T HE E AGLE Kevin St Elizabeth Ann Seton Delahoussaye Elementary School April 2005 President A Publication of the Home and School Association I hope all of you had a Happy Easter. I know the kids loved getting all that Easter candy. Well, the school year is winding down, less than 50 days of school remaining. I know the chil- dren and their parents are counting the days so they can take off on family vacations. We have a number of events taking place this month with the most important of all, the school auction. This year's auction "A SEASide Extravaganza," will be held at the Pontchartrain Cen- ter on April 8th, with lots of silent auction prizes and some outstanding verbal auction prizes you will want to bid high on. Brian Brennan, Tim Springmann, Evelyn Lugo and their commit- tees have done an outstanding job of putting this event together. When you see them, please thank them for the great job they are doing. We continue to prove that SEAS’ parents are the best. We had a family night at Skate Country and there were over 183 skaters which profited the school $540.00. Thanks to all the parents and kids in attendance. Congratulations to Mrs. Kincannon and Mrs. Bonura on winning the Sprit trophy. As the school year is winding down, I want to thank all the volunteers who have given their time in making what we do possible. You have made my time as President very gratifying. If you are interested in serving on a committee for the 2005-2006 Home and School Associa- tion Board, please contact Lisa Mayer at 885-8693. I hope to see you all at the May 9th General Membership meeting. BUILDING OUR FAITH AND OUR FUTURE TOGETHER Page 2 B UILDING O UR F AITH AND O UR F UTURE T O G E T H E R A LETTER FROM THE PRINCIPAL Dear Parents, I hope you had a peaceful and blessed Easter. The month of April will bring many exciting events to our school and our parish. Please keep the April cale n- dar handy. At the end of the month our second grade students will receive their First Holy Communion. What a joyous time for these children and their families! Imagine, in the course of one month’s time, they will have received two sacraments for the very first time. Our Home & School Association will sponsor its annual Auction on Friday, April 8, 2005, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. I encourage all to attend. As of April 1, 2005 we have received approximately $13,000.00 in donations for our GAP Fund. I thank all who donated and encourage others to seriously consider a donation to this Fund. One of the goals targeted for this Fund is the development and implementation of a Pre-K 3 Program for our school. This program can be implemented only with cash money. If you have not returned your Intention Card to the office, please do so soon. All students in grades 3-7 will take the SAT(10) test during the week of April 11 – 15, 2005. Please pray for a successful testing experience. May God Bless you and your family. Sincerely, Keith 2004-2005 SEAS HOME AND SCHOOL OFFICERS AND BOARD MEMBERS President C.C.S.C.C. School Supplies Kevin Delahoussaye 465-9069 Christine Daigle 466-5891 Deirdre Knobloch 466-2975 President– Elect Publicity Used Uniform Sale Lisa Mayer 885-8693 Michelle Hanzo 463-3111 Anne Dupre 469-5034 Vice President Michelle Hart 467-8797 Diane Kenedy 467-7620 Missy Rooney 468-1094 Long Range Planning Teresa Lanning 464-6515 Immediate Past President P.J. Hahn 469-2644 Backpacks/Sweatshirts Lisa Marcello 779-9002 Linda Kavanaugh 469-9806 Betsy Dahlke 466-6951 Social Liz Dean 467-4884 Recording Secretary Lisa Brennan 467-2870 Mary D’Aquin 467-2616 Gift Wrap/Entertainment Books Celeste Roethele 461-5005 Stacey Fassbender 467-1404 Corresponding Secretary Kelly Marroccoli 469-2841 Angela Hebert 468-6958 Hospitality Melissa Becnel 466-4063 Auction Treasurer Melissa Lewis 467-5991 Evelynn Lugo 461-9619 Liz Dean 467-4884 Susan Pisciotta 469-1638 Tim Springmann 443-3228 Resource Brenda Vallery 466-4092 Brian Brennan 467-2870 Julie Cacamo 469-5718 Volunteers and Room Mothers City Park Night Diane Kennedy 467-7620 Carol Mc Grail 464-1805 Robin Delahoussaye 465-9069 Gina Herrera 463-5295 Maureen D’Aquin 443-4950 Joan Kathmann 466-6593 Dawn Zahn 464-0791 Ways and Means Internet Consultants Lunch Program Ben Zahn 464-0791 Colin & Roi-Lynne Hulin 466-1334 Michelle Soyez 467-7867 Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Elementary School Page 3 St. Elizabeth Ann Seton 3rd Quarter Honor Roll Fourth Grade Gold: Ahdriana Abuliel, Mitchell Alexander, Tamari Ammari, Matthew Brennan, Bonnie Dupre, Ryley Giardina, Morganne Lerch, Ryan Maloney, Kacie Pendleton, Marissa Ramsey, Antonio Scelfo Silver: Devin Bordelon, Ashley Cobb, Kevin Frietas, Hayden Galatas, Alex Giacontiere, Tori Hanzo, Brian Hebert, Ryan Helm, Mario Jerez, Eric Klein, Nicholas Luquet, Emily Marino, Simone Mayer, Abigail Rami- rez, Brittany