member that has served in the military. Our Veterans Program will be held
Wednesday, November the 12, at 10:30 a.m. We would like to invite
everyone - especially veterans and their families - to come enjoy the program the students have been working so hard on.
After the program, we would like to extend an invitation for lunch to all who join us for the program.
The cost of the lunch for the veterans will be taken care of by
PTO. The cost is $2.25 for anyone else who would like to join us. We need everyone to RSVP by
Monday, November 10, to the school office at 660-646-0705 so we know how much food to prepare.
We will have
a Pizza Hut School Night every month. 15% of sales will go to Bishop Hogan Memorial School.
(October 15) McTeacher's night was won by Mrs. Blattner's 5th and 6th grade class. The school raised $424.36 in sales! Way to go Bishop Hogan. Thanks for your support parents! Mrs.
Blattner's class has won a Happy Meal Lunch. Congratulations!
Every dollar counts
at Bishop Hogan! Help us collect Box Tops, Campbell Soup Labels,
Coke, Recycle Ink Jet
Our home basketball game on October 21 was dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness. The players donned pink
uniform shirts to show their support, and many in the crowd were dressed in pink. Money raised will be given to
Livingston County to be used for expenses of the women traveling out of town for cancer treatments and
doctor's appointments. The girls' coaches are Joyce Blattner and Julia Reeter. The boys are being coached by Teresa and Ted Hicks. The cheerleading coach is Kim Haakonstad. We want to thank these wonderful volunteers! Come
support Bishop Hogan Eagles!
Sign up to Volunteer! Timekeeper, Scorekeeper, Concession Stand, Gate, and baked goodies!
Complete job descriptions are available in the office!
If you turned in paperwork for the flu mist, it has been scheduled for
Tuesday, October 28, at 10:30 am.
Please help us congratulate the following Bishop Hogan students and parents for their 4-H Awards. They were
recognized at the 2014 Livingston County 4-H Awards Night: Hannah Haakonstad & Riley Brobst
- 1st place Secretary of the Year; CJ Pfaff - 2nd place for
Treasurer's book; Jill Pfaff - Outstanding Project Leader; Kim
Kieffer - Outstanding Club Leader
House of Prayer
visit, October 3, 2014
AUCTION NEWS & RECAP! APRIL 26, 2014!
8th Grade Fundraising Breakfasts: Come enjoy a warm breakfast on Sunday, October
26th between 8:00am and 9:30am in the school cafeteria. Come after the 8:00 Mass or before the 10:00 Mass.
The menu is biscuits and gravy, scrambled eggs, hash browns (on
the 9th only), fruit, and drink for a free will donation. Please come and help the 8th grade raise money to go to Washington D.C. for the Walk for
Life in January, 2015. There will be a second fundraising breakfast on
Thank you for taking time to come to school and hear about your
child's progress. We have such good, hard-working students that want to do well in school. We also have dedicated teachers that understand the
importance of each student's learning and success so work diligently to make that happen. Please feel free to
contact us throughout the year with questions, concerns, etc. We value our partnership with you.
Apple Pie Sales: Thank you to everyone who supported our 8th grade Apple Pie Fundraiser by purchasing pies! The students, parents, Mrs. Tyree, and some HyVee staff made over 140 apple pies for our buyers. They were delicious!
I'm glad I have two more in the freezer for Thanksgiving! Thank
you HyVee and Chris Strub for making this fundraiser possible.
Out" Basketball Game: Our home basketball game on October 21 was dedicated to Breast Cancer
Awareness. The players donned pink uniform shirts to show their support, and many in the crowd were dressed in pink. Money raised will be given to Livingston County to be used for expenses of the women traveling out of town for cancer treatments and
A huge thank you to everyone who was able to attend Oktoberfest.
COMPLETE DETAILS WITH PHOTOS ARE ON THE ST. COLUMBAN WEBSITE
Results - Raffle Winners, Booth Totals, Photos - Click
Roof: We are currently working on getting bids for the roof of the Preschool Building (former Academy Building). Although it is not in the budget, it is something that is in dire need. The bad places in the roof are leaking through the third floor onto the second floor ceilings. The building serves our growing needs so it is important that we do the upkeep. Thank you for buying the pies from the 8th graders to support them in their journey to be part of the Walk for Life! They couldn’t do it without the support of their school and parish family!!
-- Pam Brobst
Show May 13, 2014
PE days are Tuesday and
Thursday - Please remind your child to either wear or bring or bring tennis shoes to school on those days.
cold weather, we want to remind you to dress your students in warm
clothes. It is important for your children to wear long sleeve shirts, bring a
warm winter coat, a hat, and gloves.
