|12/1/16||Kelly Pascoe||027||Pascoe Family||$50.00|
This year, the yearbook will be dedicated to everyone involved with Annunciation BVM School - present and past. We are asking at this time to submit any pictures you might have since the inception of the school. Former employees, athletic teams, students in uniform, etc. These pictures must be submitted by Friday, January 6 either via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off at the school office. All photos will be returned. Thank you!
A Veterans Day Message:
It is most appropriate that today and every moment of every day that we remember the contributions and the sacrifices which so many men, women, and their families have made in order to permit this country to enjoy the freedoms to which we are privileged. It is not a given that we are able to gather here together. It is not a given that we have freedom of school choice. It is not a given that we have the freedom of our choice of religion. Because we have these freedoms and many others, it is therefore, our responsibility to act prudently and to make wise choices in allowing everyone to have the same rights. When we are proactive, we can make the world a better place. Positive changes begin with each of us and with you. We must begin with the end in mind to set a goal of respecting all people with dignity. We must put first things first by prioritizing what we must do to take advantage of the freedom and the right to an education. Think win-win is the belief that everyone can win. It is about us, not me or you. It is a mind set that we think of the happiness and rights of others first. When we seek first to understand, then to be understood, we take the time and concentration to truly listen to others. Listen before you talk. When we pray, we need to listen for the voice of God. Jesus listened and was sensitive to the plight of others. Jesus showed and modeled compassion for us. Jesus sought first to understand, then to be understood. Just as Jesus sacrificed his life for us on the cross to give us everlasting life, our veterans have sacrificed their life to give us the freedoms that we enjoy.
To all of our veterans and active military service people: For your bravery, hard work, and dedication to our country, and with respect, honor, and gratitude, we thank you. God Bless You!
Mrs. Patricia A. Foltz, Principal