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Starkville Listening Session

Do you have an opinion about the next steps for growth and expansion at Annunciation Catholic School? Well, your chance to be heard is here!
Bishop Kopacz, Father Slattery, and Superintendent Catherine Cook will facilitate a listening session for members of St. Joseph Catholic Church and the Starkville community to gauge the level of support in the Starkville area. We need your help getting the word out to the community, so tell your friends and share this information on your social media pages!

When: Thursday, September 1st
Where: St. Joseph Catholic Church Parish Center
What time: 6:00 pm

Summer Office Hours

May 30th – June 3rd Closed
June 6th – June 23rd 8:00 to 12:00 (Monday – Thursday)
June 27th – July 8th Closed
July 11th – July 28th 8:00 to 3:00 (Monday – Thursday)
August 1st 7:30 – 3:30 (Monday – Friday)

Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge

The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge started on May 9th. Your student should have received his/her username and password to log on to the Scholastic Summer Reading website which is www.scholastic.com/summer. Students must log minutes every two weeks. You can not go back and log minutes past two weeks. The library will be open on several dates this summer if students would like to check out books or log minutes.

Summer Library Hours:
June 9th 9:00 - 11:00
June 23rd 9:00 - 11:00
July 14th 1:00 - 3:00
July 21st 9:00 - 11:00

Annunciation has been awarded "Best in State" for the past three years for having read the most minutes over the summer. Let's strive for year number four! This is a great opportunity for students to stay on top of their reading and have some fun at the same time over the summer. If you have any questions about the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge, contact librarian, Terri Doumit at news4terri@yahoo.com.

Click the Scholastic Summer Reading logo to the left to see a letter from Mrs. Doumit and a printable log sheet.

Pennies for Patients

The ACS BETA Club sponsored a school wide Lenten Service Project, Pennies for Patients, that raised money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Together ACS students raised a grand total of $1311.08.

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