Roberts, Michael Rose, Emily Roth, Kimberly Scanlon, Emily Schexnaydre, Jacob Seward, Brody Taylor Fifth Grade Gold: Sarah Bilbe, Cory Cacamo, Scott Dahlke, Megan Dares, Jeanie Dever, Marianna Hart, Rachel Helm, Giselle Medina, Victoria Murphy, Mary Pursell Silver: Jimmy Antin, Dominick Bilich, Nicholas Bohte, Greyson Bordelon, Kacey Breaux, Logan Breaux, Alex Brennan, Taylor Delahoussaye, Morgan Grosz, Tyler Hannan, Rody Hughes, Brittany Knudsen, Patrick Lanning, Austin LeBlanc, Paul Marcello, Jamie Owens, Brady Pechon, Catherine Pettus, Jolie Robichaux, Ty- ler Rooney, Dominic Schiro, Elizabeth Scott, Archit Shukla, Whitney Sprague, Kyle Springman, Christian Valeton Sixth Grade Gold: Caitlin Bucher, Shelby Jacob, Tyler Johnson, Matthew Martin, Meredith Martina, Kristin Mayer, Ash- ley Nerin, Rachael Richard, Amanda Stevens, Rebecca Thiberville Silver: Jeffrey Albaral, Austin Cannon, Gabrielle Corso, Rebecca Dahl, Ryan Duvernay, Christopher Farnet, Stephanie Gard, Colin Hinds, Junior Hughes, Erin Kavanaugh, Connor Kirkikis, Casey Langteau, Anna Leger, Brandon Mattio, Shannon Naccari, Christopher Pettus, Ryan Phair, Jordan Ruppert, Jordan Scelfo, Erin Son- ger, Michelle Vallery Seventh Grade Gold: Alyssa Alexander, Kevin Bohte, Angela Collins, David d’Aquin, Greg Dahlke, Alexis Daigle, Joshua Delcambre, John Dever, Cody Dickerson, Amanda Dupont, Matthew Farnet, Taylor Hart, Taylor Henneman, Corey LeBlanc, Bryce Luquet, Alexander Masoud, Ashley Meyn, Stephanie Meyn, Kelly Scanlon, Casey Tre- uting, Tyler Treuting Silver: Angela Altamirano, Morgan Baroni, Calvin Bouchon, Cory Bruner, Giselle Cloutier, Katherine Co- stanza, Lauren Hulin, Dara Kennedy, Walker Kirkikis, Gabrielle Lewis, Chelsea Miller, Ryan Miller, Megan Naccari, Alexis Pechon, Ashely Pisciotta, Jordan Ramirez, Victoria Rein, Amanda Russo, Megan Ryan, Lind- say Truax Page 4 BUILDING O UR FAITH AND O UR FUTURE TOGETHER AUCTION SPONSORS BY: ROBIN D ELAHOUSSAYE BEN ZAHN 2005 SPONSOR CHAIRPERSON FLORALS, PLANTS I would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors who con- AND DECORATING tributed to this year's auction. Sponsorships totaled $9,425.00. 4303 Williams Blvd. Kenner, LA 70065 Phone: 464-0791 Cell Phone: 909-0791 Paddle Sponsor(Cash Donation of $1000) Diamond Data Systems, Inc. “For All Your Floral, Silk & Decorating Needs” The following is a list of "Sand Castle" Sponsors who contributed $500.00 donations: Clovis & Roche, Inc. Kevin S. Delahoussaye Helm Paint & Supply, Inc. Notary Public Hibernia National Bank 7 Traminer Street Louisiana Trace, L.L.C. Kenner, Louisiana 70065 Sam’s Club The following is a list of "Sea Shell" Sponsors who contributed Phone: 504-465-9069 $300.00 donations: Cell Phone: 504-669-8031 E- mail: Taylordel@aol.com BFM Corporation, L.L.C. Bywater Building Service, Inc. Charles P. Murphy MD/ Orthopedic Center Danny Martiny Dr. Joe Dongieux, Orthodontist Dr. Thomas McCoy, III, DDS STEVEN B. JOHNSON, CPA, PFS McKeough Builders, L.L.C.—Greg McKeough 2305 N. 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Woodlake Estates Tennis and Swim Club COMPLETE PEST & TERMITE SERVICE 82 Sequoia St. Kenner LICENSED · BONDED · INSURED (504) 467-5889 ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP- $495 JERRY TAYLOR 6300 Amhurst Street Open House each Sunday in May Manager Metairie, LA 70003 SUMMER CAMP–Boys and Girls ages 5—12 Registration Open Feb. 20 - April 1 Please send any Camp dates: May 30 – August 12, 2005 Hours: 9 AM – 3 PM news or Swimming, Tennis, Field Trips, Volleyball, Flag Football, Soccer, Water Slide, Dodge ball, Water Polo, Foosball, Air Hockey, information Chess, Water Basketball, Ping Pong, Crafts and more for the $65/week for members and $75/week for nonmembers $18/day for members and $20/day for nonmembers newsletter to : Registration is $25/child for members, $35/child for nonmembers Before and After Care available email@example.com Counselors needed (13 years and older) Page 8 B UILDING O UR F AITH AND O UR F UTURE T O G E T H E R IMPORTANT APRIL REMINDERS April 11-15 Standardized Testing, Grades 3-6 April 14 NO PM BUS SERVICE April 15 Field Day April 20 Special Treat Day 487-1655 or 289-2424 April 21 Progress Reports Sent Home 4953 W. Napoleon Metairie, LA 70001 Inflatables available for: April 23 First Communion – Miss Deck’s Class 6:00 p.m. Birthday Parties Day Cares April 24 First Communion – Mrs. Springmann’s School Events Class and CCD Family Reunions 2:30 p.m. Church Events Picnics April 27 Secretaries’ Day All Occasions May 2 Tuition Due The Fair Committee is looking for people Resource Programs to help organize The 2005 Fair. The Home and School Association Resource commit- tee would like to thank everyone who participated in Please contact the “Labels for Education,” “Box Tops 4 Education,” Janet Delaune or the and other resource programs. Please continue