AFTER SCHOOL CARE
After school care is available from 3:00 to 5:00pm
$27.00 for one, $25 per child if have 2; $22 per child if have 3 or more.
Call the office with any questions 660-646-0705.
WILL CEI HURT PUBLIC SCHOOLS? - The
Children's Education Initiative
(CEI) will not reduce state funding to public schools. In fact, this education tax
credit program allocates 50% of its benefits exclusively to public schools. The
10% reserved for special education will primarily benefit public schools. For
more information. contact the Missouri Catholic Conference at 800-456-1679.
and Petition form information is also on our St. Columban
School will dismiss at 12:15 p.m. for early outs and for monthly in-service meetings. The dates and times will be listed on the annual school calendar, monthly calendar,
Eagle's Nest and Church Bulletin. No lunch will be served on these days.
& AND A MOVIE RETURNS
The Columbian Squires will be hosting the Dinner and a Movie program again
in 2014. The programs are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month. For more information you can visit www.squiresdinner.info.
Help spread the word.
Eli Cross Nov. 5; Josie Reeter Nov. 7;
Avery Stallo Nov. 8; Burke Beetsma Nov 13;
Olivia Cross Nov 14;
Emma Peery Nov 16; Carson Crawford Nov 21; Gunner Brobst Nov 24
GALLERIES FOR 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR!!
by Father Ben at Christmas
SCHOOL YEAR SNAPSHOTS
Luncheon | House of Prayer
10/03/14 | Oktoberfest
GALLERIES FOR 2013-2014 SCHOOL YEAR
Teachers 2013-2014 | Homecoming
King & Queen 2013 | Preschool
Prevention Week | Pet Blessing 10/04/13
News & Photos 10/06/13 | Preschool Field Trip (October
2013) | Halloween 2013
Thanksgiving | Holiday Parade
| Christmas Program
| Missoula Children's Theatre
Schools Week 2014
Buddies | VFW
Essay Contest | Conservation
Posters 2014 | Elks
Essay Contest 2014 | Dinner
GALLERIES FOR 2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR
Grade Graduates 2013 | Spring
Talent Show 05/13/13
Communion 05/05/13 | Dinner
Auction 04/27/13 | Trip
to Exchange City 04/10/13
Stations 2013 | Soil
& Water Winners
Schools Week 2013 | Missoula
Children's Theatre 01/08/13 |
Program 12 21 12
Pen Essay Contest | Halloween
Party Parade 10/31/12
Parade 09/14/12 | Labor
Day Assembly | Grandparents'
Day of School 08/22/12 |
to School Party 08/12/12
SOAR Gift Cards
We have these SOAR shopping cards
in stock so be sure to pick them up before you go shopping:
Hy-Vee, Target, Piggly Wiggly, Dominos, Hicks, Pizza Hut, Bejing,
Subway, Taco Bell, or
They take any unused glasses to recycle. If you know of anyone needing free eye glasses or screening,
contact the local Lions Club.
YOUR SCHOOL SWEEPSTAKES
Nominate our school to win $4,500 in the Book It program. Please
follow this link and fill out the appropriate information about yourself and the school.
If you have questions or concerns about Smart Tuition and your payment
plan please contact the school office. We will help you any way we can.
We are all just learning this process.
UP FOR TEXTCASTER
Please take a few minutes to sign up for Textcaster. This is an
email/text messaging system that we now have available for parents and
friends to get messages from our office. Getting messages out will be
more efficient and timely when done through Textcaster. If possible, we
would like to have every parent on this system. You can sign up by going
to the Livingston County website
or the City
of Chillicothe's website. On the school notification page, you
will find Bishop Hogan near the bottom. If you have not done this yet, please be sure to sign up. We are unable to use it until we have everyone on this program.
