SCRIP Sales Every Thursday @ 3:00

SCRIP is on sale every Thursday from 3:00-3:30 p.m. in the school office. There is a large inventory of gift cards in stock for sale.  If you are needing to purchase a gift, going to a restaurant, or grocery shopping, we have them here for you to buy.  You buy the card at face value and St. Agnes gets a percentage of the sale. There are some great incentives listed below.

SCRIP is preloaded gift cards from local and national retailers sold at a reduced cost to St. Agnes. Families purchase and redeem the gift cards at face value.  St. Agnes receives the discounted difference of the card.  The retailers give different percentages…the higher the percentage, the more money the school makes!


  1. SCRIP will be sold the first Sunday of the month after all masses.
  2. SCRIP will be sold every Thursday, while school is in session, at 3pm inside the school office vestibule.
  3. Orders may be submitted with payment to the school office or rectory.
  4. Online orders can be made at reference St. Agnes code 8EF6E7EE893.  Prestopay account must be set up.
  5. eCards/mobile cards can be purchased at using Prestopay.

Payments can be made by cash or check (or prestopay account online).

During the calendar year of August 1, 2015 through July 31, 2016, if your family helps St. Agnes earn $50.00 of SCRIP money, you will be mailed a check for $25.00.  The more you use SCRIP the more money your earn back as a family.  Last year, a family earned almost $200.00 back!

SEPTEMBER will kick-off our classroom contest. The classroom with the highest SCRIP participation will earn a pizza party!  (The contest is not measured by dollar amount sold.)

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Lunch Bunch

This sign up is for parent volunteers to assist with lunch from 10:45-12:00 each day that lunch is served. Duties include assisting young students in making positive lunch choices from the Garden Bar, checking out students in the lunch line for payment and assisting teachers with student requests during the lunch period.

Two parents are needed each day, so please sign up to volunteer!

PLEASE NOTE: All weeks are listed and days that we do NOT have school are still on there. Please disregard those days and refer to the school calendar.

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PTO Calendar of Events



14 – PTO Sports Exchange Drop Off (Gym)

17 – PTO Volunteer Fair and Sports Exchange (Gym), Ice Cream Social (Front Lawn) 6-730 p.m.

19 – PTO Coffee and Donuts for Parents (Front Lawn)


9 – PTO Meeting, 7 p.m., Daycare Provided (Cafeteria)

17- PTO Fundraiser Night at Mission Panera (Take Flyer*) and Mission Pet Mart (10%)

21-25- PTO Scholastic Book Fair (Alley) (Tentative Dates)

23 – PTO Teacher Luncheon (K and 1st Grades)

27 – PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (8th Grade)


8- PTO Restaurant Night at Cupini’s (10% to STA)

14 – PTO Meeting & Guest Speaker about Internet/Social Media Safety for Parents, 7 p.m.,

Daycare Provided (Cafeteria)

24 – PTO Trunk or Treat (Parking Lot)

25 – PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (7th Grade)

29- PTO Teacher Dinner during Conferences (2nd and 3rd Grades)


5- PTO Restaurant Night at Culver’s in Mission (10% to STA)

11 – PTO Veterans Day Assembly (TBD)

12 – PTO Meeting, 8:15 a.m. (Library)

22 – PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (6th Grade)

24 – PTO Grandparents’ Day Reception (Cafeteria)


1-11- PTO Teacher Christmas Fund Collection Time

9 – PTO Meeting & Guest Speaker/Advent and how to celebrate the season at home with your

family. Parent social time at conclusion of presentation, 7 p.m. (Cafeteria)

9- PTO Teacher Cookie Exchange (all grades participate)

10- Cookies with Santa/Open House – Need Parent Volunteers – Contact Mrs. Sullivan (TBD)

27 – PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (5th Grade)


24 – PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (4th Grade)

27- Catholic Schools Week Parent Mass Contact Mrs. Sullivan to Volunteer (Church)

28 – PTO Teacher Appreciation Luncheon for Catholic Schools Week Catered by Cupinis

(6th, 7th and 8th Grades)


11 – PTO Meeting & Guest Speaker/Lent and Families, 8:15 a.m. (Library)

25- PTO Restaurant Night at Papa Murphy’s (25% to STA)

28 – PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (3rd Grade)



27 – PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (2nd Grade)


5- PTO Restaurant Night at Culver’s in Mission (10% to STA)

7- Celebration of Learning/Art Show (Gym and School)

7- PTO Teacher Lunch (4th and 5th Grades)

9 – PTO First Communion Reception (Parish Center)

14 – PTO Meeting & Guest Speaker/Theology of the Body, 8:15 a.m. (Library)

24 – PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (1st Grade)

29 – Rams Reaching Out Day


4 – PTO Meeting, 7 p.m., Daycare Provided (Cafeteria)

19- PTO Graduation Reception (Parish Center)

22 – PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (Kindergarten)

25 – PTO Coffee and Donuts for Parents (Front Lawn)


26- PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (Class TBD)


24- PTO Coffee and Donuts after Masses (Parish Center) (Class TBD)


PTO Confirmation Reception (Parish Center)

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Room Parent Q & A

So, you’re thinking about being a Room Parent? 

Q: What does the term “Room Parent” really mean? 

A: In a nutshell, you, as Room Parent, are the liaison between the teacher and the parents. You will be asked to coordinate parties and activities throughout the year, according to what the teacher’s plans are.

Q: Isn’t that a lot of work for one person? 

A: Not if you know how to delegate! You will receive a list of parents with e-mails, that you will keep confidential, so that everyone has a chance to participate in the class activities. Your job is to match the right parent to the right task, just by asking them what they are willing to do! If you know a parent who’s child is also in the class, ask them to work with you as a Co-Room Parent. This is a great way to share the responsibilities and make lasting friendships!

Q: How do I know what to ask for? 

A: You will work closely with the teacher and PTO to find out what the needs will be for the year and what his/her expectations are. Together, you can make a sign-up sheet for parents to see at Back To School Night. The parents will let you know what they are comfortable with by signing up for the activity that suits their talents or abilities.

Q: What information do I need from the parents? 

A: A useful tool in dealing with many parents is to find out what the best form of communication will be with each one. Personal contact is always best, but some parents find the benefit of email easier than trying to call many parents in a short amount of time. In this packet you will find a questionnaire that you can use to find out the best way to contact your group. Another important piece of information is learning of any food allergies in the classroom. Find out now before any events involving food have taken place!

Q: Are there other things I might be responsible for? 

A: Yes, in the grand scheme of things, there are other things that the PTO may ask of you. Because you are the connection to the teacher and the students, you may be asked to help us out with some of the events that we hold during the course of the year. We usually need help with the Teacher/Staff Luncheons, the Christmas and Valentine’s Party. Each Room Parent will be given $30 for the Christmas party and $30 for the Valentine’s party.

Q: What are the benefits of being a Room Parent? 

A: Almost too numerous to mention! You will get to know your child in a different light, and see young minds grow throughout the year. A very important reward is having the chance to help one of the few people who work harder than you do – your child’s teacher!

Please reach out to Stacey Stillwell, or 816-398-0494 to sign-up! Thank you!

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