Make sure you bring money tomorrow for the last day of the bake sale tomorrow! There are lots of yummy treats to eat in between testing!
I would like to notify everybody that Libby and I are now the bloggers f0r the new yearbook committee! Our job is to update the blog with pictures and captions from all the activities that go on at our school. We will get the pictures from our photographers and reporters that are also on the committee. I think this year we will have a very successful yearbook staff organized by Mrs. Small!
On the week of October 10th, there is going to be a fun week. We are having this fun week to help raise money for the 6, 7, & 8th grade dance. There are going to be activities such as crazy sock day, pajama day, and more! Most of the activities are only $1. But for one event you have to pay $3. That is for iPod Friday!! I hope everyone has a fun time!
St. Bruno presents the Roaring 20’s with their annual dinner and auction on Saturday, November 12, 2011. The invitations are being printed now, so be on the lookout for yours in the coming weeks. If you have never attended before, consider making this your first year – the auction is always a lot of fun! Below are our corporate sponsors for this year’s auction:
2011 Corporate Sponsors
- St. Bruno School Faculty and Staff
- Searby Funeral Home – Directors: David H. Searby, Paul D. Searby, and Chad W. Schrader
- Raymond James Financial – Chad Rushing Financial Advisor
- Murphy Wall State Bank and Trust
- Integrated Computers and Networks
- Giacomo Auto Repair
- First National Bank in Pinckneyville
- Craig Williams Creative
- Cherry Insurance
- Bibs Ag Tiling
- Alongi’s Italian Restaurant
Show your support for these sponsors with your partonage! These sponsors help make this event possible. We are continuing to receive donations for the silent and live auction portions of the evening. If you would like to make a donation, contact myself of Sandy Stanhouse, send it to school with your child, or drop a note in the church collection basket. No donation is too small! Last year was our most successful year and we are looking to surpass that this year and we can with your help!