A la cart Items:
- Fresh Fruit $ .25
- Frozen Fruit Bars $ .50
- Muffins $ .25
- Cookies $ .25
BISHOP HOGAN MEMORIAL SCHOOL
Father Benjamin Kneib, Pastor -
Parish Office Manager -
Pam Brobst, Principal - firstname.lastname@example.org
Leslie Holland, Administrative Assistant - email@example.com
Mary Higgins, Teacher Preschool - firstname.lastname@example.org
Theresa Oakes, Teacher Preschool - Email
Toby Minnis, Kindergarten Teacher - email@example.com
Holtzclaw, Teacher Grades 1&2 -
Davis, Teacher Grades 3&4 -
Brooke Westcott, Aid for Grades 3&4
Joyce Blattner, Teacher Grades 5&6 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tyree, Teacher Grades 7&8
Mary Garr, Teacher Music/Band - email@example.com
John Locker, P.E. Teacher - Email
Belinda Bower, Cook & Janitor - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dorney Hecker, Maintenance
DROP OFF/PICK UP -
Bishop Hogan Elementary School day begins at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 3:00 p.m. To pickup/drop off students, parents should pull into the school parking lot per this designated route:
East on JFK, North on Easton, West on 10th, enter Parking Lot on North Side and circle around to the gym door.
When entering the Preschool building, please use the North parking lot or Trenton Street. Parents will need to sign their preschool in and out each day. PLEASE USE CAUTION!
The gym doors will open at 7:30 a.m. The doors will be locked after 7:50.
Students arriving after 7:50 may come to the south side door where parents should drop off on the west side of the street
(this will prevent students from having to cross the street). Students will be released from the gym door at 3:00 p.m.
Early Childhood Screening
The Chillicothe School District has a developmental assessment for all children in the R-II School District. School
district personnel will conduct a FREE screening for children 3 months to four years old. This will include:
Hearing, Vision and Health Screening
Height and Weight Screening
Check of Immunization Records
Screening will take approximately one hour and parents will be with their child during this time. Call Garrison
School at 660-646-1653 to schedule an appointment.
Won First Place in Division 1 of the 2013-2014 Missouri Elks Association Essay Contest on
"What Does Veterans' Day Mean to Me?" Awesome Job CJ!
Livingston County Soil & Water Conservation District 2014 Class Poster Contest Winners
Dig Deeper Mysteries in the Soil
4th Grade - 1st Place Connor Hobbs; 2nd Place Ellie Barnett; 3rd
Place Carson Crawford
5th & 6th Grade - 1st Place Josie Reeter; 2nd Place Eli Cross;
3rd Place Mason Baxter
The 5th through 8th graders participated in the Daughters of the American
Revolution (DAR) Essay contest. The Essay title this year was
"The Lives of Children During the American
Revolution." The students were asked to write an essay using historical facts and discuss
how the war affected the lives of children. Maggie Pfaff was selected by the judges
as the First Place winner in the 7th grade division. Her essay has been
forwarded to the State American History Committee for further consideration. Maggie will be invited to read her
essay at the Olive Prindle Chapter DAR meeting on Monday March 10th at 12:45 at the
River Historical Society Museum, 1401 Forest Dr., in Chillicothe. She will
be awarded her certificate at that time. Congratulations to Maggie for
RAISING: Remember to send in your ink toner cartridges, Dominos Pizza proofs of purchase,
Campbell Soup labels, Labels for Education, Box Tops for Education, Coke Reward Points, and aluminum
cans. With your help we have earned :
$917.00 from Box Tops,
$511.00 from Ink recycling
$108.00 from pop can recycling
Thank you for your help. Please keep donating! These programs are ongoing.
LIKE US ON TARGET
- This is an easy way to earn money for our school. When you are on
Facebook, go here
and vote for Bishop Hogan! After 25 votes, we will get $25.00 from Target
and then $1.00 for each vote after that. Please share this with your
family! We have already received a check for $42.19 from Target.
Citizens Bank has teamed up with Bishop Hogan to help us raise money.
Every time you use your Citizens Bank & Trust Bishop Hogan Memorial school
debit card, Bishop Hogan earns $ .05 at no charge to the
customer. That doesn't sound like much but it really adds up. This last quarter we
received a check for $115.95. Thank you to everyone that has a Bishop
Hogan debit card and thank you to Citizens Bank for their support!
- We will have the Pizza Hut School Night every 2nd Tuesday of each
month. 15% of sales will go to Bishop Hogan Memorial School. Flyers will be sent home with the students. All we have to do is get
our family and friends to order pizza for dinner that night. The flyers have to be turned in to
Pizza Hut when you pick up your pizza.
- We are very fortunate to have Carole Hobbs picking up our cans and taking them to Hope Haven for
us the third Tuesday of the month!!
Remember to send in your
ink toner cartridges, Dominos Pizza proofs of purchase, Campbell Soup labels, Box Tops for Education, and aluminum cans.
We have purchased some new equipment for P.E. with our Coke
Rewards' points. Mr. Locker has purchased two new whistles, a new soccer goal. and some huge dice for games in the gym. Please keep sending in your
Coke Rewards' lids so that we can earn more points.
