Rosary and Sacrifice
The Ladies League of the Immaculate Conception
Catholic Church will be holding their 25th Annual Christmas
Craft Show on Saturday, November 1 from 9 am to
3 pm. The show will be held in the gym and the community room of the Bishop Kelley Catholic School (926 W. Nepessing St) on the corner of M-24 and West Nepessing St. Parking is available on the street and behind the Immaculate Conception Church.
Admission for adults is $1 and children get in for free. Along with various crafters selling their wares, the craft show will
include a bake sale, a Chinese auction, a cake walk and
a white elephant sale. A small selection of lunch items
will be available for purchase also. Spaces for crafters
are still available; if interested contact Kenlin at 810-664-
0808. Contact Dawn at 810-664-6946 or Kenlin at 810-
664-0808 for more information about the craft show.
Stop in and see all the things that we have to offer!
National Anti-Bullying Month
October is National Anti-Bullying Month. On Thursday, October 16th,BKCS students stood up“Stand Up To Bullying!” Many students wore an orange shirt with their uniform pants to send a message of support, hope, and unity. In their classrooms, teachers reinforced the “golden rule” and treating each other as Jesus would.
Your Market Day “Smart Cookie Dough” order will be here soon! Cookie Dough order pick-up is on Friday, Oct. 24th, 2:30-3:30pm, in the BKCS Gym. Our total sales were $4689.50 with at profit of $1800!!!
Thank you for your support!
Parent Teacher Conferences
Conferences will be held
Oct.27th & 29th (Mon. & Wed.) 3:45-5:00 &
and on Oct. 28th (Tues.) 3:45-5:00 pm.
You may call or email the office starting Monday,Oct. 6th to schedule appointments. If you do not schedule an
appointment by Oct. 15th, one will be made for you. Reminder letters will be sent home on Fri., Oct. 17th.
For more information on how to be effective during Parent Teacher Conferences, Click HERE
Our Reflective Garden between the two wings of the school was in serious need of sprucing up. But between Our Seventh Graders supervised by Mrs. Yaros and several hard working parent-volunteers, it has been transformed into the beautiful, peaceful oasis that you see . Thank you for all the hard work. It is a testimont to the generocity of our parents and teachers.
I want to teach my students how to live life on Earth.
To face it's struggles and it's strife and how to improve their worth.
Not just the lessons in a book or how the river flows.
But how to choose a proper path
wherever they may go.
To understand eternal truth and know right from wrong.
And gather all the beauty of a flower and a song.
For if I help the world to grow in wisdom and in grace, Then I shall feel that I have won and I have filled my place.
And so I ask your guidance, God,
That I may do my part, for character and confidence and happiness of heart.
~This prayer was used at the Friday morning Staff Prayer Service.