to col- Parish Office lect and send in labels. if you are interested in helping Thank you, in any way. Julie Cacamo Diane Kennedy Gina Herrera Dawn Zahn Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Elementary School Page 9 First Row: Rachel Helm, Gabrielle Corso, Emily Roth, Jordan Ruppert, Morgan Baroni (alternate) Second Row: Kimberly Scanlon, Kelly Scanlon, Allison Herrera, Caitlyn Bucher, Dara Kennedy Top Row: Lauren Hulin, Victoria Rein, Amanda Russo, Amanda Stevens Missing: Anna Leger Cheerleading Honors Congratulations to the SEAS Cheerleaders on their performance in Biloxi. The girls competed Saturday and Sunday to come up with a combined total score. We came home with a third place trophy which was .5 points from second place. The girls worked hard all season and improved with every practice. Congratulations to the girls also for their first place performance at the WSA competition held at the N. O. Convention Center on March 5. They were awesome! On March 30, the cheerleaders had their award’s banquet at Trauth’s Restaurant. Every year, awards are given to cheer- leaders who excelled throughout the year. This year’s awards were given to: Pom-Pom Award – Gabrielle Corso and Caitlin Bucher; Most-spirited Award – Allison Herrera; Most-improved Award – Emily Roth; and Most-outstanding cheerleader – Kelly Scanlon and Lauren Hulin. Congratulations to all. On a different note, I will not be returning to St. Elizabeth next year as the cheerleader moderator. This is Lauren’s, our last child, last year at St. Elizabeth. I would like to thank the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton parents and all the cheerleaders that I have coached in the past years. I have had wonderful years growing with the girls and watching them improve. The first group of cheerleaders that I coached graduated from high school last year. I have many friends that I have met along the way and will always remember the good times we had. Thank you parents, friends, and girls for all the memo- ries I can look back at. I hope that you will succeed in whatever your endeavor and always remember your cheerleading days at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. I am a part of all those I have met. Roi-Lynne Hulin Page 10 B UILDING O UR F AITH AND O UR F UTURE T O G E T H E R P RE P ACKAGED SCHOOL SUPPLIES If you would like to pre-order school supplies for the 2005-06 school year, complete the order form below and return it to school along with a check made payable to SEAS. The deadline to return all order forms is April 20, 2005. It is not mandatory to pre-order school supplies. A supply list will be published in a later issue of The Eagle. School supplies will be available for pick up on June 25 and 26. More details will follow regarding pick-up. If you have any questions, contact Deirdre Knobloch (466-2975). _______________________________________________________________________________________ Parent’s Name Address Home Phone # _________________________________ ____________________________ Student’s Name/Boy or Girl Grade Next Year _________________________________ ____________________________ Student’s Name/Boy or Girl Grade Next Year _________________________________ ____________________________ Student’s Name/Boy or Girl Grade Next Year _________________________________ ____________________________ Student’s Name/Boy or Girl Grade Next Year Grade Level Quantity Cost Each Total Price Pre-K $43.00 Kindergarten $51.00 First $70.00 Second $68.00 Third $61.00 Fourth $62.00 Fifth $69.00 Sixth/Seventh $59.00 TOTAL AMOUNT Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Elementary School Page 11 S trategic S olutions Susan S. 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The May pack meeting will also include the Crossing Over cere- mony. All scouts are asked to attend and bring their new necker- chief for next year. The scouts will remove their old one and re- place it with the new one as they start working towards their new rank badge. WENDY HINYUB Realtor/Consultant Office (504) 455-0100 Selling your home? Fax (504) 455-0322 Let me help. Cell (504) 559-4808 Get a Free Home Warranty Email email@example.com when you list with me! Website www.wendyhinyub.com Offer good until May 31, 2005. 4725 Veterans Memorial Blvd Please check out my new website: Metairie, LA 70006 wendyhinyub.com EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED April 2005 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 No Field Day P.M. Bus Service Standardized Testing—Grades 3-6 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Deadline for Progress Miss Deck’s ordering pre- Reports sent Class packaged home First school Communion supplies 6 p.m. 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Mrs. Secretaries May 2nd Springmann’s Day Tuition Due Class and CCD First Communion 2:30 p.m.