2015 Distinguished Alumni

Congratulations Shirley Bigham – the St. Bruno Catholic School 2015 Distinguished Alumni.  Thank you Shirley for your dedication to educating our youth during your career as a teacher and for your continued support of the St. Bruno Catholic parish and school. God Bless!

January 22 Newsletter and Information

January 22nd Newsletter

  • We have been very blessed to have great weather over the past week and very few students have been sick this semester. Please continue to send them with hats and gloves as they will be going outside for recess as long as Mother Nature cooperates.
  • Our Black out Cancer games raised $583 to go to the American Cancer Society. Thank you Kelly Reyes and everyone who helped make these games possible through donations and your support of the games.
  • Everyone is receiving a newsletter in their yellow envelope, please take time to read it. The PTO has included a portion on the bottom to let you know where you stand in regards to units sold. Gun of the month tickets are the only chance left to sell units. All units must be sold by May 1st – there is a $6 fee per unit not sold under 25.
  • Catholic School Week Next Week – It would be great to see everyone at the kickoff Mass at 10 am on Sunday and at the Open House/Breakfast to follow. We are serving pancakes, biscuits and gravy, coffee, milk, and orange juice at the school.

God Bless and have a wonderful weekend!

Black out Cancer Game

Monday night’s game against the Giant City Giants was another Black out Cancer game – Hoopin’ For a Cure. The proceeds from all of this year’s black out games will go to the American Cancer Society.  Pictured with the girls are the coach of the Giant City team and Kayla’s grandpa – both are cancer survivors.

Bless, O God, all who struggle with cancer.
Empower them with hope for each and every day.
Provide them with loving and tender care, laughter, and the support of love.
Grant them courage when they are afraid, comfort when they are in pain,
and your blessing when all else seems hopeless,
that in their fight with illness they may continue to praise you
and glorify your name.