Remember to send in your ink toner cartridges, Dominos Pizza proofs of purchase, Campbell Soup labels, Labels for Education, Box Tops for Education, Coke Reward Points, and aluminum cans. With your help we have earned:
$917.00 from Box Tops
$511.00 from ink recycling
$108.00 from pop can recycling
The Labels for Education will be sent in this month, and we should get a check from them in May. Thank you for
your help. Please keep donating! These programs are ongoing.
Dress your children appropriately for the winter temperatures, sweaters, crewneck sweatshirts, etc.
is where you can go through to shop to earn money for the school. Bishop Hogan gets money every time you purchase items through this portal with stores such as
Wal-Mart, Target, and many others.
READ to SUCCEED
- We are once again participating in the Read to Succeed
This program is for grades Kindergarten through 6th. Your child must complete 6 hours of recreational reading to receive an admissions ticket to Six Flags.
If you would like to
contribute to our Guardian Angel fund
which is used for tuition assistance, please contact Kim Murrell at
the St. Columban parish office (660-646-0190).
Our fund drive is going on now as we begin a new school
additional information call:
Bishop Hogan School office at 660-646-0705
Bishop Hogan Preschool at: 660-646-3070
Please make sure your accounts are current or contact the office to make payment arrangements. If you have any questions about your balances,
please contact the office 660-646-0705.
CO-OP WITH CR2
Read the latest
NetSmartz - Computer Safety
Parenting wired kids can be difficult if you didn't grow up with the same technologies. These resources can help.
Smartphones, posting inappropriate pictures; stopping posts; meeting offline; secure passwords; webcams;
sexting; and more. NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited
Children (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for children ages 5-17, parents and guardians, educators, and law enforcement. With resources such as videos, games, activity cards, and presentations, NetSmartz entertains while it educates.
NetSmartz Goals: Educate children on how to recognize potential Internet risks; Engage children and adults in a two-way conversation about on- and offline risks; Empower children to help prevent themselves from being exploited and to report victimization to a trusted adult.
Diocese Appoints An Ombudsman
- In June 2011, the diocese appointed an independent public liaison and ombudsman to field and investigate all reports of inappropriate behavior or sexual misconduct by clergy, employees or volunteers. To make a confidential report to the ombudsman, please contact Jenifer
Valenti at (816) 812-2500. [Definition - Ombudsman - a person who investigates and attempts to resolve complaints and problems, as between employees and an employer or between students and a university.]
Fifth and Sixth Grade Food Drive
- Fifth & Sixth Grade are still collecting non-perishable items for the food pantry.
Thank you to Kristie Crawford for delivering to the food pantry.
The school is still collecting
Hy-Vee receipts (no prescriptions can be on the receipts or gas receipts);
Campbell Labels - Campbell Soup proof of purchase markers are on BIC
merchandise - any BIC product (V8 we need the lids); Box Tops 4 Education.
Don't forget old ink cartridges to recycle. No matter what size.
We get money for these!
Students need to bring or wear tennis shoes on PE days (Tuesdays and Thursdays).
TRAINING - PROTECTING GOD'S CHILDREN is a requirement for all those who will be
teaching, volunteering and working with our preschoolers, children and teens. This includes volunteers for room parties, driver for field trips, basketball volunteer, etc.
For more information, please call the school office at 660-646-0705.
Weather: Please listen to KCHI 98.5 if there is no school - they will broadcast that information.
In accord with government regulations, we are to notify parents of our students that in some of the building products present in our buildings, there is a small amount of asbestos. Bishop Hogan School has an Asbestos Management Plan
that is available for inspection in the school office at Bishop Hogan Memorial School, 1114 Trenton, Chillicothe, Missouri 64601. You may view this information during school hours when the secretary is present.
Pastor - Father Ben Knieb
Parish Office Manager - Kim Murrell
Principal - Pam Brobst
Preschool: Mary Higgins, teacher
Paraprofessional for Preschool: Theresa Oakes
Kindergarten: Toby Minnis
1st/2nd grade: Alisa Grubaugh
3rd/4th grade: Erica Baker
5th/6th grade: Joyce Blattner
7th/8th grade: Brian Murrell
Music/Band/Computers: Mary Garr
P.E.: John Locker
Administrative Assistant: Leslie Holland
Cook/Custodian: Belinda Bower
our News Notes for additional information from the church and
Our Most Recent Soaring Eagle (Alumni Letter) HERE
(Spring, 2013 - PDF 135KB).