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latest information regarding school reopening visit our Covid-19 Impact Page.

Trumpet Newsletter

 

 

Important Dates

  • Tuesday, September 21
    • Mass K & 1st grades in person @ 8:15am
    • MAP Reading Fluency (2nd grade)
    • Mock Schedule Night (virtual)
      • 5pm - 1st grade
      • 5:30pm 5th  & 6th grades
      • 6pm - 2nd grade 
  • Wednesday, September 22
    • Mock Schedule Night (virtual)
      • 5pm - K,  & 3rd  grade
      • 5:30pm - 7th & 8th grades 
      • 6pm - 4th grade
  • Thursday, September 23
    • Mass 7 & 8th grades in person @ 8:15am 
  • Saturday, September 25
    • 8th grade Confirmation Retreat
  • Monday, September 27
    • Box Top Uniform Break
  • Tuesday, September 28
    • PTSO Meeting @ 6:30pm
  • Wednesday, September 29
    • Feast of St. Gabriel All School Mass. 2, 3, & 4th grades in person @8:15am

For information about COVID-19 policies and procedures, please visit https://www.stgabrielcatholicschool.net/about/covid-19-updates 

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Living Rosary in October

Please  SAVE THE DATE!  The Living Rosary, sponsored by the Archdiocesan Marian Committee, will take place on Sunday, October 10, 2:00 p.m. at Saint Teresa of Calcutta Parish (903 Fairdale Road, Louisville)  Register your children to participate now at www.archloumarian.org.  To Jesus thru Mary!

 

 

 

 

 

Sacred Heart Academy welcomes you and your daughter to get to know our community better! Parents can learn more by visiting our website,  attending a Heart to Heart session,  and  Prospective Parent Night, or by scheduling a family tour.  If she’s an 8th grader, you can also schedule her shadow visit today – this is the best way for her to see what it’s like to be a Valkyrie! Our hearts and our doors are open - we can’t wait to see you!

  • Are you ready for Spirit Days?  The third Friday of each month is designated as a Spirit Day.  Students may wear a spirit wear top with uniform or PE uniform bottoms.  Visit www.stgabrielshop.com to order your spirit wear items today!

MAP Parent Session Recordings

MAP Growth Parent Session 3-16-21 Recording

MAP Growth Slides Presentation 3-16-21

MAP Reading Fluency Parent Session 3-18-21 Recording

MAP Reading Fluency Slides Presentation 3-16-21

 

Associates in Pediatric Therapy

Associates in Pediatric Therapy is excited to provide speech and occupational therapy services at St. Gabriel.   Please click on picture above for more information.  Please complete the form at email them to Denise Chancellor at dchancellor@stgabriel.net

Kumon is not tutoring. It’s a step-by-step approach that works alongside your kids’ schooling.  Click here for more information.

Click here for their calendar of meetings

Arrival Map

Dismissal Map

PikMyKid Parent User Guide

From the Parish

  • Welcome to our new pastor, Fr. Jason Harris, Pastor, and associate pastor, Fr. Shaju Puthussery!  We are excited to have them join our St. Gabriel family.  Fr. Jason was previously pastor at St. Thomas More and St. Monica churches as well as chaplain for Bethlehem High School.  Before attending seminary, Fr. Jason taught middle school for nine years in Henry County.  Fr. Shaju is a Conventual Franciscan from Mookkannoor, Kerala, India.

  • NEW Liturgy Schedule

  • Weekend Masses

    • Sat evening: 4 p.m.

    • Sun: 8 a.m., 10 a.m., Noon

    • (Communion available to those watching remotely near church entrance off Hudson Lane after 10 a.m. Mass)

  • Weekday Masses

    • Mondays will have either masses or communion services at 8:15 a.m. depending on scheduling.

    • Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays 8:15 a.m.

    • Wednesday Benediction 6:15 p.m.

    • Wednesday 6:30 p.m.

  • Holy Days of Obligation

    • 8:15 a.m., 6:30 p.m.

  • Reconciliation

    • Wednesdays 5:00 – 6:15 p.m.

  • Fridays 8:50 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.

  • First Saturday of the Month 10:30 – 11:45 a.m.

  • Eucharistic Adoration

    • Wednesdays- Noon

  • God’s Love Unites Us!  Stewardship Program

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Reach Alert Emergency Notification System

  • Parents who have not already signed up for REACH ALERT please sign up.
  • Reach Alert is used to keep you in the loop of current events affecting our church and school families.
  • To register for the first time, follow these simple steps:
  • Directions for Setting up Account

 

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Honor thy Children Newsletter

Box Tops for Education

 

 

 

 

  • Please continue saving Box Tops for our school
  • Box Top guidelines: The last Monday of the month unless otherwise specified will be designated as box top uniform break day. Students are permitted to wear Saint Gabriel spirit wear shirts.  Students will be allowed to wear their favorite shirt PE or uniform bottoms may be worn or jeans.
  • Please trim them and check the expiration date
  • Learn How to Give Credit

 

Pull Tabs

Since 2002, we have collected nearly 23,000 pounds of tabs.  So now is the time to start filling up those Ziploc bags, milk jugs and coffee cans.  Every little bit helps. Together we can make a difference. For more information on Kids Cancer Alliance please visit kidscanceralliance.org or contact K of C coordinator John McCarthy at mccoots1@gmail.com.

All proceeds benefit the Kids Cancer Alliance (KCA) and Indian Summer Camp (ISC).

KCA was started in 1981.  The vision was to provide a "normal" camping experience for children with cancer.  During that first summer, 20 campers attended camp.  The volunteer staff consisted of doctors and nurses from the University of Louisville, as well as members of the community.

This past summer, the KCA ran four separate camps in which 241 children attended, all at no cost to them.   The Knights of Columbus had breakfast with the kids, and presented KCA a check for $1000.00, generated by last year's pull-tab competition.  

KCA now provides 56 recreation and support programs, that serve more than 300 local families fighting childhood cancer.